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Posted in: Tear-jerker Chinese film proves massive box-office success See in context

Vittoria, Valeria, Elaine?

Where's Chuck and Luciano and James and Peter?

Thank god the director wasn't ashamed of her name.

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Posted in: Trump hints he may run again in 2024, proposes new voting limits See in context

Trump hints he may run again in 2024

Please do! It'll be the kiss of death for the GOP. Also, more opportunities to see how spineless and hypocritical Flyin' Lyin' Ted Fled, Little Marco and Miss G are.

Come 2024, the fat guy will either still be in jail, an asylum or a nursing home with dementia. And if history repeats itself, Junior will be making fun of him when he has dementia, if he already hasn't got it.

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Posted in: Vaccination passport for traveling: What's your stance? See in context

I'll answer that when or if Japan offers me the vaccination.

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Posted in: Survey shows many seniors undecided about vaccination See in context


I am currently in Florida and I would like to get the vaccine but it is only offered here to persons over 65, healthcare professionals, or at risk persons with pre-existing conditions. It is free for such persons. Unfortunately the same people who voted for Trump seem to believe that the vaccine is some kind of conspiracy to control them. However if you look at countries such as Israel, it appears that the vaccine is highly effective at controlling the spread of the virus.

If you have a lot of money, you can ask Ron DeSantis.

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Posted in: 2 Americans who helped in Ghosn's escape to be turned over to Japan See in context

America sends two people to Japan for helping a framed person escape, while it sticks its middle finger to its ally, UK, by not sending back a woman who killed a boy by driving on the wrong side of the road.

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Posted in: 2 Americans who helped in Ghosn's escape to be turned over to Japan See in context


Shame on US for being such cowards. This is disgraceful. It’s highly doubtful that Japan would have done the same so easily for a Japanese citizen. I should recall the case of the three Japanese executives from Takata charged in US for the faulty airbags scandal which has cost the life of at least 26 people and has injured several hundred.

What happened? Were they shielded like Alberto 'Japanese' Fujimori?

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Posted in: Chill out underneath Tokyo Tower at the Naked Night Sauna event See in context

My god, the woman in the last photo looks obese compared to the guy!

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Posted in: Poor diet in pregnancy can lead to child obesity: study See in context

It's always a photo of Americans when they talk about obesity!

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Posted in: Rights groups target sponsors for Beijing Winter Games See in context

I remember when the fat guy supported China's treatment of the muslims. That is, until Xi said he didn't want to help the fat guy win the US election.

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Posted in: Survey shows many seniors undecided about vaccination See in context

Burning Bush:

You can always recover from a virus

500,000 Americans beg to differ.

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Posted in: Are bidet-type toilets a health hazard? See in context

I also have a portable bidet, a hand-held contraption which you fill with water. The jet's not that strong but it sprays water. As Cleo says, dry paper just won't do the job.

And as Captain Kirk says, I just don't like the Klingons.

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Posted in: Australia moves closer to pre-pandemic life See in context

90% of Australia’s population live in cities. 70% is uninhabitable desert. Your comment is quite daft and has no relevance.

Oh dear. Back to geography 101.

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Posted in: Prince Harry: British press were 'destroying my mental health' See in context

Not a fan of royalty, but it's a shame they were forced to leave. Who knows what was going on (I don't trust the Daily Mail for any reliable source of 'news'), but it's not Meghan's fault she was popular with the crowds. There just seems to be a lack of charisma with William and Kate. And what Charles and Andrew have done is A LOT WORSE than what Harry and Meghan have or haven't done.

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Posted in: Japanese drugstores MatsumotoKiyoshi and CocoKara agree to full merger See in context


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Posted in: Are bidet-type toilets a health hazard? See in context

I remember as a kid seeing an old fashioned bidet at a rich friend's home. I didn't know what to make of it, it was like a toilet but yet like a wash basin. Perhaps these would be less harsh on the @nus, although you would have to use your fingers. The jets from modern e-bidets can sometimes really make you jump!

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Posted in: U.S. implicates Saudi crown prince in journalist Khashoggi's killing See in context

But stops short. Yeah, money talks.

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Posted in: Lady Gaga's dogs recovered safely; no word on $500,000 reward See in context

Yeah I hope the dog-walker gets some of the money. He literally took a bullet for her doggies!

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Posted in: Tokyo high schools ask students to certify hair color not altered: NHK See in context

I remember one of my old colleagues telling me his sister came home crying because she was told to straighten her hair. My colleague (and presumably his sister) have very wavy hair and they are 100% wajin. He even has that Japanese nose. My eyes roll when I see so many people dye their hair, especially blonde, but there are many East Asians who do not have very dark hair or completely straight hair and they, along with biracial kids should be allowed to go au naturel. I'd like to see them try this crap with Osaka Naomi. Where are you, Naomi?

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Posted in: Texas blackout: How can electricity grids weather climate shocks? See in context

Cancun benefits from Texan blackouts!

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Posted in: Go To Travel campaign may partially resume after state of emergency lifted See in context

Absolutely no lessons were learnt from 2020.

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Posted in: About 1,000 Olympics volunteers have quit this month: organizers See in context

I hear Mori's available for volunteer duties.

Maybe he can serve tea for the female athletes.

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Posted in: New York prosecutors finally obtain Trump's tax records See in context

Lock him up!

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympic torch relay scheduled to begin in one month — without cheering See in context

When Japan sweeps every single medal at Tokyo 2021 the local politicians will lap it up.

At this rate they will sweep every medal because nobody else will be willing to come here.

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympic torch relay scheduled to begin in one month — without cheering See in context

crash test dummy:

Communist-like policies leaking into developed countries now.

If you're talking about Jpn, then communist-like policies have always existed. This has been the most successful communist country.

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Posted in: Brisbane already preparing for 2032 Olympics See in context

Tokyo 2036?

No! Mori and Ishihara will be dead by then.

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Posted in: 50 LDP lawmakers urge local members to oppose separate surnames See in context

separate surnames could result in the collapse of the social system.

Too right! Civilizations in places like Korea, China and western countries are crumbling because of the anarchy and chaos created by this fancy idea of letting people keep their own surnames after marriage

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Posted in: Biden aims to distribute masks to millions in 'equity' push See in context

And I bet they won't be as useless as Abenomasks. I still haven't opened my packet yet.

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Posted in: Ministry punishes 11 officials for ethics code violations involving Suga's son See in context



Dear lord. Looks like Junior lives in the seediest part of Kabikicho. Not the sort of image Papa PM wants to project. Yes, indeed, trying to give Biden-Trump Jrs a run for their money.

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Posted in: Early blossoms See in context

My crocuses haven't flowered yet. Perhaps they think spring has already gone!

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Posted in: Celebrity doctor arrested for alleged stimulant use See in context

I read the title and thought it could have been Dr Phil until I realized it was domestic news.

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