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Posted in: Japan to start vaccinations for elderly on April 12 See in context

April?! Don't rush or anything...

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Posted in: Top Chinese official outlines plan to ensure 'patriots' run Hong Kong See in context

Never going to China, ever....

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Posted in: Osaka, Kyoto, Hyogo ask gov't to lift state of emergency early See in context

I don't know about you, but I'll continue to make my own decisions regarding when it's safe enough to resume normal life.

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Posted in: Japan petitions to add 40 traditional folk dances to UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage list See in context

What's next? Fax machines and hanko?

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Posted in: NASA rover lands on Mars to look for signs of ancient life See in context

I watched it live this morning with my kid. What a thrill!

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Posted in: Kono says supply will determine vaccination progress See in context

"Supply will determine vaccination progress"...Wow Kono, that's some deep thinking you've done there.

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Posted in: Health ministry panel greenlights 1st COVID vaccine See in context

My doctor literally laughed about the vaccine. Time to find a new doctor.

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Posted in: Japan to set guidelines for flying car tests by March 2022 See in context

While it sounds cool, it's only going to be accessible by the wealthy.

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Posted in: Gov't to review next week early lifting of state of emergency See in context

Are you kidding me? Well, I'll just continue trusting my own judgement. J-gov lacks any kind of credibility.

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Posted in: Ex-captain of U.S. sub apologizes for Ehime Maru collision on 20th anniversary See in context

I was still back home in Hawaii when this happened. What a surreal scene and somber time it was.

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Posted in: Australia urges calm over AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine after S Africa suspends use See in context

Still taking it, if I can, because it's effective for the other strains. Makes sense right? Better than nothing.

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Posted in: Girl sues Tokyo high school that made her drop out for breaking no-dating rule See in context

Growing up in Japan must be so fun.

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Posted in: Suga asks people to hold on a little longer as he extends state of emergency See in context

I don't see many people holding on. Looks like life as normal where I'm at.

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Posted in: Japan to clarify copyright rules to prevent cosplay violations See in context

Because this is what's important right now. Am I right?

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Posted in: Japan's probe into alleged Olympic bid bribery flawed: French court See in context

That's the Japanese system for you. Rife with corruption and dubious connections. Then again, sigh..., what country's government isn't?

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Posted in: China's big holiday travel season light so far See in context

Don't come to Japan. Not wanted.

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Posted in: Biden tells Suga U.S. committed to defending Japan See in context

The question is, would Japan help defend the US? I doubt it. I don't believe the Japanese are really our allies in anything.

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Posted in: Virus vaccination drill conducted in Kawasaki See in context

What a joke. Come on Japan, do something for real already. Any respect for this country I once had simply cannot be regained.

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Posted in: Japan likely to extend COVID-19 state of emergency See in context

SOE is useless in Japan unless people stop living like everything is normal and the government grows a pair. It's business as usual where I live (an SOE prefecture) still with crowded malls, restaurants, and public transportation. The Japanese are completely ignorant of the virus from what I've been seeing.

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Posted in: Florida offers to host Olympics if Tokyo backs out: state official See in context

I'd much rather watch the Olympics if they were held in Florida. The scenery there is way more beautiful than drab gray Tokyo.

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Posted in: Coronavirus vaccination simulation to be held on Wednesday See in context

A simulation?! We are saved folks!

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Posted in: Japan to start random PCR testing to ascertain extent of infections See in context

"As early as March"

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Posted in: Japan eyes use of robots to boost COVID-19 testing See in context

Just test how other first world countries are testing already. Enough with this fooling around. Japan, your robot technology, which isn't all that, isn't going to save you from anything.

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Posted in: Hiroshima to conduct PCR tests for 800,000 to battle COVID-19 See in context

@Yubaru, You really have no idea why testing is important? Really?

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Posted in: Kono calls U.S. Capitol riot shocking; yearns for 'good old days' See in context

Oh Mr. about worrying about your own corrupt government?

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Posted in: Japan's 2nd state of emergency met with public indifference See in context

Proof that Japanese think they are somehow immune.

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Posted in: Suga announces new measures to stem virus surge, including penalties, review of medical system See in context

Iʻm tired of hearing that Japan has fewer infections compared to other countries. We all know why that is of course. First world facade...

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Posted in: Chinese city tests millions amid fresh virusoutbreak See in context

At least they test...

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Posted in: Japanese approval of Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine unlikely until May See in context

I wish I never came to Japan. Everything, no matter how urgently needed, takes ages to do. No wonder Japan keeps falling behind the rest of the world. If the UK, USA, and other first world countries can approve it without delay, why can't Japan? Even China and Russia have approved a vaccine, however dubious the quality and safety.

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