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What about all the people who “sold” their votes?

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Joe also has been so busy undoing the crap the Usurper Caligula did before him,

Caligula???? Dear lord…

he hasn't even had time to pose for a Presidential photo yet.

You need to be up to do that.

The VA that I go to has no POTUS picture hanging up. Don the Con isn't very well liked there,

Depends on which VA you’re talking about. In Florida where my sister lives his poster in everywhere in the VA office, just depends.

he thinks us vets are 'weak losers'.

No, he never did, just one particular veteran with whom he had a long riff with.

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Asking for temporary accommodations for diagnosed depression, or even just for extreme stress, is a healthy thing to do and should be encouraged. There are times we all might want to be given a break for a little while. It's been a rough year.

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Less taking the knee and more practice.

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Abe did the same. I can’t wait to spend my tax money on his 3 year “hotel” stay.

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@michael

I have been living in Japan for 20 years. I have not had a vaccine shot offer yet. Japanese nationals have been living in Japan since birth. Most of them have not had a vaccine shot. Are we safe?

Over 25 years now for me and same situation. My in laws over 80 and their first shot is in July. I have yet to meet a Japanese person who believes Suga is “not putting the Olympics ahead of the welfare of Japanese citizens”.

I still have respect for the people here however I have lost all respect for the Government.

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And for the people saying the SDF gate guards should have shot it, a NATO 5.56mm rifle would probably have taken about 10 shots to kill a bear, and even more with a 9mm pistol.

Like I said earlier .45 ACP did nothing but make that brown bear at NAS Kodiak angry and get two sailors killed for no reason. 30-30 might be enough for a black bear but brown bears are harder to take down. .375, .40 or .458 are necessary for a brown bear. Military organizations do not typically use rifles of those calibers.

Having said that rangers in the US routinely dart bears with tranquilizers and take them away from populated areas to be released. The bear was doing normal bear things. This particular one looked like a juvenile. No reason to kill it.

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I’ve been to three hospitals and one clinic in the last month. Clinic was very clean, one hospital was very clean, another cleanish, but the last one was absolutely disgusting.

not many cleaning staff. In a massive pandemic, quality will go down.

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This is terrible. How will John Coates, Thomas Bach, etc., enjoy their Dom Perignon and Chateau Lafite 1787?

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HK as it was, is over.

Anyone that thought the RotW was going to intervene was dreaming. The good guys only win in the movies.

If you can get out, do so. Otherwise protect yourselves as best you can. Martyr is a rubbish career.

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The issue here is that humans are social beings. 70% of our communication is nonverbal. Our face impressions are important.

Knowing the job is also important but most is learned on the job.

AI is still not flawless enough to justify a pass or not.

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stormcrow

I like Naomi Osaka, but it doesn't seem fair to the other players who don't want to talk to the media.

From the article: "The IOC has never obliged athletes to hold a press conference."

So... ?

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This mayhem has going on thruout Africa for a long time. When the Hutu power dictatorship started up the 1994 Rwanda Genocide and was ousted, those fascist scumbags fled to Zaire and started a chain reaction and domino effect of wars, atrocities, overthrows, human rights crises. The fall of Moammar Qaddfy, who never was a friend to anyone didn't help matters either. Somalia has been in a state of anarchy for 30 years. And now Ethiopia is waging its Tigray war.

Africa is a chaotic mess right now.

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Suspicious numbers.

apparently 42% will refuse the vaccines.

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Drink up, drink fast, drink alone

That is what alcoholics do!!!

not only that alcoholics has to drink every single day years on

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https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2021/apr/18/joe-biden-golf-course

no it’s just not a media obsession when Joe does it. Like most other things that Joe does that were “wrong” when orange guy did it.

I’ve never heard of this milestone. But the other one I have heard of, not met.

Not a single round of golf in 150 days.

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This was written by the WEF.

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Wise move.

Moving to the pathetic Mixed Clownish Arts??.. You're funny, hahahahahahahaaaa!!!..

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Suga was involved but again no mention of this by JT? ….

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32 hours without using a toilet is impossible for me.

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Notice the only replies offered by our Trump supporting brethren are weak, childish insults from the elementary schoolyard

Huh, what makes you think I am a Trump supporter?

Any objective observer can see that Pres. Biden isn’t the most mobile of 78 year olds, so to me it was ridiculous to suggest that he was virtuous for not having played a round of golf.

That doesn’t mean I am Trump supporter, indeed I was glad to see the “moderate” democrat Biden replace him.

He hasn’t been so moderate since election but ah well.

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@Herve and Reckless - this is how even the analysts participate in the deception of the public. Just yesterday I was reading a recent paperback about how Japan is becoming a "cheap" country compared to most of the world, and one chapter was about an analysis of records from point-of-sale terminals and whether the prices they record for specific products have risen or lowered. There was a graph showing the ratio of increases to decreases for each year, and it looked like neither side had the advantage, with almost as many increases as decreases every year.

What the author didn't even mention is that if less product is put in the same package, manufacturers can pull the trick of lowering the number on the price tag while actually charging much more: a 20% decrease in volume but with a 5% decrease in price is actually a huge price increase, but it looks cheaper in the system.

This deception has been pulled with so many products in the past decade or so. I don't think the analysts are stupid, but I do wonder if they have an agenda they are pushing; specifically, the BoJ's agenda.

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Finally someone decent and hardworking in Washington, not like the pathetic golfer clown,you know, Trumpyclown, the worst thing happened in US history..

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There is absolutely no evidence corona virus is seriously caused by alcohol.

So basically we have a few options. Work from home and get drunk. Start drinking at 11am. Meet friends after work in front of the combini for cans and fried chicken

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Are you paying attention to this, Japan?

Call

the

Games

off

NOW!!!

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Yeah, Trump's daily news briefings were like a clown show. His handlers finally had to pull the plug on him.

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I sometimes use Internet cafes if I miss the last train. You would not believe the level of weird Japanese males you see in them. "Socially retarded" doesn't come even close.

As if there were no weird pople in your country..

Cut the dorama.. lol..

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zichiToday  06:43 am JST

Not a single round of golf in 150 days.

Joe also has been so busy undoing the crap the Usurper Caligula did before him, he hasn't even had time to pose for a Presidential photo yet. The VA that I go to has no POTUS picture hanging up. Don the Con isn't very well liked there, he thinks us vets are 'weak losers'.

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