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I wish it was strictly for whale watching tourism, but this being Japan, I am suspicious....

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lol tit.

What are you trying to say? Can you expand upon your thoughts?

ROFL!

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Bob Fosse

What a tit.

You were already put in your place:

lol tit.

Posted in: More than 10,000 people have reached UK in small boats since January See in context

Bob Fosse

What a tit.

You were already put in your place:

Read my 10:28am post, again.

What’s your point?

it seems you have no practical suggestions on how the British government can patrol 50,000 sq miles of the English Channel looking for tiny rubber boats carrying immigrant people, many of who are drowned in their attempts.

You're getting better--you acknowledge the UK government has a small area to patrol yet cannot successfully keep out illegal immigrants.

The UK needs to step up its game.

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Read my 10:28am post, again.

What’s your point?

That the UK wasn’t ‘kaput’ because Enoch got his knickers in a twist.

You’re nothing new

Posted in: More than 10,000 people have reached UK in small boats since January See in context

you have lost the argument and posting insults does not support them.

No, you lost long ago, and you are the one posting insults.

Let's go through some of your gems again though:

Old people were found dead in the Tokyo 23 wards even with their AC on.

Ok.... So what was the temperature in the rooms where the people were found dead? Would that be significant? Where were those people and what were they doing before they moved to the rooms where they were found dead? Would it be significant if they were first in a room with no a/c on, or were first outside in the heat, and then moved to the room where they were found dead?

What do you think?

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Ossan like Japanese are pure, coming from a country that was brought to it knees with Nukes

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zibala

you have lost the argument and posting insults does not support them.

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zibala

it seems you have no practical suggestions on how the British government can patrol 50,000 sq miles of the English Channel looking for tiny rubber boats carrying immigrant people, many of who are drowned in their attempts.

50,000 sq miles of any ocean is not a small area. How many ships do you think it would take? More than the entire current fleet of the Royal Navy.

The cost of such an operation would also be prohibitive just for 30,000 people crossing in a year.

The French need to do more to stop the boats. The British and the French need to do more to track down the human traffickers.

Your comments are just repeating or going around in circles just like the rubber boats lost in the English Channel.

There are no states in the UK.

There are four states in the UK. England. Wales. Scotland. Northern Ireland. Geography again.

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Just more "climate change," at least that's what they call arson in Canada.

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I think you must have a comprehension problem. Old people were found dead in the Tokyo 23 wards even with their AC on.

No B--you do. Your arguments are all over the place. Scattered thoughts.

You have no comeback? It doesn't matter if their a/c is on. If the temperature is too high inside with the a/c on then they are at risk. Do you understand?

Maybe stick to you finger painting?

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Another 15 year old "fell." Third year of junior high is far too stressful for many 15 year old children to handle.

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YubaruToday 06:15 pm JST

And pachinko has absolutely nothing to do with this crime

It is common knowledge, that the parking lot or back alley of a pachinko parlor is where a customer can trade their winning balls for cash so it may have been an argument over money and based on the write-up, it appears this is what happened.

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zibala

Old people die from heat stroke even when they are using their AC.

> Not if the temperature does not rise to the degree where they would get heatstroke in the first place.

> Maybe if they are outside in the heat first, and then come inside to use the a/c--but again, you are making bizarre arguments to try and support your initial false premise.

> Get out of the heat, or turn up the a/c/

I think you must have a comprehension problem. Old people were found dead in the Tokyo 23 wards even with their AC on.

Posted in: Heat waves can be deadly for older adults: An aging global population means millions at risk See in context

Can you read? 

Can you?

He told you 18 states are smaller than 50,000 sq miles.

We're talking about the UK, it being an island. There are no states in the UK. But if you are talking about the US, how many of those states are islands?

Hear that sizzle?

What new issue? You have no answers for the boat people. Period.

The new issue you repeated.

Again, the English Channel is a small area to patrol for the UK, as you agree.

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A nation that has allowed this for itself is kaput.

Read my 10:28am post, again.

What’s your point?

Posted in: More than 10,000 people have reached UK in small boats since January See in context

Old people die from heat stroke even when they are using their AC.

Not if the temperature does not rise to the degree where they would get heatstroke in the first place.

Maybe if they are outside in the heat first, and then come inside to use the a/c--but again, you are making bizarre arguments to try and support your initial false premise.

Get out of the heat, or turn up the a/c/

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zibala

the only crossing used for crossings by the boat people is the English Channel. How do you propose the British government protect it from the traffickers?

Ok, so you are moving to a new issue as you acknowledge it is a small area to control, right? Or are you moving to a new issue for another reason?

What new issue? You have no answers for the boat people. Period.

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zibala

"Some 80% of the 86 people who died of heatstroke in Tokyo's 23 wards in July 2023 were found indoors either without air conditioning installed or turned on."

So they're still in the heat.

Old people die from heat stroke even when they are using their AC.

Sounds like you are too.

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Ok, so you are moving to a new issue as you acknowledge it is a small area to control, right?

Can you read?

He told you 18 states are smaller than 50,000 sq miles.

Do you acknowledge that’s a ‘small area to control’? Please do.

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the only crossing used for crossings by the boat people is the English Channel. How do you propose the British government protect it from the traffickers?

Ok, so you are moving to a new issue as you acknowledge it is a small area to control, right? Or are you moving to a new issue for another reason?

Posted in: More than 10,000 people have reached UK in small boats since January See in context

"Some 80% of the 86 people who died of heatstroke in Tokyo's 23 wards in July 2023 were found indoors either without air conditioning installed or turned on."

So they're still in the heat.

Sounds like you are too.

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リッチ says

Mini kindergartens and daycare centers are now hiring foreigners for English programs. Are they going to be doing a background check on them as well? There could be perverted foreigners here as well.

How bout it? Thats the spirit isnt it. Book em all! the same. While yer at it, Are they going to be doing a let foreigners there vote as well as pay tax? There could be tax and pension foreigners who wanna buy a vote sometimes as well. Talk to me リッチ?

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Same reason as above: To maintain at least a pretense that it is not The State depriving rights from someone who has already served his sentence.

deprive?

Really you wanna lie down and not get up off that hill? Pedo hill??

State forces price up gas or cell phone contracts down and only sound you make is quiet. Now its "deprived" kid rape guy gets whats coming and you wanna scream in horns and blow whistles. Poor pedos...

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Manager Dave Roberts: "It is him just managing the hamstring."

What a useless, meaningless comment.

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3 mitsus 3rd at bat time already. Never miss a photoops for cheap votes. Keep that seat toasty a few more years and pass around the tax loot!

I am grateful and appreciative of the 5 thousand yen a month,

Readin this tells you all ya need to know. The single mom is Serious!

Meantime, cheap votes would cost a hell of a lot more than the very unserious 5000 yens. Cant even buy Cairo coffee or cairo forgery for 5000 yens these days…

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This photo (below) shows the elevated walkway above the entrance to AEON MALL Nagakute:

https://www.google.com/maps/place/AEON+MALL+Nagakute/@35.1731168,137.0492982,3a,60y,105.35h,100.38t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sW8wiuXbqT_E8R4YiWRSfQQ!2e0!6shttps:%2F%2Fstreetviewpixels-pa.googleapis.com%2Fv1%2Fthumbnail%3Fpanoid%3DW8wiuXbqT_E8R4YiWRSfQQ%26cb_client%3Dmaps_sv.share%26w%3D900%26h%3D600%26yaw%3D105.35029463193547%26pitch%3D-10.383614248106355%26thumbfov%3D90!7i16384!8i8192!4m14!1m7!3m6!1s0x600365d06f956e45:0x869a8ee3ae8fbaf2!2sAEON+MALL+Nagakute!8m2!3d35.1731256!4d137.0498917!16s%2Fg%2F11c2m_brqv!3m5!1s0x600365d06f956e45:0x869a8ee3ae8fbaf2!8m2!3d35.1731256!4d137.0498917!16s%2Fg%2F11c2m_brqv?coh=205410&entry=ttu

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I’m glad we cleared that up and that you’re not in favor of junking the justice system on account of ‘on the balance of probabilities’, being an insufficient safeguard when determining guilt, not only in the first instance but also the inevitable appeals process for capital crimes.

Posted in: Nagano police mark one year since two colleagues and two women were murdered See in context

In fact, China knows that this is a waste of time because it knows that without the permission of the United States, Japan and South Korea do not have the right to independently decide on any major matters. China knows that negotiations with the United States are far more important than attending such meetings. So sending Li Qiang to participate is purely perfunctory.

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