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Peter14, America is the only power that deter anyone,whether it real or not, because it has not deterred the Houthis and the US are in talks with them

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You are of course right and I stand corrected. They don't state it as text in their press release nor in their website, but there it is, front and center. Yikes.

Posted in: Pizza Hut Japan creates Japanese plum pizza, calls it a 'Japanese Margherita' See in context

Get mutual understanding and cooperation without the dirty intervention of the circUS..

Posted in: Kishida arrives in Seoul for summit with S Korea, China leaders See in context

Kinda feel sorry for the general Japanese population as most don't own a gun or even know how to use one.

No sorry for Japan being a modern, safe, civilized and FREE of guns society..

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ning1983Today 02:05 am JST

Utter nonsense as the US isn't going to dictate a resource sharing agreement over the Senkakus or decide what gets built there.

President Biden said in 2016:It was the United States that wrote the Japanese Constitution.

That's great but bears no relation to historical reality.

Posted in: Kishida arrives in Seoul for summit with S Korea, China leaders See in context

No they don't, nowhere.

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Posted in: Pizza Hut Japan creates Japanese plum pizza, calls it a 'Japanese Margherita' See in context

Utter nonsense as the US isn't going to dictate a resource sharing agreement over the Senkakus or decide what gets built there.

President Biden said in 2016:It was the United States that wrote the Japanese Constitution.

Posted in: Kishida arrives in Seoul for summit with S Korea, China leaders See in context

ning1983May 26 10:12 pm JST

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.

Utter nonsense as the US isn't going to dictate a resource sharing agreement over the Senkakus or decide what gets built there.

Posted in: Kishida arrives in Seoul for summit with S Korea, China leaders See in context

Stop the Panic, No one is going invade Japan, Never happened, never will.

Tell it to Ukraine

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wallaceMay 26 07:49 pm JST

Stop the Panic, No one is going invade Japan, Never happened, never will.

The US invaded.

The nicest invasion in history where they have a clear contract where they can be asked to leave and pay for the majority of their upkeep.

Posted in: Ground Self Defense Force conducts annual live fire drill See in context

Sam WattersMay 26 08:23 pm JST

illegal aliens who crash the border, commit crimes, demand extra resources in exchange for protests and violence.

You got sources that this happens at any sort of scale?

Posted in: A century ago, anti-immigrant backlash almost closed America’s doors See in context

Pizza is not a science project. As set down by the rules written in Bulgaria, seconded by the Lower House in Britain, written into law in France and implemented in Rome, there are restrictions to the making of pizza. Coincidentally, an index added by the ratified index by the governing body in Greece, there is a list of ingredients forbidden for pizza. Page 8 specifically lists "Plums, pickled, Japan".

This isn't pizza. It's against European law. It's a pizza that should never be eaten.

Posted in: Pizza Hut Japan creates Japanese plum pizza, calls it a 'Japanese Margherita' See in context

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

Posted in: Fujitsu and Mizuho leverage AI to track trends in humpback whale migration and promote sustainable tourism for Hachijo island See in context

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.

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

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

Posted in: 15-year-old girl dies after falling from walkway at mall in Aichi Prefecture See in context

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.

Posted in: Man stabbed in pachinko parlor parking lot in Tokushima 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.

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

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/

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

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.

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

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.

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

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

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

What a useless, meaningless comment.

Posted in: Dodgers manager says Ohtani has been slowed by hamstring bruise See in context

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

Posted in: 15-year-old girl dies after falling from walkway at mall in Aichi Prefecture See in context

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.

Posted in: Kishida arrives in Seoul for summit with S Korea, China leaders See in context

Japan already has good labour laws. Just needs to enforce them. Once again needlessly complcating thing.

Posted in: Japan to require firms to expand support for employees with kids See in context

Maybe staying out of the heat would help too.

"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."

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

"The new system was created as annual deaths from heat stroke have exceeded 1,000 in recent years in Japan. The nation's average temperature in the summer of 2023 was the highest since the Japan Meteorological Agency began recording comparable data in 1898."

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

Was it an accident or another teenage suicide?

Posted in: 15-year-old girl dies after falling from walkway at mall in Aichi Prefecture See in context

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