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Posted in: Japan to invest $42 bil in India to strengthen economic ties See in context

You could invest $1 trillion in India and yet nothing would change. The roads would still remain broken and the infrastructure still unchanged. Also the high speed rail was the most absurd waste of taxpayers money. India has a shoddy safety record in normal trains, no way in hell would I go in a high speed train.

Before anyone says I'm racist, I'm Indian myself.

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Posted in: IOC slams Russia for breach of Olympic truce See in context

Everyone should watch the movie Icarus where they show at the end that despite mounting evidence of doping by Russia, this man who is calling for peace let Russia enter the Olympics. This is just another farce by Bach.

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Posted in: Metal bottle falls from U.S. Marine Osprey onto residence in Okinawa See in context

@RegBilk

Thankfully, it wasn't a Chinese or North Korean missile that landed in front of the guy's door.

It would make sense if you stopped your sentence right here.

That is something that doesn't need to be worried about.

I think you meant to say this instead of that. Also you wouldn't be saying that if that bottle fell in your property whilst your kids are playing outside. It's metal and from that height can weigh a lot.

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Posted in: Name of former Princess Mako's husband not on New York bar exam pass list See in context

So basically its unsure if he passed the test or not but apparently JT is certain his name isn't in it.

Also, leave these people alone. Whether he passed or not is their business.

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Posted in: K-pop stars BTS dip into global diplomacy at U.N. gathering See in context

Does BTS themselves follow what they just said? Don't think so. Is it a publicity stunt? Well they shot a music video so definitely ya. But even if its hypocritical for them to preach all that, their fans follow what they say. Better than the Paul brothers who teach their fanbase to be a nuisance to society.

Also if some countries who have no right to sit at the UN can participate, so can BTS.

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Posted in: Kono announces bid to become next prime minister See in context

I've heard of the saying 'jumping from the frying pan into the fire' but what comes after that? Because this person is exactly that.

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Posted in: Suga to resign; says he couldn't run for reelection and handle virus response See in context

Well he obviously knew he would get thrashed in the election so he is quitting a.k.a running away just like Abe.

Whether it be Kishida or anyone else, as long as they are from the LDP, I doubt anything will change but let's hope Kishida fulfills his promise of helping businesses.

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Posted in: Japan's top COVID-19 adviser criticizes Bach's revisit to Tokyo See in context

Very simple Omi-san. That man lacks any common sense when money is involved.

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Posted in: Bach says anti-virus rules working ahead of Tokyo Olympics See in context

If this was a meme, it would be the one where the dog is sitting inside a burning house and says "This is fine".

Basically it doesn't matter to this man if the whole country burns as long as he lines his pockets.

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Posted in: Food poisoning hits 3,453 teachers, students in Saitama schools See in context

I teach in Yashio and ya had a little diarrhea and was very confused when the teacher asked me how my stomach was the next day. I was like Wtf how does she know.

Sadly many students were badly affected and missed a day or two due to this.

Oh and we got a report stating not to use the word food poisoning. I mean everyone knows its food poisoning so why hide?

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