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Posted in: Rattled by spectator's insult, Osaka loses at Indian Wells See in context

She is mentally weak. No wonder shes gone down the rankings. She is also way too entitled and spoiled. Just yesterday, the whole stadium booed messi and neymar but they didn't break down crying

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 9,468 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 50,030 See in context

At some point, we will all get infected. The most important thing is to get vaccinated to reduce risk of becoming critically ill. At some point, the government would have to decide when to gradually ease restrictions because covid is here to stay.

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Posted in: Beijing tests 2 million for COVID as Winter Olympics loom See in context

China needs to learn to live with Covid. Its not possible to have zero covid cases.

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Posted in: Doctor arrested for filming up girl’s skirt See in context

I am not surprised.

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Posted in: Number of pachinko parlors in Japan decreasing rapidly; down 12% in two years See in context

Wages have declined so this makes sense.

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Posted in: Japan to grant China, Saudi teams entry for World Cup qualifiers See in context

I do not think this is fair. Some people are waiting to get in for more than a year but a national team gets preferential treatment just for one game?

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Posted in: Japanese parents weigh pros, cons of having their children vaccinated See in context

I do not think that vaccinating kids is necessary.

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Posted in: Japan reports 1,268 new infections; 225 in Okinawa, 151 in Tokyo See in context

Is the media going to constantly report how many people get Covid each day? At some point, why not just focus on how many people have severe symptoms? All these daily numbers give an impression that we are in a never-ending crisis.

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Posted in: Japan starts year's 1st day of work amid Omicron fears See in context

Omicron's symptoms are less severe compared to delta's. Lets hope that we gradually get back to a normal life.

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Posted in: Do you think the world will be rid of COVID and all its variants this year? See in context

Covid will always be here just like the flu, or influenza. Whoever clicked yes does not understand what virology is.

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Posted in: 70-year-old man arrested for stalking 72-year-old woman See in context

People are very lonely here but it is not an excuse to stalk someone.

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Posted in: Travelers returning from New Year holidays crowd roads, airports See in context

The Omicron cases are just going to increase as long as people are tested. Watch the media fear monger with outrageous headlines

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Posted in: Remove your tattoos, Beijing tells Chinese soccer players See in context

This is why marxism is dangerous.

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Posted in: Woman in her 80s stabbed by man inside train station in Shimane Prefecture See in context

There needs to be an awareness for mental health. Many people are sick and need help. This perpetrator must also be mentally disturbed.

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Posted in: Australian rugby star fired by Japanese club after drugs arrest See in context

Who was responsible for vetting this guy? Whoever made the decision to hire this guy should also be fired because they are incompetent. He has been involved in several controversies. Its not the first time he has assaulted someone. He was charged by police for an alleged Indecent Assault at the Sutherland Shire nightclub.

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