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Posted in: Brian May: Knighthood comes with 'a little bit more clout' See in context

Gaijinland wrote, “So what if it’s a relic from the British Empire? So is their royal family!”

A really ignorant comment. The British empire was a disgrace, and it still hasn’t been fairly settled to this date.

It matters enormously. Anyone fool enough to accept these things are truly ignorant of the past and doing nothing to build a better future concerning this issue.

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Posted in: Another woman files sex abuse lawsuit against Cosby, NBC See in context

Great comment Bob Fosse. I’m so happy you spoke out against ignorance.

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Posted in: Japan births at new low as population shrinks and ages See in context

Great news. There are far too many people in the world. A massive fall in population is needed not just in Japan, but everywhere. It would go a long way in helping to preserve our precious planet.

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Posted in: Buying a home in Japan: What you should consider See in context

What you should consider is NOT buying any accommodation anywhere in Japan. It would be a terrible investment. Property hasn’t gone up in value for many, many decades since the bubble burst in 1989/90, and the Japanese economy is in a puff flimsy state.

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Posted in: Biden says U.S. will act decisively if Russia invades Ukraine See in context

By “decisively” does he mean war? America is great at starting a war and poor at stopping them. All war will achieve is tens of thousands of deaths, perhaps hundreds of thousands or in the millions if a few nuclear bombs are thrown in for good measure. In the end people will needlessly die and then peace will be brokered. So, cut out the war bit and start negotiating peacefully right now. War is over if you want.

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Posted in: Japan's population down by record number to 126.65 mil See in context

Good news More, please. Japan is stupidly overpopulated.

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Posted in: TV viewership for Tokyo Olympics opening ceremony 56.4% in Japan See in context

I’ve boycotted this super spreading event that puts money over people’s lives. It is ludicrous that it went ahead. And it’s going to cost us dearly in increased taxation and extra covid deaths.

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Posted in: COVID state of emergency likely for Tokyo Olympics See in context

Suga is not going to do everything he can. He’s not listening to the doctors or the vast majority in Japan. He’s not going to cancel this super-spreading Olympic Games event. Lives will be lost because the Olympics are deemed more important than the subsequent loss of life.

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Posted in: Bezos leaves enduring legacy as he steps away as Amazon CEO See in context

He has resided over a company that is leading to high-streets all over the world becoming ghost towns. Workers have to do mind numbing tasks for minimum recompense and they have to undergo unreasonable checks with their every move watched. To top that off, in the climate emergency we are all facing, he's off to space on a joy ride. And if all that wasn't enough, it is apparently OK that has more wealth than the average American store worker at an Amazon depot could make in about 14,000 years of slog. This apparently is lauded and the best humanity can do! Total rubbish, totally unjustifiable and totally unfair.

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Posted in: Japanese lawmakers earned average of ¥24.16 million last year See in context

Good grief! That’s a ton of money for a group that prove themselves so inept at governing.

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Posted in: Japan backs off on forecast of 30 gold medals at Tokyo Olympics See in context

Pity they just won’t back off holding these silly unwanted Games.

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Posted in: 2 children killed, 3 injured after being hit by truck driven by drunk man See in context

I feel so sorry for the parents. It’s impossible to ever fully recover from such a tragedy. My heart goes out to them.

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Posted in: From a great height: Tokyo sky decks offer fresh perspective See in context

Mt. Fuji is rarely visible because of the terrible air pollution in Tokyo. The only chance of seeing it is the day after a typhoon or other harsh storm. The climate emergency has increased those chances a little.

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Posted in: Koike to extend hospital rest for fatigue See in context

How nice she is afforded that luxury. Tons of her fellow citizens are forced to carry on come what may on the road to death from overwork, the true scale of which has been scandalously covered up.

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Posted in: Olympics may bring more risks than economic benefits for Japan See in context

Drinking alone when out or at home smacks of a drinking problem. The pandemic is a good time to go on the wagon. People act less responsibly with booze inside them, so if crowds are to be at Olympic super spreading events, then banning alcohol makes total sense.

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Posted in: Burger King serves up Tokyo Teriyaki Tower Super One Pound Beef Burger See in context

Ridiculous gimmick which encourages overeating.

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Posted in: Japan ratifies world's biggest free trade deal involving China, ASEAN See in context

Workers will get shafted by this agreement. Only the rich will get richer.

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Posted in: Japan's population falls to 126.22 mil in 2020; drops out of top 10 in world See in context

Great news. The world in general is way too over populated, but Japan takes overpopulation to the extreme. We could do with 90% less people on Earth. This would ensure the future of our precious planet.

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Posted in: Woman arrested for placing dead infant's body inside coin locker in Kamakura See in context

What drove this woman to do this? She needs psychiatric help.

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Posted in: Money, money, money: The cost of Tokyo's pandemic-delayed Olympics See in context

Main reason for these super-spreading silly Games? MONEY.

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Posted in: Harrison Ford injures shoulder on ‘Indiana Jones 5’ set See in context

I’m sure with his vast wealth treatment and putting his feet up are easily available options.

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Posted in: Hashimoto defends decision to allow spectators amid public frustration See in context

Laughable. Defending the indefensible.

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Posted in: Tokyo Governor Koike hospitalized due to fatigue See in context

Welcome to the club. The insane corporate work environment fatigues everyone in Japan with its ridiculously long hours and people being bullied into giving up 50% of their yearly paid holiday leave. At its worse, people perish because of overwork. It does not need to be that way.

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Posted in: Japanese sporting world welcomes having fans at Tokyo Olympics See in context

Will they also welcome the spread of the coronavirus due to these Games and the consequential increased loss of life?

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Posted in: Japanese gov't backs 4-day workweek, but experts split See in context

Work life balance in Japan is insane. Workers are forced into extremely long unproductive hours and are equally forced into taking very little paid leave. A four day flexible work week with no overtime and trebling guaranteed leave time will boost worker wellbeing and productivity. Research has also found that workers in a much better work life balance situation get sick less often, are a great deal happier and lead more fulfilling lives. Anyone against this idea is no expert, just a slave to the existing unjust and insane system.

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Posted in: Japan, Australia hold security talks to counter China's rising assertiveness See in context

Great. Have a meeting then suck your teeth. Then sit back and realize you can’t or won’t do anything. Too much business depends on China no matter their saber rattling or shocking human rights record.

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Posted in: Nikon to end camera body production in Japan by end of year See in context

Just lovely. The company was built on the backs of generations of loyal workers here. So they shut up shop to bleed more profits by cutting their costs in Thailand. Thanks Japan. We out of here, but buy our cameras still if you have a job.

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Posted in: Japan to extend quarantine for travelers from Britain to 6 days See in context

Why 6-days? In the UK, it’s 10-days.

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Posted in: Facebook suspends Trump for 2 years See in context

Why only two-years? I’m sure if I’d been as incendiary, they have sent me packing forever.

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Posted in: As unpredictable Games loom, Japan's sponsors struggle to adapt See in context

End the unpredictability by cancelling them.

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