Albert comments

Posted in: Woman chips tooth eating McDonald's burger containing metal See in context

I guess most of you are from American where people can sue everyone for ridiculous money. Lol

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Posted in: Man arrested over fatal hit-and-run in Saitama Pref See in context

This is a standard excuse in Japan.

"I do not recall" "I do not remember" "I am stressed" "I wanted to kill someone"

Many people with mental issues and maybe Japan should accept mental issues.

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Posted in: Moderna says COVID vaccines sent to Japan contained stainless steel particles See in context

Stainless steel particles can come from a feeling system. A filling system can fill an x amount of Vails per minute. If the maintenance is not performed correctly or the filling system is pushed over the capacity then particles can be generated. This is indeed a serious matter and likely it will be investigated by PMDA (japanese FDA)

There should never been any kind of foreign matter inside a medicine. Even if it is not injected directly inside the bloodstream still the body will try to get this particle outside the body by the bloodstream.

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Posted in: Moderna says COVID vaccines sent to Japan contained stainless steel particles See in context

Filling the vails is a fully automated process.

Each filling system has a detection system based on light or laser to confirm the present of foreign objects and should be rejected through the reject exit.

What happened with the check?

Also samples of each batch depending on the size of the batch should be taken by QA for test. What happened with this check?

Also API's should be checked before processing to medicine.

So many flaws inside the process line.

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Posted in: Man arrested after urinating in drink bottle of woman coworker because 'he liked her' See in context

So many strange people.

If he liked her than try to make an approach and make a talk.

But urinating in her drinking bottle is a fetish or mental issue.

And again the well-known Japanese excuse "I don't recall".

How often is this used lol

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Posted in: Japanese man says 'I’m a Vietnamese' while pointing knife at convenience store worker to rob her See in context

Unemployed and gets still arrested than indeed he is an idiot.

But what is troubling is that he tries to point the finger to foreigners especially Vietnamese. If he was not arrested maybe people may think "again those foreigners".

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Posted in: Osaka man arrested for smearing poo on teen’s backpack See in context

This case stinks.

Another Japanese excuse "I was stressed"

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Posted in: Tens of thousands of children to be allowed to attend Paralympics See in context

@hooktrunk2

Where did your highschool son got the vaccination? I assume not in Japan.

My daughter 14 received the vaccination paper but will not get yet since she is under 20 years old. (Aichi)

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Posted in: Woman with COVID-19 loses baby after being forced to give birth prematurely at home See in context

Japanese medical service is outdated.

To many private hospitals.

Refusing patients in critical conditions should not be possible.

COVID19 is getting a term to use for excuses.

Japan has many catching up to do.

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Posted in: Half of Japan's population has received at least 1 dose of COVID-19 vaccine See in context

Had the first shot and second shot is in the beginning of September.

First shot was fine, just a sore arm. But second shot seems more awful but let's see.

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Posted in: Man in wheelchair dies after being hit by car driven by 80-year-old man See in context

Why is this excuse often used?

Can it be used to reduce prison time?

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Posted in: Japan extends virus emergency to Sept 12; weighs legal options to enforce restrictions See in context

Legal actions....

Isn't a little bit to late after 1.5 years.

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Posted in: Paralympian arrested for assaulting hotel security guard See in context

I'm so happy that most of you are no layers. The world would be a more awful place. What is it with deporting so easily. I guess all of you have a clean consciousness and have never done anything stupid when drunk, exited or what else.

Maybe you need to understand when someone can be deported.

If he indeed attack the security guard than just give a matching punishment, such as public service or penalty. And secondly the security guard may consider to join a self-defense training since he cannot defend himself or learn how to talk with drunk people.

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Posted in: Number of severe COVID patients in Japan hits record for 4th day in row See in context

Government before Obon holiday and even before Olympic games, "we have control and we can prevent increase of COVID cases".

The problem is there is no control in Japan. Lock down cannot be enforced and all they can do is asking please.

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Posted in: Nagoya mayor apologizes for biting athlete's gold medal See in context

And this news.

Everyone is doing stupid during COVID.

especially people going out and spread COVID. The current increase of cases is because of this.

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Posted in: Detained Sri Lankan 'treated like a dog,' says family after seeing video See in context

I haven't seen the video so i cannot say much about that.

Overstaying is of course never a good thing to do. But immigration should care about human rights and give medical access. Immigration center should be a place for leaving the country and not for death sentence.

But unfortunately Japan is not the only case that people die at immigration centers.

I hope this may change Japan system but i don't think they will.

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Posted in: 'South Park' creators sign latest streaming mega deal See in context

There are good moments but nowadays i like Rick and Morty more.

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Posted in: S Korea to start live streaming from disputed islands See in context

Just another provoking action.

Is there really nothing better to do and to use the money for people who actual need money.

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Posted in: 17-year-old boy suspected of kicking 6-year-old sister to death See in context

Single mothers. Not good for the children.

Especially boys.

Instead of trying to make it work, many modern women would rather leave or divorce. The majority of divorces over 78% are file by the modern women. The children always suffer the consequences of this bad decisions

I have no respect for you. First you don't know the situations they maybe involved.

DV is not worth trying to work on. Maybe you can stay with someone cheating or DV but i do encourage that women leave.

And secondly single mothers can raise their child no matter if she has a son or daughter.

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Posted in: Trump blasts 'leftist maniacs' in women's Olympic soccer team See in context

Trump couldn't even guarantee himself a second period and he still has some tax issues to be worried with. I congratulate trump for being a donkey.

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Posted in: 17-year-old boy suspected of kicking 6-year-old sister to death See in context

If the young man indeed kicked his sister to death than I do hope he get professional help for long time.

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Posted in: Japan starts giving COVID-19 shots to citizens temporarily returning See in context

Interesting.

So far most covid cases are cause by Japanese nationality who prefer walking, shopping and drinking in busy areas.

Foreigners are not the cause of the increase in cases but if it is free on arrival than it motivate to travel. But taking the risk due the Delta version I will skip travel this year.

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Posted in: Suga says no link between Olympics and virus surge See in context

Foreigners (including athletes) are a minority in Japan. Most infected by COVID are Japanese and still they are pointing the fingers to foreigners as one of the reasons. Meanwhile most Japanese want to go out and drink alcohol because they are stressed from this situation or family or from work. I don't care what Japanese do but stop pointing fingers. Japan is not more special than other countries.

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Posted in: Court upholds jail sentences for 2 Americans over Ghosn escape See in context

So will Ghosn help the Taylors?

I don't think so, he is free and laughing he could find two idiot who helped him. Anyway when is Ghosn publishing the documents stating he is innocent? He said he would do but so far only blablabla from him.

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Posted in: Crowds gather outside Tokyo stadium for Olympics opening ceremony See in context

Watching from TV would be better.

You can see the ceremony without being worried that you may have a glimp.

I don't see the point.

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Posted in: Amazon's mission: Getting a 'key' to your apartment building See in context

I use Amazon a lot for parts delivery at home but i would not feel comfortable to give the key of my house nor a system to open a door.

Often i ask unattended in a box. It is open and once closed it is locked. I'm fine with that and works well enough.

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Posted in: American father, son get prison terms for helping Ghosn escape See in context

I really don't feel sorry for them. They choice to help Ghosn. So now take the consequences and also this will impact there international holidays in the future since you need to write down if you have ever been imprisoned for longer than a year for most countries to enter.

Meanwhile Ghosn is laughing because he found two idiots wasting there life for his comfort.

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Posted in: Higher tolls, priority traffic lanes go into effect for Tokyo Olympics See in context

It may be a good consideration to have a fresh look to the Olympic games. Every time it is getting more and more commercialized and not about the games itself.

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Posted in: Foreign luxury cars see brisk sales in Japan See in context

I was planning to buy an European car since i have driven VW golf since i can remember. But not only the price of the car is more expensive due import, but also spare parts and maintenance. All is done electronically but replacing parts made me ask why?

I know i can go to a cheaper place but I prefer the original dealer.

So i went for a high end japanese maker.

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Posted in: Man slashes junior high school girl with knife in Hokkaido See in context

@Mark

10pm???

> Am I reading this wrong? was she walking alone at 10pm?

You are giving the girl the blame because she walked alone @10pm. There is no excuse for attacking someone.

On topic.

I wonde what his excuse will be.

" I wanted to kill someone, I felt stressed because of, I wanted to feel"

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