Alexandre T. Ishii comments

Posted in: Texas governor tests positive for COVID-19 See in context

I just don't like this pandemic to be used as political way, republicans were proud themselves on Texas and Florida with great success to battle the virus, but these kind of slogans proved misleading while the governor suffers the consequence of being positive.

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Posted in: Taliban promise women's rights, security under Islamic rule See in context

I hate all the extremists and no exception of those Taliban. One think should be clear, "If you are in Rome behave as a Roman", they have their lifestyle and it's not fair westernized medias showing bad images of Islamic people. I can see in Japan some women don't like westernized lifestyle and I perceive the beauty of that attitude.

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Posted in: Rain continues to lash parts of Japan; 2 people missing See in context

I only want to see the sunny day, living in Kyushu everybody on that mood.

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Posted in: To what extent do you think the Tokyo Olympics are responsible for the spike in coronavirus cases across the nation over the past month? See in context

This pandemic has no certainty to confirm the real reason at this moment. Time will tell and God knows.

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Posted in: Is drinking good for you in any way? If not, why is alcohol legal for adults? See in context

All addicted substances won't disappear easily because it's from medical and chemical stuffs. Alcohol and drugs will exist to save us in those fields. Ban selling them as drink products? Many young guys drink less liquors. Well, only when we live as robots, new generations have that tendency.

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Posted in: S Korean court dismisses wartime labor suit against M'bishi Materials See in context

And that Abe gave an enormous recompense to SK government, and where did it go? Not disclosed how it was used there. Well, politician just do it for good image and it's from our taxes, isn't it?

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Posted in: Scorcher See in context

"Cool business" style will have any other changes, beach suit and sandals?

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Posted in: Outdoor drinking party in athletes village being investigated See in context

I'd rather understand why is this epidemic Covid-19 spreading faster and wider in this Olympic Games, only to investigate the real situation and let people know if this increasing cases are from this Olympiad or something abnormal happening in all Japan.

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Posted in: Interpreters make sure nothing gets lost in translation at Olympics See in context

Most difficult languages seem to be dialects and slang, if you go to Brasil you see more variety of slang than Portugal and much more than USA where Brasil also use some of them, another expressions not easy to understand are the nerds and the internet chat communication and # for me I just ignore.

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Posted in: Players, coaches criticize IOC for dropping softball for 2024 See in context

When the Olympiad going to Australia softball will come back, stay alive until there!!

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Posted in: Fires rage in several states as heat wave scorches U.S. West See in context

What changed in environmental phenomena in this half century, bigger hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, earth heat, epidemic virus and so on... All are from our "humanitarian" activities to harm our mother Earth nature. Most savage animals and plants know those tragedies but we don't understand their language.

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Posted in: 89-year-old man arrested for attempted murder of son’s girlfriend See in context

”I had no intention to kill” is the basic announcement advised from the attorney, even if killed. I know that.

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Posted in: Japan to lift state of emergency one month before Olympics See in context

Corona-infected persons in Okinawa Prefecture need to be tracked the infection. Without thorough tracking, it is not possible to know whether it is due to the U.S. military or from of nationwide travelers visiting there.

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Posted in: IOC still ironing out medical needs for teams at Tokyo Games See in context

This title: "IOC still ironing out medical needs for teams at Tokyo Games". If it's true, ironically wrong the IOC system not contributing to the cost of medical needs.

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Posted in: Are Japan and the IOC past the point of no return for canceling the Tokyo Olympics? See in context

No, because it's not only for Japan, that's a world event. Economically Japan has big damages, doing or cancelling will be the same. Just broadcasting right will be to IOC and JPN-Tokyo and JOC. That's kick-ass money!

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Posted in: Woman arrested over murder of 83-year-old husband See in context

Not of an overdose of drug this time.

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Posted in: S Korean fishermen sue Japanese gov't over Fukushima water See in context

I want to say South Korean people don't throw trash in the sea coming to the coast of northern Kyushu where I leave. I don't think it's from N. Korea same character letters.

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Posted in: Petition to cancel Tokyo Olympics submitted to Koike See in context

I don't think it will be cancelled bc it's not only Japan or Tokyo event, it's IOC world's event, but I think it's a good action. The government calculated Coronavirus be decreasing and waited too long for the vaccination program. Now it is Covid-19 vs Vaccine the judgement.

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Posted in: Prefectural governors seek COVID financial aid for businesses See in context

Fukuoka city where I live is kinda village people, most of the contagious people are from outside my city, abroad my city or aliens from my city. And where's the vaccine, anyway?

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Posted in: Pooping at supermarket checkout lands Kitakyushu man ¥300,000 fine See in context

Well, it'a crap.

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Posted in: Abe says sorry over political funding case See in context

Most of Japanese people are honest on commitments and feel shame when it's wrong. He has vowed many times when he was prime minister that it wasn't violation to Japan's strict political funding laws. Abe's secretary will go to prison and he is unharmed again. How long Japanese people will find honesty and fairness while a leader of country like him still showing that posture? Who believed on him still feels he is a standard of a leader? Well, fraudulent guys will still going on then.

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Posted in: Prosecutors decide not to indict Abe over dinner party spending See in context

Just the feeling that remain on me it's the shame of many of his scandals and nothing more to say he never admits his fault +Japanese law accepts what he is saying there aren't evidences or proof on him, just to kindergarten children to believe he didn't know this scandal, only disappointment remains.

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Posted in: UNESCO to list Japan architectural techniques as intangible heritage See in context

I'm against UNESCO heritage or Michelin for restaurants. There are so many rules or kind of decrees the venue has to spend much more than necessary and to compensate it will take long time, by years or decades. UNESCO has the European grounded standard that it must changed to world standard which means Asian architectural craftsmanship is much remote than European ones. UNESCO to change the traditional or cultural structure I don't agree.

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Posted in: Japan to urge Biden to focus on Indo-Pacific as well as U.S. issues See in context

Biden is too old to do all those things as USA world organizing duty but he can assemble a team to take part the international affairs or someone will replace him and surely not to play golf at those moments.

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Posted in: Crown prince proclaimed 1st in line to throne See in context

I’m tired of a prince to be emperor and all those traditional way that women can't bear all of the ceremonies and other diplomatic duties. All of because it was made for man. I really want to see an empress of Japan, I feel much a "man" to respect an Empress and devote my life to her than an emperor.

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Posted in: Trump claims election being 'stolen' from him See in context

All of that good luck seemed miracle to win Hillary in 2016 and this time thinking the opposition doing the dirty ways, very careful action and unfairly dirty mind...Be proud and just think you did some good things to USA, too, Mr. Trump. Seriously, you claim election being 'stolen' is a shame, be honored to be president and retired as a brave man, dude!

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Posted in: Tales of WWII-era Japanese ghosts persist in Philippines See in context

Our brain is working to something happen and next the scary experience just want to not happen again, it means that our imagination goes beyond dreams /nightmares or even cruel+sad facts of real life. Much more you feel it, much more the imagination becomes true, but to know that's only you.

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Posted in: Suga, Abe attend memorial for father of N Korea abductee Megumi Yokota See in context

All of those abductees events to this one of memorial are certainly North Korea regime caught them to use their documents and to teach Japanese language for spies, very sneaky ways that country did is still really a detestable regime. At the same time, Japan diplomacy is the wrongest one in Abe government, no diplomat did something right to take them back, when could be money, could be to release some sanctions or what else to work up much smoothly. But they were only part of the bureaucratic Japanese system, even now useless in any international actions. That's really shame to come to this sad result.

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Posted in: Japanese researchers show masks do block coronavirus, but not entirely See in context

The title isn't really appropriated to this column, no need to mention everybody knows about it. Mask to mask can block x2 and better to every people wear mask, I don't want to see a selfish face of "I don't care" and others will think "it served you" when he is infected.

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