asusa tabi comments

Posted in: Japan considers vaccinating all 70,000 Tokyo Games volunteers See in context

sure, take your time, consider away, we're not in hurry. seems japan's health authorities are just stupid, or have their hands tied and it's all only about politics and not about health. that's the only possible explanation for "considering" protection or not.

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Posted in: Hikaru Utada’s haunting new music video for 'Pink Blood' released See in context

Love Sheena Ringo and Hikaru Utada

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Posted in: Anti-Israel protest See in context

muslim terrorists covered the skies above tel-aviv and other cities with rockets aimed at the civilian population. seems the anti-israel protest does not agree with israel defending itself against terrorism.

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Posted in: In Tokyo, anarchy comes on two wheels See in context

this is such a great description of one of Japan's uniqueness! In Osaka it is typical in summer to see a beautiful young mother on her "mamachari", with her two kids, one in front and one behind her, holding an umbrella, happily talking on her cell phone cradled between neck and shoulder, and negotiating heavy traffic through busy avenues.

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Posted in: Health ministry panel to make decision on Moderna vaccine on May 20 See in context

This is a real fail for the Japanese authorities. They put all their money on the Olympics hoping the virus would go away. Had all that money and effort gone to vaccine development and testing, so many lives would have been saved. And still they prioritize showcasing the country's greatness with the Olympics, no matter what the cost to life saving.

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Posted in: Japan, U.S. plan to keep watch on Rakuten after Tencent investment See in context

greedy greedy. you want china money, but with it comes the china-gov full spying machinery. now you worry. funny

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Posted in: Fujifilm starts new late-phase trial of Avigan in Japan for COVID patients See in context

too little, too late

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Posted in: Officials dealing with COVID-19 working nearly 400 hours overtime a month See in context

very low productivity in burocratic environments, i.e. "officials". overtime mostly shows loyalty. i wonder what would happen if some of them decide to take a break and go to cancun.

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