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Posted in: 740,000 Moderna doses scrapped due to expiration in 27 Japanese cities See in context

What a colossal waste…

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Posted in: Can pee help feed the world? See in context

The cost to re-develop the sewage networks will be prohibitive and then there is a carbon foot print to anything related to construction. It maybe easier and more acceptable to #treatnreuse the waste water. It will still maintain a lot of the nutrients that are needed by the plants. There are a lot of correlations between climate, GHG, water and food. Not really sensible to solve one problem to create 2 more.....

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Posted in: Musk warns Japan will cease to exist if birthrate continues decline See in context

This particular year could be tough because of Covid. I am amused Mr PolyMath has the time to have an opinion on so many things.

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Posted in: Smith apologizes to Rock; Academy to launch review See in context

Chris Rock needs more kudos for his composure. I do not believe there are too many people who would have handled it better.

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Posted in: 3 girls dead in Aichi; mother arrested See in context

I think they need to channel all those dollars that have been earmarked for negative population growth and support these young mothers and families. At 5,3 and 1 , the mum probably had no respite.

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Posted in: Airlines worldwide rush to change flights over U.S. 5G dispute See in context

Sometimes when you try to be faster, newer, better ... in a poly-centric world ...

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Posted in: Japan looks to expand COVID quasi-emergency to Tokyo, 10 other prefectures See in context

Evidently density has a high positive correlation with the spread. Time to live in a house with a Japanese tea garden.

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Posted in: Johnson says UK faces 'tidal wave' of Omicron cases See in context

The medical and pharma and political industry are all milking it for their own short term goals.

We all know the "right" things to do .. start getting healthier, dont do anything that harms the environment, and stop expecting governments to know everything.

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Posted in: Former Prime Minister Abe becomes YouTuber See in context

His timing on everything is brilliant ... He will outlive everyone

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Posted in: Shinsei Bank rejects SBI's tender offer; set for hostile takeover See in context

Having a bank with deposits and access to funding can even out the riskiest VC type bets ...

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Posted in: More than 1,000 Japanese firms, people named in 'Pandora Papers' See in context

Unfortunately foreigners get a bad rap in Japan, but actually its the locals who are amazing at evading taxes and handling cash.

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Posted in: Japanese chain CoCoIchi making inroads in curry's toughest market See in context

One shop, geared towards Japanese Expats ... and the article makes it sound like its the next Nasdaq listing...

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Posted in: Gov't policy to only hospitalize critical COVID patients draws flak See in context

As a suggestion, there are enough open spaces in school auditoriums and there is time to prepare oxygen facilities. Each ward should inform its residents to reach the covid center first and then let the field staff decide if they need more than oxygen.

If people start to panic then it will be worse...if they see a plan in place, they will participate.

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Posted in: What did Japanese curry taste like 150 years ago? This instant curry pack lets you find out See in context

Its a curry, that is all !!

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

I think he is the fall guy for this, only he doesnt know it... Excuse me while I have some ulcerative colitis pills....

And the leaders from the ROW ...please take notes !

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Posted in: Study: Vaccinated people can carry as much virus as others See in context

I think no one knows how to say it ... but pretty much everyone will have to go through this tunnel of love.

Leaders and bureaucrats know this and are helpless. They have to stretch the truth to get every one to vaccinate and then they also have to save face by singing variant songs when it does not seem to work.

Keep on Truckin...

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Posted in: Frenchman in Tokyo ends hunger strike over his 'abducted' children See in context

The frequency with which this happens should lead onto all non-Japanese partners asking for a standard pre-nup type agreement around sharing children. If this is an occurrence that effects a fixed percentage every year then why take a chance ...

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Posted in: Japan's jobless rate falls to 2.9% in June See in context

I think Japanese youngsters should try and apply for jobs overseas. Get out of the rat race to get some language and culture skills.

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Posted in: Forget kaiten-zushi, how about conveyor belt yakiniku instead? See in context

I like to move it, move it

You like to move it......

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Posted in: Kurita, Toshiba to collaborate in field of water treatment for power plants See in context

Kurita should buy out this Toshiba Division.

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Posted in: Andrew Lloyd-Webber vows to defy gov't on London theater reopening See in context

Its funny how a mortgage will make a public health specialist out of a pianist ...

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Posted in: Renault-Nissan workers in India to strike over COVID fears See in context

Thats more like it. There is a raging pandemic and Suzuki and Honda and Toyota are giving their workers a paid holiday so WTF ....

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Posted in: Uniqlo appoints green Doraemon as Global Sustainability Ambassador See in context

and Water .... you cant even begin to imagine ... how much water they destroy ..

kyushubillToday 10:57 am JST

Using a cute anime character does not invalidate the truth:

Uniqlo sells Chinese made clothes which contributes to China being the #1 polluter.

These clothes are made by slave labor.

The amount of plastic Uniqlo rips through in a year is abhorrent.

But the cute character invalidates all this like magic.

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Posted in: 'Everything evaporated' - Olympic overseas spectator ban hits Japan tourism See in context

Why not claim damages from the country that perhaps caused the wide spread. Its really quite easy to just basically sulk and blame any one who gets in the way. But I see no effort, internationally as well, to demand and extract damages .... from you-know-who.

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