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Posted in: Britain braces for winter of strike action as nurses walk out See in context

Britain just like Japan is a small Island. People need to get out and live on proper land.

Most are British Citizenship and they can apply for another country to settle life.

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Posted in: Japanese gov't wants to give people an extra ¥80,000 to have babies See in context

Do Japan want pure 100% Japanese breed children or halfu children also fine with them?

There should be an official organisation where women agrees to have child without getting married and they can have agreement to take care of the child by herself for good without interfering child's father.

Then i am ready to apply to have such agreement with Japanese girl, obviously without needing to pay anything and of course get to see a girl in person first and make agreement by both.

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Posted in: Legendary pie shop Anna Miller’s returns to Tokyo with station popup shop See in context

Only homemade countryside pies taste good.

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Posted in: Blue Impulse See in context

Air pollution so close and harming sea animals and environment all because of happiness for human.

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Posted in: Weasels, not pandas, should be the poster animal for biodiversity loss See in context

All animals should be protected.

Also, we should teach education to the developing countries. Children there bully animals.

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Posted in: France beats England 2-1 to advance to semifinals See in context

It's Coming Home! What does this mean actually? I asked British, he smiled only.

Is it because England invented? I wouldn't believe they are the one, they were just too advanced at that time to claim.

Anyway, England need real strikers! In few years they will have because many Asians are now becoming British citizen, so Asian will help England dream come true. And it will come home.

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Posted in: Morocco reaches World Cup semifinals with 1-0 win over Portugal See in context

African team must win this World Cup 2022.

Anyway, Had Japan not won against Spain, it'd have been different. So, little help from Japan, Asian side.

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Posted in: The next World Cup will jump to 48 teams. Is bigger better? See in context

Why not make NEW World Cup for the countries that don't get qualified for World Cup?

I'm 100% sure that in the future, either China or MiddleEast countries will make New World Cup for those countries and it will be very interesting. This even should be held either one month before or one month after the World Cup.

This idea has been in my mind for many years, i think i should contact MiddleEast or China to make this happen.

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Posted in: IOC postpones 2030 Winter Games host selection See in context

There is one way to stop the protest.

Let the rich countries bid but they have to develop the facilities in poor developing countries.

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Posted in: Indonesia bans sex outside marriage in new criminal code See in context

What about their erotic sculptures, sex festival? Also, Indonesian are the No. 1 who watch Japanese x videos.

Too bad for Japanese x idols who can't now settle there.

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Posted in: Costa Rica scores late to beat Japan 1-0 in lackluster game See in context

Just look at the downvotes on my comment when i said it will be

Japan 2 Spain 1

And it happened real.

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Posted in: Croatia reach World Cup quarterfinals with penalty shoot-out victory over Japan See in context

Here we go, people really want to bash out with negativity.

Only comment from TokyoLiving is positive and feel good for healthy mind and soul.

Yes! It was poor penalties but they experienced now this. Croatia are already 3/3 experienced on penalties.

Hoping Japan win the World Cup between 2030 - 2050.

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Posted in: Japan beats Spain 2-1 to advance to last 16 at World Cup See in context

No, it's not Controversial.

The ball was bounced inside and was about to bounce Nearly outside before the player hit the ball. So, very good decision by the referee.

Who had thought about Japan would be at No. 1 on this most competitive table.

Now Japan is considered first class international level.

Hiphip Hooray, Japan!

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Posted in: 46-year-old man arrested over indecent behavior with high school girl in car See in context

Fault on both side.

She wanted it. She got it. She must be playing with many salarymen.

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Posted in: Costa Rica scores late to beat Japan 1-0 in lackluster game See in context

Japan 2 Spain 1

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Posted in: What are the 500 best albums? Rolling Stone has an answer See in context

All English. Should be titled as 500 Best English Language Album.

Few album of Masayoshi Takanaka.

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Posted in: North Korea has fired dozens of missiles. What now? See in context

Just a teaser. Which is one of their biggest source of income from the international.

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Posted in: Nearly half of LGBTQ teens in Japan have considered suicide: survey See in context

What made them LGBTQ in the first place? Nature? Lack of education? Society?

A boy born as a boy. A girl as a girl. Why complicated yourself, life and the world?

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Posted in: Shooting of Abe stuns nation known for gun control See in context

I have seen many comments getting upvoted on YouTube about what's the use of gun law if such can happen in Japan.

They are so wrong. They need to know the citizens in US have more chance of getting gunned with the that law.

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Posted in: Rock star Randy Bachman reunited with beloved stolen guitar See in context

Even as 80s/90s kid, i have never heard of this legendary guitarist or the bands.

There are too many popular musician from those days, i still don't know more than half of it and I am a rock dude.

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Posted in: All-you-can-eat Burger King returns to Japan with behemoth Maximum Super One Pound Beef Burger See in context

Just look at the ingredients, it's for any careless people who don't mind gulping.

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Posted in: ANA to resume one-way flights from Beijing to Narita after 2-year suspension See in context

If you don't visit China once in your lifetime, you're missing the real amazing culture, authentic village food, friendly people who will welcome you free food free stay, overall will be your one of the best moment of your life.

Not the cities, but the countryside.

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Posted in: Yoshinogari: Fascinating park of Japan’s prehistoric society See in context

Aren't there real Yayoi? I've watched their movie 1985 Seburi Monogatari, they are different than the Japanese.

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Posted in: Sharp to make English its official language in a year: CEO See in context

Not good. This means whole brands will be in English and will hire Only speaking English people.

Any Western brands give special service to Japanese or Chinese speaking buyers/visitors? No. Then?

Even the European strictly wants English to speak their language. Not the other way as in Asian countries.

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Posted in: 5 spots to experience the outdoors in northern Kyushu See in context

First line of this article is already incorrect. Didn't bother to climb anymore.

It should be "Hills" instead of "Mountains".

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Posted in: What do you think of China's zero-COVID strategy? See in context

Covid what? That word is already disappearing in most countries. Take a new step to breathe fresh air of your life. Don't stick on same thing.

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Posted in: Peaceful walk See in context

Wearing a mask at peaceful fresh air park? Suffocates me even seeing that.

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Posted in: Snap, crackle, pop: Kellogg to split into 3 companies See in context

Cereals once known as healthy breakfast turn out to be One of the Unhealthiest Breakfast, along with Granola.

2 boiled eggs with 2 wholemeal buckwheat bread are classic rare countryside/hilly mountain region are healthy breakfast and enough until Lunch.

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Posted in: McCartney to headline return of legendary Glastonbury music fest See in context

These Westerners musician/band come to play at Fuji, earn huge yen, get more recognized, grab Japanese girls but Japanese bands are never invited to play at Glastonbury or any other big music festivals (Except Babymetal)

There are lot of Great Japanese bands who can Rock the West. Band such as Envy, Yogee New Waves, The Birthday, etc.

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Posted in: Totoro's home: Japan crowdfund for forest that inspired film See in context

There should have been really big Studio Ghibli amusement park just like Disneyland in other countries.

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