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Posted in: Olympic opening ceremony director fired for Holocaust joke in 1998 See in context

Media takes things out of context these days. Would be hard to gauge something, so far back. Political Correctness has made the world numb to reality.

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Posted in: Japan ups 2030 renewables goal in draft energy policy See in context

Lets watch money be dropped into a black hole...

Unfortunately, Japan fails to execute on many initiatives. Cant change what you fail to see.

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Posted in: Nissan to make new electric cars, batteries in Britain See in context


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Posted in: U.S. keeps Tier-2 rating of Japan's efforts against human trafficking See in context

Western Hypocrisy - The US should look in their own backyard before they criticize others. Why even pay attention to this doctrined garbage. Japan is so worried what other nations think of them and work so hard to be accepted. If you allow the west to dictate what you can and cannot do, you will always be seen as less than them. Dont play into their agenda.

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Posted in: Toshiba investigators defend report; say Japanese official stonewalled See in context

Ahhh... so this is what a mountain of cow dung looks like! seems to be a lot of similar mountains building up in Japan.

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Posted in: 2nd Ugandan Olympic team member in Japan tests positive for COVID See in context

ObjectiveJune 24  07:35 am JST

Isn't the whole point of testing athletes, delegates, and officials to uncover cases of Covid? It may be shocking that a small percentage of positive cases arise but is it unexpected? They have protocol in place to deal with this.

Oh yes1 they have protocols in Japan to deal with COVID. Like the "Diamond Princess" and the entire COVID situation. For problem solving, unfortunately working harder and longer, doesn't work in situations like this.

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Posted in: Money, money, money: The cost of Tokyo's pandemic-delayed Olympics See in context

Japanese Board of Auditors are useless. The Governance in Japan is non-existent and the oversight that they should be doing is also.

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Posted in: As Japan reboots 44-year-old nuclear reactor, experts sound alarm See in context

Cha! Ching! $$$$$$$$$$$$$$

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Posted in: Organizers show off athletes' village a month before Tokyo Olympics begin See in context

Beds just have to last a month or so. Give the organsiers credit here. Well thought out and at minimal cost.

Come on folks, show some positivity for once!

Yes, did you look at the costs?

If you think that the price is reasonable.

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Posted in: Organizers show off athletes' village a month before Tokyo Olympics begin See in context

Close to $500M USD spent on this but the blanket at most in bulk purchase are $20 USD. With Ikea like furnishings ranging no more than $1000 USD per room. Someone made a killing using Govt money. Cronies and JGov. I live in central Tokyo and the same block has annual construction on replacing trees, columns, pavement on monthly basis. Corruption at its finest!

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Posted in: Mizuho's corporate culture to blame for serial system failures, probe finds See in context

ahhh Japan. lets us watch as it spins into third world status.

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Posted in: Main Tokyo vaccination center to offer shots to younger people See in context

Whats considered young in Japan. 60s? 50s? 40s? 30s? 20s? Teens? Children?

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Posted in: Toshiba colluded with ministry to undermine shareholders, probe finds See in context

JCoruption - its everywhere!

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Posted in: Suga regrets having to take all the heat for hosting Olympics during pandemic See in context

The problem is more complicated than blaming one man. I love how Japan seems to simplify every problem in life. I see this in the workplace also. Never see reality or get to root problems. Always blaming people "Nani-Nani-san wa damenano!"

But hey, its why alot of us have jobs here in Japan and get paid to solve these problems, and not just finger point!

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympic Village considering ban on alcohol See in context

Good luck with that. Another clear indication that Japan does not understanding anything outside its own walls.

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

Kinda amazing how Utada Hikaru the natural-born American couldn't break into American music scene, while BTS and BlackPink rule American music scene right now.

Timing is everything. BTS hit the anime generation with Asian culture hitting main stream. With Utada things were just at market entry and not main stream. Wouldnt even see Asians on tv unless it was kung-fu or being imitated and made fun of at the time. A gap of two decades is alot.

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Posted in: BOJ assets quadruple to ¥714.56 tril under Kuroda's aggressive easing See in context

The world is pretty corrupt. There is plenty of other countries that are worse than Japan. Global economy needs base currencies to exchange and benchmark. Most countries in Asia are too volatile and untrustworthy. Until you have a strong Asian country that can address this concern, Japan will continue to enjoy its status in global currency. Its the reason why the Yen and USD go up during rescissions, its because people trust to put their money their during unstable times. There may be a time when confidence in yen crumbles but the competition is pretty weak in terms of competing currency.

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Posted in: Man cooks rice, stir-fried noodles in convenience store parking lot before starting police chase See in context

The world thinks it can save everyone and that everyone is the same. The world is rotting.

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Posted in: Suez Canal ship case adjourned for compensation talks See in context

The Japanese Government Needs to set up better training and inspection as there is way too many ship accidents coming from the country. But goes to show the competency level of specific industry. The nature of this business makes it very visible when management decisions go wrong. Its probably happening in every industry .

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Posted in: Knife-wielding man caught on school grounds sent to prosecutors See in context

Another human being not worth tax dollars; endless pit of taking up public services. Not to mention the threat to future generation of children. Just with he would quickly take his own life before he takes others.

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Posted in: Advocacy groups ask gov't to rethink harsher anti-cannabis law See in context

Legalizing would be the best thing in terms of government policy. May help solve alot of the plaguing problems.

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Posted in: 3 crew missing after ships collide off Ehime See in context

I seen a car flipped over on a sharp turn the other day. But I see this more often now then ever. Same with ships colliding. A future generation that rely on machines to make decisions has resulted in very little common sense.

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Posted in: North Korea's hacker army called 'world's leading bank robbers' See in context

Looks similar to Japanese office. same type of environment. Just replace Kim with the boss. Absolute!

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Posted in: Record low number of pregnancies reported in Japan in 2020 See in context

The Fall of Japan. Will continue to decline.

Japan has a notion of not being able to see or deal with problems.

They pass bills in cabinet, and issue new policies but dont realize that those are just a piece of paper.

Will never understand or comprehend what really needs to be done.

Weather its increasing the economy and getting companies and people to spend, to increase birth rate, or to develop new technology. You need more than empty words. I say this quite often but Japan will decline for another 30 years or more.

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Posted in: Defiant Ghosn pins hopes on French probes to clear his name See in context

Rags to Riches to Rags Story

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Posted in: Floyd family meets Biden as Congress weighs police bill See in context

The videos you see is just one side of the story. George Floyd and Black Lives Matter was a one sided story; that did not let opposing views enter the discussion. Police officers have a very difficult and stressful job for the pay they get. You will not see many people joining law enforcement as career and make situation worse in these communities. Because of these things cities are falling in the name of political correctness; Baltimore, Detroit, Orlando; next up Minneapolis. Fall of America. There is reason why gated communities are on the rise in America. Sad.

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Posted in: Rights group urges Japan to update law on changing gender See in context

Dont follow the west. Its a mess. Protect the children.

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Posted in: Pepsi Japan to release its 'most refreshing' cola ever See in context

Its sad state how food products and consumer good in Japan are in a sad state. Can only market what your target customer wants and will sell.

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Posted in: Princess Mako's boyfriend graduates from U.S. law school See in context

The Elite dont look for loop holes, they create them. Hence why you only see Elite in Japanese Cabinet.

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