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Posted in: Johnny's successor company starts compensating sexual abuse victims See in context

Too late for the man/victim who committed suicide not long ago.

Pay out, and shut down Smile-Up.

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Posted in: Sports Illustrated latest media company damaged by AI experiment gone wrong See in context

I've noticed this in a lot of newer song lyrics.

Wooden, with no soul, or affirmation, just "words".

Like the AI written word, aesthetically pleasing, but empty...

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Posted in: Japanese experimental nuclear fusion reactor inaugurated See in context

The six-story-high machine, in a hangar in Naka, Ibaraki Prefecture, comprises a donut-shaped "tokamak" vessel set to contain swirling plasma heated up 200 million degrees Celsius (360 million degrees Fahrenheit).


What could possibly go wrong?

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Posted in: Crown prince says review of official royal duties required See in context

Prince Hisahito is a handsome young man.

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Posted in: Social media sites have become a phenomenal means of communication for hate groups, conspiracy theorists and deranged individuals and groups. Do you agree with this statement? See in context

Social media sites have become a phenomenal means of communication for hate groups, conspiracy theorists and deranged individuals and groups. Do you agree with this statement?


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Posted in: Good profits from bad news: How Kennedy assassination helped make network TV news wealthy See in context

MSM distracts from bigger things.

Who was behind this, and why, is not commonly known, even today.

Real journalism, is rare.

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Posted in: Woman attacked by 3 hunting dogs in Shiga Prefecture See in context

Do dogs have "buttocks"?

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Posted in: Johnny's sex abuse victim dies in apparent suicide See in context

The victims of this abuse need validation. They need to know what happened to them was not their fault, that the person who used them for their personal gratification was a sick, but well connected person, and that striving and working towards your dream career should not involve being abused. This pedophile is dead, but many that carry this heavy weight with no way to relieve it, still live. This poor soul needed a support group, and some thread to cling to that said he was not at fault,

and his life has value.

And where is this? This despicable agency needs to take a large chunk of its money earned off the backs of its victims, and start counseling for them, immediately. All the minions in media should be made into donors. Not one more person

should be this low without a place to turn. Japan Inc allowed this abuse to flourish, now it should do the right thing.

RIP, tortured soul.

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Posted in: Recent nursery choking accidents spur call for active gov't involvement See in context

When employers and govt conspired to invade into people’s lives and decide motherhood and home making is “unemployed”, this is the result.

instead of loving home care, you have minimum wage uncaring people, doing a “job”.

Raising children is a fundamentally important part of life, and yet people are forced to pay strangers to do it, as a one wage family has all but disappeared.

Being a person who keeps a home running smoothly, cooks, and takes care of children is looked at as “without skills”, and their time (and tax revenue) is far better served working for a boss...

Children are raised as part of the state, as future wage earners, not as human beings.

This mentality has been pushed and prodded into status quo.

Reading this story is evidence of this shift.

Minimum wage to care for infants, children, and old people, and family care givers have minimal support.

And the farmer pulls another cart away...

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Posted in: Concerns mount for elderly as fewer Japanese under 40 donate blood See in context

I wonder if vaccinated blood is kept separate from pure blood, in donations, as well as in use?

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Posted in: Intruder uses stun gun on woman in her 80s, steals cash from apartment See in context

If you don't know who's ringing at your door, especially after 9pm, why answer it?

Not victim blaming, but...

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Posted in: Nursing home worker arrested over death of 81-year-old resident claims he ‘got fed up’ See in context

Working with dementia patients needs special training.

Combine no training and minimum wage,

and then air out the results.

There is training involved in many jobs, why not this one?

Or is it easier to say, what an evil person, he got punched once too often

while trying to do his job, and reacted.

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Posted in: Japan's automakers unveil EVs galore at Tokyo show to catch up with Tesla, other rivals See in context

EV’s creation and promotion will create 2 classes,

those whom can afford them, and everyone else.

This “green energy” ploy is not for a better environment,

it’s for control of the general public.

In this globalist set up, many are phased out of buying homes, and/ or buying cars.

It’s called “serfdom”.

This green energy tyranny needs the plug pulled.

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Posted in: Japan to extend gasoline, energy subsidies through April See in context

I look forward to this whole green energy scam to be in the rear-view mirror, and waving buh-bye to the “dumb ages”.

Honestly, the contortions people go through, just so not to have to admit utter failure.

No to EV, no to China’s half-assed notion to control the world, and no to “sustainability”.

Subsidies for gas; short term, local travel, but surcharges on JAL flights international...

”Thou wilt stay put!”

Bring on the dancing horses.

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Posted in: Japan to OK train fare hikes for holidays, weekends due to 'overtourism' concerns See in context

This reminds me of how people some more polite old people on crowded trains ease next to you by sitting on the edge of the seat, and gradually push their way back into a crowded seat,

so as to not offend the person next to them.

This fare increase Japan Inc is going about in the same way.

Start out slow, only in some areas, under the guise of "tourism", and then before you know it,

the rates everywhere are raised, and the outrage is minimalized, or so they think.

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Posted in: What are some of your favorite Japanese snacks or sweets? See in context

Calbee Ume flavored potato chips, custard filled Taiyaki,

and nutty Manju...

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Posted in: Suzanne Somers, of ‘Three’s Company,’ dies at 76 See in context

Rest in Peace.

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Posted in: Japan household spending falls 2.5% in August on rising prices See in context

What close tabs the govt has on the citizenry's spending habits.

Like lab rats, being studied; how do they react with less money to play with...

It's diabolical.

Not only is personal wealth lessening, but also personal privacy.

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Posted in: Mount Fuji gets season's 1st snowcap, 5 days later than last year See in context

I used to view Fuji-san from my balcony.

I remember last year’s first dustings...

I will cherish my memories of Fuji-san’s daily colors...

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Posted in: AI Vincent Van Gogh says you're wrong about his ear See in context

In other stories, it is said that Van Gogh did not shoot himself, but was instead shot by a gang of passing youths, who were trying to rob him, but shot him instead.

Vincent refused to identify or acknowledge this, and so this “suicide” rumor persists...

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Posted in: Governments around the world are pressing Big Tech to deal with people or groups who use their platforms to meddle in elections or spread lies, paranoia, bigotry and hate speech. Do you think it is possible for them to “tame the monsters they have created?” See in context

Governments around the world are pressing Big Tech to deal with people or groups who use their platforms to meddle in elections or spread lies, paranoia, bigotry and hate speech.

That's called fascism.

Do you think it is possible for them to “tame the monsters they have created?”

Governments created Big Tech?

Interesting admission...

Govt. surveillance dressed up as social media.

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Posted in: Japanese police to stamp out online criminal activity with help of AI See in context

AI to virtue signal competence in police work, with online surveillance to law abiding people, while crime networks shed their old skin...

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Posted in: Kishida unveils gist of new economic package as support for his government dwindles See in context

Kishida also came under fire over his remarks about the appointment of the five women to the cabinet. He said he expected them to “fully demonstrate their sensitivity and empathy that are unique to women.”

The mind reels...

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Posted in: 15-year-old Kusaki wins women's park skateboarding gold See in context

Fantastic photograph.

Congrats to Hinano Kusaki!

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Posted in: Japan to delay bill blocking sex offenders from working with children See in context

Kato said she intends to "make progress while carefully listening to a variety of views" when asked about the prospects for the legislation at her first press conference after she assumed the post last week.

I wonder if this Kato person has children of her own.

These precious politicians get a gig and think an issue has just appeared because they are only now appointed to it. Then, try to re-invent the wheel.


The time for “considering” is putting another child in harm’s way.

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Posted in: YouTube cuts off Russell Brand's ad revenues after sexual assault allegations See in context

The funny thing is we are both actually defending Brand. Me because I believe he is innocent until proven guilty, you because…well, I’m not sure why. But, we are both defending him

I don't know if Brand is guilty or not.

In addition, from what I've read, the charges seem manufactured

to insert doubt into Brand's brand; to make him less credible.

I'm defending his right to free speech, and that he's innocent till proven guilty.

I'm also seeing behavior patterns, and connecting dots.

People speak out all the time.

But go up against certain people, and there are repercussions.

I hope RB's voice is not canceled.

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Posted in: YouTube cuts off Russell Brand's ad revenues after sexual assault allegations See in context

Free speech is an expensive commodity.

In America, the Constitution protects it, and also that a person is innocent until proven guilty.

But the social media court of popular opinion now seems to be dictating the “law”, attaching limits to protected free speech through censorship, and canceling livelihoods without proof or conviction, of smear campaign accusations...

Russell Brand is you or I,

being ‘dealt’ with.

I stand with Russell Brand.

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Posted in: How has travel on international flights changed the most in the past 20 years? See in context

The seats have gotten smaller and closer together...

More choices of tv entertainment means the lights NEVER go off.

The amount of aggravation and turmoil a person must endure under the guise of "security" has multiplied in the last 20 years, on international flights.

It is no longer a pleasant experience to fly, but a dreaded one.

Toronto airport is the worst. Strip off everything to prove you're not carrying a dangerous piece of metal.

Make you wait after a 12 hour flight carrying heavy bags because they wouldn't allow them on cargo, even for a fee) nothing uses cash, the guy waiting to inspect your passport is belligerent, but you're too tired to take the bait, while your connecting flight time is dangerously close.

You can't even procure a bottle of water in a machine without a card...

The people there are arrogant, abrasive and indifferent to travelers' issues.

1990's (before 9/11) was a better time to travel. Far less tense.

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Posted in: Parents in Japan struggle to care for hospitalized kids See in context

I remember something similar happening in Japan when my son was 4, with pneumonia.

The local hospital had no space; cot, bed or otherwise for me to stay next to him,

and I would not leave him alone there, so we made a compromise:

I would bring my son in for 4 consecutive days as outpatient for medication in IV's,

and took him home to recuperate.

I believe his recuperation was better being at home.

I remembered my own time as a 4 year old in hospital for an eye operation,

and feeling alone, without parents nearby, with bandaged eyes in darkness.

Hospitals in Japan do not like parents staying, they see them as under foot,

but recovery is more than just the physical body.

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Posted in: Johnny's decades-long abuse coverup relied on cozy ties with media See in context

Today’s mainstream media are no longer about reporting facts and sharing gathered information. They are about keeping their narrative protected.

It’s much easier to control an uninformed and compliant public.

But censorship is no longer effective, as critical thinkers will always research, and do the job journalists used to do...

It’s too bad those ambitious young singers had to bear this abuse without anywhere to turn.

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