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Posted in: Tokyo Olympic venues lined up, schedule remains the same See in context

ZOOM Olympics! Rock Scissor Paper proves to be the breakout event.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 119 new coronavirus cases; 1st time below 200 in 5 days See in context

Great news! Stay at homes only gonna complain about these numbers. Prayers folks for the end to this thing✌️❤️

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Posted in: Ending coronavirus emergency raises hope, sparks some concern See in context

"I've seen an increasing number of commuters on the train. I worry about a second wave of infections if many people go back to life as normal," said Shizuka Miyakawa, a 61-year-old resident of Sagamihara, Kanagawa, who works for a bank.

Crowded trains again, the only drawback I can think of.

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Posted in: Abe ends state of emergency in Osaka, Kyoto, Hyogo; Tokyo's may be lifted Monday See in context

Are handshakes a thing of the past?

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Posted in: People return to work under extended emergency after Golden Week See in context

What Reese said!

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Posted in: Retailers, manufacturers cautious on outlook under extended emergency See in context

nonessential business

Some definition is in order here, what does it mean exactly to be classified as an essential business? For example is an essential business one that provides work for people in order to pay rent and put food on the table? Is that what you (government) mean by essential?

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Posted in: Abe extends virus state of emergency until May 31 See in context

Anyone know of any public protests going down in central Tokyo?

How’s this for a slogan:

‘No plan. No date. We’re out cause we got to eat!’

Post yours below:

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Posted in: Abe extends virus state of emergency until May 31 See in context

But officials cannot compel citizens to comply, and there are no punishments for those who fail to do so.

As a freelancer I will be responsible following the proper guidelines for cleanliness, as per medical advice. But, and let me be as clear as clear can be, I will earn a living and support my family and will not cowtow to bureaucrats playing, as gods, in smokey hollowed backrooms, with the working class people’s fate.

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Posted in: In televised town hall, Trump pushes for economic reopening See in context

In 2010, the black unemployment rate was 16%. When Trump took office it was 7.5%. Today 6.1%.

Yes, on account of the Great Recession it did fall greater under Obama. Just I magine bass4funk after the great covid depression, and how historic those falling black, not to mention white, Hispanic...unemployment numbers will be under this Trump administration!

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Posted in: Do you think the Japanese school year should start in September rather than April? See in context

The Japanese should have a referendum on it, let the people decide. I kinda like how the Cherry Blossoms coincide with the special event. I’d be surprised if the Japanese people voted for change.

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Posted in: In televised town hall, Trump pushes for economic reopening See in context

The next four years (which there will be) will decide the matter. 2nd term seems like logical time to push for a balanced budget. Would have been a guarantee had it not been for the democratic leadership in bed with the deep state stymieing the republican agenda with Russia-gate BS.

If the Trump administration does not try to get a handle on the deficit 2nd term, than it’ll be his mistake to own.

Time will tell.

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Posted in: In televised town hall, Trump pushes for economic reopening See in context

@Jimizo umm, did Clinton balance the books or was it perhaps the “fiscal conservative “ Newt Gingrich that had more to do with it?

https://www.cato.org/publications/commentary/no-bill-clinton-didnt-balance-budget

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Posted in: In televised town hall, Trump pushes for economic reopening See in context

You would think every able body would be thrilled with the idea of getting back to work and saving the economy for future generations. But, no! It seems Trump derangement syndrome is that powerful.

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Posted in: Gov't to set guidelines on economic restart on Monday See in context

It makes you wonder where all the money will come from to deal with this mess later on. Oh wait! I know! The future generations will take care of it! Well heck with that!

I’m curious where does the aging and majority population think of this?

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Posted in: Japan preparing to extend coronavirus emergency for about a month See in context

The people have had enough, this is an abuse of power! All the tyrannical Koike government has going for it is the wishful hope for “social pressure”! And to that the masses say, ha! Go to any park this weekend and observe the, well deserved, middle finger salute to all the power hungry politicians.

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Posted in: Koike calls for state of emergency to be extended nationwide See in context

Koike-San and her lust for control will undermine any chance she has for higher office. Disagree? Go for a walk and see all the people who disagree.

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