Britta H comments

Posted in: Abe says no need for another state of emergency over coronavirus See in context

You know what they say about keeping all of the people happy all of the time. Keeping them healthy and alive should come before happy.

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Posted in: Australian virus hot spot state tells residents not to panic-buy See in context

Toilet paper was not a sensible large quantity buy, that was a knee jerk reaction to the ick factor by your average redneck. Canned and dried food is a different matter. If you are ordered to stay inside why on Earth would people with the means not ensure they have sufficient food and meds for the family?

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Posted in: Abe says no need for another state of emergency over coronavirus See in context

The more they play this down, the worse the long term consequences will be. People are being left with long term lung and kidney damage from covid. Oh well, nothing I can do about it except try stay away from the lemmings.

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Posted in: Australian virus hot spot state tells residents not to panic-buy See in context

Tell people not to leave their houses they will buy food and essentials in large quantities. I would and did.

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Posted in: Angels' Ohtani wants to keep pitching despite arm troubles See in context

Poor kid. Ganbatte Shohei. You can do it! I must be getting soft in my old age, brought a tear to my eye.

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Posted in: Virus testing in U.S. is dropping, even as deaths mount See in context

If you are sick, stay home. If you go into a testing center and do not have the covid 19 virus, instead some other less vicious respiratory illness, you will catch it while there. There's nothing they can do anyway unless you are sick enough for hospital.

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Posted in: Neil Young sues Trump campaign, deriding use of famous tunes See in context

How can anyone be so lacking in critical thinking skills that they still support Trump?

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Posted in: Virus testing in U.S. is dropping, even as deaths mount See in context

If you don't have it, you will after lining up for hours for a test, and some nurse who has contact with many sick people shoving a q tip up your nose.

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Posted in: The survivor: Last Korean war criminal in Japan wants recognition See in context

At least bury him with his comrades. He earned Japanese citizenship. I strongly condemn his actions, but I'm not about to stand in judgement of someone who was put in a situation I cannot comprehend. I pray he finds redemption through Jesus.

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Posted in: Australian state of Victoria to deploy military, impose hefty fines to enforce virus isolation See in context

So in effect the can't go outside thing is useless. Work, school stores are still going to be full, as are streets with people making legit trips. They aren't going to be able to distinguish between person out for food and work from random out on the street. Rhetorical question, doggo, Google it.

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Posted in: Australian state of Victoria to deploy military, impose hefty fines to enforce virus isolation See in context

How are people meant to get groceries? What about the homeless?

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Posted in: 7 Cardinals, 6 staff test positive for virus; series at Detroit off See in context

They should have copied the basketball bubble. It's over for this year.

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Posted in: Angels' Shohei Ohtani strains arm; won't throw for 4-6 weeks See in context

He is returning after Tommy John, spring training cut short, and has some issues to iron out. Why does everyone want him to fail and so quick to write him off! His heater will be back.

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Posted in: Kobe maternity home to provide safe space for pregnant women in need See in context

Burning, if you are giving birth, trust me, you are female.

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Posted in: Only minor changes to Tokyo Paralympic competition schedule for next year See in context

Its not happening.

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Posted in: World’s first make-your-own KitKat shop opening in Tokyo See in context

I miss Japan sometimes....

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Posted in: U.S. to appoint Japan specialist for defense cost-sharing talks See in context

@Desert Tortoise, I left Japan a while ago, I still have family there. I think the USA have a duty of care towards Japan, after insisting it's military was decimated post WW2. If they insist on leaving there should be assistance and reparations and a slow withdrawal, so Japan has time to build a military at a minimum. That said, it's crazy out here, Americans don't care about each other, let alone people in Japan. Stay safe!

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Posted in: Man arrested for killing mother says she told him she wanted to die See in context

Seems pretty end times like to me. They will be divided mother against daughter and all that.

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Posted in: Do you think herd immunity in a country can curb the coronavirus? See in context

Herd immunity would work if everyone who caught it developed long term functional immunity. Some don't develop immunity at all. At best it's short term.

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Posted in: Singapore to make travelers wear electronic tags to enforce quarantine See in context

Not everywhere wants to be a covid infested hell hole like the USA. Don't like it, don't go.

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Posted in: Kobe maternity home to provide safe space for pregnant women in need See in context

This facility is a start. Victims of male abuse and violence in Japan have very little practical support. I hope non Japanese mother's won't be turned away.

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