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Posted in: Video of Tyre Nichols beating leaves unanswered questions See in context

Just amazing that in the US a routine traffic pull over can lead to your death.

Another first for the US.

No where else in the world has that problem.

Coupled with a high chance of getting shot in school.

Leading the world, this land of the free.

You must be proud.

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Posted in: Japan decides to ease medical rules on COVID-19 on May 8 See in context

What's the rush?

Sarcasm

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Posted in: Thousands rally for 'Invasion Day' protests on Australia Day holiday See in context

Finally rich.

They weren't exactly benevolent to the Irish were they?

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Posted in: Heavy snow continues across much of Japan as cold snap maintains grip See in context

It is astonishing that there are so many climate sceptics.

Do they get their kicks flaunting their foolishness.

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Posted in: 'Everything Everywhere' tops Oscar nominations with 11 See in context

Ireland has 14 nominations!!.

The Irish language movie the quiet girl is a nice one.

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Posted in: California shooter kills 10 at dance club; motive unclear See in context

"stop defending the police" rather than " defunding" made my day.

Freudian slip perhaps.

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Posted in: Japan reports inflation hit 4%; 41-year high in December See in context

4% are you kidding me?

Next they'll be saying Doraemon is a real cat

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Posted in: More youth tournaments banning angry coaches See in context

When my daughter played volleyball in JHS her coach was the most abusive , shocking disgrace.

I've ever seen.

I bided my time, took evidence and when my kids graduated I reamed her out and called her a disgrace in a meeting in the staff room.

Volleyball especially has some amount of nutters.

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Posted in: Lisa Marie Presley, singer and only child of Elvis, dies at 54 See in context

Sad. But the seem cursed.

Her son died early too.

Sometimes the normal daily slog is easier.

RIP

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Posted in: Standing 3 steps apart on escalator lowers COVID risk: research See in context

The other day I asked about 15 elementary students who are over 10 years old if they wanted to live mask free and only one said yes.

Shocking.

I'm all for masks in a crisis but the long term damage is huge

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Posted in: McCarthy fails for 3rd long day in GOP House speaker fight See in context

And there I was thinking that the Tory party was the barometer of craziness.

My mistake.

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Posted in: Prince Harry accuses brother William of 2019 physical attack: report See in context

Itsonlyrockandroll

You should have waited six months it'll be 50p in the bargain bin

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Posted in: Inmate in his 60s dies after being found unconscious in Kyoto prison cell See in context

No word of this, the second one in a month, in japanese media.

Shocking

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Posted in: UK gov't refuses to give way on pay as nurses, medics strike See in context

The rancid Tory party have backed themselves into a corner.

They know the NHS workers deserve a raise much higher than they are offering.

But if they do that then, the post office, border staff, rail workers, garbage collectors, barristers, teachers and basically everyone will demand the same.

They blew billions on their failed budget and faulty corona equipment.

And where's Johnson by the way.

Hardly been see since he went off in a sulk.

But conveniently it's reported he's made nearly a million pounds in guest speaking.

So why is it ok for the rich to make massive profits but the ordinary worker is supposed to accept a massive cut in their living standards.

Even a blind man would see something is wrong

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Posted in: Terry Hall, singer of ska band The Specials, dies aged 63 See in context

For those of us who were teenagers in the 80s Terry Hall was a big part of our music.

The Specials, Fun boy three.

Thanks man.

It ain't what you do it's the way that you do it, and you did it so well.

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Posted in: Argentina beats France on penalties to win World Cup See in context

I've watched 13 world cup finals and that was the most exciting since 1982.

That game had everything.

Anyone with some sense of football would agree.

The twists and turns the game had were just amazing.

Can't wait to see how crazy Argentina gets when the land with the cup.

It was just fantastic.

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Posted in: UK nurses begin unprecedented strike See in context

I'd trust Jonathan Pie before I trusted the Tories

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Posted in: Diabetic man dies in police custody after not eating for 3 days or being given medication See in context

No matter what he did,

It's a disgrace.

No if ands or buts.

But over here in Asia prisoners rights aren't really considered.

Nothing justifies this though.

Barbaric

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Posted in: Messi and Alvarez fire Argentina past Croatia 3-0 into World Cup final See in context

There's no such thing as an "undue amount of anti English bias" when it comes to football.

It's because of the arrogance of your media and the obnoxious nature of the england football supporters over many years.

Look what happened in your own country at the Euro final.

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Posted in: Messi and Alvarez fire Argentina past Croatia 3-0 into World Cup final See in context

Maradona dragged Argentina to success in 86.

Can Messi do the same.

No matter what it's been an absolute pleasure to have been able to watch those two footballing geniuses.

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

80,000 yen.

It's just pointless.

Isn't large enough to be an incentive to have kids nor if you have a child will it make any difference to your situation.

Pure hot air

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

Britain is broken.

I can't see it improving in the short term.

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

It's going to be "tres chaud" on the streets of France next game.

Guaranteed riots no matter what the result.

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Posted in: Brittney Griner released from Russia in prisoner swap for arms dealer Viktor Bout See in context

Dragon, I was thinking the same.

Looks like Russia won this bargaining.

I guess the "optics" of getting her released before Christmas won out.

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Posted in: Japan's last-16 exit reflects highs and lows under Moriyasu See in context

Jayel , Japan weren't at the Spain 82 world cup.

They didn't qualify until France 1998.

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Posted in: England dispatch Senegal 3-0 to set up quarterfinal clash with France See in context

France vs England could be a cracker.

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Posted in: Iran executes four men convicted of cooperating with Israel See in context

I wonder is this the pay back on the bombing of the Iranian nuclear scientist.

Did they just kill them or torture them remoselessly

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

Liverpool lost a goal to a John Stones goal line clearance which cost them the championship.

It was less the a millimeter if I remember.

C'est la vie.

The Germans can't complain.

Neither Spain.

They shouldnt have put themselves in that position

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

That was fun

If someone had told me in 1978 , my first world cup that I would have a bonding experience with my seventeen year old son watching Japan win a football game I'd have laughed at them.

Well done Japan, thank you and good luck with the rest of the games.

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Posted in: Japanese journalist freed from Myanmar prison vows to tell story See in context

Rodney I think you would find that reporting facts or truth is treated by the junta as rebellion.

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