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Posted in: Japan reports 39,723 new coronavirus cases See in context

Its dragging on too long now.

Ditch the masks big time.

I did last Sunday on the subway.

So much space around me.

I walk at night a lot in the suburbs.

So many people still wearing the mask and there is no one around.

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Posted in: Ronaldo spared as Man United humiliated by rampant City See in context

Haaland is a monster and city have taken things to a new level.

They could savage Liverpool in a few weeks the way Liverpool's defense has fallen apart.

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Posted in: U.S. Marine arrested over assault in Okinawan bar See in context

I think a key point here is the time.

5:10 am.

Can't imagine either party were in a fit state.

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Posted in: New UK coins featuring image of King Charles revealed See in context

Should have a ski slope seeing the way sterling is tanking

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Posted in: Iranian lawmaker slams protesters; cleric appeals for calm See in context

Its not the hijab that is causing the protests it's the way the "moral" police are unaccountable.


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Posted in: UK Labour leader accuses government of trashing economy See in context

With the tory's they have this insane belief in how exceptional the UK is.

They live in a small world and have no idea the world has moved on without them.

That's why they gloried in the Queen's funeral.

Looks great but doesn't pay the bills.

And next door they should look at Ireland, a country who were in the UKs shadow years age, economically, socially, but now are powering ahead of them in every way.

All we do is feel pity that a once great nation is on their knees because of their insularity.

Shame as British people as a rule are generally quite decent and nice but their rulers have sold their souls to the craziest ideology.

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Posted in: Slain ex-PM Abe honored at divisive state funeral See in context

Like many posters said I don't think anyone cares in the slightest about Abe or his legacy.

He didn't deserve to get shot.

But his wife was involved in the Osaka school scandal, no doubt Abe knew and a bureaucrat killed himself over being made to lie.

I'd say Abe was more respected outside his country than inside.

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Posted in: Alex Jones mocks critics at trial over Sandy Hook hoax claims See in context

How people can't see this guy for the snake oil salesman that he is, is hard to fathom.

Another clown who's just into self promotion and screaming about " his rights" like a misbehaving toddler.

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Posted in: Thousands of UK bus drivers plan strikes over pay See in context

Strikes, race riots between Hindus and Muslims breaking out.

The hangover is well and truly starting.

This Britain is not so great.

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Posted in: Biden, Truss commit to protect Northern Ireland deal See in context

Don't mess with the Good Friday agreement Truss.

Peace in Ireland is much more important than your pandering to the tally ho gang of brexiteers.

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Posted in: Thousands in shelters as powerful typhoon hits Kyushu See in context

Definitely I'd go with whisky rather than happoshu which is not fit to even clean your drains.

Just fizzy beer flavored water

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Posted in: Leaky pen and staff job cuts: King Charles under scrutiny See in context

If he reacts like that over a pen what will he do when Scotland and Northern Ireland vote for freedom

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Posted in: Leaky pen and staff job cuts: King Charles under scrutiny See in context

I think it was an "Irish"pen craftily made to leak on the monarch

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Posted in: Arrests of UK anti-royal protesters spur free-speech debate See in context

This is exactly what the Tory party want.

Very sad day in Britains history but as they plan to leave the court of human rights not really surprising.

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Posted in: Queen's coffin arrives at Buckingham Palace as huge crowds line London route See in context

It's like an orgy of Britishness.

Must be becoming boring for the majority of people.

And what's with arresting people for protesting.

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Posted in: Queen Elizabeth II dies at 96 See in context

A woman who always did her duty for the country .RIP

Sad to see snide comments on the death of a 96 year old woman.

Could you not put them aside for at least a day and respect this lady.

I'm not British but she deserves respect.

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Posted in: Liz Truss vows tax cuts after winning vote to be next British PM See in context

Johnson may have charisma but he is also a proven liar.

He tells lies at will and the last months of his government with daily denials his lies.

Then when over fifty of his ministers resigned he went off in a huff.

Avoided any action on the developing crises and then went off twice on holiday.

A real patriot.

The only thing he loves is himself.

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Posted in: Liz Truss vows tax cuts after winning vote to be next British PM See in context

Right wingers love to throw the insult of "left winger" ," liberal" "socialist" .

But a blind man could see that the Tory party have overseen a massive deterioration in the quality of life, services in the UK

They've been in charge for 12 years.

Truss is a continuation of their incompetence which they will attempt to divert attention from by blaming the EU, immigrants, professional footballers etc.

Anything to hide the kleptocracy they are running

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Posted in: Liz Truss vows tax cuts after winning vote to be next British PM See in context

This will not end well.

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Posted in: Biden warns Americans that Trump and his MAGA allies threaten democracy See in context

I hope Bided gets the Nobel peace prize for this speech.

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Posted in: Putin will not attend Mikhail Gorbachev funeral: Kremlin See in context

Pettiness personified.

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Posted in: Kishida to explain decision on Abe state funeral at Wednesday news conference See in context

My biggest problem is , as tragic as his murder was, if a kid or adult ignores this respect will they be judged.

Do we all have to stop what we are doing and be respectful because of him who feels no guilt

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Posted in: Going to a wedding in Japan? Make sure you like Bruno Mars or Maroon 5, survey says See in context

What I don't get about Japanese wedding receptions is there is no mixing of guests at the table

No attempt to introduce both sides.weird

And the the second party, all games and things zero time to actually let people mingle and chat freely.

Everything controlled.

That's what I got married in a park.

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Posted in: Trump legal team advances broad view of presidential powers See in context

Actually we should all just concede that Trump should be allowed do whatever he wants.

Lindsay Graham certainly thinks so.

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Posted in: Democrats: Abortion rulings may be 'a blessing in disguise' See in context

Again if they care so much about the rights of the unborn child

Why don't they care about this said child once it's born.

Then they feel no responsibility at all.

It is all about control.


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Posted in: Britain to see 80% spike in energy bills as crisis worsens See in context

So many basic services falling to pieces in the sunlit uplands of post Brexit UK.

Raw sewage pumped into the sea, people can't make dental appointments, a slew of industrial protest on the horizon.

And Johnson said today in the mail that they just need to show some grit to get through the hard times.

Absolutely poppycock as usual from the born liar.

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Posted in: Liverpool look to end dismal start, Arsenal on the up See in context

So is football.

A year ago Arsenal were a joke.

Now Liverpool.

At least we're not man utd

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Posted in: Woman, with only ¥10 on her, arrested after leaving restaurant without paying bill See in context

Sounds like a person who wants to eat something nice before the bad things come.

I wish I could have treat you.

This type of thing is going to become more common especially in the UK.

Such a waste

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Posted in: Man arrested over murder of 75-year-old mother in Nagoya See in context

Really sad to hear but strangest is that the company notified the police because he didn't turn up for work.

What's with that?

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Posted in: China faces more climate havoc despite cool-off in some regions See in context

Could this be considered karma?

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