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Posted in: Australian police put a 90-day limit on draconian virus measures in NSW See in context

And just yesterday, the Queensland government approved a 3% pay rise for state public servants while businesses and private-sector workers all over the country are forced to shut down / out of work

Infuriating. Even without this payrise, govt employees for the most part are not sharing a the pain of other Aussies. Ive got a few public servant mates who are rather enjoying their "work" from home, on full pay and benefits. Top blokes so good luck to them...but a payrise right now is plain wrong!

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Posted in: Australian police put a 90-day limit on draconian virus measures in NSW See in context

Wonder what they'll be thinking when they see Xi's cronies swoop in to buy up the country for a song.

Considering a good portion of them on Bondi beach were foreign backpackers, they probably dont care too much. In fact, many are still partying on as we speak in the backpacker hostels of Bondi - despite all the pleas from the police not to.

So far, a reasonable job has been made by Aussie authorities in "flattening the curve". However last weeks ban on incoming foreigners (of whom Americans and Europeans were by far the greatest factor in introducing the virus) is having the biggest effect.

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Posted in: Chinese swimmer Sun Yang banned for 8 years in doping case See in context

Good riddance, serial doper and cheat. Fitting way for Sun to end his drug-fuelled career, not on a podium.

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Posted in: Couple at center of Abe cronyism scandal found guilty over fraud See in context

Two crooked old grubs. Enjoy prison, loser. I wonder if Shinzo and Akie will go and visit their buddy inside?!

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Posted in: Australia to evacuate more than 200 citizens from cruise ship See in context

Christmas Island is going to get crowded.

This group will be quarantined outside Darwin, not Christmas Island.

I hope they stay healthy and time passes quickly for them. The Christmas Island Quarantined have all tested negative and will begin returning home from today I believe.

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Posted in: Japanese economy sinks amid fears about virus impact See in context

To make it very clear, this big drop in GDP had zero to do with Coronavirus and loss of tourists.

It had a lot to do with the tax hike and subsequent big drop in domestic demand.

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Posted in: Noriyuki Makihara shoots to top of Amazon sales ranking after arrest for drug possession See in context

His song "Chicken Rice" changed my life.

LOL

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Posted in: Domino’s Japan hiring CCO (Chief Cheese Officer) to be paid ¥1 mil for one day See in context

Foreigners need not apply...I'm guessing.

Considering Dominos Japan is (or was) Australian owned, thatd be harsh!

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Posted in: Doubts raised over plans to expand Six Nations tournament See in context

Why not have Japan join the Southern Hemisphere Rugby Championship, replacing the Springboks? Logistically easier and a better fit than them basing themselves in Europe, surely? You could even add a team from the Pacific Islands down the track. It all comes down to revenue I guess...

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Posted in: Two 16-year-old boys arrested for marijuana possession See in context

Geez, with family like that who needs enemies! Ridiculous that these two boys are being prosecuted, the amount of police resources and taxpayers money spent on investigating two kid's silly plan than likely would not have eventuated. Give them a caution.

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Posted in: 66 more people confirmed with coronavirus on cruise ship in Yokohama See in context

2.1% of all respiratory and circulatory deaths were influenza associated.

"2.1% of all respiratory and circulatory deaths were influenza associated" does NOT inducate a mortality of 2.1% if one catches the flu virus. All it indicates is that 2.1 percent of respiratory and circulatory deaths were linked to the flu.

Statistics 101.

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Posted in: Australia to help some citizens leave China, quarantine them on Christmas Island See in context

Off-shore like this suggests paranoia, Xenophobia, desperation and a publicity stunt by a government running out of ideas

Brilliant description of the current Conservative Australian government!

I hope these evacuees - IF they get all the final clearances - can eventually get home without illness.

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Posted in: New Zealand PM Ardern calls national election for Sept 19 See in context

Good luck to PM Ardern. She sure is a more inspiring and credible leader than the conservative buffoons and grubs across the ditch, led by that failed marketing man Scott Morriscum.

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Posted in: Canadian air tanker fighting Australia bushfires crashes, killing three See in context

An absolute tragedy. Rest in Peace to these brave men. They died trying to save lives, and they will be forever heroes to Australians.

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Posted in: Thousands of armed U.S. gun rights activists join peaceful Virginia rally See in context

How is it that these gun-crazies can afford super pricey assault weapons, but no basic dentistry?

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Posted in: Helping hand See in context

Thanks JSDF. You guys are very welcomed in Australia!

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Posted in: Gunman shot dead by parishioners in Texas church attack See in context

Thank God they were armed.

This sentiment, folks, is all you need to read as to why the US is a failed state.

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Posted in: 2 arrested over murder of man who reported burglar in his home See in context

So hide whatever you've got as best you can and pretend you're just barely scraping by.

I don't have to pretend!

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Posted in: South Africa beat England 32-12 to win 3rd World Cup See in context

Well done Boks! Brilliant performance, fully deserved Champions. How good is the little scrum half De Klerk?! Player of the tournament IMO.

Where are all the posters who claimed the "Boks are boring"..."England will win easily"? Time to eat some humble pie fellas!

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Posted in: England totally outplay All Blacks 19-7 to reach World Cup final See in context

Is there anyone in the room who knows how to do the Heimlich Manoeuvre?

All chokes aside, brilliant performance by England. I can remember perhaps two errors they made the whole game . They tore the Kiwis to shreds down the middle, humiliated their powder-puff forwards, and the Kiwis had nothing in reply.

There is no doubt about it : Eddie Jones is a genius and the best coach in Rugby Union. If the Australian Rugby Union had any sense and wasnt nearly bankrupt, theyd break the bank to get him home.

Well played England! Commiserations Kiwis.

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Posted in: Japan fans explode with joy after Ireland upset See in context

Great game by Japan, outplayed the Irish across the park and fully deserving the win! They will be confident if indeed they meet South Africa again, in the Quarter Final.

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Posted in: Rattled Australia beats beat Fiji 39-21 See in context

Well played to the Pacific Islanders. Fiji played pretty well, too!

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Posted in: Tokyo man arrested for underwear theft after instant, raging attraction to another man See in context

Sicko. Lock the pervert up, let him try and steal the undies of his fellow inmates!

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Posted in: 4 Australian kids take stolen car on 1,000-kilometer road trip See in context

Stories like this are sadly not uncommon among indigenous kids. Glad they were all OK, as I am sure their families are!

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Posted in: Emmy-winning actor Rip Torn dies at 88 See in context

RIP, Rip.

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Posted in: Nadal sweeps to 12th French Open and 18th Grand Slam title See in context

Well played Nadal, I reckon he will get Feds record by the time he is done!

JT - why no coverage of the Women's Final? Bit of sexism at play maybe? Well done Ash on an amazing Open!!

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Posted in: Australia's ruling coalition wins surprise third term See in context

Clive Palmer spent over 50 millions and at the end only helps Scomo wins. He himself gets nothing.

Oh, fat Clive will be getting something off the LNP down the track, put your house on it. You don't spend $50 mill on an election - after having held meetings and done preference deals with the government- for nothing.

As for Morrison, I wonder if he will bring more lumps of coal into parliament and proclaim "coal is the future"! He's a morally bankrupt grub, and it won't be long before people realise slick advertising slogans don't make for good government.

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Posted in: Brunei introduces death by stoning for adultery, gay sex See in context

Many of the nations that joined hands with Brunei in that TPP are looking pretty toothless right now. Some of these nations claim to believe in “human rights” and “democracy” - Australia, NZ, Canada etc. Some of them may whisper little protests, but ultimately will all just look the other way and continue dealing with this disgusting regime. Money trumps human rights.

Boycott Brunei.

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Posted in: Gov't says official translation for next era name Reiwa is 'beautiful harmony' See in context

”Beautiful Harmony,"

Sounds more like a Japanese whisky!

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Posted in: Australia's Hanson suggests country's worst gun massacre a conspiracy See in context

Nothing but a racist, shrivelled-up, hysterical old fascist. Canvassing election funds from foreigners ( the NRA) to wind back Australias WORKING gun laws is despicable.

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