CaptDingleheimer comments

Posted in: Princess Mako's boyfriend to settle financial dispute with mom's ex-fiance See in context

Hear, hear!

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Posted in: Man arrested in Kobe after stuffing fried chicken into ex-girlfriend’s mailbox See in context

Sounds like he just needed to set the chicken down somewhere so his hands could be freed up for the task at hand: Stealing her undergarments from her clothesline.

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Posted in: Princess Mako's boyfriend to settle financial dispute with mom's ex-fiance See in context

What a joke.

In season 2, she ditches the fiancé for a gaijin boyfriend, instantaneously sending 80+ million ojajis into the ultimate tizzy, a la the UK where half the country and press got all mad about a black lady moving into the Royal Palace and forced their young prince to pack up his young family and hit the bricks.

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Posted in: 300 hotel rooms planned for Olympic athletes with minor or no COVID symptoms See in context

Looks like the kind of apartment building they let you live in in North Korea if you work your way up to a janitorship in Pyongyang.

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Posted in: Large numbers of people out and about despite gov't antivirus pleas See in context

When you're 'governed' by people as incompetent as the bureaucratic HACKS who 'run' the Japanese government (or the US government, for that matter), why in the hell would you listen to much of anything they were trying to tell you to do with your life???

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Posted in: Chinese vaccines 'don’t have very high protection rates,' says official See in context

Who the hell would take a Chinese knockoff vaccine when there are proper American ones?

And I bet that dude and his whole family wind up in prison now. He probably should've just kept his mouth shut.

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Posted in: 300 hotel rooms planned for Olympic athletes with minor or no COVID symptoms See in context

What a joke.

Japan. Dude...

Nobody is coming. Nobody is watching. Nobody cares.

Save your money and throw in the towel there buddy.

Kill it before it dies.

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Posted in: Japan considers prioritizing Olympic athletes for COVID-19 vaccination See in context

Wait, so this means that Japan is actually going to start vaccinating some of its citizens against Covid-19?

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Posted in: Japan considers prioritizing Olympic athletes for COVID-19 vaccination See in context

Japan considers prioritizing Olympic athletes for COVID-19 vaccination

Wait what

...everyone is saying the Olympics are cancelled again this year...

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Posted in: Why is North Korea skipping the Tokyo Olympics? See in context

I'd guess they wouldn't want to go home with zero medals, after getting schooled 27-0 by Tiddleywinksistan in badminton.

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Posted in: Preparing your child to walk to school in Japan without you See in context

As long as your child isn't a female between the ages of 7-11, the walk to school should be safe as your child isn't a sex object openly glorified by Japanese mass media.

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Posted in: Who has the better claim to the disputed isles controlled by Japan as the Senkakus but claimed by China as the Diaoyus? See in context

I think this poll settles it.

Let's get it into a PowerPoint, get it notarized, and get a custom critical parcel service to overnight it to the Chinese Embassy in Tokyo.

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Posted in: Couple arrested for leaving body of newborn baby in plastic bag See in context

I think this happens the world over, but I wonder if it's more common in Japan because the whole adoption thing is pretty frowned upon there? My Japanese wife and I have one kid and I can't get her past the first 30 seconds of a conversation about adopting a second. I've heard similar tales from my counterparts.

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Posted in: 48 dead after train derails in Taiwan See in context

Japanese technology meets Chinese know-how.

Looks like they got the technology part right...

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Posted in: U.S., allies dissatisfied with WHO-backed COVID origins report See in context

I'm in the market for a new pancake spatula from the dollar store... or at least I was! Boycott China!

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Posted in: Kono says inoculation pace to accelerate in May See in context

No rush, might as well let the people in the countries with economies relevant to the future global economy get vaccinated first.

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Posted in: China could step up armament, provocations near Senkakus, think tank warns See in context

I'd love it right up if US Naval underwater demolition teams are now quietly getting ready to put these rocks at the bottom of the drink where they belong once and for all so that NOBODY gets to play King of the Mountain over there anymore.

Sit down and shut up back there, you kids!

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Posted in: Female financial analysts urge change in male-dominated profession See in context

Why not advocate the same for the Construction industry and the coal mines?

Hey now. Not fair. Not making the liberals think with good questions.

They want to feel, not think!

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Posted in: Japan spends billions on technology for absent Olympic fans See in context

This was never about sport. This was about "If we spend $15 billion on all this stuff, the world will pay attention to and actually notice Japan for two whole weeks! It'll be great!!" Not exactly what it will take to solve any of that country's deep-seated problems...

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Posted in: Fukushima hopes Olympic torch relay will show world it is not 'nuclear wasteland' See in context

If only the world outside of Japan was watching...

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Posted in: Travelers entering Japan have to install location confirmation app, Skype on smartphones See in context

If they keep this turned on after Covid clears up significantly, rent a phone at the airport I will... and then I'll leave it at my in-law's house while I go wherever I please in Japan with my own phone in my pocket.

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Posted in: Olympic organizers to meet Saturday to decide on overseas spectators See in context

LET US IN! LET US IN!!!

...I don't care about the Olympics, I just wanna take my kid to visit his grandparents and go out and get wicked hammered with my brother-in-law.

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympics hit by yet another scandal over demeaning comments See in context

...but isn't she a comedian whose schtick is the 'big goofy fat lady'?

Great. PC has taken root in Japan. They needn't copy everything from the West...

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Posted in: Deer hunter arrested after mistakenly shooting friend in Tochigi See in context

Arrested because...?

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Posted in: No Chinese vaccines to be taken by Team Japan, minister says See in context

This type of behavior is unbecoming of a member of the East Asian Economic Bloc, and moreover undiplomatic.

I personally took the Chinese version lof the vaccine last week and there are absorutelry ZERO side effect... I got my shot aftah easy tewafone call, good deal you call too you get shot no pwahblem you call now get free small order of wonton soup I got 福建speshole pwice炒飯for駌鴦炒飯you!

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Posted in: Britain advises citizens to leave Myanmar See in context

USAF B-52's: INBOUND.

White liberals who spent the past 20 years extolling the virtues of Aung San Suu Kyi but now have egg on their faces so they are completely ignoring Myanmar:

OUTBOUND

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Posted in: Even before the coronavirus, were you in favor of Tokyo hosting the 2020 Olympics? See in context

As an American I shouldn't care, but as the uncle of some Japanese kids in Japan, I don't think it was a good call.

The whole thing was always about "let's spend $15B so the world pays attention to Japan for 2 weeks, it'll be great!"

Japan is a demographic and public funding time bomb. $15B would have been better spent trying to get their dinosaur corporate culture to move to a work-from-home model, allowing people to move back to the prefectures and raise families with space.

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Posted in: Fans from abroad unlikely for postponed Tokyo Olympics See in context

Japan can still save the Olympics. Sure, the gaijin can't come now, not not all is lost.

The Olympics, when they come to Japan every few cycles or so anyway, are little about sport. Rather, they are meant to get the rest of the world to actually notice Japan for a couple of weeks.

For 2 weeks, billions of people will potentially find our that Japan has 4 seasons (the only country in the world to have that, by the way), learn all about very famous tea ceremonies; maybe even find out all about the breakthrough new smartphone hitting the market from Sony, meant to compete with the iPhone 6s.

So with a little creative Zoom activity, we can still have the Summer of J-Love!

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Posted in: Myanmar police fire on protesters in ancient former capital See in context

Left-leaning diplomat types are ultimately responsible for this mess.

When Aung San Suu Kyi went back to her government 'to help', she was fresh off the shoulders of all the feel-good Western liberals, where she'd been paraded all over the place for being a 'woman of color' who won a Nobel Peace Prize and was going to go back and get gay marriage going, stop climate change, and what happened? She helped commit more atrocities.

Well, all the white liberals had egg on their face when that started happening a number of years back, so they all collectively decided to sit this one out.

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Posted in: Florida governor faces growing charges of vaccine favoritism See in context

He must be a Republican.

All the Democrat governors are doing it too, but they get a pass; after all, they're Democrats.

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