Cephus comments

Posted in: Early polls can offer some insight into candidates’ weak points – but are extremely imprecise See in context

"An easy way to see who are actually professionals and who are just guessing around is that the professionals accept they were wrong when they fail their predictions, the others blame the polls."

No professionalism in both categories, it's all lies. The polls are not the problem but the results

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Posted in: Early polls can offer some insight into candidates’ weak points – but are extremely imprecise See in context

Polls, polls, nothing new under the sun!! The primitive enchanters, and fortune tellers used vodoo, animal blood and every disgusting tarrots to predict the future. Today the educated enchanters and fortune tellers use statistical analysis. The tools have changed but the results remains the same.

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Posted in: Japan Self-Defense Forces' top officer hospitalized from overwork See in context

Take care Gen Yoshihide Yoshida, as work as as important as it is, it never ends. Health first, work second.

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Posted in: Western officials and Kremlin critics blame Putin and his government for Navalny's death in prison See in context

RIP Nalvany, the problem with engaging with far left politics once you are no longer useful they will let you suffer and die alone. Then follows the ever flowing crocodile tears.

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Posted in: Japan to boost child allowances to tackle falling birthrate See in context

That's a step forward.

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Posted in: Recession has struck some of world's top economies, but U.S. keeps defying expectations See in context

“The neo-lib trickle-down policies of Trump corporate tax cuts and Biden's half-measures are hated by the "far-left".

Maybe try to lay off the weak parroted rhetoric and misnaming? “

Im sorry but the parroting job is already taken by the Main Stream Media Goebbels and DNC waterboys/ girls.

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Posted in: Recession has struck some of world's top economies, but U.S. keeps defying expectations See in context

Numbers per see don’t lie it’s people who lie with numbers. It’s evident the far left is good at and they will go to any length to paint a rosy economic condition under Joe but the reality is the economy stinks to its core and many are suffering.

“Give much of the credit to U.S. households, who have continued to spend at a solid rate despite many challenges. Their spending makes up the majority of the U.S. economy.”

just a simple question how much household debt to credit card companies?

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Posted in: Japanese pitcher Shintaro Fujinami finalizes $3.35 million, 1-year contract with New York Mets See in context

[@cephus oh MLB teams are perfectly capable of making terrible decisions when it comes to Japanese players. Google Kei Igawa or Tsuyoshi Nishioka. They aren’t the only ones]

Understood, but that's not a player's fault. The buck lies with those recruiting the player in the first place.

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Posted in: Postmaster arrested for allegedly raping two 13-year-old girls See in context

[13-year-olds don't make good decisions and 58-year-olds should not be taking advantage of this.}

Excellent Observation.

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Posted in: Japan business lobby chief supports separate surnames for spouses See in context

Change names or not first start promoting women in workplaces. Making Power Points day in day out is not beneficial to the organization nor the women.

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Posted in: Postmaster arrested for allegedly raping two 13-year-old girls See in context

Another sad incident, not blaming these kids why go to a hotel with a stranger whether you met online or in person? the guy is a pedophile and perhaps there more victims of this guy out there. .

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Posted in: Japan slips into recession, becoming 4th-largest economy, behind U.S., China and Germany See in context

Does these Measurment's really matter bearing in mind Japan quality of life is higher than all those 3 top nations?

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Posted in: Japanese pitcher Shintaro Fujinami finalizes $3.35 million, 1-year contract with New York Mets See in context

“Fujinami was never a good fit for MLB. He's got great speed on the fastball, but even in Japan he had very poor control. Maybe the Mets think they can help him develop his fundamentals from the ground-up, because otherwise he's a big liability. That lack of consistency will not fly in MLB, where teams and farm systems are deeper than in Japan and there are plenty of other players just waiting for the chance to replace you if you can't cut it.”

Just curious is your judgement better than the Mets scouts? Why so much negativity! Don’t even give the guy a chance.

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Posted in: U.S. supports Japan's push for talks with North Korea, envoy says See in context

“U.S. supports Japan's push for talks with North Korea, envoy says.”

Talking like grown ups is the mature way forward.

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Posted in: Sakurajima volcano erupts See in context

Mother Nature strong, loving but ruthless as always.

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Posted in: Are we about to find out moon's origin? Japan's space agency says it may now have clues See in context

“Someone should have googled before sending a spaceship there. It's common knowledge the moon is made from a large impact to the earth which pushed material into space and eventually formed the moon.”

With all respect whoever theorized on large impact on earth was spewing garbage. Like we have vegetable gardens so do they Almighty have a place where every planet was/ is designed and if I haven’t been there I would not dare say it with 100 percent confidence that most of these theories are garbage.

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Posted in: Trump stands by NATO remarks; says Putin 'not a fan of mine' and also insults Haley See in context

“Trump doesn't have much going for him. The border mainly. Not abortion or book banning. Looks to stir up his MAGA gang with NATO remarks.”

But at least not getting off stage like my uncle sweet old demented Joe.

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Posted in: Teen arrested over murder of parents in Kanagawa Prefecture See in context

Sad story!

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Posted in: Are we about to find out moon's origin? Japan's space agency says it may now have clues See in context

“According to the “giant-impact” hypothesis, the moon is believed to have formed as a result of the Earth colliding with another planet, and a smaller mass spinning off of them.”

Then what a perfect randomness!!! If the so called scientists can’t figure out whether they evolved from monkeys or creationism. How they gonna figure it out about the moon?

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Posted in: Osaka advances as Gauff, Jabeur dumped out of Qatar Open See in context

Good job Naomi enjoy the game.

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Posted in: Do you spend more time on social media than ideally you would like? See in context

Cigarettes, alcoholism, social media all in the same bucket of addiction.

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Posted in: Marathon world record-holder Kelvin Kiptum dies in car crash in Kenya See in context

My your soul Rest In Peace Kelvin Kiptum.

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Posted in: Japan making 'concrete' efforts toward summit with N Korea: Kishida See in context

“Still Putin's War. As an American, you ought to be able to understand that.”

The fact remains this war was avoidable, if the far left progressive liberals didn’t push their uncle joe to arm Ukrainian we couldn’t be where we are now.

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Posted in: Japan making 'concrete' efforts toward summit with N Korea: Kishida See in context

"I believe it is extremely important for me to take the initiative and build a relationship" with Kim, Kishida told a parliamentary session. "I have to refrain from going into details, but I am constantly working (on North Korea) through various channels."

Very good! PM Kishida for take the initiative. Just look at the results of Joe's pride and ego, a prolonged conflict between Russia and Ukrain.

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Posted in: Japan OKs new foreign trainee program to attract more workers See in context

"The problem is not with immigrants per se. Regulated and controlled immigration is what is the issue. When immigrants come in reasonable numbers, integrate into the society, adopt the culture, and take citizenship to become true members of the society, there is no complaint. Such immigrants enhance a society. But what we are seeing is an intentional Cloward–Piven move to use immigrants to overwhelm Western countries in an effort to destabilize them. This only serves to destroy a society. This is unacceptable to Japan and so Japan intentionally drags its feet on opening the floodgates wide open like the West. Good for Japan I say."

EXACTLY!!!

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Posted in: COVID patients again rising in Japan; experts warn of 10th wave See in context

The Covid-19 solution is very simple yet hard to implement. Yes shots and boosters works but for a short time. The only long term solution we have is to stop completely experimenting and killing bats.Only then they will stop killing us.

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Posted in: Japan OKs new foreign trainee program to attract more workers See in context

"The new program will continue to restrict which types of jobs are available to foreign trainees, as the conservative governing party remains reluctant to allow a more open immigration policy."

Is this really necessary! Better keep your opinions to yourself. The only thing this ovacado toast generation is good at is yellow journalism.

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Posted in: Acclaimed Japanese conductor Seiji Ozawa, who led the Boston Symphony Orchestra, dies at 88 See in context

Rest zin Peace Seiji Ozawa! You set a good example of greatness.

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Posted in: Kishida pledges to provide Africa with support for food security See in context

"So...how many countries in Africa will Japan be providing food assistance to ?"

Food assistance means various thing. It might be in new farming methods, resilient seeds, improved farming tools etc. You just need to look how productive small rice farms are in Japan. To realize how crucial new farming ways are needed in Africa

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Posted in: N Korean leader Kim vows to 'put an end' to South if attacked See in context

He said He did He said he did that's what we call news now day's pathetic!!!

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