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Posted in: What health risks to your skin do you need to know before getting a tattoo? See in context

Best to check your mental health first.

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Posted in: Is the all-you-can-eat KFC buffet in Tokyo really as good as they say it is? See in context

I went to the one in Osaka back in 2006 so this info is incorrect. It was up in Ibaraki-shi. I like KFC but after about my sixth or seventh piece, the smile slowly faded from my face.

2006? It must have moved then. The current one is in the Expo City shopping mall in Suita, which opened in 2015.

I've been past it many times but the line was always too long and I couldn't be bothered waiting. If someone paid for me I'd go, but wouldn't spend my own money on it.

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Posted in: One dead, 29 rescued after Australian gold mine collapse See in context

Thanks, they're alright but a bit shaken.

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Posted in: One dead, 29 rescued after Australian gold mine collapse See in context

It is very dangerous. The ground down where the rich quartz veins are is quite loose and wet, so they have to be really careful. There's loads of. gold down there and is some of the purest in the world, but is expensive to get to because they have to blast through the basalt that covers it.

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Posted in: One dead, 29 rescued after Australian gold mine collapse See in context

One of my friends works as a geologist at that mine, and finished his shift a few hours before the accident happened. He'd been down in the area where the collapse happened earlier in the day. Another friend is a paramedic who went to the scene and finished up there this morning. A very sombre mood at the site, and there wasn't anything he could do.

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Posted in: Kishida questioned over scantily clad dancers at LDP party See in context

Maybe the diversity bit was having dancers from different countries, and maybe an ugly one for good measure.

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Posted in: Spy row erupts in Australia over 'traitor' politician See in context

There must be some sweaty palms in Canberra today. Plenty of people sitting in parliament have sold out the country to foreign interests of various kinds.

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