Chizuko comments

Posted in: Teenagers make 200 final in Olympic testosterone controversy See in context

So women with a natural advantage, basically what every super elite athlete ever has, are banned yet a transgender person who competed at a high level as a man is perfectly ok…… certainly makes sense

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Posted in: Powerless and angry: Japan's anti-Olympic activists fight on See in context

When their own local governments are calling it a “soft” state of emergency and public schools are doing overnight trips and camps, how can these people complain??

swimming pools are packing people unmasked together in tight spaces, there are mini events all over the country, park parties etc.

besides, COVID doesn’t affect Japanese people like it does foreigners, wasn’t that their stance over the past year?!?

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 3,300 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 10,743 See in context

japan Is amazing, they do nothing and cases drop by a huge amount in a single day! Guess that they are right, coronavirus doesn’t affect Japanese people like it does foreigners

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Posted in: This fall is going to be insane for anime See in context

@chikatilo

there has been plenty written about the rushed ending of the manga. And most people I have spoken to who followed it were dissatisfied with the ending and the amount of story unresolved or ignored once introduced.

people have moved on to new manga/anime like jujutsu and lost interest in demon slayer.

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Posted in: This fall is going to be insane for anime See in context

Considering how slowly demon slayer merchandise is selling, more so not selling, they have foolishly missed their chance. Unless they plan on extending from the poor rushed finish of the manga that left many very disappointed, then rating will be extreme low compared to season 1

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Posted in: Olympic Village safe place to stay, Games organizers insist See in context

When there are mass camps, summer schools and events happening all over Japan, how can people really protest the olympics?

if Japan and its people had been putting in sustained efforts to eradicate the virus then I could understand the protests etc. but they are still packing trains, company and government officials still having big parties, hostess and snack bars still full till late night etc.

how many people are going to theme parks each day? Beaches are about to be packed too!

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Posted in: Under-fire Olympic composer steps down over past bullying See in context

So cancel culture is at it again…..

the comments here are ridiculous also. The guy is 52, why is he being judged and cancelled for things he did as a young teenager?

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