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Posted in: 6 Dr Seuss books won't be published for racist images See in context

These books titles must/should be on shelves for the public to make up their own mind decide whether to purchase or not. 

What has 21st century democracy choice come to, the fear that the public being allowed to review a American native subject, that could be construed in a modern day political culture that prefers to cancel opinion?

Exactly

Yeah, exactly… No.

This isn't really democracy, but it is dollars. It's getting too pricey to keep up with the fossils. Now that the world isn't flat anymore, it's real hard to come by a proper book that doesn't lie to you about the truth of the earth is round.. So retarded is a word, so what.. I don't see anyone taking it out on their nearest cripple just cause they read some word on a website or going all psycho and burning down the cartoon studio cus they watched it in a movie or marching on a white house cus the q told me so..

Cancel away. Freedom of speech.

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympics add 12 women to executive board to reach 42% See in context

Naw. I like my version. It kicks as on this boring cleaned up version.

sorry "not sori" Mori was forced to play petty games after trashing half of humanity.

Essentially, he said they are better seen than heard.

Now all the decisions are made, it's circus time! He's lined up his yes-femmes to

take a cut of the people's welfare checks and handle the cleani- hoeing of the

Looters Don't Pay, party line.

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Posted in: Attacks against Asian Americans in U.S. intensify a year into pandemic See in context

@Fighto: You totally missed the point.

Reading. Try it. You'll like it.

Fellas - Im not sure the article has any stats on whether this uptick is the fallout from "PROPA-MAGA". But if it smells like BS and "makes everything about race all the time". . . well Sure you are bud.

"It does mention the attacker in the case discussed was a Latino...... anecdotally I have seen a few reports that the attackers in some cases at least are African Americans (or at least Black people)"

Yep. Just like I always say.. about race.

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Posted in: Osaka beats Brady to win her 2nd Australian Open title See in context

Yes Yes, beautiful athlete!

if your mix, if your a foreigner, You have No Love or Patriotism for Japan! She is supposed to represent Japan on the World stage, Yet No Love for this country and its people.

What in the Edo era?

Go on Daimyo tell us how you really feel… Who needs brains these days when we've got retro wisdom speaking for all. While your'e at it, tell me, who died and made you king of Japanese Culture?

I'll wait.

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Posted in: Mori resigns over sexist remarks: Hashimoto being considered to replace him See in context

Don't get it. He said when there are women at meetings, it takes more time. When one woman raises her hand to talk, other women also want to talk, it's their competitiveness.

What's wrong with that?

Nothing is wrong with it If you are a rational thinking person who treats everyone equal. 

However the problem arises as it's a criticism of women and in any form that is not allowed by lefties. We have to treat women differently than men, if you have the audacity to try to treat women equal to men (logistically try to organise time slots and give each person the same allotted time to talk) then you are a misogyinst dinosaur and must be removed.

“On reflection,’ Crake said to Frey, as they huddled behind an upturned table,

‘this wasn’t one of your better plans.”

―Chris Wooding,The Iron Jackal

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Posted in: Mori to resign over sexist comments; Kawabuchi, 84, tipped to replace him See in context

Karma.

Yesterday it was …

"He is a walking dictionary of the Olympics and he knows everything about the last eight years," said a senior member of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party involved in the Tokyo Olympics, explaining why Mori still enjoyed strong support from government officials.

Mori's strength as the chief of the Tokyo 2020 committee comes from his experience as a prime minister and longtime ruling party powerbroker.

"Things function smoothly thanks to Mr. Mori," the party source said.

Another source, a mid-level employee at the organizing committee, said many felt that only Mori had the kind of clout to call up governors and ministers to pave the way for the postponed Games.

"There is a sense within the organizing committee that we might not be able to do it without the president," the source said.

Today…

RUH ROH…

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Posted in: Olympic organizers apologize to volunteers over Mori's remarks See in context

Mike JamesToday  12:21 pm JST

First, I can't stand his comments. Let's get it out of the way. Through the years, he has insulted and embarrassed just about everyone on earth in one way or the other. Here is what they don't tell you.

Oh Yea? They don’t say it?

So how’d you just pass out a link to what they didn't say? 

I can't tell if it's sarcastic. Is it a sobb story? You want us to pity this guy?

Or maybe, it got paid for by Mori’s own Kano institute ( help myself to $1.3 million slice of the Tokyo bid committee budget) and single associate.

Then again… didn’t you guys just close shop for good? 

You are going to get some of that USD 1.3Million to the hard working volunteers he just trashed?

As, you know… a little yen trickle down off the blue pant leg. Or how about a Steak at Sugar’s?

I bet that day is coming soon… any day now ya? 

I gotta admit… you kinda had me going there for 1/2 a sec… what a hard hitting combo of an opening. 

Maybe you can't stand the rough talk but you're sure standing for the grift and the graft pretty good!

If you had any weight at all, you’d stop pretending he’s some anti-hero, of the less than fortunate.

“Oh, if we'd only look past his prickly cohones. You see It’s just he’s so old… he’s born this way… his wife has him on liquid diet since last week!! …one time he stood up for little guys in the country someplace… 

This isn’t about bad timing or some hard luck, boy in rags to rich goon story!

He's the victim. Yea right. Please, where haven’t I heard this kinda take before? 

Hate to tell ya, It’s not 1940 either.

This fossil-guy has a real attitude.. and worse. He’s one of them- say it with me now… Looting Does Pay! 

So do me a favor, stop preaching to volunteers about being wussies.

Stop telling them to forget about their rights to basic respect.

And give me a damn good reason they should vote for all the devils who aren’t angels just like back in hokuriku and nihonkai back in the 30s. Stop telling them to go on and take one for the boss and another one for the neighbor who loves this guy. And always never remember to forget…

these Looters Don’t ever want to Pay. 

Get him outta there. If he loses he loses. Nothing to do with volunteers or anyone else. End of story.

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Posted in: Pandemic reveals hidden poverty in wealthy Japan See in context

Or get off your butts and do your real patriotic duty and vote another way.

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Posted in: Pandemic reveals hidden poverty in wealthy Japan See in context

I often blame the Japanese people for allowing many LDP cronies in office who selling out Japan for rich foreign investors. However, the case for Japan is quite difficult as the USA has been keeping the claws on Japan, so the country must accelerate the neoliberalization. 

Oh yea?? How about, learning using some of that self-defense for a change? Instead of excuses and

whining about it like a–

If there weren't so many Looting (sure) Does Pay party members on the take, things have changed a long time ago. But this is now. The middle of that worst-ever pandemic. Worst in the last– oh yea, there was that Enron thing. That happened…

Difficult? Impossible? These Neolibs are all about just owning everything or giving it away to their besties with benefits both ways. Never paying full prices, always getting discounts and their "aid".

Yea, that's such a "fair fight". So many people just go with the marketing. Flashy suits and drivers.

Keep voting the same way. Insane. Same Looters year after year like always. What do you think? "One day some of that trickle will drip down a fancy tailored blue navy suit pant leg and shower me in the face too?

Once that happens, I'll be all rich like they are!" The make it rich J-American Dream is here too!

Until your turn comes, just button it. Empty your piggy bank for the Looters and take your economic beatings like the proud warriors you are.

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Posted in: Ex-farm minister Yoshikawa indicted without arrest on bribery charge See in context

Takamori. Art of the Steal. What a coincidence. Another L D P.. what's that again?

Oh yea, Loot Don't Pay!

Let's Party Member.

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Posted in: Japanese cheerleaders lift spirits amid pandemic See in context

Yea, yea, I too can understand appreciation for babe watching.

Esp in uniforms for the men in trains. And hey it's a pandemic

rager, after 8pm, those trains won't pack themselves...

Why not give it their all, right.

But then I hear, "panic sheering and fear mongering?"

What the hell are you on? Must be some pretty hard stuff.

Isnt it obvious? People need tests, they need cash in hand.

They get paid and real value for their hard earned tax dollars and

therell be more cheer in these streets than you can shake your moneymaker at,

I can guarantee you that much.

So uh, tear downs and fear mongers, hey? Just- how about you sharing some of that…

whatever it is your smoking there bud?

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Posted in: I do feel like I want to cooperate with coronavirus prevention measures, but if I close at 8 p.m. I can't run a business. See in context

The virus doesn’t get up at 8 p.m. and is only then starting it’s unhealthy activities only in smaller shops, restaurants or izakaya and only until next morning 5a.m.

Finally. This is how to make sense! You know what, here’s an idea sugar-Sori..

Seeing as the virus is probably tired by now after all the distancing and masking, it’s probably lazy. I’ll bet it’s only looking for victims during rush hour these days. And since we all know the weak and the tired won’t be staying out past last train- dammit sugar, you gotta tell all the businesses they can only open AFTER 8pm. That’ll fix fix it.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 522 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 2,414 See in context

AgentX

Even with my extra steps realize I’m not a hundred percent safe until everyone gets on board this virus is real and can be deadly.*

You must be a lot of fun at parties!

Why- you must be a lot of fun at funerals.

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Posted in: Disney's 'Peter Pan,' 'Aristocats,' 'Dumbo' get racism advisories See in context

A decent movie- “sexist, racist, freedom, homophobic, islamophobic, antisemetic content please”.

Hahaha.

I get it! I get it!! This is So how they whine! Whiners. See how the whine. Emotionally Paranoid androids.

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Posted in: Subway bad manners See in context

However designed this looks like a fan of Archie or Blondie comics.

I totally see what you mean. Really reminds me of the master illustrator, Herge. Remember Tintin in the congo. Has a bit of that old european classic comic feel.

As for this

…Japanese would never do these sorts of things on trains, would they!

And that

First thing I saw was 1-5 is foreigners 6 is japanese.

Never forget - - they look animeand not of any race. Brighter colors probably to save on ink and create contrast, they don't really harp on being pc to purposefully do something for the sake of it. I mean c'mon. Obviously the artist is a big fan of the gaijin masters.

And - - character design is about ideals. So it reflects idealized beauty standards like big eyes, tiny mouth and nose, light skin, very thin long legs, etc. Background art and themes aside, it's not supposed to represent reality. Tell me I'm wrong.

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Posted in: Marseille allege Neymar made racist remarks toward Japan's Sakai See in context

Thats it Fighto! Monies and Flag Wavery.

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Posted in: Osaka edges Doi in 3 sets at U.S. Open; Djokovic advances, Gauff ousted See in context

Err -O light of the world… that's supposed to be some 'genius' take? Shade for the tennis star? Jeesu- I mean, for christsak- lighten up already. And yes, your'e totally wrong. I do fully agree with the Grommit however that she is NOT a genius. Absolutely RIGHT! She's more like… a Young Genius+ProdigyXMaster of her sport. Don't let lord latin sunbeam bring us down.

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