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Posted in: Schwarzenegger and Shriver divorce final after 10 years See in context

Who knew he's such a douche

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Posted in: Sega builds 'world’s fastest gaming PC' and giving it away for free (processor speed unknown) See in context

Wheels on PC...what a dumb idea

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Posted in: Mizuho hit by system failure again despite pledge to improve operations See in context

If it happens this often, it makes you wonder if they even have the capital reserve to make these transfers in the first place. Wonder if they prioritize business accounts over retail customers? Surprising the Japanese financial authorities even lets this go on for this long.

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Posted in: Osaka pachinko parlor offers to become public vaccination center See in context

Great idea Yakuza involvement or not

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Posted in: China’s 'Little Kyoto' shut down by government after complaints of Japanese culture invasion See in context

Interesting how some Chinese reminisce about their history by visiting "Tang" Little Tokyo. Japanese were the enemies during WW2 but can't forget it was the Communists that inflicted the Cultural Revolution.

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Posted in: Britney Spears' father files to end court conservatorship See in context

Sad truth about child stars is that most become incapable of differentiating people that really care and love them from the ones that manipulate and just want their money. Hopefully her father is the former.

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Posted in: Mizuho Bank suffers ATM glitch; 7th system failure this year See in context

Japanese government should mandate software and tech update to banks that hold x amount of public money every so many years; even phones and TVs become obsolete after so many years.

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Posted in: Nikkei ends at 6-month high above 30,000 on hopes for new gov't See in context

Hopefully not another tax raise lurking in the horizon

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Posted in: Immigration agency admits to mistreatment of Sri Lankan before her death See in context

Country run by cold-hearted people. Shame on you Japan.

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Posted in: New Orleans Jazz Fest canceled again due to COVID-19 See in context

Can't ignore the fact that most governors in red states (e.g. Florida) ignored mask mandates and shunned vaccination. Every choice results in consequences, good and/or bad.

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Posted in: Key to success of Beijing Olympics lies in China-Japan relations See in context

Despite having different ideology, China and Japan can still be respectful to each other.

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Posted in: Suga thanks people for helping to hold safe Olympics during pandemic See in context

Good job Japan for pulling off this difficult feat. Don't think it could have been done anywhere else.

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Posted in: Japan's vaccine push ahead of Olympics looks to be too late See in context

Stop being fixated on what hasn’t or should have been done. Think of ways to give at least one dose to everyone especially those who are vulnerable, medical and Olympic related. Every school or majority should hold mass vaccination on premises for students. Bad decision making or lack of , result in terrible outcomes. Japan needs to wake up and start taking action.

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Posted in: Man arrested for robbing convenience store says he did it because he was hungry See in context

This is sad. Must be hard to find work due to age stigma. Why can't Japan put all those abandoned houses to better use? Perhaps government can negotiate with owners to give up these properties in lieu of astronomical inheritance tax or property tax and build more discreet homeless shelters where people like this man can stay until he gets his footing. If he can save up some money on rent, then maybe he can afford to buy more food? Expensive housing is an universal problem.

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Posted in: Piers Morgan leaves British breakfast TV show after Meghan comments See in context

People seem to forget Megan is an actress and Morgan is a TV celebrity. They both make lots of money on creating attention and stories(fictional or not) to promote themselves. Enough said about both.

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Posted in: Chip shortage leads Japan automakers to post 4.5% slump in January global output See in context

Perhaps time for Japanese auto maker consortium to think about making own chips?

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Posted in: British Olympic rowing great Pinsent calls for Tokyo Games to be held in 2024 See in context

Thank you for the common sense suggestion.

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Posted in: Tesla CEO Musk world's wealthiest person See in context

In couple more years, run for Senate against Ted Cruz

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Posted in: Sony to buy U.S. anime giant Crunchyroll for $1.17 bil See in context

Japanese studios and companies needs to figure out how to keep ownership locally but profit globally.

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Posted in: Supermarket slip lawsuit ruling influenced by size and color of pumpkin tempura See in context

Sad ruling for Japan. People will start suing for every little liability whether it was their own fault or not. Lawyers might or might not get paid but something is better than nothing and they wouldn't know unless they sue.

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Posted in: School vice principal arrested for smearing bodily fluid on girl on train See in context

Does Japan have create a national pedophile list? If not, they should create one ASAP so these scums would not be working with children ever again

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Posted in: English mistake makes Kyoto the enemy of the world See in context

It would have been more interesting if they made it Haiku-like. It would have killed two birds with one stone; catchy and PR of Japanese culture.

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Posted in: K-pop girl band pulls video after backlash in China over baby panda See in context

It'll be great if China started caring about all endangered animals especially rhinos and elephants as much as they care for the panda(s).

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Posted in: Race to boost financial hub status intensifies among Japanese cities See in context

Japan first and foremost must invest in tech infrastructure. Finance and tech go hand in hand today. How can a country be a finance hub without ironclad secure and reliable tech infrastructure?

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Posted in: Japan urges S Korea to present solution over wartime labor row See in context

Japan must ask itself "what is the value of SK to Japan"? If not much, time to move on.

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Posted in: S Korean court to soon start weighing sale of Mitsubishi Heavy assets See in context

South Korean government becoming more pathetic by the year. Only way SK politicians including Moon can keep power is beating on Japan; it's sad that hate gains votes.

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Posted in: Guitar rock legend Eddie Van Halen dies of cancer at 65 See in context

His joy while playing his guitar was truly infectious. RIP EVH!

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Posted in: Japan, Mongolia to cooperate on 'Free and Open Indo-Pacific' See in context

Not only should Mongolia worry about the Indo-Pacific but should be worried about their own country. With so many Han Chinese living in Inner Mongolia, Mongolians and ethnic Mongolians should be careful that their country won't become another Tibet.

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Posted in: 'Fortnite' creator Epic Games gets $250 mil investment from Sony See in context

Nice forward thinking Sony. After all content is everything!

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Posted in: Japan to limit financing of overseas coal power plants See in context

By financing coal, Japan could look to itself every time a huge storm/hurricane pounds the islands. If you're not consciously taking action to curve fossil fuel dependency then you are the problem contributing to climate change.

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