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Posted in: U.S. airlines say COVID-19 variants aren't hurting bookings See in context

great, go to travel and spread the variants, cause that's what the vaccines are doing, creating variants, then new vaccines will put on market then new variants will appear and so on, McAffee and pc viruses showed the way.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 1,832 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 4,943 See in context

the rising in numbers is due to Delta variation

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current vaccines don't protect from Delta variation (neither will do from Epsilon, Beta, Gamma, Theta and so on)

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vaccination is pointless, variations are coming out because the vaccines force the virus to a mutation and so now we have Delta, Epsilon and start learning the Greek alphabet

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Posted in: NHL calendar includes break for Beijing Games: report See in context

To note, the Phenonix Suns have one player in the finals and the Millwakee Bucks have 2. After finishing their game 7 (great series by the way) the players will fly out to Japan and have maybe 3 days and 1 full practice with Team USA before it’s game against France….not the best for recovery or health.

Bucks in 6 ;)

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Posted in: The new kids on their blocks at the Tokyo Olympics See in context

Love all those sports but don't think they belong in the Olympics. Sports inflation is one reason the cost of hosting the Games has skyrocketed. Clean house: eliminate all sports that were not in the, say, '32 Olympics.

why not in 1896 at this point ? lol

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Posted in: The new kids on their blocks at the Tokyo Olympics See in context

Are you capable of surfing or skateboarding?

of course he doesn't, if not he would have not written that

criticizing snowboard to be a sport when biathlon is part of the winter olympics, compare who goes skiing and shooting targets on weekends with who takes a board and go down a hill, which is the more popular actually ?

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Posted in: Japan to issue vaccine passports free of charge See in context

so if I don't get vaccine I am forced to live here forever, I can't visit my family, I can't visit my wife's family.

It's an open air jail and people looks like is happy for this, the most unconstitutional thing ever made by every state, human beings have lost their freedom of travel.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 716 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 1,881 See in context

was in Roppongi last night myself - every single bar open and tons of people about.

included you

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Posted in: Stop politicizing origin tracing of COVID-19 See in context

CCP propaganda piece. China needs to come clean on Covid19 's origins and the role of the WIV.

you should check dr. Fauci connection with Wuhan laboratory

and dr. Fauci is not a communist chinese but a citizen of united states of america

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Posted in: Stop politicizing origin tracing of COVID-19 See in context

one of the deadliest pandemic ?

less than 4 million people died, go check how many people died for spanish flu in the beginning of XX then come back and write a correct article....

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Posted in: Doves and fighter jets: China's Communists mark their centenary See in context

That's correct. The CCP replaced "communism" with "nationalism" to keep the populace together. And being that China is a socialist state, they have become National Socialists. In other words, Nazis.

a country is communist or socialist, another example of clearly ideas about communism....

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Posted in: Doves and fighter jets: China's Communists mark their centenary See in context

Apparently Eisen is unfamiliar with China or even a single Chinese national.

if you think soviet union communism (or actual north korea communism) is the same as Xiping communism, well, you are clearly confused about communism

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 673 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 1,751 See in context

the Debbie Downers here downvote anything remotely positive & uplifting.

they’ll be heartbroken when this pandemic is over

I give you an upvote as most of the positive comments :)

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Posted in: Ugandan Olympic team member tests positive for coronavirus upon arrival in Japan See in context

A member of Uganda’s Olympic team has tested positive for the coronavirus and was barred entry into Japan

stay home, stay safe :D

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Posted in: Ugandan Olympic team member tests positive for coronavirus upon arrival in Japan See in context

just another example of the uselessness of vaccines :P

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Posted in: I felt that the vaccination schedule wasn't advancing and that if I were in Japan, I wouldn't know when I could get vaccinated. See in context

So he jumps on a plane 'in a pandemic' and travels across the ocean to another massive city full of people completely exposing himself to the virus all along the way...

Then he goes back the other way again potentially bringing in new 'variants' because the vaccines don't stop transmission.

Well done, dude. Really smart move instead of waiting a few weeks in your apartment where you're in all likelihood working from home as a programmer while you order shopping online

this is the result of daily mass media work : people brainwashed

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Posted in: Female worker being held hostage at internet cafe in Saitama See in context

Yeah, the place has a reputation. But you are not making friends if you are in a pub and talk about ださいたま and it turns out your neighbour is from there.

surely is better (and safer) than walking in Roppongi or Kabukicho

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Posted in: Bear shot dead after rampaging through Sapporo See in context

who keeps asking "why why why" or "poor bear" probably never had a chance to face a bear in real life

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Posted in: Gov't to begin issuing vaccine passports in July See in context

vaccine passport, a great example of discrimination in XXI century

now downvote me all, as usual

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Posted in: Japan to provide greater COVID vaccine support to foreign residents See in context

I assume the picture on the front page today contains a sign saying something about a vaccination center. Would it have been so difficult to have the the words "Vaccination Center" written on it so at least those folks who do not read Japanese know they are in the right place?

the picture is so easy to be understood :

first line, something in Tokyo

second line, there is something big related to a center

go straight for the acceptance

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Posted in: Japan to provide greater COVID vaccine support to foreign residents See in context

English is the de-facto business language of the world, but nobody can speak it here, especially all the zombies that work in the city halls, and immigration departments.

another great example of arrogance

you can back to your country if you dont like all those "zombies that work in the city halls"

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Posted in: Japan to provide greater COVID vaccine support to foreign residents See in context

thanks to the government for the effort

but I don't need vaccine, no problem

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Posted in: Just how many seasons does Japan really have? See in context

just two : windy days and not windy days (from july to august)

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Posted in: China cautions G7 that 'small' groups don't rule the world See in context

Like Taiwan? So that must be why China is trying to unilaterally expand its territory in all directions.

at least they don't expand their influence by using World War I and II as the great united states of freedom and democracy america did.

Ask in Syria, Lybia, Yemen, Afghanistan, Lebanon, all countries bombed by the mighty U.S.A.

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Posted in: China cautions G7 that 'small' groups don't rule the world See in context

The G7 is just a rich elitist club that think they rule the world.

G7 countries represent a fraction of the world's population but cause the most environmental damage and start almost all the wars.

the shame is that you got 11 negative votes and just 2 positives, included mine

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Posted in: China cautions G7 that 'small' groups don't rule the world See in context

china + india + indonesia + nigeria = half of population on planet Earth

so in the end they are right, countries from G7 don't even reach 1 billion people and they pretend to rule the world...

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Posted in: Bored Games: Aussie softball team finds Olympic bubble challenging See in context

they came to Japan for olympic games of for tourism ??? lol

and why aussies have been allowed to come to Japan one month earlier ? Usually athletes arrive just 7-10 days before the event starts.

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Posted in: Japan considers vaccinating all 70,000 Tokyo Games volunteers See in context

I feel sad for them

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Posted in: China accuses U.S. of politicizing Winter Olympics as boycott talk mounts See in context

Good. China's atrocities against the Uighurs cannot be ignored. If countries do not boycott Beijing, individual athletes should consider doing so.

I hope a lot of countries will boycott L.A. 2028, people cannot ignore atrocities made by unites states of america in Yemen, Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq, Lybia of forget all the people died due to bombs in Serbia

and from now to 2028 I'm sure the great US Army will keep going in killing people.

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Posted in: Are you in favor of vaccination passports for international travel? See in context

There is virtually no risk. Literally 1 in a million and that is only with the AZ vaccine and only in certain age brackets.

And international travel is not a right. Don't want to get vaccinated? Fine, but you don't fly internationally.

And the vaccine prevents severe illness and death. You can still become infected and spread the virus, but the odds of becoming infected if you come into contact with an infected person drops something like 80-95% depending on the vaccine. In addition, you will shed much less virus for a shorter period of time, meaning you are less contagious.

Like it or not, vaccine passports (much like vaccination records for childhood illnesses at US Universities) are inevitable eventually.

disinformation at its best

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