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Posted in: U.S. Homeland Security secretary tests positive for COVID See in context

I will never be bullied or pushed to inject anything I don’t want. And anyone else thinking about it should never be pushed or bullied to take any vaccine they don’t want. Tune out the noise of the left and right, all media and consult your medical physician to make the best responsible medical decision before or if you decide to take the vaccine, never the government.

Well said. And I'll add the media and some members of society to the list of vaxx bullies.

Only take it if you personally think you need it.

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Posted in: Japanese woman finds wallet with ¥1 mil, does right thing, then something even better See in context

Well done Mikan. Gotta love Japan!

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Posted in: Vaccines, masks? Japan puzzling over sudden virus success See in context

Great news. And without hard lockdowns and mandatory vaccinations. Perhaps other nations can take note.

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Posted in: Do you believe China will try to retake Taiwan by force one day? See in context

I don't think by force. They could have tried that already if they wanted to. They'll continue diplomatic, economic and subterfuge efforts.

If the US ever collapses and loses nuclear weapon capability they might use force.

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Posted in: New Disney anime series focuses on beautiful boys living in villain-inspired magical dormitories See in context

How about happy fun stuff that the kids and the whole family can enjoy, like Disney used to make?

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Posted in: U.S. Navy says personnel who refuse vaccine will be expelled See in context

Probably better in the end for these personal, they won't get sent off to slaughter or be slaughtered in America's next unjust war.

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Posted in: COVID vaccines for kids? Strategies around the world See in context

Not for my kids.

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Posted in: COVID-19 cases plummeting in Japan; doctors puzzled why See in context

doctors puzzled why

Which proves that experts don't know everything.

We should respect them, but not necessarily blindly follow.

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Posted in: COVID-19 cases plummeting in Japan; doctors puzzled why See in context

COVID-19 cases plummeting in Japan.

Great news!

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Posted in: Tokyo court disrupted by hundreds of maskless anti-vaxxers See in context

cancel the fast-track approval granted to COVID-19 vaccines earlier this year.

Not cancel. But don't make purely voluntary, attach honest warnings and don't administer to pregnant women or those who are likely to get pregnant.

They are also opposed to the government's plan to introduce so-called vaccine passports, according to their website.

Right. No segregation in Japan or anywhere in the world please.

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Posted in: Don Quijote asks couples to refrain from breaking up in its Osaka store See in context


Rather still have an amicable relationship with an ex than be so cruel as to ignore her, or vice versa. A civilised break up is the way to go.

Well said.

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Posted in: Case involving teenage cyclist accused of reckless riding sent to prosecutors See in context

It's very encouraging to see that relatively minor issues such as this make the news in Japan. Such a great country to live in.

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Posted in: McTominay gives Scotland dramatic win; England thrash Andorra See in context

While I don't think excluding Israel and refusing to play against them is the answer, I can understand surrounding nation's feelings regarding Israel's brutal mistreatment of the poor Palestinians and the apartheid within Israel itself.

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Posted in: Sydney lockdown ends for vaccinated after 106 days See in context

Freedom from prison only for the vaccinated (Many coerced). Segregation and discrimination in Australia. Sad.

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Posted in: McTominay gives Scotland dramatic win; England thrash Andorra See in context

Why is Israel in the European qualifiers while it's neighbors are in Asian qualifiers?

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Posted in: Truck driver goes on trial over accident that killed 2 children, injured 3 others See in context

Umezawa’s co-workers said he had been drinking alcohol while on duty for the past five years and that they had repeatedly warned him against it.

His colleagues warned him. Did they report it to management? If so. what did they do about it?

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Posted in: Drug that stops ALS progression found using iPS cells from patients See in context

God bless the researchers. I hope this possible treatment works and gets approved quickly.

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Posted in: Transgender man in Japan wants switch recognized without surgery See in context


A doctor pointed out something very important on this issue. "I need to know the actual gender of the patient," he said. "A stomachache for a man may be a very different thing than a stomachache for a woman."


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Posted in: Have you had a long-term friendship, work or family relationship break down over COVID issues? See in context

So sad that some governments and media are deliberately driving a wedge between people. Don't fall for it folks.

Why all the panic and ostracisation of people who MIGHT be sick? If we exclude everyone who MIGHT be sick from society there will be no one left. Let's be reasonable.

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Posted in: Japanese teen saves elderly woman’s home from fire; credits love of anime for his heroism See in context

In a country sadly known for people not wanting to get involved in the affairs of others this is great news. Well done young man.

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Posted in: New Zealand drops 'COVID zero' goal after Delta outbreak See in context

Now she's finally being more realistic. It's just common sense that such viruses can never be fully eliminated. Put in reasonable measures to limit spread and then open the country up.

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Posted in: United Airlines to dismiss 593 workers who refused vaccines See in context

Vaccinated people can spread Covid as well. Should they get fired too?

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Posted in: United Airlines to dismiss 593 workers who refused vaccines See in context

Firing workers, some no doubt who have served the company faithfully for decades, and causing them and their families to lose their livelihoods. All because they MIGHT be sick with and MIGHT pass on a virus to others that is 99.99% curable? Terrible.

They should sue United Airlines in court for unfair dismissal, discrimination, etc.

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Posted in: Man arrested for kissing 3-year-old girl playing video game See in context

Never leave young children alone anywhere much less a busy public space filled with strangers.

Poor girl. I hope she didn't catch anything from him.

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Posted in: Japan to experiment with proof of vaccination at big sporting events See in context

Excluding people from participating in society because they MIGHT be sick and spread a disease that is 99.99% curable? This is overreach. I say 'No' to dsicrimination and exclusion based on such personal medical decisions.

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Posted in: Vaccinated Sydney residents get 'blueprint for freedom' See in context

So in Australia the government grants or withholds freedoms that should be had by every citizen by default? Crazy.

Also, shutting unvaccinated people out of society is discriminatory. Vaccinated people can spread the disease as well.

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Posted in: Man ordered to pay ¥70 mil over 2017 murder of Vietnamese girl See in context

Poor, poor girl. I cannot imagine how terrified she must have been. May God care for and confort her now.

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Posted in: Man arrested for molesting boy in game center toilet See in context

Thankfully the boy came out of it alive. I pray he recovers from the trauma.

It's absolutely vital that parents and teachers teach children to never, ever go with strangers.

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Posted in: Vaccine mandates: Is no jab, no entry into restaurants, cafes, bars, sporting and event venues discrimination? See in context

If the unvaccinated must be execluded because they MIGHT be sick then why not exclude everyone else who MIGHT be sick with any number of diseases? Every business or establishment would have to have a health marshal at the door with a loooong checklist for every customer to be interrogated on regarding their health and medical history and h health and hygiene practices.

This is getting ridiculous and dangerous.

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