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Posted in: What's your situation concerning vaccination against the coronavirus? See in context

Whether people have it or not,should not be openly put out there.Like personal questions of religion,money, your politics,sexual preference etc, having this vaccine should be private and not used against you if you don't want it.

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Posted in: Alcohol allowed but no condom distribution in Tokyo Olympic village See in context

Looks like the cleaners will have a lot of mess to clean up then.

Gonna be cleaning a lotta stinky bedsheets for their troubles.And with no tips.

I said on June 10th:

With rubbish and little English tv programming on J-tv,you're gonna ban grog at the Olympics? Ah hell no! That won't happen.

And they'll reverse the decision to ban rubbers as well.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 388 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 1,520 See in context

I’m thinking some people just had a bad cold or a dose of the flu, self-diagnose, and then say ‘I had Covid! It wasn’t that bad. What are people complaining about?’

Aren't many still doing that now? LOL two times.Some people just dying to get it.

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Posted in: Ultraconservative elected president in Iran See in context

He can't do anything of note without the Ayatollah's approval,but being ultra conservative,they'll both be on the same wavelength,ideologically,for the most part.So not good for women.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 388 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 1,520 See in context

I wonder what some people want with the daily bellyaching of low numbers count,low injection numbers or something else.If they felt so strongly about it, surely they wouldn't be coming on a website to complain? It's really getting next level nitpicking if you're just moaning.But that's what this site is for,no?

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Posted in: Nadal, Osaka both out of Wimbledon; she'll go to Olympics See in context

If she pulls out, no doubt japan will take it personally.

If she does pull out,she'd better stop representing Japan too.The backlash would be fierce.

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Posted in: Nadal, Osaka both out of Wimbledon; she'll go to Olympics See in context

What’s with her handlers & PR people?? ’They’ are creating an image of instability. Just yesterday:

Maybe Wimbledon was putting pressure on her by putting it out there publicly she was playing and the next day she let it be known she wouldn't be bullied to play when not ready.

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Posted in: Why doesn't Father's Day carry the same importance as Mother's Day? Or does it? See in context

That's an easy answer.There's not much love for fathers over here,mainly because of the wives influence(or lack thereof).

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Posted in: Bitcoin jumps after Musk says Tesla could use it again See in context

How the US financial regulators aren’t all,over this is a mystery.

The SEC are too busy harassing Ripple and dragging out their "investigation" of them to bother with Musk.

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Posted in: Djokovic, Federer, Nadal: Who's the greatest of them all? See in context

It'll be either Nadal or Djokovic by career's end.Both Nadal and Djo have beaten Fed in a final on grass,his favorite surface.Fed has not been able to return the favor on clay to Nadal.Plus in head to heads,including Grand Slams,both of them have winning records over Fed.There you have it. But if you like one player more than another,your vision will be tinted.My favorite male player is John McEnroe.

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Posted in: According to many polls, the majority of the Japanese public say they want the Tokyo Olympics to be canceled or postponed again. So why haven't opponents of the Games taken to the streets in large numbers to protest? Is it a cultural thing? See in context

In a culture that has "shoganai" as a daily lament,along with people are not threatened by it being held,stops any real protests.

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Posted in: American father, son to go on trial for helping Ghosn flee Japan See in context

Along with Kelly,the Taylors will be found guilty as charged.

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Posted in: England players booed for taking a knee despite plea by team See in context

Well they were booing because the knee taking means nothing.I stand with Wilfred Zaha on that issue.

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Posted in: Hong Kong democracy activist Agnes Chow released from jail See in context

Japan could do with a few gutsy young people like A.C. who believe in something.Until then,here won't change.Or as I call it:Japan is too middle-class to fight for real change.

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Posted in: Booing of anti-racism gesture reinforces need to take a knee See in context

The taking of the knee needs to stop.It's more token than concrete action. If the powers that be really cared like they did about the breakaway league threat,they'd crack down on racism hard.The difference is in money.No money to be made in stopping racism.P-ing off your target audience isn't in the playbook.If things were to change,it'd have to come from the players of all colors and creed.Don't hold your breathe to that reality.

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Posted in: Goldman Sachs orders U.S. staff to report Covid-19 vaccine status See in context

Don't need to be a mental heavyweight to know that they will fire staff who didn't have the experimental vaccine. The world is so wrong nowadays.

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Posted in: Australian baseball team withdraws from Olympic qualifying See in context

Baseball isn't needed for the Olympics,along with golf anyway.

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympic Village considering ban on alcohol See in context

With rubbish and little English tv programming on J-tv,you're gonna ban grog at the Olympics? Ah hell no! That won't happen.

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Posted in: NTT execs take 3-month pay cut over dining with gov't officials See in context

Japanese execs love these token 3 month paycuts as so-called penance.The jokers.

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Posted in: U.S. eases 'Do Not Travel' advisory for Japan See in context

That was quick.

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Posted in: Convenience stores have different policies on allowing customers to use their toilets. Some don't mind, while other say no because, among other reasons, customers might use the toilet to hide shoplifted items in their clothing. What's your view? See in context

It's private property.Water isn't free when flushing.If anything,charge for usage.People wanting something for nothing isn't cool.

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Posted in: Woman arrested over fatal stabbing of boyfriend See in context

What struck me in particular was the “at around 3 a.m.” part. Unless they both worked unusual hours, 3 a.m. is not normally a time you’d be having an argument.

You can bet they'd been drinking.

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Posted in: Putin says Russia ready to continue peace treaty talks with Japan See in context

Stay firm Putin--the islands belong to Russia.

Ah.A sympathizer.Wouldn't say the same thing if someone rolled up to your abode and took everything.But the benefit of having had the right privilege has gone a long way to that mindset.Well done. If nothing else,you didn't hide which this site is mainly for.

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Posted in: One year after Yokota's death, little progress on abduction issue with N Korea See in context

Like with Russia talks,there'll be no resolution.And anyone thinking otherwise is living in a fantasy land.

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Posted in: Putin says Russia ready to continue peace treaty talks with Japan See in context

Even the Japanese should know by now they're not getting the isles back.You know why? Putin changed the constitution to prevent that.All he wants from Japan is money

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Posted in: Suga likely to call snap election after Olympics, Paralympics: report See in context

He knows if there's no Olympics, he's done as the PM. Hence his willingness to hold it at any cost.

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

Too late? Really?Who'd have thought that?

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Posted in: Naomi Osaka pulls out of French Open, citing mental health issues See in context

The winner will always wonder.

The winner will be bombarded with her withdrawal questions.If she were like Nadal on clay,sure.Question marks.But then,we will never know.

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