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Posted in: Company to implement salad-making robots See in context

Bizarre premise. So those on already minimum wage are replaced by something costing 5 years of their wage. And requiring another 5 years of human wages to maintain. Makes sense in a world where people don’t count.

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Posted in: Mako's marriage casts shadow on imperial succession debate See in context

Stop this mystical justification for having human meat as some sort of feel good factor. They are people who are trapped by their birth into a antiquated system that abuses them. It’s not anything to be proud of. Panders in a zoo have more choices then these humans.

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Posted in: LDP to lose seats, but keep comfortable majority with Komeito: poll See in context

No no no if the LDP the only light in a darkness of a world in darkness are snuffed out, then who will protect me, who will spend my tax yen. The thought almost made me question why I live in a crap house, why I work 80hrs a week. I made cup noodles but it’s now cold my tears fell into it.

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Posted in: Kishida urges gov't panel to craft proposals for 'new capitalism' soon See in context

So instead of trickle down it will be “The Golden Shower down” Brace yourselves Tax payers there is another round of negative impact for us. From a government panel made up of people who have never had to scramble in their pockets to find that extra ¥10 to pay for a one cup noodles.

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Posted in: China-Russia flotilla displays show of force, says Japan defense chief See in context

Japan is fine, attack Japan and the US/EU/Pacific nations will intervine in such a big way that it’s just not worth it. Of course the desperation of the CCP for validity from their parents does play a part.

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Posted in: Mako's marriage casts shadow on imperial succession debate See in context

Rules can change, as they always do. What’s wrong today can be right tomorrow. They are a guideline for the present not a rule for the future.

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Posted in: China-Russia flotilla displays show of force, says Japan defense chief See in context

International waters. Japan does the same even when allies protest. Antartica anyone?

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Posted in: Company to implement salad-making robots See in context

Fast food industry next? Oh my god the thought of a robot in clown face paint taking my order, that’s going to need a whole lot of therapy to get over a happy meal.

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Posted in: Mako's marriage casts shadow on imperial succession debate See in context

Well that’s two I think three (known) female members of the imperial family with mental health issues. Think the story should focus on the toxic atmosphere the IHA and government have created for female members.

‘As for drafting in males from defunct family branches, what if they say no! They have a life and may not like the idea of being supervised their entire lives.

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Posted in: Former Princess Mako says marriage was a 'necessary choice' See in context

What an alarmingly romantic wedding day. Every princesses dream.

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Posted in: Coal-rich Australia sets 2050 net zero emissions target See in context

It was touted much lower for 2020, something must have happened $$$$$$. And as a large percentage of this goes to a country that can not be named, who has blacklisted many other products, why even pander to that country that can not be named? Stop it retrain the workers and regain some self respect.

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Posted in: Political parties promise increased child aid, but more than money needed See in context

The LDP and child friendly policies? I know a scorpion that wants to cross a river on a frogs back.

Aesop's Tales for the non readers.

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Posted in: Chinese, Taliban representatives to meet in Qatar See in context

Well China can offer millions of educated, well re-educated people, to be used as the Taliban wish. And Afghanistan can in return ramp up drug production for the west. It’s a win win there.

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Posted in: China intrigued by role of Japan's new minister for economic security See in context

We are all intrigued by this new minister’s responsibility, what will Toyota, Mitsubishi tell him, Nippon Kaigie tell them to say?

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Posted in: COVID isolation hurting Hong Kong's reputation: industry group See in context

As an occupied state it’s off the list of most travellers.

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Posted in: I think the low incidence of flu is due to diligence on the part of the public by washing their hands often and wearing face masks as precautions against the coronavirus. See in context

I have noticed no mass breakouts of Neuroviris either. Just goes to show what simple hygiene can achieve.

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Posted in: Princess Mako to only give written answers at marriage press conference See in context

I was just wondering if they had to sign a non disclosure contract? Hopefully none of the IHA brains trust thought of that! I’m actually interested (embarrassing) in her fashion choices after freedom, will it still be 1950 style? I know that’s so wrong, but I am curious. Ahhhh been here tooo long.

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Posted in: Ota gov't employees in frantic pencil-shaving spree to meet election day See in context

Convenience stores have push button screens? But an erasable pencil is deemed best for government elections.

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Posted in: Princess Mako to only give written answers at marriage press conference See in context

They really want nothing to do with Japan anymore. Just get the hell out and have a happy life in a more friendly country.

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Posted in: Giant rubber duck returns to Osaka alongside Suminoe Art Beat Fest this November See in context

I remember when it deflated in England looked like a poached egg after a few hours, that was funny.

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Posted in: Tokyo Disneyland holds first Halloween event in 2 years; admits more visitors See in context

Grow up, it’s for children!

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Posted in: Man arrested after using AI to 'destroy' censor mosaics in Japanese adult videos See in context

Good lord there are plenty of uncensored Japanese porn videos online, luckily prosecutors don’t know how to use the internet? Another stupid antiquated law. Should I have pixelated that comment?

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Posted in: Fiscal discipline kept on back burner in Japan's election campaigning See in context

When the Finance Minister was asked about Fiscal discipline, he replied “what is this fiscal discipline, of which you speak?” Looking confused and angry at the same time.

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Posted in: 47 trainee police officers punished for underage drinking, smoking See in context

NO smoking, NO Drinking,…but here strap on this gun.

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Posted in: 47 trainee police officers punished for underage drinking, smoking See in context

So 18 your an adult but not an adult adult? Old enough to vote but not drink and smoke? Shouldn’t a police officer be at least of adult, adult age to enforce the laws? Seems strange to have junior adults as police.

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Posted in: 47 trainee police officers punished for underage drinking, smoking See in context

A little draconian. You are considered an adult at 18 now isn’t it?

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Posted in: Former Prime Minister Abe becomes YouTuber See in context

It’s his only real option to speak to the people, last time he tried to directly speak to the public was Akiharbora and that ended with the crowd heckling him to the point he was almost in tears. No PM since has tried to directly speak to the people. So a slick produced YouTube video made in his mum’s basement is a good alternative for Honest Abe.

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Posted in: Former Prime Minister Abe becomes YouTuber See in context

Shouldn’t that be Former/Former scandal hit PM?

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Posted in: Kishida interrupts campaign after N Korea test-fires missile See in context

Kishida said he has instructed the government to consider all options, including allowing Japanese forces to acquire a pre-emptive strike capability. So there is a solution get more weapons and be more aggressive. And of course change the constitution so no change in Nippon Kaigie policy just ramp up the fear. Not a response to a threat more a standard response from the view point of wanting to change the constitution. Hereditary positions hereditary policies, hereditary response. Nothing new.

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Posted in: Kishida interrupts campaign after N Korea test-fires missile See in context

to deal with rising regional tensions following North Korea's test-firing of a missile earlier in the day.

and how did he exactly deal with it, the article doesn’t say?

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