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Posted in: Tokyo health officials ask over 800 theatergoers to get tested for coronavirus See in context

Ask? Is that an Urge?

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Posted in: Japan defense review slams China's virus 'disinformation' See in context

Think both governments need each other to prop up their disingenuous attempts at friendship. I can only say people like each other governments don't.

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Posted in: Washington team to retire Redskins name and logo See in context

Is it so hard to understand that in 2020 that's not a cool branding, it's a sports team not a must live or die decision. I absolutely applauded this decision, if the fans are not happy then support another team. Or wait for the new brand.

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Posted in: Japanese hospitals cut staff bonuses as coronavirus drives them into the red See in context

Kohakuebisu not sure about that, what other advanced countries? Japan's system is without a pandemic functionality working. Its costs every tax payer a lot, so should work well. One or the reasons for not testing was it would overwhelm the health care system. The lack of staff the abysmal poor pay and conditions are not what I want when forced to pay for it. Look I think it works when in dire straits, although my daughter needed an ambulance and we were waiting for 20min while they phoned hospitals. The system sucks. I took her in our car. The system is too complicated takes too long. The ambulance crew could do nothing but watch me take her to hospital, that's their job! Never trust the system you will be dead before it functions.

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Posted in: Japan Sumo Association to allow fans for July tournament See in context

Greed an unwillingness to change adapt its doomed. Hell a man having a heart attack in the ring the first responders were women and they yelled at them, its 2020. Get over it and adapt or beat me to death with a bear bottle.

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Posted in: Japanese hospitals cut staff bonuses as coronavirus drives them into the red See in context

@Black Sabbath we pay mandatory health insurance tax, it should be that money is spent on health care that is well subsidised. The government flings so much money on non beneficial waistful projects. And cut spending on things that need spending. If medical staff can't actually be paid appropriately for their skills cutting their bonus is not just mean spirited but obscene.

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Posted in: Olympics must go ahead next year as symbol of overcoming COVID-19, Koike says See in context

They might come but have to lock down for weeks when they get home. Not the holiday I'd want.

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Posted in: Olympics must go ahead next year as symbol of overcoming COVID-19, Koike says See in context

Think Aly all involved in this travesty have well and truly displayed their imbacilc personality, greed to an extent that's offencive.

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Posted in: Olympics must go ahead next year as symbol of overcoming COVID-19, Koike says See in context

Must go ahead? Why? It's over. Just cash for the same people, and Fuckashima? Isn't that/wasn't that the whole point of having the Olympics being held in oppressive heat and humidity...the whole whole enterprise started in greed and madness looks like it will end the same way.

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Posted in: Japanese hospitals cut staff bonuses as coronavirus drives them into the red See in context

I can't believe this, it's not like a hospital is not needed although their Buisness model is obviously disfuncianal and that appears to be the problem we pay tax for health insurance where did that go? These people get peanuts for what we assume is an essential service that we fund....now reduced bonus their bonus is also essential as it's the only way to make ends meet. Just when you think the government is vile they take to a new level. Education, health that's what they need to worry about, I did assume I pay tax for that.

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Posted in: Tokyo shares jump on hopes for COVID-19 treatment See in context

Hope springs eternal.

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Posted in: Abe visits rain-hit Kumamoto to assess damage See in context

He must really want to support his tax dodging friend to continue wearing such a stupid mask, must be a serious Bromance. But love is love.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 119 new coronavirus cases; 1st time below 200 in 5 days See in context

So over 50 cases was alarming,and a cut off point but now a quantifiable statistic is as vagu as a unicorn. Having a system that doesn't actually investigate cause of death ( life insurance from 7-11) and the disbanding of the expert Pannel...not a proactive good look.

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Posted in: Abe visits rain-hit Kumamoto to assess damage See in context

He is so funny, tinny mask ( still have seen nobody wearing one) doing absolutely nothing you have to love him and his suit. He has lost all interest in doing his job? As a leader well for 8 years my dog has done better.

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Posted in: Kelly Preston, actress and wife of John Travolta, dies at 57 See in context

I'm not far away from 57.

My wife and I had big talk about whose going to die first. Me of cousre I lose my weirdly named permanent visa after two weeks I have to flee Japan.. It must be heartbreaking to suddenly have your partner die. And at 57 it's not actually that old. It's sad for anyone.

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Posted in: UK aims to strike trade deal with Japan by end of July See in context

Not going to happen in a hurry. It's not time is on your side it's more to do everything to avoid the population from realising there is actually nice foods, not just curry rice. Or bland sliced cheese. The JA will fight any opening of markets.

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Posted in: Elvis's only grandson dies at 27 See in context

I could reel off a list of artists or family who have killed themselves. But what's the point? It's a burden that makes them as creative as they are but also crippling to their feelings of comefort. Self worth. If you don't like what's on TV change the channel don't like your life change it. It's Suprising. And those that love you will support you.

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Posted in: Skin trouble on rise as face masks become essential See in context

Bit of an aversion to silk, jumped into bed and shoot out the other side, it hurt. Silk underpants silk sheets not as sexy as you might imagine. A mask? Just more danger.

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Posted in: New Zealand mosque gunman to represent himself at sentencing See in context

Well he looks like a happy Chappy, he should get used to it things are not going to get better. I would suggest avoiding anyone with a broom, Jeffery Damlier would up vote me for that advice.

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Posted in: Japan may still build Aegis Ashore despite reports of cancellation See in context

@Tiring yes I know that I've been there, my point is they have avoided two world wars, by not getting involved. It's just an idea that Japan could at least try to be neutral. Arm up but neutral. It's not like Japan has a plethora of natural recorces coverted by anyone. Japan's neighbors are just out for payback, is it so hard to say genuinely sorry about our past? Let's remember and move on? Or is the loss of face just too big a burden.

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Posted in: Skin trouble on rise as face masks become essential See in context

Thank god I sent the Abe masks back

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Posted in: New Zealand mosque gunman to represent himself at sentencing See in context

He killed 51 people because they held a belief he didn't like. He went to the trouble of travelling to another country to kill them. He is a total nut. He even live streaming his brutal murders. His sentence is locked up for life trying to survive in a multicultural prison space with out a gun....good luck with that.

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Posted in: Japan may still build Aegis Ashore despite reports of cancellation See in context

Just an idea, and using The Swiss as an example they didn't get involed in not one but two world wars. Obviously with Japan's history and leadership that's a tall order but one day I hope Japan can relax be at peace. Fight wars not war.

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Posted in: Skin trouble on rise as face masks become essential See in context

Freind visited me he is required to wear a mask all day, his face was an advertisement for middle age hormonal imbalance. Luckily for me I only wear one when shopping and after 30min, my wife sends me to the car, I get too stressed and uncomfortable. Might be the shopping too.

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Posted in: Bread subscription service excites foodies across Japan See in context

I have to say it does not sound appealing. As for bread any supermarket in NZ, Australia has a 8-10meter shelves just for different breads. Europe has so many types of breads. I have a local bakery that trained in Europe so they have interesting wares on offer. But try to get something bigger than your hand? I have had a white loaf from the supermarket and as a joke never opened it to see how long it would last 8months latter is exactly the same so I'm guessing it contains no yeast at all.

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Posted in: Japan may still build Aegis Ashore despite reports of cancellation See in context

Doesn't matter if it works, it's just the same grubby people gagging at the tax payer pockets. Cancelled...just a minute we can spend even more if we build off shore platforms. Or place them in a spot that has no roads no bridges now that's a construction boom. Same people making money that always do. There is no trickle down, just missing billions.

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Posted in: Ghosn says he is helping everyone who stood by him See in context

Don't pray usually but I pray for Kelly, he has absolutely no chance. Prosecutors are going to dace around in their underwear at the chance to get at least one gaigin on the behalf of Nissan executives who "Suprisingly" have immunity. A normal person would be embarrassed at the obvious nature of procedures but not Japanese justice.

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Posted in: Mixed reaction from Hong Kong expats to UK visa offer See in context

Freedom is a personal thing, my life is upto me, everyone have their versions if they are happy living under/ with a social points system good for them. Me I change the channel when I'm not happy, it's my choice no one else's.

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Posted in: 35 years after Live Aid, Bob Geldof assesses personal toll See in context

He spoke about something others would not, if you as he did just one thing in your life just one thing an absolute hero.

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Posted in: With one year to go, experts warn of high-risk Tokyo Olympics See in context

Think the Olympics is dead, everything now is just a death convolution. The only people pushing it are those same people who made huge money from an event that didn't happen and will probably never happen.

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