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Posted in: Japan's 2nd state of emergency met with public indifference See in context

Japans transportation system is built around crowds of people crammed together in close quarters. Unlike Koike, people have to work to survive. It’s easy for privileged government executives to brow beat the average citizen and not be required to follow the same rules they nag others to follow.

This is all about changing and adapting, it is inevitable, there will be no going back. Leaving the city for something new might be a good option.

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Posted in: Japan's 2nd state of emergency met with public indifference See in context

Sorry, not gonna live out my life on the couch glued to my smartphone and eating Uber delivered Styrofoam crap.

You don't have to, get rid of the couch and buy a zabuton, turn the phone off and create something, go to the store and buy nice ingredients, get to know yourself and cook an amazing meal. That will certainly keep you occupied for a few weeks. Thats part of the solution.

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Posted in: Japan to halt entry of all nonresident foreign nationals See in context

People at the moment are not really interested in Japan anyway. No big deal.

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Posted in: Twitter chief says Trump ban admits 'dangerous' precedent See in context

Never used Twit and never will. 

The fact Trump is now “Banned” just shows you the extent you are now being 

controlled...time to pull the plug on all this crap and get back to a Non-Internet based life.

The problem is, are you CAPABLE of that?

Perfect!

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Posted in: Twitter chief says Trump ban admits 'dangerous' precedent See in context

He is only talking like this because his stock shares will be flushed down the toilet soon.

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Posted in: House impeaches Trump after U.S. Capitol siege; his fate in Senate hands See in context

After decades of policies based on fraudulous trickle-down economics, tax breaks for the richest people only and Citizens United, it's mind-boggling to still see people somehow accusing the democrats of being controlled by "Wall Street and corporations". Some people live in bizarro world, apparently.

Wall Street has become a big source of campaign cash for the party. The second biggest Democratic donor is a hedge fund guy, too. He's Donald Sussman of Paloma Partners. In this election, people who work in finance have given $57 million to Biden and just $13 million to Trump.

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Posted in: Japan to halt entry of all nonresident foreign nationals See in context

There must be something in the water in here that makes all the posters debate just like the politicians in Japan.

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Posted in: House impeaches Trump after U.S. Capitol siege; his fate in Senate hands See in context

Just watch how the government and the people turn on Biden when his moderate agenda insults the people that voted him in.

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Posted in: House impeaches Trump after U.S. Capitol siege; his fate in Senate hands See in context

If you're implying democrats are known for starting wars in the middle-east, you really and urgently need some history lessons.

The Korean War began and was fought under a Democrat. It was ended by a Republican.

The Vietnam War began under one Democrat, escalated and spread beyond Vietnam under his Democratic successor, and then under a Republican. It was ended by another Republican.

It took a Republican Dwight Eisenhower to warn Americans of the corrupting power of the military-industrial complex. And it was a Democrat Bill Clinton who bombed Belgrade TV, designating journalists "legitimate targets". 

Democrats and Republicans are a part of the same war party.

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Posted in: House impeaches Trump after U.S. Capitol siege; his fate in Senate hands See in context

All designed to distract us and keep Americans on edge. Enjoy the BS show.

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Posted in: Novelist Murakami urges politicians to speak sincerely about virus See in context

Maybe he should be the prime minister.

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Posted in: Japan greets new year with crowds despite pleas from leaders to stay home See in context

And this too shall pass! Take a deep breath and be thankful for what you have. Happy new year to all !

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Posted in: Tokyo stocks seen climbing in 2021 on economic recovery from pandemic See in context

Is this headline a joke or?

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Posted in: Australia says China ban on its coal exports would be clear WTO breach See in context

When will the world learn that China is polluting the world with its horrible dis-honesty and trading principles.

They should not be allowed to trade with other WTO countries until they learn to trade by the rules.

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Posted in: Trump expected to issue flurry of pardons on way out See in context

For a being a president that is supposedly fixated on "Law and Order" he seems to be pardoning a lot of crooks. What a joke.

You have inside info on who he will pardon?

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Posted in: Declaring 'America is back,' Biden introduces nominees See in context

The president elect beat the president reject in a landslide victory.

Kind of a stretch don't you think?

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Posted in: A Grammys 'Savage': Beyonce leads with 9 nominations See in context

Beyonce was a very talented artist, singer songwriter. She has turned into an elitist brat that doesn't walk her talk. Turn the page.

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Posted in: Millions of U.S. Thanksgiving holiday travelers defy COVID-19 warnings See in context

if they get sick, hope they don't blame anyone but themselves.

They don't. They are free. You can either fight for your freedom now or cry for what you lost later.

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Posted in: Australian airline Qantas to require COVID-19 vaccination for international travelers See in context

They seem to have it together, at least better than America does.

Things are not always what they seem.

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Posted in: Facebook offers up first-ever estimate of hate speech prevalence on its platform See in context

It will be so nice when Facebook becomes obsolete!

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Posted in: Biden vows to get right to work despite Trump resistance See in context

What a bumbling mess. Biden has no compass.

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Posted in: Refusing to concede, Trump blocks cooperation on transition See in context

There is no need for a transition team yet. The media doesn't select a President, the people elect a President. The only official announcement about an election result that matters is from the head of GSA, so until the head of GSA makes a determination as to who won an election, nothing changes.

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Posted in: Trump considers how to keep up fight See in context

no wonder they achieved nothing in 4 years!!!

You're kidding right?

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Posted in: Trump considers how to keep up fight See in context

SO WHY CAN'T OUR GOVERNMENT

USE A SYSTEM FOR VOTING THAT IS JUST AS MODERN AND EFFECTIVE ?

Because elections are rigged and they always have been. Trump has just exposed it. Let's see what proof he has. We just need to be patient for a few more days.

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Posted in: Biden seeks to move quickly and build his administration See in context

70 million + people voted for Trump, they are not going away. Even Michelle Obama sent out a tweet saying it will be very difficult to get anything done unless we work with them.

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Posted in: Trump claims election being 'stolen' from him See in context

It is! Big tech, big money, big pollsters, all got it wrong. Like him or not 50 percent of America voted for him. Let wait and see.

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Posted in: Trump wins Florida; locked in other tight races with Biden See in context

Trump just got flagged on the left propaganda machine "Twitter" because he said Biden is trying to steal the election. Guess you cannot say "steal" in the Twitter-verse"

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Posted in: Trump wins Florida; locked in other tight races with Biden See in context

I would be embarrassed to be from the beautiful state of Az.

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Posted in: Trump or Biden: Americans vote for president See in context

It’s time to “Make the United States of America Sane Again”.

The USA has never been sane, she has always been a renegade country. The USA does not want to be Europe, that is why the election is so important. TRUMP wants to keep the USA's identity. In a way it is just like Japan, some people really like Japan some people don't. Japan and the USA have there own system and the rest of the world doesn't like it.

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