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Posted in: 'Flying car' makes Tokyo debut at international tech event See in context

Flying vehicles are expected to become part of the next generation of human transportation and will be effective in dealing with traffic congestion and delivering supplies to disaster areas, the Tokyo metropolitan government and other organizers said.

This is utter grotesque nonsense. No way this will become any time soon if ever a realistic mode of transportation with mass transit. This demo looks grotesque, low tech and poorly thought. This is just gimmicky.

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Posted in: Shionogi says COVID treatment did not meet endpoint in late-stage trial See in context

The Japanese government bought 2 million courses of the drug, most of which remain unused and are set to be destroyed, according to a Kyodo report this month.

And of course nobody will be made responsible of the corruption that ended costing tax payers money for a completely useless drug. This is corruption between the LDP and Japan Inc operating against the benefits of the population.

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Posted in: Switzerland's Nemo wins Eurovision Song Contest See in context

I am neither a man nor a woman

What a grotesque nonsense. Cold biological reality tells otherwise.

This dude is mentally disturbed and he needs help. The fact that mental illness is celebrated tells a lot about how bizarre the world has become.

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Posted in: Japan enacts revised law for swift removal of defamatory online posts See in context

Totalitarianism in progress hidden behind victimhood.

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Posted in: Japan saw over 16,000 deaths from COVID-19 in May-Nov 2023 See in context

Japan’s paranoia with COVID had become grotesque and the government continuing to send out there poor credible data without any peer reviewing is a pathetic try to continue to fuel fear mongering in order to give itself credibility and establish even more efficient mass controlling.

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Posted in: Japan saw over 16,000 deaths from COVID-19 in May-Nov 2023 See in context

@virusrex

You have been fueling disinformation and misinformation since 2020 and you continue with your usual nonsensical poorly written posts. I told you this many times, you have no expertise in this field, no scientific background in anything and no right to call people out who disagree with your madness. You have zero credibility in all of this, just stop. You were wrong all along.

You seem to be an unstable individual seeking validation on forums. Seek help fast, you need it.

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Posted in: Weak yen boosts tourist wallets in Japan See in context

Japan is the new Taiwan of asia. A playing ground for tourists with locals struggling with low pays and being the items in the circus.

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Posted in: Kishida deserves credit for passage of Ukraine aid: U.S. diplomat See in context

Kishida turned out to be the biggest Japanese puppet US ever had. What an imbecile. What an embarrassment for Japan and Japanese people to the carpet of US like that.

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Posted in: Sapporo sees earliest 25 C day of any year since records began See in context

Yes! This past March was one of the coldest and snowiest I have experienced in 33 years in Hokkaido.

Yeah actually the surface air temperature anomalies relative to the March average for the period 1990-2020 in Sapporo were negative. But this was of course not reported by the media driven by an agenda of ideology and fear mongering that chose to only report with big drama and with pseudo experts the narrative they fit them.

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Posted in: Japan seeks to reclaim tech edge with overseas help See in context

Japan seeks to reclaim tech edge with overseas help

Japan has never had an edge on anything. It was just good at stealing ideas and products from abroad and produce them at lower cost exactly like China did. Asian counties are not innovative, they just steal ideas and rely on a massive cheap work force to produce at big scale.

However, Japan still ranks third in the world in new patents.

China --- 38%, USA --- 18%, Japan --- 16%, S.Korea --- 10%, Germany --- 4%, France --- 2%, UK --- 1%

If it were the cumulative number of those currently in effect, Japan would probably still be in second place.

This is pointless and a grotesque argument. I work in tech and the amount of non-sense patents in the industry is just ridiculous and Japan is a big player in silly patents which will never become a product. Patents are not a proxy of innovation. Real useful products are.

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Posted in: Swiss women score landmark climate win in court decision that could ripple across Europe See in context

It almost read like a satire. A bunch of old women who all their life lived whatever the way they wanted without giving a damn about anything else and now they want to impose on others their feelings because they decided that they are scared for their health. What a bunch of hypocrites and selfish individuals.

And stupid too. Do they really think that trying to sabotage the Swiss economy and stability in a country so small will have any impact? Swiss is irrelevant in the discussion of emissions in comparison to large countries. This is so grotesque. This is what happens when we have a world that gives importance to the feelings and emotions of minorities.

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Posted in: Apple lays off more than 600 workers in California in its first major round of post-pandemic cuts See in context

Grotesque article which is plain disinformation. It’s well understood that those lay-offs are related to project reorganizations primarily with the car project which Apple recently stopped. It has nothing to do with COVID or having hired too many people during that period (actually Apple did not). Stop to always bring everything to damn COVID, this is ridiculous.

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Posted in: LDP punishes 39 members over funds scandal, urging 2 to leave party See in context

This is a joke. Massive tax payer money theft and corruption and not a single prosecution. Japan is ruled by a cast of crooks.

Compare with how others were treated even though they didn’t get a single yen in their pocket. Japan is a mafia.

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Posted in: U.S. comedian Jimmy Kimmel says he was blown away by Japan’s bathrooms See in context

Now it’s hilarious that some buffoon liberal/democrats like Kimmel praise another country now for anything really after having supported every possible policy that has put US in the state it is today including the filthiness of its cities.

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Posted in: Japan's imperial family debuts on Instagram See in context

The agency said they wanted the public to have a better understanding of the family's official duties

Which duties are they talking about? Those people are useless, they just show up somewhere and make fake smiles. They are just living a golden life with tax payers money. The instagram thing is just grotesque.

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Posted in: Driver overtime cap introduced as worker shortage worsens See in context

To be fair, French people are known for a poor work ethic and taking half their time off.

Some people really need help. They would think something or be persuaded about it without having any idea on what they are talking about. Where did you get that from? The per-hour labor productivity in France is far higher than in Japan so how do you reconcile that with your BS statement?

https://www.nippon.com/en/japan-data/h01196/

Japan has the lowest productivity among the G7 nations and this has been for decades. Speak about work ethic, huh? Stop it, you are grotesque with your laughably wrong vision of the world and your silly submission to Japan.

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Posted in: Central Tokyo logs 28.1 C on Sunday; record-high temperature for March See in context

record-high temperature for March

Grotesque sensationalism. In the same time March was actually almost constantly below average in terms of temperatures and the weather was quit bad. A single day and the catastrophists zealots are out crying.

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Posted in: Yellow sand observed over Tokyo, Osaka See in context

It can cause silicosis disease as it goes to lungs

BS! In most common observed symptoms, yellow dust can trigger allergy symptoms, such as itchy eyes, conjunctivitis, runny noses and sneezing. In certain fragile individuals it has been reported that yellow dust is related to an increase in circulatory organ illnesses, such as strokes and heart infarctions. But three is no evidence whatsoever backing up your silly claim.

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Posted in: 2 more deaths linked to Kobayashi Pharma dietary supplements See in context

@Shadows of the Rising Sun

Stop it you need help.

I found that for the vast majority of people, high cholesterol is not only not bad, but it is in fact good, according to a number of recent research studies.

BS! There is absolutely no scientific consensus about this and this theory is mainly supported by the carnivore and keto diet zealots. Multiple randomized control studies point to the opposite. I would not bet on the few poorly done observational studies out there supporting your crazy theory.

Supplements can be really helpful if you have a diagnosed deficiency

No. Not a single randomized control study showed that this product or any other supplement can lower cholesterol. This is nonsense.

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Posted in: Japan unveils plans for next-generation passenger plane project See in context

Japan does build large parts of the 777 and 787 fleet not to mention contribute to the F35 programme and will for the next-gen fighter with the UK and Italy.

No it only manufactures a few limited set of components. But as the recent Boeing issues show, having multiple partners for manufacturing parts scattered across the globe in order to reduce cost is actually not a wise idea. It turned out to be a nightmare to manage and keep quality high. Plus this open the door to IP stealing which yeah Japan can surely do if they try to build civil planes. They did that all the time in the past.

But I am sorry this all hydrogen plane ready in ten years sounds a lot like BS. No way and all of this sounds like another avenue for corrupted Japanese politicians to waste people tax payer money to satisfy their bodies in the industry and at the same time give themselves high salaries.

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Posted in: Yen falls to 34-year low against dollar See in context

Not all doom and gloom. 

This will be a big boost for tourism - as well as those companies that export.

Yeah sure while the locals and the rest of us here enjoy a currency which has become toilet paper. And for your information since you seem to be confused about the real benefits of exports for Japan, the Japan exports averaged from 1970 to 2022 have only represented 12.82% of its total GDP, with a minimum of 8.82% in 1995 and a maximum of 21.54% in 2022. Nothing to brag about since the world average in 2022 based on 149 countries is 47.96 percent.

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Posted in: 2 die, 100 hospitalized after consuming Japan drugmaker's health supplements See in context

Yes it does work, it's an established beneficial ingredient in Asian traditional medicine

BS! Provide randomized controlled studies showing such benefits.

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Posted in: Japan society on transgender issues to drop 'disorder' from name See in context

@Strangerland

@ nabelito

You need help. You seriously need help.

Japan society on transgender issues to drop 'disorder' from name

This is insane. Thery are trying to suppress the reality in order not to hurt the feelings of a minority who have clearly mental disorders and are unquestionably sick. They need to be treated instead of trying to impose on us, the sane people, and on the whole society their insanity.

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Posted in: Biden opposes plan to sell U.S. Steel to Nippon Steel, citing need for 'American steel workers' See in context

Steel production is crucial to national security. Foreigners should NOT own our steel companies. FULL STOP.

Absolutely, anybody would be flat out crazy to sell that to the Japanese. On top of that they have no idea what they are dealing with. I have been working with Japanese professionally for over 20 years in Japan and it has been a real pain. No way this merger will work with people in US who have no idea how to deal with them. The Japanese will end up just acquiring the assets of US Steel and fire everyone in US for « cultural difference ».

And let’s be real here, there is no way the Japanese government would accept the foreign acquisition of a big Japanese company on the short or long term. Look at what a happened to Renault. They ended losing most of their control of Nissan after saving them from bankruptcy. Japanese behaves like mafia in business, they are just no trustable.

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Posted in: 'Dragon Ball' creator Akira Toriyama dies at 68 See in context

when he created "Dragon Ball", which he said was inspired by Chinese-style kung fu movies.

It was not. It was actually largely and heavily influenced by a Chinese novel from the 16th century. So although the manga adaptation was entertaining, it was not an original creation.

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Posted in: Joy, envy in Japan as baseball star Ohtani speaks more about marriage See in context

So grotesque, so intellectually limited to even care who this dude being paid big money for doing a boring « sport » is getting married to. Japan is so intellectually limited this is sad

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Posted in: 163 get norovirus after eating sashimi and sushi rolls at Tokyo restaurant See in context

Unfortunately good hand hygiene is not enough to prevent this kind of outbreaks. 

BS! Stop to spread misinformation. Hand hygiene is crucial (as also advocated in the link you put yourself, learn to read the links you post), to avoid this kind of norovirus outbreak. The hard truth is that Japanese have terrible hand hygiene. I have been living here for 22 years and the vast majority of dudes I see going out of toilet don’t wash their hands. This is disgusting and troubling.

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Posted in: More Japanese women buying Valentine's Day chocolates for themselves See in context

What the point of this silly article really?

To say that it’s very easy to make Japanese believe anything (the chocolate given by women during valentine thing), from greedy people totally willing to sell overpriced low quality chocolate?

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Posted in: COVID patients again rising in Japan; experts warn of 10th wave See in context

@virusrex

Paranoia is a serious illness. You should seek help fast.

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Posted in: 'We don't give a damn about the feelings of Japanese concerning the so-called Northern Territories:' Medvedev See in context

Wouldn't expect anything civilized from fascist Russia and their yappy little mouthpiece Medvedev. The Japanese peoples image of fascist Russia is one of contempt. Nothing but a land-grabbing regime that murders innocent people.

This post is the perfect illustration of how bad the education system is today. People just believe and say nonsense because of their poor education. Do you even know the meaning of the word fascist? Or I guess by labeling ideological opponents as fascist, regardless of their actual values or actions, irrational people like you are able to frame their own vision of the world and claim the moral high ground, right?

And US is not stranger in mustering «innocent people» if you want to go that route.

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