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Posted in: 43-year-old bosozoku biker arrested for reckless driving See in context

43 years old is still young. Don't let were blanket naysayers tell you when to feel old.

I know a lot of bikers in their 70s who put lots of miles on their rides daily, rain or shine,!

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Posted in: Alec Baldwin 'Rust' shooting charges could be difficult to prove See in context

Baldwin is flat out lying when he says that he did not pull the trigger. He is guilty, guilty, guilty and deserves a long prison sentence.

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Posted in: Anti-stalking orders proving no safety guarantee for victims See in context

Obviously, anti- stalking orders are of little actual use.

It is time to include anti-assault orders as well.

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Posted in: Japan refiles request to list divisive gold mine on UNESCO See in context

Why not just reopen the mines? Instead of Korean slave labor, give the work to homeless people who refuse to work while the nation must rely on foreign labor to keep society running.

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Posted in: Pacific island nations urge Japan to delay release of Fukushima waste water See in context

Why not just pump all the radioactive water into volcanic craters and let the molten lava neutralizecit?

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Posted in: Mochi at the new year remains a hazardous substance See in context

Mochi is so delicious that it is worth the risk. I like to wash it down with hot sake, chased by a cold beer.

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Posted in: Benedict leaves German homeland with complicated legacy See in context

"Decades of abuse...?" ...more like centuries! It has only been in the past few decades that speaking out against abuse has been acceptable, but many who have protested against the papacy have themselves been vilified and persecuted.

The abused often turn into abusers and this is the true legacy of Catholicism.

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Posted in: 72-year-old man arrested for killing wife, says he can’t remember doing it See in context

He must be considered innocent, unless and until proven guilty. It is possible that he can't remember the killing because he didn't do it. Another person could have killed her while he was passed out, then planted incriminating evidence on him.

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Posted in: Japan says it scrambled jets to monitor Chinese aircraft carrier operations See in context

Why not just land a jet or two on the aircraft carrier, break out a bottle of sake, and be friends?

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Posted in: Why do seats at some Japanese station platforms face away from the trains? See in context

Many places ban drunken riders from mass transit. Japan should do the same, there would be less groping and other unpleasantries associated with public drunkenness.

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Posted in: 7-Eleven Japan begins to implement new colorless food containers to reduce CO2 emissions See in context

Every little bit helps, kudos to 7 & I holdings for making this move. Now, eliminate plastic straws and stop providing plastic shopping bags. Let customers learn to carry and use reusable bags.

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Posted in: Japanese MSDF captain suspected of leaking state secret See in context

The biggest secrets in the military involve how much arms manufacturers pay to have their products purchased by bribe taking personnel.

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Posted in: Why is astronomy a science but astrology is not? See in context

People believe flattering statements about themselves, which is why astrology is accepted by gullible people of limited intelligence.

The science of astronomy requires some degree of diligence to master, thus is beyond comprehension for most folk, who prefer simplistic flattery to hard science

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Posted in: Tokyo unwitting host to Chinese 'police station,' report says See in context

Their purpose is to not only keep watch on Chinese , but to influence the public and local government via social media trolling and other manipulation techniques.

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Posted in: Ex-SDF member says misconduct routine in her unit See in context

The best way ensure adequate staffing for the military is to introduce universal conscription.

Every homeless person could be drafted and served, along with the unemployed and the recluse adults still living off their parents.

Enforce anti sexual harassment rules with lengthy prison sentences and shaming the transgressors, along with teaching recruits that is wrong.

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Posted in: Japan mulls broaching revision of defense guidelines with U.S. See in context

Japan would be wise to cut ties with the USA , and align itself with its regional neighbors.

Joe Biden would just as soon cede Taiwan and Japan to China, just look how he abandoned Afghanistan to the Taliban. Biden is sworn to do Chinas bidding.

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Posted in: Int'l cruise ship operations resume in Japan after almost 3 years See in context

Since Japan has the highest number of daily c. ses of Covid in the world, it is the cruise ship passengers who are at risk, rather than the people of Japan as it was at the beginning of the pandemic.

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Posted in: How Elon Musk is changing what you see on Twitter See in context

Had a Twitter account long ago. A useless app, aptly named, for twits. Don't miss it at all. Much ado about nothing.

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Posted in: Harry accuses Prince William of screaming at him, his aides of leaking stories See in context

Harry blames media, yet keeps feeding the same media. He is eager and willing to shovel as much dirt as can be broadcast , then complains when he gets a bit on him

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Posted in: Diabetic man dies in police custody after not eating for 3 days or being given medication See in context

Many condemn the police for this, perhaps rightly so, however, the entire incident would never have happened had the deceased obeyed the laws and cooperated peacefully.

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Posted in: Man gets suspended sentence for causing plane to divert after refusing to wear mask See in context

The other passengers should each file civil lawsuits against him for damages caused by his selfish actions.

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Posted in: Woman leaves 3-year-old daughter tied up at home while she goes skiing See in context

Ski resorts should have free child care facilities, so idiots are less inclined to make these cruel decisions.

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Posted in: Time tree See in context

Hope that the tree still has roots or else it won't be a time machine tree much longer.

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Posted in: Video game hub Japan confronts problem of addiction See in context

Values evolve. Addiction to societies ideas of a normal life is more harmful than playing video games.

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Posted in: The 4 biggest gift-giving mistakes, according to a consumer psychologist See in context

Accept a gift with thanks. Period.

If you don't care for it, gift it to someone else or donate it.

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Posted in: Is Japan closing in on herd immunity? See in context

According to the covid tracking website of John's Hopkins, Japan has the highest rate of new Covid infections per day, well over 100,000 new cases per day.

No telling how many of these cases are people who have previously received vaccinations.

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Posted in: Canadian university identifies low carbon foods for student meals See in context

Article says nothing about which meal has lowest carbon output. And why does rice produce high methane?

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Posted in: Kishida, Obama call for nuclear-free world at international forum in Hiroshima See in context

The best way to rid the world of nuclear weapons is to use them, all of them, everywhere at once, and eliminate 99% of all life on the planet, and start over. And save A few for nuking the moon, sending up enough dust in space to start an ice age. Then we will truly have world peace!

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Posted in: Indonesia's new laws a threat to privacy, press and human rights, says U.N. See in context

It is only a matter of time until every other democracy adopts the same rules.

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Posted in: In Netflix series, Harry slams press, family, over 'feeding frenzy' See in context

Harry objects to the media frenzy by broadcasting his own media frenzy. More publicity for him and his washed up actress wife.

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