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Posted in: U.S. Marine arrested over assault in Okinawan bar See in context

Surely something more juicy happened in Japan the last three days...

Top news for those that overreact and will be commenting how the entire U.S. military should pack up and leave Japan because of this.

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Posted in: Fox News star Tucker Carlson widely mocked for show on masculinity See in context

I always thought Tucker was gay - I mean, just look at his bow-tie wearing college pics - he looks like Randy Rainbow....

The 1950s called asking for their homophobic grandpa to return.

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Posted in: Will Smith, Chris Rock confrontation shocks Oscar audience; 'CODA' wins best picture See in context

While I get that Rock was being a jerk with that joke though, I still think Smith's response was way out of line. Yelling at Rock I would be OK with, but physically assaulting him like that? No way.

and I think Chris Rock said it, that joke was actually quite tame compared to what he could have said. Will and Jada have been having some drama in their relationship and he could have gone there. He should have just taken the high road like most stars do at the Oscars during his hosting gigs or Kobe when he was talking trash to him during the game-

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=2ycvpbVqSCI

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Posted in: Former KAT-TUN member arrested for stimulants possession admits they were his See in context

If he has to have it, why not move abroad like other past members of his group so he can smoke like a chimney 24/7?

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Posted in: Former Tokyo Gov Shintaro Ishihara dies at 89 See in context

no impact outside Japan, which tells a lot.

What type of of impact is a city mayor/governor supposed to have outside of their country? Please give an example of how your country mayors are impacting other countries.

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Posted in: Former Tokyo Gov Shintaro Ishihara dies at 89 See in context

The fact that he was a very popular politician speaks volumes about Japanese people.

So this is that attack Japanese people article of the day. He represented Tokyo, not Japan. It speak volumes about people who stereotypes an entire nationality because what one city chooses to do. Time to get out more and explore the country.

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Posted in: Rittenhouse, cleared in protester deaths, says self-defense 'not illegal' See in context

Which. I gut be better than backing people based on how extreme their racism goes.

White man shooting 3 white men, sounds like that white supremacist has some major issues from within.

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Posted in: Ed Sheeran has COVID; will do performances from home See in context

Reality of life for the "fully vaxxed"

Same goes with these sports stadiums in the U.S. They require vaccine passport upon entrance, then after they enter there is no mask in sight with everyone screaming.

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Posted in: Stop selling oxygen, Japanese flea market app Mercari tells users, as stocks run out See in context

No one really takes their listings seriously, or is dumb enough to pay ridiculous prices anyway.

People are buying at ridiculous prices hence they are selling at high prices. Most of the time you have people who have an easier time finding things in the burbs selling to those who have a more limited supply in the cities.

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Posted in: Sayonara Tokyo, bonjour Paris: Summer Olympic focus switches to 2024 See in context

Plus coming from Japan, where shop staff are polite - if kind of robotic - the attitude of staff in France was just terrible. Like "WTF are you doing in my shop" terrible

I agree. Especially once they sensed that I didn't speak French, I got yelled at a few times though people spoke English pretty well. That was Paris though. Outside of Paris, French people seemed nice.

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Posted in: One year after Washington change, Native American sports imagery evolving See in context

If Native Americans are against any of this, why do I only hear from white liberals?

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Posted in: No Psy but BTS play on as Seoul bans fast gym music See in context

Psy is still a thing?

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Posted in: GOP state voting restrictions 'un-American,' Biden declares See in context

Biden calling this Jim crow 2.0 demonstrates the democrats have nothing else to go on except racism racism racism. 

Whatever let's them sweep the Jim Crow that they started under the carpet.

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Posted in: GOP state voting restrictions 'un-American,' Biden declares See in context

Until then, all we have are statistics and the work from actual journalists.

Great but Washington Post and Brennan Center aren't unbiased reporting sources. It is like me countering with a Breitbart article.

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Posted in: BTS condemns anti-Asian racism; say they've experienced it See in context

the band donated $1 million to the Black Lives Matter movement

and guess where that money went? Definitely not the Black community or to the families of the men they are supposedly fighting for. Instead of giving money to stupid organizations, how about on your next tour go to Watts, South Chicago, Magnolia, Queens, etc. and hand cash to a family in need. That is why I never donate money to any organization as it passes through hands that take their cut of the money before it reaches the people they are asking money for, if ever.

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Posted in: Video shows vicious attack of Asian American woman in New York See in context

All I see is your attempt to deflect because we are refuting lies with facts!

We? I am talking about YOU. None of your comments on this article had any sympathy for the victim. You just jump straight into how attacks on Asians owning businesses in Black neighborhoods is perfectly normal because of the George Floyd incident. Nobody should be attacking nobody no matter what skin color.

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Posted in: Video shows vicious attack of Asian American woman in New York See in context

Conservative whites have a monopoly on that in the United States.

All I see is a lack of sympathy on your part for the victim and continuous excuses made for the assailant because of their skin color. Then you go on to blame a whole other skin color for the crime.

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Posted in: 'No Zoom' Oscars causes backlash, Hollywood media report See in context

Will these awards be for merit in ‘original ideas, creativity and true talent”?

Particularly the last 5 years for Best Picture winners, the agenda has been focused on race, politics, sexual orientation or religion. How many of those movies were worthy of a 2nd viewing, will be considered a classic and rewatched 30 years later? I liked Green Book but even the left in Hollywood turned on it calling it a racist, white savior movie.

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Posted in: Trump encourages his supporters to end vaccine resistance See in context

74 million voted for Trump. There are roughly 100 million African-Americans/Latinos living in the U.S. Those up in arms on whether or not Trump supporters, who are supposedly white supremacists, receive the vaccine over the low proportion of Black/Latino vaxxers are putting their bigotry on full display.

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Posted in: U.S., Japan warn China on 'coercion, destabilizing behavior' See in context

Japan continuing to ride the coattails of the US.

Someone slept through U.S. History 101. That or I guess you suppose Japan needs to build an army to take out China which you would have missed in that history class.

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Posted in: LA police probe fire, vandalism at Japanese Buddhist temple See in context

I went there for research for a Buddhist Studies course I had to take in college. It was a beautiful place and reverend was super friendly. I hope the culprit is caught pronto!

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Posted in: U.S. coronavirus death toll approaches milestone of 500,000 See in context

LOL More nonsense from the Covidiot tinfoil brigade

Only a 5 second Google search-

https://www.cnbc.com/2020/03/19/the-coronavirus-could-kill-millions-of-americans-cdc-advisor-says.html

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Posted in: Kyoto slammed for manga telling people not to talk at restaurants See in context

Not a lot of talking to be had among families in the first place. So many families are glued to their smart phones.

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Posted in: 2 killed, 2 injured after car plunges into Gifu rice field See in context

The use of a seat belt on all seats should be mandatory.

It is now I believe. I remember back in the days trying to put my seatbelt on in the backseat of different peoples' cars and them laughing at me for doing so.

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Posted in: Japan's celebrations rocket into orbit as Osaka's win takes off See in context

Yes, it’s hyperbole, but very clearly uninformed hyperbole - Naomi and tennis don’t raise the blood like team does and team sports do.

Agreed. I didn't see any dancing in the streets like I did for the Samurai Blue, Sakura Japan and even Nadeshiko Japan for that matter. The only individual I have seen mass celebration for was Hideo Nomo.

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Posted in: White House working with Facebook and Twitter to tackle anti-vaxxers See in context

I recall that when Trump was still president, you were applauding his supposedly swift action on getting vaccines developed. I also recall that you had faith that the Coronavirus would go away once people got vaccinated.

I also recall you saying that you wouldn't touch the vaccine with a 10 foot pole since it was developed under Trump's administration. Was there some tweaking by Pfizer over the past few months to make it Democrat-safe to make you want to be first in line?

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Posted in: Rush Limbaugh, ‘voice of American conservatism,’ dies at 70 See in context

My sympathies to his loved ones. I hope he was a more charitable person in real life than he was on air.

Comments should be more like this. You may hate his words and opinions but he also has a family. Same people will turn around and have compassion for the death of murderers and child abusers. Shock radio doesn't fly nowadays like the 80s and 90s when it was a cash cow. There were many others besides Limbaugh.

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Posted in: Trump lashes out at McConnell, calling him 'dour, sullen and unsmiling political hack' See in context

The media misses Trump but he will eventually become irrelevant.

Any timeline for your prediction? As I see here and mass media after a month out of office, he is still the talk of the town.

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Posted in: Rioters acted on Trump's orders, Democrats say in trial See in context

Still deflecting?

Not deflecting as it will be used by Trump's lawyers as it should be.

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Posted in: Trump says he will not attend Biden's inauguration See in context

trump will not be welcome in civilized society again!!!

Nothing will happen as Joe has his own skeletons to protect.

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