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Posted in: Sean Ono Lennon on remixing father's music: It was therapy See in context

Sean should be himself for this century too. He'll do fine creatively, just watch

He is doing just that. You should check out Claypool Lennon Delrium.

Sean is doing very well.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=XcOHiGonWwU&list=PLKtdyzw74I0srzND78WwedprAjfLgXRWF&index=1

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Posted in: Tourist spots in Tokyo busy during Silver Week holidays See in context

They aren't mandatory on trains, and you are under no obligation to make the local population happy!

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Posted in: Tourist spots in Tokyo busy during Silver Week holidays See in context

First, I have no belief whatsoever they do anything.

Yeah, right. Your "whatsoever" makes me think you aren't so sure. Like, pretty much the whole world disagrees with you. Go figure.

And don't wear a mask if you don't want to. As you say you don't have to. And you have strong feels against them. Nothing worse than reading hypocritical comments.

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Posted in: Japan to allow more people at events from Sept 19 See in context

Nope. Discerning, unsheeplike, independent-minded. It means people are losing their fear of the scamdemic at least.

Lol. Believe what you want. I'll stop there. I don't want to feed the trolls.

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Posted in: Japan to allow more people at events from Sept 19 See in context

If people are daft enough to attend, I hope they are clever enough to wear masks!!

I have noticed a reduction in mask wearing and observing the 3 Cs recently. Concerning (and selfish)

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 170 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 507 See in context

Elvis is alive and well!

The mortality rate worldwide average is about 5%. That rate seems to be mostly restricted to middle-age unwell males. 7 months in and I though hysterics were a thing of the past!

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 170 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 507 See in context

The fatality and seriously ill numbers seem to be very low. Therefore, what's the point of testing more people than is needed, such as those with symptoms and part of a cluster?

Keep wearing those masks, especially in air-con!

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 77 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 288 See in context

Good to see more people ditching face coverings, at least while outside

@CGlen:I wonder what motives you to be so vocal about your antimask disposition?

Keep wearing mask everyone, especially in air-con places!

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 256 new cases of coronavirus; nationwide total 914 See in context

It is pedicted to fluctuate in response to the Reckless attitude that he/she is cultivating here. That is: numbers down - it's all over- burn face nappies- numbers back up.

Keep up the precautions, especially wearing those masks in public air-con spaces.

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Posted in: Medical masks best, cotton good, bandanas worse: droplet study See in context

Health experts have determined that face coverings are a vital tool in reducing the spread of coronavirus 

Masks are important because some 30-40 percent of people who are infected may not show symptoms but still unwittingly spread the virus when they cough, sneeze or just talk.

We all now have the green light to wear masks in public air-con places. No excuses!!! Don't let Elvis down!!!

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 258 new cases of coronavirus; nationwide total 1,014 See in context

Just reporting what is being said elsewhere at the moment, from the "experts", no less.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 258 new cases of coronavirus; nationwide total 1,014 See in context

Reports on other news sources say that the peak has been reached and infections are trending down. Because people are taking precautionary measures.

Keep wearing those masks!! Especially indoors in the air-con.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 339 more virus cases; 1,152 nationwide See in context

So you wear a mask? You are just because big contrary?

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 339 more virus cases; 1,152 nationwide See in context

Nobody is talking about walking around in 40 degrees heat in a mask. Indoors in air con is where to wear them. Those who don't are selfish.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 339 more virus cases; 1,152 nationwide See in context

It is too hot to wear a mask in 40 degrees celsius Tokyo heat island. 

Not too hot in in-door places such as an air condition office, supermarket, train etc. That's where mask-wearing matters most.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 339 more virus cases; 1,152 nationwide See in context

“Tokyo reports 339 more virus cases”

And?

You should wear a mask outside in public.

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Posted in: We haven't seen even a single tourist bus this summer. See in context

It's like Mother Nature has sent us to our rooms so we can think long and hard about all the wrong things we have doing.

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Posted in: Osaka burglar arrested because he couldn’t find a mask during shortage See in context

Yet another example of the benefit of mask wearing. He'll be sure to wear a mask next time he is out and about. Like everyone should.

Wear masks. Everybody!

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Posted in: Osaka tops Tokyo as Japan reports 1,070 more coronavirus infections See in context

Nice to see a relatively low number of this balmy Wednesday in Tokyo.

Keep wearing those masks people! Stay safe!!

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Posted in: Japanese company creates face masks for musicians See in context

If the mask fits,

wear it!!!!

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Posted in: Pandemic now driven by 20s, 30s, 40s group; many asymptomatic: WHO See in context

No surprises here. 20s to 40s is the smart @ss age-range, characteristic of people in their prime.

Keep others safe. Wear masks. Everybody.

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Posted in: Tokyo confirms 207 new coronavirus cases See in context

Don't let your guard down. Read the following. It even says people should wear masks!!!!

Virtual press conference on COVID-19 in the Western Pacific

https://www.who.int/westernpacific/news/speeches/detail/virtual-press-conference-on-covid-19-in-the-western-pacific

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Posted in: Coronavirus cluster reported at Nara university rugby team See in context

Virtual press conference on COVID-19 in the Western Pacific

Finally, in many countries, we’ve seen impressive changes in people’s behaviour, with mask-wearing, physical distancing and hand hygiene now part of daily life. We know it’s not easy to keep this up and that many people are tired, but we need people to continue making positive choices,

https://www.who.int/westernpacific/news/speeches/detail/virtual-press-conference-on-covid-19-in-the-western-pacific

I think we can say that mask wearing sound be done by everyone.

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Posted in: Coronavirus cluster reported at Nara university rugby team See in context

At this point it's ridiculous to wear a mask. 

Oh, dear. What a comment!!

My favourite twitter quote sums-up the situation quite well.

"The hardest part of when this whole COVID19 thing is over in like 2022 is we're all gonna have to go back to bars and socialize knowing there's a good chance we're talking to the geniuses who refused to wear masks and made this take this long"

Please wear masks, if not for your benefit but for others!!!

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Posted in: Coronavirus cluster reported at Nara university rugby team See in context

social distancing measures were taken at the dorm's cafeteria, according to the university.

Suggesting that everywhere else it wasn't?

I feel masks were second fiddle on their list of priorities! You know what the macho types are like, especially in a large group.

Wear masks! Everybody!! It helps prevent the spread of the virus.

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Posted in: Japanese tennis star Kei Nishikori tests positive for COVID-19 ahead of U.S. Open See in context

Get well soon. You are an inspiration!!!

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Posted in: American Airlines bans face masks with exhaust valves or vents See in context

Not allowed:

Face coverings with exhaust valves;

Face coverings made with materials such as mesh or lace fabrics;

Face coverings that do not cover the nose and mouth; and

Face shields without the addition of a face covering.

Customers without an approved face covering will be provided with an approved one, upon request, at the airport. Face coverings can only be briefly removed while the customer is eating or drinking.

That my friends is a good policy. I hope to see it put in place in all air-con public places such as supermarkets here in Japan.

Stay safe, wear masks!

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Posted in: 7 months into COVID-19, where are Japan's first newsmakers with respect to the epidemic See in context

It seems a bit pointless imho

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Posted in: Do you think Japan is still in the first wave of the coronavirus or has it been experiencing a second wave for the past month as infections rise? See in context

The Tokyo chart that NHK usually produces at the end of day suggests that Tokyo is in the middle of a second wave, that is more intense than the first.

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Posted in: Wear to be seen See in context

Lovely. They are wearing masks!

The black mask has slipped a bit below the nose thought...

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