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Posted in: Australian PM says Macron not taking his calls See in context

France in retaliation cancelled a cocktail party to mark U.S.-French ties.

Damn that sound serious.

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Posted in: Women's entry in LDP leader race may not boost empowerment See in context

Kyo wa heiwa dayo neToday 12:57 pm JST

I actually have an opinion instead of just criticizing everyone else's and reposting their comments in case you haven't noticed.

Alright, then express your opinion, what's sexist about that article ? Because I don't see it yet.

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Posted in: Australia says France knew of 'grave' submarine concerns See in context

Chop ChopToday 11:28 am JST

We Australian ...

Don't be naive you'll have the same budget inflation issues with the new contractor, it's always the case.

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Posted in: Japan warns citizens of possible attack in 6 Southeast Asian nations See in context

Singapore ? I have a hard time believing it, it seems like a geographical targeting, could the be coming from space ? Or just Japan, for some reason, trying to reduce the tourism to this region ?

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Posted in: Macron's 'health pass' helps boost France's vaccine take-up See in context

Why is this making so much noise ? France already has mandatory vaccination. What's the difference with not being able to to put your polio or tetanus unvaccinated child to school ?

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Posted in: Hong Kong dismisses business pushback over 'zero-COVID' strategy See in context

Lam, as usual, is echoing the voice of her Beijing puppeteer.

She has become totally irrielevant, nobody is listening to what she is saying anymore in HK.

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Posted in: Cryptocurrency gains traction in adult industry See in context

Desert TortoiseAug. 31 01:02 am JST

Payment systems should be use-neutral conduits. It is our money. We choose what we do with it and take responsibility for that.

Should payment systems turn a blind eye to human trafficking, child porn or money laundering? Be clear with your answer and tell us how we address these crimes if not by choking off their access to finance.

Come on, it's always the same excuse to get rid of our right;, privacy: pedophilia, terrorism; encryption: terrorism, pedophilia; cryptocurrencies: pedophilia, terrorism, money laundering...

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Posted in: Osaka man arrested for smearing poo on teen’s backpack See in context

oldman_13Today 07:04 am JST

People are losing their marbles over the prolonged lockdown.

Oh come on, you're not new to Japan ....

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Posted in: Erdogan says Turkey is not Europe's 'refugee warehouse' See in context

Makes no sense, Europe is not Turkey's refugee warehouse !

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Posted in: Briton handed jail term in Singapore for not wearing mask See in context

rom the latest updates he'll also get deported ASAP.

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Posted in: Smoke confirmed at Hamaoka nuclear plant; 2nd time within a week See in context

Smoke from electric wires ? It's alright, it's their normal operating behavior, just ventilate the place correctly and everything will be good.

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Posted in: Paralympian arrested for assaulting hotel security guard See in context

jalan5Today 12:09 pm JST

"well, he should be on a plane home very shortly"

On a gossip website someone posted that his family is very influential, and will gather influence for economic sanctions against japan, under the premise of carbon emissions affecting climate change.

Damn, that's sound really bad for Japan economy !!

Seriously though retaliation for what ? For the security guy hurting the judoka with his broken rib ?

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Posted in: Swift Taliban takeover leaves U.S. image in tatters See in context

And you guys are fighting about Dems, republicans, Trump, Biden, whatever. Don't you see you're being controlled ?!

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Posted in: Swift Taliban takeover leaves U.S. image in tatters See in context

Nice, this war had been useful to transfer money from the US pleb to the commanding few. Not sure why they are stopping though, not profitable enough anymore ? Guess they'll need to find something new, or are they planning for something bigger ?

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Posted in: Taliban complete northeast Afghan blitz as more cities fall See in context

Europe should prepare for the terrorist acts following up the strengthening of the Taliban.

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Posted in: Hong Kong carrier Cathay Pacific posts $972 mil first-half loss See in context

Pukey2Today 09:39 am JST

The problem is HK, like Japan, is not allowing non-residents back. But unlike Japan, there is no domestic air service because HK is so small.

Earlier this month authorities lifted some of those restrictions meaning visitors without work visas or residency would now be able to travel to the city. But they will still have to undergo between 7-21 days of hotel quarantine depending on where they have come from.

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Posted in: Hong Kong pop singer, activist arrested on corruption charge See in context

O'BrienAug. 2 03:41 pm JST

If China's going to ramp this up and eventually try and order a second Tiananmen, this time in HK, they should consider the fact that now everyone and his dog has a small, pocketable device which can record moving pictures.

There is really no need of a "second Tiananmen". There is no opposition anymore in HK, no free media, no politics, most loud opponents have been jailed. They are just bleaching the place, putting the finishing touches.

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Posted in: 8-year-old boy suffers fractured skull after being hit by mini-truck while returning home See in context

Droll QuarryToday 12:20 pm JST

Kids here know drivers will try every thing possible to avoid hitting them and thus push their luck to the limit as a game of chicken with cars.

I am surprised to read that, we don't live in the same Japan. I find the drivers (in big cities at least) pretty fearless, and their respect of pedestrian crossings at at best anecdotic. How many times I've been close to being killed by a cab driver...

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Posted in: Hong Kong's civil society 'withers' under national security purge See in context

"The red lines are being tightened each day," the 20-year-old told AFP.

It's not a red line anymore, it's a red fishing net. They catch and kill anything that's opening its mouth.

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Posted in: Earth's 'vital signs' worsening as humanity's impact deepens See in context

But we're creating a huge amount of wealth today, tomorrow, who cares ...

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Posted in: Man charged with sending threatening emails to Fauci See in context

When you mistake privacy for anonymity.

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Posted in: Olympics worker arrested for allegedly raping woman at stadium See in context

The dude hasn't been judged, nothing and his nationality, full name has been published, nice ... Wondering the motivation of the disclosure.

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Posted in: Over 60 dead, dozens missing as severe floods strike Europe See in context

bass4funkToday 08:21 am JST

From the beginning of time there has been flooding on Earth - and the Earths climate has always changed. Coincidence? I think not.

I agree.

Depends on which science you want to believe, there are so many scientists that give counter arguments and dispute these claims, but like with everything else, you can’t debate it, you have to just accept it and always take science from the view of the left-period.

The good thing with science is that it's irrelevant whether you believe in it on not. It's not the discussion of opinions but facts.

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Posted in: Meghan, Prince Harry to develop new Netflix animated series See in context

From the article it sounds like a Meghan thing, why do they even name him ?

Ohh ... wait... I think I got it.

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Posted in: Japan to issue vaccine passports free of charge See in context

MatejToday 12:05 pm JST

Japanese constitution

Article 14. All of the people are equal under the law and there shall be no discrimination in political, economic or social relations because of race, creed, sex, social status or family origin.

Peers and peerage shall not be recognized.

No privilege shall accompany any award of honor, decoration or any distinction, nor shall any such award be valid beyond the lifetime of the individual who now holds or hereafter may receive it.

Suga READ IT,there are no two categories of citizens here!

What are you talking about ? This is just an official documentation stating you're been vaccinated to be used OUTSIDE Japan by the receiving country.

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Posted in: Tokyo hotel criticized for 'Japanese only' notice for elevator use See in context

Tokyo-EngrToday 07:00 am JST

I’m a Permanent Resident in Japan. Which elevator should I use?

You should know better than most then, whatever you do, the foreigner one, you'll always be seen as one.

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Posted in: Asian coal plant drive threatens climate goals: report See in context

You talking about renewable and battery storage ?!!

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Posted in: Asian coal plant drive threatens climate goals: report See in context

rainydayToday 02:21 pm JST

So you're saying wind and solar ? But how does that work when it's January, there's no wind, it's 10pm and millions of people go under their kotatsu or keep their bath water warn, or whatever electric appliance everyone use daily ?

Yeah, they got a variety of ways of dealing with that problem, helpfully summarized in this Wikipedia entry.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Energy_storage

Except dams there's nothing really economically viable and usable at large scale today, I am curious of how many dams japan would need to deal with the issue.

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Posted in: Asian coal plant drive threatens climate goals: report See in context

rainydayToday 02:05 pm JST

What renewables are you thinking about ? 

The ones that are way cheaper than coal.

https://ourworldindata.org/cheap-renewables-growth

So you're saying wind and solar ? But how does that work when it's January, there's no wind, it's 10pm and millions of people go under their kotatsu or keep their bath water warn, or whatever electric appliance everyone use daily ?

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Posted in: Asian coal plant drive threatens climate goals: report See in context

Which isn't to say that is a valid excuse, especially given the cheap cost of renewables now, but for crying out loud what bloody excuse does Japan have to be on that list?

What renewables are you thinking about ? There's not many controllable renewable source at this point.

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