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Posted in: France imposes 6 p.m. nationwide virus curfew See in context

Sounds like a great idea ... People still need to feed themselves, do groceries during less opening hours, shops will be more packed, therefore more contagion risks ...

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Posted in: Japan considers various options against S Korea 'comfort women' ruling See in context

JamesToday 08:39 am JST


They have already done that https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_war_apology_statements_issued_by_Japan

Come on, anybody who lived in japan for more than a couple of weeks knows the real feeling of the Japaneses on the subject, all of it caused by the constant revisionism going on in Japan.

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Posted in: U.S. carries out its 1st execution of female inmate since 1953 See in context

Reading the execution process in details is really disturbing, it seems to me to be as awful as her crime.

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Posted in: 'Sex and the City' revival coming on HBO See in context

TokyoJoeToday 03:04 pm JST


Yes, check out that stats.

New York City has more than 300,000 more single women between the age of 45-64 than men. It's a graveyard for over the hill ladies unfortunately.

Source: bloomberg

And this is attributed to this show ?!

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Posted in: 'Sex and the City' revival coming on HBO See in context

TokyoJoeToday 08:21 am JST

This show has ruined so many young women's lives, it's an awful example for women if how to live their lives. They hit late 30's realise suddenly that the chances of finding a trustworthy loving partner is gone along with any hopes of kids and a family. Then loneliness in old age awaits. Sad.

Really ? There have been studies or something ?

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Posted in: If you’re reading pirated manga, one artist would prefer you just not read their work at all See in context

JamesToday 10:32 am JST

I could care less what the author wants once they step out of their BMW or Mercedes while wearing their Armani Suit and demand they get more royalties for their work.

Somehow I am not convinced that's the case for the majority of authors in Japan ...

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Posted in: Bitcoin hits record $28,600 as 2020 rally powers on See in context

KentarogaijinToday 09:08 am JST

Now all the deluded fools run to put all their money in that damn bubble and when it bursts they will run out of food.


Are you talking about the current US stock market ?

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Posted in: Boeing Max returns to U.S. skies with first passenger flight See in context

ebisenToday 07:10 am JST

... And, as an amazing proof of corruption, nobody at Boeing is in prison for conspiring to kill about 300 people. How fast and convenient were the victims forgotten! Who cares, as long as they're not Americans, right?

It's indeed really amazing. Is there actually any action against Boeing in the US, or something coming ?

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Posted in: Japanese firms explore quantum cryptography to make stock trading secure See in context

Yes, I assume the participants are expecting that, riding the confusion to have it sound ground breaking. Need some funding much ?

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Posted in: Japanese firms explore quantum cryptography to make stock trading secure See in context

AlternativeOpinionToday 11:04 am JST

Good to see companies and hopefully governments attempting to keep up with the possible dangers that quantum computing poses. All current cryptography is at threat of being broken by quantum computing and we need to start thinking next level cyber security now.

"Quantum cryptography" is not "post-quantum cryptography".

"Quantum cryptography" allows you to detect if the transmission has been listened by a 3rd party. "Post-quantum cryptography" is crypto protecting against quantum computers.

So basically quantum cryptography is useless as cryptography itself protect the transmission.

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Posted in: Japanese firms explore quantum cryptography to make stock trading secure See in context

That's really useless at this point. Someone just trying to sell something pointless to banks.

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Posted in: Trump pardons former campaign chairman Manafort, associate Roger Stone See in context

I am really confused by this right to pardon without oversight thing.

It doesn't seem like how justice should be. How are people accepting that ?!

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Posted in: Woman arrested for operating prostitution ring out of massage parlor in Tokyo See in context

Midnight Sun TribeToday 09:19 am JST

These places are a dime a dozen. Who did she forget to pay off?

She is Chinese, time to stir up a bit of well needed nationalism.

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Posted in: Trump rejects COVID relief bill passed by Congress, calling it 'a disgrace' See in context

Trump is a socialist !

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Posted in: Biden gets COVID-19 vaccine; says nothing to worry about See in context

non partyToday 12:37 pm JST

Which vaccine he received the one that Trump administration developed or democratic liberals developed?

The trump administration developed a vaccine ?!

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Posted in: More EU nations ban travel from UK, fearing virus variant See in context

Bah am pretty sure that in any country with high infection rate have some "interesting" strains, they just haven't really searched or reported them ...

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Posted in: Hong Kong media mogul Jimmy Lai charged under security law See in context

MumbaiRocks!Today 03:53 pm JST

He needs a one way ticket to a friendly country. The writing was on the wall for a long time so he should already have left.

He stated multiple times that he would not be leaving HK and fight until the end.

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Posted in: Doctor arrested for sexually molesting nurse during medical examination See in context

I feel like that dude must have groped more than one woman in his career ...

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Posted in: Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani tests positive for COVID See in context

egads man!Today 12:24 pm JST

I hope he gets the best medical care money can buy.

That's a pretty sad statement, the idea that medical care should be reserved to the wealthy is really foreign to me. You get covid, screw you if you're poor.

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Posted in: Trump raises $170 million as he looks to future See in context

Am confused, I thought the guy was a billionaire.

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Posted in: Trump questions whether Supreme Court would hear election challenge as options dwindle See in context

FizzBitToday 11:43 am JST

Dr. Kershavarz-Nia

B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. in various areas of electrical and computer engineering.  advanced training from the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), National Security Agency (NSA), DHS office of Intelligence & Analysis (I&A) and Massachusetts Institution of Technology (MIT). Professionally, Dr. Kershavarz-Nia has spent his career as a cyber-security engineer. 

Yep, one random guy.

Have you read his statement though ?

Basically his only proof is : "Biden got too many vote at the last moment giving him the victory, it's not possible". Seems a bit light at this point.

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Posted in: Parents of Briton killed in road accident lose diplomatic immunity challenge See in context

This kind of stuff is really infuriating.

Only continuous harassment of this lady could force her to face the consequences of her actions.

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Posted in: U.S. COVID-19 deaths surpass 250,000 mark as infections surge See in context

The AvengerToday 12:27 pm JST

Billionaire-entrepreneur Elon Musk was feeling poorly recently, so he took four COVID-19 tests in a 24-hour period.

(This type of test is called the ‘rapid antigen test’, because results are obtained in a short period of time.) According to Musk, two of the tests came back positive and two came back negative. So whether Mr. Musk has COVID or not, fully 50% OF HIS TEST RESULTS WERE TOTAL FAILURES. Musk used the term “bogus ” to describe the tests. (We should probably remind ourselves, that a guy like Musk would almost certainly follow the Test Directions to the letter.)


And he has been mocked for that and got an explanation : https://twitter.com/emmabell42/status/1327586649765769218

One can be a great investor and engineer while having limited knowledge on other subjects.

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Posted in: Bitcoin breaks $18,000 with all-time high in sight See in context

commanteerToday 10:58 am JST

Shhhh.... It's all just a magic internet money ponzi scheme. Invest in something safe, like the US dollar. It's backed by the US government - the most trustworthy institution in the world.

Ahah, I like that.

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Posted in: Trump concedes 'nothing' on election; Biden team to meet vaccine makers See in context

bass4funkToday 01:15 pm JST

You told us for months how Rump was going to sweep the carpet and win against "Sleep Joe".

And then the Dems did their magic....yes, Biden won more votes as a Democrat more than Obama and Hillary....sleepy Joe Biden? Lol

It wasn't a pro Biden vote, it was an anti Trump vote.

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Posted in: Virgin's Hyperloop carries passengers for the first time See in context

On a side note Musk is far from being the first one proposing it ...

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Posted in: Charlie Hebdo sparks Turkish fury with cartoon of Erdogan See in context

R. T.Today 11:09 am JST

"we will continue to publish them", and proceeded by encouraging that and projecting the images on a government building.

Doesn't sound vulgar to me ...

R. T.Today 11:12 am JST

oh my reply was an insult in your definition? I hope you did not get hurt

Thanks for making me giggle, that's quite ironical considering your position.

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Posted in: Charlie Hebdo sparks Turkish fury with cartoon of Erdogan See in context

R. T.Today 10:38 am JST

I do, do you? Similar vulgar remarks were made from the "head of the state" of France.

Like I said, most people repeat words without thinking.

Oh you got me, in yout opinion what vulgar thing did Macron say ?

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Posted in: Charlie Hebdo sparks Turkish fury with cartoon of Erdogan See in context

MocheakeToday 08:59 am JST

Charlie Hebdo really seems to like starting trouble. It's one thing to ridicule Erdogan but why always bringing in something about the Prophet Muhammad? You get what you ask for so don't be surprised by the reaction or what may follow. You are asking for it.

They often draw the Pope, Jesus, or who/whatever religious symbols, only the Islamic ones make noise for some reason.

And maybe because they had a little history since January 2015...

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Posted in: France to expel 231 suspected extremists after attack on teacher See in context

kurisupisuToday 09:19 am JST

Reform Islam or it will never cease...

How do you do that ? It's not an institution...

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