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Posted in: Djokovic's father filmed with fans holding pro-Russia flags at Australian Open See in context

cleo

Why bring up Red Square or any other place, I’m not a Putin fanboy? I’m against all repression in all countries by the authorities.

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Posted in: Trial of Abe shooter to face issue of sympathy for church 'victim' See in context

He needs to be punished with imprisonment and allowed out if and when rehabilitated. He was driven insane by the wicked deeds of this phone church the preys on people like his mother.

The church needs to be sorted out as do those who profited by scamming people and ruining countless lives.

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Posted in: At least 3 dead as heavy snow and record cold hit Japan See in context

wallace

Stay safe and keep warm mate. Still just cold here, nit seen any snow at all today

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Posted in: Djokovic's father filmed with fans holding pro-Russia flags at Australian Open See in context

Free speech must never be stopped.

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Posted in: At least 3 dead as heavy snow and record cold hit Japan See in context

Fine here in central Osaka, just rather cold at present.

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Posted in: Fukui town set to OK Japan's 1st 'level-4' autonomous vehicles See in context

Stop the automation right now! People need interaction and social intercourse, especially the elderly. What kind of world will we be living in soon? I’m worried for the future for the children.

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Posted in: Premier League clubs set new record for January spending See in context

My team Crystal Palace (Pride of South London), haven’t spent anything yet. What are they like? Maybe like me, sensible frugal and operating in an honest manner.

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Posted in: Two 14-year-old boys arrested for robbing jewelry store, assaulting owner See in context

Ghastly boys! Didn’t their mothers teach them to respect others? Sometimes one of the villains takes control and eggs on another, or possible they are both rotten to the core

Something needs to be done to instill decency into these boys.

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Posted in: Heavy snow warnings issued for parts of Japan; flights canceled See in context

Roy

Tomorrow will just be travelling by subway, expect that will all be working.

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Posted in: FAO: Rising prices, food insecurity add to ranks of hungry See in context

Plenty of food on this planet but lack of investment in logistics

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Posted in: Heavy snow warnings issued for parts of Japan; flights canceled See in context

Roy

Took the subway train after I met him and my friend earlier landed at Kansai and took Nankai to Namba with no issues.

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Posted in: Heavy snow warnings issued for parts of Japan; flights canceled See in context

Been out with one of my chums, double plus fun. Very chilly and a few snowflakes. Nothing o worry about for us Osaka chaps.

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Posted in: Billions still exposed to toxic trans fat: WHO See in context

Wobot

Indeed, butter was demonised for decades, such a shame. The experts that decide what is safe for us regarding food and pharmaceuticals are driven by money. The public’s interest and safety is secondary to profits, we see it again and again.

Governments have a duty to ensure food safety and encourage healthy eating as much as we have an individual duty to ourselves and our loved ones to maintain a healthy lifestyle.

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Posted in: Commentator Dokic hits out at 'fat-shaming' trolls at Australian Open See in context

Being vulgar and beastly to the obese is wrong and will possibly lead to them comfort eating and becoming depressed. They need motivation, some can do but others need a helping hand.

The body positivity movement which is a big thing in the West is terrible and encourages poor health and ultimately an early death.

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

Travelbangajin

And your point is? A man can’t see and understand his surroundings]? Been here almost 22 years now. Travelled the world, think I have good knowledge of what safety is and so do others. Serious crimes are low in Japan especially compared with the West, it’s facts backed up by data.

Not seen anyone lecturing here apart from you and the resident 3rd wave feminist TBH

Kikai

In calling somewhere safe it’s judged by looking worldwide. Women have less to fear from serious crimes here and so do men.

The foreign women that come here going on about being in fear are delusional or seeking attention. It’s nit the norm here whatever they say

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Posted in: Pancake steamed buns coming to Japanese convenience stores, said to pair well with fried chicken See in context

Jansob

I would suggest the Americans dietary choices are on of the causes of the obesity crisis, what a dreadfully unhealthy food choice, especially for the children.

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Posted in: Japan reports 64,450 new coronavirus cases See in context

Soon the world will be over this ghastly Covid, most of us are but some can’t let go and are still afraid, I feel very sorry for them.

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Posted in: Next New Zealand PM slams 'abhorrent' Ardern treatment See in context

What people don’t seem to understand this happens to all leaders, celebrities and elite sportsmen. She has shown she was not up to the job and couldn’t handle the pressure.

The people who indulge in this beastly behaviour are nutters of no particular political leaning, it’s the same on both sides their are ghastly people about who are abusive, rude and threatening,

As a public figure you will get it with both barrels

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Posted in: 4 dead, 3 others unconscious after predawn fire at Kobe apartment See in context

I find this incredibly upsetting.

Like Mr Wallace I too lived in Hyogo Prefecture and had associates and friends from that ward.

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Posted in: Liverpool-Chelsea stalemate dents top-four hopes; Newcastle held by Palace See in context

Double plus good showing by Crystal Palace. Good to see Mr Richards make his second consecutive start for Palace, looks like a decent hardworking player. Shame Mr Zaha was injured, hopefully not long term.

Premier league is exciting this year with so many ups and downs.

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

Girl in tokyo

What you say is clear to me, incredibly so. You appear to have a chip on your shoulder regarding Japan and men. I stated that Japan is safe, not just for women. The most likely to suffer physical assault in Japan and all G7 nations are young males and men of all ages are the most likely to be victims. Of course this is different regarding sexual offences which are a terrible thing but are not as rampant as you suggest.

I live with a woman who is not afraid to walk alone at night, I know this because I just asked her and we live in central Osaka.

People often perceive reality as different than it is from those they mix with and the media they consume. An example is those who still treat Covid like the plague and live in fear.

Nowhere in earth is totally safe for anyone but it’s not a dangerous place compared to the rest of the world for men or women.

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

Japan is an incredibly safe place for women although they face traditional values especially in many workplaces. Both men and women in Japan are stalked and stalkers, usually won’t hit the headlines as much when it is women as they are less likely to use violence than men, other tactics come into play. Also intimidation and/or violence against men by women is often dismissed in Japan as it is in many countries.

Men are more likely to indulge in this ghastly behaviour but to state this is a man on woman problem only is ludicrous and ignoring the evidence.

Injustices happen against people and groups in any nation, but anyone claiming this is a dangerous country for men or women compared to most countries is living under a delusion.

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Posted in: Pancake steamed buns coming to Japanese convenience stores, said to pair well with fried chicken See in context

Yucky wucky, sounds positively ghastly to me, especially with chicken. Who on earth thinks these things up, has the world gone completely potty?

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Posted in: Global carbon dioxide removal totals 2 billion tons per year: report See in context

Nemo

Nope, nothing I can do about it except maintain my sensible eco friendly lifestyle, that makes me a healthy person. Less driving and less obesity are two of the best solutions available

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Posted in: Global carbon dioxide removal totals 2 billion tons per year: report See in context

I don’t care much about these issues, they are out of my control.

I don’t own a car and walk, cycle or use public transport. I keep myself healthy and decent weight so I don’t consume as much as many, it’s my way of helping Mother Earth.

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Posted in: Japan reports 96,392 new coronavirus cases See in context

Good to see case numbers fall

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Posted in: Japan reports 125,108 new coronavirus cases See in context

tora

Well done. Those beastly masks are useless, unhygienic and cause a massive eco problem worldwide.

I also wish Mr Kishida would follow the science and tell people to stop wearing the masks. The damage it does to the children is heartbreaking.

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Posted in: Japan logs record 7,688 COVID deaths for December See in context

Vitusrex

Never said it’s fine, just stating facts and using data in a scientific manner provided by the experts to show the risks for most are negligible from the current variants.

How on earth does that show a lack of empathy, science deals with facts not emotions.

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Posted in: Japan logs record 7,688 COVID deaths for December See in context

Average death is an over 80 who is already is in poor health, time to move on.

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Posted in: Man arrested for stealing woman’s underwear, setting fire to her house 2 days later See in context

Girl in tokyo

As a man who also knows females and as a human who has the ability to understand and empathize, yes I can understand many things.

I affirm my statement, Japan and all western countries are safer for women than men. The highest risk group in all developed countries for assault, murder and also suicide is young males.

Anyone who believes that Japan is a dangerous place for women is out of touch with reality.

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