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Posted in: Low expectations for rare summit between China, Japan and South Korea See in context

No one can have high expectations when one of the parties to the talks is a totalitarian, Communist police state.

Anyone who expect China to be sincere, open and honest is either hopelessly naive or a fool.

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Posted in: Japanese dog of 'Doge' meme fame dies See in context

Awful news to wake up to. RIP to Kabo-chan. She sure lived a great life.

A $100,000 statue of Kabosu and her sofa crowdfunded by Own The Doge, a crypto organization dedicated to the meme, was unveiled in a park in Sakura in November last year.

Hopefully loyal Kabo-chan's statue becomes famous as the Hachiko one in Shibuya has done.

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Posted in: S Korea, China and Japan to hold trilateral talks next week for first time since 2019 See in context

Excellent..

Union, understanding and cooperation between Asian countries..

Without the intervention of decadent western circUS..

LOL!

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Posted in: Pair of premium Yubari melons sell for ¥3 million See in context

It is ¥ 3 million in advertising expenses. Taste, quality etc are basically irrelevant. Good chance these two famous melons wont be eaten - just displayed in a glass cabinet.

The melon packaging company that paid this money will recoup the cost many, many times over in sales.

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Posted in: S Korea, China and Japan to hold trilateral talks next week for first time since 2019 See in context

The Chinese said that Japan would end up in a fire hyena if it interfered in the Taiwan issue

End up in a hyena for supporting free Taiwan.

I bet Japan is really terrified at the prospect.

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Posted in: Sean 'Diddy' Combs accused of sexually assaulting model in new lawsuit See in context

Combs is rubbish. Without his street gang and their guns protecting him, he is just a weak little weed - who is also a probable child molester. Hope he ends up in prison and cops it for the rest of his life.

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Posted in: S Korea, China and Japan to hold trilateral talks next week for first time since 2019 See in context

WELL DONE and Congrats, just imagine what these three nation could accomplish for their people if they learn to work together!!!

Congrats?

Unfortunately, one of these nations is a controlling, totalitarian, anti-freedom andanti-democracy nightmare. The CCPs values will never align with South Korea nor Japan.

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Posted in: Ex-college employee gets 23 years for raping drugged students See in context

Full physical castration plus the 30 years in prison as requested by the prosecution would have been more appropriate for this animal.

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Posted in: Man City make case to be ranked as England's greatest-ever team See in context

Man City is a great team - no-one can deny this. But they certainly do not seem as good as last season's version. Definitely need some strengthening in that squad, because teams like Liverpool and Arsenal will come at them hard next season.

Liverpool's domination in the 1970s and 1980s included 10 league titles in 15 seasons and four European Cups.

Wow. Very hard to ever outdo this feat - but Man City may go close, especially if the proposed limited "salary cap" does not eventuate.

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Posted in: Swarmed with tourists, town blocks off popular Mount Fuji viewing spot See in context

I can see it now : influencers will take and publish photos of the Lawson with black screen in background. They'll then declare it an "iconic" view, a "must-do" in Japan. Thousands of foreign tourists will flock there daily to pay homage and take photos to copy the influencers exactly.

You know it's going to happen.

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Posted in: Protestors block New Caledonia roads as French police pour in See in context

Funny how several people here who strongly support fascist Russia invading the much smaller Ukraine - "because stronger nations have the right to do so" (as one poster puts it) now are claiming to be on the side against an imaginary "imperialism".

The population of NC have three times rejected independence. Without France, the reality is they would quickly become a banana Republic along the lines of Fiji, with coups every decade. Or a vassal state of Communist China - which is the dream of many, I suspect

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Posted in: Locals in central Japan near Mount Fuji count on UFO craze for tourism See in context

Good for them, a bit of fun. Hopefully this initiative will boost tourists to Yamanashi prefecture - a region that has traditionally been a bit off the beaten track in terms of foreign tourism.

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Posted in: Usyk beats Fury by split decision to become first undisputed heavyweight champion in 24 years See in context

Good, tough fight that went the distance and could have gone either way. The $100 million will console Fury until Part 2! Great respect shown between these two after the fight.

Well done to the champion Usyk - a proud Ukrainian, dedicating his undisputed titles to the brave Ukrainian people.

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Posted in: History says tariffs rarely work, but Biden’s 100% tariffs on Chinese EVs could defy the trend See in context

a Marxist-Leninist state, which is beating the pants off the capitalists.

Nothing wrong with protecting your own industries within a healthy capitalist system - "civilising capitalism" is the right idea. But praising the Marxist-Leninist/Communist system is taking things too far IMO.

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Posted in: History says tariffs rarely work, but Biden’s 100% tariffs on Chinese EVs could defy the trend See in context

An admission that the US is unable to compete economically with China....

The CCP pumps hundreds of billions of dollars into their industries through subsidies, and then dumps these products overseas for far lower than cost price. The goal : to destroy overseas competitors. Of course no nation can compete - unless they, too, protect their own industries.

Good move by Biden. It is to be expected that Trump - should he win - will continue Bidens policies in this area.

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Posted in: Musk confirms Twitter has become X.com See in context

Yeah, so who should I like and respect in the libs eyes? Who is worthy of that?

Got to love that binary thinking:

"Everyone who doesn't agree with me is a "lib"!

Musk can do whatever he wants he’s a Capitalist, he sees only money, how I personally feel about it is irrelevant.

Because you are clearly also a CCP appeaser.

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Posted in: Musk confirms Twitter has become X.com See in context

Musk has business interests in China

And there you have it.

While Musk is pumping out his "Made in China" cars, you won't hear a word of criticism against the Communist Party and their complete censorship.

Congrats to Musk, the only true social media platform where FREE speech truly reigns supreme and all sides are heard as the well it should. Just love the platform,

Seems like some are really under the spell of the bewigged CCP appeaser!

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Posted in: Musk confirms Twitter has become X.com See in context

Musk has said he wants "X" to become a super-app along the lines of China's WeChat.

Of course he does.

Musk loves the CCP and, funnily enough, has never said a negative thing about them publicly. No shock he wants to emulate their controlled social media.

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Posted in: Video appears to show Sean 'Diddy' Combs beating singer Cassie in hotel hallway in 2016 See in context

Combs is a cowardly thug and his type belong in a cage. "Tough" when he has his fellow color gang with him, and his guns, beating up women and preying sexually on little girls.

Hope the authorities cage him up until he expires.

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Posted in: Tokyo’s beckoning cat temple asks foreign tourists to stop writing on the beckoning cats they buy See in context

Anyone else get the feeling that there is something else going on?

Is someone collecting these and they miraculously end up back in the store?

Writing on them insures they cannot be just picked up at night and sold again the next day!

I confess, that was my first thought. Cleaning the writing off to re-sell them later is too troublesome.

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Posted in: Dodgers' first Shohei Ohtani bobblehead giveaway creates 'a stir' and snarls stadium traffic See in context

For crying out loud. All that over a lousy piece of sports memorabilia?

And all that air pollution caused by all those cars waiting in line for so long? Los Angeles is a "progressive" city. And I thought "progressives" cared about the environment.

There's far too much over-infatuation with sports figures and other celebrities.

I bet you're a riot at parties.

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Posted in: 'Flying car' makes Tokyo debut at international tech event See in context

The same thing was said about cars in the 1920's

And electric cars in the 80s/90s.

I remember a kid in my class at school being laughed at when he predicted electric cars would be commonly used in the future.

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Posted in: Putin concludes trip to China by emphasizing its strategic and personal ties to Russia See in context

Birds of a feather flock together.

The same goes for murderous totalitarian dictators.

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Posted in: Shohei Ohtani Day to be annual event in Los Angeles for duration of his Dodgers career See in context

Happy Shohei Ohtani Day to everyone in LA!

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Posted in: 'Flying car' makes Tokyo debut at international tech event See in context

Fightoo, Japan roads are only about two lane ,in the Houston area they have the Beltway 8,it encircled Houston for 30 miles , Japan roads are like alleys compared to US roads Google Beltway 8

Which is exactly why these personal flying vehicles will be perfect for Japan - and will be common in the skies within a decade.

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Posted in: Japan protests after China, Russia call released Fukushima water 'contaminated' See in context

I have been eating Chinese (and occasionally Russian food) for years, and I'm not dead yet.

Each time you go to a Chinese restaurant- in Japan, Canada, US, Australia, Europe etc - you are likely eating Chinese produce contaminated with all manner of chemicals. Who know what the long-term health effects will be?

Just because you do not immediately drop dead is little reassurance.

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Posted in: Scottie Scheffler, from the course to jail and back: What to know about his PGA Championship arrest See in context

I wonder if he used the old "Do you know who I am"? schtick? Sounds like a piece of work.

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Posted in: 'Flying car' makes Tokyo debut at international tech event See in context

"I look forward to flying cars becoming a normal means of transportation."

Agree with Gov. Koike on this one.

No more traffic jams which will be a huge benefit! Hopefully we will all be in self-flying vehicles within the next 10-15 years. The commute to the office - for those that cannot work from home - will be an ease.

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Posted in: Japan protests after China, Russia call released Fukushima water 'contaminated' See in context

Anyone who imports and eats Russian or Chinese food is dicing with death with all the chemicals, pesticides and pollution used on the farms of those countries and in the oceans around them.

In fact, it is illegal to import Russian produce into most democratic nations - for good reason.

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Posted in: Japan protests after China, Russia call released Fukushima water 'contaminated' See in context

More anti-Japan rubbish from two totalitarian nations.

Fortunately, the free, democratic world don't believe anything that comes out of the CCP nor fascist Russia.

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