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Posted in: 3 police officers charged in shooting death of 8-year-old Philadelphia girl See in context

Put these three child killer scum in with the general prison population. Lets see just how tough they really are without a badge and a gun.

Rest in Peace to poor little Fanta.

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Posted in: Nadal lights up Melbourne, Barty and Osaka on collision course See in context

Whoever wins the Open will have a giant asterisk next to their name, because the man who hits a ball with a racquet better than anyone else was deported for being a possible threat to "civic order."

What a joke this tournament now is.

Still moaning about this? Seriously? It's past time to get over it.

The rest of us have long moved on and are intently watching the tennis. Whoever wins the mens and womens titles will be deserved Champions.

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Posted in: Tokyo university knife attacker carried liters of flammable liquid: police See in context

Stabbing innocent people in the back. Very evil and cowardly. Hope he is locked away forever, either in a mental institution or prison.

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Posted in: Japan’s best-selling beer changing its recipe for first time in 35 years See in context

Not surprised sales have plumetted as Japanese people get exposure to and more educated about different kinds of brew.

There are some brilliant smaller breweries in Japan that are gaining market share on the majors all the time. Better quality and taste to the macro brews - in my mind anyway.

Hitachino Nest is one of my favorites.

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Posted in: Djokovic could be barred from French Open by vaccine law See in context

Good for France. Hold your nerve, Pres. Macron, and exclude all non-vaccinated players. Lock Djokovic out!

Get ready for the usual suspects to start tantrum throwing and calling France a "Chinese tributary state", "totalitarian", "should have the Major taken off and them" and other laughable nonsense.

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Posted in: Trial begins for parents charged with fatal abuse of 4-year-old daughter See in context

Please, please execute these two pieces of trash. There is no value whatsoever in permitting them to live.

Also hoping quite a few public servants are charged with neglect, lose their jobs and are stripped of their pensions in entirety. Child welfare officials are useless and dangerous tax thieves.

Rest in Peace to poor little Kokoro-chan.

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Posted in: Japan’s best-selling beer changing its recipe for first time in 35 years See in context

Less rice, more barley please. Suntory Premium Malts is the far superior beer.

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Posted in: Vietnamese trainee in Japan demands apology for 2 years of abuse See in context

Good luck to him. Hope he gets plenty of money. The calibre of men who work in construction in Japan is not exactly high class, it must be said.

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Posted in: Liverpool relying on abnormal season to catch Man City See in context

Minamino, unless he becomes consistent with his performances he’s likely to be sold at the end of the season.

That's real disappointing to hear. He is getting better each game. Klopp shouldn't sell him.

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Posted in: Osaka, Nadal win openers at Australian Open See in context

Tainted tournament for the men. The eventual winner will always have an asterisk after their win*****

Only in anti-vaxxers bitter minds.

The Australian Open - and every Major - is way bigger than one individual.

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Posted in: Liverpool relying on abnormal season to catch Man City See in context

Another win to Liverpool!

Fabulous to see Minamino on the scoresheet again. He is becoming a fan favorite at Anfield, and is featuring a lot more in the team. He certainly will be converting lots of Japanese to become Liverpool fanatics!

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Posted in: 1,000 women take part in New Year archery event See in context

Amazing scene!

I have said it before, and will again : the level of skill of Japanese women when it comes to sport is off the charts. Future gold medal archers right there!

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Posted in: Osaka, Nadal win openers at Australian Open See in context

Sensational start by Naomi! She is gonna be tough to beat for that 5th Major, that's for sure!

Go Naomi!!

sadly the tournament has already been overshadowed by the staggering incompetence of Australia and its leaders.

Let it go. The rest of us have moved on and are focussed on the tennis.

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Posted in: North Korea fires 2 suspected ballistic missiles in 4th launch this month See in context

Little Rocket man must be having major issues in his circle. These tests are being done as an attempt to show "strength".

Lets all hope and pray for massive instability in Pyongyang - and that rivals are lining Little Rocket Man up for an assassination. There will be spontaneous dancing in the streets the free world over if this happens.

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Posted in: Djokovic loses deportation appeal in Australia See in context

What a sad, appalling state of affairs that my government can have and use blanket, god-like power to evict someone with whose views it disagrees.

Lie on immigration forms anywhere, you wont get in. Simple as that. No-one has a right to get into any foreign country. You have to follow laws.

Good riddance, Djoker!

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Posted in: City opens up 13-point lead in English Premier League See in context

Under Liverpool legend Gerrard - a great Manager - Villa could be fighting for a top 4 spot within 3 years. Looking very promising under Stevie G.

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Posted in: Djokovic loses deportation appeal in Australia See in context

Yesssssss!

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Posted in: Dominant Man City take drama out of title race See in context

@ Tooheysnew - I agree.

Man City may have an unlimited cheque book, but they have no soul. Unlike Liverpool. Their trophies only come due to oil money.

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Posted in: Cherry blossoms set to bloom even earlier in Japan this year See in context

Fabulous news!

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Posted in: Osaka 'as good as I can be' ahead of Australian Open defense See in context

Go Naomi! Looking in great shape, and good for a 5th Major title in 5 years!

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Posted in: Woman killed in apparent subway shove at Times Square See in context

Looks like this could well be a racist, anti-Asian murder. Despicable.

Rest in Peace to the poor woman.

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Posted in: Sumo association probe finds 2 wrestlers gambled illegally: source See in context

Gambling on sumo has been around since the sport began. It is unknown if these wrestlers were arranging to fix matches with the bookmakers - but it is highly likely.

If proven, ban all those involved for life.

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Posted in: Japan's Pacific coast hit by tsunami after Tonga eruption See in context

Terrible scenes coming in from Tonga with the tsunami surging, flooding houses reminiscent of 2011. They will definitely need immediate emergency help there.

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Posted in: Who's next? Hong Kong media fearful after arrests, shutdowns See in context

Maybe if these publications stopped advocating for "independence" they would be fine. Hong Kong is part of China, surely that's not too hard to understand.

Nonsense.

They are simply advocating for the right to free speech, the right to be critical of their government and legal system when necessary, and for accountability of the officials they - the citizens - fund. Not exactly radical or revolutionary.

Is that too hard to understand?

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Posted in: Who's next? Hong Kong media fearful after arrests, shutdowns See in context

Totalitarian terror-state HK needs to be boycotted entirely. The Commie HK gov't will be trawling through email and social media accounts of all HK citizens right now, looking for any historical evidence of dissent or opposition not deemed "patriotic". Countless "non patriots" will be arrested and sent off to the mainland. Never to be seen again.

Most international companies and news agencies are deserting HK. ALL need to exit. Commie Carrie Lam, the entire HK gov't, police and judges will hopefully be eventually put against the wall. We can all hope.

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Posted in: N Korea fires 2 short-range ballistic missiles in 3rd launch this month See in context

It is about time Japan lease some nuclear missiles from the USA. Or Japan will be sitting ducks.

LOL.

Nations don't just lease nuclear weapons like you would lease a car!

Reality is, Japan is only a screw turn away from having nukes.

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Posted in: Djokovic faces deportation after Australia revokes visa See in context

Need a replacement GS event. What is it worth if Nadal wins this for example? (I don’t think he will mind you)

Spoken by a non sportsman.

Whoever wins this Major will be a fully deserved champion.

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Posted in: Djokovic faces deportation after Australia revokes visa See in context

Yes! Cop that, Djokovic! All he had to do was get vaxxed. Instead, he was sneaky, lied on his immigration forms about previous travel, refused to follow health orders when infected and appeared around children. Wjo knows how many people his harmful activities have infected the past 2 years.

Djokevic is a disgrace. Good riddance to bad rubbish. You wont be missed.

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Posted in: Hong Kong police switch to goose-stepping 'to show patriotism' See in context

All the places in the world who do the "goose step" are sad, totalitarian terror-states. Russia, North Korea, Communist China.

And now Hong Kong.

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Posted in: N Korea fires 2 short-range ballistic missiles in 3rd launch this month See in context

Is that a body double? This guy looks slimmer and fitter than the Kim we used to know.

The person in the photo is definitely NOT Little Rocket Man. It is well known evil Kim has several doppelganger body doubles.

The real Kim could be seriously ill. Now is the time, we hope, that the military rises up and ousts/kills him

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