May it be because ambulances belong to the fire department and not to the hospitals? If ambulances belonged to hospitals as happens in most countries they wouldn't have problems getting back to the "home" hospital instead of wandering around.
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Have a look at Seaspiracy all, and you'll understand that there's no fisheries control that holds, and all the "sustainably fishing" story is a mockery.
We must look at a different diet that preserves living natural inhabitats, everything points to a plant-based diet...I enjoy my shoujin unagi time by time and don't miss the real thing too much.
Protecting the sea means protecting yourself, we are all connected to this living thing.
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Well, I am talking from a moral standpoint...
0 ( +4 / -4 )
When you go to a party you pitch in some beer money, don't you? However that doesn't make you part of the household.
I hope you're joking, your example doesn't make any sense, it's like pitch in beer money and being told to drink it outside because I am a foreigner, this is what they are doing.
Virus doesn't know nationalities and having family and contributing to the Japanese economy with my work makes me eligible to have the same rights as national Japanese.
Not to mention your "us" and "youse" mentality...
11 ( +18 / -7 )
This is a violation of human rights, don't we pay the same taxes as our Japanese fellows do?
As residents, our life, our family, our activities are based in Japan and nowhere else, the authorities shall not have the power to strand us while nationals are free to travel and spread.
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No wonder she was promptly hospitalized. Some lives are more important than others right.
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I wish they allow us europeans to donate, as long as no mad cow-related issues have ever been proven to exist.
3 ( +3 / -0 )
That shinrin yoku may serve you to recover from the 2 hours (more?) hateful trip needed to finally see some green emerge from the Tokyo-crete scene...but you'll be pissed off again as soon as you enter the - overly crowded!! - woods, you know...
0 ( +0 / -0 )
These numbers are not helpful if cannot be compared with the number of tests that have been carried out.
Does anybody know where we can check how many tests are performed daily?
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Plastic shopping bags are combustible and do no harm to marine. It is from neighboring countries that are reaching Japan's coasts
Yes, because polluting the air is harmless, right? Especially burning plastics that release dioxins that deposit on the crops that you eat.
Anyways, the charge on plastic bags is a (late) start but makers should invest much more in bio-materials and customers should start to use those "maibaggu" that buy abroad and then leave on a shelf to take dust.
Hopefully the new generations will understand, but I expect older ones to prefer to pay those few yens for their own convenience.
Another huge issue is the plastic transparent bags used at the supermarkets, I believe they are excepted from the charge. Even though I always tell the cashier to avoid wrapping fruits and veggies in plastic bags they keep using the transparent bags, like they're not recognized as being plastic, and if I give them back they throw them away: who taught you civil education??
6 ( +12 / -6 )
Glad to hear that after the coronavirus everything is back to normal.
13 ( +15 / -2 )
I am sure that all those panels are fully recyclable. Ah no...
3 ( +6 / -3 )
What is he waiting for to claim back the four seasons as well? They naturally belong only to Japan...!!
2 ( +4 / -2 )
Ridiculous, embarrassing, unskillful. Like most comedians here, has the sense of humor of a 6 yo child.
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In her best sales year she made 240.000.000 yen (240 millions yen).
That means an average of 657.000 yen per day. That in euros is 5100€, in dollars 5800$. Per day.
I'm going to buy a truck and some takoyaki flour. And, I promise, I will pay taxes...
5 ( +5 / -0 )
How could you even make an average of 110 million yen per year selling takoyaki...?...
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The Japanese ministry said it will expand domestic capacity to process plastic waste, while also preventing illegal dumping.
This should just be an emergency measure for the time being.
I'd like them to start from the roots of plastic waste issue, to be said decrease its usage from the industry and mostly start a campaign that instructs people about waste issues, there's such a lack of self consciousness, superficiality.
Plastic bags are definitely a plague here...a massive step might be to introduce biodegradable ones (why not here yet!?), and the next step is to bring your eco bag with you, that would be the plastic bag death.
2 ( +2 / -0 )