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Posted in: Restaurant operator slams 'hypocrisy' of health ministry officials See in context

The self-righteousness is incredibly saddening.

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Posted in: Despite sexism uproar, Tokyo Olympics chief finds high-level support See in context

For those wondering what the big deal is, women can understand the connotations of Mori's comments. We hear, "I don't really respect women's opinions." "Listening to women's opinions is a waste of my time." "I don't think this is the place for women." "Men are superior to women in the workplace."

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Posted in: With Olympics at stake, Mori seen as too influential to push aside See in context

This article has really put me off my breakfast. Enabling at the highest level.

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Posted in: Yoshiro Mori: Gaffe-prone Tokyo 2020 chief and former Japan PM See in context

He's elderly, has had recent health problems and was STILL reluctant to wear a mask???

I don't believe he's sorry for his comments regarding women. I believe he's sorry his comments gained so much media attention.

Unfortunately flying monkeys will ensure his position remains secure.

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Posted in: Man arrested for injuring doctor over mask request See in context

This is what happens when you call out a narcissist. No doubt Mr. Shimizu is the first one to point out when someone else isn't wearing a mask or wearing a mask correctly. Poor doctor.

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Posted in: Koike asks Tokyo restaurants serving alcohol to shorten opening hours for 3 weeks See in context

It's great that the government is finally starting to do something, but people are simply not getting the message even when it's during the day. Restaurants and cafes in Osaka seem to be meticulous about people using hand sanitizer before entering, but once inside people often take their masks off right away, speak loudly and LOL all over the place. I've also observed tables and menus not being wiped down properly. Since we're in the middle of a pandemic, it might also be time to temporarily stop the loud, enthusiastic welcome that you're given when you enter most places in Japan.

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Posted in: Woman arrested for using spray on bus passengers in Chiba See in context

Yes, what's the difference between speaking loudly and using your cell phone?

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Posted in: Man arrested for throwing used condom at woman See in context

This is very disturbing news. I hope the women involved are coping okay. What a disgusting individual.

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Posted in: Ichihashi sends letter of apology to Hawker's parents See in context

Of course he's sorry. This kind of letter was only a matter of time. I hope it doesn't make a scrap of difference to the case.

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