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Posted in: U.S. death toll from COVID hits 1 million See in context

The result of politicizing everything.

The result of I voted for (_____) and will never believe in the fear tactics of those (liberal/conservatives) ever coz I'm a proud (liberal/conservative).

The result of having "complete and absolute freedom" with zero responsibilities.

My condolences to those who lost a loved one during these difficult times.

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Posted in: N Korea reports 15 more COVID-19 deaths; hundreds of thousands of fever cases See in context

No matter how much of lockdowns they impose, that genie's not going back into the bottle. At least they're not getting the full original 2019 variant but a watered down one in mid 2022.

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Posted in: 10 dead, suspect, 18, arrested in mass shooting at Buffalo supermarket See in context

An 18 years old getting all that tactical gear and weapons. Well done, 'murica.

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Posted in: Girl who disappeared in Yamanashi in 2019 confirmed dead after bone DNA test See in context

That's good news. The mom and rest of the family can finally get some closure.

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Posted in: NZ Prime Minister Ardern tests positive for COVID-19 See in context

Sure was a long two weeks for quadruple vaxxed and masked liberals to still be getting Covid

Buddy, the world couldn't care any less about Covid being a liberals vs conservative thing. Maybe you could do too. Unless maybe you're still mad some guy lost the elections a couple years ago?

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Posted in: NZ Prime Minister Ardern tests positive for COVID-19 See in context

Matrix's agent Smith quote comes to mind: "You hear that, (Mr.) Ardern(son)? That is the sound of inevitability!"

I think it's a question of "when" and not "if" we get the virus.

Hope she recovers soon.

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Posted in: The end of an era: Sushiro to up price of 100 yen sushi due to inflation See in context

With all those sushi plates, slowly going around from table to table, I seriously have no clue how Sushiro survived the pandemic.

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Posted in: World's biggest YouTuber PewDiePie moves to Japan See in context

Many jealous comments...

Right?

A successful guy moves to where he (maybe) dreamed about and all he gets is hates from jealous people.

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Posted in: World's biggest YouTuber PewDiePie moves to Japan See in context

We don't want another idiot YouTuber. Japan has many useless YouTubers.

They still make a lot more money than you, me and a bunch others so probably not so useless.

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Posted in: Woman indicted on cocaine smuggling charge See in context

I've always found it funny how Japanese refer to any other nationality as foreigners when they themselves are the gaijin outside of Japan.

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Posted in: Tokyo gov't plans to start same-sex partnership system in November See in context

Meh. This is just another bandaid on the wall.

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Posted in: Man suspected of sexually assaulting teenage girl after giving her sleeping pills See in context

Mmm... Part of the information is missing here. Like how did she get to his place.

Anyway, either he raped her or not she's a minor and he's screwed.

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Posted in: National 'dekotora' association mints NFTs for charity and to support the art of decorating trucks See in context

Or I could just download the video from the web or look at the pictures in the article. I find NFT's the dumbest fad ever.

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Posted in: To what extent do you let reviews of movies or restaurants influence you? See in context

Restaurants, if I happened to like it a lot, I rate them. And if the experience was really really bad, then I rate that too.

Movies, don't care.

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Posted in: Taliban order Afghan women to wear all-covering burqa See in context

Women after nothing but a thing to pop babies in that country. So disgusting and so sad. And worse, absolutely no one there would stand against such human rights violations.

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Posted in: K-pop cheerleaders: the 'flowers' of South Korean baseball See in context

Video links anywhere? Asking for a friend.

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Posted in: LGBTQ leaders warn of renewed wave of hostility around the world See in context

What are the 40 different identity choices ?

There are men.

There are women.

And then, there are another 38 other genders under the "figment" section.

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Posted in: Some companies try 4-day workweek to offer flexibility to employees See in context

A four days week only works of they originally had a five days week 8 hours a day. But if they already had a 12 - 13 hours a day from Monday to Friday (or to Saturday)...

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Posted in: Debate on relaxing mask requirement starting in Japan See in context

No need to wear your mask on the beach, parks, skiing or snowboarding, cycling, jogging or any other outdoor activities.

Was walking around the Tama river today and it was so good to see many folks not wearing them either.

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Posted in: Japan to require listed firms to disclose female manager ratio See in context

What's the point? What was the ratio Womenomics wanted to achieve, to then lower that ratio down?

It's a nice gesture but we know this is just more lip-service.

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Posted in: Relatives try to fulfill missing Hokkaido boat couple's marriage hopes See in context

It's cute what they're trying to do for the couple. But what they want is a symbolic thing and marriage at the city hall is a legal matter.

Why not have a ceremony instead where they remember both as the couple and persons they were? Could enshrine their souls together as well. That would be a lot more meaningful than some legal papers.

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Posted in: China digs in on zero-COVID strategy despite public's frustrations See in context

Here's a video the CCP recently blocked in all of their social media. It's a compilation of different conversations people had during the lockdown, including that one of voices screaming for food.

According to the author, the video was made to remember what they (citizens) went through during the lockdown. Buuuut the censorship CCP saw as an inspiration to rebel and now the family of the guy are afraid for him.

https://youtu.be/H2x7qYLAIu8

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Posted in: Travelers crowd trains, airports as Golden Week holiday begins See in context

@thepersoniamnow

Hot bath at night and that powder kempo medicine in a golden packs you can get at Matsu Kiyo or any pharmacies, and she'll be ready for GW by Monday.

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Posted in: Amber Heard's lawyers revised article Johnny Depp sued over See in context

Watching the whole thing and it's a comedy. Her lawyer doesn't seem to be the brightest thing around either.

Muffins, anyone?

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Posted in: 17-year-old boy arrested over sexual assault of junior high school girl See in context

.then she went and followed the boy!!

I had a similar situation once.

I was walking inside the old Shimokita station and saw when this guy grabbed his girlfriend by the neck, pushed her hard against a wall while still holding her neck and started yelling at her.

I went to grab him and pinned him to the opposite wall. The staff and police were nearby and backed me up. They said they'd take it from there and thanked.

As the cops take him away, she ran to hug him and begged to not take him. I was like woooooow.

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Posted in: 17-year-old boy arrested over sexual assault of junior high school girl See in context

and teach them that women are human beings with autonomy

There's a problem in there. These offenders are not human beings. They're monsters.

If he just gets a slap on the wrist, as we know it happens to underage criminals, he won't learn his lesson and go out and do worse when he's older.

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Posted in: Over half of Japan's population has received booster shot: gov't See in context

First shot had me with a sore arm for a day. Second one had feeling awful for two days and third one, just like the first, gave me nothing more than a sore arm.

Not planning on getting the 4th shot.

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Posted in: Competition for human resources, including mid-career employees, is intensifying as companies look to focus on new growth areas in the post-pandemic era. See in context

Nope. All I see is even more Halen gaisha-in on the forecast and if they got hit hard already, no way they'll shell out more money on the HR department.

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