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Posted in: IOC rejects Russian demand that its athletes compete without restrictions See in context

Obviously Mr Bach has to raise his price.

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Posted in: Boeing bids farewell to an icon, delivering its last 747 jumbo jet See in context

Many pilots attest that it was the best aircraft to fly.

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Posted in: Liverpool's FA Cup title defense over See in context

Liverpool are where they belong- middle of the table. Salah is too busy counting his obscene weekly payment to worry about scoring goals.

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Posted in: IOC's move to reintegrate Russia into Olympics meets opposition See in context

Bach's motto - "Show me the money."

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Posted in: Kishida cautious about same-sex marriage See in context

When is Kishida not cautious about something?

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Posted in: Kishida to consider visiting Ukraine if right conditions are met See in context

Kishida's backside must be getting sore from sitting on the fence so often.

Maybe a condition is a sizeable donation to the LDP.

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Posted in: Australian gov't minister says Kanye West could be denied entry See in context

All countries have the right to deny entry based on character criteria.

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Posted in: Thousands rally for 'Invasion Day' protests on Australia Day holiday See in context

Lidia Thorpe continues to preach division in the Australian community. Maybe if she showed some interest in the welfare of kids in Alice Springs who appear to roam in the early hours at will showing anti-social behaviour, sniffing petrol/glue without any blame being directed towards parents whose existence is centred on alcohol, domestic and sexual abuse, then and only then, will she be taken seriously.

Where is the outcry from the Aboriginal community leaders- their silence is deafening.

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Posted in: IOC seeks pathway to let Russians compete at Paris Olympics See in context

Mt Bach must be running short of the folding stuff.

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Posted in: Anti-stalking orders proving no safety guarantee for victims See in context

Instead of the police waving a finger at these recidivists, maybe a baton would be more effective.

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Posted in: Ex-police officer sent to prosecutors over two groping incidents on train See in context

A japanese police officer "stressed out?" That is an interesting scenario.

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Posted in: Storms bring mudslides, evacuations to California with more rain forecast See in context

As long as the entitled couple are safe in their Montecito mansion all is well in the world.

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Posted in: ‘Spare’ but not stingy: Takeaways from Prince Harry’s memoir See in context

So Harry's army training meant nothing if he was "scared" of his brother who allegedly pushed him over. Face to face combat is apparently much tougher than killing 25 from the relative safety of a helicopter gunship.

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Posted in: Australian Open no-show fuels speculation about Osaka's tennis future See in context

Assumably, sponsors have a "no play, no pay" clause in their contracts. Why she bothered entering her name in the Open smacks of hypocrisy.

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Posted in: Australian Open no-show fuels speculation about Osaka's tennis future See in context

Not surprising. No practice, no play - not the ideal preparation for a grand slam.

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Posted in: Prince Harry says UK royals got into bed with tabloid press 'devil' See in context

Moaning Meghan pulling the strings , Harry doing the dancing. Can’t wait for her book- not.

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Posted in: China sends ships into Pacific near southern Japan See in context

@ Awa no Gaijin 9.04am

What is the source of your information?

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Posted in: Harry accuses Prince William of screaming at him, his aides of leaking stories See in context

Would have thought that "terrifying" would be a better description for Harry when he was in Afghanistan. Your brother yelling at you? Should have called in the cops for a domestic issue problem.

Ok Harry, time to get a real job. As for the apparently fragile wifey, just fade away like most actors do.

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Posted in: China launches WTO dispute over U.S. chip sanctions See in context

Since when did China decide what another country can export?

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Posted in: Messi and Alvarez fire Argentina past Croatia 3-0 into World Cup final See in context

@ buchaillidana 8.31am

"Maradona dragged............"

I think you mean "handled" Argentina.....

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Posted in: 2024 transfer of Okinawa-based Marines to Guam on course: U.S. Marines See in context

Rodney @ 8.20am

Obviously you do not have a logistical background.

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Posted in: Australian politicians to visit Pacific in bipartisan effort to boost ties See in context

and so much for her concern over carbon emissions.

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Posted in: Australian politicians to visit Pacific in bipartisan effort to boost ties See in context

@ diagonalslip 2.43pm

Correct. Wong is determined to visit a record no. of countries by Xmas. (Of course, she is not footing the cost.)

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Posted in: One of Tokyo’s busiest subway lines is adding women-only cars See in context

It took 17 years for the Toei network to implement a second line where a women only carriage was available?

Must have been doing an assessment of its viability!

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Posted in: Australia starts building 'momentous' radio telescope See in context

"...........detect a mobile phone........" Amidst the turmoil and angst the world currently survives in, it's good to know that we can dial up Mars.

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Posted in: 3 men detained in Britain over 2015 jewelry store robbery in Tokyo See in context

TokyoLiving @ 10.08am

They are British citizens- you cannot deport your own- you need to do some reading.

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Posted in: Trump rebuked for call to suspend Constitution over 2020 election See in context

Imagine being a psychiatrist trying to sort him out!

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Posted in: Progressives returned for third term in Australia's Victoria state See in context

It is not a reflection of his handling of the emergency. It is a reflection of the ineffectual opposition party who failed to highlight the deficiencies of the Andrews administration.

Victorians are still owed an explanation regarding the hotel quarantine fiasco to which the Premier's standard reply is "I can't remember" At the 2018 election he championed transparent and accountable Govt and then shuffled the comments into the wastepaper basket.

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Posted in: Kim says ICBM test proves N Korea has capacity to contain U.S. threats See in context

They have been recognised- as a rogue state!

Most kids enjoy watching fireworks displays, apparently in NK kids love watching missile launches. If they have a mishap and land on foreign territory, will Little Kimmy take his daughter to view the incoming?

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