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Posted in: Study: Fox viewers more likely to believe COVID falsehoods See in context

Fox and CNN are both pretty bad.

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Posted in: World leaders dial up doomsday warning to kick-start climate talks See in context

Buffoonery at its best, thanks to so-called world leaders!

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Posted in: Man in Joker costume with knife injures 17 people on Tokyo train; starts fire See in context

Hope the security system in Japan can do more in the future to prevent this type of crime . . . .

Like what? Ridiculous.

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Posted in: Biden tries to show European allies U.S. is with them See in context

Biden has blown it. He had the chance and is failing miserably. So sad.

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Posted in: Kishida to become PM; hold general election Oct 31 See in context

He is definitely not comfortable.

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Posted in: China declares all cryptocurrency transactions illegal See in context

 I am sick of seeing spam messages everywhere on the net promoting bitcoin and how everyone can get rich by doing nothing at home.

Ever tried it? Please educate yourself, Crypto has been around a long time, we are reaping the rewards now!

It's a great asset for wealth creation.

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Posted in: Evacuees from Afghanistan plead for action: 'We are in some kind of jail' See in context

Americans: It's other Americans' fault!

Anglo-Afghan wars, 1839-1919, Soviet invasion, 1979-89, US and Nato invasion, 2001-21

Please Don't give the Americans all the credit.

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Posted in: Man arrested for scattering anti-Olympic flyers from train See in context

when a piece of thrown paper becomes something other than a littering fine, you know something is not going to end well for free speech, the right to protest.

There is no free speech in this country. Just listen to the music, watch some tv and see how people react when you really want to say something intelligent. Your only free to talk about how great everything is here.

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Posted in: Macron arrives in Tokyo for Olympic opening ceremony See in context

Maybe he can have dinner with Jill.

or something.

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Posted in: Jill Biden to have busy 3 days in Tokyo See in context

She would have done more good by just flying into the U.S. military base, doing a photo-op wishing the Olympics well and then leaving the next day.

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Posted in: Japan to begin accepting requests for vaccine passports from July 26 See in context


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Posted in: French father goes on hunger strike for children 'abducted' by Japanese wife See in context

Some foreigners claim Japan is only racist. In my experience it often is, but foreigners often play the race card way too early as well.

This is very true.

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Posted in: Virus cases jump 1,200 in South Korea amid slow vaccination See in context

Freedom is the birthright of all human beings. The inorganic ones trying to control the masses are failing miserably and with do everything in their power to confuse, distort, and separate humans from each other.

Social distance is an oxymoron, how can you be social and distant? Power to the people! Stay strong and avoid the distractions they throw at you.

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Posted in: Osaka says she is preparing for Olympics, and will do news conferences See in context

What happened? Money running out? Fear of being deleted from competitions? Or fear of becoming irrelevant?

All of the above.

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Posted in: China cautions G7 that 'small' groups don't rule the world See in context

China cautions G7 that 'small' groups don't rule the world

Single large Asian countries (China) don’t rule the world either.

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Posted in: Boeing faces new hurdle in 737 MAX electrical grounding issue See in context

Hire Spacex already to solve this challenge.

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Posted in: Restaurant chain operator sues Tokyo gov't over COVID opening hour restrictions See in context

Eat, drink and be merry.

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Posted in: Ex-bank employee arrested for stealing ¥52 mil; blames it on stress See in context

Well, clothes shopping will do it every time.

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Posted in: Super Bowl No. 7 for Tom Brady as Buccaneers beat Chiefs 31-9 See in context

Great game!! Mahomes was beaten up pretty badly. I am sure he will be back though. Great job Tampa!

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Posted in: McConnell says Trump provoked Capitol siege; mob 'fed lies' See in context

When the hoopla settles, it will not be a piece of cake.

Yes, it's all lip service.

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Posted in: Suga's upcoming decision on state of emergency derided as too little, too late See in context

Insanely radical idea that would completely undo all the hard work J- govt put into minimizing the number of tests & infection numbers so as to keep the cronies Olympic gravy train on track. Will never happen, what do you think this is ...a modern democracy or something,?


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Posted in: Gov't to ask experts whether to declare state of emergency again See in context

Why dither about it? If it's an emergency, it's an emergency! Is it or isn't it? More action is required and less passing the buck.

That is correct. Suga needs to strongly tell all people that is you feel feverish, have a cough, sore throat, body aches.............You should assume you have covid and get tested asap. People should also assume that everybody outside the house has covid. Now it is possible that you might have a cold or the flu or...............but not likely. This is not rocket science. Also assume that the covid figures are highly manipulated for the comfort of the public. WTF? The Government needs to stop being wimps and tell it like it is. People need to be more proactive and take care of themselves, wear a mask, wash your hands, stay home for awhile, forget about going out and drinking..................Not so difficult is it? There is a lack of awareness and selfishness in this country that has lit the fuse on this pandemic. This is a wildfire that needs to be put out with with every available resource imaginable. Seems the Government is just using a garden hose.

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Posted in: Gov't to ask experts whether to declare state of emergency again See in context

And put our hopes in a coming soon effective vaccine.

A vaccine is not the solution at this moment. A vaccine is important but remember you can get vaccinated and still get the virus and infect others. Takes a few weeks for the injection to provide any kind of protection, and then you need a follow up injection. The vaccine is only hope at the moment and won't be available for months.

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Posted in: Surging coronavirus undermines leaders' support in Japan, S Korea See in context

Japan is a very small country compared to America, but they are traveling down the same path. Deny, deny, deny until it's out of control.

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Posted in: Air freight prices 'outrageous' as COVID-19 shots rolled out, says WHO expert See in context

I frequently use the iHerb website and get goods from America in 4 days. Also shipping is free from the U.S. to Japan.

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Posted in: Hunter Biden facing federal investigation over 'tax affairs' See in context

Everybody knows Hunter Biden is a tax cheat, what else is new?

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Posted in: Trump to appear in Georgia in gamble over control of U.S. Senate See in context

A major issue in Georgia has always been voter fraud on both sides. It will be interesting to see what happens.

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Posted in: Biden taps Janet Yellen as Treasury secretary See in context

Horrible choice, Just wait what's next....

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

Wash your hands, wear a mask, eat, drink, and be merry! Happy holidays!!

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Posted in: Suga congratulates Biden; hopes to strengthen alliance See in context

China will now face a United States that can work with it's allies and is lead by an educated person whose primary concern is his country

You have got to be kidding? Who is the educated person, Biden? He is a 47 year failed politician that is more of a narcissist than Trump. Not sure if you are an American, but you should really study and research before making such claims. China loves that Biden will be the President elect because they know he will be much easier to handle than Trump. Fact.

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