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Posted in: Actor Akira Shimizu’s son arrested for assaulting wife See in context

The guy clearly should NOT have got physical, step outside, go for a walk, cool DOWN!

Real men don’t hit women...period !

Let me fix the above for you, Real PEOPLE dont hit PEOPLE....PERIOD!!!

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Posted in: White House mum on whether Biden plans to attend Tokyo Olympics See in context

He wont be coming even if the games go ahead, he would face a TON of flak from not just the usual repubs but the US public as well!!

Plus nations are waiting to see if the Japan Games start taking political hits, like if China bails or something, plus there are HUGE costs in getting people & gear to Japan & if\when canceled nations are trying to reduce lost costs as much as possible.....

Its a complete mess for a million reasons, it needs to be shelved or a lot of people are going to get sick not just in Japan but overseas as well....just insane really.

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympic torch relay to be taken off main roads of Okinawa See in context

This has become truly utterly pathetic!!!

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Posted in: Suga arrives in Washington for talks with Biden; China topping agenda See in context

Dont expect much of anything from this meet up. I wonder if suga will ask Biden if he will come to Japan this summer.....

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Posted in: Loud and Proud: Shake Shack's recipe for an inclusive workplace See in context

A lot of these new corporate mantra's seem to be more of a CYA thing. Companies are trying to avoid future bad press & situations, essentially a lot of this stuff are preventative measures that have to deal with the sad woke world that is around us.

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Posted in: Olympics 'difficult' after virus spikes, Japan medical group warns See in context

Medical workers, I believe the games need at least 10,000 of them, are all UN-paid for games related work, so they should start letting TOCOG know that they decided to no longer ""volunteer""

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Posted in: Olympic torchbearers run through empty Osaka park as virus surge tops 1,000 See in context

....This is theatre of the ABSURD!!!

Completely nuts!

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Posted in: 300 hotel rooms planned for Olympic athletes with minor or no COVID symptoms See in context

PURE..........INSANITY!!!

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Posted in: Retiring in Japan: What’s the best strategy? See in context

Article is about investing, not much about retiring, maybe he will do a part two about where how to live etc ideas on those aspects & others

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Posted in: Amazon warehouse workers reject union bid in Alabama See in context

In the beginning, unions provide a great benefit to the workers. Collective bargaining has more leverage than individuals.

However, over time, union leaders provide a great benefit to themselves and not to the workers. This phenomena is not exclusive to unions. It happens to all organizations, for profit, non-profit, local, state, and federal governments.

Unless union workers pay close attention to their unions, workers will end up paying dues and not getting their money's worth.

Fair enough, but the facts are clear with current capitalism, the vast profits are sucked upwards to top management, workers down at the bottom have had wages stagnate now for a good 3-4decades & counting. Upper management is not so slowly DESTROYING the middle classes all around the world, they are literally killing their Golden Goose, their markets!

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Posted in: Gov't to release Fukushima nuclear plant water into sea despite fishermen's objection See in context

I think many agree nuclear power MUST be phased out, its nowhere near safe in the short or long term.

As I have been saying since 2011 this water stored at Fukushima WILL REPEAT WILL end up in the ocean at some point, either man will release it or Mother Nature WILL, make no mistake, the water cycle is UNSTOPABLE in the long term.

Note quote below:

> The Geneva-based body's Director General Rafael Grossi, during his visit to the Fukushima complex in February, said it is a common way to release water at nuclear power plants, even when they are not in emergency situations.

So these kinds of releases have been occurring around the world as a matter of course, the only difference will be scale & some concentration of isotopes etc.

There is NO easy answer BUT as I said this water now or in the future WILL be released one way or another

Tohoku fishermen etc will suffer bad business no matter if the water is stored or released

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Posted in: Egypt seeks settlement out of court with Japanese company for Suez Canal blockage See in context

Clearly we will need more info on what (supposedly) happened & go from there as far as culpability is concerned

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympic organizers hit by test event cancelations for some pool sports See in context

I sense some momentum

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Posted in: Suga willing to establish 'children's agency' See in context

Im happy Suga san is willing to do something.

...I got news for you, building another agency blah blah is NOT doing ANYTHING!

It is setting up another trough for political parasites to feed & suck BLOOD out of!!

There are already plenty of ministries, agencies, far too many in fact, if the simply did their JOBS, then children would ALREADY be taken care of, rinse & repeat for a great many other societal ills here

suga is an idiot, plain & simple

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Posted in: Quasi-emergency COVID-19 measures begin in Osaka, Hyogo, Miyagi prefectures See in context

I think this ""new"" measure may qualify for being quasi STUPID!!!

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Posted in: Tulips in full bloom See in context

Yeah I went by in the train on saturday & the cars & people there......nuts, they should have never planted those bulbs for this year.....

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Posted in: Tokyo 2020 says not true that Osaka leg of torch relay has been canceled See in context

This is kinda funny have to admit!

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Posted in: Japanese karate champion testifies she was bullied by official See in context

Sadly bullying permeates EVERYTHING in Japan, everything!

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Posted in: Review: Once more unto the breach in 'Godzilla vs. Kong' See in context

Man oh man what a crappy load of "writing" that was, just nasty!

“Godzilla vs. Kong,” the only creature feature to dare wide release in some time, is a rock ‘em-sock 'em monster-movie revival with all the requisite explosions, inane plot twists and skyscraper smashing to satisfy most lovers of gigantic amphibians

Oh and from a herp enthusiast please learn the difference between reptile & amphibian...... I wont get into the rest of the writers crap that follows the above!

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Posted in: Some medical experts unconvinced about holding Tokyo Olympics See in context

Lets face it, IF, these games take place, people WILL get covid & people WILL die DIRECTLY because of the games!! Given the scope of an olympics there is NO WAY possible to avoid this, but hey full steam ahead!!!

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

Not surprised at all here, I mean govt & politicians have been abusing Japanese for 100s of years non-stop, and they mostly just take it with the shoulder shrug & then say, well take a guess what most say...... :(

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Posted in: 'No Zoom' Oscars causes backlash, Hollywood media report See in context

Just cancel the stupid "awards" show & have one next year

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Posted in: Kelly's trial increasingly focusing on Nissan-Renault rift See in context

Boy does this blurb ever shine a bright light on the very DARK side of business in Japan, gaijin be aware & BEWARE!!! Scary stuff when govt & companies gang up on people!

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Posted in: China sanctions UK lawmakers and lobby groups over Xinjiang as rift widens with West See in context

Come on now big business I have been TELLING you all now for over 2 decades & counting to START removing your investments from china!!!!

Sadly they havent listened, they had better start because the longer we wait the GREATER the ultimate costs will be!!

Think of the old FRAM Oil Filter commercials of the past, they nailed it! You can pay now or MORE LATER!!

Now get those investment OUT of china!

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Posted in: Evidence emerges of 'brand new' physics at CERN See in context

Science is super cool!!

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Posted in: Jay Leno apologizes to Asian Americans for decade of 'wrong' jokes See in context

Its a sad when Leno has to try to get ahead of this BS cancel culture crap!!! He has NOTHING to apologise for!

A lot of this "progressive"" stuff is actually the opposite, society in the west is heading the way the Romans went way back, its not good.

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Posted in: 80% of art scene workers in Japan harassed within last decade: survey See in context

At least this article shed a bit of light showing that men also have to deal with all kinds of crap & stuff in the workplace, that is refreshing as you pretty much never hear a peep about what guys have had to deal with suck since well.....FOREVER!!

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympic torch relay begins in Fukushima amid COVID-19 fears See in context

The hula dancers Japan........sorry, a MISTAKE, I get they are popular at this ""resort"" for some reason but they just dont belong, again mistake!

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympic torch relay begins in Fukushima amid COVID-19 fears See in context

These two companies should be getting hell from the press for what they are pushing on Japan & its PEOPLE!!

Toyota and Coca-Cola

Along with the IOC & NBC, what these corporations are doing wrt to these games is wrong on so so many levels!

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Posted in: Homare Sawa, runner in first leg of Olympics torch relay, drops out See in context

Boy oh boy that is a high profile kick in the nads there!!

I wonder what's coming next, but I bet it will be coming soon!!!

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