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Posted in: Woody Allen says new documentary 'riddled with falsehoods' See in context

Hollywood is full of creeps. Who marries their adoptive daughter?

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Posted in: Sustainable energy key to COVID-19 recovery in Asia and the Pacific See in context

The deep freeze across the southern U.S. reminds us of the shortcoming of renewable energy- a lack of reliability. Half the wind turbines in Texas froze, leading to widespread power outages.

California illustrates the cost of renewable energy, with energy bills that are significantly higher for customers compared to other States.

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Posted in: Time to wear a better mask, experts say See in context

If people want to wear fancy masks after herd immunity is attained in a few months, that's their choice.

The rest of us will carry on with life.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 327 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 1,234 See in context

Sandy Beach- Johns Hopkins indicates there could be herd immunity in the U.S. by April. With the amount of infections plus vaccines, the chains of transmission will be broken. Infection rates have already plummeted. Not exactly sure if Japan is in the same boat, but it can’t be far behind.

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Posted in: Exodus of Republican voters tired of Trump could push party further right See in context

Fake news.

They left because of McConnell and other back-stabbing RINOs who were carried to victory by Trump.

They’ll join the new Patriot party, along with many other Republicans and Democrats.

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Posted in: Osaka beats Williams to reach Australian Open final See in context

Naomi is a class act. Serena not so much.

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Posted in: Trump-McConnell feud threatens Republicans' path to power See in context

Trump represents working class Americans, which is why he remains extremely popular despite 24/7 fake news coverage.

With all their CCP ties and corrupt ways, the last thing McConnell and the Swamp want is Trump back in DC to turn the light back so the roaches have to scatter again.

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Posted in: LDP wants more women at meetings, but only if they don't talk: Nikai See in context

Come on, give credit where it is due. The gesture is being done to have women more engaged.

An example of an agenda-driven article. Typical of what is being passed off as “news” these days.

These women are not elected. But give them power as though they were? They only do that in the U.S.

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Posted in: Federal lawsuit accuses Trump, Giuliani of inciting deadly Capitol riot See in context

The “get Trump” charade continues as the DC Swamp doesn’t want the rest of the world to know that the election was stolen. Americans know the truth and won’t be intimidated.

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Posted in: S Korean sex slave survivor wants U.N. court judgment See in context

They’ll keep fanning these flames for another 1000 years, as this gives politicians more power.

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Posted in: No. of juvenile suicides in Japan hits record-high 479 in 2020 See in context

The constant doom and gloom doesn’t help. Time to end the restrictions for schools and kids activities.

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Posted in: Some remain skeptical as Japan set to roll out vaccines on Wednesday See in context

People will get vaccinated if it helps them live a normal life. The most vulnerable should get it unless they want to live the rest of their lives in hiding.

Also, 80% is probably too high. 50% is the likely threshold for herd immunity. But I think that number is irrelevant soon. If you give people the option for vaccination and they don't want it, that's their choice.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 266 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 961 See in context

No surprise. Winter spike is now dissipating. Following the global trend.

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Posted in: Over half of Japanese firms want Olympics cancelled or postponed: survey See in context

Do these supposed surveys ask why people or firms want the Olympics cancelled? Cancellation will not help with COVID. Japan has some of the lowest COVID cases and deaths on the planet. And if you're worried about catching it, stay home.

Cancel the games for the sake of cancelling? Doesn't really add up.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 371 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 1,364 See in context

Japan could conduct more tests, but not sure that would do any good. The U.S. tests anybody that wants one. Yet, Japan seems to be doing a better job of understanding where and how the outbreaks are happening.

If authorities are hiding the active case trend, severity of outbreak would show up in number of fatalities. But the trend in Japan seems to be following the rest of the world.

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Posted in: Senate acquits Trump as Republicans save him See in context

Biden knows who started the Capitol intrusion and it wasn’t Trump. But he’s keeping the fence up around DC for the foreseeable future. Wonder why he’s so paranoid?

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Posted in: Attacks on older Asians stoke fear in San Francisco Bay Area's Chinatowns See in context

San Francisco is a liberal cesspool. They let criminal illegal immigrants go free. Feces and hypodermic needles are everywhere. Residents are fleeing. It is nothing like it was 20 years ago.

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Posted in: Rioters acted on Trump's orders, Democrats say in trial See in context

Lots of evidence that Antifa and Capitol police led the intrusion. But I don’t think many here are interested in facts. The DC Swamp is merely trying to prevent Trump from running again, so they can continue their corrupt ways. Guess who Mitch McConnell’s wife does $$$ millions in “business” with? Your large neighbor to the West that starts with “C”. DC is a cesspool.

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Posted in: Biden in call with China's Xi raises human rights, trade See in context

Japan needs to be able to fend for itself. It cannot count on the U.S. to stop the CCP's growing threat. That growing threat has made its way into the highest levels of the U.S. government. U.S. Rep. Eric Swallwell is the tip of the iceberg.

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Posted in: Tokyo stocks end at 30-year high on global economic recovery hopes See in context

U.S. economy has been recovering, but stock markets are being propped up by central banks.

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

Amazing Brady! Tampa peaked at the right time. KC should be back next year.

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Posted in: Doctors warn of long-lasting COVID aftereffects among youths See in context

Meanwhile, some unnamed doctor saw an unnamed youngster who tested negative for COVID but then for some reason hated going to school.

Close Japan now! Cancel the Olympics!

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Posted in: Criticism keeps swirling over Tokyo Olympic chief's sexist comments See in context

Japanese women will be just fine, so save the faux outrage. They know that there is still some chauvinism in Japan and they know how to deal with it. But Mori certainly opened the door for CCP cancel cultists, who would like to see Japan fail.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 577 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 2,372 See in context

While Japan has a different approach to testing, it appears effective for understanding the trend of the virus.

The U.S. is no better off, even with tests available for anyone that wants one. In fact, there are LOTS of false positives. Elon Musk did two nasal swabs at the same time- one was positive and the other negative. Add financial incentives for U.S. hospitals that handle COVID patients/deaths and you have data that is unreliable.

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Posted in: S Korea drops description of Japan as 'partner' in defense white paper See in context

Maybe we're reading into the revised statement a little too much?

Regardless, politicians always need an enemy to conquer. If the countries are still around a thousand years from now, I'm sure S. Korea leaders will still be reminding the people about the occupation.

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Posted in: WHO team visits Wuhan research lab at center of speculation See in context

CCP lied, people died. The whistleblower scientists all disappeared. WHO was complicit in the coverup.

CCP will owe the world $ trillions.

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Posted in: Uncertainty for Tokyo Olympic volunteers, torch bearers See in context

They should let the public know soon what the guidelines will be. There are already many barriers to implement- social distancing, masks, negative tests, temperature checks, keeping vulnerable people at home, etc. By July, vaccinations will be widespread. It can still be a great event, but they need to put a plan in place.

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Posted in: Osaka commits to Olympics but admits virus is a big concern See in context

Japan Olympic Committee will definitely not look to people on this forum to be Olympic ambassadors. So much gloom and doom.

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Posted in: Japan's Olympic sponsors shelve ads as mood sours over Games See in context

Is Kyodo a propaganda arm of the CCP, too? 80% in Japan want the Games cancelled or delayed? Highly doubtful. In the U.S., these are called fake polls, designed to influence sentiment. They don't work in the U.S., but maybe they do in Japan.

COVID will be almost gone by summer. Vaccines will be widely distributed. Sports with spectators are being played all over the world.

It would be silly to cancel the games. Perhaps postpone it, if the goal is maximum fan attendance. But it will not be cancelled.

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Posted in: Japan set to extend state of emergency for up to another month See in context

Social distance or masks, personal hygiene. Let’s get on with life.

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