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Posted in: Demi Lovato says 2018 overdose led to three strokes and heart attack See in context

I agree with much of what Slickdrifter said( mostly the latter 2/3s), except for "perfectly innocent. A puff here, a snort there, a pill here or there. At a party....".

No, not "perfectly innocent" to start willingly taking ILLEGAL drugs, not as a teen nor at any age.

But absolutely it's ONE DAY AT A TIME.

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Posted in: Rush Limbaugh, ‘voice of American conservatism,’ dies at 70 See in context

Rest In Peace, Mr Limbaugh.

Haters gonna hate because their hearts are filled with it

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Posted in: Facebook unfriends Australia: news sites go dark in content row See in context

Facebook going the way of the Dodo and MySpace.

Other services are already available. Bye, Zuck!

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Posted in: Japan's stressed power grid faces new test with Arctic blast on way See in context

"Unheard of for February."

Factually false.

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Posted in: Japan's stressed power grid faces new test with Arctic blast on way See in context

"... solar power generation that this winter has been snowed out." The news also reported that the powerful winds (caused by human beings?) had damaged/destroyed some solar panel arrays.

No mention of the status of the wind power facilities. Those are also vulnerable or susceptible to damage from high power winds.

This only underscores the reality that STABLE power sources(atomic/fossil fuels) are those we must rely, especially in adverse conditions. FWIW, all of the battery-powered vehicles must be charged(frequently) from the electric power grid. Reality.

That said, IF solar power generation were sufficient to continuously /reliably charge & power a vehicle and home, THEN I might consider it feasible, assuming it would also NOT be cost prohibitive.

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Posted in: Syringe shortage hampers Japan's COVID-19 vaccination roll-out See in context

Not a problem. Just make sure ALL the politicians, celebs, and other "elites" get jabbed first.

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Posted in: New Zealand-Australia row erupts over 'terrorist' dual national See in context

Perhaps the NZ Gov should have canceled the terrorist's citizenship first?

Where was the woman born, and her parents' nationality? If she was born legitimately in NZ, then she belongs to NZ.

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Posted in: Autoworkers face uncertain future in an era of electric cars See in context

Here's the thing, "Eco" -natsis seek to shove their preferences down everyone's throats regardless of whether or not the ideas are actually viable. For me, an EV would absolutely NOT DO. I could use one as a SECOND car, for short trips to the supermarket or mall, but I often travel long distances with a lot of cargo, and up into the mountains. I rented a Leaf once, just to give it a fair try. What a nightmare! A one-way trip(first leg) that should have taken ~3hours took over 6 hours because of having to recharge TWICE on the way! If you use the heater or AC while driving, the range is HALF of the rated/claimed range! Ridiculous!

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Posted in: Have you been able to save much money during the pandemic? See in context

With a greater than 40% reduction in income, my expenditures have likewise been drastically reduced.

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Posted in: Clothes retailers cut orders while factories fight to survive See in context

The coronavirus fear-mongering is having a devastating effect on global industries. But not to worry, it's only the peonage who will suffer.

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Posted in: Autoworkers face uncertain future in an era of electric cars See in context

Mr Market, however, reveals that the CONSUMERS(buyers) do not want only electric vehicles. So, GM may go the way of the Edsel by such a decision. Consumers will just buy a product from a different company.

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Posted in: Mori resigns over sexist remarks: Hashimoto being considered to replace him See in context

Please note that I did NOT say nor insinuate that I agreed with Mori's comment, but rather that it's a matter of whether there is any freedom of speech, even politically incorrect speech.

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Posted in: Mori resigns over sexist remarks: Hashimoto being considered to replace him See in context

He only spoke an inconvenient and politically incorrect opinion.

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Posted in: Mori apologizes for sexist remarks, but refuses to resign See in context

"I'm sorry I expressed my honest opinion..."


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Posted in: Japan enacts laws setting fines for antivirus measure noncompliance See in context

The slippery slope to a totalitarian regime. To those cheering this, be forewarned: it's your rights to your own body and life that you just lost. Next, it won't be an influenza-like illness (ILI), but just any demand by the government "for the good of the public". You really do not comprehend how awful this power truly is.

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Posted in: Republicans signal deep resistance to Trump Senate trial See in context

It's unconstitutional to try a private citizen. That would be a Bill of Attainder. Just a continuation of the 5-year witchhunt. Denial of Due Process, violation of the Right to Free Speech... Even according to Turley and Dershowitz.

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Posted in: Not-guilty verdict for man in women’s toilet: he had to go so bad it clouded his judgement See in context

My senior MIL often goes into the clearly marked MEN'S restroom. Her excuse is always that she didn't see the sign.... because she didn't bother to look! The Mrs has chided her numerous times but the response is always just to laugh it off and say "mendokusai!"

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Posted in: Woman infected with coronavirus commits suicide at Tokyo home See in context

It's important to note that not every positive PCR test result is actually an infection. Even the WHO has stated thus.

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Posted in: Man arrested for buying cup meant for ¥100 coffee but pouring ¥200 latte into it See in context

What if one pays for a latte and inadvertently just gets black coffee? Is that a crime, too?

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Posted in: Suga congratulates Biden; hopes to strengthen Japan-U.S. alliance See in context

Honestly, what choice does Suga have? But he should beware not to mispronounce Harris's first name(as Sotomayor did at the swearing in ceremony). It's comma-la, not co-MAH-la

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Posted in: 'We will be back in some form,' Trump vows at end of tumultuous presidency See in context


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Posted in: 'We must end this uncivil war,' Biden says, taking over a U.S. in crisis See in context

Well it looks like some folks, who belong to "just an idea" according to Ole Joe, were busy smashing the windows out of the Dem HQ in Portland. For some reason, Antifa folks are not happy with Biden either.

If the democrats wanted unity, they could have started that 4 years ago rather than sowing division throughout the last 4 years.

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Posted in: Biden arrives for inauguration with big plans, big problems See in context

Potemkin president.

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Posted in: 3 men found dead inside tent in Chiba forest See in context

"Heard of this happening before the old kerosene heater in the tent go to sleep never wake up very sad story not a way I would like to go."

A very peaceful way, actually. They didn't feel a thing. They just went to sleep. RIP.

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Posted in: Japan's suicides jump 16% in COVID-19 2nd wave: study See in context

... "couldn't see the hope..." Hard to see what is non-existent.

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Posted in: Apple invests millions to back entrepreneurs of color, part of racial justice effort See in context

I'm "of color", too. Kind of a light, creamy latte. A little bit of bronze in the warmer months.

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Posted in: Global death toll from COVID-19 tops 2 mil See in context

Deaths WITH Covid-19(or suspected) does not equal Deaths DUE TO Covid-19(or suspected. Many deaths are simply (and without evidence) attributed to Covid-19.

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Posted in: Gov't eyes punishment for refusal to comply with COVID-19 measures See in context

Re: sakurasuki's comment about the J-gov revoking foreigners' resident status for noncompliance, I think the meaning of the statement was misconstrued. The article in Kyodo news is referring to foreigners returning to Japan from abroad AT THIS TIME.

"For Japanese and resident foreigners who are allowed to enter, Yasutoshi Nishimura, minister in charge of the country's coronavirus response, said it will require them to sign a pledge upon arrival to stay in quarantine for 14 days, and violating it would result in penalties, such as disclosing the names of violators.

In addition, foreign residents who breach the 14-day quarantine rule will have their resident status revoked and be subject to deportation, Nishimura said at a separate press conference."

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Posted in: Yokozuna Hakuho released from hospital after COVID infection See in context

I wonder what his course of treatment was, or is it a State Secret?

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Posted in: Lady Gaga, Jennifer Lopez to perform at Biden inauguration See in context

I wonder if the ~80M "voters" will watch, even virtually?

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