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Posted in: Ex-cop's appeal over murder of family denied; death penalty upheld See in context

The only way dna(her husband skin) can get on her nails is when she was struggling and scratch his arm while dying. He is as guilty as it can get. Not to mention from the security camera's there is literally no one else beside him who could have enter in the house. Unless the wife can somehow struggle herself to death, the husband is pretty much the suspect. Let him hang.

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Posted in: Opposition proposes cash handouts, vaccine priority for teachers See in context

Offering cash handouts. Why am i not surprise the opposition resort to this old tactic to get votes

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Posted in: Aso, Kono meet to discuss LDP leadership race See in context

That is one fine suit! And the hat!

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Posted in: Hong Kong police arrest Tiananmen vigil organizers See in context

HK people are so naive. They should have know this would eventually happen when they first started the democracy movement. Ever heard about slowly boiling a frog alive? This is exactly that. No matter what they do, everything is slowly being recorded and kept under surveillance by CN. No outside nation can ever intervene no matter how much complains they log, because they are afraid of a real conflict with CN. All CN had to do is slowly crack down on everything bit by bit. They cannot escape. Government do not forget. They merely pospone their punishment and slowly wait for the right timing to break you.

Even if you leave HK, you actually doing CN a favor because that allow them to assimilate HK faster and then they will go after you. Just because you think you manage to leave HK doesn't mean you have escape too. You merely delay it but your name is already on their list.

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Posted in: Japan orders 150 million doses of Novavax COVID vaccine See in context

48% fully vaccinated. Which means around half of the 120million people And we still have millions of other orders that hasn't been completed yet. So why do we still need another 150million new orders of vaccines? Let them sit in the freezer and rot? Who is financing all of this? Did they even think it through? Because i can already predict 3 months from now, some idiot is gonna realize that they order why too many and don't know what to do with it and somehow had to find a way to give it away before it expired

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Posted in: Once embracing, Turkey turns on migrants See in context

Not sure about Turkey economy, but even the best nations around the world would have a hard time settling 5 milllion of migrant and refugees. That is just a time bomb waiting to go off. Any person with a brain should have predicted that this was 1 giant disaster that would bring a nation down it's knees.

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Posted in: Vaccine chief Kono favorite to become next PM: polls See in context

Kono isn't bad. He is well liked by international standard.

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Posted in: China’s 'Little Kyoto' shut down by government after complaints of Japanese culture invasion See in context

A lot of jealous online users if you ask me. There is nothing wrong with exchanging some cultures. Plus from the picture, people sees to like to visit the place.

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Posted in: Osaka should take whatever time off she needs See in context

You can only improve and keep your body from declining is by giving it your all everyday and constantly try to push the body to reach new height. She has too much distractions and all the wealth, fame and attention has shifted her focus.

She should forget everything and just put her mind 100% on tennis. Skills that aren't constantly sharpen will eventually decline no matter how much talent you think you have.

She is getting rusty in my opinion and no longer as focus. Maybe less playing around and more on her training. Time to find a new coach because clearly the current one isn't cutting it.

Rest isn't what she need. That will probably make her skills even more worse. What she need to focus her mind back to tennis again.

There is only 2 option. Does she love tennis enough to keep playing on the world stage against other tough opponents or is she satisfied with her wealth and choose to live a comfortable life. There is nothing wrong with stopping but only those who push themselves forward can reach greater heights. If she stop now, she will probably not gonna catch up anymore. There is only so much limited time for a athlete to truly shine in their lifetime on the world stage while the body is still at it's prime.

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Posted in: Gundam’s creator says he can only work in anime studios for three more years due to spinal issue See in context

Enjoy the remaining years in peace. Is time to relax

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Posted in: Putin calls absence of Russia-Japan peace treaty 'nonsense' See in context

For those who doesn't understand, the main reason why these islands are so important to not be in Russia hands is it strategic location. Is just too close near Japan to be of comfort. Russia might be afraid the US would install missiles on Japan soil, but this same fear is also on Japan mind that Russia could easily strike or invade because of these islands. Is the same reason why we went to war in the first place with Russia during ww1.

Japan strategy to secure all fronts of it's borders has been going on for more than a 100years now. The original plan was to secure islands in the area to make sure invasion on the mainland is impossible. Having the islands serve as shields in case of a invasion. And this strategy is still being sought after so long. Which is why till this day we are still in dispute with China, Korea and Russia over several strategic islands.

These days is not really about getting them back or not. The main key is to deny Russia the right to truly owned them. As long Russia has troops these and is hosting military drills, the japan government will never feel at ease. Putin trying to have a joint development on these islands is never gonna happen. There is just too much danger and uncertainty in that. Even if he himself promise he doesn't have any ill intention, who can predict 10 years from now. Or when someone else replace him and is more radical toward Japan. All it take is for one crazy person to take hold of power and everything will go wasted. This is why till this day the japanese government still deny them the islands.

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Posted in: State-run vaccination sites to extend operation until late November See in context

I don't get why it has to have a time limit. Why not keep it operational until the whole pandemic had passed? Pretty sure even they keep it running till next year, there would still be people applying to get a shot or maybe even a boaster shot.

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Posted in: Man arrested for trying to steal gun from police officer in 'koban' See in context

Trying to convince a officer who has a gun on him to give it to you when you only got a knife on you. Talk about logic. He is lucky he didn't get shot.

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Posted in: Nagoya mayor who bit Olympian's gold medal tests positive for COVID See in context

The press are really hitting a person when he is down huh. Leave the poor man alone.

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Posted in: Moderna says COVID vaccines sent to Japan contained stainless steel particles See in context

No matter what, it's still a major flaw that should have been prevented if they did proper maintance in these factories and done the proper inspection before shipping them. We should still sue.

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Posted in: Boxes of unused COVID-19 medical goods dumped at Tokyo Olympics See in context

5million yen? And this is news?

I am not saying it isn't wasteful, but i can tell you 5million yen of supplies is nothing on a nationwide scale. A rich person could easily spend that amount in a single day on amusement.

If Japan has to cry that companies cannot even afford to lose 5million worth of supplies, then that is the biggest joke ever. Because the government give millions fo vaccines donations away to other countries. Vaccines that the government bought with our tax money. Billions of yen lost there and you don't see anyone crying over that. Not to mention a ridiculous amount of medical supplies were given as donation over the last 2 years to others.

5million yen is a joke. No company executives would even blink a eye at that amount of supplies lost.

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Posted in: U.S. says drone kills IS bombers targeting Kabul airport See in context

Sometimes is hard believe this stuff because they just bomb a place and claim they killed some ISIS fighters but in fact it’s just some random guy that was unlucky to be in that area

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Posted in: Police officer fatally shoots man threatening him with saw See in context

Police warn him to drop it and also fired a warning shot. If you still haven't drop the weapon by then, then you deserve to be shot. I don't care how much right you think you have.

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Posted in: Russian man who swam to Japan was reportedly kicked out of Japan in 2011 for visa violation See in context

Still a bum who got kicked out of several countries for not willing to work and only wander around. Pretty sure that is already a red flag for potential crime being committed in order to feed himself.

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Posted in: Kim Jong-un summoned to appear in Tokyo District Court See in context

Waw. Looking back at that old picture, dude sure look slim compare to now.

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Posted in: Japan probes two deaths after jabs from tainted Moderna batch See in context

Moderna better prepare itself for the incoming lawsuits. This cannot go unanswered.

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Posted in: SDF able to evacuate only 1 Japanese national from Afghanistan See in context

To be fair there is no need to be acting so scared. First off the taliban do not want to worsen relationship with japan and had made promise not to target japanese. They need japan investment too much. Secondly they only hate the US. Japan spend a lot helping out Afghanistan these last 2 decades with building infrastructures. So why the diplomats had to flee is still beyond me. People need to chill out.

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Posted in: U.S. forces keep up Kabul airlift under threat of more attacks See in context

Sometimes i do wonder what the point of these suicide attacks. First off you die in that attack yourself and can't even get a proper burial with your body in pieces. Secondly it only project a worse imagine of yourself and your religion to others. Thirdly no matter how many suicide bombers there are, there is no way you can wipe out every enemy or those who resist you. In fact you only make victims stronger when they bond together to resist you.

Whoever though this was a good strategy is clearly a idiot.

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Posted in: Suspect in Tokyo subway station acid attack arrested in Okinawa See in context

"Belong to the same club at university"

To be willing to go that far and throw acid at a fellow club member, i am willing to bet there is bullying involve.

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Posted in: Man in Sapporo attempts to rob convenience store with lighter See in context

Dude was high on drug it seems or watch way too much movies. Not to mention assaulting a officer, that is gonna cost him big time.

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Posted in: Moderna's contaminated vaccine only shipped to Japan: Spanish maker See in context

Even now they still didn't say what exactly is this contaminated stuff is and what is exactly do to the body. Is it harmful or not? Otherwise why the hell should we care?

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Posted in: Kabul airport attack kills 60 Afghans, 13 U.S. troops See in context

There is nothing wrong with evacuating but their biggest mistake was to leave the whole city undefended while only securing the airport. What did they expect? That the enemies would just sit and have tea in the city?

They should have defended the capital in the beginning until the evacuation of the people were complete before allowing the taliban to take the whole city.

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Posted in: Nissin Foods says 50 billion Cup Noodles have been sold worldwide See in context

Best food ever invented to prevent starvation during the hard times. I practically grew up with it during my school days.

Not to mention Nissin help a lot of countries worldwide and help prevent starvation in poor countries.

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Posted in: Afghans rush to flee Taliban as hopes emerge for more time See in context

They should stay and fight for their own future. Running away doesn't solve anything. They are only heading toward a bleak future. I would understand if the women and children seek safe passage to other nations but all these men fleeing instead of resisting just makes me sad. Which is why the taliban manage to so easily take the whole country in less than a month.

You can say what you want of the taliban, but at least they manage to endure 20 long years of a brutal war and still fought for what they believe and tried to take back what they lost.

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Posted in: 14-year-old swimmer Yamada wins Japan's 1st Paralympic medal See in context

Congratulation. Very happy for her.

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