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Posted in: Japan protests Russia's expulsion of official; denies spying See in context

They're still at war with Japan. This should go ahead and declare 50 km safe zones are in the nuke plants.

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Posted in: 55-year-old man arrested for assaulting 19-year-old daughter because she didn’t keep in touch with him See in context

Papa's got soul, a heart of gold, and papa don't take no mess

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Posted in: Japanese man sets himself on fire in apparent protest at Abe's state funeral See in context

So let me get this straight, the guy burned himself because of abes funeral which was caused by the unification Church and Korean involvement.

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Posted in: Kishida says gov't panel on inflation and wages to meet Friday See in context

If they don't raise the interest rates like other countries because of their bad loans for pork barrel government projects, the Japanese people in consumers will be left with the tab again. What a failure.

Abolishing the sales tax doing away with the gas tax should be on the table

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Posted in: Japan's Defense Ministry, seeking arms buildup, makes opaque budget request See in context

Now is the time for Japan to start making their own stuff. Can you imagine what they would name the rockets? The exchange rate is not in their favor. It's the only realistic choice.

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Posted in: Ukraine on edge after Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant, region's towns shelled See in context

For those of you who think nuclear power will save humanity, the future will hold more of the same and rest assured Japanese reactors are being targeted with missiles.

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Posted in: Energy crisis spurs nuclear comeback worldwide See in context

It's time to start using plan b because we're already in a power crunch. It's probably better to stockpile wood just in case. Nuclear is never on time and never under budget. Meltdowns and no place for the waste, yeah right!

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Posted in: Kishida's support tumbles, hit by questions over Unification Church and COVID See in context

I thought kishida was falling in the polls because of bad policy decisions like letting the yen lose its value so the small people suffer instead of the government having to pay interest on loans. I'm glad I read this article because now I know that, kishida only needs to clear his name about the church and everything will be great again.

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Posted in: Dead Sri Lankan detainee's family to request panel review case See in context

Try showing up for treatment with out a health insurance card and see what happens. Nobody is immune to this kind of treatment and indifference so good luck.

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Posted in: Japan defense minister had help from Unification Church in elections See in context

Kishi is Abe's brother with links to the bloodline of a past prime minister? It's clear that he's next in line to be dear leader.

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Posted in: China complains to Japan about Taiwan vice president attending Abe's funeral See in context

China's president can't even leave the country. Maybe he's jealous. It seems like anything will set China off nowadays. It's worse than dealing with a jealous wife.

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Posted in: Kishida seeks major upgrade of NATO partnership See in context

If China was going to strike, they would not announce it or tell us when.

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Posted in: U.S. nuclear industry hopes to expand output with new reactors See in context

The nail in the coffin for reactors is all the waste they produce. The old type reactors produce lots of waste and there's no safe way to protect it or store it. Where is the innovation we've all been waiting for?

Instead of innovation, they have new mini nuclear reactors that produce even more waste per gigawatt, I've read double the waste.

I've also heard that the waste is just to be left on site after retiring the reactors. What a solution.

There will be more involvement in quitting nuclear because of the waste.

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Posted in: Aichi woman arrested for mixing human excrement into school lunch See in context

Maybe she thought it was mypoo dofu.

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Posted in: Aichi woman arrested for mixing human excrement into school lunch See in context

It's a good thing that the principal had the moral courage to let everybody know about the problem, even though it was bound to be very unpopular. A lot of school principals probably would have just sucked it up.

I really hope it was her poop. Do you think other people could have been involved? Can you imagine the police questioning?

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Posted in: LDP vows to boost nation's defense in election pledges See in context

Well, I feel so much safer now that they've announced all their plans and how they're going to arm themselves. It's hard to imagine that the Chinese aren't reading this too and just planning to attack before the budget goes through. What will we do then? Let's use the money to arm citizens if there's a threat.

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Posted in: Aging Fukui nuclear reactor to restart in August, 2 months early See in context

Sounds like the same plan as the one before the tohoku earthquake. Well it will take is one earthquake to knock them all offline again. It might be a good idea to make a plan b. People depend on having power and putting all their eggs in one basket will surely have the same results and maybe more meltdowns.

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Posted in: Japan not considering new nuclear plants despite energy concerns See in context

With the rate of population decline, it seems that we might be on the right track. As time goes by, power consumption will be less and less. There is no need for nuclear. It's time to get it all out of here before they find another use for it.

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Posted in: Man who mistakenly received entire town’s COVID-19 relief money vanishes See in context

The poor guy was living a normal life until all this happened. There's a chance this guy could have been addicted or coerced into withdrawing the money. It's all the fault of the people who transferred the money.

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Posted in: U.S. investigating five child deaths, 109 cases linked to mystery liver disease See in context

Adenovirus vaccines?

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Posted in: Gov't confirms it will start accepting some foreign tourists in June See in context

VIP tours like in Bhutan or is this the hint before they open the flood gates

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Posted in: Japan eyes classifying defense guidelines See in context

They're crafting the wording very well so they can justify any weapons. We're not only talking about missiles. We're talking about AI. The ability to make a robots and to station them here on the islands of Japan, for our defense, of course. It will be to keep us safe, protect us from ourselves, and even strike other countries robots internationally.

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Posted in: Man arrested for robbery, attempted murder of woman at love hotel See in context

It says he was violent so he could get away, not to kill her. Of course I think he should be charged but it seems they're really loose with the attempted murder as opposed to assault lately.

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Posted in: New coronavirus strain found in Sendai See in context

Announced right before golden week. I'm sure the miyagi tourism association is busy canceling reservations as I write this.

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Posted in: Japanese firms try to encourage paternity leave under new law See in context

I recommend that they let us use some of our nenkin for the paternity leave. Then people would be able to use some of their money before they die and companies won't have to shoulder the burden. Why should they when the government's holding on to all of our money, like they're even better than a bank.

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Posted in: 64-year man arrested after forcing son to hang himself See in context

The old man doesn't stand a chance against the insurance company, whether he did it or not.

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Posted in: Ruling LDP to seek enemy base strike capability See in context

But what about the price of the dollar?

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Posted in: Japan to lift COVID nonresident foreigner entry ban for 106 nations; tourists still barred See in context

Yeah right, now that the yen is plummeting, everybody come and work for cheap, and tourists don't come and get good deals.

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Posted in: Defense experts back Japan acquiring enemy base strike capability See in context

Give us guns, guns, and more guns, so we can protect our families. What would happen if they gave us guns?

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Posted in: N Korea's ICBM launch comes amid dysfunction of U.N. over Ukraine See in context

If North Korea is such a threat why are we not preparing all men of fighting age. Throwing more money to the military industrial complex is the only reflex the government has. The truth is. Even the women and children must prepare to fight if there really is a problem.

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