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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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Posted in: Diet enacts record ¥107.60 tril budget for FY2022 See in context

The defense money is being misappropriated. The bigwigs are going to be getting their rockets off but who's going to stop a million men from coming over and pummeling the women? If they're so worried maybe they should distribute guns to everyone.

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Posted in: M5.6 quake hits off Iwate; no tsunami threat See in context

It will shake after solar storms wane, just like it always does. Seriously, look into it. Put the app space weather live on your phone. Pay particular attention to when there are Earth spots simultaneously, like typhoons or cyclones.

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Posted in: Woman attacked by daughter’s ex-boyfriend on Feb 14 dies in hospital See in context

I hope it didn't have anything to do with white day. I'm traumatized after just reading that.

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Posted in: What you eat can reprogram your genes See in context

I'd rather it the time tested foods with the high risk of better nutrition, better ethics, and higher quality.

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Posted in: Japan to impose sanctions on Russia over Ukraine crisis See in context

You fooling yourself if you think this is going to hurt Russia more than Japanese people. Now they can charge us more for the things that we're getting from Russia. Are you ready to pay more for your corn flakes? Wheat flakes? Don't sanctions usually mean the prices go up?

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Posted in: Japan's top business lobby calls for border controls to be eased more See in context

That's another way of saying, open the borders before we have to pay locals a living wage. It's very burdensome to have to abide to by labor standards laws. Under these circumstances the government is likely to budge.

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Posted in: Gov't OKs bill for foreigners-only evacuation by SDF See in context

Nobody could have ever expected this. How could they have known? They had never had this case before, and I'll bet there is no record of anybody warning them of this neglected situation. I guess nobody informed the relevant ministry by fax to have proof that they knew.

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Posted in: Japan's imports hit record highs on surging energy prices See in context

What's the difference, here in Japan, 720 ml is the new 1,000 ml. How cosmopolitan!

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Posted in: Trickle of residents return to Fukushima's last deserted town See in context

They probably space the residences perfectly in places where they want to build the seawall to justify it. I really hope there are no children. I would consider moving there if they gave me a bunch of grant money and a perfect 10 with bad teeth or something. I can hear the banjo playing already.

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Posted in: Tokyo's COVID alert at 2nd-highest level as capital reports 3,124 new cases See in context

What are all these anti-vaxxers doing this to us and themselves. Come on suck up a couple of boosters. Take one for the team. Do it for the work. They're going to leave governments and pharmaceutical companies with little money to make the next vaccine cocktail. Besides, anyone who knows anything knows that you might be less likely to catch the virus for a very short window or end up in the hospital, maybe.

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Posted in: COVID vaccination requests at work pose worry in Japan's booster push See in context

Imagine a scenario where all resources were spent on a vaccine, and if everyone doesn't take it, and pay for it, there won't be a way to make the next vaccine.

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Posted in: Border restrictions force 300 foreigners to decline Japan teacher jobs See in context

This is opening the door for more staff companies to swindle unsuspecting foreign teachers. Never let them withhold one month's salary. You must stand strong that you should receive payment within the first 30 days. If someone complains that you didn't wear your mask right, you could be out of a job, two months salary, need to find a new place to stay, and have to get a new Visa sponsor.

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Posted in: Japan overturns decision to cancel U.S. drone acquisition See in context

So the Japanese government has reneged on their decision that they will not not cancel their decision to buy the drones? So, will they get them or not?

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Posted in: Japan to boost nuclear tech development with U.S., other partners See in context

Small modular NUCLEAR reactors

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Posted in: Mask up See in context

Although masks maybe somewhat effective, they create a hostile work environment when anybody claims that you had your nose sticking out. For many foreigners, trainees, and English teachers, there are no labor standards that will protect you and nobody that will listen to you therefore masks are very problematic

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Posted in: Father, son found dead in Oita likely killed each other, police say See in context

They killed each other? I think it will be hard to rule out self-defense for one of them. It looks like the insurance company is conveniently off the hook again.

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Posted in: 5 global powers make rare pledge to prevent nuclear weapons spread See in context

Meaningless if they don't pledge to not bomb each other's reactors. Israel has made that normal business procedure.

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Posted in: Japan to set compensation rules for business losses due to Fukushima rumors See in context

What a great idea, they should just create a ministry of false rumors and sue the pants out of anybody who says anything they don't like and is more than likely true.

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