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Posted in: As Musk buyout looms, Twitter searches for its soul See in context

Twitter has no soul, that is why it needs to be dismantled. Get the company out of San Franshitsco for starters.

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Posted in: Elon Musk says Twitter deal 'temporarily on hold' See in context

A lot of super-wealthy people posting today. Ha!

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Posted in: Elon Musk says Twitter deal 'temporarily on hold' See in context

Why would he screw around with Twitter?

Because freedom of speech is much more important than SpaceX or Tesla.

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Posted in: N Korea reports 6 deaths, 350,000 ill after admitting COVID-19 outbreak See in context

That pesky little virus!

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Posted in: World's biggest YouTuber PewDiePie moves to Japan See in context

He will soon OWN all the YouTubers here. Stay tuned..........

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Posted in: World's biggest YouTuber PewDiePie moves to Japan See in context

How has he got a visa?

For Starters, he bought a house, an investment in Japan. He probably made a branch office in Japan and is parking a sizable chunk of money in a Japanese bank. Hire a Japanese employee or 2, pay your corporate tax and bingo, and you are good to go.

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Posted in: Naomi Osaka launching her own sports agency: report See in context

So many admire her and wish to emulate her. Good luck Naomi!

Like who?

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Posted in: Biden pushes 'ultra-MAGA' label on GOP as he defends record See in context

Pinocchio Biden always making trouble, forcing the Republicans to fix it. What a legacy he will have.

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Posted in: Tokyo gov't plans to start same-sex partnership system in November See in context

Who cares, live and let live.

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Posted in: As Ukraine war rages, Biden team revives Asia focus See in context

The man in that photo is an embarrassment to the USA and the entire world.

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Posted in: Nearly 80% of Japanese think Okinawa's U.S. base-hosting burden unfair See in context

All is fair in love and war.

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Posted in: Japan, U.S. to deepen ties to deter status quo change in Indo-Pacific See in context

Have a go with the U.S.A. instead of Germany this time around.

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Posted in: Get ready to pay more: Over 40% of Japanese firms to raise prices within a year: survey See in context

Back to being island people eating fish and soba and tofu. That is the core of Japan. Maybe it's time to stop competing.

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Posted in: Kim warns N Korea could preemptively use nuclear weapons See in context

This type of logic seems to be working for Putin, as the entire world is afraid of him.

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Posted in: Ukraine's second largest city Kharkiv shelled as Russia maintains its offensive See in context

The day of his demise will be celebrated around the world as a holiday.

I am afraid there will be a lot more destruction until that day comes.


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Posted in: Japan should ease COVID border controls for foreigners: panel members See in context

Soon we will be back to normal.

What is normal?

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Posted in: Ukraine omits Japan from list of countries thanked in Twitter video See in context

C'mon, Japan took a whopping 20 refugees. Show some respect Ukraine.

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Posted in: Russia warns of World War III ahead of Western summit on arms to Ukraine See in context

Bring it on Putin! WWW3 is at your doorstep if you want it!

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Posted in: Judge finds Donald Trump in contempt of court in New York legal fight See in context

Well, at least he is more interesting than an old man trying to figure out who's hand to shake.

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Posted in: Japan to scrap licenses for electric scooters See in context

This is great news! E- Scooters are a lot of fun!

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Posted in: Coachella's return brings big business to California desert See in context

I've been to a few of the Coachella events and I must say it was a blast! Beautiful desert, big sky, nice weather and cool people.....Definitely not Walmart customers. Also, there are a lot of great accommodations to get your party on!

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Posted in: Russian-language sign at station in Tokyo back on view after being covered up See in context

Absolutely idiotic. When the US/UK starved, bombed, and invaded Iraq killing over 500k women and children, did the Japanese cover up English signs?

Your comment has nothing to do with the story.

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Posted in: Elon Musk accused of breaking law while buying Twitter stock See in context

Elon Musk is scouting out his Twitter management replacement team as we speak.

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Posted in: Biden planning to tap oil reserve to control gas prices See in context

Refineries and storage have a capacity limit.

No, they don't

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Posted in: Biden planning to tap oil reserve to control gas prices See in context


The Keystone pipeline was cancelled after Biden had the permit blocked.

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Posted in: Japan to see higher prices for food, daily goods from Friday See in context

When will Japanese people stand up and say enough is enough! I am starting to think this is what they deserve. They just pay and pay and pay. 75 years old until you collect your pension? That will never happen, stop paying into your pension, that will confuse the hell out of Jgov.

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Posted in: Russia says it will scale back military operations near Kyiv See in context

besides Ukrainian cities, the main things that have been destroyed in this conflict, is Putin's tough guy image & Russia’s mighty military reputation

Exactly, what a wimp, that's why he is so dangerous, Hello nuclear options.

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Posted in: Smith apologizes to Rock; Academy to launch review See in context

Chris Rock is funny as hell! He took the high road and made an even bigger joke out of the situation.

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Posted in: 'Drive My Car' wins Oscar for best international film See in context

Amazing he won. I thought the film was mildly entertaining at best.

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Posted in: Will Smith, Chris Rock confrontation shocks Oscar audience; 'CODA' wins best picture See in context

Will speaks of love, honour, commitment during his acceptance speech, yet stands up and clocks a very funny comedian with a harmless joke. It's all a big fat lie, what a charlatan Will Smith is.

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