Jacobo comments

Posted in: 76-year-old man arrested after causing accident and driving without license for 50 years See in context

He did so well for fifty years without a license. He should be allowed to keep up the good work .

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Posted in: China declares all cryptocurrency transactions illegal See in context

China shoots herself in the foot.

Jacobo

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Posted in: Cryptocurrency gains traction in adult industry See in context

The main crypto coin of the adult industry is the 'PornRocket' with a current market cap of more than Yen 8,500,200,100. The one mentioned here 'cummies' is almost unknown. Is the purpose of this article to promote it?

Jacobo

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Posted in: Tourist site theft: Unique plate marking junction of three prefectures vanishes See in context

Most likely this so nice looking plate was taken by a foreign young tourist as a souvenir.

Jacobo

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Posted in: Georgian judoka ejected from Paralympics after assault arrest See in context

''He is accused of breaking a rib of the security guard, a man in his 60s, on the morning of Aug 12 when he jumped on top of him and grabbed his neck.''

At least one year in jail before deportation.

Jacobo

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Posted in: Hackers steal $97 mil from Japanese crypto exchange See in context

I know a few persons gaming the crypto without any knowledge, who made big profits or big losses.

I know some others who have been studying the crypto markets for more than ten years and all have sizable profits.

One of them (a pro IT) bought a few thousands of bitcoins in 2009 at the then minimal price. He sold half of his holdings in 2014 at almost $20,000 each. He had also advised me then to buy some of them. However, at that time I did not even know what a bitcoin was.

Now I understand what 'knowledge is power' means.

Jacobo

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Posted in: Japan starts giving COVID-19 shots to citizens temporarily returning See in context

$10 billion into $200 billion worth of economic benefit.

Investing in global health organizations aimed at increasing access to vaccines creates a 20-to-1 return, the Microsoft co-founder and philanthropist Bill Gates says.

When I grow up I will also invest in vaccines.

Jacobo

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Posted in: Japan starts giving COVID-19 shots to citizens temporarily returning See in context

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When I grow up I will also invest in vaccines.

Jacobo

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Posted in: Man arrested on suspicion of voyeurism at beach house in Hyogo See in context

I would advise such people to use the free porn websites on the internet. Moreover ,buy the new cryptocurrency 'Porn rocket', that it is unbelievably cheap now, so they can upgrade to a paid website with much more spicy content. Considering that the porn industry is the most dominant worldwide, the meme coin will be hardly affordable a couple years later.

Jacobo

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 2,195 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 8,393 See in context

''I am one of the blessed few to receive my second vaccine....''

I'd love to read your comments on this blessing you received next August.

Jacobo

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Posted in: Conservative media offers mixed messages on COVID-19 vaccine See in context

Pfizer has issued the following pdf: wp-1627187070191.pdf

with a study to evaluate the safety, efficacy, adverse events etc. of the vaccine

against covid-19 in healthy individuals.

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Posted in: Israeli judo star perseveres after 2 opponents' withdrawals See in context

He came here to compete but suddenly he changed his mind. Not a problem. He can go back to where he came from.

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Posted in: Olympics worker arrested for allegedly raping woman at stadium See in context

Uni student from Uzbekistan? All he needs is a good scholarship for 5 years in the best Japanese jail and then a deportation with honors to his country for his PhD.

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Posted in: Man gets 9 years in prison for killing woman with drink laced with stimulants See in context

Unreasonably light sentence. Any company executive at 72 can make a phone call and have all kinds of services delivered at his home or office. Especially in Shibuya area. No need to kill. Might be a drug addicted old man.

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Posted in: Swedish rakugo performer takes on judo See in context

In my 30 years of practising judo I never felt that it was plagued by too many rules.

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Posted in: Internet misinformation fans COVID vaccine hesitancy among Japanese young people See in context

@virusrex

Please let me know why the ''vaccines'' contain magnetized nano particles and graphene oxides.

Do the Russian and Chinese vaccines contain the same ingredients?

Thank you,

Jacobo

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Posted in: Nagoya man driving stolen Lexus RX steals Lexus LX See in context

Aren't those super expensive cars equipped with hidden GPS devices so they can be located in no time?

Jacobo

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Posted in: Ninja dojo opens in Tokyo’s Asakusa, offers courses in shuriken, stealth, and sensory perception See in context

@Aly Rustom

Thanks for the latest information on Hatsumi sensei.

Jacobo

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Posted in: Ninja dojo opens in Tokyo’s Asakusa, offers courses in shuriken, stealth, and sensory perception See in context

Talking about Ninja schools, in Chiba-Ken, Noda-Shi, near Atago Station, there are two ninja dojos belonging to world known Ninja Hatsumi sensei. Thousands of ninja students from all over the world have studied and are studying the art of ninjutsu there. Most of the students are holders of 3rd or higher dan in other disciplines like Judo, Karate, Aikido, Yaido, etc. The majority of them are professional instructors of special forces in their own countries. Hatsumi sensei must be now 85 years old and he still teaches and supervises the training together with a number of high ranked excellent Japanese Ninja instructors.

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Posted in: Americans apologize to Tokyo court for role in Ghosn escape See in context

@ Ulysses

Please understand that 1.3 m is only the amount they declared to I.R.S.

Jacobo

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Posted in: China's crypto-miners look abroad as regulators tighten noose See in context

It is no the name of the cryptocurrency that is important.

It is the blockchain technology that is going to shape the future.

Jacobo

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Posted in: Global crackdown on organized crime after high-tech U.S.-Australia sting See in context

@bokuda

There are fax machines that encrypt the data before transmitting.

Jacobo

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Posted in: Former illegal manga site operator gets 3 years in jail See in context

When blockchain technology and smart contracts become mainstream, the manga author will have his artistic work as a smart contract on the etherium, or cardano or tron, etc blockchain. The customers will download it directly for a small fee. No big companies to exploit the public, no pirates, no .... Just wait a bit more.

Jacobo

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Posted in: Immigration bureau sued for locking up 17 foreigners in small room See in context

I read such articles and my heart bleeds. Sri Lankan woman killed, Nigerian men killed, Japanese immigration cruelty, etc. But why so many foreigners come to Japan?

Why don't they go to Greece? All illegal immigrants are accepted there with few formalities, they are given accommodation with free Wi-Fi and 400 Euros monthly from the European Union for living expenses. Later a number of them finds their way to other European countries. Is there a more friendly country than Greece in this world?

Jacobo

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Posted in: Ibaraki health center warns people not to eat with foreigners to prevent spreading COVID See in context

What do Ibaraki Health Center people mean by ''foreigners'',

Chinese and Koreans?

Jacobo

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Posted in: Italian cable car plunges to the ground, killing at least 14 See in context

As an avid skier I've always been wondering why those cable cars slide on only a single cable line. What about a double cable line one to move the bloody cable car and the second to support it in the air in case the moving cable breaks? RIP.

Jacobo

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Posted in: Bitcoin down almost 50% from year's high See in context

Crypto and blockchain technology is the future. Web 3 is going to change everything. What about a new cryptocoin named ICP (The internet computer). It's price today is Yen 15,370. Can you guess it's price in May 24, 2022?

Jacobo

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Posted in: Diet begins examining bill to release asylum seekers See in context

Yes, release them and send them to Turkey. From there on they can advance easily, legally or illegally, to Greece. The real paradise of democracy. Thιs paradisaical democracy accepts people (refugees, economic migrants, asylum seekers, criminals, etc.) from all over the world and from every walk of life. All migrants in Greece receive a monthly amount from the EU, free housing, WI-fi and free Greek lessons. There are some covid-19 restrictions though but nowadays this is the norm in every country.

Jacobo

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Posted in: British citizen arrested for dumping bento trash in mailbox See in context

The realistic question in this case is: What is better, to throw the plastic bento-box in the street or hide it somewhere?

This otherwise excellent Anglo-Japanese citizen chose the crypto-route. Unfortunately for him, a pair of police eyes witnessed the cryptocrime.

Jacobo

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Posted in: About 30 charged for allegedly exchanging stolen cryptocurrency See in context

''Some 58 billion yen worth of digital money NEM was stolen from its operator Coincheck Inc in January 2018. While the Metropolitan Police Department will continue its investigation of the theft, it will soon conclude its probe into those exchanging stolen NEM as it is nearing the statute of limitations.''

The statute of limitations is only 3 years ???

Jacobo

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