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Posted in: Tokyo Olympic sponsor in bribery case made multiple demands to exec See in context

Takahashi, 78, and 83-year-old Aoki were arrested............One would have thought, that at their ages, their greed would have subsided.. So what other so called business opportunities have they availed themselves of over the past years. You can bet this was was the first time.

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Posted in: U.S. seeks resolution for naval officer jailed in Japan over fatal car crash See in context

The US wants to seek resolution....so do the victims family. He should be lucky he only got 3 yrs. There was a similar case in the UK a few yrs ago, a US service mans wife ran down and killed a man because she was driving on the wrong side of the road. What did she do......she caught the earliest flight back to the US after claiming diplomatic immunity. That case is still ongoing. years later.

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Posted in: 5,000 peaches stolen from Yamanashi orchard See in context

I bet the makers of peach tree dishes must be upset about this..

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Posted in: Robot finger covered in living skin developed by University of Tokyo See in context

AI finger. But can you pick your nose with it?.............asking for a friend....lol!

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Posted in: Women not wearing hijab 'trying to look like animals', say Taliban posters See in context

The Taliban are just so scared of women. If any thing it is the ugli men who need to be covered up.

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Posted in: Ramsay Hunt, the disorder paralyzing Justin Bieber's face See in context

Is it permanent?

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Posted in: Ruling lawmaker in hot seat over alleged drinking with teenage girl See in context

Perhaps he was offering extra curricular advice, I mean, we all know how much politicians care about the people they serve. And do not forget, he may have a daughter the same age so just wanted to be a fatherly figure to her............and if you believe all this, you too should go into politics.

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Posted in: Yes, Muslims are portrayed negatively in American media See in context

Is it really surprising? White Americans like to spread their racial hatred to all non-white people.

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Posted in: Heard 'absolutely not' able to pay Depp $10.35 million in damages: lawyer See in context

Heard wrote in The Washington Post in December 2018 in which she described herself as a "public figure representing domestic abuse. Not once in that op ed was Depp's name mentioned. The article was about how much women are abused in relationships, which is very true. Women are abused in the work place and at home, that is what she is saying. I did not follow or have any interest in this trial, I do not really know any thing about these two people, nor will I ever have. And do not forget, Depp lost the first case in London.

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Posted in: Summer in May See in context

What struck me about the beach picture was the amount of people wearing clothes. In many other countries, especially the US and UK most people on beaches are nearly naked except for flimsy bikinis or shorts.

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Posted in: Country music stars distance themselves from NRA after school massacre See in context

They are only doing so to boost their flagging careers. This lot are mostly gun loving, white nationalist Trump followers. They are thinking of themselves first.

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Posted in: Violent death in America stalks ordinary walks of daily life See in context

America was founded on violence and has continued that way ever since. In its 250+ yrs of existence, the country has only NOT been at war for 20yrs.

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Posted in: N Korea reports 232,880 suspected COVID-19 cases See in context

I would not be surprised if the numbers were four or five times higher than we are led to believe.......or even worse. NK. will never be upfront with the truth. But I hope for their people, nations offer them help.

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Posted in: French city rekindles burkini row with pool rule change See in context

What is wrong with these people, no, seriously, something is wrong with them. There is nothing offensive about a burkini, Muslim women have the right to wear what they want. In fact I find them more agreeable than the skimpy bikini's so many other women wear, which do border on offensive. And the people who are griping about burkini's should wake up and get a life.

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Posted in: Warhol Monroe portrait set to smash records at New York auction See in context

Does anyone need more proof just how obscene the art world is? This pathetic portrait could have been done by a 10 yr old...........oh wait!

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Posted in: Aichi police on lookout for whoever stole public toilet’s flushing handle See in context

It is a rare object. Who among us can say I have a public toilet flushing handle. Just wait for its appearance on Ebay.

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Posted in: Fears mount for China's economy as leaders dig in on zero-COVID See in context

Mass testing of China's vast population could bring fresh misery to the economy....................... How do you make an economy miserable, does it have feelings?

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Posted in: Elon Musk asked to testify on Twitter by UK Parliament See in context

Musk has said he wants Twitter to “ authenticate all humans"......................eerr, do I have a choice? I would never use twitter, I prefer not to be one of the sheep. Ps. And does this fool even know what that actually means. ...from an unauthenticated human.

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Posted in: Salt Lake, Sapporo head race to 2030 Olympics, and maybe '34 See in context

Why oh why are countries still paying homage to the IOC. They are one of the most corrupt organisations on earth, along with their fellow bed wetters FIFA.

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Posted in: Mariupol mayor says siege has killed more than 10,000 civilians See in context

The murder and bloodshed in Ukraine will continue until Putin is no more. Do not forget, this monster has murdered 1000's of Russians just to maintain his grip on power. The lives of innocent children and their parents mean absolutely nothing to him, he will kill 100's of thousands if need be.

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Posted in: 2 killed and 10 wounded in Iowa nightclub shooting See in context

The comment from the police, that there is no lingering danger is pure fallacy. Every day, in what ever town or city, there will be a mass shooting, this now normal life in the grand ol' US of A.

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Posted in: Father, son arrested in Japan get U.S. prison time for Ponzi scheme See in context

Given such a menial, pathetically short sentence, running these schemes must seem almost worthwhile doing. I mean, my dog, I would do 3/5 yrs in exchange for a few billion.

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Posted in: Qatar World Cup organizers admit workers were exploited See in context

This will not mean any thing to the teams from around the world, or the players earning obscene money weekly. They care not one tiny morsel for those workers. FIFA must be allowed to continue with their corruption and bribery, this is what defines them.

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Posted in: Twitter says it's testing an 'edit' button See in context

I have always used the edit button...........Don't join twitter.

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Posted in: 2 drivers arrested over fatal hit-and-run in Chiba See in context

Many comments about the age of these drivers and whether they should be allowed to drive. Well, i suggest they both had the wherewithal to know what they had done was wrong, yet they chose to flee, leaving a woman to die in the street. Callousness it would seem knows no age limit.

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Posted in: Thinking of sleeping your way up? Don’t! Shoko Nakagawa has stern message for showbiz hopefuls See in context

Women have been exploited, sexually abused and often discarded across the world of show business. No countries entertainment industry is innocent. This is what men do, and alas, it is what they have been taught to do across decades of abuse, because they can, and because they can get away with it.

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Posted in: Germany to face Spain, Japan at World Cup; Iran and U.S. in same group See in context

How strange that no footballing country that has qualified has come out against the human rights issues in Qatar, yet the same countries governments are quick to point the finger at China's, and other countries with dismal records...including the USA.

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Posted in: Justices decide for themselves when to step aside from cases See in context

Thomas, the only black face white man on SCOTUS. His disgusting wife is evil personified, she wants to over throw an elected government and have installed right wing Nazi's who will back the likes of Putin.

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Posted in: DeSantis signs bill targeting explicit books in Florida schools See in context

Mr Desantis, CRT is NOT taught in any US school, but of course you know this, you are just projecting your wilful ignorance on to the voters....and they will fall it. This man is pure evil, and you think trump is bad.

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Posted in: Yemen rebels strike oil depot in Saudi city hosting F1 race See in context

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson condemned the Houthi attacks on Twitter. “These strikes put civilian lives at risk and must stop,” he wrote...................And the Saudi's continual aggression and bombing of the Yemen does not. Wow! This is a world leader (tongue in cheek) who has his pulse on world events....lol!

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