Japan Violet comments

Posted in: Man gets suspended sentence for causing plane to divert after refusing to wear mask See in context

Obviously not wearing a mask does not interfere with the safety of the vehicle. This brave man is trying to show everyone how dumb they are.

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Posted in: Juvenile delinquency in Japan increased during COVID school closures: report See in context

I for one was certain that closing schools, banning the use of parks and other facilities, would be very effective measure with next to nothing of negative effects. I am not going to question my logic.

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Posted in: Indonesia bans sex outside marriage in new criminal code See in context

I really wonder why people are so scared of sex.

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Posted in: Chinese police out in numbers to prevent more COVID protests See in context

I think China is a very bad place.

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Posted in: Saka, Rashford help England rout Iran 6-2 See in context

It looks pretty bad for England at the moment. Not their best, certainly not going anywhere this time around old chap.

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Posted in: Uber Eats delivery worker arrested for smearing curry on apartment door of customer who gave him low rating See in context

I give bad ratings to all Uber. Always blocking the road. Scratching cars. No like Uber.

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Posted in: Cambodian PM tests positive for COVID after hosting summit See in context

I heard that people don't really care about this anymore.

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Posted in: Japan's 8th COVID wave could surpass previous wave's peak, say experts See in context

Recently we have many foreign visitors to Japan. They are shocked. They say it is like going back in time with all the masks, plastic dividers, hand spray every 5 meters, etc...

I think it is time for us to move on, like everyone else has. We are looking rather stupid.

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Posted in: Over 80% of Japanese adults find tobacco smoke unpleasant: survey See in context

It's great to hear this, however why do so many family-oriented Japanese hotels still have the majority of rooms and floors as smoking? The rooms stink. The air is bad.

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Posted in: South Korean parents bury children killed in Halloween disaster See in context

Crushing people in a crowd should be against the law.

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Posted in: Aso to visit S Korea to discuss wartime labor issue See in context

I don't believe Taro Aso is the right person to mend relations. It's just my opinion of course, but I would bet that he doesn't do a good job at it.

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Posted in: Toyota keeps net profit forecast despite production woes See in context

Great job Toyota!

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Posted in: Crush kills at least 151 at Halloween festivities in Seoul See in context

This seems very terrible.

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Posted in: Musk takes control of Twitter; fires 3 top executives See in context

Seems like that CEO took Elon Musk to court to ensure his own very lucrative exit.

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Posted in: Record 245,000 students absent from schools in Japan in FY2021 See in context

People are saying that it is the mask wearing. Wearing masks all day is taking a huge toll on the children they say, and absent rates are skyrocketing.

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Posted in: Astros seek untainted World Series title against Phillies See in context

They cheated.

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Posted in: adidas ends partnership with Ye over antisemitic remarks See in context

Adidas did the right thing.

The one thing I don't get is why "white supremacy" is synonymous with antisemitism. Aren't Jewish people white?

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Posted in: 7 injured in Saitama Aeon mall after woman pepper sprays them See in context

Was it at random? Or apparently at random? Because pepper spray can be effective non-lethal deterrence from those exuding aggression.

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Posted in: Yen falls back to 149 zone against U.S. dollar despite apparent intervention See in context

There is no policy forthcoming from the "leadership". The goal of these men is to get the job, not what they would do for the country when they get the job. No change, no policy, only pretence.

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Posted in: Two top Japanese universities drop in British magazine's world ranking See in context

Not good Japan students.

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Posted in: Japan to encourage online medical care as COVID, flu spread in winter See in context

I'm pretty sure they now know that it is not anything to worry about. No problem promoting hypochondria to the population to sell pills and other drugs, but when it gets out of hand they show their cards. Money money money, why we know the "health" industry is not in business to make people healthy.

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Posted in: 79-year-old man arrested for selling 290 porn DVDs in Osaka’s Airin district See in context

It's free on the web.

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Posted in: Japan reports 45,505 new coronavirus cases See in context

How is this increase possible? The covid19 vaccine is not being widely dispersed? I have to question the integrity of the program when such an increase in the numbers is being reported and now the foreign tourists will flock here because of the drastic easing of border restrictions with the past 2.5 years a wasted effort after all.

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Posted in: Japan's loosening of COVID-19 entry restrictions may keep citizens wearing masks See in context

OK, horrible infection rate when masks are being used. If the foreigner cannot wear the mask then how can infection rate go down from now? So, let's now know that if someone who has 3 shots of the covid19 vaccine comes back to Japan they might have covid, but how can they know if no test? So, the worst covid infection must be from someone who does not have the 3 shots, so blocked because they have the test and failed! It is brilliant policy. The foreigners shall flock to Japan.

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Posted in: China steps up anti-COVID measures in megacities as infections mount See in context

OH, I hope they can get the infections under control quickly. Sounds terrible diseases and out of control horrible.

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Posted in: Unification Church tries to derail ex-believer's press conference See in context

Well of course they are upset with her, she is trying to disrupt their business.

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Posted in: Pfizer COVID vaccine clears Japan panel for use with young children See in context

Must be hard a hard decision to make for a parent.

I don't think it is hard decision to make. Not giving your child something that might harm them with very little benefit is an easy decision to come to. Why would you trust the pharma companies to do the right thing? Just google "largest fine in criminal history". Now, would you entrust your child to them?

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Posted in: Pfizer COVID vaccine clears Japan panel for use with young children See in context

Don't confuse science with political science, and do not let them give shots to children. Very dangerous and sickening.

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Posted in: N Korea fires ballistic missile over Japan; some trains suspended See in context

Doesn't seem as if North Korea likes Japan very much. Feels kind of disrespectful. Why would you do that unless you wanted to disturb the people?

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Posted in: Europe braces for mobile network blackouts See in context

Did Russia halt the gas supply? I don't think that was Russia's decision. Also, the Nord pipeline was bombed, so that sure did halt the supply, but once again not by Russia's decision. This is not truthful news reporting.

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