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Posted in: 14-year-old girl riding bike seriously injured after being hit by car; driver arrested See in context

I pray that the girl recovers fully.

As for comments about arresting the lady, she'll be fine. Hopefully, she is just concerned about the girl in the hospital. It doesn't really matter whose fault it was. Right?

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Posted in: Alcaraz, Djokovic set for all-star Cincinnati final See in context

These are the best players today.

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Posted in: Chinese public sees Japan, U.S. as least trustworthy: survey See in context

"There are three types of lies -- lies, damn lies, and statistics."

Benjamin Disraeli

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Posted in: Kishida unveils new measures to reverse declining birthrate amid election rumors See in context

Offering free housing is a good incentive and possible solution. Having a home is important towards making a family and having children.

There are so many akiya empty homes. Allow couples (married or not) to move into them with no tax burden and provide them with 1m yen to refurbish. They get the ownership papers and no property taxes to pay for 10 years.

Couples are more likely to have children when they live in the countryside verus the city. Also solves the ruralization challenge.

I realize that this is a huge cost for the government. But really, there's not much to lose with this idea.

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Posted in: 6 people wounded in shooting on South Carolina beach See in context

Pick your poison as it were. American gun idiocy and shootings happen every day. More mass killings than days in the year.

The conservatives want to lock up all those crazy liberals for saying guns are the actual problem. Or kick them out of their lawmaking as in Tennessee.

To sunfunbun above: It's about the people not the guns. There is way less gun crime in open carry, conservative states than in progressive, democrat, unruly violent crime ridden states like California and other blue states.

It is impossible to turn back gun culture in the US like they did successfully in Australia after a mass shooting and also in the UK after a school shooting. I am not happy to say it, but the fact is that gun culture is simply too engrained into American society and the bill of rights. Weapons are a very normal thing to have in rural America. And I would prefer to agree with you that they don't naturally belong in cities.

Most relevant is that the US is an insanely dangerous place now, especially in the big cities, where a significant proportion of the population, particularly the youth, are underprivileged and undereducated. They unfortunately end up seeking a criminal life over getting a job and don't have respect for or value human life. Not all of course, but way too many.

Families and individuals absolutely need firemarms to protect themselves from real elements of evil lurking about in their communities.

Conservatives don't want to lock up those who want government legislated gun control. They just don't want theirs away and for good reason. If we did that, then only criminals will have guns. This is a simple argument and it's also known as critical thinking.

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Posted in: Teenage girl arrested after saying she strangled man in Toyama See in context

Since it says only that she said that she strangled him, that's all that is known at his stage.

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