Joe Blow comments

Posted in: Cabinet OKs bills to penalize people who do not comply with antivirus measures See in context

Now that's quite something. I remember in other countries doctors make that "Hippocratic oath" to help people all the time, in any situation. Guess Japanese doctors don't know that? Too bad!!

Maybe it got lost in translation and they thought it was the Hypocritical Oath?

Seriously though, Japan got its modern medicine from Germany, maybe the same ethical standards don't apply in Germany.

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Posted in: Man arrested for buying cup meant for ¥100 coffee but pouring ¥200 latte into it See in context

Wait until you found out how many batteries the old folk are stealing.

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Posted in: Beijing launches mass virus tests See in context

They have to supply the whole world of the equipments ( not defective) for testing for free.

No thanks, cash will do, and no strings attached.

In fact, forget the cash. We should all just shun China and Chinese products.

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Posted in: Former justice minister's wife gets suspended sentence for vote-buying See in context

Election fraud exists everywhere, case in point.

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Posted in: Biden pushes unity two days before taking over; Trump considers 100 pardons See in context

And this is what I mean by "cultist brainwash".

The only people complaining about an imagined "anti-white racism" are full-blown racists.

The far left spends all day, every day, complaining about white people. They call far right protests "white terrorism". They ask all white people to acknowledge their white privilege. They call for "decolonizing" everything from beauty products to cooking recipes and holidays. They say things about white people that nobody is allowed to say about 'BIPOC' people without being accused of racism. Entire sociology departments spend all of their time poring over facets of some sort of abstract 'whiteness' in new ways of breaking down this most oppressive of skin colors.

Tell me with a straight face that that's anything but race mania the likes of which we haven't seen since the heyday of eugenics.

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Posted in: Biden pushes unity two days before taking over; Trump considers 100 pardons See in context

But I do despise nazis and racists though.

The far left has become anti-white; tacit approval of them means being a racist sympathizer.

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Posted in: Biden pushes unity two days before taking over; Trump considers 100 pardons See in context

There will be healing and unity when two things happen:

There will be healing and unity only when the left also abandons its hateful and racist rhetoric. The fact that both left and right insist that intolerance has become a lopsided issue shows how much propaganda we have to cut through before arriving at the truth.

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Posted in: Man arrested for soliciting prostitution from high school girl See in context

what would they say if it happened to their daughters...

Nice try, but what you really mean is "what would they say if their daughters did this?" And the answer is I'd punish her worse than the courts would.

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Posted in: Trump impeachment trial could begin on Inauguration Day See in context

That is an ironic comment inasmuch as the Democratic Party is widely viewed as being anti-business and anti-corporation. Most of my life all I have heard is this steady drumbeat from the Republican side about how bad Democrats are for business. So let's just say I see your comment as deflection absent any supporting evidence.

Dems are bad at business because they largely don't understand economics. Look at the Green New Deal, for example, or Biden's new multi-trillion-dollar covid plan.

It's like they think money grows on trees.

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Posted in: Trump impeachment trial could begin on Inauguration Day See in context

Poor Joe, no one really cares about him.

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Posted in: Man with axe smashes New Zealand Parliament doors See in context

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beehive_(New_Zealand)

What an eyesore!

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Posted in: House impeaches Trump after U.S. Capitol siege; his fate in Senate hands See in context

That'll teach you guys for electing a non-establishment, non-swamp creature who hasn't been paid off by special interests as president.

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Posted in: Man with axe smashes New Zealand Parliament doors See in context

Look at how ugly that building is.

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Posted in: Democrats prepare 'incitement of insurrection' charge against Trump See in context

I just looked through Trump's speech transcript from the January 6th rally. I've found the part where he incited violence- here it is:

 I know that everyone here will soon be marching over to the Capitol building to peacefully and patriotically make your voices heard.

..oops, nevermind

Shhhh! Get out of here with your facts!

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Posted in: Democrats prepare 'incitement of insurrection' charge against Trump See in context

I'm in the U.S. now and it's a totally failed state. No one believes in the institutions of the country anymore. No one wants the country to exist anymore. There's nothing left to be a traitor to. If they want to go after Trump and the rest that's fine. The place is finished. It's like hanging a traitor to Rome. Who cares? Rome fell a long time ago.

All of these issues would vanish overnight if our political parties stopped playing political theater and partisanship and instead governed according to the will of their constituents.

But no, we have a power-hungry billionaire class to protect.

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Posted in: S Korea to continue efforts to improve ties with Japan, says Moon See in context

"We want better ties with you Japan. But we're also going to remind you how racist, evil, and vile you are, how you should apologize again and compensate us for the comfort women, and erect statues in their honor in San Francisco and other places where you have no authority to remove them. But seriously though, better ties?"

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Posted in: KFC Japan’s Creamy Croquette Chicken Filet Sandwich wants to comfort you this winter See in context

I was there until the lobster sauce. Too rich.

As long as there's no wasabi in there.

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Posted in: Japanese approval of Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine unlikely until May See in context

Hopefully we will continue this progress and treat other major diseases such as malaria, etc. which are amenable to vaccines.

There's a reason that hasn't happened; hint: population control of poor people.

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Posted in: Late-night hosts react with shock, anger to Capitol attack See in context

i.e. They read the script given to them by their producers and signed off by very rich corporate handlers.

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Posted in: China's internet erupts in mirth over U.S. Capitol chaos See in context

And all the far leftists in America are either wittingly or unwittingly aiding and abetting China over their own countries.

But Trump supporters are guilty of treason, right?

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Posted in: Kitchen equipment piles up as pandemic shutters Japan's restaurants See in context

It is just Japanese have hard times psychologically using someone else's materials/equipment

Not just Japan, most of East Asia has this mindset too; buying second-hand until very recently was seen as being strictly for people below the poverty line. I remember many years back a Korean TKD teacher looked at my shoes in class, which were worn hard and showed it but weren't full of holes or falling apart, and he remarked how I needed new shoes. Everything always needs to look brand new for some people.

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Posted in: Sexism still rife in Hollywood despite #MeToo movement, survey finds See in context

@deadbeatles, it's still a pathetic requirement. The Academy Awards are supposed to pick the best film, clearly they're no longer interested in that, which is why their ratings plummeted. A movie set in feudal Japan, or about the Zulu, or the Mexican Revolution, or King Henry VIII would be disqualified because they're not "diverse" enough.

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Posted in: Santa 'immune' to COVID and can still make Christmas rounds: WHO See in context

What happened to Santa's lips? Looks like he was sucking on a pool drain.

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Posted in: SDF deployed as record snowfall blankets parts of Japan See in context

Dat global warming

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Posted in: Honda recalls 1.4 mil vehicles in U.S. for software, other problems See in context

But self-driving cars are a good idea, right?

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Posted in: Sexism still rife in Hollywood despite #MeToo movement, survey finds See in context

"new diversity standards for future Oscar contenders to win a best picture Academy Award"

Does this mean that an all-black or all-Hispanic casted movie can't win Best Picture?

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Posted in: Have yourselves a merry little Christmas, British PM Johnson says See in context

You cannot cancel Christmas!

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Posted in: New Zealand aims to open travel bubble with Australia by April See in context

So 2 of the most successful countries when it comes to controlling the covid spread are planning to establish travel bubble by April IF all goes well and there are no big outbreaks till then, but Japan thinks tens of thousands of visitors from all corners of the world ( and countries with various success record ) , unvaccinated , moving around Tokyo for the summer Olympic dream is absolutely fine.

J-Govt: "Sunk cost is only a fallacy if you want it to be." ;)

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Posted in: U.S. COVID-19 deaths smash daily record, spurring pleas to trim back Christmas See in context

And once again the power-hungry elite want to encroach on what you can and can't do in your own home, just like with Thanksgiving.

Remember civil disobedience? Time to exercise that a bit.

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Posted in: Japan to begin COVID-19 vaccinations on reservation basis See in context

Is it the made in China version too? Have fun with that guys.

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