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Posted in: This delicious pudding made solely with persimmons and milk is trending in Japan See in context

This sounds good.

I will try this.

And simple too.

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Posted in: Japan sees near-record 1,547 coronavirus cases in possible 3rd wave See in context

Was there a “lockdown”?

I must’ve missed it.

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Posted in: Tokyo's tuna auctions resume public viewing after 8-month hiatus See in context

Top news

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Posted in: Survey finds only 23% of vehicles stop for pedestrians at crosswalks See in context

What is the law on this?

If drivers are supposed to stop I may start taking a few risks.....

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Posted in: Train inspired by mega-hit anime 'Demon Slayer' begins limited run See in context

Top news

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Posted in: Abe visits Yasukuni Shrine for 2nd straight month See in context

Is this “news”?

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Posted in: Late goals cap another wild day in English Premier League See in context

It’s okay to bust up fellow pros?

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Posted in: How walkable is your city? London, Hong Kong put pedestrians first See in context

Yeah, London’s well cool for a nice stroll. If yer can avoid gettin stabbed on da way.

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Posted in: 71% of S Koreans see Japan unfavorably as ties sink to record lows See in context

Never saw any animosity between Koreans and Japanese that I’ve met.

Somebody wants a fight.

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Posted in: 1,805 suicides reported in Japan in September See in context

Right?

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Posted in: 1,805 suicides reported in Japan in September See in context

StrangerlandToday  12:40 am JST

The number of reported suicides in Japan in September was 1,805

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That's even more in just a month than the reported death by the COVID in Japan (so far 1631, probably underestimated but anyway...). Just think about it. This actually illustrates so well that over-reacting to a threat can produce a worse outcome than the threat itself.

You do realize that people committed suicide before Covid right? The difference (accounting for nothing other than numbers) is:

an increase of 143

Which is a lot less than 1805 Covid deaths, and unfortunately for you blows your narrative out of the water.

Well, aren’t you fuckin’ clever

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Posted in: 1,805 suicides reported in Japan in September See in context

There’s a lot of help out there, enough to stop you from pulling da trigger.

it’s nothing unusual, as the figures suggest, but hey, in yer darkest day’s there’s somebody out there that doesn’t know yer but still luvs yer. So hold on.

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Posted in: The life of Ghosn: Fugitive tycoon to star in documentary and a mini-series See in context

Whaaaat?

he’s dodgy As hell.

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Posted in: Japan vows to boost missile defense after North Korea parade See in context

My missile is bigger than your missile.

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Posted in: Mental health services disrupted during pandemic, as needs grow See in context

I’m going even more mental.

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Posted in: Tokyo ward assemblyman under fire over remarks against LGBT rights See in context

Desert TortoiseToday  09:33 pm JST

Every person has their own personal choice to make regarding being heterosexual or LGBT

The above is a classic instance of uninformed thought. Homosexuality isn't a choice. One is born that way or not. Too many gays struggle for years, decades with their gayness because until very recently it was socially unacceptable, even physically dangerous to be openly gay. Many gays try to bury it by marrying someone of the opposite sex and having kids even, but in the end it never works. Many gays will tell you if they had a choice to make it would be to be straight due to the extreme social pressures to be straight, but they are not. This idea that somehow one's sexual orientation is a choice is very wrong and has to be put to rest once and for all.

I don’t think so. Many young vulnerable folk get preyed upon by older messed up folk. We end up with people screaming about their sexuality.

Many genuinely gay folk feel no need or desire to talk about their sexuality.

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Posted in: Tokyo ward assemblyman under fire over remarks against LGBT rights See in context

I agree with Shiraishi, he’s talking a lot of sense.

LGBT movement has been hi jacked by people who think that they and their sexuality is more important than anything else.

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Posted in: LDP lawmaker apologizes for saying 'women lie' about sexual assaults See in context

A resignation perhaps?

Or is that losing face?

This is beyond.

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Posted in: Man wounded in gang shooting outside Nagano ramen restaurant See in context

Ramen?

Not somen?

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Posted in: JAL ditches 'ladies and gentlemen' for gender-neutral greetings See in context

Some real good comments today,

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Posted in: Komeito revamps executive lineup as chief Yamaguchi secures 7th term See in context

Another day, another $.

Stay healthy.

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Posted in: Aichi man gets 10 months in prison for saying 'I got corona' in electronics store; loses appeal See in context

I’ve been tempted to do that a few times but have somehow find a way to resist.

10 months in da slammer, harsh but lessons will be learnt.

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Posted in: Japanese sex business operator sues state over virus cash handout snub See in context

A bit tricky this one.

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Posted in: Suga holds talks with IOC chief, Koike about Olympics See in context

Well, well well. Good

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Posted in: Japan to ease entry ban to allow long-term stays from Oct 1, but not tourists See in context

Just since when has Jpn not got an issue with “foreigners”?

it just goes on and on, foreigner this, foreigner that.

exclusivity reigns supreme

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