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Posted in: Japan reports 183,609 coronavirus cases; 23,773 in Tokyo See in context

If they don't declare lockdown one thing that will start happening is the following: restaurant/bars closing.

I work in that field and, obviously, they are quite empty right now. Very few customers and many cancelation corona related.

Up to now they got money from government but now they don't so... Little by little they will start closing for good.

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Posted in: 12-year-old boy in coma after being hit by truck; driver arrested See in context

Sad news.

Few things I discovered and don't like at all are:

Many people do not respect when no traffic lights, and never stop in pedestrian crossings.

When incorporating to one road they just look at one side. More than once got unpleasant surprises.

Anyone feels the same?

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Posted in: Russians keep pressure on Mariupol; massive convoy breaks up See in context

Express sister.

Not want to be disrespectful here but...a hospital in a conflict area is one of the first places you need to evacuate due security measures...

Also, there are contradictory news here. Some say it was bombarded by Russia and others say that it was indeed evacuated and uses by the Azoff regiment as fighting position.

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Posted in: Russians keep pressure on Mariupol; massive convoy breaks up See in context

First let's be clear:

"This invasion is a terrible thing that should never have happened"

Then let's point fingers:

Russia has been always clear on his security space, no nuclear weapons in countries around his frontier, neither OTAN members.

The risk of an invasion was always there and War Analist knew of it.

So wtf, why did they still push onto Ucraine becoming a member of OTAN?

Why omit such a low chance very dangerous risk?

Then, Europe getting action?

For what? You can save to save Ucranians, right?. Well, this is absolutely nuts idea. We are talking about a Nuclear armed country. You guys want to increase dead count? This will not stop dead of Ucranians.

Diplomacy is mandatory here.

Beat way to stop deaths is by stopping the conflict. More weapons and more countries taking part will enlarge the conflict and the casualties. A lost of life's for what?

Europe must take responsibility.... When it has been USA one of the main characters in this madness.

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Posted in: French teachers to walk out over COVID confusion See in context

That way of clothing might be surprising for Japanese but, I feel it's pretty normal in Europe. There is a different cultural assumption of what is show off and not.

Also, once again, I feel jealous of how French organise themselves against mala praxis and bad conditions, protecting their rights to normal work conditions.

That kind of mentality would help a lot many workers in other countries.

As mention, in USA right now there is a related movement where thousands of workers are fed up with their jobs, quitting in pursue of better conditions (normal ones).

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Posted in: Man dies after being found collapsed on street in Tokyo See in context

No belongings and no ID make me thing he was robbed, but again, this is Japan and that's far from usual.

Rip.

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Posted in: U.S. serviceman arrested in Okinawa for riding minibike while under influence of alcohol See in context

I read the comments and feel surprised as how fast some people attack.

They made an infraction, dangerous one, so they must be fined/prosecuted as any other citizen.

Just because they were soldiers you don't have to use that to criticize all the group, that's quite unfair and stupid.

Only if there is data that supports that I would agree, bit it's not. I am pretty sure that there are not as many cases as everyone thinks. At the end the army is based on discipline.

But, if I am wrong and the numbers support that this is more common than expected, then there is an issue to law enforcement/law obedience. People in charge should be make responsible (again, because it's the army we talking about).

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Posted in: Japan’s most annoying train habits: Passengers reveal the things that irk them most See in context

I work in sales, therefore I use the train a lot, several times per day.

The thing I hate the most and sadly I see more that I would like to, is the lack of empathy to older people and, this makes my blood boil, pregnant women.

No manners and no empathy at all..... Shame to those evildoers.

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