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Posted in: Kono announces bid to become next prime minister See in context

"Taro Kono he's our man if can't do it no one can". Should have been PM in the 1st place. As I mentioned in a previous post he has the look of a street fighter. Watch him get into his Joe Palloka suit and lay down the law . Speaking good English is a plus for his international politics . However he will need to use stern Japanese language to get it all under control in Nihon after "Sugar Suga" leaves office ! "Kono for King" "Terrific Taro" !

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Posted in: UK warns on cryptocurrency ads after Kardashian post See in context

Always find "Kartrashian" advice to be of great value. Just like the bitcoin Kim can be had for more or less 30 pieces of silver. Were her sex tape distribution rights paid in cash or crypto-IOU'S ? Pretty scary looking lady ?

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Posted in: An entire generation of Americans has no idea how easy air travel used to be See in context

"Self centered fear" hit the American mindset and everything changed. Not only air travel but our personal relationships became overcome by politics. When the world refused to join-in " the US terror war" they were simply branded as foes and not friends. "Freedom Lost - Terror Won". Good job, well done my young Saudi's with the help of money and radical support from religious lunatics who share power with the Saudi royal family.

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Posted in: China’s 'Little Kyoto' shut down by government after complaints of Japanese culture invasion See in context

This is another example of Sino Sickness. Let's control the universe to our liking because we are suddenly powerful and brimming with new money. Yes close Yokohama Chinatown first then go on to San Francisco. Finally hit Singapore where the PRC travelers are denounced as rude and self centered . Then do you think that Chinese owned restaurants worldwide who pose a Japanese eateries should be banned as imposters ?

Present day PRC Cultural Imperialism is the new cultural revolution for this generation. Perhaps "Mao" than the his little red book called for, but who cares and who would ever want to live in the Middle Kingdom these days.

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Posted in: Chinese people vexed by Communist Party's image among Japanese See in context

Sino interference with it's neighbors is a big problem. Border disputes with just about everyone . Japan needs to keep any eye on this and the Kim Klan up-north. Why has the world allowed the terrible treatment of the Muslim minorities ? Who came to save them in the Balkans? What are the conservative Wahabi Saudi's doing to prevent ethnic cleansing. Money for Oil. Forget human rights. North & South American did and are doing the same to native peoples. Wake-up. Money then power and then blame the past or outsiders for the your lies

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Posted in: Australia temporarily releases Sri Lankan asylum seeker family after two years island detention See in context

Looks like Australia is returning to it's racist past. Thus only supporting those who seek the possibility of immigration or migration and must be of light complexion. Australia is surrounded and has always been inhabited by non-white people. Give it up Aussies and face the fact you stole the land from Non-Europeans and want to keep out anyone who does not meet the color-code.

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Posted in: U.S. warns its citizens against travel to Japan due to COVID surge See in context

I take issue with ethno-centric people who call the USA a cesspool.

Being in New England is not only a pleasure but a place people want to live during these dark days. Number of people fully vaccinated: in the state of Massachusetts is 3,454,126

Number of first doses given of the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines: 4,086,923 Total doses shipped to Massachusetts: 8,842,020. Sorry but Japan dropped the ball on this issue (no Olympic pun intended).

Get to it Japan . I want back as soon as possible so it is up to you not Sino interference to prevail today

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Posted in: U.S. warns its citizens against travel to Japan due to COVID surge See in context

Must get their a act together, First problem summer weather in Tokyo and then COVID surge. November 2021 would have been ideal, A real Momij Olympic event . Looking forward to my trip for 3 weeks. Nov 17-Dec 6 th,

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Posted in: Tokyo cheerleader cafe adds male cheerleader service See in context

We all need to be Cheered-Up these days. Embrace the concept and have fun. I am for Granny and Grandpa Cheery Cafe's too. They have great sense of humor and it might cheer them up as well. Stop being negative! This is a pandemic and not the time to be negative about cheeriness. Try positive & Cheer Everyone Cheer !!!

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Posted in: China could step up armament, provocations near Senkakus, think tank warns See in context

First let the international boy scout troops set up camp to settle things down a bit . Perhaps installing a non-sectarian shrine dedicated to all the victims of previous Pacific wars. It could be island condominium administered by both China & Japan to further foster better understanding of shared mutual Asian values. No guns allowed but perhaps building a weather & earthquake warning station. I would never consider a McDonalds but how about a dim sum/sushi bar using the local catch to encourage dialog through hospitality.

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Posted in: Monkey man See in context

Great way to "monkey around" in Tokyo. More of us should take on the persona of the animal world and let go a bit. No problem if he got dropped on his head as a kid. He appears fully functional now and maybe more attractive to opposite genders. Who knows just lighten-up more today given the fact this is a terrible pandemic

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Posted in: N Korean leader's sister slams U.S., S Korea See in context

I just love the mean "A" look on her face. Certainly not the kind of daughter that any Sino-Soviet political famly hoped to turn out better. Let them blast all the rockets and shells they want. These kind of childen with their own nuclear arsenal always want & need attention. No natural consequences as long as we listen to them!

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Posted in: Beef katsu and yakiniku bowls is a meat marriage made in heaven See in context

Eat everyone Eat. Where can I find a Japanese katsu chain Katsuya outside of Nihon ? Be well eat well. Juanito

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Posted in: Mori to resign over sexist comments; Kawabuchi, 84, tipped to replace him See in context

Good Outcome? This is a remark from a 77 year young fellow. Replace one old turtle with another older turtle. Will that really do the trick? The woman in Japan is truly a gift to overall society and on the rise for a Lady PM ?

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Posted in: Sex toy sales surge spices up lockdown See in context

Sex toys for fun and profit. Why not use them in these dark days of isolation and lack of human contact. Breaking the taboo and bias about keeping one's sex life so private. Embrase it and perhaps you will find that your favorite toy is something you will see as such a goof friend. So basically I never met a dildo I didn't like !

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

This type of crime has got to stop. Those over 60 are getting out of control during this pandemic. Maybe he "forgot to take his meds" or was just acting like politicians "on the take" . Well that will need to stop . No?

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Posted in: Kono denies reports of mass vaccine roll-out for general public in May See in context

That settles that. Any idea or keeping my reservation for Sakura in Kyoto must be cancelled. Maybe Momiji but that depends if ANA honors my ticket cancelled last November 2020. Get to it Taro, Japan should have been in the front of the line with thier own vaccine . Can't depend on China, Russia, USA or Europe to do this job !

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Posted in: Kono to handle coordination of coronavirus vaccinations See in context

Taro Kono he's our man if can't do it no one can. Should be PM in the 1st place. As I mentioned in a previous post he has the look of a street fighter. Watch him get into his Joe Palloka suit and lay down the law . Speaking good English is a plus but he will need to use stern Japanese language to get it under control by this summer !

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Posted in: Ex-Nissan exec says automaker sought to hide Ghosn's pay See in context

Nothing like a foreign scapgoat. So easy to identify and easy to convict. Should be careful as the rage of St. Patrick might just protect a man called Kelly. St Patrick drove the snakes out of Ireland and perhaps a few made it to Japan. Such a lovely country with such lovely maners unless you get caught up in their legal system

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Posted in: North Korean leader Kim says U.S. is Pyongyang's 'biggest enemy' See in context

Sorry for his situation and break-up with a former lover. Things just happen but never consider a nuke reaction

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Posted in: Japanese comedian serves up simple and sweet stuffed pepper recipe See in context

No joke, just a great recipe !

Must try this in the winter months to stay warm. Baba adds a special Nihon taste to the world-wide recipes of stuffed peppers. Like is hair-do and glasses. His kitchen looks like it gets some use. Not really messy but full of stuff to make great meals in a small space. Can we say it is good idea for filling your face with some happiness.

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Posted in: Japan's additional Aegis ships could encourage further arms buildup See in context

Better to give money to your US protector than let the Sino/Russian thugs taking over the seas surrounding Japan. China is following the same game plan fortifying South China Sea used by pre-WW2 Japan. No go military/off limits. Nihon occupied from the Gilbert to the Caroline & Northern Mariana Islands. Did that work?

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Posted in: Face mask distributer imprisoned in sex shop by yakuza for 11 hours See in context

Hiding in a sex shop is a great way to disguise yourself. Maybe a little role playing as "The Mask Mommy" to amuse the Yakuza. They might need some maternal affection during trying times to help with criminal anxiety

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Posted in: Obama, in memoir, recalls Japan's revolving-door leadership era, bowing to emperor See in context

Obama a real class act. Born in Hawaii where respect for the elderly is normal. Bowing has always been part of my behavior in Japan while visiting the "land of the rising sun" for almost 45 years. The Emperor seemed pleased to met another gentle person. A curtsy to HRM the Queen has always seemed correct why not a bow?

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Posted in: Don't move See in context

Give me the Nanny State any day of the week. People need to be reminded of certain dangers if absent minded or in a rush to nowwhere. Falling not only hurts the falling person but others below or above. Take it from me. A very kind Afro-American gentle person saved me on a near escalator fall with luggage in hand @ Penn Station. Always remind myself to be careful and respect the safety of others even if I am a foolish @ 76 !

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Posted in: Foreigners to blame for livestock theft, according to Japanese media See in context

Yes I am guilty, Every year when visiting Japan I grab farm animals. Nothing as nice as my beside the road chicken stuffed with cilantro roasted on an open fire. Carlos G actually wanted to take a cow on his escape from Tokyo, but it was too big to fit in a private jet. Killing the golden hen has always been a favorite of the political class. However never very popular with overseas bandits curently roaming the countryside looking for golden eggs to make French toast . Perhaps providing better take-away food @ 7/11 might stop these guys from ''grab a snack tactics" @ local farms in the middle of the night . Pigs ears and tails are popular items to steal among this class but not everyone eats pork . So eat everyone eat it is a pandemic and time to be kind

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Posted in: Suga reshuffles LDP leadership; likely to retain key ministers, except Kono See in context

Pity about Kono, he should have been elected PM. However being side lined comes right from the Trump play book. "Replace him with a relative" and keep him out of any future new govenment. Hope the new gang of five can produce results. Abe was a handsome international fellow who had the right guy a defense minister. Kono had the look of an old street fighter like Joe Palooka but spoke excellent English and a geat sense of humor !

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Posted in: 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' to end in 2021 See in context

Oh what a terrible loss to the world of worthless reality TV. In New England they have earned their real name "Kartrashians"; self promoting ex-sex tape stars . Hollywood has dropped to the lowest form of entertainment .They paint a terrible picture of the USA today as entitled "role models" who are sadly all about money,money

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Posted in: North Korea fires multiple cruise missiles into sea See in context

Just ignore Tubby for now. He and the Blond Bandit can take the center stage again after the health crisis is over. Kim will never give up his nukes' and Trump will never stop lying, so let's live with it. More important things to do today and the Chinese hold all the cards for now. We ignored them until it was evident they just might be a military threat with ICMB capability. Hope the Easter Bunny got through the lockdown yesterday ?

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Posted in: Guy deliberately bumping into women regrets it when he tries it on pro-wrestler See in context

Why pick on the old folks. They are having a difficult time getting around and sometimes loose their balance. However if they are those 86 year old men trolling for children in supermarkets please bump into them giving a good kick in where the sun does not shine. At age 76 about 200 lbs over 6 feet I have the advantage, but sometimes I run into people by mistake. Afro-American folks in NYC are the most forgiving but my Boston brethren are not. Never got bumped in Japan .Furthermore the expression " If you bump into him or her please say hello" might take on new meaning if we were not so busy . Love the little older ladies in Kyoto in matching hats who have a pack mentaliy when boarding buses. Usually the lead lady gets to the door first then the sharp elbow troop follows to secure seats. Younger girls might take notice to travel safely with older ladies

HAPPY ST PATRICKS DAY

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