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Posted in: If and when a coronavirus vaccine is developed, how long do you think it would take to administer it to everyone in the world? How would it be done? See in context

We need a Bond villain to develop a series of missiles or satellites to get it to everyone pronto.  Does it need to be administered to everyone in the world?

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Posted in: Those who have been teleworking have shown a big change in their mind-sets. We see this as an opportunity to solve the issue of population concentration in Tokyo and hope to introduce measures to promote that. See in context

Time to buy an akiya and move to the beautiful countryside.

I am sure all the big corporates will be massively supportive of their staff doing the same......

Or maybe not.

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Posted in: SoftBank to repurchase ¥200 bil of corporate bonds See in context

He did 2 good deals and a ton of bad ones.  Buying back debt when rates are effectively zero feels a little dumb to me.

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Posted in: New York's Broadway closed until at least January See in context

Tragic.

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Posted in: Trump defends John Wayne legacy over airport 'racism' row See in context

Hence the " " around traditional......

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Posted in: UK judge says Depp broke court order in Sun libel case See in context

They deserve each other.

Maybe Amber Heard International can replace the racist and awful John Wayne International.

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Posted in: High court says Twitter need not delete tweets on man's arrest history See in context

Twitter is a den of evil.

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Posted in: Trump defends John Wayne legacy over airport 'racism' row See in context

Bill Cosby International?  Jonny Depp International?

He certainly held some "traditional" views on race back in the day.  But saying he was awful because of his LGBT (was there even a T at that time?) views is a bit silly.  He would have been a law abiding citizen if he held those views when same sex was illegal....

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Posted in: 'That '70s Show' actor Masterson charged with multiple rapes See in context

Life imitates art.  He thought he was LIVING in the 70's and not just acting as if he was.

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Posted in: Man arrested for trying to molest baby boy mistaken for girl See in context

His excuse is priceless.  although it might get him a bit if leniency from a judge....

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Posted in: Another new coronavirus case in New Zealand rattles public confidence See in context

Indeed.  another 3 cases caused by foreigners and the mask slips.  Jacinda incompetent like all other politicians.  Shut the whole country down until year end,.  Ban foreigners.

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Posted in: After 100-day wait, English soccer returns and takes a knee See in context

Football is indeed massively racist. Black players few and far between. Black players get paid peanuts. 

Fans are all overtly racist. Even referees discriminate against black players.

Taking a knee is a major step to fixing this and eradicating the blatant racism in the sport.

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Posted in: Bolton says Trump pleaded with China to help him get reelected See in context

More nonsense from another disaffected reject. Bolton has always been a loon and this is just him trying to make some money from his stint with Trump.

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Posted in: A one-size fits all approach where Western countries create guidelines on containing infectious diseases -- with the Who (World Health Organization) acting as the intermediary -- no longer makes sense. See in context

Hmmmm.....  As far as I can tell the accepoted way of dealing with the virus was set out in China.  total LOCKDOWN.

Virusrex - exactly what scientific data are you referring to that shows that the current playbook has worked?

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Posted in: Tokyo confirms 48 new coronavirus infections See in context

Still a tiny number.  and number of deaths is more relevant anyway.

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Posted in: Japan hasn't decided to ease entry ban, foreign minister says See in context

Lockdown has been excessive and the travel ban needs to be looked at urgently.

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Posted in: Beijing locks areas down as new virus outbreak gathers pace See in context

There is now significant evidence that lockdowns do little to assist in managing the virus.  Lets hope that the rest of the world doesn't once again follow the example of China should a "second wave occur.

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Posted in: Floyd’s death hastens shift in police pop culture portrayals See in context

Not great article.  What about Colombo?  Kojak?  Miami Vice?

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Posted in: Face masks, health checks and long check-ins: the future of flying See in context

Make flying even more miserable. Great.

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Posted in: New Zealand city removes statue of its 'murderous' namesake See in context

Time to rename Washington. And a ton of,other US cities

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Posted in: Japan drifts back to money printing to battle pandemic See in context

Silly headline. They have never stopped printing to - in their view - keep the economy going. It will end badly.

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Posted in: JK Rowling responds to critics over her transgender comments See in context

She should self identify as male now. That will show them.

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Posted in: China's companies emerge as global donors in virus pandemic See in context

Empty gestures.

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Posted in: Trump reiterates demands for NFL players to stand during national anthem See in context

More empty gestures that achieve nothing.  These vastly overpaid people have little or nothing in common with people who really suffer racism or economic discriminations.  Especially Kaepernick, who was basically raised in a white middle class environment.

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Posted in: Have you ever been stopped by Japanese police, and if so, what for? See in context

Twice for speeding.  Once for other minor traffic offence.  Once for just being me.

Painful, like all interactions with cops anywhere in the world.  But not unduly so.

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Posted in: Gov't submits to Diet record extra ¥31.91 tril budget for virus relief See in context

Just what Japan needs.  more borrowing, more money printing, more pork.  A once proud nation flushing itself down the toilet.

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Posted in: N Korea says it will cut communication channels with South See in context

I love the reaction to my (obviously) sarcastic post above.

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Posted in: Getting a tan See in context

This is a beach?

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Posted in: Thousands pay tribute to George Floyd as pressure mounts for U.S. police reform See in context

All the fuss.  Let Minneapolis get rid of their cops and create a "community" force and see how the experiment works.  If it is a resounding success, then we will know.

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Posted in: N Korea says it will cut communication channels with South See in context

That is a huge loss to the South and will teach them a costly lesson.

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