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Posted in: Ghibli Museum asking for donations from overseas fans to help it through hard times See in context

Why doesn't the parent company pay for this?

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Posted in: As Omicron looms, U.S. is still battling Delta wave See in context


Looks like Omicron has hit the US with little fanfare... Seems like it's no worse than Delta at this point.

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Posted in: Baldwin denies pulling trigger in 'Rust' shooting See in context

Sounds like a case of deny to deflect responsibility in court.

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Posted in: WHO criticizes travel bans on southern African countries See in context

The WHO is the IOC of health issues... Out of date and completely useless.

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Posted in: Abe supports conservative ally Takaichi as Suga's successor See in context

How about this? Let's clean out the diet of anyone who is over 65 years of age. Then replace the prime minister with someone in his 40s that actually understands what direction Japan needs to go in.

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Posted in: Man with pickaxe attacks vehicle carrying Beat Takeshi See in context

You want to enter the world of entertainment? Well congratulations you're now on the front page of the news.

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Posted in: Chinese-Canadian pop star detained on suspicion of rape See in context

Yawn.... Innocent until proven guilty.

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Posted in: 'Dragon Quest' at Olympics opening ceremony? Game theme, 'Evangelion'-connected song heard coming from stadium See in context

Well, this was accurate... They just played the Dragon Quest theme. I'm sure some Kotaku folks are gonna be mad since the original composer made some homophobic remarks in the past.

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Posted in: U.N. nuclear agency to help monitor Fukushima water release See in context

Thanks for killing our world TEPCO.

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Posted in: Suga 'humbly accepts' failure of LDP to win majority in Tokyo assembly See in context

The LDP has gotten far too comfortable in their position. All of these old fogies in power need to be held accountable and tossed in the next election. Unfortunately I don't think Japanese pay enough attention to their politics in order to make a positive change happen in their country.

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Posted in: Doctor warns holding Games could lead to 'Olympic virus' strain See in context

Profits over people.

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Posted in: Widow indicted for allegedly killing Japanese 'Don Juan' See in context

She will definitely get away with this based on the fact that the cops only have circumstantial evidence. She's doing the right thing by denying everything and keeping quiet. As long as she doesn't crack on the witness stand when they cross-examine her, she'll be walking out of there a rich woman.

Side note: I found out through another news website that she was an AV actress.

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Posted in: Nothing can stop Tokyo Olympics from going ahead: IOC's Coates See in context

Profits over people

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Posted in: Actor Esmé Bianco sues Marilyn Manson, alleging sexual abuse See in context

Let's not get ahead of ourselves here... Innocent until guilty folks.

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Posted in: Man arrested on suspicion of assaulting singer Tomomi Kahara See in context

That reporter should get some jail time to teach him a lesson. These guys need to learn they can't do this kind of stuff.

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Posted in: Watch out for terrorists See in context

What does a terrorist look like?

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Posted in: Xi's visit to Japan to take place after Nov: minister See in context

Give give Winnie the Pooh his honey pot and tell him to stay home. He's not welcome in Japan.

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Posted in: Approval rate for Abe's cabinet at 39%; lowest in 2 years: poll See in context

My wife and I are still amazed that 39% even supports him. I guess those supporters look at the alternative and go, "meh, what's worse?"

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Posted in: Ruling bloc to urge gov't to retain April start for academic year See in context

The Japanese Government is like the Samurai and stuck in their old traditional ways, while the rest of the world are becoming like Ninjas who are agile and adaptive to change.

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Posted in: Coates says Tokyo Games face 'real problems' due to COVID-19 See in context

Im so happy to see the Olympics being screwed. We don't need these events anymore.

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Posted in: 4.7 mil tweets criticize Abe plan to raise retirement age for prosecutors See in context

If they are so smart why haven't they retired already?

They don't want to be at home with their wives.

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympic organizers, IOC clash over who will pay for delay See in context

Japan isn't going to have a yen to its name after COVID-19. Good luck figuring this out.

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Posted in: Abe asks citizens to be more diligent on social distancing See in context

Abe has proven that he is not a leader. A leader makes difficult decisions by ensuring there's a quarantine or emergency act put in place which forces everyone to stay home, and close non-essential businesses. Thanks to the lack of leadership in Japan, COVID-19 is going to take many lives with people crying over their loved ones asking "why did this happen?"

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Posted in: IOC, Tokyo Olympic organizers look to cut costs ahead of 2021 Games See in context

Oh don't worry, it won't be happening at all next year either. Maybe 2022 if you try holding your breath that long.

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Posted in: Abe defends mask give-out plan; eyes budget submission next week See in context

So he double-downs on his plan, huh? Typical for a lame-duck politician.

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Posted in: Experts warn of health care collapse in Japan if virus keeps spreading See in context

The Japanese government care more about economic health than the health of its citizens.

And the sad part is, most Japanese go along with that cause they are all programmed from birth, “がんばれ!!!”


Funny that you mentioned this. My wife was saying the corporations in Japan basically dictate to the Japanese government what they can or cannot do. So basically Abe must "obey" them, since he doesn't want the economy to go down the drain any more than it has.

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Posted in: Experts warn of health care collapse in Japan if virus keeps spreading See in context

If the Japanese government weren't so concerned about the Olympics, they could have gotten ahead of the virus and implemented a plan to control the spread. Instead, the whole country will suffer.

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Posted in: Koike urges Tokyo residents to stay at home at weekend See in context

1) They were hiding the numbers to try and make the Tokyo Olympics attractive. (Not a problem now)

2) They don't want to enforce restrictions on businesses / people because they're worried about their sagging economy.

These guys need to start putting in strict laws like Canada is doing with their people by ordering them to stay home during this crisis and not go out unless they need food / gas / medical supplies.

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Posted in: Rescheduled Tokyo Olympics may be held before summer 2021: Bach See in context

And what if the virus never goes away? What then? ¯_(ツ)_/¯

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympics in 2021 will be beacon of hope, says IOC See in context

The Olympics is not life and death....COVID-19 is.

The focus should be to get the country back to normal, so they can safely host the games.

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