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Posted in: Japan to create database to prevent sexual predators from babysitting See in context

egads man!Today  03:35 pm JST

All sex offenders should be registered in a database whether they're child molesters or rapists. Neighborhoods should have the right to know about these predators living among them.

I agree but I'm not sure Japan has a long enough scroll of paper.

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Posted in: Qatar 'forcibly examined' women from aircraft, drawing angry diplomatic response See in context

Surely they could've reviewed CCTV to see who used the toilet after it was last cleaned/checked.

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Posted in: Putin rejects Trump's criticism of Biden family business See in context

Trumps children and their spouses go around the globe using their position to champion business matters and causes that directly benefit the family and them personally, do they not?

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Posted in: Some helpful tips on Japanese etiquette See in context

Don’t blow your nose in public

Because it is so much better to keep snorting and hacking relentlessly trying to swallow the stuff after all.

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Posted in: GOP slowly gaining as early vote total surpasses 2016 See in context

Americans will still be bickering about left and right as China passes them by to become the global economic power. The rot has already set in whatever the outcome of this election.

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Posted in: Yakuza have their fingers in Go To Eat campaign See in context

I just directly support my local neighbourhood regular places.

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Posted in: Use of smartphones wasting more kids' time, wrecking their brains, says doctor See in context

Use of smartphones wasting more kids' time, wrecking their brains, says doctor

It ain't just the kiddos doc!

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Posted in: Why Beijing may want to keep Trump in the White House See in context

IloveCoffeeToday  06:15 pm JST

It's common knowledge both China and Russia want the dunce to remain in office.

It's common knowledge, but it's not common sense.

Because American global influence has waned so much under Trump, emboldening Chinese and Russian foreign influence. China can afford to pay the US a couple of extra billion USD in tariffs because they stand to can so much more from more powerful foreign policy.

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Posted in: Japan, Britain sign free trade deal for post-Brexit era See in context

Branston pickle is owned by Mizkan and you still can't find the bloody stuff here!

I always take it with a pinch of salt when they harp on about goods becoming cheaper with these trade deals because I doubt any reduction will be passed on to the consumer here.

I agree with Luddite, I would love to see dry British sparkling wine over here. There's some really good stuff being made that I always have when back visiting family.

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Posted in: Trump and Biden clash on pandemic, trade personal jabs at final debate See in context

yakyakToday  11:53 am JST

Biden was embarrassing bad. Also America was never friendly with Hitler. Study Joe.

Facepalm! He was being sarcastic about Trump cozying up to North Korea.

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Posted in: Trump and Biden clash on pandemic, trade personal jabs at final debate See in context

What a guy...we're with you Mr President - even if you take us over the cliff...

That says it all.....cult

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Posted in: Trump and Biden clash on pandemic, trade personal jabs at final debate See in context

That China is bad - no one should do business with them...

Unless of course you are Donald Trump, jeeez

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Posted in: Why Beijing may want to keep Trump in the White House See in context

Of course, because Donald is all mouth and no trousers.

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Posted in: JR East to bring forward last train departures on 17 lines in Tokyo See in context

I haven't taken the last train home for a while, I'm pretty much only out around my neighbourhood these days but I would imagine the last train is still at 100% capacity, it's just because it's not at 170% capacity JR aren't happy!

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Posted in: Mother arrested for murder after infant found in Okayama irrigation canal See in context

I have no words for this.

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Posted in: Tokyo temple holds funeral for personal seals See in context

SO people don't want to go to the office to stamp as it might be a covid health risk but they'll go to a funeral for their stamp......logical.....

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Posted in: Unknown group sends Democratic voters intimidating emails See in context

America is proving it's uncapable of holding a free and fair election. Bring in the monitors, how the mighty fall.

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Posted in: Fire department employee arrested for indecent behavior with minor See in context

If that 'hotel' had a staffed reception desk there's something extra wrong with this situation.

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Posted in: Japan sticks to nuclear fuel cycling program despite plutonium stockpile See in context

Gotta keep those palms greased.......

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Posted in: Student gets locked inside station in Kumamoto after the last train See in context

So he wasn't actually trapped, he had ways out that he didn't take and instead chose to flap about it online for an hour. Clever....!

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Posted in: Trump pressures Barr to investigate Bidens as election nears See in context

According to a BBC article Trump voluntarily paid $188,561 in taxes to the Chinese government. So he paid more in taxes to the government he's criticizing others for doing business with, than he did to the US treasury from what we can see......

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Posted in: No jail for parents who left daughters at home while they used COVID cash handout for hotel stay See in context

So what has actually been dished out other than a suspended sentence? Do they have to attend some kind of parenting class or what? A suspended sentence is a real let-off in this case.

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Posted in: Trump pressures Barr to investigate Bidens as election nears See in context

So according to Trump Clinton belonged in jail, he's now saying Biden belongs in jail..... so basically his opponents belong in jail? hmmmm we've seen unsavoury characters like this through history before and it never ends well.

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Posted in: Trump pressures Barr to investigate Bidens as election nears See in context

Yet more of a mockery being made of democracy by the self-proclaimed global champions of it. How many overseas wars have been waged and how many innocent lives have been lost to this monster of a country in the name of freedom and democracy and now this farce on it's own soil.

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Posted in: UK says no to more EU trade talks See in context

There's a lot of talk about Scottish independence here and Scotland will, at some point, be an independent country again. I would say the majority of Scots are now pro independence and the majority of English are still pro independence. If the rest of the Union was involved in voting at the last referendum, I'm sure Scotland would've been kicked out.

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Posted in: U.S. Supreme court rejects Republican bid to limit mail-in voting in Pennsylvania See in context

Seems to me like international monitors are needed for your tin pot election now.

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Posted in: U.S. Supreme court rejects Republican bid to limit mail-in voting in Pennsylvania See in context

There is no definitive proof of voter fraud, just Trumps hot air. He is making more moves to suppress votes and the evidence is clearer on that. It is not something new to the US, he is using the political tools the establishment has created and voter suppression is one.

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Posted in: U.S. Supreme court rejects Republican bid to limit mail-in voting in Pennsylvania See in context

The President doesn't want you to vote if he fears you won't vote for him, voter suppression is in full effect. The land of the freeeeeee!

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Posted in: Islamic State tells supporters to target Westerners, oil pipelines in Saudi Arabia See in context

The Islamic state never went away, it's just their self-declared caliphate lands were liberated. Isis is an ideology, so some douche in the Whitehouse telling you the war is won couldn't be more wrong.

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

Hmm..rules, You don't walk on zebra crossing when vehicles passing on their lights. You don't cross that road when drivers driving/turning left/right. 

You clearly don't even know the rules of that land, so jog on..

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