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Posted in: Saitama police chief arrested for stealing rolls of toilet paper See in context

In trying to prevent a stain on his uniform, he left a stain on the uniform.

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Posted in: American arrested on suspicion of smuggling cannabis oil See in context

He was obviously going to sell it for a profit. Whatever opinion you have on prohibition, he was looking to make money on the very fact that it is prohibited.

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Posted in: U.S. gov't finds no evidence aerial sightings were alien spacecraft: New York Times See in context

Someone hasn't figured out how to 'bypass' (hack) them, by say folding space or something along those lines

If we want to go sci-fi, I like the idea of future humans using advanced technology to view the past. While not exactly time travel, such a device might be noticed at the other end, too.

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Posted in: U.S. gov't finds no evidence aerial sightings were alien spacecraft: New York Times See in context

Regarding the inventor of the military patent posted above, "His patent applications on behalf of his employers have attracted international attention for their potential military and energy-producing applications, but also doubt about their feasibility[citation needed], and speculation that they may be misinformation intended to mislead the United States' adversaries.

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Posted in: U.S. gov't finds no evidence aerial sightings were alien spacecraft: New York Times See in context

Extreme temperature are perfect conditions for optical illusions. Mirages in the desert are well known. Lesser known are cold temperature ones, like was recently captured in a photo showing an entire ship that appeared to be floating high in the air off the coast of Britain. Well guess what? The air temperature outside the jet aircraft is extremely cold, too.

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Posted in: 23-year-old police officer arrested on suspicion of stealing luxury watches See in context

23 years old. That is so young to throw away a career in law enforcement. Good luck finding anything else.

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Posted in: UK reports zero daily COVID deaths for the first time since July See in context

They are still seeing a large number of infections. The vaccine is preventing deaths and hospitalizations. I didn't hesitate to get it, but I have to admit that my arm was more sore than I expected after the second jab, and I may have had a fever. A day of that is better than paying for a hospital stay.,

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Posted in: Mass vaccinations in Tokyo, Osaka get into full swing; Kobe opens large center See in context

They need to triple the number of centers.

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Posted in: Former emperor, empress get COVID vaccinations See in context

I would have expected that they would have received it many weeks, months, ago. It helps others to know they are doing it as well.

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Posted in: Japan's vaccine push ahead of Olympics looks to be too late See in context

My local health department did not communicate very well with us here in the States, but people were able to figure it out through word of mouth. Or in my case, I e-mailed and telephoned with live people because the automated system was a mess.

Get aggressive about it. They are supposed to have the vaccine waiting for you, but they really do not care. You have to fight for it.

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Posted in: Millions of U.S. vaccine doses sitting unused, putting 2020 goal in doubt See in context

Trump should have abdicated the Porcelain Throne a long time ago.

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Posted in: Biden officially secures enough electors to become president See in context


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Posted in: Biden officially secures enough electors to become president See in context

And essay from a retired journalist who worked in the State of Pennsylvannia: https://nationalzero_com/2020/12/04/why-pennsylvania-republicans-attempt-to-have-congress-not-accept-their-electoral-college-delegation-is-meaningless/S

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Posted in: Holly Hunter suits up as U.S. prosecutor in 'The Comey Rule' See in context

Trump didn't even get a part in the show. Home Alone 2 will always be the role Donald Trump is best remembered.

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Posted in: Pompeo: China uses disinformation to split Europe, U.S. See in context

For the entire time Trump has been president, he has been saying Europe does not pay its NATO bill, that Europe owes billions to NATO. There are no dues or payments by countries to NATO, and Trump is lying about it for his entire career as a politician, because it is Trump who is trying to divide America from NATO, and every other ally. The fact that it is the same policy as Russian Army intelligence may be coincidental, but it is definitely the same policy.

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Posted in: Judge weighs bid to stop release of John Bolton's book See in context

If Bolton's book really has classified material, and it has already been sent out and read by people with no clearance or need to know, then there would be an arrest instead of a lawsuit. Yes, someone is lying, and probably enough blame for both sides. The classified material allegation is clearly fake, though.

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Posted in: Australia plans university fees hike to deter humanities students See in context

Pretty sure maths teaches imaginary numbers, too.

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Posted in: Trump turns virus conversation into 'US vs THEM' debate See in context

Science against the virus. Which side is your president on?

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Posted in: Flying bubble makers could save world from starvation See in context

Let's hope the idea bears fruit.

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Posted in: Kyoto woman arrested for stealing cat from pet shop; offers strange justification to police See in context

The cat isn't saying. Or maybe no Norwegian translator was available.

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

Two briefings a week? High School cheerleaders show more dedication to their work.

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Posted in: Fox News removes altered photos of Seattle protest zone See in context

Fox knew this would be exposed. They are trying to play nice with the Donald because he is interested in OANN now.

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Posted in: Tokyo ranked 3rd most expensive city in world for expats See in context

Ashgabat ? No thank you.

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Posted in: Trudeau: Police video of aboriginal chief arrest shocking See in context

They used to teach police to expect video recordings of themselves making arrests. Somehow that message is making them think that is a good thing to be seen going bad.

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Posted in: Facebook fires employee who protested inaction on Trump posts See in context

Best to avoid politics at the office. If I had that job at Facebook I would have my resume out to every other tech company possible, though.

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Posted in: Trump says chokeholds by police should generally 'be ended' See in context

“I think the concept of chokeholds sounds so innocent, so perfect." A random insect is inhabiting that president's speech center.

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Posted in: Lawyer for Biden accuser Tara Reade drops her as a client See in context

She turned pro-Putin in 2018 and posted a blog about it. Read it and decide for yourself what motivates her. https://web.archive.org/web/20190404043945/https://medium.com/@shewrites94/why-a-liberal-democrat-supports-vladimir-putin-f54ca2a3a405

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Posted in: Singapore disinfecting robot trialled in virus fight See in context

I hope it works. Because I want one that will cook my breakfast while I stay in bed.

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Posted in: Abe backs WHO on coronavirus See in context

Since they have to choose sides, the Donald picked the virus.

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Posted in: 'LIBERATE!': Trump pushes states to lift virus restrictions See in context

The Donald is siding with the virus.

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