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Posted in: Obama among international dignitaries expected at Abe state funeral See in context

Mr. Trump's passport may have been seized in a raid at his residence this week.

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Posted in: Myanmar ambassador to China dies; 4th envoy to die in China this past year See in context

Health care in China has always been third world quality. Add a pandemic to the poor quality health care and that makes it a dangerous place to visit for anyone.

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Posted in: China extends military exercises around Taiwan See in context

Maybe China was unable to complete the exercise in the time frame because of the hot weather. They need to fire the commander for failing to do it on time.

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Posted in: China extends military exercises around Taiwan See in context

China lied about the "exercises" already because they said it would end Sunday.

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Posted in: IOC chief Bach reflects on Tokyo Olympics one year later See in context

Covid was not fair to Japan's tourism. And yet Japan's tourism industry will thrive.

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Posted in: China threatens 'strong measures' if Pelosi visits Taiwan See in context

Nancy Pelosi is 165 cm tall and in feet inches, her height is 5' 5”. Her weight is approximately 60 kg or 132 lbs. She is an 82 year old woman and China is intimidated by her.

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Posted in: U.S., allies aim to cap Russian oil prices to hinder invasion See in context

It sounds so simple. I hope it works.

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Posted in: 73-year-old woman drowns while scuba diving off Mie coast See in context

Keeping track of snorkelers is easy for one person on the boat. Not so for scuba.

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Posted in: Unification Church says Abe shooter's mother is follower See in context

"Unification Church business interests, which had begun in the 1960s, expanded in the 1980s, 1990s, and 2000s (decade). Church owned businesses in the United States include media and entertainment, fishing and sea food distribution, hotels and real estate, and many others."

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Posted in: Unification Church says Abe shooter's mother is follower See in context

A recruiter approached me when I was a college freshman in the business district near campus. Again decades later another recruiter outside the airport at Incheon. Both were very nice and difficult to say no. Fortunately I was aware of the organization and its reputation.

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Posted in: Fresh COVID outbreaks put millions under lockdown in China See in context

China still hasn't distributed mRNA vaccines. Does anyone doubt that the top level party members have had several doses themselves?

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Posted in: Hacker claims major Chinese citizens' data theft See in context

You cannot swing a cat in China without hitting someone from the Ministry of Security.

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Posted in: Australian state outlaws public displays of Nazi swastikas See in context

The symbol has become widely used to instill fear and hate.

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Posted in: N Korea deploys national medical teams to battle intestinal epidemic See in context

Priorities.  "Kim Jong-un Net Worth is $5 billion."

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Posted in: Japanese man, 83, becomes oldest to sail nonstop solo across Pacific See in context

How wonderful he had a chance to do it again. Of course, the first time the technology available today was missing, and the man will be the first to tell us about that.

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Posted in: Beijing loyalist John Lee elected as Hong Kong's next leader See in context

It isn't an election when 1,500 unelected representatives are deciding the vote.

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Posted in: Kim warns N Korea could preemptively use nuclear weapons See in context

A sick fantasy. If he really did it he would have to stay in a bunker for the rest of his days, if a week. And his army? They will have to come out of their bunkers to continue fighting if any are left to fight. Of course they will be irradiated.

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Posted in: Chinese man gets Japan's 1st skilled worker visa with no time limit See in context

Most applicants will already be working with temporary visas. Otherwise the language proficiency would be difficult but not impossible. https://www.ssw.go.jp/en/about/sswv/

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Posted in: Woman who left Japan using dead mother's passport charged with her murder See in context

Maybe she thought she could make her mother disappear in UK by creating a travel record. If she was on the run it wouldn't make sense to be using the victim's passport.

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Posted in: Man arrested after dropping bowling ball from 4th floor of apartment building See in context

It wouldn't likely hit a specific target, not without doing the math and having accurate measurements of when and where the target would be. 54 year old behaving like a college idiot? Maybe. Or maybe attempted murder.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 8,540 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 55,294 See in context

Every time I red the number I have to ask "Is that good or bad?" It looks like Japan has done a very good job of handling the pandemic. Congratulations on keeping the numbers down.

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Posted in: China's security deal with Solomons raises alarm in Pacific See in context

China's money is welcome in the Middle East, big surprise. The CCP still are ethnic cleansing Uighurs at home. They would do it in the Middle East, too. Sorry about the uprising in the Solomon Islands, but maybe they need to address the fact that the PRC is the problem, not the solution.

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Posted in: Miami’s crypto craze on full display at bitcoin conference See in context

A "Get Rich Quick" convention Miami. Crypto has too many criminals using it for me to get involved. There are lots of wealthy people, sure, and they don't mind the risk when someone else gets hurt.

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Posted in: Thousands flee after Philippine volcano erupts See in context

You have to look it on a map. The volcano is a lake with an island. The lake is the volcano is also on an island in a freshwater lake on a Philippine island. https://www.google.com/maps/place/Taal+Volcano/@14.0057372,120.978403,12284m/data=!3m1!1e3!4m5!3m4!1s0x33bd738d30c66c4f:0x749396e27e5f3873!8m2!3d14.0112531!4d120.9976909

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Posted in: 40% of Taiwanese believe Japan will help them if China invades: poll See in context

Taiwan is more valuable without destroying.it in a war. Putin didn't understand that with Ukraine.

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Posted in: Putin going to G20 in Bali summit 'a step too far': Australian PM See in context

I agree with ClippetyClop. The G20 is for the top 20 economic leaders to meet. The ruble is worth less than $0.01 because of sanctions, down from 84 rubles to the dollar. Whatever the criteria is to be in the top 20, Putin is quickly pushing Russia the other direction.

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Posted in: Dozens of whales die in New Zealand mass stranding See in context

I always get in trouble when I talk about whales. "Swipe left" I always say.

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Posted in: 'Stop this war': Arnold Schwarzenegger to Putin See in context

Skynet has become self-aware. https://twitter.com/Schwarzenegger/status/1504426844199669762?cxt=HHwWhMCq8c6P5uApAAAA

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Posted in: Sri Lankan family sues gov't over immigration detention death See in context

If Sri Lanka is unsafe for her to return, then should not Sri Lanka have to pay for her expenses until Sri Lanka is safe for her to return home?  It is sad that the immigration officials failed, but so did Sri Lanka and the government of Sri Lanka should have to pay their share.

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Posted in: Japan considering sanctions on Belarus over its support for Russian invasion of Ukraine See in context

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Lukashenko stated that concerns about the pandemic were a "frenzy and a psychosis" and that working the tractors, drinking vodka and going to saunas could prevent people from infection from the virus. "People are working in tractors. No one is talking about the virus", Lukashenko said on 16 March 2020. "There, the tractor will heal everyone. The fields heal everyone". He also said: "I don’t drink, but recently I’ve been saying that people should not only wash their hands with vodka, but also poison the virus with it. You should drink the equivalent of 40–50 milliliters of rectified spirit daily", but he advised against doing so while at work.[166][167] By early May, Belarus was reported to have 15,000 diagnosed cases, one of the highest per capita rates of infection in Eastern Europe.[168]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_Lukashenko#Domestic_policy

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