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Posted in: Square frying pans easy to store and save space See in context

Not much info except for the shape-I’m left looking for answers..

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Posted in: First-ever treaty to ban nuclear weapons enters into force See in context

The world does not need weapons that can exterminate millions and poison the earth for years to come!

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Posted in: Suga says Japan will not join U.N. treaty banning nuclear weapons See in context

What is the need for possession of a WMD?

There isn’t, except for the insane...

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Posted in: Woman infected with coronavirus commits suicide at Tokyo home See in context

"It is a truly regrettable incident. I realize how important it is to provide care for the mental health of patients," Tokyo Gov Yuriko Koike told reporters.

Yuriko, let’s get testing up and running for free and without having to wait hours.

Anonymous testing without the stigma of having others contacted, without making people feel like pariahs would allow people to shed a lot of anxiety.

I imagine getting a test while asymptomatic in Japan is almost impossible-it should not be so!

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Posted in: Go To Travel push linked to surge in COVID-19 infections: study See in context

The study found the incidence of travel-associated COVID-19 cases during the campaign was around three times greater than the control period of one month prior to its kick-off.

Who would have thought that the greater incidence of elderly travelers would give rise to trebling infections?

Unbelievable!

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Posted in: Pandemic raises Japan's suicide rate after decade of decline See in context

Many people are suffering financially with little help from the government.

With the socialization that is given at school to be genki and smile,without being given the opportunity to give voice to concerns and fears, is it really any wonder that suicide rates increase?

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Posted in: Suga says Japan will not join U.N. treaty banning nuclear weapons See in context

Why should one person decide the date of millions of people?

Have a referendum on the matter, and let the Japanese people decide...

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Posted in: Cabinet OKs bills to penalize people who do not comply with antivirus measures See in context

Go home and quarantine and no money comes in the door...no food means a couple of kgs off the midsection-win win, right?

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Posted in: IOC chief Bach says there is no plan B for Tokyo Olympics See in context

"You may not like it but sacrifices will be needed. This is why I'm saying, safety first, and no taboo in the discussion to ensure safety," the IOC president said.

Did Bach ask the virus?

I know someone dealing with the infection right now, too scared to go to the hospital, in case a positive test result is found!

That’s a taboo that Bach should know about...

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Posted in: Japan says no truth to Times report on canceling Tokyo Olympics See in context

There won’t be an Olympics this year...nuff said.

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Posted in: Japan says no truth to Times report on canceling Tokyo Olympics See in context

It was obvious 6 months ago but it is hard to pull ones snout out of the trough when the flow of feed is continuous...

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Posted in: Man who refused to wear mask on Peach plane in Sept arrested See in context

I have been on hundreds of flights without assaulting the staff- this guy was a ****

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Posted in: Tokyo District Court upholds ban on dual citizenship See in context

The government argued there was no national interest in permitting multiple citizenships, Kyodo news agency reported.

Japan is still stuck in the 18th century groove...

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Posted in: Japan secures extra Pfizer vaccine doses; Feb 15 approval expected See in context

The Pfizer vaccine has been shown to cause complications in older people ie death-older people should be wary of this one.

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Posted in: Kono denies reports of mass vaccine roll-out for general public in May See in context

I’ll be getting the Astra Zeneca vaccine back in the UK this year-the mRNA vaccines are not my cup of tea

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Posted in: Japan eyes use of robots to boost COVID-19 testing See in context

It would be a great idea if Japan was actually serious about testing, wouldn’t it?

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Posted in: Panel: China, WHO should have acted quicker to stop pandemic See in context

> “As the first country to sound the global alarm against the epidemic, China made immediate and decisive decisions,” she said, pointing out that Wuhan — where the first human cases were identified — was locked down within three weeks of the outbreak starting.

Hua Chunying is just a mouthpiece of the CCP , reading from a prepared script.

China continued to allow its citizens full access to international flights despite knowing the virus was virulent and spreading.

Chinese travelers were also boasting on social media of taking fever suppressing drugs to get on international flights-they knew alright....

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Posted in: Pandemic reveals hidden poverty in wealthy Japan See in context

Yet the government can pass trillion yen budgets that would be able to take care of the impoverished?

The system never allows it to!

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Posted in: Heavy snow causes 130-vehicle pile-up on Tohoku Expressway; one dead, 17 injured See in context

The highway should have closed down or vehicles reduced with strict speed limits.

Japanese drivers follow too closely on the highways here with little regard for safe stopping distances at the best of times..

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Posted in: Last trains in Tokyo area to leave earlier from Wed night to help stem virus surge See in context

The trains were obviously becoming less crowded so one way to get profits up and cram them (as usual) is to reduce the number of trains...

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Posted in: Man charged with abusing pet cat after film footage found on tablet See in context

Pretty disgusting...

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Posted in: Woman arrested after not paying taxi fare from Yokohama to Tottori See in context

Stupid taxi driver must have known that the woman was mentally incapacitated...

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Posted in: Japan's 1st unlicensed tuk-tuk taxi case referred to prosecutors See in context

Great to see the J-Cops making Japan safe!

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Posted in: 3 women arrested for operating massage parlor offering sex services See in context

Trying to earn a yen in a pandemic...

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 1,433 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 5,871 See in context

As science is a constantly evolving discipline it can be seen that theories and practices change and are replaced over time.

Immediately intimating that posters’ are writing ‘nonsense’ or being ‘conspiratorial’ just shows an innate ability to think outside the box.

Not so long ago virusrex was stating that viral side effects were not an issue-hundreds of people are now dead!

People have received these new vaccines, died and nobody (least of all virusrex) knows why...

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Posted in: Aso vows to revive virus-hit economy, promote structural reforms See in context

As one of the best ear cleaning politicians in the whole of Japan (on live TV) then I say we keep him for his scintillating performances

(just by the window, though)

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Posted in: Kono to handle coordination of coronavirus vaccinations See in context

What vaccines have been delivered to Japan?

Where are the vaccination centres going to be for millions of people?

Has Taro Kono been assigned thousands of workers in order to get this done over the whole of Japan?

The hospitals in Japan do not have the ability to do large scale vaccinations and many hospitals will refuse to do so as the owners fear viral spread!

I do not see much ability to get anything done before April.

Well, at least the Olympic stadiums in Tokyo will have a useful purpose this year...

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Posted in: World facing 'catastrophic' moral failure on vaccines: WHO chief See in context

If the WHO had been efficient and effective at the start of the pandemic then infections would be much lower.

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Posted in: Japan to study cases of people infected after coronavirus vaccination See in context

Under the law on infectious diseases in Japan, doctors are obligated to inform public health centers of the names of infected people and their symptoms.

A friend of mine; loss of appetite, cough, elevated temp, with a history of nightlife, didn’t get tested.

Taking two weeks off his scarce work and the stigma coupled with the reporting, led him to continue his lifestyle as usual.

How many others are doing the same?

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Posted in: Japan finds COVID-19 variant in 3 people with no record of travel to UK See in context

Could it be that the Corona virus is mutating in Japan?

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