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Posted in: Journalist ponders meaning of Japan's (currently) low coronavirus infection numbers See in context

@Kurt Galle, Do you honestly think westerners wash twice a week?

Perhaps you do but I don’t know anyone else that does.

I regularly see people walk straight past the hand basin after using the toilet in stations and large office buildings.

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Posted in: Japan urges compromise with U.S. to spur TPP trade pact See in context

TPP was started by New Zealand but taken over by the U.S, I am sure that we never intended to negotiate and warp the playing field based on two countries self interests. TPP should be concluded without Japan and the U.S as intended.

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Posted in: New Chinese video game lets players retake disputed islands See in context

Activision teamed up with Tencent (Chinese game maker), I wonder if the next call of duty with have a Chinese twist?

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Posted in: How to prevent your child from causing bicycle accidents that can get you sued See in context

How about the people who ride on the wrong side of the road against on coming traffic in rush hour and disobey all rules of the road, then if you hit them with your car they put their hand out.

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Posted in: Abe to become Japan's 7th PM in 6 years after landslide LDP win See in context

Was in Ginza yesterday and it was mobbed, never would have known it was election day. People were more interested in buying their new heat tech gear from Uniqlo.

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Posted in: TEPCO admits to shady hiring practices at Fukushima nuclear plant See in context

Well... This has been going on for years, check out the documentary "Nuclear Ginza" on Youtube. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CNq0qyQJ5xs

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Posted in: Syrian prime minister defects to opposition, accusing Assad of genocide See in context

What a clown, he ran and didn't do a thing. How about putting a bullet in the back of Assads head and maybe making a difference. Spare us this crap f his great escape.

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Posted in: High levels of cesium found in tanks at 18 Yokohama schools See in context

It becoming maddening this constant discovery of radioactive materials, when will the sheep rise up.

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