Was it ever a discussion, an option?
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The most recent poll on yahoo.co.jp showed that 79.8% of the voters wanted the games cancelled (around 435000 voters).
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How much longer will the J-Gov continue with their pro-nuclear energy propaganda? Are they blind?
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Can someone explain what it means to be treated but still radioactive? Is that a way to make things sound OK, when they're not?
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Very true. I wonder what goes behind the scenes of these scouting/recruiting practices.
High school basketball has been following the same trend, with dodgy recruitment practices of African "exchange students", too.
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10 years later, TEPCO still finds ways to infuriate me about their poor management
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83 years old to 84 years old?! One step forward!
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@TokyoJoe: Agreed. On the same note, the Olympics will be cancelled for good once athletes, medical staff and/or volunteers will decide not to take part in the games. That will seal the deal.
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This state of emergency is turning into a big farce
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I usually don't like the Nike bravado, but this ad touches on issues that need to be addressed in Japan. Good on them, for once
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