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Posted in: Japan may get herd immunity for COVID-19 by mid-October: study See in context

Herd immunity is a myth...

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 534 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 1,632 See in context

Whatever goes up must come down the J gov't said...

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Posted in: Universal Studios Japan in Osaka reopens on weekends for first time in 2 months See in context

These people in the picture look so poor! They must have been hit hard by the pandemic! I feel bad for the kids. Their clothes are a exact representation of Japanese society..a prison.

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Posted in: Parts of Sydney go into lockdown as Delta COVID-19 variant outbreak grows See in context

When the Delta variant spreads in Japan will they actually lock down or just ask people to stay home and thousands will go to the shrines to offer prayers

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Posted in: Is Japan's quickening vaccine drive in time for Olympics? See in context

The Japanese Gov't LOVES to place the blame on others. First they said there were no vaccines because "other" countries would not give them any. Then they blamed "logistics". Then they blamed the elderly, saying not enough people wanted the shots. Then they said there was a problem with reservation systems. And now they are blaming "young" people for the spread. WAKE UP JAPAN! YOU CHOSE TO HAVE THE OLYMPICS. No one is to blame for what happens in 29 days but yourselves. While the general population suffers, the IOC, JOC, Sponsors, NHK, Dentsu, etc will all be profting being spoon fed Grade A5 Waygu and beers at "Hostess" bars.

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympic chief anxious with one month to go until Games open See in context

@tokyolite

There's already a tracking system in place for foreigners the come into Japan to quarantine them and has been in use for months.

Just add the names of those that need to be tracked.

Are you refering to the tracking app on the phone that my co-worker had installed on his phone? The one where they also call and check on you, but he had the calls setup to forward to his other phone? That app? These "systems" are easy to beat. Let me guess you are the same person that just lets your smartphone track you and doesn't use a VPN? lol. Having worked in IT for 30 I have learned alot!

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Posted in: Japan's vaccination rollout reaches daily rate of 1 mil See in context

Japan Gov't: We are vaccinating 1 million people everyday.

Reality: The Japanese Gov't actually only vaccinated 1 million one day, only one time.

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympic chief anxious with one month to go until Games open See in context

The organizers have decided to also test tens of thousands of officials and workers for the virus and use smartphone GPS functions to manage the movements of those who are visiting from overseas, although questions about feasibility have been raised.

Who is going to be tracking these people? This is nothing but lip service. No one is going to be tracking anyone. The Japanese do not have the technology or even the man power to be able to do this. When I come, I am just going to leave my smartphone in my Hotel, and go out and about as I wish. I will then return to my home country and write several news articles on how this was a failed system. If there was a fax machine involved maybe they could figure it out...But not with any tech in 2021!

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympic chief anxious with one month to go until Games open See in context

While there are countless challenges, the roughly 11,000 athletes will be tested for the virus on a daily basis, **in principle **and interaction with others will be limited.

In Principle

Uh oh! So they really won't be testing the Athletes Daily...The truth finally comes out!

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Posted in: Japanese MotoGP canceled due to COVID See in context

But the Olympics are ok? Only cash grab events are allowed people!! No sports just for fun are allowed!

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Posted in: 19-year-old arrested over murder of sex worker at hotel also charged with attempted murder See in context

Stabbbed 70 times?!? That is a guy with some serious anger problems!!!

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Posted in: Japan to halt company applications for workplace vaccinations See in context

Oh so now the gov't is at fault? Previously everyone else under the sun was to blame..

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Posted in: 2nd Ugandan Olympic team member in Japan tests positive for COVID See in context

SHOCKING!!

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Posted in: 20-year-old man arrested for attempting to kill 5 family members See in context

I have never understood how someone can stab 5 people in a apartment. That means while one person is getting stabbed 4 others are literally just standing there! Fight for your life or die! There are many objects one can grab in a house! A chair? A table? Heck even throw a pillow...do something!...don't just stand there!!

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Posted in: Young people eager to have sex, but will post-pandemic hookups bring happiness or despair? See in context

@GW

Feelz good knowing I am in the top 20%!

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Posted in: As Japan reboots 44-year-old nuclear reactor, experts sound alarm See in context

Just keep ignoring the experts Japan....just keep ignoring

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 435 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 1,437 See in context

Imagine that! An increase!

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Posted in: Plans to sell alcohol at Olympic venues draw criticism from thirsty Tokyo residents See in context

Look people. If you are not part of the Elite attending the Olympics you have to follow the rules. If you are a pleeb who is part of the general population then you have to follow. IOC/JOC/Tokyo Supreme Leader has spoken!

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Posted in: Japanese sporting world welcomes having fans at Tokyo Olympics See in context

Are they going to FORCE the fans to cheer like the do in North Korea?

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 236 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 868 See in context

@Antiquesaving

Suga and his crew couldn't even tried their shoelaces and probably have velcro instead.

We all know they are so old they wear slip ons!

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Posted in: Man’s body left in house since Jan; wife, 2 children arrested for collecting pension See in context

@expat

I made a mistake. I was trying to say ¥5000 a month equivant, but I said AUD by mistake. lol.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 236 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 868 See in context

Japanese Gov't: 236 new cases

Reality : 23,600 new cases

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Posted in: 4 found dead in minivan in suspected group suicide in Kobe See in context

When will the gov't crack down on these group suicide websites/groups/etc that are used for this?

When you commit suicide all you are doing is hurting those around you. Suicide is a PERMANENT Solution to a temporary problem.

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympic spectator cap set at 10,000 or 50% capacity per venue See in context

Imagine living in a country trying to make a decision makes the gov't look like they are fighting their way through a wet paper bag.

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Posted in: More companies, universities begin on-site vaccinations See in context

Imagine being me and having my Vaccination almost 6 months ago! Japan has did what? 6.25% of the population?

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Posted in: Man’s body left in house since Jan; wife, 2 children arrested for collecting pension See in context

How do you know she didn't work. For several years now, if a wife divorces her husband she is entitled to 50% of all his pensions. I don't believe it's just the husband's money. It's the money of both of them. Many people consider a wife and mother at home taking care of domestic life is work. In some countries even suggestions they should be paid. Japan needs more children and someone must raise them.

Obviously she didn't work. If she did the low low pension money would not be needed. Laws need to be changed if a wife divorces and gets 50%. We have laws that stop that from happening, and America does as well. Any developed country has laws that make sense. The kids were grown up, she could easily get a full time job. Instead she prob chose to take care of her GROWN children.

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Posted in: Man’s body left in house since Jan; wife, 2 children arrested for collecting pension See in context

@Zichi

If the wife wanted money, she could have gotten a job. Gone are the days of the Japanese housewife who just collects/spends the husbands money.

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Posted in: Man’s body left in house since Jan; wife, 2 children arrested for collecting pension See in context

@Markx

If you have good life insurance, and make sure to read the find print, there will be no worries. I pay 5000 AUD a month and I am covered for 700,000 AUD. This covers all kinds of cancers, etc. I am sure there is GOOD life insurance in Japan.

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Posted in: Japanese love doll mistaken for drowned corpse; saved by emergency services anyway See in context

I guess this man got tired of her not doing as she wished! At least it was a dol and not him disposing of a real person as so many family members do in Japan.

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Posted in: Man’s body left in house since Jan; wife, 2 children arrested for collecting pension See in context

Sadly, this is very common in Japan. This is why you need life insurance! If you have life insurance and you die, your family is taken care of at least for a few years after you pass. It isn't even expensive to have!

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