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Posted in: Okinawa closes schools as COVID-19 infections spread See in context

Those Japanese who came on vacation during GW should be fined to pay for all the loss Okinawa is now now experiencing, that might, just might, see selfish acts and thinking stop. GW travel brought about this in Okinawa.

@1glenn. You are off by a couple of factors of ten in regards to Okinawa's population.

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Posted in: Okinawa to be placed under state of emergency until June 20 See in context

All those selfish idiots bringing themselves and it over GW. Hope they have a really good think about how selfish they were. STAY HOME. Maybe write it in Japanese, then they'll understand!

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Posted in: What are some practical ways that the Japanese government could speed up the coronavirus vaccination process? See in context

It doesn't matter what is suggested here, the teeth sucking will continue, the vested interests will be protected and the money will go to the hands that are always out under the table.

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Posted in: Mississippi becomes first U.S. state to ban transgender athletes from women's sports See in context

Have a transgender games and that'd be fine.

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Posted in: What's behind Hong Kong election law changes See in context

Totalitarianism. That's what. An insecure populace awash in the apparatus of a police state. The PRC is nightmarish, dangerous and needs keeping in place.


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Posted in: New Zealanders return to homes after 3 quakes trigger small tsunami waves See in context

Nearly 10 years to the day since the Christchurch earthquake, one that preceded the Great Eastern Japan Earthquake. Stay safe. Always be ready to GAG: Grab and Go.

There's every reason to believe we are now entering a more seismic active epoch of the this planet's passing through time, that we've established ourselves as a species through relative calm and that normal service -- in terms of the planet's history -- is returning.

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Posted in: Power outage disrupts train services in Tokyo area See in context

@Zichi you’re well off there. Electrification systems used by the JR Group are 1,500 V DC and 20 kV AC for conventional lines, and 25 kV AC for Shinkansen. Electrification with 600 V DC and 750 V DC are also seen in private lines. Frequency of AC power supply is 50 Hz in eastern Japan and 60 Hz in western Japan.

@Sandybeach: Birds tend not be grounded. So the electricity stays “in" the wire,

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Posted in: New COVID cluster in Melbourne grows to 11 cases See in context

Again, through a quarantine hotel? Get a protocol established that WORKS.

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Posted in: Japanese scientists to study source of high heat on asteroid See in context

It can not be a "soil sample, it is a dust sample. Soil, by definition, contains, minerals, soil organic matter, living organisms, gas, and water.

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Posted in: New coronavirus cases in Tokyo soar to 2,447; nationwide tally 7,570 See in context

Japan has one of the lowest test levels in the G12. Very poor. Plus, you have to pay!

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Posted in: New coronavirus cases in Tokyo soar to 2,447; nationwide tally 7,570 See in context

Such LOW number of tests coming back with that number of positives? JHC.

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Posted in: China's internet erupts in mirth over U.S. Capitol chaos See in context

At least they didn't get run over by tanks.

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Posted in: Japan concerned about U.S. Capitol breach: Kato See in context

It's not 1812, when the British did a proper job on The Capitol, so, the terrorists will be controlled and sent packing. Questions must be asked of why, intentionally by the look of it, security was so unprepared, so lack when it was obvious this was going to come to the fore. Homeland Security chief is off in the ME on a farewell tour... Speaks volumes. Imagine if the insurgents had been black? They'd have all been shot. Dead.

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Posted in: 4 dead after Trump supporters storm U.S. Capitol, forcing Senate to evacuate See in context

4 more deaths on Trumps hands, added to the C19 total. Invoke the 25th, now!

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Posted in: Here we go again: What to expect as Georgia counts votes See in context

Yes, here we go again with a Democrat win. A win for the many, not the few. A win for a future based in truth, the law and improving equality. The GOP are geriatric, odd, poisonous. They’ve eaten themselves through Trumpism.

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Posted in: Supreme Court rejects Texas lawsuit and Trump bid to overturn election loss See in context

Granted NO relief. It is Over. Senate to the Democrates next. Thanks!

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Posted in: Japan's economy grows 22.9% in 3rd quarter, bouncing back from COVID See in context

“Grows”? Nope.

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Posted in: Pearl Harbor dead remembered in ceremony curtailed by pandemic See in context

In short, be careful who you wake up!

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Posted in: Pearl Harbor dead remembered in ceremony curtailed by pandemic See in context

What a lot of people don’t realise is that at during the 30s and 40s the US really wasn’t interested in war, truly, the majority were very much into being isolationist, they’d learnt what the Old World was during WWI. There was a saying along the lines of, "England will fight until Americas’s last man”. Then Pearl Harbour. That galvanised the nation and rightly saw a massive effort to fight back, the Doolittle raid (Aptly named) was the start of it. The Pacific theater was America’s war for sure, fought on a shoestring at first as Churchill had convinced FDR that Hitler needed sorting out first, he was right, but that put the Pacific forces in extra danger, no equipment, no support, BUT the US got on with it. An amazing sacrifice really, not comparable to Russia’s in terms of deaths, but certainly in effort, determination and focus.

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Posted in: Trump assails vote integrity while urging turnout in Georgia See in context

As the misanthrope steals money from the fan base to the tune of 200 million US dollars (That’s how much the devotees have given) Nero comes to mind. Once it strikes noon and President Biden comes into office, the orange now -- if not arrested -- will start to run Magaistan from Florida against the elected govt in Washington DC. It needs to be stopped. The very fabric of the Constitution is being torn.

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Posted in: 15 Asia-Pacific countries form world's largest free trade bloc in boost for China See in context

The US, once President Elect Biden is inaugurated, and with the Senate 50-50 and VP Harris to carry the vote for the Democrats, will be joining this free trade bloc very soon. Can’t wait!

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Posted in: World leaders hope for fresh start after Biden win See in context

It is over. Biden won. Move on. The SENATE NEXT Thank you.

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Posted in: Biden to launch COVID-19 task force; Trump plans rallies to protest election See in context

Here we go again the GOP leave everything wreaked and in a complete state of chaos, the Democrats sort it out... Hurray that the GOP hive is shrinking daily. May they NEVER regain the apparatus of govt on a Federal level. Absolutely shambles, EVERY time!

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Posted in: What next for Trump? Golf, Twitter and maybe another run? See in context

What’s next? There’s absolutely every chance he’ll be going to prison. They’ll call him “Camouflage” in the Big House. It’s easier to be parent/guardian today, because telling the truth MATTERS! Because being good MATTERS!

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Posted in: Biden calls for healing in appeal to Trump voters See in context

This is such a pivotal moment, a point in time that may well just save the planet’s ecosystem from catastrophe. Joe Biden has a vision to transition from a carbon economy, to rejoin the international community, and address the existential threat to life as it is known on Earth, where the Amazon Rainforest is burning, where there is no ice forming in the Artic, where Siberia is melting and where animals such as the African elephant, the Polar bear, the rhino species -- that exist no where else in the Universe -- are threatened with extinction. Hope. It’s always a light in the dark. Always a beacon to steer by.

Bye Donald Trump. The craziest four years of my lifetime. Here’s to the other populists, wannabe bully boys and general “mini-me" days being drawn down to zero.

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Posted in: Japan to make special allowance for entry of athletes before Olympics See in context

Long term resident? Have family? Own a business? Employ people? Pay your taxes? NO come in.

Athlete for our White Elephant? Got cash to splash? Welcome.

Sickening treatment of PEOPLE!

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Posted in: Trump chief of staff Meadows diagnosed with COVID-19 See in context


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Posted in: Trump backers converge on vote centers in Michigan, Arizona See in context

PLUS, remember -- and learn if you didn’t know -- the POTUS is not actually elected until mid-December when the Electoral College meets.

That Senate is OPEN to going 50-50 then with the NEW VP? Ohhh yes. Sweet Georgia.

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Posted in: Trump backers converge on vote centers in Michigan, Arizona See in context

These "long counts" are another kind of voter suppression, the product of rules imposed in those states by Republican-controlled legislatures that in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania allowed for no early processing of the mail-in vote – despite the pandemic – and in Michigan allowed for only one day of early processing. Everyone saw this problem coming. They also saw how Trump would attempt to take advantage of the uncertainty by stealing the election, which he is, although the effort, as historically dangerous and destructive as it is, does not look particularly brilliant. 

Elections officials from both parties in the states in question pleaded with the Republican legislatures for more time to process votes early, as they do in other states with Republican-controlled legislatures such as Ohio, Florida and yes, Arizona, where the race happens to have been truly close. BUT Georgia is on my mind, a real chance of getting those 2 Senate seats. Beautiful.

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Posted in: Trump backers converge on vote centers in Michigan, Arizona See in context

Georgia: Democrats still have a chance of coming away with 50 senate seats.

The election sis not finsihed until all votes are counted. PA has until Friday, tomorrow. THAT IS THE LAW.

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