Logical_Fallacy_Killer comments

Posted in: Sony’s wearable air conditioners selling like cold cakes in heat-stricken Japan See in context

It has 17% 1 star reviews on amazon. The main issues are the neck strap is sold separately and the unit produces heat like a hot mobile phone. The last issue is the battery life seems to be a bit exaggerated according to the reviews. I like the idea but it looks like the tech isn't really there yet.

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Posted in: Ferdinand Marcos Jr sworn in as Philippine president See in context

What could possibly go wrong?

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Posted in: BTS break sparks debate on activism, military exemptions See in context


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Posted in: Mayweather to face MMA fighter in Japan exhibition See in context

Don't care.

Fight someone your own level, Mayweather. No one would care if I took on Lebron in a basketballs game. So no one cares if you box non-boxers.

What's next Mayweather Vs The Waiter at Royal Host?

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Posted in: Ex-Tokyo Olympics chief Mori displeased at backlash over sexist remarks See in context

Mori is an old dinosaur. The fact that he doesn't understand why his comments are wrong goes to show just how far out of touch he is.

The world has moved on and doesn't want or need people like Mori.

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Posted in: Malaysia Islamic minister says Bon Odori dance not for Muslims See in context

How weak is their form of witchcraft if people dancing can affect it? This is the same old "my magic is better than your magic" nonsense.

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Posted in: Should there be an age limit for driving licenses? See in context

Older people can barely navigate efficiently through a supermarket. Allowing them to drive enormous metal objects at high speed seems like a bad idea. There are so many cases of old drivers mistaking the brake for the accelerator and killing innocent people.

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Posted in: Japanese society begins to grapple with microaggressions See in context

A Japanese friend I hang out with can't speak a word of English. Salespeople and others to whom I speak will often direct their answers to him; he'll turn to me and repeat word for word what the person said in Japanese, I'll answer in Japanese, and he'll repeat that back to the salesperson

Similar story to when we were buying our house. One RE Agent was only talking to my wife. The other RE Agent, a young lady, talked to both of us. I said we will not buy from him and asked her to draw up the loan papers for us in my name. It was quickly approved and she got the sale. The other RE Agent just got dismissed and sent back to his desk in front of all his work mates.

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Posted in: Will new vaccines be better at fighting coronavirus variants? See in context

Where can I get my a copy of this magical "Danish Study"? I would like to read how they disprove mRNA vaccines. Lmao

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Posted in: U.S. drug regulator limits use of J&J COVID vaccine See in context

60 cases recorded, which is just a fraction of actual cases. Real number is likely at least 10X higher.

This is an assertion. Where is the evidence? Are you a doctor or do you posess any advanced knowledge or expertise in virology?

Just asserting things doesn't make them true.

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Posted in: House votes to decriminalize marijuana, but Senate fate dim See in context

If it becomes legal imagine the jump in Frito-Lay's stock prices. Doritos and Slurpies for everyone!

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Posted in: First audio recorded on Mars reveals two speeds of sound See in context

We can't really assume that. Since no one has ever been to Mars, we should keep all possibilities open.

The default position on every claim should be disbelief until the claim has met it's burden of proof.

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Posted in: Man arrested over Yoshinoya standoff in December indicted after psychiatric evaluation See in context

Yoshinoya is delicious. I'm wondering what that employee did that sent him over the edge? Maybe they told him to chill out on the free pickled ginger.

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Posted in: ‘Spider-Man’ surpasses $1 bil globally in second weekend See in context

Whoever decides when movies get released in Japan is obviously unaware of the Internet and how movies get spoiled online.

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Posted in: Gov't to ease restrictions on events, eateries See in context

Personal Experience by talking to people.

Personal experiences are not evidence or facts. They are anecdotal at best.

When you get a vaccine you are provided with the vaccine serial number, date of the injection, and the vaccine manufacturer information.

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Posted in: Many scientists are atheists, but that doesn't mean they are anti-religious See in context

I don't think that's altogether true. There were attacks on Christians and other religious groups in the Soviet Union, partly to establish a belief in a system of atheism. As throughout history, one belief system attacking other belief systems. Which is why I prefer the non-belief idea of agnosticism and its foundation of ignorance. I sometimes describe myself as an agnostic fundamentalist - no one know less than me about the cause of existence.

The mistake you're making is trying to think of Atheism as a belief system, which it is not. It is the absence of a belief. Just like bald isn't a hair color and Off is not a TV channel.

It is the answer to one question. Do you believe in gods? If the answer is yes, you are a Theist. If the answer is no, you are an Atheist.

Atheism doesn't have tenants or commandments you have to follow. It is the yes or no answer to one question.

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Posted in: Many scientists are atheists, but that doesn't mean they are anti-religious See in context

WobotToday  10:12 am JST

Atheists haven't hurt anybody?

Someone tell that to the victims of the Communists

By that logic they all drank a glass of water at least once in their lives so water must be evil.

In fact, the Communists that you are trying to elude to did their actions out of greed and lust for power. Nothing to do with magical thinking.

If you want to be technical, there was a man in the 30s in Germany who wrote a book claiming the movement he started was a Christian based movement. Explain that to 6 million of their victims.

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Posted in: Many scientists are atheists, but that doesn't mean they are anti-religious See in context

WobotToday  10:12 am JST

Atheists haven't hurt anybody?

Someone tell that to the victims of the Communists

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Posted in: Smartphones make porn addiction a growing problem See in context

Porn is "potentially addictive"? Nice assertion. Where is the evidence? The DSM 5 doesn't list it or "sex addiction" as real, diagnosable disorders.

Any claim that is asserted without evidence, can be dismissed without evidence.

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Posted in: Robert E Lee statue removed in Charlottesville See in context

Commie Perry is begging the question and strawmaning. Literally no one is trying to take down The Lincoln Memorial.

Lincoln wasn't a traitor to the US.

R. Lee is only known for 2 thing. Ordering the murder of US troops because he wanted to own other human beings as property. The other thing he is known for is being a loser. Waving the white flag with his tail between his legs.

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Posted in: Robert E Lee statue removed in Charlottesville See in context

Losers, traitors, and enemies of the US don't get statues.

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Posted in: Japanese fighter shuns Olympics for shot at UFC glory See in context

The Japan mma market is one of the lowest tiers, and they allow performance enhancing drugs, and it is still pathetic. The same could be said for their bjj scene.

BS. Where is your evidence? You are asserting something and have no evidence to prove it. You are totally talking about pre-Unified rules of MMA and clearly have no idea what measures are in place in JMMA now.

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Posted in: Man charged over online abuse after 'Terrace House' star's suicide See in context

This is an insult.

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Posted in: Burger King Japan dubs its Strong Magma Super One Pound Beef Burger the 'spiciest meat wall' See in context

I tried it. It only goes on sale after 2PM. It is a LOT of food. Too much for me. I killed a little more than half before I had to tap out. Give it a try. My recommendation is to ask them to cut it in half. This way you can take home half of it if you get too full.

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Posted in: What are some past TV shows that could no longer be aired because they would be considered politically incorrect? See in context

Probably a majority oF The Three Stooges shorts wouldn't be ok today.

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Posted in: 21-year-old woman arrested for sending hundreds of nude selfies to woman in her 70s See in context

I will withhold all judgment until I see all the evidence.

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Posted in: Would you support airlines refusing to admit passengers unless they have proof of COVID-19 vaccination or immunity, as a condition for international travel? See in context

I want a microchip inserted under the epidermis that carries all ID, vaccinations, and credit card info. I want it called project 666 lol

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Posted in: Rod Stewart reaches plea deal for Florida altercation See in context

I read in another source that a witness said "Suddenly Rod Stewart was on top of Dixon and extracted 2 liters of an undetermined fluid from him. Rod Stewart was later admitted to a hospital and had his stomach pumped."

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Posted in: Actor Iseya gets suspended sentence for cannabis possession See in context

Actors get special treatment.

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Posted in: 'Star Wars' Boba Fett actor Jeremy Bulloch dies at 75 See in context

I met him here in Japan in 2008. I had the opportunity to chat with him and his wife and got a autographed photo. He was very kind and very interesting to speak with. Rest in Peace, Sir.

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