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Posted in: Chapelle special spurs Netflix walkout; 'Trans lives matter' See in context

I watched it. I didn't hear or see anything hateful. It was comedy. I thought he made that pretty clear.

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Posted in: EU reinstates travel ban from Japan due to surge in coronavirus cases See in context

Does the EU know something about the numbers we don't? Cases seem to be gong down recently. Why add Japan now?

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 1,629 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 10,6033 See in context

My wife got her first dose Sunday. I will get my first in 12 days. This is still a problem. People that have wanted to be vaccinated for months are only now finally making it onto the lists.

Anyway.. Count us in the fully vaccinated club in a bit over a month.

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Posted in: Gov't considers extending state of emergency by 2 weeks See in context

I went to the doctor. He said I wish sick and needed three days to recover.

I was still sick theee days later and he extended my recovery time three more days.

I was still sick theee days later and he extended my recovery time three more days.

I was still sick theee days later and he extended my recovery time three more days.

I was still sick theee days later and he extended my recovery time three more days.

How worthless is this scheduled end time when they have no clue? WTF is the idea of scheduled end dates every single time?

Sometimes Japan drives me nuts!!!

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Posted in: Gov't may opt for Oct 17 election without dissolving lower house See in context

This Suga guy sure is putting a lot of time and effort into trying to secure victory for himself.

I am certain that the drive and determination he is showing bodes well for any future COVID endeavors!

Let's elect him instead of whomever is currently in charge, because they seem to be doing absolutely nothing.

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Posted in: Japan halts use of 1.63 mil Moderna vaccine doses over contamination See in context

Are there any real reporters in Japan?

I'm tired of seeing articles that lack important information.

Additionally, why do reporters never seem to ask any tough questions?

These are not blog posts.

Getting the facts and providing the facts (or, at the very least, expressing how and why it is impossible to do so at the moment) is literally your only job. Try doing it.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 4,228 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 24,321 See in context

I've said it often - they test until a certain number threshold is hit and then just stop. That's why the number of tests always vary, but the positives seem to always be just barely contained. It's a performance.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 5,386 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally hits record 23,917 See in context

I should run for government.

I think even communicating in solely English, I could have accomplished more in 18 months than the current regime has.

How can they STILL be planning for every single thing as if they had no idea it was possible? Does no one at all understand forethought?

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Posted in: Japan extends, expands state of emergency as cases surge See in context

I simply don't understand the creation of an end date for every SOE as if you can plan a pademic.

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Posted in: Sapporo man arrested for kidnapping 14-year-old girl he met on social media See in context

Snowymountainhell

I don't disagree with some of it, but calling the AoC "time-honored" is a bit nutty. It is barely withing the last 100 years that even half the world thought 15-16 was a fair starting point. Just before that, most places with an AoC law of any kind were from around 10-12 years old.

In any case, not saying this was a good situation or trying to excuse it, but time-honored is a huuuge stretch IMO.

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Posted in: As pandemic Olympics come to a close, Japan asks: What did Games mean? See in context

Vic.M

You must not know what deadly means.

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Posted in: Women's soccer final rescheduled because of heat See in context

Woder if they can reschedule to an even worse time like the last rescheduling situation?

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Posted in: Greek artistic swimmers isolated over virus cluster at athletes' village See in context

Fantastic! By "never abandoning the athletes", as Bach put it, they have now only given them false hope of competing while others can simply because of dumb luck.

Yeah, I am sure they feel muuuch better wasting their time, money and health for nothing.

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympics CEO says COVID cases at Games 'within expectations' See in context

Didn't they expect none?

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Posted in: Officials in Tokyo alarmed at lack of sense of crisis as virus cases hit record highs See in context

Don't be alarmed, we have everything under control. We have your best interests at heart and will take absolute care of you. No need to worry, it will all be fine - safe and secure.

What? Why is no one alarmed?!?!

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Posted in: Tokyo reports record 2,848 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 7,629 See in context

Why are people downvoting math?

I didn't even do any "fearmongering".

I just thought a 10% increase in severe cases in a single day was notable!

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Posted in: Tokyo reports record 2,848 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 7,629 See in context

48 additional severe cases added in a single say is a jump of more than 10%.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 1,128 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 3,574 See in context

Crazy that Osaka can conduct 11,000+ tests yet Tokyo... Well...

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Posted in: Beach volleyball match canceled after Czech player tests positive for COVID See in context

Didn't Bach say something along the lines of he didn't want to cancel the olympics and disappoint the athletes?

I'm no olympian, but personally, I would rather have had the games cancelled or postponed feeling everyone was on a pevel playing field rather than have the games go ahead and then lose my opportunity due to sheer chance while others get to compete.

I wonder how many athletes will feel severely depressed during snd after these games.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 1,832 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 4,943 See in context

@Numan

Is it false? I really don't know. Apparently the US gymnast that became infected was vaccinated. I don't know when, but that seems not so promising.

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Posted in: Around 15 world leaders, dignitaries to attend Olympic opening ceremony See in context

It's the same all around. You know none of them are actually footing the bill. Their taxpayers can pay for their flight and whatever else until they get to Japan and then we can comp them on everything with our own taxes, because why not?

Welcome dignitaries. Are the Japanese people happy to have you? Oh, you don’t care one way or the other? Seems legit.

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Posted in: Japan beats Australia 8-1 in softball as Tokyo Olympic competition opens See in context

@mokuyobi

I'm happy for the athletes and hope they can enjoy themselves!

Me too! Imagine the exhilaration of playing in the olympics in front of a crowd like that! It's probably like nothing they have ever imagined! I mean, I remember my little league days and, wow, FIFTY people?!?! They must be enjoying the hell out of this experience!

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Posted in: Foreign athlete in village among 9 new Olympic COVID cases reported See in context

Oh, Tokyo Engr found them on another site before me. Good work!

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Posted in: Foreign athlete in village among 9 new Olympic COVID cases reported See in context

https://www.espn.com/olympics/story/_/id/31847805/tokyo-2020-organizing-committee-chief-rule-cancellation-summer-olympics

Some possible olympic csncellation quotes from a US sports site I haven't seen published in articles here unless I missed them.

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Posted in: Bach says canceling Tokyo Olympics not an option despite COVID See in context

I wonder if it's possible to sue the IOC for gross negligence if everything explodes.

I mean, if the JP government can't help those of us struggling to make it through this on scraps, then maybe the people can recoup some of our tax dollars afterward from the organization they gave our money to.

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Posted in: Japan retracts controversial policy over alcohol-serving restaurants See in context

@Joseph

Wiggle room. They can hold anyone they don't like accountable, while allowing others to slide if they wish.

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Posted in: Suga vows safe Olympics after decision to ban spectators at most venues See in context

Well that's good. I mean, as long as he promises.

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Posted in: 3 weeks before Olympics, Japan still unsure about spectators See in context

Why start worrying about people now?

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Posted in: Heatstroke or COVID-19? Similar symptoms could confuse at Olympics See in context

Save this post for posterity as it's a nearly guaranteed outcome.

When it all goes with a confluence heat, humidity, Covid19 and general understaffing at hospitals, it will just be Jgov blaming the IOC and the IOC blaming Jgov in an endless circle jerk until it all just goes away when the next "scandal" erupts.

The lives lost will be a footnote, at best, and citizens will contiue to let them get away with it.

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Posted in: Osaka hospitals buckle under COVID-19 onslaught See in context

I have lived in Osaka for years. Durig the first two SOEs, people did everything asked of them for the most part. This latest SOE, I think everyone just reached their breaking point and only a minority of citizens stayed home.

Basically, no change.

But the numbers have steadily decreased (according to reports) the past couple of weeks. However, we still dozens of COVID related deaths reported daily and continue to see articles about hospitals being overwhelmed.

BY WHOM?

How are these falling numbers resulting in greater death and hospitilization rates?

I have felt for a long time that the Tokyo numbers are being manipulated, but only recently have I begun to feel that Kansai's results are now also being carefully controlled.

I just don't buy it any more. Call me a conspiracy theorist, or an idiot, but things just don't add up.

There must be someone that will eventually come out with information proving that things are not on the up and up, and I truly hope anyone and everyone involved gets their just desserts.

None of this bowing and groveling for a bit only to step out of politics and into a cushy position on some company's board of directors. I want the guilty parties to waste away in prison for their complete lack of care for humanity and their ovwrwhelming greed.

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