Mirai Hayashi comments

Posted in: Tokyo coronavirus cases hit record daily high of 224; 80% in their 20s, 30s See in context

And the woman in the picture shows exactly why I don't wear masks. They are stifling hot, creating lots of sweat.

I do not wear mask too.

And that's why you're part of the problem

People need to stop overestimating this

I this case, I think it would a lot better to overestimate than downplay or underestimate.

People are still very complacent. The government is downplaying the gravity of this situation way way too much. I also think businesses need to step up their game a bit an not allow people into stores who refuse to wear masks.

I went to a Starbucks this morning, no one was practicing social distancing; the tables were packed with people wearing no masks and taking loudly to each other. I walked immediately. This is soooo irresponsible and places like this deserve to be shutdown!

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Posted in: Mother arrested after leaving 3-year-old daughter alone for week to die See in context


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Posted in: Man arrested after slapping face of 8-year-old boy See in context

Following an investigation into the matter, police also noticed that the boy's mother had a visible bruise on her face

WTF is wrong with this dude? What a loser!

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Posted in: Names of 18 and 19-year-old criminals to no longer be concealed from 2022 See in context

We should lower the age threshold to middle school graduates. At that age you already know what’s good or bad.

I agree. I think it should be even lower for certain crimes like murder, rape, assault, etc....anything that deems the perp a danger to the public. Petty theft, etc or anything that doesn't really pose a danger should be kept under wraps for minors unless its a repeated offense....2022? why not ASAP...what's the wait for?

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Posted in: Trump lashes out at NASCAR over flag, noose; criticizes Redskins, Indians for weighing name changes See in context

Worst president EVER!

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Posted in: Zombie squad See in context

people crawling all of your car...what could go wrong?...smh

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Posted in: 15 feared dead, 9 missing after massive flooding in southwestern Japan See in context

Triple wammy: earthquakes, floods, and virus

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Posted in: Donald Trump Jr's girlfriend coronavirus positive See in context

Quotes from the cheetoe and chief:

"Its going to magically disappear"

“Maybe this goes away with heat and light. It seems like that’s the case,”

"I think at some point that's going to sort of just disappear, I hope,"

Maybe he was just referring to his presidency.

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Posted in: Couple arrested after remains of child found buried outside house See in context


Thanks..makes sense now...but JT needs to be more clear

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Posted in: Couple arrested after remains of child found buried outside house See in context

On June 29, two of the children — a boy and a girl — were seen walking by themselves about four kilometers from their home by a police patrol.

Please clarify...what is the relevance of this? If their location carries no other relevant meaning to the crime, you should just say the remaining children were taken into custody...

At that point, the parents admitted they had a fourth child

Please clarify, how is it possible that they had 4 children but only registered 3? Was the 4th child really their child? Not really clear here...

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Posted in: Vote for me See in context

I think with that poster, #21 already lost the election, IMO.

of coooooourse! I don't care if your politics are right or left winged, you have got to be a complete moron to believe that covid19 is "just a cold" and run for office on that policy! This guy is not just stupid, he's a special kind of dangerous stupid who should never hold any office anywhere!

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 124 COVID-19 cases Friday; 70% in their 20s and 30s See in context

Younglings acting irresponsibly because the jgov and the media says its okay to do so,...and they blindly obey.

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Posted in: Vote for me See in context

hence why we have someone like Abe running the country for so long.

Its all about name value. Long time incumbents will always have an advantage over challengers because people tend to pick people they recognize. They could be absolute crap but if the know the name, they will most likely pick them over a nobody who may have good policies. This is how the LDP stays in power, and how the former governor Ishihara got into office (celebrity brother's coat tails)

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Posted in: Vote for me See in context

OMFG.....There are some real nutters running for office.

Campaign poster #21: Masayuki Hiratsuka -"Corona is just a cold"

This guy is a Trumpian level loser and very dangerous if he's spreading those lies.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 107 new coronavirus cases on Thursday See in context

and....we're back to 3 digits.....this number can easily jump higher....not the time to be opening up theme parks and partying.

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Posted in: Severe COVID-19 can damage the brain, preliminary study finds See in context

Sounds more like complications after a high fever.

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Posted in: 20-year-old man arrested for cutting high school girl’s skirt at train station See in context

With a knife measuring 30 cm in length,

That's a big fricken knife. I'm surprised that they didn't get him on concealed weapons charges as well.

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Posted in: Distancing from Trump? Some Republicans step up critiques See in context

rats fleeing a sinking ship

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Posted in: Japan to boost space cooperation with U.S. in revised policy See in context

Your tax money at work

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Posted in: Margot Robbie to star in female-centric 'Pirates of the Caribbean' See in context

If this turns out to be anything like Ghostbusters 2016, its an absolute disaster in the making. Stop ruining great movie franchises!

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Posted in: 4-year-old girl falls to her death from 6th-floor apartment See in context

I don't understand how this can keep happening over and over again.

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Posted in: Man gets 15 years in prison for murder of woman in Saitama love hotel See in context

sounds like a "business deal" gone wrong

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Posted in: 13-year-old girl hit and killed by train in Yokohama See in context

Juku puts so much pressure on these kids....the whole system should be banned

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 57 new coronavirus infections See in context

My company alone tested 5 positives in a single day.....one company finding 10% of all positives for that day? REALLY? These numbers are definitely being under reported

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Posted in: Yamato becomes Japan's 1st city to 'ban' use of phones while walking See in context

Great idea, but I don't see how the JCOPS are going to enforce this. Just another law that's going to be completely ignored.

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Posted in: Man arrested for molesting high school girl on Tokyo train See in context

This happened last year and you're getting around to arresting him NOW?? Was he allowed to roam free all this time?

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Posted in: Don't open the door! Japanese haunted house goes drive-in See in context

Great idea ...that is until patrons sue these "zombies" for putting dents and dings on their cars

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Posted in: Half of telecommuters in Japan work longer hours than before pandemic: Rengo See in context

I did telework once and it totally wasn't worth it. I wound up working from 7am to 11PM.... I'd rather just come to the office and work a lot shorter hours

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Posted in: U.S. records 34,700 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday; highest one-day total since April See in context

This is what happens when people don't listen to the experts and take the word of incompetent government officials instead! The Florida governor needs to resign...he's been nothing but a disaster!

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Posted in: Office cluster pushes Tokyo coronavirus cases to 6-week high of 55 See in context

Tokyo Gov Yuriko Koike had warned of a "large number" o

This "office" had 15 infected employees. What's not mentioned and yet a fact that is very important is that this is company was a temp staff agency. If they are in the business of meeting and interviewing people, then sending them off to other companies to work, wouldn't it be fitting to publish the name so that the general public can be informed if they had contact with these people????

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