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Posted in: Man arrested after hitting police car with bar See in context

A ACAB fan?

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Posted in: Japan's elderly to get COVID-19 booster shots in early 2022 See in context

@Raw Beer

That's right. Plus profit.

Two birds with one stone.

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Posted in: Japan's elderly to get COVID-19 booster shots in early 2022 See in context

My thinking about the third dose of the vaccine.

Given that the vaccine was placed on the market during the trial period, there is a high probability that the vaccines do not contain 100% of the dose. It is logical that the manufacturers may be aware that before the completion of the third phase of testing, there could be more serious side effects, which we will find out over time.

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Posted in: Bumpy road as aging Japan bets on self-driving cars See in context

As I once wrote the opinion of experts in this field:

When the car knows / concludes whether a pedestrian is standing at a pedestrian crossing because he is crossing the road or maybe just waiting for someone, then the vehicles will be suitable for the road

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Posted in: Paralympian, nurse, musician: Manami Ito, Japan's show-stealing violinist See in context

The next time I complain about how depressed I feel, I'll slap myself, and read the article again.

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Posted in: Japan's Defense Ministry seeks ¥5.48 trillion budget amid China worries See in context

If I were born again I would be an arms dealer.

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Posted in: WHO monitoring new coronavirus variant named 'Mu' See in context

Let as play around with conspiracy theory a bit. They will now be able to have an excuse for non-working vaccines. Anti-Covid drugs are coming in December. :)

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Posted in: WHO sounds alarm over rising COVID deaths in Europe See in context

The WHO and UNICEF urged European countries to make teachers a priority group for vaccinations so schools can stay open.

Aha, good luck with that. Many medical staff still refuse vaccination. And now they expect all educators to go under the needle. ??

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 1,915 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 13,638 See in context

@Akula

Naive thinking, if you think vaccination will reduce the number of infections. By now, you might already know how the vaccine works. Time will tell whether vaccination will reduce the occupancy of hospital capacity.

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Posted in: California looking to pay drug addicts to stay sober See in context

Where can I apply?

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Posted in: First coronavirus case reported in Tokyo Paralympic athletes village See in context

Given the rise in infection, the locals pose a major threat to the Paraolympians.

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Posted in: Driving itself See in context

In one documentary, it was pointed out that the biggest problem is how a computer can predict, for example, whether a pedestrian is standing at a crossing because he is waiting for someone or will cross the road. According to the developer, autonomous cars will not be on the roads for at least another ten years.

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Posted in: Drunk customer who threw coins at Tokyo bento shop arrested See in context

@snowymountainhell

''...no soup for you!!...'' :))

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Posted in: Australia's capital Canberra enters 7-day lockdown See in context

Next month, a preventive lock-down ...just in case.

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Posted in: Man arrested over murder of father, sister says he felt alienated by them See in context

For me being alienated is blessing...

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Posted in: Melbourne extends lockdown as Sydney considers easing restrictions for vaccinated residents See in context

Did you read whole article?

Checking where you are at every step, covert blackmail at the expense of vaccination, requesting that you can leave / come to the country.

This is crazy and unacceptable.

Paris would have burned three times already.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 2,612 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 10,574 See in context

@Tokyoite

More encouraging data also from the country of origin of the Delta:

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/india/

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Posted in: Stadium selfie See in context

Who knows, maybe they are promoting some kind of stay safe gesture. Beautiful spot.

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Posted in: Tokyo counts cost of $15 billion pandemic Olympics See in context

Photo number 2 is a nice illustration of what Japan has gained from the Olympics.

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Posted in: Emotional Messi says he wasn't prepared to leave Barcelona See in context

I would cry also if I lost such a source of income. :)

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Posted in: Hiroshima marks 76th A-bomb anniversary as virus, Olympics roll on See in context

Interesting how in the photo Genbaku Dome is seemingly very close to the monument.

I also visited the museum. A man comes out with very mixed feelings.

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Posted in: Troops to enforce Sydney lockdown as Brisbane extends virus curbs See in context

In the end it will be: ''shoot first, ask later''

With a utopian desire to bring the number of infections to 0, which has proven impossible, they are torturing the nation.

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Posted in: Japan health panel backs AstraZeneca COVID vaccine for ages 40, over See in context

About Pfizer:

"The latest data from the Israeli government shows that the Pfizer vaccine has been only 41% in the prevention of symptomatic covida-19 in the last month, with an increase in delta-derived infections, according to Reuters."

And in the end, so will the others. 

The third dose is already mentioned everywhere, then the fourth will follow ...

As it turns out, will this become a monthly commitment or something?

And after all that, we would sting 12 years old children.

Ccccc... .

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Posted in: Tokyo reports record 3,177 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 9,576 See in context

The Delta version is expanding faster but is not as dangerous.

It is necessary to protect or. vaccinate vulnerable groups over 60 years of age as soon as possible. Hospitals will be overcrowded because of them as they are more vulnerable (by that I don’t mean anything bad), that’s a fact.

All those ''OMG we'll all die'', who are under the age of 40 should wait to be vaccinated and behave self-protectively in the meantime.

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Posted in: Japan's hikers return to Mount Fuji See in context

..among the first on the wish list...

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 1,429 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 4,692 See in context

All pessimistic and apocalyptic comments are highly rated.

If someone writes a comment with a hint of optimism and common sense, they are bombarded with negative rates.

Yabai!

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Posted in: Mother arrested after 1-year-old daughter, left in car, dies of heatstroke See in context

@kurisupisu

... and all over the world... unfortunately.

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Posted in: Crowds gather outside Tokyo stadium for Olympics opening ceremony See in context

Positive attitude.

It is true that the event is a greater risk for Japan due to the arrival of people from all over the world (Olympians and delegates), but things are happening and if you are not afraid you go and see at least a part of the opening ceremony.

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Posted in: First positive COVID tests reported for 2 athletes in Olympic Village See in context

It will be interesting to see how they keep the spread under control in these, judging by the photo, overcrowded settlements.

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Posted in: Sydney virus lockdown extended by at least two weeks See in context

On Tuesday, police guarded the front and rear of the building to prevent residents from leaving. A sign taped to one apartment window read "Send Beer".

... and two trucks of cigarettes...

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