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Posted in: Mother, son found dead in car in suspected murder-suicide See in context

I myself have no children, but those you have, embrace them and say a prayer for the poor little soul.

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Posted in: 密 chosen as kanji character best representing 2020 See in context

That's what kanji characters looks like when I write them down. :)

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Posted in: Tokyo reports record high 602 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 2,969 See in context

You are overwhelmed by the number of tests performed.

If there were really as many infected as some wish there were, the health care system would have collapsed long ago.

The most important indicators are the number of seriously ill people in need of intensive care and the number of deaths.

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Posted in: Foxy look See in context

BabyMetal fan :)

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Posted in: President of Fujitsu subsidiary arrested over fatal car accident See in context

It surprises me that you can hit a pedestrian to death on the way out of the parking lot. You supposedly don’t leave the parking lot like pit-box in Formula 1, I guess.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 293 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 1,270 See in context

Fasten your seat belts....

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Posted in: Ex-husband of singer Noriko Sakai arrested for 4th time over drug possession See in context

@ Do The Hustle

Exactly my thoughts when I read the title of article.

Click-bait I gues.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 185 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 614 See in context


On Wednesday.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 185 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 614 See in context

A really surprisingly small number of infections.

In my country of two million people, 6215 tests were done, 1663 infections were confirmed.

Really responsible behavior of the Japanese people.

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Posted in: Otodasu, a special booth so musicians can practice without angering their neighbors See in context

...drummers excluded...

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympics Q&A: Should athletes be priority for vaccine? See in context

...of course, top athletes can’t wait to get vaccinated with an untested vaccine to be able to participate in the Olympics...

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Posted in: 16-year-old boy arrested for cutting cage wire mesh at zoo, allowing 70 monkeys to escape See in context

The rise of the Young Activist... :)

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Posted in: Bach gives pep talk to Tokyo Olympic organizers, Koike See in context

I'm just wondering if top athletes are willing to get vaccinated with a vaccine for which all side effects will not be known for a few years, just to attend the Olympics?

Or, it may sound ugly but, will they be housed like racehorses?

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Posted in: Japan to lift re-entry restrictions on foreign residents from Sept 1 See in context


You are going to put us on a flight (with other Japanese of course) which would risk infecting the natives (and other less humans too)?

LOL, good one.


maybe I'm wrong. But I think when, how and how many foreigners to let into the country is strongly related to Tokyo 2021.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 182 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 704 See in context

@Christopher Glen

Doubt it. This scamdemic will be with us until we all have documents proving vaccination.

110% agree with you.

I wrote in one of the posts, that they will not miss this opportunity.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 161 new coronavirus cases See in context


Perhaps the heat is really taking the sting out of the tail of COVID-19? Yes these are figures from the weekend, but the virus really does seem to be weakening.

The virus will not weaken until a huge amount of vaccine is sold.

Twice they were left empty-handed (bird flu, swine flu).

Third time's a charm.

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Posted in: Wireless carriers start disaster info service for foreign tourists See in context

...use begins with the reopening of the border for tourists in 2023...

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Posted in: Japan to launch coronavirus contact tracking app next week See in context

As long as I use the phone like a normal person, they can follow me as much as they want. If I don't want to, I leave the phone at home, for example.

Sometimes I wonder how people used to be able to survive without smartphones? :)

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Posted in: Gov't panel calls for revealing cyberbullies' names, phone numbers See in context

As I commented in an article on the late Hana Kimura, I am in favor of making the names of the bullies public. This may seem controversial to some, but ...

Perhaps a more elegant solution is simply by introducing a hate speech filter. Comments with inappropriate and offensive words are simply not published, the publisher gets a warning the first time, the account is deleted after attempting to republish a hostile comment.

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Posted in: Japan's crowded trains spark fear of new coronavirus cases See in context

I had the opportunity to take a train from Kichijoji-Shibuya at rush hour .

The one who can arrange all necessary measures regarding virus spread prevention in the trains, deserves the position of president of the World Logistics Union.

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Posted in: Koike says 'simplified' Games may be necessary to avoid cancellation See in context

It will be like Olympic games in prison camp...

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Posted in: Man detained in first arrest for illegal reselling of face masks in Japan See in context

He only made 5 or 6 yen from each mask. Is this really worth making a big deal over?

They always catch small fish, larger ones swim at the bottom intact...

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Posted in: Blue Impulse jets fly over Tokyo to salute medical workers See in context

2 minute fly over that doesn't do anything for anyone.

Of course it does. It takes your tax money...

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Posted in: Japanese reality show 'Terrace House' cast member dies See in context

With all this technology, they should be able to discover in a minute, the people who were mentally abusing this girl. And make their names public.

I hope she has found her peace. R.I.P.

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Posted in: Noise complaints on rise in Tokyo as stay-home campaign drags on See in context

I live in a building built of reinforced concrete slabs about 15 cm thick. Even that doesn’t help if the upstairs neighbors want to be loud and listen to music at two in the morning.

The first time you call the police and they sort things out ... for a short time.

Next time, you take matters into your own hands and explain more sharply to them that I can arrange for them to experience the free fall from the ninth floor along with the sound system ... for now, they don’t seem interested.

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Posted in: Mt Fuji to be closed to all climbers in summer due to pandemic See in context

In a month they will change the decision. Mark my words.

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Posted in: Emirates unveils plan to resume flights to 9 destinations See in context

...don't forget about airplane maintenance as well...

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Posted in: Abe announces lifting of state of emergency for 39 prefectures See in context

I believe your government is aware of the economic blow to the citizens, so it is also likely to introduce mitigation measures where possible.

From here, however, the collective consciousness of the citizens themselves will play a major role.

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Posted in: Mount Fuji under lockdown: Trail closures announced See in context

...the final nail in the coffin for my trip to Japan this year...

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Posted in: Man arrested over hit-and run-death of 12-year-old boy on bicycle See in context

Maybe my comment does not fall under this section, but... where I took the car licence exam, it is mandatory to check the sidewalk or bike path in the direction you are turning (if there is a pedestrian crossing). If you miss this on the exam drive, you did not pass the exam.

R.I.P. little boy.

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