N. Knight comments

Posted in: Trump or Biden, Japan likely to face harsh demands in trade talks See in context

Don't know which is worse, an utter childish lunatic or a weakling with one foot in the grave.

Pathetic situation.

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Posted in: Prepare to get rid of 'hanko,' Suga tells government See in context

Don't need hanko but i like it so I digitized it. Use it often and no one even knows the difference.

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Posted in: Toyota, Nissan to seek reimbursement from UK if Brexit talks fail: Nikkei See in context

but they can’t play the oyaji tacticts that they do in their own island.

Yes they can. And I bet Johnson blinks first.

These companies absolutely champed at the bit to support a Brexit UK, 

No they didn't.

LRJ already moving a lot of UK production to Slovakia.

UK's going down the gurgler.

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Posted in: Trump urges Senate to vote without delay on his high court pick See in context

The hypocrisy of the Trump Republicans. Bunch of charlatans.

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Posted in: We're lucky to have Osaka as figurehead, says Billie Jean King See in context

She is amazing.

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Posted in: Judge OKs extradition to Japan of 2 men accused of aiding Ghosn escape See in context

@vanityofvanities

For those who think Japanese justice system is dubious. I think American justice system is as much doubtful as Japanese one.

Yep... if not more so

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Posted in: Freighter with 43 crew, 5,800 cattle capsizes off southwestern Japan See in context

This seems to be a very large freighter.

Having worked on these ships all be a very long time ago, there are very few sheltered harbours for such ships.

Small fishing boats can do such things not major big ships.

Staying moored at Port, risks major damage to both the ship and port.

That is why in many cases these larger ships actually head out to sea when such storm approach.

I have never been in the Navy but know many who have and it is standard to take the fleet out of port during typhoons and hurricanes.

Total rubbish

(Ship captain and ex-Royal Navy)

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Posted in: Japanese teacher apologizes for peeing on students’ futon during club retreat See in context

At least he didn't take a massive dump.

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Posted in: Japanese teacher apologizes for peeing on students’ futon during club retreat See in context

Ha ha ha Pissed up pisser

Sounds like a Greg Davies anecdote.

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Posted in: Biden aims to reinvigorate ties with allies including Japan, keep pressure on China See in context

But, Biden & Family have close ties to China... some would even say, they would end up being Puppets to Beijing. Would this tough talk suddenly disappear once they're elected, which appears to be a certainty now...

So does Trump and family.

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Posted in: Biden aims to reinvigorate ties with allies including Japan, keep pressure on China See in context

Biden's on China's payroll... Trump's on Russia's payroll.

The state of the Union is screwed either way

'merica is now owned.

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Posted in: Biden aims to reinvigorate ties with allies including Japan, keep pressure on China See in context

What a joke this presidential election is.

On one hand you have a geriatric sleepy dribbly grabby establishment politician who likely cannot make an independent congnitive decision or understand simple tasks.

On the other hand an unhinged crooked child molesting maniacal reality TV celeb whose bankrupted more businesses than can be counted on all fingers and thumbs, and with a brain the size of a pea.

Pathetic... Good luck America.

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Posted in: Japanese-owned ship deviated from shipping lane before Mauritius impact, data shows See in context

Russians hacking AIS data? Must be true because someone somewhere said it.

However AIS should only be used for information and never for navigation (or this investigation/final verdict), as it is only as reliable as the person that programmed the vessels unit for that voyage and the instruments it is reading from.

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Posted in: Japanese-owned ship deviated from shipping lane before Mauritius impact, data shows See in context

Why are detergents and/or emulsifiers not being used on this oil spill? Perhaps someone who knows about such things can explain.

Because it compounds the problem to the marine ecosystem rather than improving it.

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Posted in: Lawmaker rearrested over casino graft scandal See in context

Yawn... Politicians the world over. Nothing new.

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Posted in: Russian opposition leader Navalny in coma after suspected poisoning See in context

Putin's got form

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Posted in: 2 doctors indicted over consensual killing of terminal ALS patient See in context

those with terminal illnesses have the right to determine their own fate

100%

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Posted in: Waiting for customers See in context

Certainly not worse than the Japanese themed restaurants in Italy.

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Posted in: Trump's coronavirus retweets spark claims of censorship See in context

Ha ha ha... It's all going to plan in Putin's America. :-)

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Posted in: Don't do this See in context

It's not exactly rocket science. If someone cannot understand it then perhaps they should not be out while unsupervised.

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Posted in: Fist in line See in context

Pinstripe suit... Must be some disgruntled bankers out there venting their frustrations.

Hate getting sucker-punched in Tokyo.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 67 COVID-19 cases; highest since state of emergency lifted See in context

Headache, shortness of breath, fever, cough, fatigue and chronic¦ rib pain...

I have it now but they refuse to give me a test

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Posted in: Supporters, protesters face off outside Trump rally See in context

ZENJIToday  06:42 am JST

Why are there Armed Soldiers?

because... America

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Posted in: Mitsubishi UFJ to ban financing for production of nuclear weapons See in context

now there's going to be a mad rush in the last 9 days of June to get hundreds of global armageddon plans sorted!

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Posted in: Man swims across moat to enter Imperial Palace grounds See in context

I remember this one!

And in 2008, a naked British man was arrested after swimming across the moat and scaling the stone walls in the full view of the public, even tussling with police armed with a stick when they tried to accost him.

I think the same thing now as I did before; what the heck was the guy thinking? I wonder where he is today

I remember this one too.. Drunken Brit.. I think at one point he was running away from the pursuing Police when he turned around and started running stark bollock naked towards them... at that point the rozzers wanted none of it and scattered in all directions... ha ha ha

He was let of later in the day when he was a little more sober... received a slapped wrist I think... marvellous.

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Posted in: Trump hopes for COVID-19 vaccine by end of year, 'maybe before' See in context

Trump's a moron

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Posted in: World Rugby announces postponement of July tests See in context

July is a ridiculous month to watch rugby in Japan anyway, let alone play it!

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Posted in: Japan extends calls to avoid nightclubs, bars to all prefectures See in context

"Strongly request"

Its getting serious folks... at this rate they will be typing a letter and faxing to everyone... it's a slippery slope.

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Posted in: England rugby team may tour Japan in October instead of July See in context

July is an utterly ridiculous month to play rugby in Japan anyway... Sheer torture and quite dangerous.

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