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Posted in: Tokyo reports 40 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 429 See in context

I think now is a good time to solve the hospital problems in Japan. Just in case covid comes back.

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Posted in: 19-year-old suspect in murder of sex worker at hotel to be sent to family court See in context

After that, the suspect stabbed Mamoriya around 70 times, police said.

Yikes !

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Posted in: COVID-19 cases plummeting in Japan; doctors puzzled why See in context

It is the vaccines, the masks , the mindo, the lack of hospitals , the fear of death I think everything contributed nicely here

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Posted in: Don Quijote asks couples to refrain from breaking up in its Osaka store See in context

I'd quite like to know the details of what this poster was based on, what was behind it. After all, it looks like it was printed and not just sloppy..

Excellent observation. It is free advertising . The donki marketing team is behind it.

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Posted in: Japan opposition pledges to tax the rich in election platform See in context

Removing income tax for under 10 mil is actually not a bad idea. I think this is will result in stronger middle class and increase consumption.

However taxing the rich is a bad idea because rich companies will then start spending money on solutions outside Japan.

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Posted in: Kishida says he has no plan to change financial income tax for now See in context

"Much attention has been focused only on the (taxation) issue and there are widespread misperceptions that we will do it immediately," Kishida said on a Fuji TV program.

Misperceptions ? Nah ... No problems here. Not only we know you won't do it immediately we also know you won't do it at all because

"There are many things that we need to do before the financial income tax," Kishida said, adding that he will place priority on crafting the country's growth strategy.

Yes "many things" whatever they may be

Is there an opposition in Japan ?

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Posted in: IS suicide bomber kills 50 inside Afghanistan mosque See in context

An Islamic State suicide bomber struck at a mosque packed with Shiite Muslim worshippers in northern Afghanistan on Friday, killing at least 50 people and wounding dozens in the latest security challenge to the Taliban as they transition from insurgency to governance.

Wait am I reading this right ? Hmmm... So ,...IS now fights the Taliban over who gets Afganistan ? From US/Europe perspective this really isn't so bad . If both sides are adequatly armed this could take years.

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Posted in: Kishida vows to lead with 'trust and empathy' to fix Japan See in context

Many experts, however, are skeptical if income raise could be possible.

I agree with the experts. It isn't happening this. We need something big , like back to 5% consumption tax or/and 100JPY for 0.8 USD

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Posted in: M5.9 quake halts trains in Tokyo area; 32 injured See in context

Something was odd about this one. It wasn't shaking left and right it was up and down and for a long time.

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Posted in: Anti-virus measures stop legal return of thousands to New Zealand See in context

Indeed we the citizens will remember for life the actions taken for our protection. We are thankful.

pfff...wow

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Posted in: Johnson says UK will emerge from Brexit, pandemic as more productive and dynamic nation See in context

empty gas pumps, worker shortages and gaps on store shelves

Welcome to the 3-rd world .

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Posted in: Britain blames 'heavy-handed' EU for Brexit deal problems See in context

He said unless there are major changes to the deal, Britain will invoke Article 16

Just do it then ! Can't care less honestly

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Posted in: New Zealand drops 'COVID zero' goal after Delta outbreak See in context

She added that the change -- a major shift to her previous goal of completely stamping out the virus -- was possible because vaccination rates had increased dramatically.

Is New Zealand vaccinating children ? What about the childrend with underlying conditions ? Is there any data on how children 12- respond to the delta type ?

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 87 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 602 See in context

Two three weeks of this and we will have empty hospitals . Get vaccinated but keep your masks on , that is how you eliminate covid

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Posted in: UK university jab scheme off to a slow start See in context

The UK future doesn't look very promising does it ?

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Posted in: EU-Australia trade talks postponed amid submarine dispute See in context

This issue will be forgotten.

This issue is actually a big problem for the EU. One could argue even brexit related. It isn't just AUS it is AUS, UK and the US.

Business will continue and France will get over it, as will the EU. Nothing will change what so ever. No matter how much some posters may wish otherwise.

Yes I am sure , a bit overpriced and with advanced payments I don't see why not. The free trade deal however will not happen. France will veto it and that would be the end of it.

Seems to be a growing trend of anti Australian posts on this site. While criticism is to be expected in some area's for all nations Australia included, the amount of anti Australia sentiment is out of all proportion. I hope it improves.

Australia indeed is a very strange country lately.

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Posted in: EU-Australia trade talks postponed amid submarine dispute See in context

You can't do it "willy-nilly". That's what the exit clauses are for, so both parties have agreed as to how an early cancellation of contract will be dealt with.

What are you talking about ? What exit clauses ? AUS in secret negotiated a better deal with the US and eff-ed France over. Plain and simple.

What am I your MBA teacher or something? Use the Google if you don't know man. It's not like this is a secret, and you're getting all aggressive because it got pointed out that something you didn't know about is very common in the world.

I am not getting aggressive at all. I am merely stating that France and consequently EU has every right to be cross with Australia. Australia imports a lot more from the EU than it exports to the EU. Now it will export less and the price for EU pharma and motor vehicles in AUS will rise until this loss is covered and bridges re-built.

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Posted in: EU-Australia trade talks postponed amid submarine dispute See in context

Tell that to the US. We contracted to by 72 F-35 and that worked out well for them.

No you tell that to the EU

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Posted in: COVID vaccine to be mandatory for California students See in context

Pfizer and BioNTech are also testing their vaccine on children as young as two.

Excellent news !

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Posted in: COVID vaccine to be mandatory for California students See in context

To make it mandatory for kids to take this NEW vaccine is completely crazy.

I understand that for mumps, ... and other things, because they are already long time implemented

You don't understand anything actually so ..

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Posted in: COVID-19 state of emergency lifted but challenges abound See in context

The girl’s sweat shirt does not have a nice message for children’s eyes.

Why ? It says "pervert the norm"

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Posted in: COVID-19 state of emergency lifted but challenges abound See in context

"There is no reason to say with certainty" what is causing the drop in infections, while others spoke more to the point, such as Kazuhiro Tateda, a professor in the medical department at Toho University, who admitted, "We don't know why infections are declining."

I think the real reason for the drop in infections is fear ?

In August, we learnt that if you catch covid in Japan it is very likely you won't get an adequate hosptial treatment and you might die actually

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Posted in: Princess Mako diagnosed with PTSD; to marry Kei Komuro on Oct 26 See in context

However, the pair appear to have decided they have waited long enough, and are now expected to move to New York after marrying.

What if she falls in love with a gaijin in NY, dumps Komuro and have cute half gaijin children.

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Posted in: EU-Australia trade talks postponed amid submarine dispute See in context

Such a naive comment. Business contracts are often cancelled for many reasons. To say that you do not cancel a contract ever is just an incorrect statement.

If you can willy-nilly cancel a contract, what is the point of having a contract then ?

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Posted in: EU-Australia trade talks postponed amid submarine dispute See in context

Sure you do. (Well-written) Contracts have cancellation clauses built into them, so that both parties know exactly what happens if the contract is canceled.

Maybe yeah if you are Chinese

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Posted in: EU-Australia trade talks postponed amid submarine dispute See in context

France signs contract to build 25 commuter trains worth over 300 mil Euros in Victoria after sub deal was cancelled.

Right.. that is the problem you see , signing something with AUS doesn't really mean much does it .. ??

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Posted in: EU-Australia trade talks postponed amid submarine dispute See in context

The EU will never cease trade with Australia.

Why ? I think that is exactly what this postponement means. Australia canceled a contract after a spit shake and you just don't that in business.

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Posted in: EU-Australia trade talks postponed amid submarine dispute See in context

Australia can rest assured that there will be no trade with the EU at all

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Posted in: N Korea tests anti-aircraft missile: state media See in context

Smood like bada ... Can't the navy seals just low fly over to his house and tap him on the vag

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Posted in: 2 women in LDP party leadership race get mixed reactions See in context

I believe in quotas it should be 50:50 men and women simply because the job is trivial and doesn't require any skills

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