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Posted in: Rapper formerly known as Kanye West is now just Ye See in context

And he will now always before referred to as “Ye, formerly known as Kanye West,…”

Didn’t we all learn from Prince?

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Posted in: No-nonsense masks, strict bubble: What to expect from China's Winter Olympics See in context

Seems like a lot of effort for these athletes to train really hard and then basically sit in a Chinese prison for 1 month to perform in the genocide Olympics that a large number of people will boycott.

It would be better to sit this one out.

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Posted in: Embattled Facebook releases new curbs on harassment See in context

Facebook is the new MySpace or Friendster. Most people I know abandon it. It’s like a graveyard run by bots and misinformation click bait articles.

Just delete the app and you will instantly forget you ever used it and have improved quality of life.

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Posted in: Embattled Facebook releases new curbs on harassment See in context

@paddeltine

FB is where right wing media and hate groups breed. It’s very much not a liberal dystopia, but a human race dystopia.

They tailor their content so guests are fed what they want to see, so they click in more links and FB sells more ads.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 62 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 619 See in context

@thomas goodtime

What’s the deal with all the conspiracy theories? If you are going to call it lies, you need to have some evidence.

The population has a high vaccination rate and the masses are still acting quite responsibly, it makes sense that we are seeing low numbers.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 82 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 777 See in context

Certainly good news, though it seems strange that numbers have dropped so drastically just like that, while in all other countries figures are either stable at a relatively high level or point upwards? What makes Japan so different, I wonder?

I think we are seeing the benefits of the vaccines. Over 70% have had 1st vaccine. Many other countries will return to no precautions after vaccines, but Japanese continue to mask and follow preventative measures, for the most part. There are probably a lot of undetected cases of vaccinated people getting it and just not knowing so they don’t get tested, also may lead to low daily counts.

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Posted in: S Korean, Japanese students share summer house, deepen understanding See in context

This can be applied to nearly every country that has tension with another country. It’s governments that hate other countries and they try to influence their populations through propaganda to also hate their enemies, so they will go to war for them.

Maybe country leaders can all spend next summer living together and the world can move its energy and money to more important things, like avoiding human extinction.

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Posted in: Beijing Winter Games organizers admit 'great pressure' over COVID See in context

There is no pressure, nobody will go or watch this Olympics.

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Posted in: Kishida, wife maintain closeness despite long distance See in context

That’s the Japanese secret to long marriage, spend as little time as possible with each other.

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Posted in: Man arrested for breaking into ex-girlfriend’s apartment to steal her Nintendo Switch See in context

I think the real motivation of his relationship with her just became all too clear.

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Posted in: Power cuts disrupt China, threatening growth and supply chains See in context

This is the result of China being greedy and fighting with every country. Their economy is totally dependent on other countries.

More of this to come, until they collapse.

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Posted in: Woman goes on trial over starvation death of 10-month-old daughter See in context

These stories will never end as long as Japan continues to avoid dealing with mental illness and weak child services programs.

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Posted in: China seeks cooperation of Japan for Beijing Winter Olympics See in context

I think everyone would have been fine with China not participating in the Japanese Olympics. They did nothing to support, but their athletes complained to the press around Japan’s safety measures and trashed countries that beat them.

China has created a world in which they have tensions with nearly every country. China made their bed and it’s time for them to lay in it, alone.

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Posted in: China clamps down on pop culture in bid to 'control' youth See in context

No wonder Chinese people are not having babies. Nobody wants to bring children into such an oppressed world.

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Posted in: Organizers unveil COVID-19 rules for Beijing Winter Olympics See in context

China does exactly the same as Japan did but is evil?

I think you are overlooking China’s active genocide and human rights violations. You can’t compare the 2 countries and say they are doing the same thing.

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Posted in: China vows to keep Taiwan out of Pacific Rim trade group See in context

China is just creating a barrier with the rest of the world. They are on track to be just like North Korea in no time.

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Posted in: Organizers unveil COVID-19 rules for Beijing Winter Olympics See in context

This is actually best case scenario for China, they can completely control the narrative and press with no foreign spectators.

With that said, boycott these Olympics!! I will not watch a second of it.

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Posted in: China clamps down on pop culture in bid to 'control' youth See in context

China will basically look like North Korea by the end of the decade.

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Posted in: Kishida to become next PM after winning LDP leadership vote See in context

It’s hard to discern any difference between all of these politicians. None of them have any new ideas or a stance on anything.

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Posted in: Massive haul of idol singer photos wash up on Japanese coast See in context

Oh, that’s where they went

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Posted in: Tokyo protests S Korean court order to sell assets for WWII compensation See in context

Korea is always sad that Japan gets more attention than them. They are the jealous little brother acting out. Seems like they would have grown up by now, oh well.

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Posted in: North Korea fires suspected ballistic missile into sea See in context

That money could have better been spent feeding their emaciated population.

Honestly, we all know NK is harmless. The world is waiting to pounce on them as soon as they hurt 1 person. It will be game over for the country in 1 day. And they know it.

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Posted in: Princess Mako's boyfriend arrives from U.S. for wedding See in context

Still can’t believe he landed her on a tinder date.

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Posted in: Boeing forecasts China’s airlines to require 8,700 new planes by 2040 See in context

I’m sure Chinese people would be terrified to fly on a Chinese made airplane.

Have you seen their escalators that kill people? Imagine what planes could do…

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Posted in: Japan, U.S., S Korea affirm cooperation on N Korea See in context

NK is all smoke and mirrors. They couldn’t fight their way out of a wet paper bag.

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Posted in: Nikkei closes with biggest fall in 3 months on China property fears See in context

Why does it seem like only bad news comes out of China?

Would be interesting if global media shared how China spins all this bad news through their ccp propaganda machine.

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Posted in: Noda calls for vaccinating children aged 11 and under See in context

What is the scientific basis that children should receive the vaccine for the coronavirus?

It is mind blowing almost 2 years in that people still don’t know how this virus works.

First, although rare, children have died of Covid complications.

Second, kids can spread it to people that could then die from Covid.

Additionally, the longer it keeps going around, the more chances of new problematic variants.

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Posted in: Noda calls for vaccinating children aged 11 and under See in context

What are you people talking about? There are all kinds of vaccinations that kids get from infancy, even including flu shots.

People have turned this into a political thing.

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Posted in: France recalls ambassadors to U.S., Australia over sub deal See in context

France is mad because they lost a 90 billion submarine contract to the US.

Its that simple and that’s why no other countries in Europe care about this..

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Posted in: IOC urges Olympic teams to ask for more vaccines See in context

The IOC considers genocide just a political issue?

What a joke.

China’s slogan "Together for a Shared Future." has to be some ironic joke. China is only concerned about it’s future and will destroy anyone who doesn’t take steps to support it.

Boycott the Genocide Games.

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