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Posted in: Japan protests after China, Russia call released Fukushima water 'contaminated' See in context

If China and Russia say it’s contaminated then we knows it’s NOT contaminated. Good news.

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Posted in: Seinfeld speech at Duke commencement prompts walkout protesting his support for Israel See in context

To the best of my knowledge he was never asked if he did support it. Quite a wild assumption this is!

Not an assumption at all. Seinfield supports what Israel is doing, which is killing Palestinians indiscriminately and cutting off food aid, resulting in countless death among women and children.

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Posted in: Seinfeld speech at Duke commencement prompts walkout protesting his support for Israel See in context

Sad that Seinfeld supports genocide against Palestinians.

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Posted in: New Tokyo restaurant charges higher prices to foreign tourists than Japanese locals See in context

Sounds good to me. This is not that uncommon in other countries.

Foreign passport holders often get tax breaks when shopping in Japan that Japanese do not; never heard anyone complain about that before.

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Posted in: Japan, India reject Biden's comments describing them as xenophobic countries See in context

What country welcomes immigrants with open arms? None of them.

Ironically, Americans HATE immigrants. They just haven’t figured out a way to actually secure their borders.

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Posted in: Former Trump aide Hope Hicks testifies he told her to deny Stormy Daniels affair See in context

Still not sure what crime is alleged here.

While cheating on your wife with a porn star while she is home with your newborn baby is morally awful, it’s not what he is being charged with.

He is being charged with 34 counts of falsifying business records to cover it up, which includes some felony counts.

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Posted in: Biden blames China, Japan and India's economic woes on 'xenophobia' See in context

The US does well by letting in illegal immigrants to work off the books for below wage jobs so that companies can be profitable.

It also results in a great degree of poverty and why America has a broken welfare system and homeless issue.

I don’t think Asian countries want to pursue such a convoluted strategy and most places do not view the current state of America as a success.

I say all of this as an American.

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Posted in: Instagram, YouTube the biggest likely winners if TikTok banned but smaller rivals could rise too See in context

The world will be a better place without tick tok.

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Posted in: More than 600 students in Miyagi get sick after drinking school lunch milk See in context


Mot sure what school you send your kids to, but Japanese school lunches are probably the most nutritional compared to every developed country

They have nutritionists to create the lunch based on nutritional value, don’t bring in processed foods and make the food fresh on site.

Rice is healthy. As are vegetables, fruits and small amounts of protein.

Western lunches are awful in comparison resulting in high levels of obesity and diabetes among kids, which is much more rare in Japan and Asia.

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Posted in: More than 600 students in Miyagi get sick after drinking school lunch milk See in context

probably wasn't pasturized

20% of milk tested in the US has bird flu in it, and this is coming from pasteurized milk products.

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Posted in: Cabinet minister Takaichi, more than 90 lawmakers visit Yasukuni Shrine See in context

Who cares. They are paying respect to fallen Japanese soldiers. All those people did was follow orders and die for their country.

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Posted in: Sapporo sees earliest 25 C day of any year since records began See in context

This was the coldest spring in Tokyo, so…

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Posted in: Starbucks releases special sparkly tumbler in Japan to support diversity See in context

I’m all for diversity, but Starbucks tumblers are just so big and ugly.

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Posted in: Biden says U.S. support for Philippines, Japan defense 'ironclad' amid growing China provocations See in context

What would Trump do? Or what will he do if he becomes president?

Trump will do whatever Putin tells him to do. That’s what Manchurian candidates do.

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Posted in: Hiroshima locals criticize U.S. lawmaker over A-bomb remark about Gaza See in context

Of course it was a Republican. They are all idiots.

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Posted in: 3 people whose deaths linked to dietary supplement intake had prior health issues See in context

People think they can eat a poor diet and then just take supplements to erase all the damage they’ve done

And drug companies will exploit those people’s misunderstandings to make money.

Such a broken system with only bad results.

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Posted in: Will China flood globe with EVs, green tech? See in context

It’s one thing to buy a cheap Chinese made kitchen appliance that breaks after 1 month, but very different to put yourself in a poorly made Chinese vehicle speeding down the highway that may actually kill you.

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Posted in: 9-year-old girl dies after being hit by train Gunma Prefecture See in context

How many lives does it take to justify updating this in every possible place in Japan?


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Posted in: Revised law on rules for paternity after divorce goes into effect See in context

This all seems a bit frivolous considering Japan gives zero custody rights to fathers after divorce.

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Posted in: New Zealand accuses China of hacking parliament See in context

China fails to have people that can go on to be innovative, so their only strategy to keep up with the world is to steal and copy everyone else. Totally shameless.

Boycott China.

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Posted in: N Korea says Kishida has requested summit with Kim Jong Un See in context

There is almost no chance that Kim Jong Un doesn’t have diabetes.

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Posted in: Global music biz sees 10.2% growth in 2023: industry See in context

You always see record growth across the board when comparing to the previous years of covid. Of course it’s unsustainable.

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Posted in: Australia defends its U.S. ambassador, Kevin Rudd, after Trump attack See in context

If trump is attacking you, then you know you are on the ethical path.

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Posted in: Japanese table tennis star reaches agreement with ex-husband in high-profile battle over custody of 4-year-old son See in context

It’s interesting, and sad, that this whole joint custody issue always comes up with a foreign father. So, basically Japanese fathers are totally fine with never seeing their kids again.

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Posted in: China demands Japan start Fukushima treated water compensation system See in context

hmmm, let’s think about that: nah

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Posted in: Nagoya elementary school students caught defrauding classmate for nearly ¥1 million See in context

I disagree with all the people throwing shade on the victim and his parents because he saved so much money. It’s common for kids to receive money for new years and even birthdays from parents and lots of relatives. But 1,000,000? Yeah, seems high, works out to be an average of around 800,000¥/year. It’s not unheard of though in Japan for grandparents to give loads of cash to their grandkids. There’s a whole generation of grandparents that got wealthy during the bubble years and are jettisoning cash as they get to the end of their lives.

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Posted in: Tourists banned from private alleys in Kyoto's geisha district See in context

Kyoto should be careful because the city would crumble financially without all the tourism.

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Posted in: Osaka Prefecture eyes collecting fixed fee for inbound tourists from 2025 See in context

Probably should pick a city that inbound tourists at least want to visit.

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Posted in: Doctor gets 18 years for consensual killing of woman with ALS See in context

Wow, this doctor got more prison time than all the parents who kill their children.

The system is broke.

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Posted in: Sinead O'Connor's estate asks Donald Trump to stop playing her music at rallies See in context

It’s kind of sad that no musician is willing to have their music associated with trump. Albeit, well deserved.

Trump is too broke to pay any music royalties anyway.

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