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Posted in: White House mum on whether Biden plans to attend Tokyo Olympics See in context

My respect for Kamala Harris just dropped a notch.

Respect and Kamala have never gone hand-in-hand for me in the first place.

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Posted in: 2 top LDP officials say Olympics cancelation, no fans still an option See in context

Sadly for you, your opinion is wildly out of touch with most Japanese. The Olympics has become "unpalatable" with most. FACT.

FACT People only listen to the polls that they agree with. If you dig further into the poll that you are talking about, more people want the Games delayed than cancelled. This means they still want the Games but not this year.

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Posted in: Will Smith slavery film 'Emancipation' ditches Georgia over voting law See in context

Can you show us proof that illegal immigrants voted massively in the last election then?

Can you show us proof that most African Americans don't have ID?

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Posted in: Europe passes milestone of 1 million coronavirus deaths; Britain reopens pubs See in context

You trying to compare forty-four different country leaders to the failures of one incompetent and failed one-term US president shows how pathetic trump truly is.

Oh snap! I didn't realize the U.S. was in Europe and Trump was the President of Europe. Please at least read the title of the article to know the subject of this article.

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Posted in: Torch relay in Nara See in context

It's hard to begin elucidating what is wrong with this....

Remember it is only a super spreader event if YOU disagree with the cause.

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Posted in: Trump insults Pence, McConnell in speech to party donors See in context

I could sense there was a lot of excitement here when people woke up and saw a Trump article. The most popular president in U.S. history, that people voted for because they love his policies and not because they hated Trump, gets single digit comments and half of people here stay silent about.

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Posted in: Matsuyama makes history by winning Masters See in context

Correction - second Asian-born Major winner after Yang Yong-eun of South Korea. My mistake

For men that is, Asian golfers own the LPGA currently especially the past 3 years.

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Posted in: 6-year-old girl dies after being hit by train See in context

along the Kintetsu Nagano Line

Actually it is the Kintetsu Kawachi Nagano Line.

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Posted in: DMX, rap's dark, tortured star, dies at 50 See in context

RIP

Every time people thought he was going to turn things around, something else happens. He had that Verzuz battle vs Snoop last summer and had people excited about his new music reuniting with Swizz Beatz.

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Posted in: Japan considers prioritizing Olympic athletes for COVID-19 vaccination See in context

Geez, relax folks. Don’t you think it’s important for Olympians to be able to compete safely? They’re competing for Japan after all. How many are we talking- a couple hundred?

You are talking to people who didn't want the Olympics in the first place and have been complaining since 2013.

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Posted in: Georgia voting fight sets the stage for Kemp's 2022 run See in context

Yep. Because economic pressure works.

By taking away money from Black-owned businesses and giving them to white-owned ones. I see!

Also do me a favor and list the reasons why this is worse than the original Jim Crow laws started by Socialist Democrats. Try to persuade me that is "Jim Eagle."

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Posted in: Georgia voting fight sets the stage for Kemp's 2022 run See in context

Governor voter suppression who is only Governor because he disenfranchised tens of thousands of predominantly black voters in the last election tries to save himself with yet more voter suppression of urban predominantly black voters.

So the best way to remedy this is moving an economic powerhouse like the MLB All Star Game from one of the Blackest cities in the U.S. with many upon many Black-owned businesses to one of the whitest States in the country. Oh and Colorado requires ID for all voters no matter what color and economic background.

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Posted in: N Korea says it won't take part in Tokyo Olympics due to COVID-19 concerns See in context

Crazy thing is people who are anti-Tokyo Olympics see no problem with Beijing hosting them in 2022.

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Posted in: Police chief: Kneeling on Floyd's neck violated policy See in context

That seems to be your implication. What are you actually trying to say then?

For the 3rd time, someone pays with with a counterfeit bill then refuses to give back the item. At that point, the police were called. It would probably be the same in most countries. What Chauvin did was take matter into his own hands and that is his own fault, not every single police officer in the entire country.

Desert Tortoise cooperated with the sales clerk and took the money back without any fuss. If he left the shop with the item and refused to cooperate, I am pretty sure that the police would have been called no matter what his skin color was.

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Posted in: Police chief: Kneeling on Floyd's neck violated policy See in context

Okay and then that is when the police naturally kneel on your neck 9 natural minutes?

I never said that. Calling the police for someone refusing to give back items that they paid with a fake bill is procedure of a store owner/staff. However, you want to jump to extremes and put words in peoples' mouths.

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Posted in: Police chief: Kneeling on Floyd's neck violated policy See in context

. She took an older $20 in payment and that was the end of it. She didn't call the police and knowing my disposition if she had I would have argued with the cop. Instead I took the $20 back to the bank where it was examined and determined by them to be genuine. Just to make me happy they gave me a replacement and kept the one I gave them. So no, it wasn't the drug life that killed Mr. Floyd but the racism of too many police officers in the US and elsewhere towards blacks.

He bought cigarettes with the the $20 counterfeit bill then refused to give back the cigarettes. Counterfeit bills are often given to store clerks and they automatically return them without police being called. Paying with one then refusing to give back the merchandise is when the police are naturally called.

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Posted in: Police chief: Kneeling on Floyd's neck violated policy See in context

Yeah, that might work in Mississippi. Thankfully this trial is in Wisconsin.

Minneapolis, Wisconsin?

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Posted in: Assemblyman in Mie reveals same-sex couple's address online See in context

Above the article Kyodo is also revealing the couple ID ... is it necessary?

Exactly! Some random politician's blog in Mie Prefecture vs. national news of Kyodo. Most people would have never known if it weren't this article probably printed all over Japan.

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Posted in: Vaccine passports are latest flash point in COVID politics See in context

Conservatives making a mountain out of a mole hill.

Like those complaining about taking an ID to a polling place? Then cancelling a major sporting event in that State because of it.

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Posted in: Nurseries, kindergartens mull how to teach issues of gender identity See in context

I have known a few families here that had 2 sons and were hoping for a daughter next. They ended up having another son so decided to make that one the girl by dressing them up in girls' clothes, growing out the hair, coloring nails, etc.

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Posted in: Police officer overtakes athlete as top profession for Japanese boys See in context

Maybe the police abolisher/defunder supporter crowd here should sit these boys in a room and prepare a little speech to squash their dreams.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 440 coronavirus cases; Osaka 613 See in context

A couple doctors I know said that they haven't had a single flu patient this year. Either masks are doing the trick or people hesitate to go to the hospital.

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Posted in: South Korea proposes co-hosting 2032 Olympics with North Korea See in context

Part of the fun of going to the Olympics as a fan is visiting places and enjoying the sites. Doesn't North Korea restrict tourists what they are able to see and take pictures of? What fun is that?

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Posted in: Raised fists, kneeling during anthem OK at U.S. Olympic trials See in context

Black people in 1968 would kill to live like people do in 2021. Racism and oppression is something preached by the media and Democrats to win elections. As of now, 17 out of 30 of the highest paid athletes in the World are Black. Somebody tell me how much Black athletes and musicians earned in the 60s.

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Posted in: Video shows vicious attack of Asian American woman in New York See in context

The surge in violence has been linked in part to misplaced blame for the coronavirus and former President Donald Trump’s use of racially charged terms like “Chinese virus.”

The media has to keep holding on to this is another non-white, non-red hat wearing, "non-Republican" demographic person commits anti-Asian hate.

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Posted in: Man charged over online abuse after 'Terrace House' star's suicide See in context

If the penalty is so miniscule and basically just paperwork at the police station, the best thing would be to release his name and picture so the rest of the country knows who the loser is and either break ties with him or avoid him.

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Posted in: Jurors shown video at ex-officer's trial in Floyd's death See in context

And the trial isn’t being held in the South.

Neither were the Rodney King and Eric Garner trials. Both were held in heavily liberal areas of L.A./NY, both had video evidence clear as day and all officers were acquitted.

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Posted in: Myanmar forces fire on funeral; crackdown continues See in context

You think armed, but untrained citizens, would be any match against professional soldiers? You’ve seen Red Dawn one too many times.

When there is zero outside help, you either fend for yourself or become a statistic. The only ones who own guns in Myanmar are the military or privileged. You can just throw out a "tragic" though and move on comfortably as innocent people are executed.

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Posted in: Myanmar forces fire on funeral; crackdown continues See in context

The same people preaching gun control look at Myanmar and just say "tragic" or "tragedy" as the military executes citizens in the streets.

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Posted in: Police seek 3 men after 18-year-old fatally stabbed on Kamakura street See in context

Similar premise on that movie Eden Lake. Not sure if I would confront a group of other men at that time. RIP

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