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Posted in: Ukraine pleads for more weapons as defiant Russia warns West See in context

It seems like a race between the tortoise and the hare, sad to say we all know who will win.

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Posted in: Musk wants to cut 10% of Tesla jobs; tells employees to return to workplace or quit See in context

Rock on Elon!

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Posted in: Get ready to pay more: Over 40% of Japanese firms to raise prices within a year: survey See in context

Back to being island people eating fish and soba and tofu. That is the core of Japan. Maybe it's time to stop competing.

Sounds good to me.

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Posted in: Coachella's return brings big business to California desert See in context

I saw the Red Hot Chili Peppers there. Great show!

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Posted in: Pet food makers eating up wild game meat as demand falls at restaurants See in context

Vegan activists are, strangely enough, remarkably coy about explaining why humans have evolved with canine teeth and stereoscopic vision. 

Contrary to popular belief, human canines are not for tearing and ripping meat. Instead, our ancestors used them to fight male rivals for mating rights.

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Posted in: U.S. hits Russia with sanctions, shifts troops to Germany; 137 reported dead in Ukraine See in context

This will end badly for putin, this is the beginning of the end of putin’s rule!!!!

Biden is also finished.

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Posted in: U.S. hits Russia with sanctions, shifts troops to Germany; 137 reported dead in Ukraine See in context

The US and the EU had no right to offer Ukraine membership in NATO and had no right to send them weapons on the border of Russia. They fanned the flames for too long and now Russia answered and got it done in a day.

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Posted in: Japan's border policy keeping hundreds of thousands of foreigners in limbo See in context

Take a deep breath and accept the fact that border restrictions, doing business in Japan and travel will never go back to "normal".

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 20,679 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 103,791 See in context

Why not just say the entire population tested positive.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 20,679 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 103,791 See in context

Come on man! This testing has to be stopped. Stay safe and get your booster whether its your 3rd, 10th or 100th.

Ridiculous!

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Posted in: How much money should you give children for New Year’s 'otoshidama'? See in context

Money is not a gift. It is something you earn.

That is training for the salaryman mindset.

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Posted in: Satellite images show China built mock-ups of U.S. warships See in context

By the time the Chinese figure out how to sink them, the U.S. will have made an entirely new drone fleet.

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Posted in: Australians skirt vaccine rules with black market certificates See in context

The few controlling the many. Time to wake up world or you get what you deserve.

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Posted in: Australians skirt vaccine rules with black market certificates See in context

That's what happens when a "joke" of a government tries to turn Australia back into a penal colony.

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Posted in: Man arrested after menacing Tokyo subway passenger with awl See in context

oh brother........

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Posted in: George Clooney asks media not to publish his children's photos See in context

Who the hell cares. This is not news.

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Posted in: Train attacker says he targeted Tokyo in hopes of increasing kill count See in context

Seems like it didn't work.

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Posted in: California makes it illegal to remove condom without consent See in context

So much for the movie business.

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Posted in: U.S. closes part of Texas border; begins flying Haitians home See in context

America needs a political revolution or America as we know it will be over.

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Posted in: Hundreds arrested, police injured at anti-lockdown protests in Australia See in context

Australia once again demonstrates why it is the laughing stock of the world.

Hopefully, you mean Australian Authoritarianism.

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Posted in: Japan's top COVID-19 adviser says peak of 5th wave over See in context

6th wave starting to swell real soon, covid loves the stupid

Covid doesn't care if you are stupid or smart.

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Posted in: Japan considering vaccine passports for commercial activities See in context

These passports are overwhelming supported by the majority. 

It does not overwhelmingly support. It's a little over half of the population. The passport scheme was designed to push the un-vaccinated to get the jab. It will be difficult to convince them.

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Posted in: Japan orders 150 million doses of Novavax COVID vaccine See in context

Posters are watching too much CNN.

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Posted in: Gov't plans lifting alcohol ban even under state of emergency See in context

The government probably needs the tax

Spot on has nothing to do with covid.

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Posted in: Uber Eats Japan halts hiring of foreign students for food delivery See in context

The foreign students are much better than Japanese UBER delivery workers.

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Posted in: Moderna says COVID vaccines sent to Japan contained stainless steel particles See in context

The metal particles would remain in the liquid left in the vaccine vile and are larger in size than what gets into the needle.

Where is the proof of that?

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Posted in: More than 30 California children still stuck in Afghanistan See in context

Biden says the mission was an amazing success, then why does he constantly blame everyone for the mission?

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Posted in: Gov't considers extending state of emergency by 2 weeks See in context

Japan gives new meaning to the phrase "State of emergency".

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Posted in: Moderna says COVID vaccines sent to Japan contained stainless steel particles See in context

"The rare presence of stainless steel particles in the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine does not pose an undue risk to patient safety and it does not adversely affect the benefit/risk profile of the product," the statement said.

Stainless steel particles injected into your body seems pretty dangerous to me.

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Posted in: Nike’s newest addition to ISPA sneaker line blends Japanese tradition and contemporary style See in context

Nike employs a lot of slaves to make their products. Think about that next time you praise the swish.

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