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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

From the beginning of the pandemic he has been constantly trying to downplay the risks to the health and wellbeing of his employees, ignoring their desire to telework even if that would be very beneficial to them is just part of the same thing.

"The question is what, on balance, serves the greater good," Musk continued, adding that the lockdowns did not accomplish that and the pandemic is a "no-win situation."

He was also tested numerous times, and every test had a different result. He made it through with his opinions and you seem to have made it through with yours.

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Posted in: Can Depp's career bounce back with defamation verdict? See in context

I believe it is already starting to happen.

He will be releasing an album with Jeff Beck, is writing, producing art house films with a major studio and will be starring in the sequel to Beetlejuice. All of this after the verdict was read.

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Posted in: Experts see harsh realities ahead for Musk at Twitter See in context

HA! I wonder who the experts are?

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Posted in: Kylie Minogue, Jason Donovan to reunite for 'Neighbours' finale See in context

Kylie has always been a babe!

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Posted in: Can movie theaters save Netflix? 'Door is open,' says trade group boss See in context

Netflix is toast.......I never thought I would say this but network tv in the states is much better now.

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Posted in: Ukraine says Russia stepping up shelling of residential areas See in context

This is the most passive the U.S. has ever been in my lifetime. Do you honestly think Putin is building Hypersonic missiles to conquer Ukraine? Taiwan is not a part of NATO, will NATO defend Taiwan if China tries to take it? What about South Korea? Wake up, there is something much bigger going on here.

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Posted in: Apple announces halt to all product sales in Russia See in context

The plan is to only buy Huawei from china.

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Posted in: Japan willing to accept Ukrainian refugees: Kishida See in context

Never happen.....

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Posted in: Biden vows to check Russian aggression, fight inflation in his 1st State of the Union address See in context

Biden just turned into Trump on Manufacturing and middle-class jobs, Now he's building Semiconductors Plants and Steel Mills that Democrats said would never come back here when Trump proposed it.

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Posted in: Gov't under pressure to again declare COVID state of emergency in Tokyo See in context

If a state of emergency is declared just assume the Government will not help you.

Take responsibility for your life.

CASE CLOSED.

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Posted in: Joni Mitchell says she is boycotting Spotify over COVID 'lies' See in context

Finally, the cancellers getting cancelled. Keep on rocking in the free world.

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Posted in: Austin says Putin now has full range of options in Ukraine See in context

Once upon a time there were conservative intellectuals with university degrees who could write coherently and were thoughtful with their words. William F. Buckley and George Will come to mind. Conservatives published magazines like the National Review and were able to debate policy without resort to name calling. There was also a time when compromise for the sake of the nation as a whole wasn't a dirty word. I guess I'm too old for this world. Sometimes that is how it feels.

There was also a time when Democrats were simply liberals.

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Posted in: 6 thyroid cancer patients sue TEPCO over Fukushima radiation See in context

Tepco lied to the nation. Sue the hell out of them.

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Posted in: Kishida taking no chances as Japan closes border over Omicron See in context

The world is not as dumb as the first time around.

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Posted in: Biden promises relentless diplomacy to skeptical allies See in context

Biden gives new meaning to a wolf in sheeps clothing.

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Posted in: Japan aims for full vaccinations by this fall: Kono See in context

BS again!

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Posted in: Canada polls show Trudeau rival gaining weeks ahead of vote See in context

Trudeau is a spoiled brat.

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Posted in: COVID-19 surge pummels Hawaii and its native population See in context

Paradise lost.

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Posted in: U.S. Supreme Court allows evictions to resume during pandemic See in context

Here we go, a lot more wealth coming.

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Posted in: 100,000 more COVID deaths seen unless U.S. changes its ways See in context

And what way is that? Just follow and obey? Fear does not stop death, it stops life.

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Posted in: Kabul airport attack kills 60 Afghans, 13 U.S. troops See in context

Your anger at me is misplaced. I'm the messenger. I'm pointing out exactly why America is hated. Some Americans will recognize it. Others believe in American Exceptionalism.

I am definitely not angry with you as it seems there are a lot of messengers on this forum. Also, let's not forget, there are a lot more people trying to get into The U.S.A. than out.

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Posted in: Kabul airport attack kills 60 Afghans, 13 U.S. troops See in context

America is like that politician who always claimed to be clean and spotless, and you find out they were stealing from the system, sleeping with their secretary, and selling state secrets to their enemies.

Just like every other country on the planet. Your hatred for America should be your hatred of the global elite, as there are only more of them based there.

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Posted in: Fuji-Q roller coaster under investigation after riders’ bones broken See in context

Great ride! Don't let it stop you.

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Posted in: Japan halts use of 1.63 mil Moderna vaccine doses over contamination See in context

Maybe it's just an excuse. Japan inc didn't order enough.

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Posted in: Concerns mount over possible collapse of Japan's medical system See in context

folks. It's all you can do, and it's not rocket science.

It kind of is, that is why so many people in the world don't want the vaccine.

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Posted in: Concerns mount over possible collapse of Japan's medical system See in context

Don’t call 119 for an ambulance. Call a taxi company and go to the nearest private hospital.

And make the taxi driver sick and all of his customers?

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 4,989 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 18,822 See in context

Over 82% of over 65s are vaccinated. These infection numbers, as high as they are, represent the last gasp of this virus in Japan.

This is not accurate, we are a long way away from the "last gasp".

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 4,989 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 18,822 See in context

At least, it was not 5,000!

Maybe more, gotta keep it under the 5000 threshold as not to create a panic.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 4,989 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 18,822 See in context

Within Tokyo as of 11 Aug total of 19,000 patients are asked to recover at home which is a ten times growth over four week 

This is not going to resolve itself well.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 4,989 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 18,822 See in context

 I hope the vaccine rollout is accelerated.

The pandora's box has already been opened. Do yourself a favour and do the proper things to, take good care of your family, as I believe vaccinations will not help this wave, maybe the next.

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