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Posted in: U.S. comedian and 'Full House' star Bob Saget, 65, found dead See in context

Appreciated. I ask you to direct your thoughts to Bob’s family, though.

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Posted in: U.S. comedian and 'Full House' star Bob Saget, 65, found dead See in context

Bob and I went to high school at Abington High in Philly before going off to Temple University. We was always funny. I miss him already.

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Posted in: Baldwin says he is complying with 'Rust' shooting investigation See in context

BlacklabelToday  11:42 am JST

the "jurisdictional issue" is that he wants New York (where he is "revered" as a liberal icon) to have the evidence, not New Mexico (where the crime happened and he isnt protected)

False. One state cannot issue a warrant in its jurisdiction and then execute it in a completely different jurisdiction without that jurisdictions cooperation.

This is basic legal knowledge anyone can acquire if they care to make informed comments.

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Posted in: U.S. comedian and 'Full House' star Bob Saget, 65, found dead See in context

This is a huge loss given Bob was such a witty and nice guy.

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Posted in: Japanese prosecutors conduct remote questioning due to pandemic See in context

RecklessJan. 9  10:48 am JST

> Secret police questioning is very concerning in a modern democracy.

Agreed. Japan isn’t a modern democracy despite parading around as one.

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Posted in: Gunma man arrested for attempted marriage of woman without her knowledge See in context

CaptDingleheimerToday  05:48 am JST

Marrying a Japanese woman is precisely the thing one wishing to be sexually intimate with her should avoid.

No arguments to this, just downvotes. Hmmm . . .

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Posted in: Baldwin says he is complying with 'Rust' shooting investigation See in context

People who don’t understand the legal system that is based on the constitution cannot understand jurisdiction.

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Posted in: Baldwin says he is complying with 'Rust' shooting investigation See in context

Hervé L'EisaToday  11:16 am JST

Except for the plain fact that he has NOT provided the phone as required by the warrant. He's stonewalling.

Lmao! Because he’s guilty, correct? Not because there is a jurisdictional issue as clearly mentioned in the article.

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Posted in: Baldwin says he is complying with 'Rust' shooting investigation See in context

Not all killings are murders and the police cannot arrest someone without probable cause, which arises through investigations, if at all.

Pretty straightforward. Not to mention elementary.

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Posted in: Thousands rally in Prague against vaccination mandate See in context

Masks don’t work! Check out this article in which an expert tells us the efficacy of masks is REDUCED.

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Posted in: Not all polarization is bad, but U.S. could be in trouble See in context

bass4funkToday  09:28 am JST

> That’s the problem with the left, they don’t get it until it’s too late and that time is coming and they always do this. 

bass4funkJan. 9  11:19 pm JST

> Broadbrush we are painting again it would seem.

Enough said.

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Posted in: Not all polarization is bad, but U.S. could be in trouble See in context

commanteerJan. 9  08:25 am JST

> And then he went on to call people who oppose him "a dagger at the throat of democracy." Biden and his handlers are all about power - they say what's convenient to that end.

Inaccurate. He called insurrectionist Trump supporters “a dagger at the throat of democracy.” Other, far less dangerous people to our democracy oppose Biden.

Nice false duality.

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Posted in: Thousands rally in Prague against vaccination mandate See in context

bass4funkToday  10:20 am JST

> https://www.rcreader.com/commentary/masks-dont-work-covid-a-review-of-science-relevant-to-covide-19-social-policy

According to the science.

This is an opinion piece, not science. Try again. We’ve been over this numerous times, Bass; opinion pieces are not evidence of anything other than someone’s opinion.

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Posted in: U.S., Japan agree to keep troops on base to curb COVID spread See in context

MontyToday  08:30 am JST

@yubaru

I guess according to you, the Okinawn people should all say thank you US army

And the US Marines for having beaten back the fascist Japanese that used the locals as human shields.

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Posted in: Thousands rally in Prague against vaccination mandate See in context

Wouldn’t it be nice if adults showed enough sophistication that they stop whining about narratives and follow the experts?

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Posted in: 19 dead, including 9 children, in New York apartment fire See in context

Tragic.

My thoughts are with those affected.

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Posted in: Japan overturns decision to cancel U.S. drone acquisition See in context

voiceofokinawaToday  12:13 pm JST

P. Smith (Jan. 9 09:10 am JST),

Okinawa's protests are always bidirectional. When Okinawa lodges protests against the U.S. directly, some say we are barking up a wrong tree. No, that isn’t true. The Japanese government is working only as a red herring for the U.S. government, a real drug. That's all there is to it.

Sounds like your issue is with the Japanese government, so please stop blaming the US.

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Posted in: Japan overturns decision to cancel U.S. drone acquisition See in context

zichiToday  11:13 am JST

Japan has 82 Kawasaki P1/P2 Surveillance aircraft.

Not to mention the number of surveillance aircraft the US operates out of Japan.

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Posted in: Japan overturns decision to cancel U.S. drone acquisition See in context

voiceofokinawaToday  07:34 am JST

Some poster says that Japan takes the initiative in matters concerned with U.S. bases. It may look like so, but in reality it is the U.S. that decides the matter. Tokyo only surmises Washington's real intention and executes the matter out ofsontaku

Sounds like an issue you need to take up with the Japanese government instead of complaining that the US does it.

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Posted in: Japanese prosecutors conduct remote questioning due to pandemic See in context

People who care about basic human rights disagree with Japan’s system of hostage justice.

These remote questionings must have the prosecutors a bit irked given now there can easily be a recording of an interrogation. Recordings of interrogations should be mandatory. The only reason not to is to protect interrogators who overstep their bounds.

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Posted in: Duchess of Cambridge, the reliable royal, turns 40 See in context

The AvengerToday  08:48 am JST

Happy Birthday Duchess Kate. You are an exceptional woman!

Honest question: How is she exceptional?

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Posted in: Tokyo changes age limit for kids going into opposite sex’s bath at hot springs and sento See in context

V.M.Today  06:54 am JST

Japanese people need rules for everything. Tgey can't do anything without rules.

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Sure seems that way.

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Posted in: Tokyo changes age limit for kids going into opposite sex’s bath at hot springs and sento See in context

The new ordinance comes in the wake of a survey by Japan’s Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare last spring which found 6 and 7 to be the ages at which the largest number of children felt embarrassed by being in the bath for the opposite sex.

Uhhh . . . This is an issue for families to deal with themselves, not for the government to legislate. Then again, this is a country where the citizens need to be told by the government when to turn their thermostats up and down and by how many degrees.

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Posted in: Cold kills 22 stuck in cars in heavy snow at Pakistan resort See in context

Tragic.

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Posted in: U.S. open to limiting military exercises, missiles with Russia See in context

Dialogue is mature. Nice to have a president who can engage in dialogue.

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Posted in: Duchess of Cambridge, the reliable royal, turns 40 See in context

Cool. My day will be so much better knowing this.

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Posted in: Former Australian PM, treasurer test positive as Omicron cases hit new highs See in context

BlacklabelJan. 8  11:29 pm JST

Sounds intelligent enough. 

Doesn’t change the fact that media, scientists, politicians and now the courts have cleared lied to us.

What doesn’t sound intelligent at all is claiming the scientists lied to us. You yourself have posted evidence that scientists have never claimed the vaccines are 100% effective.

As for politicians, lying is their game; not to mention they aren’t medical experts. Just look at 45. Not only did he lie through his presidency, he lied before it, and continues to do so. Yet, you beehive his lies despite him having no evidence.

As for the courts, not medical experts.

Instead of living your life based off narratives, try listening to the actual experts. Not the narratives built by non-experts. Have a slight amount of sophistication.

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Posted in: Doctor arrested for filming up girl’s skirt See in context

This will likely end in a settlement with the doctor paying off the girl.

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Posted in: Doctor arrested for filming up girl’s skirt See in context

While I agree it’s long overdue for Japan to have a sex offenders registry, I’m not convinced this act would make him a sex offender.

https://www.findlaw.com/criminal/criminal-charges/sex-offenders-and-sex-offenses-overview.html

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Posted in: Doctor arrested for filming up girl’s skirt See in context

kurisupisuToday  08:19 pm JST

There are quite a few maladjusted doctors in Japan - most of their formative lives they are prepping to pass exams and don’t get out much…

Doesn’t this hold true for most Japanese people?

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