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Posted in: High court says Twitter need not delete tweets on man's arrest history See in context

Internet never forgets and it shouldn't. The British Library and The Library of Congress store every newspaper ever published. So say for example there is an article from 10 years ago about me that I do not want anyone to see. No one can expecting for that article in that newspaper to be physically cut out or the microfilm to be altered so that I can be forgotten?? This is same, you did it, live with it and if you are going to regret what you did, then you should not have done it in the first place....

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Posted in: China forces birth control on Uighurs to suppress population See in context

People here say don't blame the Chinese people, blame CCP. It is the people that allow CCP to exist... Therefore the people are equally guilty of what CCP does, so all Chinese people are to blame for what is going on, no exceptions.

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Posted in: Man arrested for attempted murder of mother, brother See in context

Japan does not have as a harmonious and peace loving society as they try to portray... Now you might understand why there are no guns allowed here, if they were it would be worse than in Mexico.

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Posted in: As virus surges, Trump under pressure to wear mask See in context

And trump, who gets tested daily for the virus, wants to stop testing and encourages people not to wear masks!!

Is he our Pied Piper leading everyone off the cliff??

He just wants to have many rallies so he can win the election. He doesn't care how many die, as long as there are more votes for him than for the opposition. But he's method is going to kill more Republicans.

So the answer is, don't protest at his rallies, let them all come and watch his support base die off...

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Posted in: As virus surges, Trump under pressure to wear mask See in context

You're confusing Trump with Democrats.

Trump used to be a Democrat, until he found out he can't win as one and decided that there are more gullible Republicans he can appeal to.

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Posted in: Japan conveys objection to Trump's plan to add S Korea to G-7 See in context

Considering Russia's oil, mineral and precious metal reserves and military strength, it is stupid in my opinion to exclude it. There was a similar situation after WWII and the result was cold war. Talking is much better than stubbing each other quietly in the dark...

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Posted in: Man arrested for fatally stabbing woman in Shizuoka Prefecture See in context


Agree with you 100%

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Posted in: Japanese university awards first-ever ninja studies degree See in context


Also, why is he using an axe? His head or hand or even..... his testicals to chop the wood! Or maybe just looking at it for a long time and concentrate all the ninja powers to BOOM and split the wood in to chopsticks...

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Posted in: Japanese university awards first-ever ninja studies degree See in context

There is a picture of a man chopping wood... So the ninja way is one chop splits the wood into 18 pieces? There must be some special reason for that photo I assume... Can't possible be just normal wood chopping, one swing one split...

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Posted in: Japanese startup creates internet-connected face mask See in context

Yes, corona became a BIG business opportunity!

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Posted in: Japanese startup creates internet-connected face mask See in context

A 4,300 yen machine that converts Japanese to gibberish, nice!

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Posted in: Police to set up website to collect photos, videos in disasters See in context

Who owns the copyright?

I think you give that right up once you publish it on a public website without a copyright notice...

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Posted in: U.S. demanded Japan pay $8 bil annually for troops: Bolton See in context

It seems US wants other countries to pay for protecting US interests! Japan should not rely on US for defence. US is not a country it once was! It's time for Japan to start defending itself, get some nukes, a rocket defence system like S400 which is better than US one( faster and no stupid booster which drops on to someones head)... And get some Migs which are far better than the F series. And most importantly stop kissing US arse all the time! Noting good will come from it, as US has a very long history of betraying their friends!!!

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Posted in: Tom Petty's family tells Trump not to use late rock star's songs for 'campaign of hate' See in context

Gene Simmons, Ted Nugent, Kid Rock, Kanye West, Wayne Newton. And I guess Ralph Macchio isn't a musician, so that makes all of about five.

Trump's campaign will get to choose from such gems as Cat Scratch Fever and Daddy, Don't You Walk So Fast.

Thank you!

Lucky me, I haven't got a single song by those people and never will :-)

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Posted in: Tom Petty's family tells Trump not to use late rock star's songs for 'campaign of hate' See in context

 there are plenty of artists that will allow the President to use their music.

For example?

Tell me, and I will make sure to never purchase or listen to their songs ever...

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Posted in: Studio Ghibli films coming to cinemas for 'once in a lifetime' event this summer See in context

Would love to see them, but I have to drive 75km to the nearest participating cinema.

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Posted in: Human rights demo? Thanks but no thanks, says Kurdish residents' association See in context

 the guy broke many traffic regulations and didnt comply with police and try to speed away to avoid taking responsibility....

Police said he did, but did he? Did the police show evidence of his unlawful actions? I do not see that in the article... Every patrol car is equipped with a drive recorder. Did they give this recording to the newspapers? No, why not? Maybee it does not show what they say and you're prepared to trust their word without any evidence? I wouldn't!!!!

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Posted in: South's unification minister resigns as Korean tensions rise See in context

once it became clear Kim had no intent to voluntarily deal away the nukes he likely sees as his strongest guarantee of survival.

I could have told them that over a year ago and saved everybody a lot of time and money. There is no way Kim is going to give up the nukes, period. I was just laughing at the site of Trump and Moon trying so hard and Kim leading them by their noses. The program has to be shut down and dismantled by external forces...

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Posted in: Woman arrested after trying to kill one-year-old son See in context

And another one that should not have had children!!!!

I got really surprised about all the reports of housewifes being stressed out during the 'Stay home' because they had their children at home full time. So a question popped into my head, why do you have children? If you don't like spending time with them, then don't reproduce. And here is my answer, social pressure. Everyone around you (including parent and grandparents) ask "when are you going to have a baby?" and then "another baby?"

People should know their own limitations.

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Posted in: Balloon-like object in sky sets Twitter afire with talk of UFOs See in context

A North Korean high tech spy drone!!!!

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Posted in: NHK to retrain staff after criticism of cartoon about black Americans See in context

Retrain???? Who is going to be the trainer, some Japanese office employee? That is not going to work.... Employ some multiracial staff instead and get them to review before publishing...

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Posted in: Ex-justice minister, wife arrested over alleged vote buying See in context

Politicians are pathological liars

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Posted in: Prosecutors decide not to indict man for killing homeless woman in Ueno Park See in context

I assume there is no security camera at the location where she was killed. Therefore the camera that has spotted him was elsewhere, is it not possible that he was not the one that killed her but was in a wrong place at a wrong time? It seems everyone here have already judged, sentenced and executed him without having all necessary information.

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Posted in: Japanese startup's launch of compact rocket fails See in context

Try and try again

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Posted in: U.S. lawmakers ask Zoom to clarify China ties after it suspends accounts See in context

People who join these anti Chinese activities should always use vpn to hide their physical location.

It is obvious China will do anything to prevent this type of meeting. It is an evil state and must be treated with great vigilance and suspicion!!! People must learn to protect themselves...

During the US/USSR cold war, In US there were Communist witch hunts, why aren't there any Chinese witch hunts? It is no different from USSR!!! The playbook is the same....

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Posted in: U.S. lawmakers ask Zoom to clarify China ties after it suspends accounts See in context

And Zoom caved in, shame on them!!!!

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Posted in: North Korea says little reason to maintain Kim-Trump ties See in context

I am not surprised. They think that Trump has a much lower chance of being re-elected now. So they need to prepare for Biden as he will go back to the old ways, no more romances...

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Posted in: Australian PM calls for Black Lives Matter protesters to be charged See in context

People who say that whites do not experience racism have no idea what you are talking about.

As a white man, have you ever been to a pub in Brixton? The one near the Brixton Police station that was set on fire during the Brixton riots.

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Posted in: Man convicted of stealing local gov't hard drives with personal data See in context

Why is this even a factor, it's like as long as you express remorse you get a suspended sentence. Do the crime, do the time.

Because they love it here in Japan when people grovel on the floor apologising! And they say things like "he bowed for 60 seconds, he really meant it" or "he only bowed for 25 seconds and that is not good enough, he isn't really sorry for what he did". Makes the prosecutors look good and humane.

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Posted in: Japan to tighten regulations on dangerous bicycle riding See in context

How are they going to enforce it?

Are they going to have undercover bicycle police standing on every corner ready to pounce on every offender? I don't think so!!! Just another useless piece of legislation that has wasted time which could have been used for something more productive.

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