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Posted in: N Korea fires two short-range ballistic missiles into Sea of Japan See in context

Nowadays if you wanna get some attention and possible some help you have to have some coronavirus cases.

Launching missiles no longer works.

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Posted in: For some Fukushima evacuees, Olympics no reason for cheer See in context

We don't need to cancel the Olympics, just postpone them for six to twelve months until the situation is under control.

Once the Coronavirus is over (and it will be over) people and businesses would naturally want to make up for lost time.

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Posted in: Two men found dead in Indian restaurant due to possible carbon monoxide poisoning See in context

It's hard to find carbon monoxide detectors at retail stores and the general population is not educated on their usefulness.

If you try to go to a store and ask for one they don't even try to search for it, they say "no" at a lightning speed.

I remember ordering a few online and when I gave one as a present they politely said thanks but it was clear they just couldn't care less about it.

And yes, I also saw people using a kerosene heater in their bedroom!

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Posted in: Teacher who sat for anthem deserved pay cut: Japan court See in context

So, people in a wheelchair will be forced to stand as well? We don't want them to disrupt the ceremony either.

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Posted in: Japan eyes compulsory 5 days' paid holiday a year See in context

The article is poorly written, Japan has 15 statutory holidays while Spain has 32 paid holidays? Do they mean paid holidays = paid vacation days? or does paid holidays include also include statutory holidays? I assume the term statutory holiday means "national holiday" which is separate from "paid vacation days" So, do Spanish workers enjoy 32 paid vacation days on top of their national holidays or it's all combined?

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Posted in: Sayonara See in context

This is kinda weird.

Obama is not a company executive, manager, or a company worker, he is the president of the United States. You just don't take the president of the Unites States to a .... "restaurant" or let him stay at a ... "hotel" no matter how fancy they are.

Jiro should have prepared sushi for Obama at a state dinner, not in this "shop" in Roppongi. I understand that Japan is trying to promote the image of it's establishment, but these actions are kinda of no no.

I am pretty sure if the White House would have treated Abe to the same deal (restaurant and hotel) there would have been plenty of comments in Japan. I am surprised that the Obama team has accepted this arrangement.

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Posted in: Fishermen take cover to slaughter dolphins in face of Western criticism See in context

"Dietary culture"

What kind of culture is it, if you go a great length to hide from the rest of the world?

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Posted in: Fish shop owner arrested for putting sewing needles in fish at rival supermarket in Osaka See in context

Don't joke too much about it.

You swallow a needle - you die.

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