PharaohChromium comments

Posted in: Bitcoin tops $66,000, sets record as crypto goes mainstream See in context

Working in real jobs, studying real things and investing in real businesses..

Lol weak. I work six days a week in a "real" job. And I'm up half a million US on my crypto this year alone. Profits already taken.

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Posted in: Tokyo area set to end COVID-19 restrictions on eateries See in context

Wondering when the masks can come off? 

Lol. Unfortunately, never. The perpetual nightmare isn't going away so easily.

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Posted in: Chapelle special spurs Netflix walkout; 'Trans lives matter' See in context

I watched it. I didn't hear or see anything hateful. It was comedy. I thought he made that pretty clear.

Yeah, but they're a sensitive bunch.

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Posted in: Bitcoin tops $66,000, sets record as crypto goes mainstream See in context

Bitcoin just started its next rally.

Bitcoin trading on the NYSE.

Sad no coiners no where in sight (although I believe they will chime in soon copewojak.jpg)

Been holding since $3k - come at me!

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Posted in: Woman gets 3 years in jail for starvation death of 10-month-old daughter See in context

3 years ain't enough

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Posted in: Japanese billionaire Maezawa not afraid ahead of space trip See in context

"I want to tell you that dreams do come true, (...)" he said in Moscow on Thursday.

... for a select few billionaires, but likely not for most of us peasants.

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Posted in: Most NZ health care workers, teachers to be legally required to get vaccinated See in context

Welp, the world's gone mad. Was fun while it lasted.

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Posted in: China declares all cryptocurrency transactions illegal See in context

Oh look, it's this story again. And the uneducated still flock to the comment section to feel vindicated for never buying in.

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Posted in: Australian PM rejects Chinese criticism of nuclear sub deal See in context

Of course Biden forgot his name. That bumbling mess can barely push out a coherent sentence.

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Posted in: Japan's top COVID-19 adviser wary of easing restrictions See in context

What restrictions? Lol. Not sitting down at the combini to eat?

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Posted in: Canada election up in air with one week to go See in context

Bye bye Trudeau. Scumbag.

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

I'm not yet vaccinated. And that's on purpose. I am not interested in the mRNA vaccine. But I am open to a more traditional approach. If all goes well, I'll be happy to take this jab early next year.

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

Good! Let's get back to normal already.

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Posted in: Mother arrested over death of 3-month-old son See in context

Man, my heart just breaks for that poor boy. The only people he knows and trusts are his parents. His sole connection to the world and the trash that is his mother destroyed his only link to what is fair and good. The pain, fear and suffering he would have felt before crossing over. Absolutely terrible. As a parent, I can't imagine this happening to my son. Insane.

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Posted in: Police find missing Ugandan weightlifter in Mie Prefecture See in context

Yeah, his poor wife is going to whoop his ass. Good.

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Posted in: Bach admits 'sleepless nights' over troubled Tokyo Olympics See in context

Cry me a river...

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Posted in: Australia to deport British commentator Hopkins for quarantine breach boast See in context

Has Australia really slid down this far into an Orwellian Big Brother society already?

It's definitely getting there!

Just look at their intense lockdowns for all those covid deaths! /s

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Posted in: Olympics worker arrested for allegedly raping woman at stadium See in context

Retaining benefit of the doubt in favor of a rapist and not the victim.

Really?

Nope.

If she said he raped her, then he raped her.

Women don't suddenly get a hankering to have sex voluntarily with men they only just met hours ago, in a public place, during their work hours. This does not happen.

But a man raping a woman wherever and whenever he can get her into a place where she is vulnerable and no one can hear her cry out for help? This happens all the time, including in the workplace.

Guilty.

Yikes.

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Posted in: Sydney tightens lockdown as virus outbreak grows See in context

Pathetic.

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Posted in: Internet misinformation fans COVID vaccine hesitancy among Japanese young people See in context

What does this even mean?

It means the mass hysteria perpetuated by media and governments is the main problem here. People aren't dying in the streets. The virus is just simply, not that bad. Furthermore, if one out of every 10,000 covid cases dies, a whole country or major city/state area in the world can be locked down. Yet if someone dies from the experimental vaccine, they won't cancel the program. All of this is to impose control and take away your freedoms. People can't see through the BS. And what doesn't help is that they will slowly, more and more, turn the vaccinated zombies against the unvaccinated (more divide and conquer), all while giving you NONE of your freedom back. If anything, it will be short lived before the next variant comes along, the next booster shot comes along, ad nauseum.

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Posted in: Internet misinformation fans COVID vaccine hesitancy among Japanese young people See in context

"Media propaganda furthers divide and conquer tactics". Fixed it for you. A genuine deadly pandemic doesn't require 24/7 advertising on the news to remind you it exists. It doesn't require endless propaganda. However, psyops do.

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Posted in: Meghan, Prince Harry to develop new Netflix animated series See in context

Sounds great... /s

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Posted in: Japan to issue vaccine passports free of charge See in context

Yeah, I'm good. Thanks. I can't believe people are going through with this stuff. Do you think vaccine passports will ever be repealed one day? The government won't just willingly give you freedom back unless you take it back.

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Posted in: Billionaire blast off: Richard Branson plans space trip ahead of rival Bezos See in context

Great. All while people are starving, dying and living in poverty all around the globe. Who cares.

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Posted in: Child welfare worker fined for indecent behavior with junior high school girl See in context

So, essentially, government supported, high-class prostitution?

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Posted in: Tokyo nightlife bustles despite state of emergency See in context

You are being conditioned to view your freedom as selfish. Do whatever the hell you want. Living in central Tokyo, catching busy trains daily, being surrounded by hundreds of people at work all day, I haven't seen a single issue affect anyone I know, from COVID. It's a joke. Do.what.ever.you.want.

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Posted in: Japan prepares to inoculate adolescents aged 12-15 against COVID See in context

Like hell my kid is taking that experimental crap.

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Posted in: 'No-Mask Picnic Day' organizers cancel their outing See in context

Even being cynical as possible, the rich benefit probably the most from keeping people around as long as they aren't improving their lot in life too much or threatening their power.

I'm often told to 'trust the science' which is nowadays akin to trusting the system. I don't trust the system. Things are changing and they really don't mind to eliminate a large number of us by forcing their poison on us. I'm guessing we won't have to wait too long to see the effects of all this. I guess around a decade. Through my own reading and research, I personally will not enable the future that they want. I am rejecting what the system is telling me to do.

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Posted in: 'No-Mask Picnic Day' organizers cancel their outing See in context

Why? Who is benefiting from this and how?

Do you believe they really care about you and want to keep you all around to continue damaging the earth for their future?

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Posted in: 'No-Mask Picnic Day' organizers cancel their outing See in context

Why? Who is benefiting from this and how?

Big pharma are getting richer. And it will in good time decrease human population for the rich elite. That's about it.

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