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Posted in: Australia to expand rollout of fifth COVID vaccine shot See in context

Hahahaha. I wonder if there will be a sixth shot? Hmmm... /s

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Posted in: Russia asks Pink Floyd's Roger Waters to speak on Ukraine arms at U.N. See in context

I agree with his criticism of Israel at least.

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Posted in: Man, ex-wife arrested for brainwashing girl with view to sexual assault See in context

Ha! Isn't one wife enough?

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Posted in: Who are the best new artists? Check TikTok See in context

No.

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Posted in: Djokovic back at top of ATP rankings; Sabalenka No. 2 in WTA See in context

Now THAT is a tennis player. Doesn't blame injuries, he overcomes them. Doesn't blame the court or the balls, he does better. Doesn't blame other players' heights or say he was tired that day, or blame and cry about the fans or depression, he excels.

I agree. Excellent sportsmanship. No knee-jerk reaction to the mouth-breathing, rabid critics. Just accepts the hand given him, and excels. Its a beautiful thing to see. Goes to show how you don't need to bend the knee to make it.

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Posted in: Japan decides to ease medical rules on COVID-19 on May 8 See in context

Has anyone here actually been outside of Japan recently?

Yes. To Australia only two weeks ago. On the flight they even announce that masks are not required on the flight. Barely anyone wore them. And maybe only like 5% of weirdos still wear them in Australia.

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Posted in: Japan decides to ease medical rules on COVID-19 on May 8 See in context

We still need socialite medical support for Long Covid, as under the ADA long covid is considered a disability in the US and they are also pushing for the same thing in New Zealand. We still need the public educated on the possible ramifications of catching covid to be best informed for the risks one decides to take in society...

"Long covid" is another way of saying the vaccine side effects wreaking havoc on your immune system. They lied to you. And they will NEVER admit it on any mainstream source.

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Posted in: Japan decides to ease medical rules on COVID-19 on May 8 See in context

Good. Quit wasting everyone's time with this BS psyop.

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Posted in: Some fear COVID downgrade may cause more infections See in context

"I am afraid we may no longer be able to protect the safety of children," said a school teacher

what goddamn planet are these morons living on? Kids have been least affected by all of this. You’re ruining their development with your bs daily mask use!

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Posted in: WHO renames monkeypox as mpox, citing racism concerns See in context

Everyone is too soft and thin-skinned.

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Posted in: Musk gives ultimatum to Twitter staff: Work intense, long hours or lose your job See in context

That would be a poor business decision - the people still there see how the ones that were booted received no sympathy. This kills employee loyalty, as there is suddenly no permanence to any role, so why would an employee have any loyalty to the company?

I mean no sympathy needed from us readers. Mostly in response to @Speed's concern about them putting food on the table. Yknow, the comment I initially quoted.

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Posted in: Musk gives ultimatum to Twitter staff: Work intense, long hours or lose your job See in context

LMAO, this isn't the criticism you think it is, a job like that sounds awesome. Why do boomers feel they must suffer and be uncomfortable in their jobs for them to be worthwhile? Jealousy?

If you can score a job like that, all the power to you. Just saying that they don't need any sympathy.

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Posted in: Musk gives ultimatum to Twitter staff: Work intense, long hours or lose your job See in context

To us readers, we see a whole slew of numbers of workers, profit, losses etc. but these are people trying to put food on their table.

They're really not. They're lazy millenials that often work from home, or work in an incredibly cushy office and expensive meals all provided. They often gloat about it on tiktok (if you can find the videos). Not to mention that so many of the employees are happy to collude against the general public by pushing agendas, or stifling views they don't agree with. I have zero sympathy for them.

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Posted in: Kevin Spacey faces 7 further sex offense charges in UK See in context

He seems so scummy.

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Posted in: Fears of war spillover ease after NATO says missile on Poland was Ukrainian stray See in context

Well, that will be enough for the pro-Russia crowd to justify the war for another day then: "Look, Ukraine lied."

Not sure which is worse. Them, or all the pro-Ukraine folk frothing at the mouth yesterday unable to accept that it might have been Ukrainian.

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Posted in: Biden says missile that killed two in Poland may not have come from Russia See in context

Biden now saying that missile was "unlikely to have been fired from Russia". Yet all the normies are here downvoting anyone who says otherwise.

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Posted in: Biden says missile that killed two in Poland may not have come from Russia See in context

Photo analyses of missile fragments show that they belong to a 48D6 motor of the 5V55-series missile of the S-300AD system. A Ukrainian missile. This was a false flag.

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Posted in: Japan's 8th COVID wave could surpass previous wave's peak, say experts See in context

What is going wrong?

What is going wrong? It's called a psychological operation with no end in sight.

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Posted in: Sean Penn loans Oscar to Zelenskyy until Ukraine wins war See in context

I find it amazing, that, despite being an active warzone - rich morons have the time and freedom to enter said warzone to do pointless, trivial things like this. Just amazing.

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Posted in: Japan's 8th COVID wave could surpass previous wave's peak, say experts See in context

Lol sure it would. I guess it's about time to ramp up the fear campaign, eh?

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Posted in: Apple says iPhone production hit by China COVID lockdown See in context

Ohhh noooo. Not the heckin iPhone. Not my beloved iPhone!!! drools

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Posted in: Nearly half of LGBTQ teens in Japan have considered suicide: survey See in context

What made them LGBTQ in the first place? Nature? Lack of education? Society?

A boy born as a boy. A girl as a girl. Why complicated yourself, life and the world?

Unfortunately many of them have succumb to propaganda and social pressure to conform. Anyone with their head screwed on right has noticed how these problems have dramatically escalated over the past decade or so. The kids are in trouble.

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Posted in: McDonald’s restroom sink in Japan that washes your smartphone has people feeling the future See in context

I like germs. They're good for you.

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Posted in: Migos rapper Takeoff dead after Houston shooting, rep says See in context

Who? Why do I never hear of these rappers until they're shot dead?

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Posted in: Pfizer COVID vaccine clears Japan panel for use with young children See in context

You are a vaccine free-rider. 

Haha yeah, right. I will however stay vaccine free.

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Posted in: Body found in Chiba river may be that of missing 7-year-old girl See in context

As a Matsudo resident, with a young child of my own, that's just horrible. Poor family. I can't even begin to imagine how difficult that would be to deal with as a parent. Rest in peace, little one.

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Posted in: Retreating Russians leave their comrades' bodies behind See in context

Do people honestly believe Russia is losing this fight? They're taking land, and yet they are losing? If this is losing, I'd hate to see what winning is like...

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Posted in: Strong U.S. dollar an unstoppable force endangering other currencies See in context

Strong now, but for how long?

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Posted in: Kremlin says referendum result paves way to annex part of Ukraine See in context

Regarding the Nord Stream Pipeline, Biden said publicly (in February, check it out on YouTube) that "we (the U.S.) will bring an end to it", and he even followed it up with a promise. This is the same guy that says that methane is a massive contributor to global warming. Are you paying attention yet?

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Posted in: U.N. warns up to 345 million people facing starvation See in context

But alas, we mourn the filthy rich royals.

We sit by as food manufacturing plants are destroyed almost weekly or monthly, seemingly by chance.

We allow greedy rich pricks like Bill Gates to be the largest owner of farm land in the world.

Country's militaries get fed more and more money.

Yay!

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