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Posted in: U.S. Olympic athletes detail anti-Asian racism See in context

When those racists know their victim knows karate, they think twice. And some grannies fight back with wooden planks!

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Posted in: Japan strengthens anti-virus measures in Tokyo, Kyoto, Okinawa See in context


The clampdowns will be more strict -glad to be in the UK where the virus is being eradicated.

So, did you manage do get the vaccination with the NHS, courtesy of tax-paying UK residents?

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Posted in: Suga planning visits to India, Philippines to counter China's growing clout See in context

Modi and Duterte? Really??!!!!

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Posted in: COVID-19 patient in Japan receives world's first lung transplant from living donors See in context

Certainly not just like a flu then?

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Posted in: Princess Mako's boyfriend expresses resolve to marry her See in context

Maybe they can just dekichatta it.

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Posted in: Rapid coronavirus testing centers to open at Tokyo's Haneda airport See in context


Google is your friend Pukey. Anywhere between 17-22k all in. By the way that is cheaper than what yo have to pay in London to get the right forms as demanded by Japanese Immigration to come back...Plus your day 2 and day 8 tests in the UK are not free. You have to pay. Catches all over the place.

The test and certificate at Heathrow only costs about 80 pounds which doesn't come anywhere near 17-22,000 yen. Plus, I had to pay well over 20,000 yen for a limousine because we're not allowed to use public transport from Haneda/Narita. Plus, are these day 2 and 8 tests in the UK obligatory (if you stay home?).

Catches all over the place, yes. But more so in Japan. I don't see the French having to pay for these tests.

Most of my older relatives abroad have already had their first vaccination. In Japan, the most important people in the country, the Olympic athletes, haven't even had theirs yet.

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Posted in: 5 students arrested after putting glue on playground equipment See in context

The boys told police they did it because they thought it would be fun.

It sure would be fun if they'd glued themselves to the toilet seat!

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Posted in: Uighur community calls for Japanese firms to take action on forced labor See in context

Is kinda sad when muslim had to cry for aid in western countries and even in Japan, while the whole middle east is turning a blind eye toward these crimes. Heck, they practically are ignoring it. Aren't they very protective of their religion?

LOL! The Middle East (especially the peninsular where construction workers and domestic workers/slaves dropping dead like flies) and Japan have shameful working conditions themselves, especially for foreign workers. Maybe that's why. Saying something might put yourself in the spotlight.

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Posted in: Princess Mako's boyfriend expresses resolve to marry her See in context

This is going to become one of the longest engagements ever!

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Posted in: Rapid coronavirus testing centers to open at Tokyo's Haneda airport See in context


Do the airlines and immigration/airport authorities recognize the results or certificates issued by these hole-in-the-wall places?

I'd like to know too. Is there also a catch? Like, is it going to cost 15,000 yen to get a certificate needed to travel abroad? That's another dirty trick those clinics have up their sleeves. At London Heathrow Airport, they just print it off an ordinary printer right in front of your face. Maybe 5p for the paper and ink?

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Posted in: Leaders of Russia and China tighten their grips, grow closer See in context

All that's missing is Kim and Trump, then there'd be a big old party!

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Posted in: China warns Washington not to boycott Winter Olympics See in context

China can't demand. While I don't care what happens to any future Olympics, I do think there is a double standard. It was known that Russians were cheating bigly, and that they were killing gays and have done nothing against racism. And yet, there was no boycott. The result? More cheating and absolutely no change in human rights. And they're still killing off political opponents. I don't know whether this preferential treatment towards Russia was because most of them are white or because Russia isn't giving America a run for its money with regards to economy size and power. So why exactly was there no boycott of Sochi?

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Posted in: Leaders of Russia and China tighten their grips, grow closer See in context

Make no mistake, there's still a lot of mistrust between these two.

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Posted in: Japan considers prioritizing Olympic athletes for COVID-19 vaccination See in context

jiji XxToday 07:31 am JST

taking a leaf out of New Zealand's book?

Mar. 25 07:12 pm JST Posted in: New Zealand Olympians to get early access to COVID-19 vaccine  See in context

aah, must be great to be a member of the elite.

There's a difference. NZ has by and large contained the pandemic and there are very few cases, so the need for vaccination is not so urgent. And also, NZ athletes will be travelling to an infected country, so they need to be protected, unlike NZers who are staying withing their own borders. Japanese athletes aren't travelling anywhere.

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Posted in: France opens giant stadium for vaccinations amid virus surge See in context

How they are all happily lining to up to processed for a happy future eerily reminds me of the image in in "Logans Run".

I'm sure most people want to live way beyond the age of 21.

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Posted in: Why is North Korea skipping the Tokyo Olympics? See in context

Didn't they torture they're soccer team after they lost a match??

I think you're thinking of Iraq and Saddam Hussein's son.

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Posted in: Putin signs law allowing him 2 more terms as Russia's leader See in context


No, conservatives don’t like this guy at all, but they know he’s not the real threat, Xi is.

The ONLY reason why you and the crazy GQP think Xi is the greatest threat is because China is about to overtake USA as the biggest economy soon. Amerika wants a global monopoly on power and is not willing to share it with anyone else, even if with an 'ally' like Japan or India. If Russia were the second largest economy, you can bet the GQP will be panicking about Putin. If India, then GQP would be turning on Modi. Your fat guy loser was willing to make private deals with any dictator, be it Putin, Kim or Xi.

But sure, if you want to be friends with Putin, go ahead.

By the way, the fat guy lost.

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Posted in: New Zealand-Australia travel bubble to start on April 19 See in context

Maybe OZ/NZ can link up with Taiwan/Palau.

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Posted in: Suga willing to establish 'children's agency' See in context

It's like the LDP is living on another planet.

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Posted in: Kofu City official gives speech telling new employees to 'play around' to fix birth rate issue See in context

Let's see:

Shotgun weddings

Miserable marriages

Broken homes

Women unable to work

Empty wallets due to payments for education


Yeah, what could possibly go wrong with this line of thinking?

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Posted in: Japan expresses concerns to China about territorial waters, Hong Kong, Uighur situation See in context

Why? It was Muslim land before the Han Chinese showed up and subjugated them. Let the Han Chinese get out.

Sure. Let the Japanese get out of Ryukyu. Let the Americans get out of Hawaii (or the whole of America, except for the natives). Where do we stop? I'm sure North Africa didn't always used to be muslim.

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Posted in: Assemblyman in Mie reveals same-sex couple's address online See in context


There is a word for this in Mexico. It is called Doxing, and it is a crime.

I think the word doxing (from docs) is now universal.

That guy looks like a creep, anyway.

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Posted in: In apology, Amazon admits some drivers in U.S. have to 'pee in bottles' See in context

The lack of public toilets may or may not be a factor, but there was no excuse for workers in meat packing plants and slaughterhouses to dump their stuff there and then.

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Posted in: Don't overhype Ikee's return, pleads Japan teammate Irie See in context

And then the pressure starts again.

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Posted in: Putin signs law allowing him 2 more terms as Russia's leader See in context

And then another two terms, and then another.

I'm not fond of men who are so self-insecure they have to wear hidden high heel shoes.

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Posted in: Assemblyman in Mie reveals same-sex couple's address online See in context

This disgusting excuse of a tax-payer funded worker needs to know who is paying his salary and who he is accountable to. I wonder how he would feel if his address and details of his private life were splashed everywhere.

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Posted in: N Korea says it won't take part in Tokyo Olympics due to COVID-19 concerns See in context

With another wave starting in Japan, NK won't be the first to avoid coming here.

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Posted in: Quasi-emergency COVID-19 measures begin in Osaka, Hyogo, Miyagi prefectures See in context

The word 'quasi' just about describes how this incompetent government has handled the situation.

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Posted in: Female monarchs to be debated as Japan looks to secure imperial line See in context

Dear lord, what is the point? We all know nothing will change. There's a lot to be said about pretending to do something.

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