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Posted in: Police say 3 dead, 4 hurt in latest California shooting See in context


Two is not a trend. What is a trend is mass shootings in general, and police brutality. Just another day in freedom-loving America.

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Posted in: Trump opens 2024 run; says he's 'more committed' than ever See in context

Having said that, I wouldn't mind seeing Biden have another 4-year term!

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Posted in: Trump opens 2024 run; says he's 'more committed' than ever See in context

He's vile, nasty, corrupt. America deserves to have him as the next president.

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Posted in: Kishida says return to deflation can't be ruled out See in context


Which is why I say having the highest population sometimes isn't something to boast about.

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Posted in: Dentsu officials admit to Tokyo Olympic test event bid rigging See in context

The Olympics are over, so no problem

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Posted in: What's the best onsen facility you have been to in Japan? See in context

I was going to say my local onsen because it was cheap. But having looked at the website the other day, I've changed my mind. Pre-covid it was about 650 yen. Now it's about 950 yen.

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Posted in: Apartments with no bath or shower rising in popularity among young Tokyoites, report says See in context


I have to say, I take more showers at the gym than at home. Sometimes, I don't even have a single shower at home during the week. But I would never want an apt without one, because you never know when you might need it. Using the gym means I can have a hot shower for as long as I like, without having to worry about the gas bill.

What next, apts with no toilets?


Trying to normalise and glamourise homes that are not fit for use. These places would not be legal in many countries, shouldn’t be in a first world country like Japan.

There are channels on YT which try to normalize incredibly small apts. It just isn't right. This is not something people in a developed country should have to put up with.

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Posted in: We'd never expected that the box would be stolen. We're sorry for failing to deliver the support provided by residents. See in context

You don't need to make a charitable donation. If you're a tax-payer, you're already donating.

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Posted in: Magazine warns Japanese society on verge of becoming an 'income-based caste system' See in context

Japan can thank America and the Plaza Accord for the sinking of their economy. Trying to do the same with China now.

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Posted in: Djokovic tops Paul to set up final clash with Tsitsipas in Australian Open See in context

A Belarussian and Russian-Kazakh into the women's final. And a Serb and Russian-Greek into the men's final.

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Posted in: Australian Open chief tells Djokovic family: 'Be really careful' See in context

Exceedingly good:

Not a surprise. Most Serbians are supporting Russia. You wouldn't actually expect them to be pro NATO.

Their memories of being bombed by NATO are still fresh in their minds. I still remember NATO destroying the Chinese embassy in Belgrade, killing innocent people inside.

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Posted in: Leaders are meant to keep state secrets. Just not at home. See in context

Republicans and Democrats are just as bad as each other. Both conniving, selfish, corrupt, war-loving.

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Posted in: EU wants to send more migrants away as unauthorized arrivals grow See in context

If the west would stop supporting coups, wars and taking advantage of resources in poorer countries, there wouldn't be so many people desperate to leave their homes.

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Posted in: Kishida cautious about same-sex marriage See in context

But won't SMS give Kishida brownie points from the west? Even the comedian from Ukraine has promised to make SMS legal.

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Posted in: Japan tightens Russia sanctions after deadly missile strikes in Ukraine See in context

Up the sanctions. Switch off the Sakhalin taps providing gas to Japan. That will really hurt Russia.

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Posted in: Commentator Dokic hits out at 'fat-shaming' trolls at Australian Open See in context

The other day I came across an interview with her three years ago on Ozzie TV. She'd lost a lot of weight and looked stunning, so I was shocked that she'd gained all the weight back. Th French player, Bartoli, also suddenly gained a lot of weight when she retired. They shouldn't change just to satisfy other people. and fat-shaming them for their appearance isn't right. But people have to think about their health. Being obese is not healthy. And health is the number one reason why obese people should lose weight. Anyway, Dokic suffered a lot under her father.

I also remember her win over Hingis. But this came after Hingis' mental breakdown and humiliation at the 1999 French Open Final, when after months of taunting and disrespecting Steffi Graf, and showing no sportsmanship during the match, going over to the other side, arguing with the umpire and managers, lost the match when she was close to winning. It gave me great pleasure to see Dokic beat her a few weeks later.

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Posted in: Sustainable influencers take on fast fashion See in context

Fast fashion isn't necesarrily the main problem. The problem is that people just over-buy and throw stuff away after a year or two. I like Uniqlo clothes, but I don't shop often, simply because their clothes last ages. I have T-shirts and sweaters from them which have lasted well over a decade, and still going strong.

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Posted in: Sakhalin exception: The Russian energy Japan can't quit See in context

Is this what we used to call 'hypocrisy'?

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Posted in: Domino’s Japan creates a bacon shake for dipping pizzas into See in context

Sweet mother of Jesus. Where does the madness stop?

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Posted in: Japan’s ramen is too cheap; restaurants should raise their prices, famous soccer player says See in context

Rich guy with no empathy for the ordinary joe. Never liked him in the first place. Like many famous football players, totally overpaid.

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Posted in: U.S. media rocked by layoffs amid economic gloom See in context

Didn't CNN+ (streaming service) shut down within days? Talk about embarrassing.

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Posted in: 43-year-old bosozoku biker arrested for reckless driving See in context

These people are cockroaches. I don't know how this country tolerates so much noise pollution, whether it's hot-rodders, music blasting out in supermarkets, noisy politicians with megaphones, or pachinko parlors.

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Posted in: Anti-monarchists plan protests at coronation of Britain's King Charles See in context

Last time people held up blank signs in the UK, they got arrested. Compare this with those holding up blank signs in China and nothing happened to them.

On another note, Diana is probably rolling in her grave at the mere mention of 'Queen' Camilla.

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Posted in: Democrats: Biden should be 'embarrassed' by classified docs case See in context

Trump and Biden need to share a cell. Room mates.

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Posted in: U.S. media rocked by layoffs amid economic gloom See in context

Couldn't have happened to a better company. Now let's see BBC and Fox follow suit.

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Posted in: BOJ undeterred by threat to consumers from above-target inflation See in context

Right now, not one 'leader' of the west or Japan cares about any threat to its consumers or citizens. They don't have to worry about putting bread on their tables or choosing between food or heating. They're more concerned about pleasing America and carrying on with the war machine. No money for healthcare but lots for weapons.

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Posted in: Police trying to identify victim after dismembered body parts found in two suitcases See in context

Imagine being the person who opens the suitcase.

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Posted in: Snoop Dogg, Gloria Estefan, Sade make it to Songwriters Hall See in context

Jeff Lynne is an absolute legend. And no mention of Sade's classic, You're Love is King? That was my fave.

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Posted in: Here's what to expect from Tuesday's Oscar nominations See in context

I hope they don't let Sean Penn anywhere near the stage on that night. Or are we going to get another video message from you-know-who?

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Posted in: Fans wait for hours at Tokyo zoo to see panda being sent to China in February See in context


If Japan was like China, they'd harvest sperm and eggs, then work with other zoos to get panda sperm and eggs for breeding without telling China. Eventually, China would catch them and demand payment for rental/theft ... but Japan could point at all the intellectual property theft performed in China and refuse.

Christ, you have a big and wild imagination. Here, we're talking about pandas, and yet there's another tangent to China bashing, as usual.

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