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Posted in: Tokyo reports 1,149 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 3,194 See in context

Closing bars, restaurants and department stores an hour early didn't work again? Who would have guessed?

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Posted in: Workers express frustration as Tokyo enters 4th COVID-19 emergency See in context

In Tokyo, major commercial facilities including department stores will be asked to close by 8 p.m.

Yup. that should take care of this covid thing once and for all.

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Posted in: Holding Tokyo Olympics amid pandemic shreds consensus in Japan See in context

“We have been cornered into a situation where we cannot even stop now. We are damned if we do, and damned if we do not,” Kaori Yamaguchi

That's the root of the problem. The government did basically nothing to stem the virus. Close bars and restaurants early.....whatever.

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Posted in: COVID means business is far from usual in Olympic athletes village See in context

Olympic "Village"? Sounds more like Olympic Prison to me. All that's missing are armed guards and razor wire.

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Posted in: U.S Capitol, symbol of democracy, off-limits on Independence Day See in context

One sure sign of widespread government corruption is when said government is afraid of its own people.

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Posted in: 70-year-old man arrested for keeping wife’s corpse at home for 2 years See in context

However, he did not say why he had waited two years to report her death.

Must be covid. That's the only reason people die these days.

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Posted in: 'Avatar' hopes for rare success with a gaming tie-in See in context

Alien booty.

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Posted in: What are some suggestions for avoiding bitter arguments with your conspiracy-loving friends or colleagues? See in context

Many to 2020's 'conspiracy' theories are becoming 2021's conspiracy fact.

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Posted in: U.S. warns its citizens against travel to Japan due to COVID surge See in context

It doesn't matter what the CDC or any other alphabet puppet agency says. Japan is still closed to US passport holders.

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Posted in: Coates gets backlash after saying Olympics are on, even in state of emergency See in context

Organizers and the IOC say that the games will be safe because of extensive testing and building a bubble around the athletes. It says more than 80% of the residents in the Olympics Village, located on Tokyo Bay, will be vaccinated.

In other words protect the privileged while the common people to fend for themselves. How many times in history has this happened?

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Posted in: As Olympics loom, Japan's health care in turmoil See in context

"Some see Osaka as a warning for what could happen to the rest of Japan if the crisis worsens at a time when officials — and the world — are focused on the Olympics."

Wrong. The rest of the world could give a s.hit about the Games. The only ones who actually do are certain Japanese Gov't 'officials' and the corrupt IOC.

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Posted in: Shinkansen driver leaves controls for toilet while train running at 150kph See in context

Bad case of geri. When you gotta go........

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Posted in: Tougher anti-COVID-19 measures begin in 6 prefectures See in context

What's the big deal? Just close the bars and restaurants earlier. That should take of the problem. It's worked sooooo well in the past.

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Posted in: Do you think the extended state of emergency in parts of Japan will work for or against the Tokyo Olympics? See in context

Have the lockdowns worked in the past? One way to define insanity is doing the same thing over and expecting to get different results.

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Posted in: Anti-Olympic petition tops 200,000 signatures in just 2 days See in context

250,000+ almost there!

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Posted in: Australia's largest state reports first COVID-19 case in more than a month See in context

"Spanish flu took six years to disappear so saying covid is here to stay is premature and not based on science or past pandemic outcomes."

Spanish Flu was renamed Influenza A, which is still with us. The stark difference between Covid and Flu is the government doesn't make a big deal about the latter. Namely the US Government and one of its puppet alphabet agencies the CDC.

The Aussies and Kiwis have done an amazing job in containing Covid. It's surreal to watch NRL with the stadiums packed and minimal mask usage.

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Posted in: 1st batch of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine arrives in Japan See in context

Japan should order a billion-zillion doses, just to not use them.

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Posted in: Tougher virus restrictions expanded to 4 prefectures See in context

Is the vaccine not available or Japanese citizens not willing to take it?

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