Randy Johnson comments

Posted in: World Cup captains want to wear rainbow armbands in Qatar See in context

Keep politics out of sport.

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Posted in: Osaka pulls out of Pan Pacific Open with stomach pain See in context

Her sponsors must be kicking themselves for throwing millions of dollars away.

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Posted in: Germany's famed Oktoberfest opens after two-year pandemic hiatus See in context

Oktoberfest. One of the best celebrations on the planet. Period.

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Posted in: Another U.S. congressional delegation visits Taiwan See in context

The US is really intent on stirring things up by sending yet another delegation to Taiwan, rather than meeting with China and trying to work things out.

It would be so nice, so helpful and greatly appreciated if people could understand the difference between a democrat and an American.

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Posted in: Man arrested for attempted murder of ‘noisy’ patient in Hokkaido hospital See in context

Wonder what he'll do when people in prison are noisy.

He'll fly off the cuff and be barred.

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Posted in: Man arrested for attempted murder of ‘noisy’ patient in Hokkaido hospital See in context

Man arrested for attempted murder of ‘noisy’ patient in Hokkaido hospital.

He lost his patience.

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Posted in: Arrested ex-Tokyo Olympic exec may have been asked to favor Kadokawa Corp See in context

Even in japan politicians/'elite'people get arrested. Sure would be nice if that would happen in my country.

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Posted in: EPA head says advanced nuclear tech key to mitigating climate change See in context

The head of the U.S. Environment Protection Agency said Friday that advanced nuclear technology will be “critical" for both the United States and Japan as they step up cooperation to meet decarbonization goals.

This is just about the only sensical thing this nightmare of an administration has done.

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Posted in: Beckham slammed for PR video praising 'perfect' Qatar See in context


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Posted in: Japan warns of impact of yen's rapid depreciation to 24-year low See in context

It's all by design.

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Posted in: U.S. warships carrying out Taiwan Strait passage; first since Pelosi visit See in context

The democrats keep pushing.

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Posted in: Japan considers letting asymptomatic COVID patients go out if mask worn See in context

WeiWeiToday  07:03 am JST

Again Japan with the magic mask! Why these people cannot THINK? How is it possible that they are so fixated on the mask?

It is because they are japanese. They fixate on things and just won't let it go no matter how illogical it is.

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Posted in: Okinawa gubernatorial race begins with U.S. base relocation in focus See in context

Just a bit of reality for the mislead anti-American crowd.

Friend of mine, now retired Navy out of Yokosuka often observed that the vast majority of the 'protestors' outside the gate of any japanese supported American military base in japan are homeless bums who are paid in bentos to 'protest'. He clearly stated that he had seen 'protestors' ( bums ) 'protesting' and then collecting their bentos away from the 'protesting' fracas.

It boggles my mind that most people haven't figured out that these obviously staged 'protests' are organized by the japanese communist party.

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Posted in: Toyota launches new Sienta in Japan See in context

Hmm, not an attractive vehicle, is it.

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Posted in: There’s a right way to walk and many wrong ways, for good health See in context

Walking is great and a healthy form of exercise but it is hazardous in japan since japanese don't pay attention when they walk. Drifting. Zigzaging. Sudden stops. Phone zombies. Bursting out of shops onto the sidewalk wihjout looking. Standing at the top or bottom of escalators when getting off said contraption and jamming up the line of people behind them.

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Posted in: MLB teams to play all 29 opponents in 2023 under balanced schedule See in context

It's about time.

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Posted in: Japan eases travel alert for 54 countries See in context

It would be safer for non-japanese to not come to japan since there is a high probability of them getting infected by the japanese since japan has had the highest number of cases in the world these past several weeks.

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Posted in: Once-close royal brothers William and Harry now estranged See in context

Add a toxic female in the familial mix and it will crush once solid sibling ties.

Happened to a very good friend of mine.

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Posted in: Japan signals return to nuclear power to stabilize energy supply See in context

My jaw dropped when my former leftist friend said that he wanted nuclear power to be a large source of energy for human consumption.

It's the only thing we agreed on.

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Posted in: Time for NFL's highly paid receivers to prove their worth See in context

Seriously. Anybody still watch that league?

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Posted in: Japan reports 226,171 coronavirus cases; 24,780 in Tokyo See in context

So the death rate is .0018 of japan's population.

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Posted in: Girl arrested over knife attack in Shibuya says she wanted 'death penalty' See in context

Alan HarrisonToday  07:54 am JST

There was a time when you could trust In Japan. A shadow of the country it once was.

Japan is neither safe nor unsafe. Japan is just like any other country.

The common misunderstanding about japan is that japan is the ultimate safe country. Fact is, it never has been. There are plenty of problems within japan's borders and yes, violence is one of them.

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Posted in: Japan reports record high 255,534 coronavirus cases; 27,453 in Tokyo See in context

The number of coronavirus-related deaths was 287.

That is .002 percent of japan's population. Just saying.

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Posted in: U.S., Japan affirm cooperation on 'any situation' amid Taiwan tension See in context


RJ = Sorry, but for sure those few japanese supply ships come in handy far back from the front lines of engagement. Or the pittance of a japanese contingency of boots on the ground paving roads or building schools. That's all cool, but America pays the price in lives. japan, not so much.

I'd love to see you as an American govt representative trying to comfort a young American wife with small children of an American service member who has been killed in action by saying well at least our allies the japanese supplied us with materials.

It's not a good deal and you know it.

Ossan = "We have been trying to get Japan to dump Article 9 since 1950. In fact the JSDF wouldn't even exist if we hadn't forced Japan to create it. And why did we have to force them? Because WE imposed Article 9 on them.

So cut your whining because China has succeded where we couldn't. You wanna help, push to amend Article 9. Read the Collective Defense resolution again. It calls for comming to the defense. That is separate from logistics support, without which we couldn't support or defend South Korea or Taiwan."

RJ = Spin as usual. Trying to play off japan as the poor little victim again. You know very well why article 9 was implemented by the allied powers back in the day. It had something to do with approximately 30 million people being killed because of japan's aggressive war actions, and you know it. At the time it made sense. To be sure, I am not opposed to japan ditching article 9. That's where you and I are on the same page, but our approach is different. I'm sick of people trying to play japan off as some kind or poor little inncent child who deserves a big break. japan is responsible for its own actions and should take responsibility instead of trying to run and hide from the truthful past. In saying that, it's up to the japanese to dump article 9. As of now it doesn't appear as though that will happen anytime soon.

And how dare you say whining when and or if japan gets caught up in a conflict ( of which they just may pull a Marco Polo Bridge Incident ) and cost America lives. Seriously, the audacity of that comment. Beyond shameless.

Past American administrations could have put a clause in the US-Japan Security Alliance but they didn't. They were weak and pathetic. They don't care about our people. Might as well change the alliance to the Japan Security with America in Tow Scam. Shameful

Ossan = "Pretending to care about American lives while doing their best to put a wedge between US and it's allies is disgusting and shameful to everyone but wumaos. No real Americans on either side of the political fence have issues with Japan and defense today. The days of attacking our own allies is over under the current administration who have their eyes on our real adversaries, Russia and China."

RJ = Wow. Just wow. What an unbelievably disingenuous and callous comment to say the least. 'Pretending' to care about American lives, ossan? No, I care deeply about American lives. I can't believe you said that and then try to pander off as if this some kind of PRC tactic. Shameless. And yes, Americans on either side of the political fence do care about the one-sided rip-off security deal. It's bogus and cheap. And if you want to play the 'attacking our allies game is over' schtick then tell your brethren to call off the dogs in academia and media and the endless and shameless attacking of America. Shameless.

The US - Japan Security Alliance is a terrible deal and it greatly benefits japan and not the US, and you know it and you would love to keep it that way that is why you add spin to your comments. Shameless.

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Posted in: If Biden decides not to run for reelection, he faces a big threat: Being a lame duck See in context

Turtle post.

More media fodder. Anybody with any intuition knows full well biden isn't going for a second term. It was obvious from the point he became turtle post two years ago.

Leftists are now putting their feelers out there to see which leftists are most popular among the leftist populace.

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Posted in: Politicians seek to control classroom discussions about slavery in U.S. See in context

Unfortunately, Thomas Sowell is not a national treasure, but he should be. His intellect, insight, wisdom and integrity is second to none.

In this short video he talks about slavery in ways you never knew. In other words, exactly what they won't teach you about slavery in schools.

(2) Facts about slavery never mentioned in school | Thomas Sowell - YouTube

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Posted in: Pence tells GOP to stop lashing out at FBI over Trump search See in context

You would think people like pence and Tulsi Gabbard would have change parties by now.

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Posted in: Trump's angry words spur warnings of real violence See in context

Wow. Just wow. We all know very well that the vast majority of all media in western nations is controlled by leftist politics. You're kidding yourself if you can't/don't acknowledge that fact.

In saying that, it's stunning to see the massive amount of hypocrisy on this topic.

The number of times democrat politicians and their enablers have made blatantly violent comments and statements about attacking the political oppsosition are plentiful.

Absolutely shameless article.

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Posted in: The research results show that measures to deal with climate change based on past experience will be insufficient and that there is a need for even further reductions in greenhouse gas emissions and greater international support and cooperation. See in context

hmm, mm. when the al gore types stop hyping the false narrative and stop buying mega mansions ( which have mega yachts and private jets ) on the very coastlines which were supposed to see rising sea levels, I'll start listening.

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Posted in: Record high number of ambulances struggling to find hospitals in Japan See in context

Btw just to be clear hospital services are great once in the hospital but the issue here is acceptance of people in emergency situations.

It really depends on the hospital.

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