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Posted in: U.N. projects world population will reach 8 billion on Nov 15 See in context

Robert NToday  05:29 pm JST

Despite the recent plague. That killed untold millions around the world.

Globally, as of 5:24pm CEST, 11 July 2022, there have been 552,504,629 confirmed cases of COVID-19, including 6,347,816 deaths, reported to WHO.

That is a global death rate of

0.0008138205.

All the above numbers are real, factual and from WHO.

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Posted in: Man turns himself to police, saying he killed woman in love hotel See in context

He told police he got angry when he learned from looking at her smartphone that she had been seeing other men.

I'm speechless.

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Posted in: Japan reports 54,071 coronavirus cases See in context

My sibling is x4 vaccinated.

Recently tested positive for covid.

Why they are self-testing in the first place is beyond me.

Anyway, symptoms include a mild cold-like cough, headache, but not terribly uncomfortable, and that's about it. They are self-quarantining thus the entire family had to go elsewhere.

All this negative unnecessary time and energy spent on a cold-like virus.

Oh, and spare the self-thinkers with the tired line of, 'but it reduces the severity of the virus'.

Just wash your hands people and keep you distance. I often do the first one but I especially like the latter.

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Posted in: Sri Lanka president, PM to resign after tumultuous protests See in context

If only that could happen back home.

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Posted in: Before fatal shooting, Abe was up close with the crowd See in context

His security team failed him.

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Posted in: Shinzo Abe: Japan's longest-serving prime minister See in context

His security team completely failed him.

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Posted in: Former Prime Minister Abe dies after being shot while campaigning in Nara See in context

Well, one thing is for certain. Security for politicians in japan will change going forward.

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Posted in: Former Prime Minister Abe dies after being shot while campaigning in Nara See in context

His security team completely failed him.

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Posted in: Ex-PM Abe in critical condition after being shot while campaigning in Nara See in context

Severly lax security team. Beyond abysmal.

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Posted in: Tokyo school swaps fresh fruit for jelly as food prices soar See in context

Good job joe.

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Posted in: Court rules in favor of French man's wife over child custody rights See in context

This is such a sore point with me when it comes to japanese international parental child abduction.

The japanese. Forever and will be a third wirld nation masquerading as a developed country.

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Posted in: UK Conservatives say 'toxic' Boris Johnson should be replaced now See in context

He had such potential but ultimately folded to the leftist globalists. What a waste.

I remember vividly when the western media tried desperately to play him off as a racist, etc, etc.

They were just doing their tired and old propaganda tactics of trying to keep an 'outsider' out of their childish sphere of control.

So one would think that other blatantly corrupt and clearly inept career politicians around the world would resign.

If only we could be so lucky.

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Posted in: Inflation to nuclear power: What's at stake in Japan's election See in context

Inflation to nuclear power: What's at stake in Japan's election

Nothing, literally nothing is at stake in any so-called election in japan.

This headline is shameless hype.

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Posted in: Japanese gov't to launch survey on weight, dietary habits of young women See in context

Japanese gov't to launch survey on weight, dietary habits of young women

How about oyajis?

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Posted in: 50-year-old man arrested for fatally beating 82-year-old mother See in context

Something tells me she was probably verbally or physchologically or physically or a combination above his whole life.

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Posted in: Japanese sweets master shows how to make a dazzling Peach and Calpis Jelly Tart See in context

Sounds pretty good, actually.

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Posted in: Avalanche dethrone Lightning to win Stanley Cup for 3rd time See in context

Nah. Still 45 and 48 percent according to espn.

And by your logic, edmonton should have beaten colorado because edmonton's roster is 66% canadian.

a "B" team comprised of the players unable to make Canada's Olympic roster would probably win silver.

That's a hypothetical based on nationalistic verve. And still it doesn't wash because this last olympics saw no nhl players so each country had their best 'b team' and little ol finland handily took the whole shebang. canada didn't even medal.

Those so-called dominant days are over.

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Posted in: Mariners hold on to beat Angels 5-3 despite Ohtani blast See in context

I have nothing against ohtani at all but unfortunately he is way too hyped in the media.

The batting average for all of mlb is .250 and ohtani's is .259.

In essence, he's really just an average baseball player.

Oh, and his best pitching days are behind him.

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Posted in: Avalanche dethrone Lightning to win Stanley Cup for 3rd time See in context

Both TB and Colorado's rosters are 54% Canadian.

Say what you want about the Stanley Cup drought, but when it comes to the best vs the best in Olympics, World Cups etc, theres no doubt about it.

Everyone else is playing for second place

Incorrect. TB roster is 45 percent canadian while the Colorado roster is 48 percent canadian.

Regarding the olympics, canada has won only three gold medals since the '52 Oslo Olympics and often/typically going medal-less during that time frame.

Most canadians may think they are on top of the hockey world but reality dictates otherwise.

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Posted in: Police officer arrested over theft of money from changing room at pub See in context

AntiquesavingToday  09:02 pm JST

How appropriate.

I wish I had seen this earlier.

I was exiting the bank (ATM) and was getting into my car (bank provided parking) when 3 police stopped me young man old man female.

Ask for my zairiu card and driver's licence.

Then decide the had the right to view all the content of my wallet pockets, car.

Gaijin I have no right to say no.

But I protested.

One cop Said "do you have anything you don't want me to see"

I could have replied " no just don't want you to steal my things!"

Then show them the article.

Missed my chance.

After explaining what happened to you, you still get thumbs down. Wow, some people are allergic to the truth.

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Posted in: Gov't issues power usage warning for Tokyo area as temperatures soar See in context

One major problem in japan is that it was never instilled in the young minds to simply turn off the lights when exiting a room.

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Posted in: Police officer arrested over theft of money from changing room at pub See in context

That's why no matter where I am, my money, ID cards, etc never leave my pockets unless there's a lockable safe on the premises. People are always trying to tell me these things don't happen in ''Safety Japan."

Same here. I never bought into the safety japan bs. Japan is not all that different than any other country.

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Posted in: Avalanche dethrone Lightning to win Stanley Cup for 3rd time See in context

Congrats to both Colorado and Tampa Bay.l

Great series.

And congrats to the nhl for knowing where the true viable hockey market is. Nothing can surpass it.

Excellent marketing to say the least.

I mean, wow, nhl teams in Vegas, Florida, California, Texas, etc AND winning!

Damn! That is some smart stuff.

Must sting some misguided prideful hockey towns up there.

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Posted in: Avalanche dethrone Lightning to win Stanley Cup for 3rd time See in context

Heckava series despite it going six games!

i remember when we used to have tons of NHL fans on here.

What happened?

Canadians can't stand the fact that no canadian nhl city has won the Cup in 30 straight years. It honestly bothers the vast majority of that populace.

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Posted in: South Korea's Chun In-gee wins Women's PGA Championship See in context

The Koreans have really been dominating where the japanese have desperately tried for years such as golf and pop music.

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Posted in: Mariners, Angels get in big brawl after inside pitches; 8 ejected See in context

Who cares about left coast teams?

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Posted in: Abortion pills to become next battleground in U.S. reproductive fight See in context

And on que the leftists are calling for violence which their loyal street thugs obliged by already threatening death and or bodily harm, literally burning buildings and storming state capitals.

Not to mention the weeks on-end intentional intimidation tactics by threatening the Supreme Court justices in front of their homes and the white leftists calling Clarence Thomas racist names.

These people are all about destruction.

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Posted in: Abortion pills to become next battleground in U.S. reproductive fight See in context

Abortion shouldn't be used as a contraceptive.

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Posted in: Abortion pills to become next battleground in U.S. reproductive fight See in context

What's a birthing person? Isn't that a woman?

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Posted in: Kishida to align Japan with G7, NATO over Ukraine, China at summits See in context

Kishida to align Japan with G7, NATO over Ukraine, China at summits

What's so funny is people used to complain about Abe.

Kishida is a clown.

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