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Posted in: Timberwolves force Game 7 by blowing out Nuggets 115-70 behind 27 points from Anthony Edwards See in context

Timberwolves force Game 7 by blowing out Nuggets 115-70 behind 27 points from Anthony Edwards

The Joker (NBA’s MVP and one of the best players of all time): “I’m cool with it”. Heheh, he knows he’s gonna show up in game 7.

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Posted in: Jake Paul and Mike Tyson trade insults as they hype planned summer fight in Texas See in context

Fighto!Today  03:48 pm JST “ The organisers of this "fight", those who sanctioned it, and the two "fighters" are making an absolute farce out of the sweet science. The sad thing is there are likely a few old school Tyson fans out there who actually believe it is a legitimate fight. 

And you can be sure if sells well, there will be a Part 2. “

MoonrakerToday  04:24 pm JST “ Meanwhile, there is a genuine heavyweight boxing match that will unify the belts this very weekend, featuring one of the best fighters ever and another one who just has so much will not to lose. This Tyson-Paul event seems like a pathetic sideshow. “

Well, it’s all about entertainment. Same thing with the WWE, TNA and others—we all know it’s bs but it’s entertaining as hll.

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Posted in: Premier League in the U.S.? FIFA weighs allowing overseas games See in context

Today  11:09 am JST

Can’t see English football fans allowing it - there will be huge opposition to it much like there was to the planned European super league - another stupid money making plan that was scuppered because fans hated the idea

“ Yes, English football is primarily about English supporters - their hometown clubs. The Premier League businesspeople often need reminding of that fact. 

Man U v Liverpool is played at Old Trafford or Anfield in the Premier League. The atmosphere and the rivalry in the stadiums is part of it - this is tribalism. Same for Real Madrid V Barcelona.

Playing it abroad in front of a crowd of bandwagon jumpers would cheapen it. This isn’t some empty franchise nonsense. 

Supporters from other countries can watch the finest sport in the world from the finest leagues in the world on TV. If they want to pay a fortune to come to England or Spain to watch a game - knock yourself out. Problem solved.


Fans outside England would embrace this rare opportunity.

To be blunt, who cares what they would like?


To be blunt, who cares what they would like?

I'm fairly sure the clubs do!

You are looking at this from the wrong perspective. 

The ‘clubs’, or rather the owners, have screwed over the supporters and faced a backlash. From attempting to bugger off and form a super league to jacking up ticket prices. The club you jumped on the bandwagon of saw supporters getting together and pressuring the club on ticket prices. 

It’s long overdue that the supporters are listened to more. “

Well said, Jimizo, well said.

Today  01:31 pm JST

“ Ice Hockey 82 games x 60 minutes. 4,920 minutes. 6 players.

Basketball 82 games x 48 minutes. 3,936 minutes. 5 players.

Liverpool players had 58 games this season x a minimum of 90 minutes. 5,220 minutes. 11 players.

Football players play twice as many minutes as an ice hockey team in a season. Three times as many minutes as a basketball team in a season.

Football 57,420 minutes. Ice Hockey 29,520 minutes. Basketball 19,680 minutes.

… “

Heheh, you tell ‘em, Wallace.

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Posted in: LDP unlikely to field candidate against Koike in Tokyo governor race See in context

Actually, it’s not about percentages or how much green space you have, it’s about how you make use of it. And do you really wanna compare Tokyo to Paris or any other European city? Smh.

To the other poster: I’ve been living here for longer than that. Maybe you should go out more(?)—enjoy the countless parks and gardens that this city has. One last question: do you know how many people live in Tokyo?

Long story short, I’ve been following Koike’s work (and what the TMG hopes to accomplish in the next few years) and, imho, (she’s not perfect but) she’s not the villain you guys think she is.

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Posted in: Cohen pressed on his crimes and lies as defense attacks key Trump hush money trial witness See in context

From what I’ve been hearing, he’s being tortured by Trump’s lawyers. Poor guy, huh?

Gaetz later posted a photo on social media of him standing behind Trump in court, with the words, “Standing back, and standing by, Mr. President.” That is a phrase that the Proud Boys, an extremist group whose leaders were convicted of seditious conspiracy after the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol, have used since Trump, during a 2020 campaign debate, said: “Proud Boys, stand back and stand by.”

Nice phrase, indeedI mean, whatever it takes to bring down the monster that wants to swallow and destroy Western Civilization.

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Posted in: Biden and Trump agree to presidential debates in June on CNN and in September on ABC See in context

Can’t wait. :)

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Posted in: YouTube to block Hong Kong protest anthem videos after court order See in context

isabelleToday  02:28 pm JST

"We are disappointed by the Court's decision but are complying with its removal order," YouTube said in a statement, saying it shared human rights groups' concerns that the content ban could chill free expression online.

“ But obviously not "disappointed" or "concerned" enough to pull out of totalitarian China, so your words mean nothing.

Any company that does business in China is helping the CCP oppress the people of not only China, but the world. Alphabet et al are part of the problem. “

A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman has said that stopping the song's spread was necessary for Hong Kong to safeguard national security.

“ The CCP is scared of a song. Just shows its insecurity, and how much it fears the people. “

Well said.

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Posted in: Around 68,000 elderly die alone in Japan annually: police See in context

tjguyToday  08:52 am JST “ Where in the world are their families?! I thought Japan was a country that respected and cared for their elderly people. “

That’s still true… and maybe that’s part of the problem… maybe that’s why they end up alone. The amount of respect and consideration that you need to show for older people in this country can be unhealthy. If you feel and act like everyone owns you something, you’re probably a difficult, annoying person—difficult people can be hard to deal with.

Also, generally speaking, Japanese parents have very high expectations for their kids and not everyone can meet those expectations. Some people need to ask themselves why they are alone and why, in some cases, their own families don’t want to be with them. That’s why I said what I said in my previous post. But, of course, some people are just lonely.

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Posted in: LDP unlikely to field candidate against Koike in Tokyo governor race See in context

I like Yuriko Koike. :) And I think she’s doing a good job.

So she will win another election and we will have to suffer her willing of cutting trees down and building more skyscrapers that nobody needs

You don’t live in Tokyo, do you? Do you know how much midori there is? Guess what, Tokyo is a BIG city—big cities have tall buildings and skyscrapers.

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Posted in: Around 68,000 elderly die alone in Japan annually: police See in context

“ The police agency is expected to continue collecting the data as part of government efforts to tackle the issue, “

If you wanna tackle this issue, ask the right questions—why were they alone(?), how did they end up like that(?).

“ A lonely death is defined as one in which a person dies without anyone else witnessing it, with a certain period passing before the body is found, “

Hard to find someone who’s completely alone in this world. There’s always someone out there. Even if your relatives are living in the city and you’re alone in inaka, there’s this thing called phone. It’s possible that more than half of these people didn’t get along with their sons and daughters. Again, ask the right questions.

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Posted in: Star witness Michael Cohen directly implicates Trump in testimony at hush money trial See in context

Note: my previous post was a reply to Cards fan.

And sure, Trump can be a clown sometimes… but he can still do a better job.

And of course people can say whatever they want but if you look at the facts, you’ll see that the country (and the West) is a complete mess and is in desperate need of a Trump administration.

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Posted in: Star witness Michael Cohen directly implicates Trump in testimony at hush money trial See in context

Cards fanToday  08:03 am JST

Let me explain. When the time comes, in November, this political circus will be forgotten and people will choose what’s best for the country. You can say whatever you want about Donald Trump. What you can’t say is that Joe Biden is the right man to lead the nation. You can’t say that Trump isn’t a better choice. Millions of people (including you?) know this, they just don’t want to (or can’t(?)) admit it.

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Posted in: Star witness Michael Cohen directly implicates Trump in testimony at hush money trial See in context

There’s a storm called Donald Trump aka The Donald coming this year. If you think this trial is going to stop it, you’re wrong.

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Posted in: More Japanese workers turning to job resignation services See in context

Today  11:20 am JST

Do you have a problem with “that” generation?

“ There seems to be a higher proportion of entitled weaklings. “

I thought you were gonna show me some links but apparently it’s all in your head. But if that’s true, you should thank the older generations. (1a)The world is a mess/(2a)life is more complicated today because of (1b) the selfishness of previous generations/(2b)millions of insufferable a-holes.

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Posted in: More Japanese workers turning to job resignation services See in context

Today  07:27 am JST

People in their 20s and 30s account for 60 percent of Momuri users,

“ I see, that generation... “

Do you have a problem with “that” generation?

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Posted in: Switzerland's Nemo wins Eurovision Song Contest See in context

Israel trying to control the Europeans when they shouldn’t even be allowed to participate in this event—what a joke, and no, they’ll never be part of Europe. The winner, a MAN from Switzerland, is another joke, but, at least it wasn’t Israel. Eurovision (and Europe), what has happened to you(?).

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Posted in: White House downplays Biden calling Japan xenophobic country See in context

He probably doesn’t even remember what he said five minutes ago, I’m sure Japan will forgive him. Lmao. Six more months…(!).

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Posted in: Biden blames China, Japan and India's economic woes on 'xenophobia' See in context


Japan is NOT the US… and that’s a good thing.

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Posted in: Biden blames China, Japan and India's economic woes on 'xenophobia' See in context

Take it easy, Joe, you’re not supposed to say it out loud, smdh. Seriously though, why criticize Japan (one of the closest, most important allies…), China, India and Russia and put them all in the same bag(?!)—doesn’t make sense; Japan is very unique and shouldn’t be compared to countries with an abysmal quality of life and less freedom. Is Japan xenophobic? I don’t know if that question can be answered with a yes or no. What I do know is that Japan is one of the (very) few countries left in the world where you can actually feel safe, where you can truly feel like you’re living in one of the best countries in the world—draw your own conclusions.

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Posted in: To fend off tourists, town starts building big screen blocking view of Mount Fuji See in context

( The town of Fujikawaguchiko in Yamanashi Prefecture has had enough of tourists.

Known for a number of scenic photo spots that offer a near-perfect shot of Japan’s iconic Mount Fuji, the town on Tuesday began constructing a large black screen on a stretch of a sidewalk to block the view of the mountain. The reason: misbehaving foreign tourists. )

Well done, Fujikawaguchiko.

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Posted in: 'Civil War' might be year's most explosive movie, but director thinks it's just reporting See in context

StrangerlandToday  11:30 am JST

From what I’ve been hearing, the trailer ismisleading

“ It's not misleading at all. The trailer doesn't imply whether the war was started by the right or the left, due to race, or due to income inequality, which contrary to being misleading, is exactly in line with the movie. Quite the opposite of misleading.

Some viewers of the trailer may have misled themselves. “

I mean, some people felt like they were watching real life when they saw the trailer (btwtrailers are not supposed to reveal too much and I’ve gotta say, I think it was pretty clever the way they put it together, they wanted people to talk about it—that’s their job, right?).

And when you see Jesse Plemons say What kind of American (or Americans, I don’t remember), you think of what’s going on in the US right now and how it does NOT have a southern border and it’s almost like you’re watching a documentary (unless you’re living under a rock).

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Posted in: 'Civil War' might be year's most explosive movie, but director thinks it's just reporting See in context

From what I’ve been hearing, the trailer is misleadingthis movie is not what some people think it is. This article confirms that.

While there have been online murmurings questioning the appropriateness of the timing for “Civil War,” controversy hasn’t yet clung to it. That might be owed to Garland’s approach. There are few direct allusions to the deepest fissures of American politics today in the film. Joining Texas and California together removes any “blue state” vs. “red state” dichotomy. Neither race nor income inequality appear as issues of division. The president's political party is unspecified.

We were all thinking the same thing after we saw (the always great, always cool) Jesse Plemons ask “What kind of American?” but anyway, the reviews are goodcan’t wait to watch this (anyone knows when we can watch this in Japan?).

proxyToday  07:35 am JST “ Pure fantasy. If there was a civil war in the US it would be over in a week as the left blue-haired teachers suffering anxiety would not put up much of a fight against the pick-up driving, hunting right folks with guns. “


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Posted in: Japan records highest-ever monthly visitor numbers in March See in context

Today  07:42 am JST “ I often look back fondly on the pandemic days when tourist spots were totally devoid of loud crowds of visitors. “

Me too, but at the same time I wanna welcome all these people, they have the right to come here. AND it’s good for Japan, even if we don’t want to admit it.

Today  08:14 am JST “ I come here every year to visit family and I've never seen so many gaijin schlepping suitcases through Tokyo Station as I did last week (of course I was one of them). “

I walk around Otemachi and Tokyo Station every day and I see them all the time now; and I’ve been noticing more westerners lately, that’s how you know the numbers are really high.

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Posted in: 3-year-old girl falls to her death from balcony of high-rise apartment in Hiroshima See in context

To the person that downvoted me: you’re a piece of s–/t.

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Posted in: 3-year-old girl falls to her death from balcony of high-rise apartment in Hiroshima See in context

Rest In Peace, little angel.

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Posted in: Judge warns Trump over juror intimidation; 7 jurors picked for trial See in context

Only about one-third of U.S. adults say Trump did something illegal in the hush money case for which jury selection began Monday. And they're fairly skeptical that Trump is getting a fair shake from the prosecutors in the case – or that the judge and jurors can be impartial in cases involving him.

3 in 10 Americans feel that any of the prosecutors who have brought charges against Trump are treating the former president fairly. And only about 2 in 10 Americans are extremely or very confident that the judges and jurors in the cases against him can be fair and impartial.

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Posted in: Dozens of potential jurors at Trump hush money trial dismissed for bias See in context

Underscoring the difficulty, only about a third of the 96 people in the first panel of potential jurors remained after the judge excused some members. More than half the group was excused after telling the judge they could not be fair and impartial. At least nine more were excused after raising their hands when Merchan asked if they could not serve for any other reason.

A female juror was excused after saying she had strong opinions about Trump. Earlier in the questionnaire, the woman, a Harlem resident, indicated she could be neutral in deciding the case. But when asked whether she had strong opinions about the former president, the woman answered matter-of-factly: "Yes."

When Merchan asked her to repeat the response, she replied: "Yeah, I said yes." She was dismissed.

Merchan has written that the key is "whether the prospective juror can assure us that they will set aside any personal feelings or biases and render a decision that is based on the evidence and the law."

Not an easy task. And he’s battling three other criminal indictments in Florida, Washington DC and Georgia and is appealing two further judgements against him in New York (that required him to post multimillion dollar bonds). And he will still be laughing at it in the end. I mean, this guy’s Superman, just let him go. These are all politically motivated anyway. Heheh.

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Posted in: Testimony begins in lawsuit accusing Japanese police of racial profiling See in context

PaulToday  06:58 am JST “ Interrogating every foreigner of color they see is doing their job, I see! Is that what my taxes are paying for?! “

Unfortunate, but understandable and not something out of this world (btw, your comment is extremely exaggerated). Japan is (still) safe (one of the safest countries in the world ) and I’d like it to stay that way. At the end of the day, the J police is just trying to keep this country safe.

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Posted in: Kishida's U.S. trip may raise odds of general election in Japan in June See in context

Today  07:12 am JST “ A triumphant round of US merry making and ego massages have upped Kishida’s image and confidence?

Maybe Kishida should ‘beam himself’ to the US where they are in need of a replacement leader since he is not that popular in Japan. “

Today  07:32 am JST “ Stay there, we don't need you in Japan. “

Today  08:05 am JST “ Don't need him in Japan...self serving leader. “

Today  08:32 am JST “ What's the deal with Kishida ?

He travels to America on Japanese tax payers money and has a super pompous ego trip and the returns to Japan and expects his popularity to increase ?

Times are tough for us living in Japan as the yen is low and prices high and too much dealing with the yanks is unsettling.

Who cares whatever supposed agreements were made between Kishida and Biden because Biden won't be president for much longer. “

Today  10:55 am JST “ The arrogance of this Prime Minister and his party in general are beyond words.

Now in any other true democracy there would be a new party leading the country. “

Today  11:11 am JST “ Name one thing this self serving photo op trip has achieved to benefit the average Japanese Taro and Keiko whose interests these LDP blue bloods are supposed to represent. Just one. “


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