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

"one minute behind schedule" and ''adominal pain"!! How human can the driver be! Need robots.

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Posted in: Restaurant chain operator sues Tokyo gov't over COVID opening hour restrictions See in context

I will start boycotting these restaurants from now on.

https://www.global-dining.com/shoplist/

imposing blanket restrictions without offering evidence...

They are willing to put people's health in danger for their profit. It is like tobacco companies saying, there is no proof that smoking causes cancer.

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Posted in: Gov't promises swift coronavirus payouts, starting in May See in context

So are they considering only Japanese nationals in scope or also foreign nationals?

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Posted in: Tom Hanks says he, wife Rita Wilson have coronavirus in Australia See in context

Don't die woody!

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Posted in: Elton John cancels New Zealand shows as he battles pneumonia See in context

Pneumonia or Corona Virus?

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Posted in: WHO names deadly virus from China 'COVID-19' See in context

A rose by any other name would smell as sweet.

A deadly virus....well, you get the point.

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Posted in: Antitrust watchdog launches probe into Rakuten's free delivery plan See in context

Get out of Rakuten platform, sell in Amazon and Yahoo. Hit them hard where it hurts.

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Posted in: Japan asks Interpol to issue red notice for Ghosn's wife See in context

Yakuja's should just take action on this. They are the heroes Japan need now, even if Japan don't deserve them.

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Posted in: Gov't proposes Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant water release into sea or air See in context

Dump it in the disputed islands.

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Posted in: 4 facilities give reproductive assistance to LGTB couples: survey See in context

The provided assisted reproductive treatment for lesbian and transgender couples only? Why not for gay couples! That's just discrimination!

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Posted in: Gov't to require mobile carriers to lift SIM locks immediately See in context

Smart consumers have already moved away from using these main carriers to the KakuYasu Services with SIM free phones. Docomo, SoftBank and AU's services are just overrated and overpriced.

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Posted in: South Korea initiating WTO complaint over Japan trade curbs See in context

Mommy, mommy, Japan is not selling us things, just because I demand money from them every now and then and seize their company's assets!

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Posted in: TEPCO will have to dump radioactive Fukushima water into Pacific, minister says See in context

Dump it near all those disputed islands.

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Posted in: N Korea follows offer of talks with new projectile launches See in context

I don't know why people can not see this. Every time US needs to increase price for their service or sell something preposterous to Japan and SK, NK become very active. NK is nothing but a bargaining chip for US.

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Posted in: N Korea launches missiles again, complicating U.S. attempts for talks See in context

North Korea is America's bargaining chip for the protection money from Japan and SK. They are active now, because Trump wants to renegotiate the fees for the "World class 'merican protection" for it's "friend" nations.

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Posted in: S Korea calls in Japanese diplomat over plans for Fukushima water See in context

Go on SK, tell us how much money you need to be quiet about this too. Everything about you has a price tag.

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Posted in: Yasukuni Shrine vandalised by man claiming to be Chinese See in context

Try going to China and throw ink at Mao's photo. Or Protest against Chinese ongoing brutality in Taiwan, Hong Kong, on the Uyghurs. You will vanish without a trace. It is our generosity that these are in news. We could also swallow these cheeky foreign protestors.

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Posted in: Omar: Go to Israel, see 'cruel reality of the occupation' See in context

They are suppose to work for improving the American life, instead, they are abusing their position to bring their own religious agenda.

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Posted in: The #KimOhNo conversation: How do Japanese people feel about it now? See in context

Stop making stupid people and their acts popular.

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Posted in: Cathay Pacific CEO suddenly resigns See in context

China is the biggest bully in Asia. Even with the slightest opposition, they will make your business suffer. Unless the businesses say we boycott China, nothing will change.

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Posted in: Illustrator shows different types of perverts encountered on Japanese trains See in context

Let's do the NRA solution and give all women very cute, pink colored, petite revolver with a case, so they can shoot. Oh wait, the victims don't complain at time, let alone take action. That's why all these fuss.

If you are being a victim, immediately take action, rather than tolerating and making the perverts feel you like it. Ladies, you don't need a guide to know how you are being abused. When you don't like it, speak up immediately.

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Posted in: Rihanna declared world's richest female musician See in context

Musician? I doubt. More like someone who sells skin more than music.

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Posted in: Disgruntled city employee kills 12 in Virginia; suspect also killed See in context

Sorry, is this a news? Isn't it a part of daily life in US? Everyone needs a gun, as the gun lobby says. Foreign Medias should start to shun these news. The nation who do not want to care about themselves, why should others care about them?

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Posted in: Luxurious lounge only for couples opens in Tokyo See in context

By the looks, I thought it is a Couple kissa!

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Posted in: Diet OKs simultaneous streaming by NHK See in context

Step one: Stop the collection service. Step two: Get directly paid by government from the taxes collected.

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Posted in: Tokyo court orders car owner to pay NHK fee See in context

NHK charges about 2,500 yen per month for terrestrial channels.

This information is not correct. It is 2,520 yen for 2 months.

https://pid.nhk.or.jp/jushinryo/multilingual/english/index.html

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Posted in: Cyber officials call for coordinated 5G security approach See in context

Countries and enterprises are still not used to the concept of Information Assets. They would understand and invest on the road safety for carrying cash but not for the information security. Docomo, KDDI and Softbank, all are using Huawei devices to cut cost. Huawei (and Honor etc.) Phones and Network devices are already tested to have back doors by the security professionals all over the world (Just google the whitepapers). But in Japan, no one is concerned about this. All the customers, individuals and enterprises, who are using these companies' services, are having their data run thru Huawei devices. Even though the information may be encrypted, with the larger volume of sample data, it is much easier to decrypt the information.

This is not as simple as banning these devices in one jurisdiction. The data now is stored in cloud services, which is spread around the world. So, even if you ban these devices in Europe, the data may be available in Philippines to be accessed by Huawei Network devices. And yes, most of the 3rd world countries' telecom and governments are using Huawei Devices, because they are sold cheaper than any other competition. They captured the personal data market with their cheaper (yet very high spec) phones in almost all 3rd world countries. And then sell the network devices with the lowest bid. You can see how they were trying to monitor Pakistan via the government CCTV project below.

https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-47856098

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Posted in: About 70 Japanese lawmakers visit Yasukuni Shrine See in context

Let's ban the media to shrine, so people can have their privacy to practice their beliefs.

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Posted in: Most diabetes apps lack real-time advice on blood sugar management See in context

Most diabetes apps lack real-time advice on blood sugar management

Because these are just programs. Not a doctor.

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Posted in: Half of foreigners in Tokyo have experienced discrimination: survey See in context

Half of foreigners in Tokyo have experienced discrimination: survey

And most of them never actually know what discrimination is, especially the way the minorities find it in their own countries.

-1 ( +5 / -6 )

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