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Posted in: 120-year-old condom found in Ishikawa Prefecture See in context

@spektral

they should conduct some DNA testing on it to find the remaining relatives of the user xD

There aren't any. He used a condom.

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Posted in: Man arrested after refusing to wear mask on plane refuses to wear mask in custody See in context

@vanityofvanities

Not all the graduates of Tokyo University are smart.

True. About 6 years ago, I taught some lunchtime/early afternoon discussion classes at Todai (Tokyo U). The students weren't really above average uni students, intelligence-wise. There are some things that make them different though. They can be opinionated, stubborn, individualistic, confident, and think outside the box. I didn't have to prod the students to get them to speak up and share their opinions at all. I was just concerned about the students being rude to one another by stepping on other's opinions.

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Posted in: Cabinet OKs bills to penalize people who do not comply with antivirus measures See in context

How about people just get the flu like they have for eons? If you die due to getting the flu, IT'S YOUR TIME TO GO. Stop this baby-proofing of the planet. Sorry for telling you that you don't need to wear a football helmet to tie your shoes. The sooner covid-19 passes through everyone's immune system, the sooner this will be all over. We are just prolonging the flu season. Oh, do you even remember that there are FLU SEASONS? BTW, look into the German-French movie "The Hamburg Syndrome." Wikipedia has deleted the plot of the movie, because we are living through it right now.

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Posted in: Beijing launches mass virus tests See in context

The CCP is using PCR testing as a cover for DNA collection.

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Posted in: Police officer's loaded gun, handcuffs found in Osaka convenience store See in context

@Aly Rustom

how about installing toilets in the kobans so that the cops don't have to go somewhere else to use the toilet

Asia does not have a history of fostering minds to be attuned to logic. "Two holes, one recycle bin" Land.

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Posted in: High court denies gov't responsibility for Fukushima nuclear crisis See in context

Oh, Japan had MORE reactors than prefectures:

On March 11, 2011, there were 54 nuclear reactors in operation in Japan supplying approximately 30% of the country’s electric power. However, the Great East Japan Earthquake and subsequent devastating tsunami that brought disaster to the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station radically changed Japan’s energy configuration.

https://www.nippon.com/en/features/h00238/japan%E2%80%99s-nuclear-power-plants.html

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Posted in: High court denies gov't responsibility for Fukushima nuclear crisis See in context

@Zichi

In the 1950's America/CIA pressurised Japan to build nuclear reactors to increase its supply of material for building nuclear bombs.

This is true. The reactors are GE. General Electric is in the weapons manufacturing industry. Remember when all that bomb making material was CAREFULLY taken out of the wrecked reactors and shipped off to Europe? Japan is helping the US and NATO manufacture nuclear bombs. Doesn't Japan have nearly as many reactors as prefectures? Ask yourself why.

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Posted in: Lone luncher See in context

@Redbear

Japanese following the social distance rules.

No, they are all inside restaurants and cafes because it's very cold outside. That woman in the photo is 1) maybe not eating lunch at noon 2) eating convenience store food that cannot be eaten in a restaurant or cafe. BTW, she is probably eating cup noodle instead of an onigiri because a jungle crow would swoop down and snatch the onigiri from her hand.

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Posted in: Last trains in Tokyo area to leave earlier from Wed night to help stem virus surge See in context

I've said it before, and I'll say it again: Seems the JGov WANTS people to get the 'rona. "Trains aren't full enough. So, we have decided to shorten the time trains are running so there will be MORE people on the trains. We serve the 'Rona God. All hail the 'RONA. 'RONA! 'RONA! 'RONA!" I may be paraphrasing that JGov statement a bit.

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Posted in: Thai woman handed record 43-year jail term for lese majeste See in context

A monarch who cannot take criticism is a tyrant. (highchair tyrant with a rattle for a scepter)

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Posted in: 49-year-old disqualified exam-taker arrested over refusal to leave toilet See in context

49-year-old man acts 4.9 years old.

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Posted in: First Kitchen releases its biggest ever All-Star Burger topped with fried chicken See in context

Make burgers wider, not taller.

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Posted in: Lady Gaga, Jennifer Lopez to perform at Biden inauguration See in context

@Bob Fosse

Thanks. Guess I've only seen the important bits.

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Posted in: Lady Gaga, Jennifer Lopez to perform at Biden inauguration See in context

When did they start having hosts and musical guests at Presidential inaugurations? This is the first time I'm hearing about it.

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Posted in: N Korea holds huge military parade as Kim vows nuclear might See in context

@bass4funk

Kim is now feeling more emboldened than ever, here we go again with more saber rattling for the next 4 years....smh...

The Deep State always needs an enemy. Bush & Obama had their Evil Doers. Trump's Evil Doers were the Dems and fake GOP. The Pentagon has been begging Trump to start something with China. (btw, both trump and biden suck. just so you know my politics)

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Posted in: Saizeriya president calls requests not to eat out for lunch ‘nonsense’ See in context

Is this the same guy that had a video showing how you can wear a mask and eat/drink at the same time? He folded the mask on his face in two, over his nose. Then he draped a napkin over the folded mask. He ate food under the napkin. The napkin got in his beer. (great example of a boss never being told "hey boss, your idea is dumb")

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Posted in: Man goes on trial for killing police officer, security guard in Toyama See in context

@JCR

Nice social distancing again in that photo.

Exactly. Why can't courts do without spectators at this time? They aren't essential.

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Posted in: Man goes on trial for killing police officer, security guard in Toyama See in context

Shimazu's lawyer said that he had a growing hatred of police ever since they visited his home to investigate complaints he had been abusive toward his parents.

You are free now, parents. Enjoy your lives sans aggro-boy.

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Posted in: WHO team arrives in Wuhan to search for pandemic origins See in context

@kurisupisu

If this is not done then the whole visit would be suspect and would point the way to other more outlandish theories eg a bioweapon etc

There is evidence that the virus was man-made to spread more quickly. Just have to find uncensored sources of info.

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Posted in: WHO team arrives in Wuhan to search for pandemic origins See in context

“Now is not the time to blame anyone," Shih said. “We shouldn’t say, it’s your fault.”

You misspelled the name. It's actually "Shhhhhhhh." To pronounce it correctly, put your index finger to your lips.

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Posted in: Twitter chief says Trump ban admits 'dangerous' precedent See in context

@Superlib

Trump's the reason why we have to have 20,000 troops at Biden's inauguration.

You're right. Trump is the one who called in the National Guard. Thanks for pointing out the good things Trump's doing. "Superlib" stands for "Super Libertarian," right? Still going to Tea Parties?

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Posted in: Parler CEO says social media app, favored by Trump supporters, may not return See in context

@Desert Tortoise

Even LAPD statistics showed that over 97% of BLM/police violence demonstrations had no violence whatsoever.

That's because the assaults, murders, looting, and arson happened RIGHT AFTER demonstrations "ended." Those criminal actions didn't happen "during" the demonstration, but immediately after. As soon as some BLM demonstration participants started criminal actions, the demonstration was considered to have ended, and became a separate event.

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Posted in: Chinese city tests millions amid fresh virusoutbreak See in context

@P.Smith

China’s country, China’s culture, China’s decision.

So, you think American citizens having guns in their own country is OK? (doubt it)

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Posted in: 39-year-old man arrested for killing mother, sister on New Year’s Eve See in context

Another Japanese man-child throws a deadly tantrum.

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Posted in: From macaques to crabs, wildlife faces threat from face masks See in context

@zichi

So a serious question would be if a mask has virus how long will it survive in the wild?

I'm pretty sure that masks are not alive and cannot get sick.

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Posted in: Democrats prepare 'incitement of insurrection' charge against Trump See in context

@Lazarus Knows

The right seem to be saying that the insurrection was good and cool, and that they liked it. But also it was bad and antifa did it. Strange.

Yeah, because it's totally unimaginable that people in a group (you imagine them to be in) may actually disagree on some things. How about not lumping people in groups like "Right" and "Left" and just seek the Truth, which takes no sides. Oh, because that would take THINKING, instead of just knee-jerk reactions against ThE oThEr SiDe.

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Posted in: Twitter suspends 70,000 accounts linked to pro-Trump QAnon conspiracy See in context

@Sven Asai

 Democracy means ruling of the people, demos , from Greek language. Now guess, how your presidents are elected...lol Exactly, not by the people, but by a small bunch of elite electoral college votes. Now write it new or find another word, but please, don’t call it democracy.

The United States is not a Democracy. It's a Constitutional Republic. A true Democracy would be 2 wolves and 1 sheep deciding what's for dinner.

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Posted in: Watch your step See in context

@Pukey2

GS, why not just a put up a poster to ask people not to drink themselves silly. Why does everybody else have to act like a nanny and help out these idiots?

Asking people not to drink themselves silly is acting like a nanny.

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Posted in: Democrats prepare 'incitement of insurrection' charge against Trump See in context

Just a few things censored from the Net: 1) DC Police moving barricades aside to let protesters move up the Capitol Building steps. 2) ANTIFA fliers calling for members to go to DC wearing MAGA hats. 3) ANTIFA members breaking Capitol Building windows, Trump supporters grabbing them and pulling them away saying "we don't do that!" "this guy is ANTIFA!" 4) Trump supporters chanting against ANTIFA during the "insurrection", 5) Vice Prez Mike Pence receiving a mysterious coin during a handshake with a senator after the voting had finished (rather creepy, actually) 6) Trump video calling for protesters to go home in peace (removed from Twitter twice) 7) Some ANTIFA members at the DC protest have already been identified NOTE: I'm anti-censorship, NOT pro-Trump (not pro-Biden either).

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 2,268 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 7,790 See in context

When I eat out for lunch at my local cafe, I go at 11. I'm the only one there. At noon, when I am leaving, the mob arrives. Do they REALLY need to have lunch at NOON on SATURDAY? There are other hours to have lunch. Haven't they heard of brunch?

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