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Posted in: Oil industry placing risky bet on plastics: report See in context

Every fish we fish out have microplastics in them. Even the deepest points in the ocean have plastic in them. Who's to blame? coca cola company is the biggest polluter in the world. cruise ships also pollute incredible a lot because it costs money to have your trash taken care of at the port, so they dump it in the ocean.

But give it time and china will have fishes every ocean in the world dry anyway, so we dont need to worry about plastic in the fish.

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Posted in: China tries to flip the pandemic script, starring a 'reborn' Wuhan See in context

Don't trust anything that china says. the country's got concentration camps and are committing genocide.

Are you goint to delete this comment, too? it's the truth.

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Posted in: More than 12,000 people taken to hospital nationwide for heatstroke Aug 17-23 See in context

@since1981 it's not about body fat. stuff like your body temperature is different depending on where you are from which can affect how you feel the outside temperature a lot. young or old, it doesn't matter. if you're pushing 60 you should have obtained this kind of knowledge by now.

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Posted in: Abe ties Sato for longest uninterrupted term as PM See in context

Even if he was a good leader, it's healthy for the political climate to get some fresh faces in with new thinking. Oyaji japan is never going to improve if people like this keeps leading all parts of society.

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Posted in: 'Hanko' specialist gives coronavirus his stamp of disapproval See in context

Hanko is a useless relic of the past

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Posted in: China's fishing suspension near disputed islands in East China Sea ends See in context

china's fishing fleet come with armed forces along with them, so that they can bully their way after entering sovereign waters of other countries. china is cancer, all of it.

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Posted in: Pandemic derails Abe's strategy to revive regional Japan with tourism See in context

What does they expect? It's a pandemic. NOT the time to be travelling around. If all of us cant do our part, this pandemic is going to last until next year and it won't even end immediately with a vaccine due to the sheer number of people who are going to need it. Then there are mutations of the virus. Just stay home, visit close family if u have to go somewhere. Wear a mask. It's shouganai, not just for us, but for the whole world who failed to take this seriously.

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Posted in: Japanese student criticized for campaign against excess plastic packaging See in context

Japan sorely needs a garbage revolution. The overly luxurious wrappings for candy is such nonsense.

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Posted in: Postponed Tokyo Olympics hit 1-year-to-go mark — again See in context

Cancel it and bill china.

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Posted in: Asian shares fall as investors mull Chinese growth data See in context

china's economy is probably half lies anyway, just how their gold reserves were found out to not be what they said it was.

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Posted in: Fans rush to see panda cub as Tokyo's Ueno zoo reopens after 4-month closure See in context

Went to ueno zoo once, never going back.

All the animals just pacing back and forth, stressed out of their minds... so sad to watch. It's animal cruelty.

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Posted in: 5-year-old girl falls to her death from 8th-floor balcony See in context

Ah, Japanese and their absolutely lacking understanding of possible dangers, meaning the mother should have thought of the possibility this can happen. Tune in next month for a similar new story, I guess.

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Posted in: The odd phenomenon of some Japanese husbands making their wives put their socks on for them See in context

I hope not all Japanese men are just big babies.

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Posted in: Japan urges Taiwan's participation in WHO assembly See in context

It sadly isn't possible due to how the WHO is formed, but I wish they'd kick china out. Welcome Taiwan, a better nation.

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Posted in: Japan joins calls for investigation into WHO's virus response See in context

Considering how much power china has over the WHO, the most affected countries excluding china should set up their own independent investigation. Anything with china in it can't be trusted, and that's not related to covid.

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Posted in: Japanese customs: A guide in a coronavirus world? See in context

This article is wrong on so many accounts...

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Posted in: Coca Cola Japan giving away one million free drinks to encourage people to exercise at home See in context

Coca cola is the biggest polluter in the world, and sugary cola is the reason many is exercising to begin with.

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Posted in: Japan 'on the brink' as it struggles to hold back coronavirus See in context

Thanks for yet another pandemic, china. if the world doesnt open its eyes and do something after this, thanks for the next one 10 years later, too.

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Posted in: High hug See in context

Before you shout social distancing, consider these two are most likely partners and might just be living together. It's impossible to distance themselves. Or they are't and just don't care.

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Posted in: Visually impaired man hit and killed by train after falling off platform See in context

@Jonathan Do you know what blind means? It means he has trouble seeing, making it an even higher risk for falling/tripping

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Posted in: Japanese man detained in China's Hunan Province since July See in context

China is literally modern nazi germany with concentration camps, human experiments and worse. Worse than germany ever became back then. They lie, steal and infiltrate.

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Posted in: Famed Tokyo sushi restaurant Jiro dropped from Michelin gourmet guide See in context

If the cheapest set costs 40k yen, and they can only accept 10 customers, they've purposely put themselves in an unconvenient and un-customerfriendly position. They obviously could afford a bigger place and to train more expert staff. There is no respect in going to such a place where they only hype themselves for the sake of fame.

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Posted in: 72-year-old man backs car into granddaughter, killing her See in context

I don't think it's just a problem of aged drivers.

Japanese people have literally no sense or understanding of danger or "what could happen" way of thinking.

The whole country is a safety bubble with guidances from pre-school to the retirement. Think a little, creatively, about what is possible, when you have a child, near a car.

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Posted in: Elderly woman describes her flood victim husband's final moments See in context

We all knew the mega typhoon was coming. Why did no one help them to prepare properly beforehand?

It's people like this who have the highest risk during these disasters.

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Posted in: Student uses invisible ink to ace ninja report See in context

But can she Naruto Run?

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Posted in: Revamped cabinet lineup signals Abe's gambit to stay in power See in context

This picture is nothing but out of touch old people.

Their ways of thinking can't possibly be what the younger, future generation needs.

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Posted in: Should the international community protect the Amazon? See in context

@1glenn are you dense? the amazon forest provides support to the entire earth's climate. What happens to it affects ALL of us. It's he, the very corrupt leader of brazil that are violating international sovereignty by intentionally destroying it, year after year, despite receiving financial support from many countries that are intended as a bribe to stop what he's doing.

If you ask me, he should be buried alive.

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Posted in: Mother arrested for attempting to kill daughters aged 4 and 3 See in context

Just a regular day in the taboo mental health issue of Japan.

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Posted in: Whaling town Taiji begins dolphin hunt See in context

For people talking about respecting culture: Just because it's a culture doesn't meant it's a good thing.

In fact, like hunting dolphins into a bloodbath trap, is nothing short of barbaric.

Japan has a lot of great qualities. This old tradition? Not one of them.

Don't these guys eat enough fish already? The earth's oceans are stretched thin already.

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Posted in: China urges Japan, S Korea to resolve dispute through dialogue See in context

China, the country that listens to no-one and is openly committing atrocities? get real

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