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Posted in: Mayweather expects 'easy payday, easy opponent' in Japan fight See in context

Mayweather would fight his own shadow as long as people are stupid enough to pay. He claims to be the goat of boxing but has a very very limited knowledge, or probably scant regard for boxing history. Ask any boxer , amateur or pro, who is the greatest of all time and they’ll say sugar ray robinson

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Posted in: Mayweather expects 'easy payday, easy opponent' in Japan fight See in context

Jeans and t shirt

explain then if boxing is not fighting, what is it?

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Posted in: Fan misbehavior on rise in English soccer, government says See in context

Soccer is an American term so I highly doubt it originated in Europe.

football hooliganism on the other hand has evidence tracing it back to the 14th century so it’s hardly a modern problem. It’s very nature is extremely territorial , especially if you actually read up on how different villages and towns would square off against each other. Add a dash of alcohol to that and tempers will flare and decorum be dammed.

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Posted in: Friend of mother who starved son to death sentenced to 15 years See in context

Don’t waste taxpayers’ money on keeping this vermin alive .The gallows noose asap please.

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Posted in: Russian pop star's war criticism stirs vigorous debate See in context

Brave woman. If I were her, I would be very careful what I eat, drink and whom I get close to. We’ve seen how Russian agents, allegedly, have poisoned people very effectively with devastating consequences.

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Posted in: Teacher arrested for putting bleach in school lunch See in context


the amount of easily bought bleach needed to cause death is rather a lot. Stomach and upper respiratory tract and esophagus irrational for sure, probably requiring hospital treatment.

luckily for the poor students under her, she was in fact quite ignorant.

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Posted in: Awareness of discrimination against women has increased. Organizers worried that they would not be able to gain social support if the situation remained unchanged. See in context

My word, the world is doomed . ‘ internal beauty’? What’s next? The 100m sprint for people are ‘ internally’ faster?

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Posted in: 'Japan’s Got Talent' coming to screens in 2023 with Japanese comedian as judge See in context

Well, if the title of the show determines the contents then it’s go into be very short

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Posted in: Viola Davis 'conflicted' as 'Woman King' faces crucial box office battle See in context

Benin is one of the most violent and dangerous places in Africa with terrorism and kidnapping rampant. Of course this will be whitewashed to present so kind of ‘ utopia ‘ like that utter nonsense in the blank panther movies.

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Posted in: Hong Kong opera star apologizes for praising British queen See in context

They’ll be burning books there next.

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Posted in: Sympathy for the suspect and his family environment should not lead to justification for the crime he committed. See in context

Not a justification for his actions but the cause of his actions. A cause that has grown like a virus here in Japan, destroying families and eaten away at the body politic.

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Posted in: New monarch gives fresh impetus to Scotland's independence debate See in context

Got to love the simple fact that in 1707 the Scots gave up their independence willingly in return for access to , at the time, England’s overseas trading channels. Pity most Scots seem to have intentionally forgotten that

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Posted in: New malaria vaccine results raise hopes of mass rollout See in context

And it won’t reach a tenth of the people who need it due to the endemic ingrained corruption that is widespread in Africa

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Posted in: Japan to remove entry cap in 'not-so-distant future,' official says See in context

Osaka without the hoardes of Chinese tourists is a much nicer place. I hope it continues like this for the foreseeable future.

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Posted in: Gummies co-produced by anime singer LiSA go on sale in Japan See in context

wow, she can sing, apparently, and is also a confectionery whizz. I can’t wait to try them, NOT.

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Posted in: Unification Church ex-members in Japan say they were treated like an 'economic army' See in context

The moonies should pay for Abe’s funeral then.

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Posted in: After a lifetime of preparation, Charles takes the throne See in context

A very controversial opinion I have but I think he should abdicate immediately and pass the throne to William. It would be a fresh start for the house of Windsor and one that might bring more support for them after the long list of scandals they have been involved in.

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Posted in: State funeral for Abe appropriate given his achievements: Kishida See in context

Abe’s achievements are purely the opinion of the Ldp and many in Japan, the majority, do not agree with a state funeral. When , however, has the ldp ever given any concern about what the population here thinks ?

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Posted in: Japanese language school decertified over abuse of Vietnamese student See in context

Was it one of those chain schools?

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Posted in: 36-year-old mother arrested for abandoning newborn infant in Tokyo park See in context

Agreed Lindsay

yet the government can spend 1.6 billion on Abe’s funeral. How many single parents could that help? Shame on Kishida

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Posted in: Amazon to unveil its $1bil bet with 'Lord of the Rings' prequel launch See in context

Is that Steven Tyler standing next to Bezoz?

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Posted in: High energy prices threaten UK hospital services See in context

Have to blame the Tories for this. They privatised the gas and electricity industries and now the companies who run them only feel responsible only to their shareholders. Maximum profits, happy shareholders, bigger bonuses for execs. Time to nationalise these and other key industries again. And I am a Tory btw

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Posted in: We’ve been receiving inquiries in recent years from an increasing number of schools about swimwear that can meet demand from sexual minority students. See in context

1 enquiry in 2018

1 in 2019

2 in 2020

2 again in 2021

Don't know how many this year.

Yep, definitely increasing.

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Posted in: China's jobless turn to car boot sales as COVID-hit economy stalls See in context

My heart bleeds for than pan sad he has to sell booze from his Tesla ...

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Posted in: Japan vows to work for 'more resilient' African economies See in context

Does more ' resilient' mean less corruption? Probably not. Alot of this money, like the money innocent people were conned out of for ' live aid' will just go to a very corrupt, abhorrent group of people

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Posted in: What are some fondly remembered TV shows from your youth? See in context

Benny hill for sure... And the fact the woke left absolutely hate it makes it even more fun to watch again

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Posted in: Australia enlists NBA legend Shaquille O'Neal on Indigenous reform See in context

And nobody in Australia from the indigenous communities can do this? That's a bit condescending.

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Posted in: Woman fatally stabbed by boyfriend on street in Osaka Prefecture See in context


What kind of little boys carry a knife, a kitchen knife it has been reported, around ??? You can lash out , as we all have, with a verbal assault but it takes a complete pos to attack someone with a knife . Hang him high and save us taxpayers, the ones on this forum who actually live here, the expense

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Posted in: Japan to pledge around $30 billion in African aid at conference: report See in context

And there are people in Japan, people who need help to survive financially due to circumstances beyond their control.

Charity begins at home.

Look after the people here first before you flash money around just to keep up with the Joneses

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