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Posted in: LDP lawmaker says being LGBT goes against preservation of species See in context

@tokyo joe

You are so correct. In addition, he has the right to free speech as guaranteed in the Japanese constitution. If he expresses his views and is then elected, he has the support of his constituents. Whether people like it or not is not of his concern. If people don't like it, then become Japanese, acquire the right to vote and then vote for someone who expresses your concerns. If you don't want to do that, well, there are still planes leaving Japan. No one is forcing you to stay.

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Posted in: Mother in Arizona accused of killing her 2 kids had been under scrutiny See in context

She knew what she was doing. She deserves to swing from the gallows. Do some states still use old sparky? That would be perfect for her.

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Posted in: Japan to donate $4 mil in food aid to Myanmar See in context

Why not feed people in Japan who don't have enough to eat first????

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Posted in: Osaka’s remote-learning policy strains teachers; forces students to go to school for lunch See in context

I don't totally blame the schools for this...this is where the PTA should get involved. I have a son who is at public elementary school and the PTA is an absolute joke. In the above case, surely it wouldn't be that difficult for the PTA to get involved and to arrange lunch deliveries to the neediest of students? Sounds like a daunting task but that's what a PTA is work towards the students well being.

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Posted in: UK health service under pressure despite pandemic promises See in context

Both my parents required operations which, if they were Japanese and lived in Japan, would have been done without too much delay or fuss. They both waited ridiculously long times to have treatment. One of my mother's friends, a young woman, had cervical cancer and even after being admitted to hospital for the operation was sent home twice. Once as an anaesthesiologist wasn't available and another time due to a lack of beds. I am a Tory at heart but the total lack of investment and actually reduction of budgets for the NHS is absolutely unacceptable.

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Posted in: TV personality Bobby Ologun fined ¥100,000 for domestic abuse See in context

Girl in Tokyo


Because Japan is a misogynistic country that allows men to get off lightly when they commit rape and domestic violence.

Got any data to back that up ??? Probably not. Bit a pathetic sweeping statement, wouldn't you say???

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Posted in: Women-oriented 'fuzoku' - women 'buying men' as never before See in context

So, if women cheat on their partners it's seen as movement forward for women whereas if men do it, they are seen as scum bags? Cherry picking at it's worst.

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Posted in: Who fired rockets against ordinary citizens first? Our hearts are with Israel. See in context

I was born and raised in stamford hill, north London. Born in a Jewish hospital because the local NHS maternity ward was full. Grew up with orthodox Jewish people all around me. I come from an Irish Catholic family. Never once was I singled out , bullied or harassed for being a Catholic. ISIS, Al Qaeda or any of the other Arabic terrorist organizations responsible for some of the worst terrorist attrocities in recent years have, without a doubt, not a single member of the Jewish faith. I totally agree with Nakayama and the above posters, if they are in fact able to read anything more than the diatribe printed in the left wing toilet paper they call new sources and read the very interesting opinion article in today's new York times, a very left of center paper, they would see that most of the civilized world stands behind Israel and not their childish ' Palestinians are freedom fighters' rhetoric.

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Posted in: In the shadow of COVID-19, a toll on entertainment workers See in context


Art has no intrinsic value per se and is a luxury for a society not in the grip of it's biggest challenge since world war 2. It's called pragmatism. Let's see how though 'positive attitudes' you so value actually contribute to the eradication of this particular corona virus. So you would prefer an artist to visit you at home if you had severe symptoms and not a doctor? Money used for art at such a time is a total waste of money that could be used to pay better salaries for front line medical staff? Or maybe we could send them some 'positive attitudes'??

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Posted in: In the shadow of COVID-19, a toll on entertainment workers See in context


“It just really helped me stay focused and continue to work on myself as an artist and being creative,” she said.

What a load of pretentious rubbish. Millions dead, more infected , hospitals and the medical system under strain . We are all so happy you can stay creative.

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Posted in: After revolutionizing music industry, Spotify's Daniel Ek sets sights on Arsenal See in context

Well, good luck with doing something with arsenal. In that I mean spotify is no longer the leader in streaming and rivals such as youtube music and amazon music offer more for less cash. spotify hasn't really improved that much in the last few years ....take such an approach with a premier league team and they'll be playing Hertford Town f.c , Bishop's stortford f.c. and the like in a few years.

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Posted in: All In: Teaching women to use poker skills in the boardroom See in context


After all, what is a boardroom but a place where power players read each other and make high-stakes decisions with the best available information at the time?

Well, the writer obviously had absolutely no experience of being in a boardroom . Appalling journalism. A boardroom works towards the overall betterment of the organization. It isn't every member for themselves. JT scraping the bottom of the news pool barrel again.

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Posted in: Gov't extends state of emergency through May 31, adding Aichi, Fukuoka prefectures See in context

Well, a short and powerful state of emergency might have worked but what did they dish out?? A lily livered set of urges which even the biggest village idiot in the entire history of village idiots could have predicted wouldn't make any impact .

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 907 new coronavirus cases; 1,005 in Osaka See in context

Apparently suga is happy with the effects of the s.o.e. I have no idea what he can find consoling in these totally unrepresentative numbers!

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Posted in: U.S. Space Command tracks Chinese rocket for uncontrolled re-entry from orbit See in context

First corona, now rockets...what is next for the commies in china to neglect to the detriment of every other nation?

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Posted in: Ishikawa town builds giant squid with COVID relief funds See in context

There's something fishy going on here....

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Posted in: Ishikawa town builds giant squid with COVID relief funds See in context


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Posted in: Woman arrested for dumping boiling water on 1-year-old daughter See in context

@peter neil

It's a common news item on jt ....

This monster should swing from the gallows asap. Society would be better off without her.

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Posted in: 19-year-old drunk driver arrested after passenger dies in crash See in context


Totally agree...and to make matters worse, it was a 'kei" vehicle which means it had as much crash protection as prawn cracker motorbike helmet

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 609 new coronavirus cases; 884 in Osaka See in context

Osaka governor yoshimura is a complete tool. He pestered the central government to lift the last state of emergency in late February , knowing full well the cherry blossom-goodbye-welcome parties were just waiting to happen. He couldn't manage to fall into a river whilst blinding drunk tiptoeing along a precipice at night, let along manage a city

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Posted in: WHO pleads with G7 to step up and combat COVID See in context

This virus originated in china and they did very little to stop it's international spread ( the whole wuhan pock down was done only to reduce economic damage internally ) so as some commentators have said, why not ask china to pay? Ahhh...because organisations such as the who receive huge bucks from the commies in china and you wouldn't want to bite the hand that feeds you, would you?

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Posted in: Japanese schoolgirl and karate teen subdue violent shoplifter See in context


From what kind of legal standpoint can you make such a ridiculous statement. Are you an expert on Japanese criminal law???? I think not.

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Posted in: Japan venture strives to spread its wagyu evaluation tech using AI See in context

Great news! Bravo. Good job JT for bringing us this humanity enhancing news.

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Posted in: Osaka loses to Muchova in 3 sets at Madrid Open See in context

Totally agree with jiji xx

Look at the tennis played by one person???? Ah...maybe the photo for the shadow is muchova's...seems osaka was very much in her shadow.....doesn't seem to win much for a ' world champion'

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Posted in: New York start-up aims to leave a mark with ephemeral tattoos See in context


Maybe after you grow up you'll be able to contribute something worthwhile to a thread instead of leaving infantile comments. I don't have a tattoo and don't want one but some people may not be 100% sure so this is a great solution. As they say ' haters gonna hate.'

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Posted in: India's COVID-19 human crisis spirals with record new cases See in context


You are sooo right and the madness continues.... quote

. On Thursday, millions voted in state elections in West Bengal with little or no regard to social distancing.

I'm sorry but I don't see why other nations are trying to help them when they can't even be bothered to help themselves.

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Posted in: Meet Aloma: the Japanese male idol group cheering on moms through the trials of child-rearing See in context


Your comments could not be in any way more spot on. Hear hear!!

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Posted in: India's crematoriums overwhelmed as virus tears through country See in context

Absolutely nobody to blame but themselves. Huge festivals, government sponsored political rallies with scant regard for any kind of precautions.

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Posted in: Gal Gadot spotlights women's stories in new docuseries See in context

Yawn......let's watch spongebob.. .much more informative

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Posted in: Music and tech team up to cut the milliseconds See in context

Actually, it's a bass guitar

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