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Posted in: Tokyo reports 299 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 2,134 See in context

Open it up!

stop destroying businesses for nothing!

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Posted in: 'Hand Solo': the one-armed boy who built a Lego prosthesis See in context

So inspiring!!! What an absolute champ!

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Posted in: Japan reviews medical system ahead of possible 6th COVID wave See in context

Ah the glacial pace of the Japanese governmental/bureaucratic system.

Review hospitals after 5th wave??? Not first wave???

Absolutely useless!

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Posted in: U.S. sets the stage for COVID booster shots for millions See in context

I note the third shot is EUA and not fully approved...

Cart before the horse again in regard to long term data after vaccinating...which will be too late

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Posted in: U.S. sets the stage for COVID booster shots for millions See in context

Not much research on a booster shot...where is the Science?

Is everyone just going to trust a private company which is beholden to share holders?

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Posted in: Sushi fans mark your calendars! All sushi is half off in unprecedented Kappa Sushi one-day offer See in context

Low quality in Japan maybe but gourmet level in most western countries. Especially at around a buck a plate!

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Posted in: WHO says air pollution kills 7 mil a year See in context

They need vaccine for air pollution...

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Posted in: 'Who the hell are you?' Japanese man asks bear while it’s attacking him See in context

Geez tough crowd..

I’d bearly scratched the surface…

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Posted in: Man arrested for threatening ‘massacre’ at vaccination site in Tokyo See in context

This Profax vs Antifax craziness has to stop…;)

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Posted in: Johnny Depp film sees Minamata pollution issue as cautionary tale See in context

Could have been modelled on Fukushima today….not much has changed really…

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Posted in: Working until you're 70? Is it desirable? For some, sure... See in context

I think most people who had the choice would retire as early as possible. Money tends to be the only reason to continue working...if you don't have enough you can't retire

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Posted in: Gov't leans toward lifting state of emergency at end of month See in context

Less talk ..more lifting!!!!

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Posted in: 'Who the hell are you?' Japanese man asks bear while it’s attacking him See in context

Don't know how he could bear it...

the attacker was bearly human...

his options were at a bear minimum...

just trying to earn the bear necessities doing his paper round...

His theory the attacker was human didn't bear out under scrutiny...

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Posted in: Melbourne shuts construction sites after violent anti-vax protest See in context

JimizoToday  03:45 pm JST

Fascism is when a minority put the majority at risk due to ill-conceived beliefs.

“A hysterical, low-IQ minority for the most part. 

This pandemic has highlighted how education has failed many.”

pot meet kettle….

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Posted in: Pfizer says COVID-19 vaccine works in kids ages 5 to 11 See in context

Pro vax = Anti-choice..Anti-opinion..Anti-thought

Kids will gain natural immunity and create true herd immunity in the future.

Vaccinating children with provisionlly approved vaccines is dangerous and unneccesary as kids AREN'T dying from covid! For the most part they don't vene know they have covid.

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Posted in: Pfizer says COVID-19 vaccine works in kids ages 5 to 11 See in context

https://www.news.com.au/national/influenza-still-dwarfs-covid19-deaths/video/ed7adc50f8df7f276eea867c5e9cb574

oh no the sky is falling.

The problem here is anyone with Covid has died FROM covid which is patently false.

over reporting Covid deaths and underreporting Flu deaths.

Provax = antichoice!

No long term side effect data on the provisional vaccines and people are happy to give them to their kids??? who by the way won't die from Covid! They will be the ones who build long term immunity from it though by catching it and recovering from it.

the sky is falling brigade is losing steam and people are waking up to their rhetoric of fear and coercion by promoting this Pro... Anti.. BS

Natural immunity is 10 times better than these vaccines which lose efficacy after 6 months.

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Posted in: Pfizer says COVID-19 vaccine works in kids ages 5 to 11 See in context

Healthy kids aren't dying from covid and natural immunity offers a much better outcome than the after 6 month worthless pfizer!

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Posted in: New Zealand’s largest city to remain locked down See in context

StrangerlandToday  04:59 am JST

If they have vaccinated the most at risk and also targeted the vaccine hesitant among that cohort there should be no need for further vaccinations or lock downs

Which epidemiologists said that?

Robert Malone...the guy who helped invent the mRNA vax...

Along with if the vaccines are so great why arent countries who are 80-90% vaxxed having herd immunity and no cases...

You arguments for mass vaccinations are old! People have had enough! VAccines are good for the old and infirm but natural immunity is shown to be much better and longer lived in those who have had the virus.

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Posted in: New Zealand’s largest city to remain locked down See in context

If they have vaccinated the most at risk and also targeted the vaccine hesitant among that cohort there should be no need for further vaccinations or lock downs. People die every year it is a part of life. Healthy people aren’t dying from this virus! The main thing the Govts need to do is increase beds for monitoring at risk groups who have contacted severe COVID. For most it is mild to asymptomatic. These lockdowns are destroying peoples sanity and causing suicides depression at much more alarming rates than COVID could itself!

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Posted in: 7-year-old boy drowns in river in Shiga Prefecture See in context

Fast flowing rivers are dangerous for even strong swimmers. It is amazing how fast things can go wrong in these situation even for the most diligent parents!

RIP

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Posted in: 17-year-old boy will not be prosecuted over 6-year-old sister’s death See in context

Prosecute the useless mother!

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 565 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 3,401 See in context

Congrats Japan!

hopefully this insanity will be over soon! Look forward to the day the newspapers no longer report anything concerning this! Hope to be back there soon!

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Posted in: U.S. panel backs COVID-19 boosters only for elderly, high-risk See in context

Or like the article states boosters for elderly and high risk only!

which by the way should have been the advice for vaccination as a whole initially!

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Posted in: Japan's top COVID-19 adviser says peak of 5th wave over See in context

Open the pubs!!!

Time to PARTY!!!!

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Posted in: Nuclear reactor in Shimane passes safety review See in context

If you want to increase your nuclear waste footprint this is the best way to do it....

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Posted in: Fukushima plant failed to probe cause of faulty filters See in context

When are TEPCO management going to start going to Jail for this insanity?

They knew they were broken and did nothing. Surely that is a crime!!!???

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Posted in: COVID-19 deaths of people aged under 60 soar in Japan due to Delta variant See in context

The scare mongering and manic hysteria of these news articles is scarier than Covid itself!

Soaring??? really???

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Posted in: Algerian judoka banned for 10 years for refusing Tokyo Olympic bout See in context

I would have thought beating the israeli in the ring would have been a better protest

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 611 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 4,171 See in context

Most Japanese people and residents of Japan probably already have NATURAL immunity! There haven’t been lockdowns or hysteria there like in Australia and NZ so a large percentage of the population have most likely already developed natural immunity which is the reason behind the dropping numbers!…

Party on!

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Posted in: Japanese university developing coronavirus vaccine in form of a nasal spray See in context

Can't be any worse than the ones we already have...they only last for 6 months.

Thankfully the world is moving on and the virus is lessening in it pathogenicity!

If the vaccines are so great and those who are most at risk of death or severe illness are vaccinated why are they even talking of continuing with vaccinations for all. With breakthrough cases, the chances of a vaccine resistant strain are likely increased in coming from vaccinated people who would have most likely only experienced asymptomatic or mild cases even without vaccination.

Open up and move on! The Sky isn't falling!

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