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Posted in: Enjoy a staycation in the heart of the city See in context

Also a staycation would usually indicate a 1 or 2 day stay. There is no link indicating that there are rentals available for such a short stay just this - https://www.moriliving.com/en/contact/sa

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Posted in: Fuji Rock Festival to send free COVID-19 test kits to all ticket holders See in context

"The last Fuji Rock festival i remember that was actually rock festival was when there were Number Girl and Thee Michelle Gun Elephant. It was like 70s' Woodstock".

When was the last FujiRock you actually attended? It continues to be one of the world's top rock festival for fans and the artists themselves.

Also, what is 70's Woodstock supposed to mean? Woodstock itself was in 1969 while FujiRock never had a "Woodstock" vibe. FujiRock was modeled after the Glastonbury festival.

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Posted in: DaBaby booted from Lollapalooza after homophobic comments See in context

DaBaby is massive in the U.S. While his comments are idiotic, they will most likely bounce off him like a Donald Trump tweet.

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Posted in: Gold and green: Olympic basketball, NBA business intersect See in context

“Hopefully, teams are going to be nice and they can understand that I don’t want to rush anything and at least I can wait until after the game.”

Unfortunately Evan Fournier is not a first tier free agent so I'll sure he'll be plugged in throughout the game. He's got no other choice as the chips will fall quickly.

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Posted in: 4 Olympic workers from U.S., Britain arrested over alleged cocaine use See in context

The "Yunyu Kakunin-sho" has always existed though the designated list of permissible pharmaceuticals has been somewhat scrapped for the Olympics. As per the NHK article above, methamphetamines are now exempt from the law! Coincidentally, this year marks the 70th anniversary of the The 1951 Stimulant Control Law which banned methamphetamine possession in Japan.

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Posted in: 4 Olympic workers from U.S., Britain arrested over alleged cocaine use See in context

What nobody seems to have pointed out is that the Japanese government has changed the drug laws for these Olympics - https://www3.nhk.or.jp/news/html/20210523/k10013046221000.html.

Basically anything can be brought into Japan as long as you have a "prescription". It's rather unbelievable and I wonder what kind of precedent this sets.

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