Seth Majer comments

Posted in: Anti-U.S. base incumbent Tamaki wins 2nd term as Okinawa governor See in context

Not to nitpick but his smile should be a lesson to children to take care of their teeth well.

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Posted in: RFK Jr's anti-vaccine group kicked off Instagram, Facebook See in context

Take it to Truth Social. They only ‘censor’ there if you post anti 45, pro-choice, Jan 6th etc. If you don’t mind that you’ll find the audience you need.

You sure know a lot. What is your User ID over there so I can check out your latest info and pics?

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Posted in: 6 dead, 30 wounded in shooting at Chicago-area July 4 parade; man detained See in context

He said “If the phone lines are not busy and you don’t have any outstanding warrants or priors, 25 min.”

I said “Look, I know it’s your job but don’t you think that’s insane?”

”Yes. It’s ridiculous.”

I was walking down an alley off of Skid Row in downtown L.A. A man standing by an 85 Cadillac Coupe DeVille waved me over and opened the trunk. To my surprise, there was a full arsenal of guns and magazines. He asked if I was interested and I laughed it off. So I asked out of curiosity if I would need a background check if I decided to purchase. He laughed and said of course not. He then went on to say that 99% of guns on the streets were unlicensed and purchased from men like him. Go figure!

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Posted in: Trump lunged at driver to try to join Capitol riot: aide See in context

Pelosi only objected to 2 names and that's because they are part of the investigation

Hold up, the woman that closed all hair salons in her district during Covid but had one open just for her? Why do you keep putting her on a pedestal?

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Posted in: Biden accuses Trump, supporters of holding 'dagger at throat' of democracy See in context

Indeed. Trump calls the vaccine a "miracle", says it is completely "safe and it works", and has had three jabs...

The one you took twice already, can't wait to be first in line for the 3rd shot this Spring and doubted in 2020? Talking about a complete 180. It sounds like you should thank the man instead of wishing his demise on a daily basis.

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Posted in: Jones' 9th-inning homer keeps Orix alive in Japan Series See in context

I am happy for Jones. His tenure has been shaky since signing is $8 million deal in 2019 but finally good to see him win one for Orix. Go Orix!

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Posted in: Waukesha parade crash suspect's bail raises questions See in context

a man with a long criminal history and running over his child's mother.

Sorry, all I see here is a whole lot of victim coddling. Mass media will be off of this topic in 1 or 2 days after the Arbury case comes to a close.

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Posted in: Waukesha parade crash suspect's bail raises questions See in context

Quote the text of the constitution that includes self-defense. I’ll wait.

Tell me where in the Constitution does it say that it isn't a right.

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Posted in: Fate of California Gov Newsom hangs on recall vote See in context

How is that possible? SF has the highest number of billionaires in the world.

and one of the highest rates of homelessness in the country.

Texas has serious problems and they can't manage power grid and people freeze to death.

I guess you have no idea about California's terrible power grid which we constantly get blackouts in heat waves. Try again!

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Posted in: Florida gunman kills 4, including mom still holding baby See in context

Just another day in a red state.

So you woke up. Did a quick Google search for his picture to check the race. Noticed he wasn't white so your go-to white supremacy thing is out the window. Next looked at the State and much to your satisfaction happened in a red state so had to rush here to say that. No RIPs or sympathy for the dead victims by a crazy man strickened by ptsd. Instead you choose to make everything political and seems like you are dancing on the grave of the victims.

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Posted in: Sean Penn says Trump 'machine-gunned the vulnerable' during COVID See in context

 Don't want to mess up the cash flow.

Exactly, you notice nothing was said about Gavin Newsom. Covid regulations are made by the States. If things go wrong and there is a "D" by the governor's name, blame the President.

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Posted in: Sean Penn says Trump 'machine-gunned the vulnerable' during COVID See in context

You seem confused. When did Penn apologise to China? All “Hollywood libs” are the same are they?

Just saying "China" and notice how quick you came to defend. I have yet to hear you say anything about China or Cuomo.

Must be nice to have such a simple childlike view of the world, comforting

Once you give up debating and resort to personal attacks, you have already lost.

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Posted in: Florida governor signs voting law that critics call 'un-American' See in context

An interesting take on the old "if you don't like it here, leave" mantra. People live in places that they call home. They may have roots there, or build and be part of communities. And with anywhere you call home, there will be things about it you want to change for the better.

So why do you have huge interest in a State that has nothing to do with you? I don't hear people on the inside of Florida complaining nor was there a huge outcry within Georgia. Only people on the outside are complaining. Fact, many States have Republicans governors that do what governors do and make laws for that State. Unlike you, I don't make vacation plans according to whether that State or city's politician has a "D" or "R" by their name.

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Posted in: Florida governor signs voting law that critics call 'un-American' See in context

People voted, Republicans lost. It’s that simple. Thus the move to limit voting because we can’t have a bunch of uppity minorities expressing their displeasure.

So why complain? If you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to lose.

Yep, my Florida vacation plans are off!

If whoever the politician of a place is decides where you go, why do you remain in a place where you hate the leaders?

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Posted in: Georgia voting fight sets the stage for Kemp's 2022 run See in context

Georgia is going to require a driver’s license number, social security number or other ID on absentee ballots — provisions that some allege may disenfranchise Black voters.

Actually not that early in the morning for you to address my first sentence on how taking away money from Black-owned businesses and putting them into white-owned ones benefits the Black community. You notice that you pick and choose small bits of someone's comment and always fail to address the entire issue.

And this is 2021, not the mid-20th century. The civil right movement of the 1960’s and the Southern Strategy of the 70’s made the Democratic (not “Democrat”) party to be the party of civil rights and the GOO to be the party of white grievance and voter suppression.

Same goes with this one here. Address the topic of MLB suppressing Black-owned businesses. You want to avoid that though and avoid the fact that Joe Biden called this worse than Jim Crow.

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Posted in: U.S. Olympic officials back athletes' right to protest at Tokyo Olympics See in context

Yeah, we all know that certain protests (the popular, fashionable, twitter-driven, woke ones) will be encouraged, but anything else won't be allowed at all. Taking a knee to support BLM (and their call to defund the police and break-up the family) and you'll be celebrated. Protest against lock-downs, corruption in the highest level of sports, or anything like that, and it'll be a different story.

Biden is supposedly the president so there won't be need to protest anymore because social workers will replace police and coronavirus will magically disappear under his reign.

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Posted in: Biden calls for action on virus as he introduces health team See in context

Y'all talking about the U.S. on the outside looking in but I am on the inside looking straight.

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Posted in: Biden calls for action on virus as he introduces health team See in context

You can still eat pizza inside your Costco? Mine has removed all the tables and has made everything take-out only.

I am talking about Costco in the U.S. not Japan. The ones in Los Angeles, the most locked down and strict on dining counties in the entire U.S. still have tables for diners. They are outside. Tables are full so diners sit on walls and curbs to eat.

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Posted in: Super Mario theme park to open at Universal Studios Japan in February See in context

So this a separate Super Mario theme park and not the Nintendo World Zone within USJ that they planned? Then the 4th paragraph calls it an attraction. Is this a theme park, zone or attraction?

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Posted in: Prosecutors charge 3 more officers in George Floyd's death See in context

Funny thing on here is that people support the burning, looting and people dying during these protests. However, when I suggest that the killer cop get the death penalty, people call it savage and heartless smh

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Posted in: Protesters clash with police in New York; Pentagon deploys 1,600 troops into Washington region See in context

Property is sacrosanct, black lives aren't, huh? Get in a room with all the people who have lost their fathers, mothers, brothers, sisters, sons and daughters and tell them how Target's corporate earnings are more important.

I am not talking about corporations, I am talking about minority-owned businesses which you could care less about. Do you dare me to post every single link of videos of people beating storeowners, burning businesses and shooting at each other? No problem. Now do me a huge favor and interview every single of the people above that they were truly doing this in the name of George Floyd then will be donating all proceedings to his family and those who have suffered police brutality. Also wanted to see how much effort you have put into the cause sitting on your sofa in a Tokyo apartment.

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Posted in: Protesters clash with police in New York; Pentagon deploys 1,600 troops into Washington region See in context

We have video evidence of police driving into crowds of people. Shooting citizens and journalists for no reason other than to instil fear. Placing bricks on the ground as a pretext for "self-defense". Arresting people who have committed no crime.

We also have video of storeowners being beaten to a pulp protecting their businesses, homes being looted and stores being looted and burned to the ground with zero police presence. I wanted to remind you that many of moms and pops stores that are Black, Hispanic, Asian and Middle Eastern owned. Items can replaced, lives can't huh? Get in a room with all of the people who have lost jobs and their life savings over this to explain to them how none of this is a big deal.

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Posted in: Japan enacts law to impose tougher penalties for road rage incidents See in context

when I go to town, just one slow driver adds about an extra 20 minutes and causes a long line of cars behind, all angry because they will be late for work.

Leave earlier or go around them. Even on a double yellow, if the car is going well under the speed limit like you said, check for oncoming traffic and go around. I have heard of people being stopped by police believe it or not for driving too slow.

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Posted in: Tokyo issues alert after 34 coronavirus cases confirmed See in context

Been saying this for weeks and a lot people thought it was no big deal. I wish I were wrong, but I'm not!

Japan had 900 deaths and people some people here are in an outright frenzy. Another country has over 100,000 deaths with millions as we speak congregating together shoulder to shoulder and all I hear is crickets. Go figure!

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Posted in: World alarmed by violence in U.S.; thousands march in London See in context

Don't get it twisted! Other countries are not protesting racism and police brutality in the U.S. but for racism and injustice. UK, Australia, Germany, Canada, NZ, France, etc also have racism and oppression against minorities but U.S. always hogs the headlines. Stand up for what you believe in!

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Posted in: Officials blame differing groups of outsiders for violence across U.S. See in context

The powers that be don't care if you destroy your own neighborhoods. Your reality, their entertainment. Why has not a single, solitary soul thought about taking the fight to the wealthy part of town?

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Posted in: Minneapolis overwhelmed again by protests over Floyd death See in context

One thing people fail to mention here as they continue to call Japan stupid for opening up and the lack of social distancing. Japan has had around 900 deaths since the pandemic began. U.S. has had 105,000 deaths. Statistically 1/3 of those deaths have been from African Americans. That is 33 times more African Americans have died from this than Japanese. If you think COVID-19 takes a break during protests, you are sadly mistaken. I am worried about all of this.

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Posted in: U.S. police officer who kneeled on black man's neck charged with third-degree murder See in context

While you peck away at your keyboard those people are out making things happen.

From interviews I am watching with people from the neighborhood in and around Lake Street, many upon many are upset about the outcome. The barbershops, supermarkets, gas stations, clothing spots, liquor stores, laundromats, library, bars, shoe stores, etc that they frequented their whole lives have been destroyed or burned to a crisp. Many were pillars of the community and Black-owned. Some even put up signs on the windows that said "Black-owned" which didn't faze anyone. People could just walk over due to the convenience and now many mentioned that they have to drive for miles just to buy food for live. Might I mention there were many out of state license plates. One guy said in the shoe shop they were looting, he chatted with people driving in from Chicago and other States.

As we destroy our own communities, the powers that be are watching at home laughing in the safety of their own abodes. Most of these businesses will never reopen because Covid had already most of them skating in thin ice. The revolution could have been taken to the rich part of town, then people would care and make a swift change. Did you notice the police and national guard weren't deployed for 2 days after most of the community was gone? The powers that be did nothing and said naw, just let them do what they want.

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