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Posted in: 2 Japanese die in Shanghai during COVID lockdown; causes unknown See in context

Get out of China, let it implode

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Posted in: Japan to double Ukraine aid to $600 million See in context

the motive is simple, we'll help you stay there because we don't want you to come to Japan

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Posted in: China blasts U.S., Japan rhetoric ahead of Quad summit See in context

China is upset. Good

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Posted in: Kishida, Biden to affirm alignment over Taiwan See in context

So to clarify the ROC actually invaded a sovereign aboriginal nation and now call it Taiwan

Some major deflection there.

Also

So to clarify the USA actually invaded a sovereign aboriginal nation and now call it Hawaii.

Happens a lot it would seem. Probably Hokkaido as well.

Back on topic history still makes Taiwan the original Chinese nation in exile

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Posted in: Do you think self-driving cars will eventually put millions of people out of work around the world? See in context

Yes of course, how can it not? The Low hanging fruit is truck delivery. Why Do you think research in that is in the billions?

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Posted in: Japan planning to allow 20,000 daily foreign arrivals in June See in context

it's a quasi-20,000 not an actual 20,000

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Posted in: Gov't considers revoking license of operator of sunken Hokkaido boat See in context

Considering it!?!? What more do they need to do to be closed?

The operator has not even been charged (indicted) yet. The matter is still under investigation. What kind of "law" / "rule of law". is this?'

It's Japan, the rule of law is a facade. Maybe if it was a foreigner it would be under prosecution by now

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Posted in: Brazil deforestation shatters April record See in context

should we wish to continue living on this planet we need to stop the cutting and paying them to protect and increase the number of trees to repair the lungs instead

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Posted in: Nearly 80% of Japanese think Okinawa's U.S. base-hosting burden unfair See in context

Apparently not a serious poll.

Never seen one. margin of error 19 times out of 20 we'll never know

On the plus side you can make a poll about anything you want and no one can question it, and it will be in conflict with another poll the day or week or month later. It's about the political narrative of the day, not data. The poll is a canard

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Posted in: N Korea launches missile toward sea; Kishida calls it threat to peace See in context

It's the monthly Kaiju missile, followed by the same old cover story

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Posted in: Some companies try 4-day workweek to offer flexibility to employees See in context

 as long as they meet the necessary work hours per month.

They're not really getting this, are they

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Posted in: Can movie theaters save Netflix? 'Door is open,' says trade group boss See in context

I had already left the movie going experience prior to COVID due to noise and unruly patrons, I can't see myself ever going back

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Posted in: Get ready to pay more: Over 40% of Japanese firms to raise prices within a year: survey See in context

we all know wages won't keep pace but the electorate will keep voting LDP. Japan would be perfect for a universal basic income to make up for the decades of sacrifice for companies

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Posted in: Sunken boat exposes flaw in communications system by tour operator See in context

The final decision , and responsibility, whether to set sail or not rests with the Captain.

ok that doesn't make sense. The company should have had information available about the conditions and even information from other boats coming back in to port when it was going out. What kind of two bit operation was this?

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Posted in: Sunken boat exposes flaw in communications system by tour operator See in context

Shiretoko Yuransen's owner publicly apologized Wednesday, admitting his decision to give the green light to depart despite the chance of bad weather was inappropriate.

Inappropriate?? Criminal negligence causing death right there

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Posted in: Canadian police face off with protesters opposed to mandates See in context

To be fair, while the right has the lion’s share of morons and the mentally unbalanced these days, there are plenty to spread around.

That's probably fair, it's just mostly the villiage idiots

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Posted in: Canadian police face off with protesters opposed to mandates See in context

You know nothing of what they did to the citizens of Ottawa. Nothing

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Posted in: Canadian police face off with protesters opposed to mandates See in context

Also this is Canada, we have gun control, free healthcare, and free elections. Gerrymandering is illegal.

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Posted in: Canadian police face off with protesters opposed to mandates See in context

Also with my thanks, because of them the current government will get elected probably a fourth time and the Ontario government should get to boot in June's upcoming election. It was Ontario local government responsibility here not federal to begin with but the premier here is MIA most of the time. Last time he was snowboarding while cabinet were in meetings with police.

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Posted in: Canadian police face off with protesters opposed to mandates See in context

Had no idea that opposing mask mandates are a right-only issue

if you had no clue about the riff raff that were terrorizing the citizens of Ottawa that's not a surprise.

Current government was elected three times, they can't get over it.

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Posted in: Canadian police face off with protesters opposed to mandates See in context

idtiot rightists at it again. we learned the first time.

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Posted in: Scholz says Germany seeks closer ties with Indo-Pacific See in context

But Japan isn't pulling out its companies from China, thus making all the talk meaningless

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Posted in: Russia's standing in G20 not threatened by Ukraine invasion See in context

we can't wait for other countries, continually waiting on the lowest demoniator nation has been nothing but a waste of time

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Posted in: Russia's standing in G20 not threatened by Ukraine invasion See in context

until these organizations are democracies-only they'll continue to be useless

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Posted in: Kishida sends ritual offering to Yasukuni shrine; former PM Abe visits See in context

It's just a list. It's not like a shrine can control spirits

they added the Class A's to the list, they can be taken off too

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Posted in: Japanese firms hit by COVID lockdown in Shanghai See in context

If you're a foreign company still in China after everything that's happened you're not deserving of any sympathy

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Posted in: Trailer released for Makoto Shinkai’s new anime movie, 'Suzume no Tojimari' See in context

Kimi No Na Wa had some plot points that take you out of the movie, hopefully they don't make similar mistakes here

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Posted in: Putin vows to press invasion until Russia's goals are met See in context

Maybe Ukraine should beat them back then take Russian borderlands as a buffer. Take back Crimera too. Maybe people will want freedom over Putin

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Posted in: Kishida eyes trip to Southeast Asia, Europe during Golden Week See in context

Ah yes an Abe-like junket... They grow up so fast

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Posted in: Ukraine evacuees to get up to ¥2,400 a day as living allowance in Japan See in context

So we are paying for them through our taxes?

Yes, obviously. Do you not know where government money comes from or how government works everywhere on Earth?

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