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Posted in: Frontline health workers in Japan continue to face discrimination over virus See in context

“Frontline health workers in Japan continue to face discrimination over virus.”

TIJ

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Posted in: Former Emperor Akihito visits palace for 1st time since March See in context

What did he say when he visited?

“Ooooh son, I just LOVE what you’ve done to the place.” ???

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Posted in: Man arrested over hit-and run-death of 12-year-old boy on bicycle See in context

No mention of red light.

Besides, IF the driver ran a red, then the bike did too. The pedestrian right of way stops on their red and the car has right as they will still be green. That is how it works here, no?

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Posted in: The Beatles' legend lives on, 50 years after break-up See in context

@bass That’s the best post I’ve ever seen you write here. Except for the Yoko bit being the main catalyst. Lennon was itching to do something different before he met her. He could’ve met anybody and the result would’ve been the same I think. It just happened to be her. Besides, the boys were growing up, maturing. They all wanted separate lives. Take a look at the promo-video for “Something.” All four with their other halves, not together.

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Posted in: The Beatles' legend lives on, 50 years after break-up See in context

When the Beatles went their separate ways in the early 1970s, few thought that half a century later the pioneering band would still influence pop music culture.

I stopped reading after this first sentence. Utterly ridiculous. They did more in their eight years together than many bands that are still together after 20, 30 or 40 years.

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Posted in: Anxiety prevails over state of emergency declaration See in context

ToshihiroApr. 7  05:10 pm JST

as i said in an earlier article, those who are capable of leaving tokyo should leave while they still can. this is assuming that you're not a carrier of the virus to which you'd better bug in instead in order to keep others safe. maybe this is just the crazy prepper in me saying this but when the masses and the government say something, that situation is already dire and you're already late. pardon me for being an "i told you so" guy but i told you so and i will i tell you things might not look well for tokyo unless the j-gov't do its job properly.

ToshihiroToday  06:52 am JST

Japan has already survived countless disasters throughout its history, it can weather this one out.

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