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Posted in: Is it too early to make a decision on whether or not to cancel or defer the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games due to the outbreak of the coronavirus? See in context

By the time the Olympics come around, Corona will be down the old memory hole. Seriously, Japan's population will struggle to remember it. Just like any other topical moment in this country. Eh? Chotto... Ah sou ka! Hai Hai Hai. It wasn't do bad ne!

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Posted in: Australian bushfires extinguished, but climate rows rage on See in context

Australian LNG exports were also more than twice those of the United States, the world's other fast-growing LNG producer. 

Fantastic. I agree, let's keep it going!

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Posted in: Snoop Dogg apologizes for attacking TV anchor over Bryant story See in context

Snoop has been tried for murder. He, like Kobe, knows how it feels to be thinking about spending a long, long time in prison.

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Posted in: 112-year-old Japanese recognized as world's oldest living man by Guinness See in context

Guinness recognises his achievement. Unfortunately, he is unable to recognise anybody.

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Posted in: Oscars draws smallest-ever audience See in context

 when right-wing nutter Clint talked down to that empty chair

Why did you watch the Republican National Convention?

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Posted in: Oscars draws smallest-ever audience See in context

Just like the Grammys, the Superbowl and the NBA. When people who have watched it for 40 years turn it on to realise it is not only unrecognisable but now openly agitates against them - they have plenty of other viewing options.

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Posted in: Drug influence on man who killed 19 disabled people negligible: doctor See in context

Please post a link to one conclusive article written by a reputable medical organization stating the above comment is factual. 

Here you go, legend.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26568030

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29557758

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Posted in: Drug influence on man who killed 19 disabled people negligible: doctor See in context

There is consistent evidence of a relationship between ongoing marijuana use and psychotic episodes.

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Posted in: Japanese husbands in survey say they do half the housework and childcare; wives say 'Nope' See in context

Not saying Japanese husbands are lining up for chores but the fact is that Japanese wives and mothers in-law seem to like things done "their way or no way". Not just mine, this opinion has been agreed upon almost unanimously by both foreign and Japanese men who I know. Throw kids into the mix and she just prefers you stay right out when choosing their clothes, their lunches, their club activities or anything else she might have to justify in front of other mums. For Japanese women to allow their husbands to do more around the house means relinquishing control over their space.

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Posted in: Brexit finally arrives Friday: A momentous yet quiet moment See in context

Now for England, Wales and Northern Ireland to have a referendum over whether to still allow Scotland to remain part of the UK. The Scots have been good for their comedy value but they are beginning to wear out their welcome.

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Posted in: 3 Japanese returnees from Wuhan test positive for new coronavirus See in context

It's clear that everyone in Wuhan has this virus. It is going to be a matter of how it is handled rather than how it is contained.

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Posted in: Man arrested for leaving father’s ashes in toilet at Tokyo Station See in context

Drop the ashes into the unwanted baby box. Surely if you can put an unwanted live child in there you can put an unwanted dead old man?

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Posted in: 2 arrested over murder of man who reported burglar in his home See in context

Still doesn’t justify murder but he did make him self a target for scumbags.

Nice. Blame the victim. How about teaching these men that robbery and murder is wrong?

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Posted in: Trump says Pelosi may be guilty of treason See in context

The US Government is collapsing in front of our eyes.

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Posted in: From Hitler to Michael Jackson, unlikely names for Nobel Peace Prize See in context

Kissinger, Arafat, Gore, Obama. The prize is a joke and any "man of peace" would reject it out of hand.

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Posted in: Winning streak See in context

Never felt the urge to streak at any time.

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympic organizers look for advice to battle heat next year See in context

It will be fine. Have plenty of towels and cool water available for spectators. Be ready with efficient cool down protocols for athletes. Seoul and Beijing have hosted games under similar conditions.

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Posted in: Abe pushes for serious debate on constitution as Diet session begins See in context

Oh ya! Just look what happened with the Brexit referendum?

Britain is gutless.

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Posted in: Abe pushes for serious debate on constitution as Diet session begins See in context

Japan is not a pacifist nation. It is a nation with war in its blood. The world is terrified of China right now and too gutless to ask them nicely to take a step back. Why not ask Japan, a nation that has humiliated China for 400 years to pull on the gloves? Ask a nation like Japan that hasn't been broken by PC weakness to push China in the back. Japan will look them right in the eye.

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Posted in: Man says he abused stepdaughter because efforts to discipline her didn't work See in context

 would be too explicit if I said what I would do to this "man"

You wouldn't do anything.

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Posted in: Man says he abused stepdaughter because efforts to discipline her didn't work See in context

A lot of tough talk in this thread. If you really want to be a tough guy, encourage women not to have babies out of wedlock, discourage divorce by encouraging couples staying together and scold unstable men who want to take on the responsibility of someone else's children. Forget your charity and prayers.

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Posted in: Man says he abused stepdaughter because efforts to discipline her didn't work See in context

Sadly all too common. Non-biological parents are 17 times more likely to cause a fatal assault toward a child than biological parents.

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Posted in: Sanders cancels U.S. presidential campaign events after heart scare See in context

Bernie looks like he won't have the health to run. This Ukraine mess has finished Biden. How long will the Hillary announcement be?

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Posted in: Torrential rain hits western Japan See in context

Terrible for farmers getting ready to harvest their rice.

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Posted in: Australian opposition call for release of Trump transcript See in context

Orange Man BAD!

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Posted in: At least 20 dead, 26 wounded after shooting at Walmart store in Texas See in context

The sooner AK-47s are banned in the United States the sooner we will see an end to this awful violence.

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Posted in: Trump distorts census, Obama-Biden record See in context

Democracy rewards the best liars. Every President in my living memory has been an almost sociopathic liar. If these politicians told the truth they would be booed off the stage.

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Posted in: Trump distorts census, Obama-Biden record See in context

Trump supporters already know he is an a-grade bullplopper but they don't care as long as he starts doing something for his base - anything in fact. His opponents, despite their constant tears, humiliation and projection would be delighted that he has done nothing so far. If the Dems are smart with their candidate and appeal to their base, they can win. They will blow it of course.

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Posted in: Trump postpones nationwide immigration enforcement sweep See in context

I was really touched by CrazyJoes comment that illegals had contributed $10 billion to SS. I mean, that's $30 for every man, woman and child in America. $30! Now I don't want my retirement to be made too comfortable so I donated my $30 to an elderly Guatemalan woman who was on the bus next to me. She looked at me like I was crazy and when I explained why I was doing it she smiled and laughed. Everyone's day is a little better now.

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