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Posted in: Bored Games: Aussie softball team finds Olympic bubble challenging See in context

Cant say Aussies are really ‘feeling the love’ here after the mayor’s overt ‘Nationalism’ over ‘Omotenashi’ “welcoming”:

“You’re so cool… [but] "I think you'll come in 2nd place" Shimizu told the team. "The champions will be Japan." -

Is there not “one”, over 60+ Japanese politician, or government official, connected with these Olympics, that hasn’t ‘put their foot in their mouth”?

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Posted in: Biden says he supports Suga's plan to hold safe Tokyo Olympics See in context

First Boris, now Biden. All part of Suga’s(?) “master plan of diversion” while more of the Diet’s new selective “Emergency” legislative powers are being enacted on back home?

Ok, You guys make the Constitutional changes back home while I divert attention with a “last ditch” effort overseas to garner support for the big O.”-

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Posted in: Danny Elfman writes a solo album with 'venom' pouring out See in context

Have to admit, at first glance, he looks like a grown-up “Ron Weasley” in the lead photo. But @7:41am, a sincere question: “Why even post here in “Entertainment”, everyday, if You, allegedly, don’t know the “who ????” and “what ????” Perhaps reading the articles the writers take time to write may help answer these repetitive, perhaps often insincere questions.

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Posted in: Danny Elfman writes a solo album with 'venom' pouring out See in context

Awesome 3D sculpture & album cover image in the accompanying photos!

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Posted in: Man arrested for abusing girlfriend’s 1-year-old son See in context

A uncontrollable monster.

“Doctors said the boy had suffered an acute subdural hematoma.” -

This is an injury to the head and brain, extremely common in both boxing and kickboxing.

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Posted in: Stationmaster cat dies in Oita after being hit by car See in context

Doesn’t read if it was an unintentional accident or a ‘hit & run’.

Certainly, in Japan, where all life and nature is universally held as ‘sacred’, the driver is now very remorseful.

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Posted in: Stationmaster cat dies in Oita after being hit by car See in context

Rest In Peace, Nya-chan. - “Your watch has ended.” -

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Posted in: New law to help kids with medical needs takes places in school See in context

These educated women making these and other petition drives in the last year, on a variety of important issues in Japan, should be encouraged to pursue politics, even ‘at the grass roots level’. These could be the beginning start making past due but necessary changes within the J governments.

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Posted in: Olympic organizers estimate 225,000 fans per day at Tokyo venues See in context

repeated …

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Posted in: Olympic organizers estimate 225,000 fans per day at Tokyo venues See in context

Delete the erroneously related post @8:28pm. Thank you.

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Posted in: JOC executive says Tokyo Games should be held without spectators See in context

Good for her to speak out!

Either her careers are now ‘done’, in Japan,

or

She has a real chance ‘amongst women in Japan politics’?

“JOC board member Kaori Yamaguchi, an Olympic judo medalist, said the govt was "confusing" people asking “stay home” and imposing curbs while putting on the global showpiece.” -

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Posted in: Olympic organizers estimate 225,000 fans per day at Tokyo venues See in context

Not necessarily “rude at gov’t” *@ffSteve7:43pm*** but**perhaps ****‘many’ have been disheartened and dispirited and now, *find ‘opposing the IOC’s Olympics’ as their otherwise-disenfranchised opportunity to express their discontent.**. (Pardon the English’, it is ‘a second language’ for many of Us here). “Thank you” for Your ‘routine patience and civility’ toward others.  You are passionate about ‘your support’ and therefore, perhaps You can also respect those who may be ‘in opposition’. - Best wishes to you, *Sir.

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Posted in: Olympic organizers estimate 225,000 fans per day at Tokyo venues See in context

Not necessarily “*rude at gov’t” **@ffSteve7:43pm** but, perhaps many’ have been disheartened and dispirited and now, find ‘opposing the IOC’s Olympics’ as their otherwise-disenfranchised opportunity to express their discontent**. (‘Pardon the English’, it is ‘a second language’ for many of Us here). “Thank you” for Your ‘routine patience and civility’ toward others. You are passionate about ‘your support’ and therefore, perhaps You can also respect those who may be ‘in opposition’. - Best wishes to you, Sir.*

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Posted in: Flying beef bowls? Yoshinoya completes drone delivery of its signature gyudon See in context

Truly innovative’ and ‘original ideas’ will be needed by Japanese small businesses ‘to face competition’ and ‘create their own business sustainability’ when they are abandoned, ‘again’ by their government during additional future crises.

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Posted in: Flying beef bowls? Yoshinoya completes drone delivery of its signature gyudon See in context

Despite just being just a PR stunt, it’s refreshing to see private business, at least, ‘thinking ahead’ before further disasters.

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Posted in: Hurdles remain to getting ex-nurses involved in vaccine rollout See in context

Perhaps the Nurses think they’re being asked to ‘run more “*hurdles”? *More unnecessary “overwork” for the already “overworked”.

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympics still undecided on fans -- or no fans at all See in context

One ‘peculiarity’ noted @antmn 2:56pm, is that this current wave of Olympic Support only began since Jun 3 ‘21. Subsequently, there was a wave of media articles on a variety of topics related to the perceived benefits benefits of athleticism, sports days, etc.

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympics still undecided on fans -- or no fans at all See in context

Not apprehensive or worried @ffs 1:17pm however, slightly concerned about the ‘downvotes’ of simple ‘observations’ like @7:20 am:

“Perhaps Mr. Suga’s overseas, ‘working(?) on rallying an audience and perhaps, some VIP spectators right now?” -

Are those downvotes reflections of the possible, majority’s doubtfulness of the IOCLDPJOC’s abilities?

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympics still undecided on fans -- or no fans at all See in context

Perhaps you misinterpreted, @ffsteve 12:56pm.

“The games are going ahead regardless of your opinion,” -

NO opinion was given, …just an observation.

Enjoy the Games,… IF You choose.

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympics still undecided on fans -- or no fans at all See in context

*Perhaps* @ffs 12:37pm, you’re overlooking today’s impromptu “poll” sponsored by @OlympicSupport 6:53 am?

- “Open up to EVERYONE! Time to show the fear mongers that they are wrong!” =

a “ -23( +3 / -26 ) “ as of 12:30pm!

*- falseflagsteve 12:37pm: “Good to see less negativity(?) towards the games.*

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Posted in: Japan creates its first law requiring permits for crossbow possession See in context

Yes, if you insist @ThomasTank 8:56am, a “Trans’ Bow” is ‘a thing’:

*- “The All NEW “She-Ra and the Princesses of Power” producer Noelle Stevenson explains that the archery master, “Bow” is trans, to represent diversity and inclusion.” - “Girls can now have very diverse, weapon-wielding, ‘role models’, including trans-gender.” *

Just make sure your daughters’ and sons’ weapons are authorized and registered according to these “All NEW’ Japanese laws.

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Posted in: Warner Bros plans anime movie in 'Lord of the Rings' series See in context

Perhaps it is best to “give it to a Japanese director with a good track record” and thankfully, no preaching on current societal issues or the forced injection of intersectional politics.

Peter Jackson’s 90’s LOTR trilogy we’re ‘on point’ with the source material’. Those visions were all respectfully keeping to JTR Tolkien’s ‘pure fantasy’ mythos.

Those “Classics” are always a great for some ‘innocent escapism’ and “Entertainment”.

- Thanks, JT for some good news in the morning!

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Posted in: Japan creates its first law requiring permits for crossbow possession See in context

Plus, Japan’s proliferation of currently active & gainfully-employed working “ninja” will have to now have to register their blowguns and pay their share of taxes into the economy. Seems only fair with “all their sneaking around”.

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Posted in: Japan creates its first law requiring permits for crossbow possession See in context

The writer does a good job of ‘simplifying and equating things’:

“Much like in a fantasy role-playing video game, if you had enough money to pay for a crossbow, you could buy one and use it as you personally saw fit.” -

… for a ‘limited’ audience

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Posted in: Japan creates its first law requiring permits for crossbow possession See in context

They can quickly(?) enact a crossbow law but still NO ‘National Sexual Offender/Predators Database?

“these weapons were never particularly common in Japan, However, according to Japan’s NPA, crossbows/bow guns were involved in 37 reported crimes that took place between 2010 and 2020” -

And the number of sexual assaults, assaults against children, child pornography, etc is…?

Where are the priorities of a ‘real’ government?

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympics still undecided on fans -- or no fans at all See in context

Perhaps Mr. Suga’s overseas, ‘working(?) on rallying an audience and perhaps, some VIP spectators right now.?

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Posted in: Japan eyes lifting state of emergency, but will keep some restrictions See in context

Soon, there will be more need to “consider in advance, announce in the press, etc” these ‘planned’ SOE’s, etc as headlined above:

“An “emergency clause" gives the cabinet the power to create ‘a secret government’ during ‘an emergency that the cabinet itself would declare,...”

On a whim, the controlling party will decide “what, where & when” constitutes a “emergency”. - Welcome to Japan’s new Constitutional democracy. - A lot more “emergencies” can happen while ‘the people’ go about their daily lives ‘trying to make a living for their families’.

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Posted in: Johnson backs Tokyo Olympics; Japan wants more G7 support See in context

Perhaps there was “a plan”?: “You guys make the Constitutional changes back home while I divert attention with a “last ditch” effort overseas to garner support for the big O.

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Posted in: G7 pledge to share vaccines, make a fairer global economy See in context

Good Morning, Everyone! - A ‘well-staged’ photo with a certain ‘forced perspective’ of some of the ‘free world’ leaders here.

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Posted in: Japan enacts revised referendum law in constitutional amendment push See in context

Nice call @rainyday 8:27pm. Please, “Have at it”.

“He [Prof. Repetitive] is also by no means alone in voicing concerns about constitutional amendments, loads of ethnically Japanese (since that matters to you, which is stupid BTW) law scholars share the same concerns.” -

Was going to defend even calling out someone’s possible ‘ignorance’ on an issue but, from reading_mot’s posts, looks like some “equal opportunity offending” going on across all threads, ‘just to see what sticks”.

“Wouldn’t it be terrible if he [Mr. Suga} was knocked over by a... How long before a similar post of mine, addressing Chinese/Korean leaders is deleted?…”

We wish for the Mr. Suga’s safe return and immediate attention to Constitutional matters in the Diet.

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