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Posted in: Food prices rising in Japan; cooking oil up 1.5-fold on year See in context

CEOs of JP Morgan and Vanguard said that the inflation will go on for many years to the point that a day’s wage (Universal Basic Pay proposed by the WEF guys) can only buy a single meal. This will be the cost of living during the first half of the seven-year tribulation after the church has been raptured. Don’t be left behind. Repent and trust Jesus as your savior today.

Your fictitious saviour will help nobody.

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Posted in: Russians control 80% of key Ukraine city, cut escape routes See in context

Blacklabel - why the fixation on who is losing and who is winning? What difference does it make to you? Would you be more inclined to support Ukraine if they were winning?

Depends on who’s paying.

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Posted in: U.S. naval officer in Japan faces prison over deadly crash See in context

@ bokuda

Which justice system should Japan aim towards. What wonderful utopian countries should they be attempting to emulate.

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Posted in: British PM Johnson could face leadership challenge this week: Times See in context

And who would replace him ?

Ricky Gervais.

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Posted in: Gov't OKs reopening Fukushima village section to residents See in context

Rodney Today  11:27 am JST

Last time I went there it was six times human recommended level. I can prove this.

Are you glowing in the dark?

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Posted in: Kishida says foreign tourists should follow Japan face mask rules See in context

@ Nihon tara

I believe it’s only the PR or citizenship. My daughter is on a student visa so I got a firm no. You can only ask the question of your local embassy and hope for the best.

Good luck.

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Posted in: Kishida says foreign tourists should follow Japan face mask rules See in context

Me too! I posted something similar and was told on these discussion boards that if you live here, your close family members can visit you. Having searched though, I could not find any official information about this anywhere

If you are a permanent resident or citizen then yes you can. Your relatives should just call the embassy at their location to apply for a visa.

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Posted in: Kishida says foreign tourists should follow Japan face mask rules See in context

Wasn’t he shaking hands with unmasked foreigners the other day?

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Posted in: Kyrgios calls Tomic 'most hated athlete in Australia' See in context

Pair of idiots.

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Posted in: Russia presses Donbas offensive as Polish leader visits Kyiv See in context

Unhappy chappies.

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Posted in: Pro-Russian hackers spread hoaxes to divide Ukraine, allies See in context

Haha they’re here.

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Posted in: World's biggest YouTuber PewDiePie moves to Japan See in context

Personally I prefer Cartman brah.

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Posted in: U.N.: Obesity levels in Europe at 'epidemic proportions' See in context

Oh sure, make it about the US... But hey, if the food supply runs out, we can live off our fat for a month, while you skinny folks will be dropping left and right.

Who do you think is getting eaten first?

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 355 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 2,472 See in context

The time machine has been activated and it didn't take me back to 1983. Damn it.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 355 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 2,472 See in context

It's 2022

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 355 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 2,472 See in context


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Posted in: U.S., Japan, EU affirm swift aid to Ukraine as assault in east starts See in context

In Japan, any mention of a US journalist disappeared in Ukraine after criticizing the Zelensky regime is censored while @Mark for example openly calls for nuclear war in order to save the Azov Battalion in Mariupol but isn't censored. The we have our favorite German @klausdorth who accuses people of "suffering" from a Nazi phobia. Not censored. We have @starbucks equating the capture of an American general with the slaughter of innocent women and children. Not censored. Finally we have @Fighto who calls the Azov Battalion "freedom fighters". Not censored.

In Austria anyone even sharing the Russian side of the story is liable to criminal prosecution.

In Nazi Germany the regime announces it's 'investigating' any citizens expressing pro-Russian views.

In totalitarian USA 3 scions of corporate media, NY Times, Bloomberg and Washington Post all call for the curtailing of bourgeois democracy on the same day.

Like it or not, I suspect most posters here do and the censors certainly do, open fascism is up on us


I think if you check my history you won't find the comment you misrepresented as it was censored.

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Posted in: U.S. pot use increasingly normal, but legality is hazy See in context

Decriminalize and tax it, Japan. People here deserve and alternative to alcohol and cigarettes. Just like alcohol, if you don't like it, don't consume it. Like, why do people who are against decriminaliztion care so much about weed when there is so much usage of alcohol and meth here?

I really feel like Japan could do cannabis culture right if it were in the hands of people (cafes, farming, edibles, etc.), but the government bureaucracy is going to mess it up like most things in Japan. Nothing is going to change unless Japan Tobacco gets its share of the profits. Maybe by 2050 there will be some form of decriminalization here.

It's only illegal here because of the US occupation anyway, so it cracks me up how some Japanese are so against it. Weirdos.

A cat and pot Cafe maybe?

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Posted in: Steffen blunder helps Liverpool reach FA Cup final See in context

No love because he is a waste of £££. 1 good game, 5 anonymous ones. Man U would be wise to move him on to invest in younger talent - but as a Liverpool fan I hope they keep him for 3 more seasons! LOL!

Ouch that hurt has been simmering for a long time. I do think the answer might be cloning Sir Alex. If they can do a sheep why not him?

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Posted in: Police arrest suspect in South Carolina shooting; 14 injured See in context

Criminal gangs and certain racial groups being the pepetrartors at 10x their percentages of society membership.

until the racial aspect is identified as a root cause and action taken, it won’t stop.

Now I know why Sophia is passionate about her guns.

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Posted in: Steffen blunder helps Liverpool reach FA Cup final See in context

What no love for Ronaldo? 50 trebles for man utd. Great achievement.

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Posted in: Twitter stakeholder Elon Musk tweets 'Is Twitter dying?' See in context

Yep I’m in for 10,000 shares at the right price. Musk will turn this cesspool around by end of year

If it looks and smells like it you probably don't have to taste it to know it's....

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Posted in: Australian flood disinformation sparks threats to pilots See in context

It is not crazy to notice a change in the typhoon season and connect it with the reduction of plane travel. It certainly is not crazy to watch and see if when plane travel goes back to normal if the typhoon season also goes back to normal. That is observation. Admittedly a two year change in the weather is not even close to being more than anecdotal. That could be said for floods, fires, hot and cold weather events. It is observation over time that makes the difference.

Obvsiously is someone clever on here can advise me on what is the spark that starts a typhoon and de-link it from air-travel please do.

Damn the Wright brothers and their magical flying machines. No planes= no typhoons.

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Posted in: Australian flood disinformation sparks threats to pilots See in context


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Posted in: Tokyo reports 8,753 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 54,995 See in context


Nope, these ones are for any foreigner in Japan, regardless of visa status. You have to buy online and show passport when picking up the tickets

That's good enjoy.

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Posted in: 'Game of Thrones' prequel 'House of the Dragon' to hit screens on Aug 21 See in context

Wait, wait. Before you start a new series, HBO, you gotta go make a proper Season 8 for everybody

And a book too.

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Posted in: Biden promises new Ukraine aid, warns Russia on chemical weapons See in context

CrickyToday  07:56 am JST

Pretty hard to fake a chemical attack, pretty easy to verify one.

Really, I have the knowledge, as do hundreds of thousands of people in Japan to create a very simple chemical weapon all it takes is the basic materials an delivery system.

Any government has access to these standard industrial chemicals and all they need is a tuck or airplane.

2 phased reaction chemical poison is as simple as a few 45 Gallo drums and glass jars.

Oh they would be very primitive, not very effective on a wider area but the result it a "chemical weapons attack" easy to verify by residual chemicals.

Now just point the finger at the opponent.


Crickys statement says nothing about making them. Slow down man take a breath.

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Posted in: Japan to spend ¥1.45 tril on 4th vaccine shots, other anti-virus measures See in context

I still haven’t had my first shot.

Good for you champ.

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Posted in: Putin going to G20 in Bali summit 'a step too far': Australian PM See in context



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