Sven Asai comments

Posted in: Tokyo 2020 Olympic organizers weigh virus control center at athletes' village See in context

IF it takes place it will be 99.9% coronavirus management, 0.09% ideology and propaganda and , yes, you guess it right, 0.01% sports under doping. lol

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Posted in: Anger grows in Italy over virus rules as curfews enforced around Europe See in context

And again, it’s simple...if you set into practice what you’ve learned in your physics lessons. If you have something big in your way, you can take it away and at once, in a short time and with a very big effort and need of force (here a complete lockdown for 6 weeks or so) or you can take it away in very little parts, with less efforts, but multiple tries and in much longer time, that means no complete lockdowns, new infection waves every some months with no real end within sight. There is always a choice and one should think it over, which is effective under the circumstances. Isn’t it now obvious, how to do it?

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Posted in: Man arrested in 1st cycling 'road rage' case under new law See in context

Install a simple driving license system for bicyclists. Handing out the rules or a little test and then that paper is given out. You can even note the specific number of the bicycle into it, for avoiding thefts and such rude driving or even to have an address or insurance information if there’s an accident or someone hurt otherwise. It’s that easy, good that I taught you how to avoid any future problems in some

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Posted in: YouTuber, 2 others sent to prosecutors for stunt at Shibuya crossing See in context

Paying any attention makes those idiots even more ‘famous’.

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Posted in: Asian shares mostly fall on uncertainty over U.S. election See in context

Nothing will change at all. If the cowboys win, your investment goes into the few remaining gold mines and if the redskins win , you will be investing in wigwams, pipes, fire water etc. or be financially totally scalped at the pole. lol

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Posted in: Japan, U.S. begin military exercise as concern about China grows See in context

Yes, and at the same time communist Vietnam and Islamic Indonesia are on top of priority on the state visit list. Trick someone else... lol

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Posted in: Diet session opens; Suga says Japan to go carbon-free by 2050 See in context

The only question is who is threatening him behind and forced him to tell that... lol

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Posted in: School trips in Japan go virtual during pandemic See in context

Maybe it sounds very strange in today’s world, but schools are built for teaching and learning, not for working as travel agencies. lol

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Posted in: Yakuza have their fingers in Go To Eat campaign See in context

That sounds like pocket money only. They cannot even operate their lamps and surveillance cameras at the headquarters with such small

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Posted in: Do you think tech giants like Google, Facebook, Twitter, Apple, Amazon, Microsoft and YouTube have too much control over what people see and read? See in context

No, they cannot fully control that big amount of data. They also don’t have the resources for such an unprofitable area within their business. They can only manipulate a little bit to generate income, for example bringing sponsor’s websites at the top of searching or ranking results. The big rest they cannot handle and it would decrease their profits if they try or insist in doing it.

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Posted in: Suga's communication skills tested as honeymoon period ends See in context

Honeymoon is over and soon his first 100 days too, what is per common sense or unwritten rule an almost peaceful time span for new country leaders in many world regions, for getting used to the new office, being allowed to make first smaller mistakes, establishing friends into positions etc. But very soon he’ll probably need an umbrella, I think, if not even a big umbrella

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Posted in: As teen suicides rise, 21-year-old Japanese student starts online message counseling See in context

Japan has to give young people dreams, hope, chances and freedoms as well as they have to instill concept of human rights in the society.

It is told to them all day long, at schools, on TV etc. No, they commit suicide, because they were lied to all the time. You have to tell honestly what’s going on, stop telling lies. Only a very very few people will catch their dream, marry their beloved idol, get the job they want, become rich and healthy for decades, will have real chances , an astonishing career in their field, a freedom feeling and so on. Just preparing everyone for that ‘not-reaching goals’ would significantly decrease suicides, because there is no more disappointment.

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Posted in: U.N. nuclear arms ban treaty leaves Japan in a dilemma See in context

Of course, everyone is against atomic bombs, war, economic conflicts etc... But what is the reality after 75 years? Still existing atomic bombs, wars, economic conflicts... Nothing has been learned by mankind, in contrary, almost everything has been forgotten. In addition, Japan has an aging and almost childrenless society. When you go by train or bus, you can count more big dimensioned retirement home complexes through the windows than young mothers inside the bus or train. So the question is, who or what can or will defend this country , without having enough JSDF forces and without enough conventional or atomic arsenal. What is it in the hands, to go with to any negotiation table ?

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Posted in: Japan to recruit astronauts in 2021, first intake for 13 years See in context

I am more than sure that this is one of the very last things this country currently needs. lol

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Posted in: Japan to create database to prevent sexual predators from babysitting See in context

Yes, why not create 120,000,000 databases, so that everyone finds himself in a personal fitting blacklist? lol

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Posted in: Olympic chief says Games cannot be 'marketplace of demonstrations' See in context

But the games itself, taken place at all costs and regardless of any virus spreading dangers or other occurring problems for environment or financial situation, are also a strong demonstration of those people behind it.

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Posted in: Lawmakers should serve as role models in efforts to stop passive smoking. See in context

No problem at all, as a smoker I follow this outstanding role model and lax rule handling with pleasure.

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Posted in: Use of smartphones wasting more kids' time, wrecking their brains, says doctor See in context

I don’t agree, as those smart phones only amplifies what those children would do if there were no ones. You can play all the time, play and learn in a balanced way or only learn or stick to something semi-professional. That works the same without any phone. Therefore, all those children can play with it or they can also learn everything about robotics or artificial intelligence etc. In fact, it depends on their genes and social surroundings. As said, the phones or tablets are only the amplifiers.

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Posted in: What is your favorite Japanese beer? See in context

Mojiko retro, then Yebisu, then Sapporo , then Heartland and finally Suntory Malts. They are all a bit close to Czech or German beers. Next, you should also ask about favorite SK beers , can’t wait to read the funny answers.

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Posted in: How to stay healthy when recovering from disordered eating behavior See in context

My successful diet starts early enough, when I die. Then I’ll lose almost all of my kilograms for a very long time and the chance of a rebounding gain of overweight is very near at

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Posted in: This work pod built for two could be the new way to have face-to-face meetings in Japan See in context

Yes, same like @Oxy... said , this is not new, you can find it in prison complexes when lawyers or family members have their time limited talking with the delinquent.

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Posted in: Japan's plan to build missile defense system at sea faces mounting costs See in context

It has to be land-based. Those sea-based systems are too vulnerable, because an easy and cheaply target for potential attackers.

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Posted in: Man stabs brother and sister, then leaps to his death from nearby building See in context

Seems like an emerging new jumping season. Be so kind and avoid collateral damages like killing siblings or unknown walking students, ok?

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Posted in: Japan to join forces with U.S., Europe in regulating Big Tech firms See in context

It’s about higher No one applies anti-monopoly rulings to them or breaks them down into smaller entities. The competition is too weak and couldn’t replace them and in addition, you need big companies for those enforced big data and AI phantasies. The leading countries know that and those big companies know it, so there is a symbiotic ceasefire above all that stupid talking.

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Posted in: Trump goes after 'Fauci and all these idiots' See in context

Losing against Biden, the worst candidate ever...that is highly probable because it complies with McMurphy’s set of rules.

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Posted in: Trump objects to 'mute' button in next Biden matchup, but debate will go on See in context

It’s sufficient only to send the mutes, beeps and drink breaks. Bring some funny economy strengthening commercials instead. lol

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Posted in: Maisa Tsuno of Japanese rock band Akaiko-en dies in apparent suicide See in context

There is almost no reason for suicide. No, you have to avoid the things that torture you or if possible expose to them intentionally and celebrate every time you get over. The same with bad people. Avoid them, if they are too strong, move anywhere else, even to another country, whatever. Or fight back, but only civilized, with knowledge, with words, not with violence. They only want you to use violence to catch you and bring you nearer to suicide again. Don’t do them such a pleasure. But fight back with all your little possibilities, that will keep you alive and happy every single day.

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Posted in: Japan to use cyberattack countermeasures to protect Tokyo Olympics See in context

Where is the problem? I’ve heard, they will be held ‘at all costs’

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Posted in: If you are a high school teacher or university lecturer, what is the best way to conduct an online class so that students will get the most benefit out of it? See in context

Why do you ask? High school and university teachers have to know that beforehand.

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Posted in: Cyberattacks on coronavirus vaccine projects confirmed in Japan See in context

Keep the Hanko and everything is fine. Then a Russian or Chinese hacker can send what he ever wants, it is not valid until printed out and showing a Japanese Hanko stamp. It’s simple, it works , it’s safe and yes, it’s analog, because only analog rules. You’ll see , one day sooner or later.

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