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Posted in: Gov't OKs Pfizer COVID vaccine for children aged 5-11 See in context


Just give up, do as blastcaptain and abandon all pretenses if 99.99% of the doctors say vaccines are safe obviously that is because big pharma pays them all so they can make one dime back from vaccines from every dollar paid to them. Totally rational argument because if you don't believe it you are mind controlled.

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Posted in: McConnell: Black people vote at similar rates to 'Americans' See in context

whops, the problem with racist people is that they surround themselves with their peers, so eventually they forget to check what they say and they spill the beans openly without meaning it.

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Posted in: Japan, France seek to deepen security ties amid China's rise See in context

The whole world should be trying to get together to oppose China and the other countries that are still trying to impose themselves over the world.

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Posted in: Gov't OKs Pfizer COVID vaccine for children aged 5-11 See in context

Whats with all the people using the worst references for their antivaxxer claims? if you are going to be against the science then own it. Instead people are concluding the opposite of what the author of a study did, using a debunked preprint that lies about the data on VAERS or even a study that compares flu and covid but cheating by not explaining how the flu was counted including a year without any social distancing and covid counted mostly under it and with lots of people fully vaccinated.. Just do as the blastcaptain and fully own the antiscience by calling all the doctors of the world liars because they want to let families vaccine their kids

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Posted in: In your experience, how hard or easy is it to get a driver's license in Japan? What were the written and driving tests like? See in context

A foreign doctor friend of mine says he passed the medical license test on the first trial, but failed the driving license test 3 times. I think this can explain a lot.

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Posted in: Woman arrested for keeping father’s corpse in house See in context


Burial fees are too d$%n high! 

If someone is willing to let her father rot away at their home for months then she can also just choose the cheapest burial ever, pension fraud is easier to believe.

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Posted in: N Korea fires 2 short-range ballistic missiles in 3rd launch this month See in context

seems like kim's double is desperate to pass for the real thing so now is throwing missiles to better fit the role.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 4,051 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 22,045 See in context

@Raw Beer

The Omicron rollout is progressing smoothly. 

Celebrating people getting infected maybe getting hospitalized or worse? that is a new low, almost as bad as the site letting people openly enjoy the misfortune of others.

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Posted in: Japanese parents weigh pros, cons of having their children vaccinated See in context

As soon as I saw the title I was sure the antivaxxer crowd would assemble to make personal attacks and link to disinformation sites to convince anybody naive enough to believe them about the horrors of children killing vaccines.

I am disappointed to the core to see I was completely right. Even the lame autism relationship appeared.

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Posted in: Asia looks to China-focused trade bloc for virus recovery See in context

So the game is to give as much power to China and then complain on why it got so powerful? nonsensical.

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Posted in: World's oldest person celebrates 119th birthday See in context

I hope I can just pop out while still in a good condition, I already have everything prepared just in case some truck gets me tomorrow, I would hate to go over 100 and be limited about what I can do or not.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 103 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 782 See in context

Just beginning, so it is way to early to sign victory, as long as people keep taking care cases will not turn into many deaths.

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Posted in: Man suspected of killing wife, 11-month-old daughter See in context

Cowardly exit that is sadly still too common in Japan.

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Posted in: Australian rugby star fired by Japanese club after drugs arrest See in context

The only good thing about this is that professional sports are not exactly the brightest so they are usually caught quickly.

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Posted in: JR East, West to cut commuter services next year amid pandemic See in context

At least people still refrain from talking or riding without masks in Japan, crowds are going to be impossible to navigate thanks to profits being the only priority.

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Posted in: Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai denies making sexual assault claim See in context

it seems she choose to live then, too bad her career is now over, just because she dare to accuse a powerful person of rape. At least she will now be left alive after proper indoctrination not to oppose the CCP.

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Posted in: Director del Toro spins macabre carnival fable in 'Nightmare Alley' See in context

I love his movies, even the cheesy popular ones. This looks very promising.

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Posted in: Shigeo Iizuka, ex-head of N Korea abductee families group, dies at 83 See in context

half his life wasted in fighting for justice from a dictatorship and a weak Japanese goverment, sad ending for his story.

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Posted in: Japan to speed up booster shots See in context

lol, if antivaxxers end up giving up and just making personal attacks that must mean things are getting desperate for them. now everybody knows how great vaccines have become, accusing everybody that recognize this to be paid shills smells like lack of actual arguments.

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Posted in: Man arrested in Yoshinoya restaurant standoff sent to prosecutors See in context

it may seem a huge waste of time to let this go on for 90 minutes, but at least nobody got hurt or died, that is a nice thing compared with how other countries would have handled the thing.

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Posted in: Foreign Ministry to create post for Taiwan-related issues See in context

so a new post to throw all the blame of not doing anything about it? what is the point if Japan can't even treat Taiwan as a country?

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Posted in: Diverse doubts: How vaccine skepticism takes root See in context

lol, if an antivaxxer feel the need to write up 5 pages of excuses, conspiracies and personal attacks it must be because it is feeling threatened. Now people realize the disinformation they repeat endlessly is wrong, their numbers shrinking.

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Posted in: Neurotoxins in the environment damaging human brain health See in context

Title of the article is obvious, if something is called a neurotoxin it means it damages the brain, and if it can be found in the environment then it will affect people (and other animals).

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Posted in: U.N. experts to review plans for release of Fukushima water See in context

Japan is not going to get any understanding from the international community just because it has IAEA cooperation, so there is no real point in doing this.

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Posted in: Japan to ease quarantine rule to 3 days for business travelers See in context

Lets see what happens in winter first, one of the very problematic things about Japan is that measures are most of the time delayed until they are useless or they can't be put in order

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Posted in: Train attacker says he targeted Tokyo in hopes of increasing kill count See in context

I understand people want to know more about the incident, but getting famous is part of why the crazy guy did this, the less is published about him the best, focus on the victims and safety measures and not on the criminal.

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Posted in: Election pledges on LGBT rights boost legislation hopes See in context

Not going to happen, it is just trying to get move votes without having to do anything at all. But it may work backwards here since young people are the most interested in lgbt rights, but also the ones that vote the less.

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Posted in: Climate: Removing CO2 from the air no longer optional See in context

As usual this can change very importantly with development of new technology, betting on it is costly, because money and resources have to be spent in research that maybe end up in nothing, but if a new method comes up that can capture CO2 efficiently, then this option comes back to the table.

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Posted in: Democracies draw closer to Taiwan as China more belligerent See in context

And then you have Japan that can't even call it a country, not really a friendly relationship if you can't even recognize your friend country is not just a part of his enemy.

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Posted in: Why COVID boosters weren't tweaked to better match variants See in context

Reading experts can make you an expert? It might, after many years, proving it may be a problem, why don't you try asking for proof when someone try to push things or make predictions about what the future will be based only in their personal opinions?

Also, what does this have to do with the article?

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