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Posted in: Biden announces 2024 reelection bid: 'Let’s finish this job' See in context

Most popular president ever ;)

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Posted in: Japanese company: 'High probability' lander crashed on moon See in context

Not surprised

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Posted in: Tokyo company aims to be 1st business to put lander on moon See in context

Not gonna happen

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Posted in: Trevor Bauer, shunned by MLB, introduced by BayStars See in context

Trevor was found innocent in court and did nothing wrong ethically. He’s only guilty of poor vetting of sexual partners if anything. He gave her exactly what she requested and she even came back for more. It’s disappointing that a claim found to be false in court can hurt someone’s career just because of unwanted attention and bad optics. I love his youtube and I hope he flourishes in Japan. Good luck Trevor!!

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Posted in: Japan reaches World Baseball Classic quarterfinals See in context

“I feel bad for Roki Sasaki. He sure have techniques, but because he is little, there's not enough power to his pitch” -justasking

If you are trolling bravo, if not you must be a new fan. Roki avg fastball is faster than any player in MLB or Japan.

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Posted in: Japan reaches World Baseball Classic quarterfinals See in context

Mad respect to Czech, impressive outing!!!

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Posted in: Homecoming hero Ohtani helps Japan win WBC opener against China See in context

That game was way too close. Final score was 8-1 , but if you watched the whole thing it was nail bitter. Honestly given that China has zero pros and only three affiliated players this should have been mercy ruled by the 5th. Hopefully it will sharpen them up for today against KPopers

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Posted in: Japan to allow unlicensed electric scooter riding from July See in context

Bad call, most cities have outlawed these already surprised Japan is doing the reverse . Additionally these devices make a mama-cheri look cool. Noo wins here :(

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Posted in: China suspends visa issuance to Japanese travelers, industry sources say See in context

Chinese people are so well mannered with the highest of ethics. Any measures to lower the influx of Chinese is detrimental to society.

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Posted in: Child virus infections in Japan remain high amid low vaccination rates See in context

Anyone vaxxing children for a virus that doesn’t effect children should be ashamed. If grown adults want to make a conscious choice to get the shot that’s their right. But for children the risks of the vax outweigh any benefits and hence has been outlawed in many countries because of this.

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Posted in: Pelosi says U.S. will 'not allow' China to isolate Taiwan See in context

Time to block land purchases and business operations by the Chinese in Japan. China doesn’t allow Japanese to purchase land or run business in China unless it’s majority owned by a local. Why Japan, USA , or EU allows this is beyond me. All scholarships to Chinese students should also be canceled. It’s literally training the enemy. Unlike other countries nearly all Chinese citizens and businesses will do anything for the CCP. Ignoring this fact is playing with fire.

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Posted in: Japan reports 176,554 coronavirus cases See in context

Well at least we have the vaccines to save us from these record numbers. In the name of Pfizer , Moderna , and the AstraZeneca.


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Posted in: Shohei Ohtani is 'Made In Japan' with American adaptations See in context

I’m an Ohtani super fan!

But I’d love to see him less reliant on his interpreter Ippei. His reliance is so extreme that if they ask him if his food is good he needs Ippei to translate “good”, he’s too scared to even say that :(

Latin players aren’t provided with a interpreter and I believe from my personal experience that Ohtani would fair much better without one. I can understand needing a translator for press conferences , but having Ippei follow him around on the field and be the middle man between Ohtani and his teammates for small conversations is just too much. This comes off as being pampered to many teammates and one off the reasons Ichiro was never a favorite among his peers. Munenori Kawasaki on the other hand is massively loved by all his teammates from every team he played for. To my knowledge Kawasaki was the only Japanese player to do all his USA interviews in English. If u haven’t watched them they are pure gold!

If he could at least drop a few one liners as foreigners do here would go along way with fans. More Ohtani, less Ippei.

In closing Ohtani is the Goat regardless

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Posted in: China complains to Japan about Taiwan vice president attending Abe's funeral See in context

Taiwan represents how great China and its people could have been had it not gone communist. Time to officially recognize Taiwan as what it is and has been, an independent country. The CCCP is an enemy to its own people and the world.

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Posted in: Hong Kong police shoot protester as activists block streets See in context

I find these debates fascinating, especially on forms abroad in USA or Japan. The only people defending police shooting teenagers and the other numerous crimes by the CCP are Chinese living abroad. They also don't like their government and the overall environment in China, otherwise they would live in China. Yet they defend the practices of the motherland and defend shootings of teenagers. It's a shame, to be brainwashed tho the point where you think its ok to put others in concentration camps, shoot teenagers, and control information to the public. I feel pity for these individuals

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Posted in: Wild otter filmed alive in Japan; 1st sighting in 38 years See in context

This is NEWS! Awesome!!!

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Posted in: Australia foils terror plot to bring down plane See in context

iIf they don't appreciate being in australia, boot 'em!

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Posted in: Roppongi's 'kebab war' leads to arrest under little-used statute See in context

Please dont support these Kebabers. They run numerous scams with the Nigerians there. Had two different friends on two occassions charged $10,000 usd on their credit cards for a bottle of wine from these shops that they never purchased. Why Japan allows the Nigerians and Turks there to continue these crimes is beyond me. Scum!

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Posted in: 7 killed, 48 hospitalized after London terror attacks; 3 suspects shot dead See in context

Yeah Indonesia real glowing light for democracy ;)

141 men arrested just this week for liking men.

This blind tolerance in the name of tolerance is the issue here and why this will keep happening!

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Posted in: 7 killed, 48 hospitalized after London terror attacks; 3 suspects shot dead See in context

Its well over due to stop being tolerant of people's that are not tolerant of the western way of life. This will only get worse.

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Posted in: Abe, Nikai say Japan could consider joining AIIB See in context

bravo Abe! This guy is on fire!

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Posted in: Desperately short of labor, mid-sized Japanese firms plan to buy robots See in context

Thats really ironic!

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Posted in: Okinawa governor frustrated with U.S. bases on 45th reversion anniversary See in context

The military personnel here are some of the best and brightest minds from the USA. I don't understand why anyone would oppose having such an influx of talent.

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