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Posted in: Apple's new 'private relay' feature will not be available in China See in context

Who is they?

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Posted in: Putin says Russia ready to continue peace treaty talks with Japan See in context

Japan started and lost the war. How hard is this to understand? Losing is not a philosophical conclusion. Actual THINGS are lost. The islands are amongst them. The lesson to learn is don't start a fight you are sure to lose.

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Posted in: Amazon to hold Prime Day over 2 days in June See in context

Nice story but it doesn't seem to explain what Prime Day actually is.

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Posted in: Texas push to close shelters for migrant kids alarms groups See in context

Trump never had the right idea for anything except for his own betterment.

This is a very difficult and complex issue with Texas shooting from the hip and missing the target completely.

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Posted in: Japanese city cancels Kenya Olympic training camp over virus See in context

"near the southern tip of Japan" lol

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Posted in: Grand Slam leaders pledge to address Naomi Osaka's concerns See in context

Shouldn't she see a doctor rather than announce to reporters how she cannot handle reporters?

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Posted in: Japan rejects South Korean protest over Olympics map See in context

And of course Japan never complains when the boot is on the other foot.

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Posted in: 8 dead in shooting at rail yard serving Silicon Valley See in context

Gun crimes are getting more frequent and more deadly, so we need more guns.

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Posted in: Jomon Era sites set to be added to World Heritage list See in context

If you search the one mentioned, you will discover there is actually nothing to see. After the excavation was complete and mapped/photographed, everything was reburied, for some reason. Now you can see fake buildings showing what they once looked like.

Not sure about world heritage/scientific value, but I have been in the area several times and never once had the inclination to visit.

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Posted in: Death toll climbs in Israel-Gaza conflict amid U.N. deadlock See in context

Palestine is for migrated Jews, not Palestinians. Don't they understand this simple thing?

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Posted in: Google teams with Samsung for wearables platform See in context

Google, the ultimate me too company.

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Posted in: All-in-one home izakaya grill and sake heater turns your table into a Japanese pub See in context

Looks like a fire risk.

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Posted in: Japanese transport group aims to set up public ropeway transit system by 2025 See in context

What Japan needs is more cables dangling above our heads.

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Posted in: Southwest Japan islands set to become World Heritage site See in context

Remove the tetrapods etc first, then reapply. UNESCO is obviously useless and, in the case of Japan, these heritage sites stamps are just licences to commercialise something that perhaps was once good.

Read this ongoing shocking story and weep:

https://www.change.org/p/save-the-last-jurassic-beach-of-amami-japan

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Posted in: Is Epic Games' showdown with Apple turning into a mismatch? See in context

How can they have a monopoly when android has 80% market share?

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Posted in: Virgin Hyperloop shows off the future: mass transport in floating magnetic pods See in context

Love to go n the desert.

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Posted in: Myanmar swimmer to skip Tokyo Olympics in protest at junta violence See in context

You read it. You noticed. I care.

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Posted in: Truck driver arrested over fatal hit-and-run of cyclist in tunnel See in context

We went through 11 tunnels in a row in Hokkaido, some were 2+ clicks long. Total distance must been well over 10km. Walking is not an options sometimes.

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Posted in: Foxconn's Wisconsin deal shrinks from 13,000 jobs to 1,454 See in context

They sure took Trump for a ride! Like stealing sweets from an toddler.

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Posted in: Suga sends offering to Yasukuni Shrine; Abe visits See in context

And all those commenters stating Japan has done enough and apologised enough to South Korea in the earlier article about sex slave compensation: this is why enough is never enough. These old guys simply believe Japan did nothing wrong in WW2 and Japan is simply missundertood and is now the victim.

Imagine the German head of state saying that Hitler was just trying to strengthen Germany.

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Posted in: Fukushima surfer, shop owner fears 'contaminated sea' See in context

And do they want to surf on those tetrapod beaches?

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Posted in: Canada will grant permanent residency to 90,000 students and foreign workers See in context

Japan accepted 22 in the same time period!

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Posted in: Apple to argue it faces competition in video game market in Epic lawsuit See in context

This is about Apple and their customers. Not cabbage customers and car buying customers so why mention all the people who use Android? And please remember it is Apple trying to protect privacy and Google that owns their customers because customers are their real product.

But feel free to live in your dreamland.

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Posted in: Asahi Super Dry’s draft beer in a can, the Nama Jockey Can, is here See in context

Some people, myself included, enjoy being upside down. We are waiting for the one where you can remove the bottom, NOT the top. Then we will be impressed.

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Posted in: Hands-free: Monkey plays video game - with its brain See in context

Strike me as unnecessary animal cruelty.

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Posted in: Gov't to release Fukushima nuclear plant water into sea despite fishermen's objection See in context

In reality, there is actually no other choice. I think most people can understand this and so no-one is surprised by the decision, only how long they took to make it.

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Posted in: Apple to argue it faces competition in video game market in Epic lawsuit See in context

When Apple INVENTED the first smart phone, this closed method of getting and installing apps was to ward against the prevalence of viruses in Windows as well as to a much lesser extent, Macs. I think most people are happy to buy from a single source knowing there are no risks.

When Google actually invents something, let me know and we can check what they do.

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Posted in: Apple to argue it faces competition in video game market in Epic lawsuit See in context

LOL that's like saying Sony has a monopoly power over Sony TVs.

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Posted in: U.S. Supreme Court sides with Google in copyright fight with Oracle See in context

There' a reason google dropped their do no evil tag line a few years ago.

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Posted in: LG becomes first major smartphone brand to withdraw from market See in context

There's the first smartphone in the world, iPhone and then . . . the rest. All run by Google's me too flagrant copy.

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