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Posted in: Trump heads to Florida as coronavirus cases surge See in context

We are not the worst. We are third worst. So we must be a winner, right? Vote Trump and you get what you bargained for.

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Posted in: Warning issued for Gifu, Nagano prefectures as torrential rain lashes central Japan See in context

"Japan is in the middle of its annual rainy season, which frequently unleashes deadly floods and landslides."

This is not true. The "plum rains" are usually quite gentle. The total rainfall in this so-called "rainy season" is always less than August, for example. This is truly exceptional and obviously a sign of things to come with global warming.

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Posted in: At least 8 Mississippi lawmakers test positive for COVID-19 See in context

This is what happens when you don't wear a mask.

Who'd a thunk it?

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Posted in: U.S. says foreign students whose classes move online cannot stay See in context

Trump has a natural animosity to smart people because he isn't. Plus he is a white suprematist with a small dongle. So this is all par for the course.

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Posted in: Chicago's July Fourth weekend ends with 17 dead, 70 wounded See in context

I think they should buy more guns and learn how to defend themselves. Right?

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Posted in: Fujitsu to halve office space in three years as it changes work style See in context

The headline is wrong. Actually they will allow many/most workers to permanently work from home. This is the real news unless you are a real estate agent.

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Posted in: Frederick Douglass statue vandalized in Rochester park See in context

Yes it must have been liberals who made a mistake! Rationalisation at it best.

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Posted in: 8-year-old killed, 3 injured in shooting at Alabama mall See in context

Stop!Hammertime.Today  01:24 pm JST

Guns don't kill people--people kill people.

You might be able to make that argument had the 8-year-old boy been the target of this attack. He wasn't. And now he becomes another victim of the ubiquity of guns in America. Your argument is just a deflection.

Notice the quotation marks. This is not me speaking. This is irony.

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Posted in: 8-year-old killed, 3 injured in shooting at Alabama mall See in context

Sevenseas July 4  08:38 pm JST


Are you happy with that as an argument, or would you like to put some thought into it? It's such a cop-out.

Notice the quotation marks. This is not me speaking. This is irony.

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Posted in: Convenient items perfect for hot summers in Japan See in context

New title: Convenient Landfill Items Now on Sale.

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Posted in: Hot dog champs repeat as July 4 gluttony fest moves indoors See in context

Such a disgusting competition. I'd rather vomit.

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Posted in: England reopens pubs after lockdown See in context


"To your health, old boy!"

Masks? Who needs masks.

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Posted in: Man who fled from Osaka police given 17-year prison term for rape, robbery See in context

This sentence is longer than a recent murder case. That's what happens when you inadvertently expose police incompetence.

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Posted in: 8-year-old killed, 3 injured in shooting at Alabama mall See in context

"Guns don't kill people--people kill people."

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Posted in: Trump says he looks like Lone Ranger in a mask and likes it See in context

“I had a mask on. I sort of liked the way I looked. OK. I thought it was OK. It was a dark black mask, and I thought it looked OK."

He speaks like an 8 yr old boy. Or an old codger with neurological disorder. In either case he someone should take away his driving license.

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Posted in: JR Central to delay planned start in 2027 of maglev train service See in context


yes we need more cars polluting the world.

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Posted in: Koike proves presentation matters as much as policy See in context

Hilarious headline as she sits there with a bit of cardboard.

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Posted in: Man gets 15 years in prison for murder of woman in Saitama love hotel See in context

Life is cheap.

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Posted in: Number of landslides in Japan surges almost 50% in a decade See in context

Concrete, digging and publics works rather than replant the hillsides with the varied tree species that once grew there.

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Posted in: Man arrested after convenience store clerk mishears him say 'I have SARS' See in context

Keystone Cops.

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Posted in: NHK to retrain staff after criticism of cartoon about black Americans See in context

Who will first retrain the trainers?

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Posted in: Voice of America director, deputy resign amid Trump clash See in context

"Trump and his far right ilk know how effective Goebbels and Riefenstahl were . . ."

LOL I doubt trump and can even read their names. You give him far too much credit. The truth is trump heard 'em say somthin' bad about him and said we gottta stop that. Sad!

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Posted in: Nissan banks on new Rogue small SUV to begin U.S. comeback See in context

I admit I know and care nothing of cars, but to me this just looks the same and as awful as the new Range Rover.

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Posted in: JAL to ramp up services for domestic flights at Haneda airport See in context

Bite the bullet and take a bullet train. We have already destroyed the world enough.

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Posted in: University team succeeds in spawning 1,700 trout from one using stem cells See in context

That's great news. Soon we can care even less about polluted, concreted and damned rivers.

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Posted in: Japan's debt mountain: How is it sustainable? See in context

With a grammar mistake in the second paragraph, I stopped reading. If the writer cannot even write, can I trust anything he says?


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Posted in: Britain asks too much of EU in Brexit talks, Barnier says See in context

Land of hope and glory. LOL

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Posted in: Man jumps onto street as Abe’s motorcade leaves his official residence See in context

My wife, riding a bike, was threatened by a scoot rider. We called the police. He screamed and threatened the police. Finally she was forced to apologise to him and he to her.

This guy steps onto the road and is arrested.

It's a funny country it is.

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Posted in: S Korea's actions not helpful in resolving export spat, Japan says See in context

Why so many people are angry with Korea asking for a referee to sort out this dispute? Strange way of thinking, or lack thereof.

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Posted in: Japan enacts law to impose tougher penalties for road rage incidents See in context

How about those noisy “Bosozoku”?

Exactly. One example of the complete incompetence of the police.

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