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Posted in: Japan's malls and restaurants brace for Olympics without foreign visitors See in context

I think it is better to cancel the 2020 Olympic that was moved this year due to COVID-19. It would be no fun without a cheering crowd from around the world. May the Olympic committee consider moving it to 2024. When everyone is ready and healthy.

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Posted in: Japan's celebrations rocket into orbit as Osaka's win takes off See in context

Regardless of her blended race or nationality or culture, I always cheer for her as an athlete every time she play. I like her playing style... She’s great and hard to beat tennis player,. Congratulations Naomi chan for another Grand Slam trophy and more power to you...Looking forward to watch you play on the court someday.

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Posted in: Calmer Osaka looking to be role model on court, says coach See in context

Be good...Hope you’ll be the champion again, Naomi chan.

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Posted in: Oscar winner, ‘Sound of Music’ star Christopher Plummer dies at 91 See in context

So long farewell to you and you and you...Sad.

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Posted in: U.S. arrests ex-Green Beret, son on charges of smuggling Ghosn out of Japan See in context

The story of Ghosn Escape is getting more interesting...

It’s like I’m reading a suspense novel. I wonder what the ending would be. To be continued...

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Posted in: Abe defends mask give-out plan; eyes budget submission next week See in context

I wonder which country has a good leader on handling the fight for COVID-19 ...

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Posted in: Ghosn's escape leaves Japan red-faced See in context

Ghosn...Oh Gosh! He’s a Ghost!

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Posted in: Woman arrested for attempted murder after driving off with husband clinging to car hood See in context

I wonder what made her so angry to her husband or she trying to run away from him?

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Posted in: Ghosn's wife appeals to Trump for help in U.S. media interview See in context

I think it’s not really a help from TRUMP that she wants,

it’s the global attention! By calling on to Trump, he’ll TWEET. about the call and for sure the Tweet will go viral, then it will creat global attention and public opinion.

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Posted in: Automated train travels in wrong direction, injuring 20 in Yokohama See in context

Road accidents happen everyday. AI vehicles accidents barely happen.

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Posted in: Meghan and Harry name son Archie Harrison See in context

Harry’s son...in short...Harrison.

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Posted in: On staff following orders, Trump says: 'Nobody disobeys me' See in context

Trump: Nobody disobeys me...They just QUIT!

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Posted in: Nishikori loses opening match in Monte Carlo See in context

Oooh...Kei!

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Posted in: Lawson to test late-night self-service stores amid labor crunch See in context

Hire the Seniors who sleep as early as 6pm then all awake at midnight. Seniors are polite, trustworthy, workaholic...they maybe a little slow but not idiot... Hire humans regardless of age, as long as can able to work, rather than hiring technology. More wiorkers, more tax payers, good for economy... Labor shortage problem, “Solve”

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Posted in: Ichiro walks off into history in 'sayonara' at Tokyo Dome See in context

Because of your many great achievements in the field of baseball...your cool fashion, your life style, and even to those who are not a baseball fan liked you. You are a Superstar in so many ways.  

You can rest assured that you will be known as “ICHRO, The Man of the Heisei Period”.

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Posted in: Naomi Osaka loses 2nd round match in Dubai See in context

If she doesn’t want too much attention, then she must avoid reading the news and social media. She is now world known for playing great tennis...for that, she is a Hot topic. Naomi should decline interviews which are not tennis related, especially japanese media who ask her non-sense questions such as “what food do you want to eat after a great match? or whatsoever...also, avoid intriguing interviews.

Win or lose, there would be write up about her. .. She should get over it. Otherwise, quit! She has a choice anyway to creat topic about herself... A victorious Naomi how she won the game or a defeated Naomi how she lost the game....

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Posted in: Osaka reaches Australian Open final, closing in on world No. 1 ranking See in context

GRANDSLAM it Naomi!

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Posted in: Ghosn's lawyer says bail very difficult before trial See in context

Hmm... Ghosn’s lawyer, signaling defeat?

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Posted in: Nishikori, Pliskova win Brisbane International titles See in context

A Happy New Year for Kei!

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Posted in: Tatami yoga mats See in context

too pricey! at least ¥3,000

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Posted in: Tokyo 2020 Olympic organizers to change more event starting times to beat heat See in context

On average, the weather temperature in the Philippines are always high. During daytime, expect 32℃ or could be higher. So to avoid the heatstroke, marathon usually starts as early as 3a.m.

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Posted in: Federer beats Thiem; Anderson thrashes Nishikori at ATP Finals See in context

Oooh...Kei! Be prepared for the next match, mentally and physically.

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Posted in: Nishikori beats Federer in ATP Finals opener See in context

Hmmm...I am seeing Kei and Novak in the final match.

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Posted in: Freddie Mercury's spontaneity challenged 'Bohemian Rhapsody' star See in context

For sure, i’m going to watch this movie...

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Posted in: 3 men toting guns on shinkansen cause scare; turn out to be plain clothes police officers See in context

Praise the passenger who notified the train crew at once when he or she saw a gun... He/she did the right thing. If he/she panic, it would cause a commotion inside a fast running bullet train.  I also praise the train staff. He handled the situation calmly by reporting the incident immediately and let the right person conducted the search. Glad that the incident wasn’t a crime.

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Posted in: Kumamoto councilwoman who took baby to work kicked out of conference for using cough drop See in context

Ms.Ogata is an attention seeker. If not everyone, there is somebody in the room that has a feeling of discomfort too but try to behave and give consideration to others. She has a cough, that is pity, but she could have medicines to at least prevent frequent coughing. What she did is a proof that she want an unwanted attention.

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Posted in: Australian newspaper defies criticism, reprints Serena Williams cartoon See in context

ahahahaha!

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Posted in: Arguing, booing overshadow Osaka's U.S. Open final win over Williams See in context

Serena Williams didn’t notice that the “booing” is for her, not for the umpire. Her complaints such as sexism is irrelevant. Hysterical woman. She is the one who owes an apology to everyone, especially to the umpire and to Naomi for misbehaving. By the eay, she should blame her coach who put her into trouble. If she want an apology, that would be from her coach.

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Posted in: The day after See in context

the “boooing” from the crowd is actually for Serena, that she didn’t noticed. Hooray! for Naomi.

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Posted in: Naomi Osaka wins U.S. Open after Serena Williams penalized a game See in context

Serena, blame your coach! Naomi, you made it! Congratulations... Your really have a very charming character... I hope you’ll improve your japanese skills for the sake of your japanese fans...More power to you...Kei Nishikori, did you watch this match? I shall miss you on tomorrow’s men’s final.

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