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Posted in: Boxes of unused COVID-19 medical goods dumped at Tokyo Olympics See in context

Japan redefines "stupidity".

Well done! Common sense is not as common as it seems.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 5,773 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 20,293 See in context

preposterous!

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Posted in: Detained Sri Lankan 'treated like a dog,' says family after seeing video See in context

sickening how in Japan they are covering each other backs and nobody gets penalized

outrageous

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Posted in: Man arrested over murder of father, sister says he felt alienated by them See in context

Get a life moron.

Not take away other people’s life because you’re a loser.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 4,566 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 15,753 See in context

A bit of perspective for those who are worried. The UK currently has 30,000 cases a day and this is a place where pandemic restrictions have more or less finished. America has far more daily cases. 4000 a day is peanuts in comparison. 

UK and USA are countries.

Tokyo is a CITY.

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Posted in: Gov't policy to only hospitalize critical COVID patients draws flak See in context

What a trash country with garbage ruling party.

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Posted in: 4-year-old boy dies after being hit by truck outside supermarket See in context

Guys I don't know if you have noticed but @oldman is being sarcastic here:

Tragic, the truck driver needs to pay for his gross negligence. 

Zero blame should be cast on the mom, short of putting a child on a leash, there's just no way one is going to prevent a small child from running and being active without precautions.

Just saying.

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Posted in: Nursery school head may face charge over boy's death in bus See in context

@Matt Bourdein

the principal only did that job to avoid paying another driver. A case of saving money to pay herself more or bring in more money to the institution

Tell that the the mom of that boy. No matter if she was trying to save the institution by neglecting small human lives that she "contractually promised" to protect, is terrible and shows a clear lack of forethought. She should not be picking up kids only by herself in the first place.

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Posted in: Nursery school head may face charge over boy's death in bus See in context

That school should not be allowed to have any children. Such a chain of negligence is simply inexplicable.

They should be shut down. These people are a hazard without an idea of what Duty of Care is.

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Posted in: Japan health panel backs AstraZeneca COVID vaccine for ages 40, over See in context

Naaah! Don’t want AZ.

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Posted in: 'Can't help but cheer': Some in Japan warm to Olympics See in context

Japan feels like the human population in Shingeki no Kyojin (Attack on Titan). They are spoon-fed with ideologies, have nothing to say, trust the old wise men and are being played with.

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Posted in: Japanese composer for Tokyo Olympics apologizes for 1990s abuse See in context

worthy composer…

his Olympic spirit shines

…bullying of a mentally disabled classmate, from elementary school through high school. His torment of his peer included tying him up, trapping him in a box, duct taping a cardboard box around his head and then pouring chalk dust inside, making him eat his own feces, forcing him to walk around school with his penis exposed, and forcing him to masturbate in front of other students, among other things.

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Posted in: Japan witnesses total eclipse of super moon See in context

Residents of Japan maybe yes.

But residents of Tokyo, definitely no.

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Posted in: Gov't considers new cash handout for needy households See in context

Hypothetically, if someone is just above 1 mil should they start withdrawing cash??

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Posted in: Gov't considers new cash handout for needy households See in context

”needy” or “in need”

the former seems negative

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Posted in: Japan plans to extend COVID-19 state of emergency beyond May 31 See in context

Open my gym!!!

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Posted in: Prosecutors decide not indict 40-year-old woman for killing mother See in context

So she’s... free?

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Posted in: 14-year-old boy arrested for attempted murder of father See in context

Looking at the recent news it seems like kids are fighting back.

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Posted in: Public warned to beware of COVID vaccination appointment scams See in context

Don’t open your door or answer the phone if you’re not expecting anyone. And when then check if it’s the person you’re expecting. Paranoid... I know. But generally works well.

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Posted in: Businesses hope tougher COVID-19 measures will speed return to normal See in context

If the measures had been applied before the (Golden Week) holidays, I don't think infections would have spread this far."

Measures were applied before GW. People didn't listen. The airports were F U L L of travelers.

Why should they listen?

Do they government officials listen to us? Do they care about our lives? Everyday people die. EVERY D A Y.

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Posted in: Japan to put 3 more prefectures under state of emergency See in context

State of Emberrassy

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Posted in: Man arrested over murder of Ibaraki couple in 2019 See in context

I’d say do the same to him. How was it?

Stab wounds on their necks and faces...?

Eye for eye.

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Posted in: Suga says Japan aiming for 1 mil COVID-19 vaccine shots daily See in context

Just like those 60k tests/day. Riiiight...

NEXXXTTT!!!!

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Posted in: Suga says Japan aiming for 1 mil COVID-19 vaccine shots daily See in context

Did I hear 1.1 million?? Who gives more??

Alright. No one? Ok. Sold... to the man who doesn’t believe his own words.

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Posted in: Gov't extends state of emergency through May 31, adding Aichi, Fukuoka prefectures See in context

Short and powerful..

No way it was about the SoE. Maybe he was making a dirty reference?

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Posted in: Man suspected of killing woman in apartment above him had trouble with another tenant over noise See in context

Why nobody goes to check what’s going on when you hear somebody screaming!?

Do we have to wait until somebody is beat to death?? If somebody interrupted she might have been injured but would be alive. It might be risky but what if that happened to someone in their family? Would you wait for the police to arrive?

What an apathetic approach.

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Posted in: Tokyo area governors warn against holiday travel amid virus surge See in context

urge.. refrain.. ask.... 

Useless leadership

She didn’t say, “please.”

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Posted in: Meet Aloma: the Japanese male idol group cheering on moms through the trials of child-rearing See in context

The very beginning (10-14 second) of this intro-video shows how immature they are. That’s definitely what other women need.

Another stupid idea Japan.

That's not how you bridge gender inequality.

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Posted in: Suga to declare state of emergency in Osaka; no decision on Tokyo See in context

Also why isn't the govt increasing hospital bed space? Convert fields, stadiums, gyms, etc. into field hospitals to take care of the less severe patients and leave the severe one for the actual hospitals.

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It's not about the spaces or beds, or anything like that. It's all about doctors and nurses, which they don't have. Each ICU bed in Japan requires ICU 5 nurses. It doesn't scale.

Maybe if they didn’t tamper with their entry test results, we would have more (female) doctors and nurses.

Karma...Japan. Karma.

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Posted in: Tokyo, Osaka consider asking gov't to issue another state of emergency See in context

Well...

quasi-government + quasi-measures

= quasi-results

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