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Posted in: Where is everybody? See in context

Tokyo best city of the world !!..

certainly havent seen many cities around the world have you.

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Posted in: India's surge hits southern states, prompting more lockdowns See in context

Herd immunity existed long before vaccines were invented. It is simply a label for the state where the virus runs out of hosts.

and what if there wasnt a vaccine yet, still no lockdowns. do you even realise how many people need to get infected in India to get herd immunity, around 900million people at a 2~3% fatality rate thats around 18~27milion dead. Not since the spanish flu has the world experienced such a contagious virus, so no lockdowns are necessary until enough of the Indias population is inoculated. so stop spreading lies and misinformation like your last Fuehrer did

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Posted in: Japan faces longer state of emergency, casting doubt on Olympics See in context

2022

and what will happen to the world athletic championship in OREGON JULY 15–24, 2022.

is every other sporting event going to be moved down a year 2 years because of Toyko?

no theyve already stated if its canceled this year its canceled for good

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Posted in: Biden aims to vaccinate 70% of American adults by July 4 See in context

That is why People are moving to Florida and Texas makes sense.

47% of texans voted for blue in 2020, 63% Californians voted blue in 2020, which state do you think will be flipped first

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Posted in: Biden aims to vaccinate 70% of American adults by July 4 See in context

Better get busy Joe.

averaging 1~2 million vaccines per day, 100million vaccinated in his first 100days, doing a great job so far

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Posted in: Biden aims to vaccinate 70% of American adults by July 4 See in context

So overlook suicides, not important and focus ONLY on COVID deaths I see. 

US average yearly suicide rate about 45000, covid19 deaths in 1 year about 500000

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Posted in: Biden aims to vaccinate 70% of American adults by July 4 See in context

Well, unlike liberals we just don’t follow and believe the liberals holy grail.

nothing to do with being liberal everything to do with science. vaccines are 93% effective , deaths from the vaccine are so small that its almost zero. science shows that your far more likely to die from being

unvaccinated and develop serious long term health problems if you contract covid19

got to love science leaves the deniers screaming at the sky again

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Posted in: Osaka governor eyes asking for extension of virus state of emergency See in context

Why is Japan prioritizing old people for vaccinations, 

another that deosnt liten to the science,

because elderly have the highest risk of dying during this pandemic, young have very low mortality rates.

It's the younger population that need to go out and work, not old people. The hypocrisy of this country is top level.

who do you think that built Japan into the prosperous nation it is today, out of the ashes of war, certainly wasnt the young.

the young need to show more respect to their elders and the elderly, without them they wouldnt exist, and no the elderly arent expendable, theyve done their time building this country, they cant work forever,

young conveniently forget that theyll also be elderly one day

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Posted in: Japan to introduce 'vaccine passports' for international travel See in context

Under this Orwellian plan, how will people who cannot be vaccinated visit family in Japan?

well youll just have to wait until the majority of Japanese are vaccinated and yourself also. my parents wanted to visit Japan last year, now they realise its best that theyre vaccinated and also my wife and I before they visit again and international travel starts to return

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Posted in: Japan to introduce 'vaccine passports' for international travel See in context

Vaccine passports are an invasion of civil liberties.

many cant understand, civil liberties of Americans are null and void in many other countries, want to travel to other countries youll have to adhere to those countries laws whether you agree with them or not.

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Posted in: Egos clash in Bezos-Musk space race See in context

Musk’s talk of colonizing Mars is bonkers when you actually look at the details of what that would be like for anyone trying it.

I agree colonize the moon first, once youve got hat mastered move on to mars

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Posted in: Dispose of cooking oil efficiently with Japanese microfiber named after 'The Rose of Versailles' See in context

dont need that, just buy a oil disposable box on Monotaro comes with box plastic bag and shredded cardboard can fill up to 4L of cooking or engine oil.

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Posted in: A newspaper columnist in Australia, which has virtually eliminated the coronavirus through lockdowns, says of the lockdown as a weapon in the fight against the virus: If it was a drug, it would never be approved because its side effects include poverty, unemployment, depression, massive social dislocation, a loss of education and a transfer of risk from the old to the young. What do you think of his view? See in context

It is not politically correct to criticize Australia's or New Zealand's handling of the coronavirus so I would have to disagree

nothing to do with politics , everything to do with science. OZ and NZ have proven scientifically that lockdowns work while waiting herd immunity through vaccinations. The countries that are doing the worst are the ones that think continuing like as normal will contain a pandemic.

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Posted in: As U.S. vaccine demand falls, states look to new solutions See in context

What are they going to do with the 40% of the population who refuse to be vaccinated?

basically nothing, plus side is there are million of vaccines that can now be shipped to other countries that want to take it, also plus is that those that refuse to take it wont likely be allowed to travel to countries that require vaccinations, keeping the pandemic alive and well in their little corners of America

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Posted in: Up to 300 people per day breaking self-quarantine pledge in Japan See in context

Either way, close to 99% are following the rules. Good Job Japan.

thats all covid needs 1% of the population not doing their part to contain this pandemic , then infection spread exponentially , and another lockdown is imposed, and these same morons scream the loudest of their freedoms and their rights as more people die.

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Posted in: 2 Americans accused in Ghosn escape to go on trial June 14 See in context

Sorry Ghosnbelievers, sooner or later, justice will be served..

LOL !!..

last I checked Ghosn was enjoying his retirement in Lebanon out of reach of J justice and outsmarting them in the process, must hurt having been humiliated by the smart gaijin and not being able to do anything about it. lol

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Posted in: 2 Americans accused in Ghosn escape to go on trial June 14 See in context

He's been mouthing off but now very quiet.

probably too busy sipping wine eating cheese at his luxury villa in Lebanon. knowing he outsmarted J justice and that he out of reach to them

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Posted in: Health ministry panel to make decision on Moderna vaccine on May 20 See in context

Take your time... No rush!

yeah debating about using Moderna vaccine while in the same breath trying to steal away 500 nurses to save the Olympics that the vast majority of Japanese dont even want

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Posted in: Vital medical supplies reach India as COVID deaths near 200,000 See in context

Once again, the media are scaremongering on the basis of flimsy numbers. Did everybody forget that India has a population of more than a billion?

give it up, its that same blase attitude to a pandemic thats so far claimed over 3 million people, why your Fuehrer is no longer president

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Posted in: Vital medical supplies reach India as COVID deaths near 200,000 See in context

 Or am I going to have to endure this repeat boredom for infinity?

100,000s thousands are dying from a pandemic and youre bored!?

wonder how bored youll be if one of your family member dies of covid19?

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Posted in: Australia security official warns staff of 'drums of war' See in context

continue to hold their hands out for Chinese money.

and why do you think the kiwis are so quiet!, dont want to bite the hand that feeds them

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Posted in: Start-ups aim to change car battery recycling and clean up world's most polluting industry See in context

So all the California Greenies with Priuses are Telsa's are actually contributing to the world's most polluting industry.

nope already been shown in numerous studies that EV vehicles produce less co2 over the life of the vehicle compared to ICE cars. around 3-4 yrs from states that use nulcear solar geo thermal power production around7=8 yrs from states that use fossil fuel power generators. electric vehilces dont require regular oil changes to stay functional

ice engines are only around 30=40% efficient compared to 80~90% for electric motors. then youve got the oil burnt to transport it from the fields more oil burnt to process the crude then more oil used to deliver it to gas stations. for every gallon of oil used less than 30% of its energy is actually used to move the cars. 70% is lost as heat in processing delivery and noise

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Posted in: Japanese F1 Grand Prix to remain at Suzuka until end of 2024 See in context

but you need nads for that first corner at Fuji too.

not really 1st right at Fuji and Suzuka are very similar most open wheel cars go through there at around 100-120kph. left turn at end of back straight at Suzuka your looking at around double the speed 200kph+

I use to go through there in my WRX STI at around 120-130kph and it scary as F

if you go through there too fast youre into the sand trap and wall

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g4avI36vPiQ

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Posted in: Japanese F1 Grand Prix to remain at Suzuka until end of 2024 See in context

Sad to see that Fuji has not been resurrected, but Suzuka

if youve driven on Suzuka and Fuji and I have both, Suzuka it far better track. front rear straights really fast and good technical parts in between. last sweeping left on the back straight takes a lot of nads to go through fast

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Posted in: Pooping at supermarket checkout lands Kitakyushu man ¥300,000 fine See in context

I would of got two plastic bags scooped up his poop, grabbed the guy stuffed the poop in his jacket and thrown him out on the sidewalk

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Posted in: Pooping at supermarket checkout lands Kitakyushu man ¥300,000 fine See in context

Even dogs and cats know enough not to do that.

rabbits mostly poop in one corner of the yard so as to not sleep in their own poop

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Posted in: Man arrested for defrauding his 35 girlfriends See in context

35! how would you even remember what you did with each women, what each likes dislikes!? let alone not mixing up their names in conversation or confusing one for another!?

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Posted in: Olympic torch relay suffers 1st total cancelation See in context

one leg cancelled, more to follow and the games must be postponed to 2022.

no that wont happen once canceled they stated itll be canceled for good

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Posted in: What does Japan's virus state of emergency mean this time? See in context

And this SOE will damage more than it makes good!

what so 10000 dead isnt counted as bad?, its going to be much higher than this unless the government get s it finger out of its backside and gets people vaccinated. UK US and vaccinating 1-2million people per day.

weve got the international superspreader even just 2 months away, things are going to turn much worse.

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