Yukijin comments

Posted in: Japan adopts plan to push clean energy, nuclear to cut carbon emissions See in context

Those spruiking how efficient nuclear power is should not forget to include the cost of clean ups which will always happen.

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Posted in: Australia's Queensland state to open to vaccinated travelers See in context

The premiers of QLD and WA make me sick in the guts.

Smug. Heartless. Feeding on attention.

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Posted in: Sustainable vegan cheese brand introduces ‘faux-mage’ lineup See in context

Kirkland almond milk from costco is fortified with b12. 1 cup gives you 50% daily requirement.

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Posted in: Kishida sends ritual offering to Yasukuni Shrine See in context

The LDP version of being jumped into the gang.

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Posted in: Man arrested over murder of 83-year-old father See in context

It's always the emotionally suppressed middle aged children you gotta watch out for in Japan

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Posted in: Princess Mako's boyfriend to meet her parents ahead of marriage See in context

I'm sure that group of rich people really really care about 35k

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Posted in: Don Quijote asks couples to refrain from breaking up in its Osaka store See in context

Some silly people pay for advertising, these guys are smarter than that.

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Posted in: McCartney says Lennon responsible for Beatle breakup See in context

Good on him.

Change is always good, look at AC/DC still rehashing the same old formula. It's as boring as batsh1t

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Posted in: Report touts benefits of second jobs for workers, firms See in context

So much talk about hours and so little talk about efficiency.

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Posted in: Taiwan will not bow to China, president says See in context

A global media ban on Xi would work wonders, he obviously feeds on the attention he gets and we are all feeding the troll.

Let the governments and military deal with him discretely.

The less feedback he gets the better IMO

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Posted in: China's Xi says reunification with Taiwan must happen See in context

What we have here is Xi mark 2.

He realizes his big mouth has caused much harm to his reputation and now he is playing good cop.

Take his charm with a grain of salt, he is a but a well dressed monster.

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Posted in: Japan, U.S. business leaders call for diversified supply chains See in context

Onshoring is not desirable?

But making huge profits is certainly desirable, sharing the wealth in your own back yard should be the goal here.

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Posted in: Outage highlights how vital Facebook has become worldwide See in context

There are three stages.

First you quit it, then you constantly tell everyone how bad it is and that they should quit it too, then you actually forget about it and move on.

Until you reach stage 3 it still lives inside you.

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Posted in: Kishida to create new ministerial post for economic security See in context

I knew a company that fabricated aftermarket automotive products and sent them to china to be mass produced.

They got their product, then 3 months later ebay was flooded with the exact same product at 1/4 the price.

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Posted in: Japan to see price hikes in food, tobacco products from October See in context

Usually in Japan prices stay the same but portion sizes are constantly dropping.

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Posted in: 2 women in LDP party leadership race get mixed reactions See in context

Time will save us, dinosaurs will die.

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Posted in: Amazon unveils robot that can patrol homes See in context

Bezos in your bedroom

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Posted in: China vows to keep Taiwan out of Pacific Rim trade group See in context

What is democracy if a great big club of democratic countries allow an island full of people screaming for help, begging to join us, if we allow them to slide into the abyss then we are not the people or the superior system that we believe we are.

Man up, give the finger to communism just like our grandfathers did. So what if the price is that we need to stop being office workers with soft hands and start being machinists with tough hands again.

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Posted in: Japan to fully lift state of emergency measures this week See in context

Woohoo. I'm dusting off my dancing shoes.

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Posted in: China lodges protest against Japan over Taiwan's bid to join TPP See in context

Reading about the constant complaining of the ccp reminds me of living with my parents.

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Posted in: Japan's universities tightening background checks on foreign students See in context

It is a well known fact that spy organizations recruit on university grounds.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 235 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 2,093 See in context

Let's hope it burns out.

Time to start living your best life again peeps.

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Posted in: Quad leaders to oppose attempts to change status quo in East China Sea See in context

Ironic, considering the Ryukyus were once an independent kingdom with good relations with its neighbour to the west until Japan invaded and annexed it. I also love how America colonized other countries all over the Pacific, and don't get me started on the British empire

That was 100 years ago, this is now.

Attitudes have changed.

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Posted in: Land prices continue to fall in Japan amid pandemic See in context

Population decline means cheaper land, giving respite to younger generations seeking to own their own house.

It seems a very necessary chapter in the book of capitalism if you ask me.

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Posted in: Chinese property magnate loses $1 billion in Evergrande panic See in context

I hope he will be ok.

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Posted in: Forceful vaccine messages backfire with holdouts: How can it be done better? See in context

You cannot lie, cheat, steal, embezzle, cover up and deny as a governing power and expect 100% of people to trust you when you need them to.

An honest, transparent government might have a chance, but there are no honest governments, someone should try it one day and see how it works out.

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Posted in: France accuses Australia, U.S. of lying in escalating crisis See in context

China will be doubly upset because they have been spying on the Adelaide submarine construction site from their suspiciously located consulate built in a suburban street a few klm away, and now their info is useless.

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Posted in: France accuses Australia, U.S. of lying in escalating crisis See in context

Australia has the right to bulk its military any how it likes.

Over the next few decades China will make moves to secure the raw materials it desires, and Australia is very attractive target with its natural resources, France not so much.

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Posted in: Woman chips tooth eating McDonald's burger containing metal See in context

Mcferrous meals are live.

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Posted in: Great power rivalry fuels Pacific arms race frenzy See in context

The world is giving half it's money directly to china and the other half is going to be tied up in military budgets.

The only country with any money left will be china.

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