MichaelBukakis's past comments

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    MichaelBukakis

    This has nothing to do with food and everything to do with the helicopter carrier being deployed into the South China Sea Japan needs the Chinese market badly, Meiji will be screaming in a few weeks

    Posted in: Chinese shops pull Japanese food items from shelves over safety fears

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    MichaelBukakis

    Every other country (1st world) is rolling their eyes.

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    MichaelBukakis

    I find the commercializations of some college athletics in the US appalling. As well as the zombiefication of the masses who mindlessly follow such huge events spending enormous sums . Who cares ?

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  • -1

    MichaelBukakis

    I have a solution. Everybody move to Tokyo and have 5 babies.

    Posted in: Japan's 4th-quarter GDP revised up

  • -1

    MichaelBukakis

    Of course the stock market is at all time highs because the economy is sooooo fundamentally sound, isn't that right?

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    MichaelBukakis

    300 Billion Dollars to "clean up" As if it was spilt milk. Tell me more about cheap nuclear power. For 30000000000000 yen you could put solar on EVERY single family home in JAPAN!

    Posted in: TEPCO says it will make plan this summer to clean up Fukushima plant

  • -1

    MichaelBukakis

    What's. 375 billion $ between friends? In two months! Plus the 40 billion $ per month the US is hemmoraging. Go Donny Go!

    Posted in: Foreign holdings of U.S. Treasury debt down for 3rd month

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    MichaelBukakis

    Nobody goes for these big weddings anymore, who are the suckerz getting ripped off?

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    MichaelBukakis

    They were found with Ottoman coins, therefore they came over at the time of the Ottoman coins, not at the time of the Roman Empire.

    Posted in: Roman coins ID'd in Okinawan ruins, but how they got there remains mystery

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    MichaelBukakis

    Not defending trump, think he's a hole. But it goes to show a self funded outsider will not be tolerated by the establishment. Look at Bernie as well, he was more popular than the neocon he faced.

    Posted in: New allegations of sexual misconduct rock Trump campaign

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    MichaelBukakis

    Hey the Fukushima accident is 20 years from being cleaned up. Let's waste money on vanity projects.

    Posted in: Koike says now's the last chance to rein in Olympic costs

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    MichaelBukakis

    Disciplinary? Like a stern talking to?

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    MichaelBukakis

    It just shows how the wheels on the bus are wobbling so badly that they are letting in foreignors of all stripes, be they tourists or laborers, to save the dying economy. Grasping at straws really, like Abenomics. It was a good strategy gor a while- keeping everything foreign out, except oil, timber, and food, minerals. But it's a bit late, should have been started long ago. The J- gov has waited until almost everybody is tapped out of cash, then they attempt to ease the pain a little. They know the average can live on rice, soup, and sardines almost indefinitely, while cramped in a little apartment, working 6 days, 60 hours a week. And if the average accept that fate, well it's their fault! I've never seen so many foreign goods in the shops as I have recently, it's amazing. The J - gov kept them out to protect their sectors but now it's too late, let the average make 10% on that bottle of wine or cheese, like a biscuit to a puppy. Sorry, it will take more than that.

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    MichaelBukakis

    Very good article!
    Tell me again it's not money printing, it most certainly is.

    Posted in: Market won't play ball with BOJ's new rate regime

  • 2

    MichaelBukakis

    Hey Fukushima is far from safe and let's build some stadiums for our grandchildren to pay for, good idea.

    Posted in: A look at rising costs for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics

  • 0

    MichaelBukakis

    After years of living in Japan and agreeing to be on tv non paid many times, and she doesn't like it, umm..

    Posted in: Canadian YouTuber explains why she quit working on Japanese TV

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    MichaelBukakis

    Such wonderful and glorious news from out maximum leader Abe and sidekick Kuroda. I foresee a quick turnaround in the multi decade downward spiral. Either that or hyperinflation, hold on to your imported goods (food) prices.

    Posted in: BOJ adds long-term interest rate target to massive asset-buying program

  • -1

    MichaelBukakis

    A minister without a chauffer for his black Camry? Amazing

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    MichaelBukakis

    Wait, in the country with a 99% conviction rate if charged, it gets dropped? Justice for some, with money.

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    MichaelBukakis

    Glad to see jgov tackling the real issues again

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