My Brother, Adam Yoshida…

Will be amused to find that his name is the domain of a guy who “surpasses Rush Limbaugh for zealousness and Ann Coulter for madness.”
www.adamyoshida.com
LOL. Even their middle initials are the same (Adam Teiichi Yoshida / Adam Takao Yoshida).
I have a serious beef with the Yoshida Sauce dude, too. What a sellout with that chop suey font and “you sooo fonny meesta!” photo. Bite MY cracked peppercorn teriyaki, foo. Although I do want a pair of Justin boots and a select few of the bags offered by Yoshida Kaban (although their website sucks fanny pack; try here to see an otaku fan site of their products).

10 thoughts on “My Brother, Adam Yoshida…”

  1. I lost my adamyoshida@yahoo.com account because I didn’t use it for a long time, and when I tried to re-open it, it was taken (I am guessing) by that guy. Dammit, I thought I was unique (sniff, sniff).
    I wonder if anyone thinks that his is my webpage. I don’t know what to think of HE who is called by a very similar name to mine. Maybe I should start a site that preaches tree-hugging, pro-immigration, and religious tolerance to even out the political leanings of my collective identity in the hive mind known as “Adam T. Yoshida”.
    How many more of us are in existance? I hope there are some fun and level-headed ones amongst us.

  2. Wow, a response from the man himself. Adam, you seem like a righteous dude… Self-proclaimed ultra-conservative! Canadian!! You rock, man. I’ll be snooping around your site and reading some of your other works – they seem to be scattered all over the web.

  3. Finding Me

    It seems that a couple of years ago I did some class work while attending UCSB that made a contribution to this website, but I don’t remember doing anything special. I sure as hell know that Brian didn’t either! Holy…

  4. Finding Me

    It seems that a couple of years ago I did some class work while attending UCSB that made a contribution to this website, but I don’t remember doing anything special. I sure as hell know that Brian didn’t either! Holy…

  5. “Self-proclaimed ultra-conservative”
    such as the british were in 1776.
    america was founded by liberals; their actions: stopping commerce (tea party) and rebellion are the bastions of liberal thought. this is what we stand for: gov’t. that doesn’t help the people and corporate crominality.
    now in modern times with ignorance and arrogance rampant – a lack of historical perspective is all that is necessary to form opinions.

  6. Leapfrogging Microcosms

    It’s crazy what you can find when Googling your name and the name of people that you know. For example, I found out that my highschool friends Gary Dote (at Halocrazed) and Daniel Chong (posting at chickennuggets) are also blogging….

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