I’m off to the airport tomorrow. I may update when I’m Thailand. Or, I may just lay on the beach…
Most people have never heard of the Japanese automaker Mitsuoka. We rode in a Mitsuoka taxi once and the driver really loved that car – it was, indeed, a very well crafted car, and he kept it impeccably clean. I see less and less of these cars on the road every year, which is kind of a sad thing, but it does make each new sighting more significant.
I forgot who sent me this link, but whoever it was, props:
Japanese sexual positions as illustrated by AIBO
Once again, someone has WAY TOO MUCH TIME!
What a stupid bitch. Not much I can say about this, really. Subverting the Pledge of Allegiance to push your own political agenda is just so wrong… “God” is not a bad word, and if you think so – well, he probably hates your stupid ass, anyway.
Something to make you smile, even though it’s the start of the week. I am posilutely ecstatic to see tax dollars so well spent…
It seems my faithful, undersized refrigerator has died on me. Everything in the freezer thawed out and a kind of primordial sludge leaked out when I opened the door. NASTY. Oh well, at least I found out what that frozen mystery clump was in the back of the freezer (a bag of shrimp from three years ago). I threw everything out as a kind of rebirthing ritual. Even the tupperware went. Didn’t think twice about it, either. I guess “baching it” has some benefits, cause I would never in a thousand years get away with that shit if my woman was here.
Well, I guess I have to buy a new undersized refrigerator when I get back from Thailand. Not enough time to deal with it before I go.
T just brought my bro, Adam, out from Nara to help him move his stuff to Juso, a part of Osaka famous for negi-yaki and whores. I guess the obvious question is, which one will leave a more bitter taste in his mouth? Good luck, dude.
Last month, a Japanese woman was able to find her missing daughter through a Livedoor blog just ten days after starting it: LINK
It would be pretty fun to check this out with my brother and sisters: Goonies 20th Anniversary Celebration
Combined, we must have watched that movie at least fifty times. Plus, I think the little stereotyped Asian kid inspired me to become a gadget freak.