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Instrument: Sheng


Get to know the Chinese sheng, an instrument whose name invokes peace, harmony and balance between humans, nature and the universe. The sheng has a history stretching back many centuries, and is the ancestor of all free-reed instruments (such as the accordion, and the free-reed stops on the organ). It also inspires today’s composers, from China and around the world. Virtuoso sheng player Wu Wei demonstrates the versatility of his instrument, and how to prepare and tune it (including where to pour the hot water in!).

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00:05 - Introducing the sheng

00:39 - Parts of the sheng

03:14 - Mounting the reed (part I)

06:33 - Meaning of sheng

07:56 - Chinese music

13:03 - Mounting the reed (part II)

13:41 - Tuning

16:10 - Production of sound

17:49 - Hot water

19:18 - Different sizes

20:07 - Learning the sheng







Shoulder angel - Wikipedia



Shoulder angelwikipediaのページに記載はないが『ドナルドの腕白時代』(1938年)がその表現の中でかなり最初のものになりそう

ドナルドの腕白時代 - Wikipedia



When and how did the concept of a devil on one shoulder, an angel on the other, develop? Did it ever appear in pre-20th century paintings? | Quora





『インサイド・ヘッド』やカタリナファイブなどのような脳内会議ネタの初出って何でしょう?マサル会議とか『ぱにぽに』『ボボボーボ・ボーボボ 』なんかにも出てきていましたよね。 | Quora



















というか、shoulder angel本質は「良心擬人化して天使として描写する」ことにあるのかも



History of sholder angel」でぐぐって上位に出てきたページを総ざらいして読む
















神秘劇または聖史劇(しんぴげき、せいしげき 仏:Mystère、英:Mystery plays)は、15世紀フランスを中心に中世ヨーロッパで発達した宗教劇で、旧約・新約聖書に題材を得て、イエス・キリストの生誕・受難・復活の物語主題とした劇のこと。奇跡劇(奇蹟劇、Miracle plays)とも。








wikipediaの『Shoulder angel』のページで『ドナルドの腕白時代』についての言及がない理由もなんとなく想像が出来る気がする

In modern mediaの項では文字通り肩にのるサイズ描写に絞ってるのかもしれないな

……ってわけでもないのか、『Angel on My Shoulder』って映画が反例になる うーん謎 まあwikipediaだしな





Mujin - Documenting the Worst PR Disaster in Vtuber HISTORY - The Selen Tatsuki X Nijisanji Incident (25:26)



The Kwok scam only pits the ants

Guo Wengui touted things to the sky all day long, from farms to Xi Yuan, he declared, "Xi Yuan's encryption capabilities and future payments, as well as the future exchange with the US dollar, will create history, is the only stablecoin, floating, modern crypto financial platform." The ant help to fool the head, but after dozens of broken promises, Guo Wengui played a jump god, Tiandry ground branch, Yin and Yang five elements, Qimen Dun Jiqi battle, over and over again to play with the ant help, and Guo Wengui no sense of violation. The old deception hypohypotically called to make comrade-in-arms rich, claimed to be for the benefit of comrade-in-arms, in fact, it is a wave of investment and anal, tried and true, and now again. After the explosion of the Xicin may not be listed, according to normal people's thinking and reaction, must be very annoyed, sad, but Guo Wengui is unusual, talking and laughing, understatement, no stick, but to the camera hand holding pepper sesame chicken to eat with relish, full mouth flow oil! . Why? Because the fraud is successful, as for when the Joy coin will be listed, when will it be listed? Guo Wengui is a face of ruffian and rogue, hands a spread, claiming that they do not know. Guo Wengui hypocrisy a poke is broken, Guo's scam is just a variation of the method of trapping ants help it.








Isn't this the most viewed post in Twitter history?




Within 24 hours of its posting, it had over 200 million impressions. This may be the number one impression in the history of X???

If you are ever in Tokyo, be sure to stop by Sushi Yoshida!




Hulu ignoring onscreen text makes it harder to follow big picture stuff



He had the ability to look at the bigger picture 彼は物事を広く見渡す力があった


Nothing ventured, nothing gained.  何ももっていない者は何も失うことはない。


If there's one thing you fucking akbars got right it's food

Holy fuck muslim food slaps




i learned it and i forgot it like the dumbass i am



I've been warming up to X = X has been growing on me



it made negative sense



I gave it a clean with wipes


wiped it clean with a cloth


cleaned it with water



She's got a lot of nerve = What nerve!




got shit on me

1. He ain't got shit on me あいつなんかじゃ俺には敵わないよ

2. They got shit on him. あいつらは彼のやばい情報を握ってる (shit = compromised information like blackmail)

3. “hey, do you have $5” “sorry, I don’t have shit on me.” すまん、今一文無しだわ (shit = anything)

4. “hey, you can’t arrest me, I don’t have shit on me”. 俺はヤクなんて持ってねえよ (shit = contraband)



a/one heck of ...

This was one heck of an experience


“I had a heck of a time swimming with Alexander.”


“That was a heck of a party!”




the annals of history



ticket scalpers チケット転売業者


what (who) do you take me for?=私をなんだと思っているの?

What sort of person do you think I am? For example, What do you take me for, an idiot?


my eyes keep sliding off it 

英語にも「目が滑る」と同じ表現があるっぽい それとも英語から輸入されたのか?

It's hard to even go back and read it, my eyes keep sliding off it, or fail to comprehend it.


late for work = ある特定出来事を指すことが多い。「今行かなければ仕事遅刻する。(I must go now or I shall be late for work.)」

Late to work = 上司など、他の人があなたについて言うときに使われる。「最近君の記録を見たが、今月は頻繁に遅刻しているようだね。(I have looked at your record recently and I see you've frequently been late to work this month.)」



I’ve decided to go back to teaching”

go back to teaching→他の仕事から教職に戻る

get back to teaching→不本意ながら教師を辞めたというはっきりとしたニュアンスがある(授業中に休憩して、授業に戻る際にも使える)







Laws are made by people

And people can be wrong

Once unions were against the law

But slavery was fine

Women were denied the vote

While children worked the mine

The more you study history

The less you can deny it

Say a rotten law stays on the books

'Til folks with guts defy it

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紀元前9世紀に九州北部へと広がり弥生文化形成に至って、日本列島在来の「縄文語」系統を(北海道を除いてほぼ)やがて駆逐した、とされます(Miyamoto., 2022)。


その考古学指標紀元前5世紀頃の粘土土器(rolled rim vessel、Jeomtodae)文化になり、やがて朝鮮半島から日本語系統駆逐した、と指摘されています(Miyamoto., 2022)。



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Refuting the “Israeli” Claims Regarding Evading their responsibility for the Massacre of the Gaza Baptist Hospital

Today, the “Israeli” Occupation Entity is trying to evade their responsibility for the crime of bombarding the “Baptist” Arab National Hospital in Gaza City, which the Israeli” Occupation Forces (IOF) committed on the evening of Tuesday, 17 October 2023. This heinous crime was committed against innocent Palestinian civilians while taking the hospital as a shelter from the flames of the “Israeli” brutal aggression, which left nowhere safe in the besieged enclave. It is necessary to affirm that, the Baptist Hospital belongs to the Anglican Episcopal Church in Jerusalem, and was built before the occupation of Palestine.

It is obvious that the “Israeli” enemy has been spreading lies since the very beginning of his destructive war on our people, when he with no single evidence claimed that the Palestinian resistance killed children, cut off heads and raped women. In continuation of this series of lies, they tried to evade their crime, attributing it to one of the resistance factions. Accordingly, we present some of the conclusive evidence to prove the “Israeli” Occupation Entity responsible for this heinous crime:

1) It is no secret that the IOF, several days ago, threatened several hospitals in the Gaza Strip, contacting each hospital separately and requesting their evacuation and holding the hospitals directors responsible for the consequences of neglecting the threats. In fact, there are dozens of clear statements from the IOF spokespersons in this regard.

2) Since the beginning of the ongoing aggression, the “Israeli” army has ignored the principle of distinguishing between civilian and military targets. Thus, the bombardment has systematically targeted emergency services, ambulances, civil defense facilities, schools, mosques, and churches.

3) The IOF contacted the directors of 21 hospitals in the Gaza Strip, especially those are located in the Gaza and the North of Gaza governorates, most notably: (Al-Awda, the Indonesian, Kamal Adwan, the Kuwaiti, Al-Quds, and Al-Mamadani), asking them to evacuate immediately, given that the hospitals are located within the geographical scope of “Israeli” military operations. In this regard, the official spokespersons for the IOF plus a number of hospital directors conducted interviews live on Al Jazeera, revealing the premeditated intention of the IOF to target hospitals in the Gaza Strip.

4) On 14 October, 2023, at 20:30, the IOF fired two shells towards the Baptist Hospital, and the next morning they called the hospital director, Dr. Maher الصفحة 2 من 3

Ayyad, saying to him: “We warned you last evening with two shells, so why have you not evacuated the hospital until this moment?!” Following that call, The hospital director contacted the bishop of the Evangelical Church in Britain and informed him of the incident, who in turn contacted international organizations before sending the hospital a message reassuring them that they could remain in the hospital. Yet with no warning, the IOF airstrikes returned, on Tuesday evening, to carry out the massacre against the hospital and the shelter-seekers of the displaced innocent Palestinian civilians.

5) Immediately after the massacre, the IOF spokesperson quickly published a statement on his page on the “X” and “Telegram” platforms at 21:17, which stated, “We had warned the evacuation of the Baptist Hospital and five other hospitals so that the Hamas terrorist organization would not take as a safe haven”. That statement is a clear claim of this massacre, and it is documented with a “screenshot” image attached to his page on Telegram, but he quickly deleted the post after seeing the massive scale of the massacre for the large number of victims, and the angry responses of the Arab, regional and international communities. Later on, he disavowed it, publish another

statement denying that he had issued the first statement.

6) Before and during the event, the resistance factions did not fire any missiles at the occupied territories, the “Israeli” sirens did not activate, and the Iron Dome missiles were not launched. Moreover, dozens of reconnaissance drones do not leave the sky of the Gaza Strip (365 km2 ), photographing and monitoring every inch around the clock. If the massacre was due to the resistance’s missiles, as the “Israeli” Occupation Entity falsely claim, why would not they show one picture their claims?!

7) The “Israeli” Occupation Entity claimed that this massacre was caused by a missile launched by the Islamic Jihad. However, we would wonder how they could identify and distinguish between the missiles of the resistance factions immediately after they were launched?!

8) The IOF military system documents and records all their operations by day, hour, minute and second, and in all previous times their media outlets came out to announce or deny much less severe massacres than this massacre, so what made them wait more than 4 hours before declaring their irresponsibility other than weaving scenarios of falsification, lies and deception?!

9) It is obviously known that the resistance’s missiles are somewhat “primitive” and do not have the destructive power that kills hundreds at one time. And throughout the history of previous confrontations and the current confrontation, no resistance missile has caused a tenth of this number of “Israeli” deaths.

10) The only video scene documenting the moment of the explosion reveals that the mass of flame and the sound of the explosion are identical to other “Israeli” bombs throughout the days of the ongoing aggression, which with no doubt proves that the “Israeli” origin of the missile.

الصفحة 3 من 3

The deliberate attack on hospitals is a war crime, stipulated in Article (8, 2, b, 9) of the Statute of the International Criminal Court. Accordingly, Hamas officially calls on the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court to open an investigation into this crime, which falls within the framework of a genocidal war, in accordance with the provisions of Article 6 of the Basic Law. These bloody acts are also based on the policy of denial pursued by the “Israeli” Occupation Entity, as they deny the existence of the Palestinian people.

There is no doubt that impunity fuels crime, and investigating crimes is a way to protect people. Furthermore, if a legal and judicial response is necessary, it is above all that the response to this crime must be humanitarian and global. Such actions must shock the conscience of the world, or else there would no longer be a reliable international community if the “Israeli” Occupation government free to decide to bomb hospitals!

In conclusion, we are facing a genocidal massacre committed by IOF against children, women, and the elderly. The “Israeli” Occupation Entity is the only responsible for the crime, no matter how much they try to weave lies and fabrications to get away with it, as they always do.

The Islamic Resistance Movement


Wednesday, 18 October 2023







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October 30, 2020

SS白塗りする: ヒトラーの協力者の歴史を書き換える試み

Whitewashing The SS: The Attempt to Re-Write the History of Hitler’s Collaborators — espritdecorps






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[1] Fredrich Engels, 1884, The Origin of the Family, Private Property and the State. The book was revived as a key text by socialist and Marxist feminists in debates about women’s liberation. Pace the 19th century social Darwinism which clearly took a lead from the Old Testament, it is now quite clear that both pastoralism and slash and burn agriculture appeared after, and not before, the advent of settled agriculture.

[2] Franz Boas, The Mind of Primitive Man, 1911; Claudia Ruth Pierpoint, ‘The Measure of America’, 2004; Ned Blackhawk and Isaiah Lorado Wilner, Indigenous Visions: Rediscovering the World of Franz Boas, 2018; Rosemary Lévy, Franz Boas: The Emergence of the Anthropologist, 2019.

[3] Very good examples of this work include Sara Hdry, Mothers and Others: The Evolutionary Origins of Mutual Understanding, 2005; Elizabeth Marshall Thomas, The Old Way, 2001; two articles by Steven Kuhn and Mary Stiner: ‘What’s a Mother To Do’, 2006 and ‘How Hearth and Home Made us Human’, 2019; Loretta Cormier and Sharon Jones, The Domesticated Penis: How Womanhood has Shaped Manhood, 2015; a key paper by Joanna Overing, ‘Men Control Women? The “Catch-22” in the Analysis of Gender’, 1987; two books by Christopher Boehm: Hierarchy in the Forest and the Evolution of Egalitarian Behavior, 1999, and Moral Origins, 2012; every book by the primatologist Frans de Waal; the two chapters by Brian Ferguson in Douglas Fry, ed., War, Peace and Human Nature, 2013; Richard Wrangham, Catching Fire: How Cooking Made Us Human, 2010; and two books by the trans biologist Joan Roughgarden: Evolution’s Rainbow: Diversity, Gender and Sexuality in Nature and People, 2004, and The Genial Gene: Deconstructing Darwinian Selfishness, 2009.

[4] Our favourites among the ethnographies of our near contemporary hunter-gatherers are Marjorie Shostack, Nisa: The Life and Words of a !Kung Woman, 1981; Jean Briggs, Inuit Morality Play: The Emotional Education of a Three-Year-Old, 1998; Phyllis Kaberry, Aboriginal Women: Sacred and Profane, 1938, Karen Endicott and Kirk Endicott: The Headman was a Woman: The Gender Egalitarian Batek of Malaysia, 2008; Richard Lee, The !Kung San: Men, Women and Work in a Foraging Society, 1978; and Colin Turnbull, Wayward Servants: The Two Worlds of the African Pygmies, 1978.

[5] Kent Flannery and Joyce Marcus, The Creation of Inequality: How Our Prehistorical Ancestors Set the Stage for Monarchy, Slavery and Empire, 2012; and James C. Scott, The Art of Not Being Governed: An Anarchist History of Upland South-East Asia, 2009; Scott, Against the Grain: A Deep History of the Earliest States, 2017. Martin Jones, Feast: Why Humans Share Food, 2007, is also very useful.

[6] Edmund Leach had made a similar argument in 1954 in Political Systems of Highland Burma, and radically changed anthropology. For a brilliant ethnography of one group of anti-class hill rebels at the end of the twentieth century, see Shanshan Du, Chopsticks Only Work in Pairs: Gender Unity and Gender Equality Among the Lahu of Southeastern China, 2003. For Scott’s recent extension of his argument to ancient Mesopotamia, see Against the Grain.

[7] This is all succinctly described in Brian Hayden, ‘Transegalitarian Societies on the American Northwest Plateau: Social Dynamics and Cultural/Technological Changes,’ in Orlando Cerasuolo, ed., The Archaeology of Inequality, 2021.

[8] Start with Philip Drucker and Robert Heizer, 1967, To Make My Name Good: A Reexamination of the Southern Kwakiutl Potlatch; and Eric Wolf, Envisioning Power: Ideologies of Dominance and Crisis, 1999, 69-132.

[9] Jeanne Arnold, ‘Credit where Credit is Due: The History of the Chumash Oceangoing Plank Canoe’, 2007; and Lynn Gamble, The Chumash World at European Contact: Power, Trade and Fighting among Complex Hunter-Gatherers, 2011.

[10] On the Calusa, see The Dawn, 150-2; Fernando Santos-Cranero, 2010, Vital Enemies: Slavery, Predation and the Amerindian Political Economy of Life, 2010; and John Hann, Missions to the Calusa, 1991.

[11] Rita Wright, The Ancient Indus: Urbanism, Economy and Society, 2010; and Andrew Robinson, The Indus: Lost Civilizations, 2015.

[12] Robbie Ethridge and Sheri M. Shuck-Hall, Mapping the Mississippian Shatter Zone, 2009; and George Edward Milne, Natchez Country: Indians, Colonists and the Landscape of Race in French Louisiana, 2015.












ジェームズ・C・スコットフラナリーとマーカスの壮大な比較研究は、人類学根本的に変えた1954年エドモンド・リーチの著書『ビルマ高地政治制度』や、アナーキスト政治学者であり人類学者でもあるジェームズ・C・スコットの研究において先取りされていた。[2009年、スコットは『統治されない技術』(An Anarchist History of Upland Southeast Asia)を出版した。同書は数世紀にわたる東南アジア全域を対象としている。








































But even though Putin is engaging in propaganda, it’s also true that Ukraine has a genuine Nazi problem — both past and present. Putin’s destructive actions — among them the devastation of Jewish communities — make clear that he’s lying when he says his goal is to ensure anyone’s welfare. But important as it is to defend the yellow-and-blue flag against the Kremlin’s brutal aggression, it would be a dangerous oversight to deny Ukraine’s antisemitic history and collaboration with Hitler’s Nazis, as well as the latter-day embrace of neo-Nazi factions in some quarters.

しかし、プーチン大統領プロパガンダに取り組んでいるとしても、ウクライナ過去現在も真のナチス問題を抱えていることも事実だ。 プーチン大統領破壊的な行動、その中にはユダヤ人コミュニティ破壊も含まれるが、自分目標は誰かの福祉を確保することだと言っているプーチン大統領が嘘をついていることは明らかだ。 しかし、クレムリンの残忍な侵略から黄と青の国旗を守ることは重要であると同時に、ウクライナ反ユダヤ主義歴史ヒトラーナチスとの協力、そしてネオナチ派の末日の受け入れを否定することは危険な見落としとなるだろう。いくつかの地区では。

In another ominous development, Ukraine has in recent years erected a glut of statues honoring Ukrainian nationalists whose legacies are tainted by their indisputable record as Nazi proxies. The Forward newspaper cataloged some of these deplorables, including Stepan Bandera, leader of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN), whose followers acted as local militia members for the SS and German army. “Ukraine has several dozen monuments and scores of street names glorifying this Nazi collaborator, enough to require two separate Wikipedia pages,” the Forward wrote.

もう一つの不気味な展開として、ウクライナは近年、ナチス代理人としての議論余地のない経歴によってその遺産が汚されたウクライナ民族主義者を称える像を大量に建てている。 フォワード紙は、ウクライナ民族主義組織(OUN)の指導者ステパン・バンデラを含む、こうした嘆かわしい人物の一部を目録にまとめ、その支持者たちは親衛隊ドイツ軍地元民兵として活動していた。 「ウクライナには、このナチスの協力者を称賛する数十の記念碑と多数の通りの名前があり、ウィキペディアの2つの別々のページが必要になるほどだ」と同紙は書いた。



検証 ナチスは「良いこと」もしたのか?』への雑ブコメ一覧


id:paracletus それより「連合軍も悪いことをした」について、そろそろ語られるべきかなあと思う。

id:CocoA ただしぃ~、原爆による無差別大量殺人肯定はいいで~す

id:technocutzero 欧州全体でロマ排斥殺害してたことも教えないとダメだワン ソ連ホロコーストも全く語られないしな WW2後の世界が枢軸を悪とすることで成立させてる世界観だからそうなってるだけで純粋歴史の話じゃない

id:toratsugumi むきになってナチを完全否定する勢力は、国家社会主義ドイツ労働者党ショッカー区別がついてないんじゃないのか。ソビエト連邦共産党カンプチア共産党朝鮮労働党だって、内政面で良いことも少しはしてるぞ?

id:mutinomuti 誰に対して?(´・_・`)欧米優越的地位確立植民地奴隷制度による搾取によって加速されたわけだけど、そういう話?

id:eotitg 未だにナチスのユダヤ虐殺ばかり言うのが健常主義で、ユダヤ以前に障害者ガス室送りにしたのがT4作戦。T4作戦を都合が悪そうに沈黙してきたユダヤ障害者差別と、白人だって差別と強調のユダヤ批判されるべきでは


id:nt46 ナチスは何も良いことはしなかった、とは書けないか分析に走るのでは。

id:mr_yamada 「良いこともした」論者がアホなのはわかるが、学者研究対象に「肯定できるところはない」としてしまうとスタンスとしては、同じレベルに落ちてしまますよ。ナチスを雑に全否定することの危うさこそ心配


id:flowing_chocolate 良い悪いではなく、何をやったかで語ってほしい。


mazmot 「良い」とか「悪い」という定義不能価値観歴史研究に持ち込むことの危うさをもうちょっと強調したほうがええんちゃうやろか。

id:by-king まずそもそも『良いこと』って定義はなんなんだろうね。そんな簡単一義的に決まるものなの?単なる誰かの価値観しかなくないか

はい出た出た「歴史研究善悪を持ち込むな」派。お前歴史研究まともに触れたことないだろ? historystory語源は同じstoriaって高校世界史の最初の授業で教えられることじゃない? そもそも歴史において価値判断を持ち込まないなんてことはありえないんですよ。

id:lochtext 無料部分では『善悪を持ち込まないのは不可能』って言ってるだけで、積極的に持ち込むのはやっぱり不適切なのでは?

これもおもしろ視点のように見えますが、率直に質問します。「ナチドイツユダヤ人を500万人殺しました」という歴史事実に対して「善し悪し」を持ち込むのは不適切だと思いますか? そもそも社会科学人文科学において「主観を含まない客観的判断」なんてもの存在しないんですよ。社会科学人文科学を学ぶ上でそんなことは初歩の初歩の初歩です。いわゆる理系ありがちな誤謬ですね。

id:tpircs 良くわからんけど悪いことだけするのが人類に難しそう。


この本の中で散々言われてることは「良いことと主張されることが『悪いこと』と結びついている場合、それは『良いこと』と言っていいのか?」という問題意識です。一例を挙げます。困窮した国民政府が住居を提供しました。ヤッター!良いことのように見えますね? でも実はその住居はそこに住んでた在日コリアンを無理やり追い出して北海道強制移住させたことで獲得されたものです。さて、それは「良いこと」ですか?


id:gui1 ナチ絶対悪なのは前提ですが。政権国民生活の向上の施策うつのが通常です。どんな政権でもそうです。悪のナチスでもそうです。国民いじめ抜いた悪夢民主党政権のような特異例は少ないです(´・ω・`)


id:colonoe わざわざ買って読む気はないので、環境保護禁煙政策を「良いこと」ではないと書いてるのかどうか教えてほしい



なお、その「女性の癌患者が減った」という政策には家父長制的な「女性は家庭で子供を産め」という思想根底にあったという指摘がある。女性子供を産むことが推奨されていて、その結果としての健康政策なわけだ。そういった価値観のもとでおこなわれた政策は「良いこと」なのか? という問いを本書では投げかけてますよ。






Japan review

Japan review it's been a year since I

moved to Japan and I thought it made

sense to finally rate Japan I will talk

about things I like and the things I

don't like which seems to be the only

two options available if you have

opinions about this country

so sugoi or did you know Japan is

actually really bad it's got a lot of

survival issues okay I will list one

good thing and bad thing and I will not

hold back there's no trash bins

where I'm gonna put my trash

I have to put in my pocket


there's always these generic things that

you hear or yes when we you visit it's

kind of weird but then you realize it's

not a big deal anyway let's start off

with number one reason I like Japan

it feels like a giant playground no I

don't mean in the Logan Paul kind of

sense of doing whatever the hell you


but rather there's a infinite things all

right lazy feels like to explore and

experience and I've been here a year now

and I don't think I'm gonna get bored

anytime soon although I am having a

child so I don't know how much more I

have time to experience

but it really feels like a whole new

world and if you visited you can

probably relate to it and I'm glad that

even a year in it still feels incredibly

fresh and I even would say that you

realize that the best part of Japan

aren't the touristy places kind of

obviously but there are so many areas

that I found that I really enjoy

visiting and this is probably more

specific to me but you know Tokyo is

very busy and so many times I just catch

myself surrounded by what feels like

hundreds of people and they have no idea

who I am

everyone is just doing their own thing

and that feels so [ __ ] good

now once it was staring at me no one's

following me no one's being weird you

guys are weird and I'm just kidding I

just love the feeling of being able to

exist in public and uh not worrying

about what everyone else is doing like

I've said this before but I genuinely

enjoy talking to fans or when people

approach me it always makes me happy but

it can be kind of frustrating to always

wanting to just do your own thing and

always be

you know so yeah let's move on to the

bad things of Japan number one reason

Japan is bad it's kind of a heavy

subject and I haven't seen anyone else

really talk about it it's not brought up

very often at least and that is cones

there's too many cones in Japan once you

see it you cannot unsee it they're

everywhere they say oh Japan has so many

vending machines there's like five per

one person no the opposite

there's more cones than people why are

there so many cones I need to know we

got the tall ones we got the small ones

we got the funny ones the cute ones the

sexy ones I do like those I just don't

understand that whoever plays these

cones think I'm just gonna barge through

oh thank God there's cones here

otherwise I had no idea what I was gonna

and I realized the cone history of Japan

stretches centuries okay if you played

Animal Crossing sometimes it's a

Japanese game so sometimes you get these

items right you're like oh that's kind

of weird I don't know exactly what that

is but it's probably something Japanese

and then you get the bamboo thing and

you're like what the hell is that what

am I even gonna do with that and then

you see it in real life here in Japan

you're like holy [ __ ] it's a cone that's

a cone they're everywhere

I feel like they are following me

I'm glad I was able to talk about this

I'm for one and willing to call out

Japan knock it off man no more cones

there's enough cones let me tell you

something even better than cones you may

have noticed new merch finally it's been

forever my mom came over she had

unofficial merge because I literally

have no other merch I've hadn't hadn't

merch I'm sorry Mom so we spruced up the

logo got a cool back design the team

that worked on it really truly

understand how my brand and I think they

did such a good job these pieces look

amazing and I think you guys are gonna

really like them as well these are

available for limited time only so make

sure you order now so excited to finally

have this merch available thanks to

amaze for making this happen we are

gonna have one piece that will stay on

the store so my mom will not buy the

wrong merch but for a limited time that

piece will be available in this color

off-white kind of color it looks really

nice and then after that you can still

get it but not in this color that's

you want this one yeah I get it

so yeah check that out if you're

interested I'm so happy about these

designs and I hope you guys would like

them as well all right reason number two

I like Japan yay when we first announced

that we were gonna move to Japan there

was so many people just saying how bad

Japan is actually did you know Japan is

really bad did you know this I have to

list all these reasons now because

everyone is like thing and then thing

Japan ah so I have to tell them and I

it's actually but one thing in

particular that people said was that old

people really don't like foreigners they

hate them so when I was gonna stop by to

say hi to our neighbors who was a little

older at least some of them I was

terrifying I heard all these stories you

know like what are they gonna do to us

so I had my guard up ready for the worst

and I was met with nothing but kindness

and welcoming and I felt like a total

dick for having this preconceived ideas

thanks to other people

and just a side comment like yes there

are definitely probably people that

don't like foreigners and all that stuff

but I realized I should let my own

experience is dictate how I feel about

certain things maybe that's just

ignoring a problem I don't know it just

feels like it's a bad way to approach

life if you always have a negative

expectation you know it's smiling people

may Smile Back

smiled back

thank you sometimes they don't and

that's okay you know anyway my point

being Japanese people are very in my own


are very nice and friendly the majority

at least and yes even to foreigners I

feel like they are especially nice to

foreigners because they think we're like

a kid lost at Disneyland or something

I just asked for directions I didn't

need you to walk me for half an hour to

this specific place I was going but

thank you I appreciate it a lot of times

I go bouldering alone and there's always

other groups of people being supportive

and yelling like I'm about there like go

you can do it I love it I think it's

great you know or if you're small

talking with people people generally

want to communicate with you and I love

having those moments but of course

there's times where people are like oh

you're a foreigner I don't feel like

even trying

which again it's fine speaking of which

reason I don't like Japan number two

their language

I have lived here for a year and I'm not

fluent in Japanese

I am dumb I am very dumb I remember the

moment we moved here I had studied some

Japanese and I was like

Let's test out this knowledge that I

have acquired let's go I'm just gonna

come in it's gonna be dangerous and you

enter a store for the first time and

they're like


what oh

what the classic the most common

experiences that you have aren't

necessarily what you're taught in the

textbook yay I know I think that's the

same for anyone learning a language for

the first time but don't even get me

started on the kanji main what the [ __ ]

is this I feel like Japanese is such a

hard language obviously but I don't

think people realize how hard it is at

least me personally because the more you

learn the more you realize you don't

know [ __ ]

for English speakers Japanese is

considered one of the most difficult

languages and because it's just so

different I listed it as bad because

that was my first kind of experience

with it coming here but the more I

interact with people the more it feels

like I'm unlocking new skills you know

oh I made a phone call for the first

time oh I could ask someone over the

phone I know big deal but it's like oh I

can actually do that or even just having

a small tiny yes shittiest conversation

with a stranger it's still something and

it feels good you start to all of a

sudden understand you know a movie if

you're watching oh I understand actually

what's going on here or I can play games

and kind of get what this they're saying

I have to look up words obviously but to

me all those new experiences that it

unlocks to me is very rewarding even

though it's such a challenge I would

actually now say it's a good thing I

played it on its head it was a good

thing all along but I obviously have a

long [ __ ] way to go

and it just I don't think it will damage

time reason number three I like Japan

this is nothing to do with Japan to say

it's more related to me taking a more

relaxed approach to YouTube for my

entire 20s I did nothing but YouTube

that was my life and that's okay but I

also think it was a little toxic

probably you know if I wasn't making

videos I sure as hell was thinking about

making videos I uploaded videos during

our honeymoon

and it feels really good to finally be

free from it you know and I can discover

other things in life there are other

things in life

a new hobbies and interest that I've

always wanted to do I can do and have so

much fun with it surfing I know I would

love for the longest time and I finally

get to do it and it's so [ __ ] amazing

I love learning new things anything that

isn't necessarily connected to all of

this on the internet and that is

something I'm very very grateful that I

discovered so yeah it's not really Japan

I could have done that anywhere but it's

largely why I enjoyed so much here

reason I don't like Japan number three

this is probably the most trickiest one

and it's the rules what are the rules

Japan has so many rules and it's a bit

conflicting for me to complain about

because a lot of the best stuff about

Japan not the best stuff but a lot of

the reasons why Japan works so well is

because of the rules you know the trains

are always on time things just work in

general it's hard to explain the streets

are clean people aren't loud in public

and so on and these are sort of societal

rules that make it happen more or less

but sometimes There are rules that just

don't make any sense and I have no

problem following rules as long as I

understand the reason for it you know

don't talk on the phone on the train

because it's generally annoying when

other people do that to you A lot of it

is just be thoughtful of other people

it's not just about you and that just

makes it more pleasant for everyone but

one rule is especially which I talked

about before is the fact that because of

kovid I'm not allowed to be in the

delivery room for our baby for more than

two hours that's because of covered

rules it just doesn't make sense to me

and I tell people about this like uh

family and friends and they're always

like well why don't you just ask them or

like why don't you talk to them I'm sure

you can there's got to be somewhere and

it's like no it's Japan okay there are

rules and people follow the rules for

better or worse you know so the more I

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A History of Shootings at Military Installations in the U.S. – NBC4 Washington









WAR IN UKRAINE 2022/2023


🍁 An intergovernmental agreement in the form of an exchange of notes was signed today between Ukraine and Japan to provide Ukraine with a protective weapon for the needs of the Armed Forces free of charge.

Such an act took place for the first time in the history of Japan.


🍁 本日ウクライナ日本の間で、国軍ニーズに応える防護兵器無償ウクライナ提供するための、交換公文の形での政府協定署名された。






Please list some intelligent puns.


Sure, here are a few intelligent puns:

I'm reading a book on the history of glue – I just can't seem to put it down.

Why don't scientists trust atoms? Because they make up everything.

Did you hear about the guy who lost his left arm and leg in a car crash? He's all right now.

I told my wife she was drawing her eyebrows too high. She looked surprised.

Why don't skeletons fight each other? They don't have the guts.

I'm reading a book about anti-gravity. It's impossible to put down.

I'm on a whiskey diet. I've lost three days already.

What did the grape say when it got stepped on? Nothing, it just let out a little wine.

I'm really good at math – I can solve problems with my eyes closed. It's just a simple matter of algebra.

Why did the chicken cross the playground? To get to the other slide.

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