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Whole grains" such as brown rice and barley rice improve diabetes, sleep, and depression


Mental health Lifestyle Diet

 Eating "whole grains" such as whole grain bread, brown rice, sprouted brown rice, millet rice, and barley rice lowers the risk of diabetes and obesity.

 Studies have also shown that a whole grain eating style can improve sleep and prevent depression.

Not All Carbohydrates Are Created Equal

 Choosing the right carbohydrates and adjusting the amount of carbohydrates you eat is the best approach to controlling diabetes. Of the three macronutrients, carbohydrates are the ones that have the most immediate impact on blood sugar, so we need to be careful about how we consume them.

 Eating refined flour or white rice, for example, may contain the same amount of carbohydrates, but because they contain less fiber, they are absorbed more quickly, leading to an increase in postprandial blood glucose." For diabetics who need to control their blood sugar, the recommendation is whole grains," says Carla Duenas.

 Duenas is a dietitian with Baptist Health South Florida, a clinical care network with seven hospitals in the U.S. state of Florida. She stresses, "To achieve a healthy diet, whole grains should be included in the diet, along with high-quality protein, vegetables, and fruits."

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Replace white rice with brown rice

 Whole grains are grains that have not had their hulls, seed skins, embryos, or endosperm removed by processing such as milling.

 Many studies have shown that a diet rich in whole grains reduces the risk of diabetes, obesity, and heart disease more than a diet rich in refined grains.

 Familiar whole grains include foods such as bread, pasta, and oatmeal made from whole wheat grains, brown rice, sprouted brown rice, millet rice, and barley rice containing barley.

 Brown rice is a whole grain and rich in fiber. Although whole grains are not necessarily the best choice, replacing white rice with brown rice is recommended for people with diabetes or obesity," Duenas advises.

You get the fiber you tend to lack.

 Carbohydrates can be divided into simple carbohydrates, which raise blood glucose levels quickly, and complex carbohydrates, which raise them slowly. Simple carbohydrates are those found in sweets and fruits, while complex carbohydrates are those found in grains, potatoes, beans, and other foods.

 Complex carbohydrates take longer to be absorbed and raise blood glucose levels at a slower rate because they are broken down into simple carbohydrates before being digested and absorbed.

 Complex carbohydrates are "healthy carbohydrates. Whole grains such as unrefined flour and brown rice have properties similar to complex carbohydrates. They are rich in nutrients that are often lacking, such as fiber, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, which are lost during the refining process," Duenas points out.

Refined carbohydrates can also cause insomnia.

 Thirty percent of adults suffer from insomnia, and part of the cause may be dietary style. Refined carbohydrates may increase the risk of insomnia in women, according to a study.

 The study showed that postmenopausal women who eat junk foods and soft drinks, especially those high in carbohydrates, are more likely to develop insomnia.

 Conversely, women who consume more fiber-rich fruits and vegetables have a decreased risk of insomnia.

 The study was conducted by James Ganwish and colleagues from the Bagelos School of Medicine at Columbia University in the United States.

77,860 women were studied for three years.

 Insomnia is often treated with pharmacotherapy and cognitive behavioral therapy, both of which are costly to the patient and expensive. Improving one's diet is low-cost, easy to implement, and free of side effects," says Ganwish.

 The study is based on data from observational studies conducted by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Women's Health Initiative Study (WHI) to obtain information to prevent and treat health problems among women.

 The researchers examined the association between insomnia and 77,860 postmenopausal women who participated in the WHI. They surveyed them about their dietary habits and followed them for three years from 1997 to 2001.

 The participants were analyzed by dividing them into five groups according to GI level, an index that indicates the ease with which blood glucose levels rise after a meal.

 The results revealed a 16% higher risk of developing insomnia and an 11% higher prevalence in the group with higher dietary GI values. The study also found that the higher the intake of vegetables and fruits, the lower the risk of insomnia.

The study also found a lower risk of developing depression.

 The study found that "a spike in blood glucose levels after a meal stimulates the secretion of insulin, which lowers blood glucose, and may lead to a state of hyperinsulinemia. As a result, blood glucose levels drop and the secretion of hormones such as adrenaline and cortisol increases, which may disrupt sleep," explains Ganwish.

 The foods that trigger insomnia may be processed foods that contain high levels of isomerized sugar, which is composed of fructose and glucose. Such foods are not found in nature, but are mass-produced industrially and sold cheaply.

 Fruits also contain fructose, but they are also rich in fiber. Fruits have a low GI and are thought to be less likely to cause postprandial blood sugar elevation.

 A study of 69,954 women who participated in the WHI, published by Ganwish and colleagues in 2015, also showed that women who ate a high GI diet had a 22% higher risk of developing depression.

 Gunwish noted, "We need randomized clinical trials to determine the benefits of improving diet and increasing intake of whole grains and complex carbohydrates to prevent and treat insomnia and depression."

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The main issue...the bid price has been reaching ¥80/kWh every day since the beginning of the year.

I can finally get into what I really want to tell you.

The reason why new power companies have stopped accepting bids or have withdrawn from the business is because the days when this JEPX spot market price reaches 80 yen/kWh have been going on and on since the beginning of 2010.

The electricity market is a market. If there is a surplus of electricity, the bid price goes down, and if there is a shortage of electricity, the bid price goes up. The spot market is a blind single-price auction, which means that once a contract price is determined, all market prices are traded at that price. Even if Masuda-san bids 10 yen, if many people bid 20 yen, it will be 20 yen, and if many people bid 5 yen, it will be 5 yen.

And as I said before, if they fail to purchase, the power retailer has to pay the imbalance fee.

Then what happens? Many people think, "I'm going to buy it at the imbalance fee of 80 yen/kWh anyway, so I'll bid 80 yen for it. Here is the URL of Enexchange's website, which shows the spot market price in an easy-to-understand manner.


For March 31, it's in the 20 yen range. That's bright red. It is cheaper than the 80 yen I mentioned earlier.

How is that possible?

Imagine this. TEPCO's Standard S plan is 20~30 yen/kWh. You see, what we sell for 20-30 yen, we have to buy for more than 20 yen, or even 80 yen.

How much is the gross profit on something that sells for 25 yen? 8 yen, 5 yen, 3 yen? Let's assume that 90 out of every 100 jobs generate a gross profit of 5 yen, which is a profit of 450 yen. If 10 out of 100 sell at that price, the profit is 550 yen.

450 - 550 = -100.

This is the impact of a spot market price of 80 yen. Imagine if you had a customer base of tens of thousands of dollars, and you have to blow millions of dollars every day for a month. I think you can understand a little bit of the logic behind the suspension of acceptance and shutdown of business.

Of course, calculating the cost of procuring electricity is not this simple. I mean, I can't write about the inside story of procurement in my business because it would violate confidentiality. I wrote what I could find out just from the spot market, where the amounts are visualized by the general public. I didn't tell the whole story, if you think about it. Sorry. It's a title fraud.

Supplement... why is this happening?

To be honest, even as someone in the new power company, I am troubled by this situation. How did this happen? ......

In essence, I think "don't liberalize the infrastructure in the first place" is right. However, to put some position talk into it, I think that the various things that happened in the aftermath of Fukushima and the licking at the Kashiwazaki nuclear power plant were the result of being lenient because it was infrastructure, and I think there is some nuance to that.

However, I don't think that the designers of the system anticipated this level of instability in the power supply when the system was liberalized in April 2004. I was impressed when the supply-demand crunch warning came out. I was like, "This is it! That rumored !!!! Supply and demand crunch alert: !!!!!!!" I was so excited. There's no way there's going to be rolling blackouts! It's about to happen!

However, in the extreme, retailers are wholesalers, and while they are wholesalers, the products they sell are not all that different. How can you make a difference in a commodity like electricity? It is usually impossible. It's hard to add value to a product because it's all about price. Of course it's not impossible. There are plans, decarbonization, optional services, and so on. But there is no difference in the electricity itself. I think it's possible to point out that the reason why various new electric power companies flocked to the market was because hyenas gathered in the industry that was assured of a sweet deal in infrastructure ......, and that's true for a percentage of the population. I think all electric power companies are looking for ways to add value to electricity.

I hope this case will make the market healthier.

Incidentally, there is a new electric power company that is getting a tailwind from this current situation. Where is it? The answer is after the commercial!

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だがこれは正しくない。margarine plastic とでも検索してみれば英語圏でやはり同じような迷信が普及しているのはすぐにわかる。つまり訳の問題ではなく日本ローカルでもない。

一例としてファクトチェックサイト大手のSnopesは2003年記事で当時流行したチェーンメールButter vs. Margarine」の文面を掲載している(*2)。

Margarine is but one molecule from being PLASTIC(マーガリンプラスチック分子1つしか違わない)

Would you melt your Tupperware and spread that on your toast?(タッパーウェアを溶かしてトーストに塗りますか?)


実際にはこのネタの出どころは昔から判明しており(*3)(*4)、Fred Rohéというアメリカ自然食運動家80年代に書いた「The Great Margarine Experiment」なる文章がそれにあたる。






1 https://news.yahoo.co.jp/articles/f694fdbf2143684adebc45f6e7d5d602b5da2099

2 https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/the-butter-truth/

3 http://wakegiorino.blogspot.com/2012/03/blog-post.html

4 https://neko73.hatenadiary.org/entry/20110104/p1



隕石攻撃」の箇所に関する訳註です。https://anond.hatelabo.jp/20220316191220 でのご指摘に感謝します。

Igor Sushko氏による英文は以下のとおり。

https://twitter.com/igorsushko/status/1500301354358636546 / https://twitter.com/igorsushko/status/1500301355990204420 / https://twitter.com/igorsushko/status/1500301356988387328

For example – you are being asked to analyze various outcomes and consequences of a meteorite attack on Russia (MY COMMENTARY: Here he most likely means the West’s sanctions) –

So you research the mode of attack, and you are being told that it’s just a hypothetical and not to stress on the details, so you understand the report is only intended as a checkbox for some bureaucrat, and the conclusions of the analysis must be positive for Russia,

otherwise you basically get interrogated for not doing good work. So, you have to write that we have all necessary measures available to nullify the effects of a given type of attack. We are completely overworked.

一方、ロシア語の原文 https://www.facebook.com/vladimir.osechkin/posts/4811633942268327 の中で、これに相当する箇所はこちら。

И вот Вам пример: Вас просят (условно) рассчитать возможность правозащиты в разных условиях, включая атаку тюрем метеоритами. Вы уточняете про метеориты, Вам говорят - это так, перестраховка для расчетов, ничего такого не будет. Вы понимаете, что отчет будет только для галочки, но написать надо в победоносном стиле, чтобы не было вопросов, мол, почему у Вас столько проблем, неужели Вы плохо работали. В общем, пишется отчет, что при падении метеорита у нас есть все, чтобы устранить последствия, мы молодцы, все хорошо. И концентрируетесь на задачах, которые реальные - у нас ведь сил и так не хватает.


And here's an example for you: you are asked (conditionally) to calculate the possibility of human rights protection in different conditions, including the attack of prisons by meteorites. You specify about meteorites, they tell you - this is so, reinsurance for calculations, nothing like this will happen. You understand that the report will be just for show, but you need to write in a victorious style so that there are no questions, they say, why do you have so many problems, did you really work badly. In general, a report is being written that when a meteorite falls, we have everything to eliminate the consequences, we are great, everything is fine. And you concentrate on tasks that are real - we don’t have enough strength anyway.




Putin Assassination Attempt

In mother Russia, you don’t assassinate the President, the President assassinates you.

When Putin is late to school, his teachers apologize for being early.

Putin is the type of guy that reads the whole terms & agreements and clicks “I disagree”

When Putin was born, he named himself and congratulated his parents

When Putin late to school, his teacher apologized for being early.

When Putin's cell phone rings in the theater, they put the movie on pause.

When Putin's little toe hits a corner, the corner cries in pain

Putin didn't lose hair , the hair simply realised that they weren't worthy enough to be over his head.

When Putin showed up late, everyone apologized for being on time.

When Putin wants the lights on, he simply turns the dark off.

When Putin Reads a book, the book gains knowledge.

Fun fact: Putin once saved water from drowning

Putin is that type of guy who tells Gordon Ramsay he doesn't like his food

when he calls the wrong number, the person apologizes for being the wrong person

Putin Skipped 2 days of school, those days are now known as Saturday and Sunday

When Putin washes his hands, the water gets cleaner.

Putin is the type of guy who says \"I don't like it\" to the barber.






友達 "be careful out there"

増田 "何に"

友達 "North Korea is firing at you"

増田 "よくあることだし多分大丈夫だと思うよ"

友達 "I guess we're gonna be disabled from the global internet"

増田 "そうしたらもう本当に終わりだね。どこで知ったの?"

友達 "Underground news sources"

増田 "そうなんだ。プロキシとかtorとかも使えないの?"

友達 "tor is blocked. proxies are not working. at least, most of them.

but i'm prepared. i got tor, i got proxies. dunno if it will work."

増田 "そうなんだ"

友達 "Portuguese menu for Russian tourists: "We don't service the Russians. Go eat some stones. Bon appetit."


増田 "あー"

友達 "Russians are becoming the worldwide exiles"

増田 "レストランロシア人とそうでない人の見分けがつくんだろうか"

友達 "I can't even speak Russian in online games anymore.

they don't even care that I don't support the war"

増田 "ははは"

友達 " "Customers with Russian passport are not welcomed in our restaurant. We do understand that "normal" Russians are not responsible for criminal decisions of their government, but we have to do something already. By prohibiting the Russians to come in, we're making our contribution into the free Europe for our children." "


増田 "そう"

友達 "i'm disappointed in reddit"

増田 "何?"

友達 "i read a topic "stop shout abuse at russians"

they said "fuck you, we hated you russians before the war too" "

増田 "そう"

友達 "now i see the true face of the west.

I'm so disappointed...

I'm being witchhunted just because I'm Russian.

How does this differ from what Hitler did"

増田 "国同士なんて仲がいい方が珍しいしそんなもんだよ。今ごろ気がついたの?


友達 "USA talks about "peace in all the world" is a pack of fucking shit.

when they bomb the shit out Yugoslavia, it's legit, it's legal, it's OK, nobody hates americans.

when Russia is in war, every Russian should be burned"

増田 "アメリカは仕方ないね東京裁判も不当だったみたいだし"

友達 "i'm gonna stick to Asia. I'll learn Chinese and Japanese"(注:このstickをどう訳すべきかわからない)

友達 "I always made a distinction between government and people.

When USA and other countries do some shit, that's the government.

But when usual people say that they hate Russians...

I have to get out of Russia. In that manner, we're even worse than North Korea"

増田 "そういえば脱北者っていたね"

友達 "people who ran from NK are treated well. they're heroes.

but Russian people are not wanted anywhere"

増田 "そう"

友達 "there is information that there's gonna be a martial law in Russia. 5 or 6 of march"

増田 "本当?"

友達 "only rumors"

増田 "そうなんだ"

友達 "i'm against killing at all. hide.

友達 "I guess, we're repeating the history of Germany and Japan

増田 "そこそこ良いんじゃない?"

友達 "well, in Russian reality, it'll be worse"

増田 "知らん"

友達 "60% of our people is fucking stupid. they're lazy. they were taught that war is good. that nazis are everywhere around them. that stealing is good. they're corrupted. most of those people was born in USSR"

増田 "そう"

友達 "We have to be our own country, but free. Free of Putin and corruption and violence. Though I do not want to be Russian anymore.I love Russian culture but I hate the government"

増田 "そう"

友達 "people are saying that all Russians are guilty. fucking hypocrits. when USA bombed Yugoslavia, Iraq, Libya, Syria, and Hiroshima and Nagasaki, nobody seemed to mind.

when the West says: "We're tolerant, we're free, we're not racists", know that they lie"

増田 "そう"

友達 "the only nation that didn't say that all russians are guilty, was Japanese. I've heard that Japanese people think that only Putin is guilty. and not all Russians"

増田 "はいはい。というかそれ本当に言ってるの?"

友達 "I've asked a couple of my japanese friends"

増田 "this is.. probably very biased sample actually"(注:増田もたまに英語を使うことがある)

友達 "Well..."

増田 "私が知る限りそのredditトピック日本ネットでそこまで雰囲気変わらないと思う。ロシア食品店が襲われて壊されたらしいし"

友達 "then humankind is doomed"

増田 "ところで他の国の友達にもロシア人についてどう思ってるか聞いたの?"

友達 "they won't even speak to me, most of them"

増田 "あっ"

友達 "if they are affected by public opinion and ready to betray their friends, they're no longer my friends"

増田 "そう"

友達 "in Russia, we have a proverb "You can only find true friends in a trouble" "Друг познаётся в беде" "

増田 "日本語に似たようなことわざがあった気がしたけど今調べたら『昨日の友は今日の敵』しかなかった"

友達 "lol"


増田 "よかったね。……あ、ウクライナ人友達は話してくれるんだ"

友達 "we speak. ukrainian friends are still with me. just imagine. the victims of war are still friends with me. and this two-faced West fucks are not"

増田 "正直なところあんまり意外でもない"

友達 "those West fuck just love to write hate messages knowing that we can't do anything in return. that they are in comfort. they scream "NO TO WAR", and after that they go to a happy dinner with their families"

増田 "●●さんは本当に自分のことを西洋人とは思ってないんだな"

友達 "maybe i had some sparks of western in me. but now i fucking don't"

増田 "たいていの日本人にとって白人西洋。私も●●さんに会って話すまではそう思ってた"

友達 "well you know now that it's not"

増田 "うん"

増田 "制裁ロシア国民政府反旗を翻すことを目的に行われているらしい"(注:よく調べずに適当なことを言ったので間違ってるかも)

友達 "yes. but it's useless. people won't turn against government. they are zombified by propaganda"

増田 "デモ風景見たよ"

友達 "but there are not too much people. Russia is basically like Hitler's Germany now"

増田 "it's optimistic predict"

友達 "it's not optimistic at all. russians are being equated to fascists. they don't make the distinction. they say that we all are guilty

増田 "you have to hope you all aren't like german in Traité de Versailles"

友達 "well..."

友達 "in fact, if I say in Internet that I don't support war, I can go in jail for 15 years"

増田 "それにしてはあのredditロシア人普通にプーチン批判戦争反対を言ってたけど"

友達 "the law came after that post."

増田 "ええっ"

友達 "when they wrote it, it was OK. but now Putin does everything he can to stay in power. they're frantically making new laws. so they can stay in power for a little longer. what happens now is the blackest page in Russia's history. since Russia-Japan war"

増田 "日露戦争か"

友達 "USA always hated Russia. They are using every chance they get to destroy us. if instead of Russia it was Finland or China, attacking Ukraine, they wouldn't do shit about it. we several times tried to have friendly relationships with USA and each time they basically said "Fuck off, Russians". I didn't have any illusions about them before. but now I plainly fucking hate them. Japanese are the best"

増田 "また始まったよ"

増田 "具体的にアメリカは何をしてきたの?"

友達 "first time was during World War 2 lend-lease they helped us (注: チャットなので文章がところどころ適当になることがある)

we tried to be friends with them after, but they had secret plan to conquer USSR while it's weak. it was cancelled"

友達 "then Cold War, a lot of hating each other. next time we tried to be friends in 90s. "Bush's chicken legs", helping each other"

友達 "USA's bombing of Yugoslavia made us enemies again. since then, we were not friends"

増田 "どうしてそれがロシア関係あるの?"

友達 "when that happened, Russian premier Primakov was on the flight to USA. there was gonna be a deal that could help Russia greatly. when Primakov heard about Yugoslavia, he asked his pilot to turn around, back to Moscow, and cancelled that deal. in Russia, it's known as "Primakov's turn" "

増田 "なんでそれで帰るの?"

友達 "he didn't want to work with countries that act like that. it was a war crime"

増田 "プリマコフという人は今の日本ではあまり知られてませんよ。私も今初めて聞きました"

友達 "he's not well known in Russia too :D "

増田 "失脚させられたみたいだからね。こんな政治家について今のロシア報道されないのは自然だ"

友達 "he's still in government, if i remember correct"

増田 "……

エフゲニー・マクシモヴィチ・プリマコフロシア語: Евгений Максимович Примаков、ラテン文字転写の例:Evgenii Maksimovich Primakov、1929年10月29日 - 2015年6月26日」 "

友達 "ah"

増田 "やっぱりさ、西洋の人たちがロシア人全部を雑に罵倒してくるの仕方ないと思うんだよ"

友達 "meh. fuck them then. i'm not gonna contact them then"

増田 "charmという単語があるでしょう。likable appealという意味だよね"

友達 "you can say it that way, yes"

増田 "でもmagicという意味もある。超自然的で恐ろしくて強いものだ"

友達 "ok. and?"

増田 "日本語では魅力というけどこの"魅"は実は化け物のこと。


なんでアメリカ空爆ときロシア侵略とき世論全然違うのか? それはアメリカウクライナには魅力があるけどロシアやユーゴにはないからだよ。人間にはかわいくもかっこよくもない人々の命より好きな人ひとりのほうが大事なんだ"

友達 "for me, all people are the same. every life is equal. (注:ここでは彼は「生命尊い」とは言っていないが、普段の態度と前後文脈からそう思っているのが明らかなので勝手に足しておいた)

death of Yugoslavians person is as tragic as the death of American and other people"

増田 "●●さんはそうでもたいていの人はそうではないからね。だから仕方がないんだ。実のところ私も他人のこと言えないんだよ。だって私もシリア内戦とかクリミア侵略とか外国ニュースは気にしなかったのに、●●さんに出会たからってだけでウクライナ侵略ばかり気にしてるからその『西洋人たち』と同じなんだよ。だから、仕方がないと思う"

友達 "wakatta"





One thing that's being lost in all the talk of Russian logistical difficulties is the presence of and resistance of the Ukrainian army, both regular and reserve.

The narrative seems to have grown of late that the only reason the Russian forces aren't pushing forward faster and further is because of a lack of fuel for vehicles and food for its troops. This is exemplified by the discussion around "the column" north of Kyiv.

But that does a disservice in some respects to the thousands of Ukrainian troops fighting a bitter battle in front of the Russians. Yes, the supply problems are not helping Russia, but it's simply not the case that if they just had fuel they would be able to advance unhindered

There are many brigades holding the line around and inside Kyiv, providing a blocking force that is putting up a determined resistance to the Russian advances. This is not just scattered handfuls of SF and near partisan forces, this is several brigades of regular troops

Similarly, to the east of Kyiv there is something on the order of at least 8, and as many as 12-13 brigades, regular and reserve, holding a line that runs roughly to Kharkiv, down to the Donbas front, to Mariupol and back towards Zaporizhzhia.

That, arguably more so than logistic issues, is what has been holding the Russian tide back this long. Strung out their elements may be, but they're still providing a determined resistance across the majority of the front. The problem is for how long?

As much as they've been taking a toll on the Russians, they've been suffering casualties of their own, expending stocks of ammunition and losing critical equipment like tanks, artillery, and other armoured vehicles.

Even the Ukrainian defence ministry seems worried about the build up of Russian forces occuring in front of these positions and the fraility of their defensive line. Despite the stream of images of burning or captured Russian kit they've been advancing steadily this whole time

And while everyone focuses on Kyiv and the idea that the Russians are planning to storm the city block by block (which seems highly unlikely when they can just shell it to pieces from the outside), a lot of people have been missing the real danger in the east and south.

One area of interest is the Russian build up to the west of Kharkiv, which seems likely to result in a push towards Poltava and behind it, Kremenchuk, home to one of the few bridges across the Dnieper from there all the way south to Zaporizhzhia.

To the east of that, there is serious concern about a possible Russian thrust in the region around Izyum-Slovyansk-Severodonetsk, with the real risk of some Ukrainian forces being pocketed in the later

Equally as concerning, Russian forces have moved up to the area around Vasylivka-Orikhiv and are poised to move on Zaporizhzhia, which possesses the southern most bridge across the Dnieper available to the Ukrainians.

Not that this bridge doesn't need to be captured, nor even the city. The Russians merely have to get close enough to deny its use through artillery and direct fire as a supply route to their forces in the east.

This leaves the many brigades operating east of Kharkiv (possibly as many as 8) in a dire situation, where the only line of communication to the west of the Dnieper for all the brigades would be in the Dnipro/Kamianske region.

If they wait too late to try and make a break for the bridges, this will involve a running battle with the Russians across some pretty good tank country, with multiple Ukrainian brigades having to bunch together and cram themselves across four or five bridges in the region

To make matters worse, Mariupol is not expected to be able to hold for more than another four or five days, after which the forces surrounding it will be free to join the offensive north. In short, things are getting a bit dicey in the east.

They're not much better in the south, with Russian forces closing around Mykolaiv. The defenders are putting up a brave resistance, but inexorably being pushed back. Russian forces have already pushed on to the north and reached the area around Voznesens'k.

Here again they're facing fierce resistance as the Ukrainians fight to protect the next bridge across the Pivdennyi Buh river, but again the Russian advance keeps grinding on.

The latter course actually seems more likely as a force attacking Odesa more directly would be left miles from friendly forces and dependent on over the beach supply lines, whereas an attack just behind Mykolaiv would help support the assault there and be closer to friendlies

But then the Russians have not been averse to surprising us with some of their odd operational choices, so who knows, maybe they will go for the jewel that is Odesa and its port in one go?

And again, herein lies part of the problem with the Kyiv narrative, and the idea that victory will be defined by the capture or not of the capital. If Odesa falls and the Russians secure the entire southern coast line, that is a major problem for Ukraine and its economy

Obviously, I mean outside of the war itself, thinking ahead to the potential peace. If Russia maintains control of all these areas in a negotiation then they basically have Ukraine by the balls, so to speak. This in many ways is far more important than Kyiv

Thus I think we need to temper our expectations. The Ukrainians have done brilliantly, better than almost anyone expected, but we're gradually creeping towards the decisive moment and none of that has much to do with what's happening around the capital.

Slow Russian progress there is encouraging and that's helping to keep aid corridors open to the east, but I fear people are putting far too much emphasis on it just because it's the biggest city and the centre of government. Russia doesn't need to seize Kyiv to "win"

The fights in the south and east are far more important in the grand scheme of things, and unfortunately those seem to be the ones the Russians are winning, albeit it slowly. If the east in particular collapses, that frees up an enormous number of Russian men and equipment

Men and guns that can be shifted west and south, to Kyiv and/or Odesa as required. It's a grim outlook I'm afraid, but I wish the Ukrainian defenders the very best of luck. It's possible they can still carry the day, but it looks like it might take some kind of miracle 😞 /end


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But right now your largest ones, Amazon and Walmart, are not mandating it for their line staff. If they were to make that call, my guess is that lots of other companies would follow suit.


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The Advance of Russia and the New World

A new world is being born before our eyes.

Russia's military operation in Ukraine has opened a new era - and in three dimensions at once.

And, of course, in the fourth, internal Russian dimension.

Here begins a new period both in ideology and in the very model of our socio-economic system - but we should talk about this separately a little later.

Russia is restoring its unity - the tragedy of 1991, this terrible catastrophe of our history, its unnatural dislocation, has been overcome.

Yes, at great cost, yes, through the tragic events of the actual civil war, because now there are still brothers shooting at each other, separated by belonging to the Russian and Ukrainian armies - but Ukraine as the anti-Russia will no longer exist.

Russia is restoring its historical wholeness by gathering the Russian world, the Russian people together - in its totality of Great Russians, Belarusians and Little Russians.

If we refused to do this, if we allowed the temporary division to take hold for centuries, we would not only betray the memory of our ancestors, but we would be damned by our descendants - for allowing the collapse of the Russian land.

Vladimir Putin took upon himself - without a bit of exaggeration - a historical responsibility, deciding not to leave the resolution of the Ukrainian question to future generations.

After all, the need to resolve it would always remain a major problem for Russia - for two key reasons.

And the issue of national security, that is, the creation of Ukraine as an anti-Russia and an outpost for Western pressure on us, is only the second in importance among them.

The first would always remain a complex of divided people, a complex of national humiliation - when the Russian house first lost part of its foundation (Kiev), and then was forced to accept the existence of two states no longer one, but two peoples.

That is, either to abandon its history, agreeing with the crazy versions that "only Ukraine is the real Russia," or to gnash their teeth helplessly, remembering the times when "we lost Ukraine.

Bringing Ukraine back, that is, turning it back to Russia, would be more and more difficult with each passing decade - the recoding, derussification of Russians, and the setting against Russian Little Russians-Ukrainians would gain momentum.

And if full geopolitical and military control of the West over Ukraine were consolidated, its return to Russia would become impossible at all - it would have to fight the Atlantic bloc for it.

Now this problem is gone - Ukraine has returned to Russia.

This does not mean that its statehood will be liquidated, but it will be restructured, re-established and returned to its natural state as part of the Russian world.

In what borders, in what form will the union with Russia be fixed (through the CSTO and the Eurasian Union or the Union State of Russia and Belarus)? This will be decided after the end of the history of Ukraine as anti-Russia.

In any case, the period of the split of the Russian people is coming to an end.

And here begins the second dimension of the coming new era - it concerns Russia's relations with the West.

Not even Russia, but the Russian world, that is, the three states, Russia, Belarus and Ukraine, acting geopolitically as one.

These relations have entered a new stage - the West sees Russia's return to its historical borders in Europe.

And it loudly resents it, although deep in its heart it must admit that it could not be otherwise.

Did anyone in the old European capitals, Paris and Berlin, seriously believe that Moscow would give up Kiev? That Russians would forever be a divided people? And at the same time that Europe is uniting, when German and French elites are trying to seize control of European integration from the Anglo-Saxons and assemble a united Europe? Forgetting that the unification of Europe was only possible thanks to the unification of Germany, which happened by Russian good (albeit not very clever) will.

To take a swing at the Russian land after that is the top of ingratitude, but of geopolitical stupidity.

The West as a whole, and even more so Europe separately, did not have the strength to keep in its sphere of influence, let alone to take Ukraine.

Not to understand this, one had to be just geopolitical fools.

More precisely, there was only one option: to bet on the further collapse of Russia, that is, the Russian Federation.

But the fact that it did not work should have been clear twenty years ago.

And fifteen years ago, after Putin's Munich speech, even the deaf could hear that Russia was coming back.

Now the West is trying to punish Russia for coming back, for not justifying its plans to profit at its expense, for not allowing the expansion of the Western space to the east.

In seeking to punish us, the West thinks that relations with it are of vital importance to us.

But that's not true anymore - the world has changed, and not just the Europeans, but the Anglo-Saxons who run the West, understand this very well.

No Western pressure on Russia will get us anywhere.

Both sides will suffer losses, but Russia is ready for them morally and geopolitically.

But for the West itself, an increase in the degree of confrontation has enormous costs - and the main ones are not economic at all.

Europe, as part of the West, wanted autonomy - the German project of European integration does not make strategic sense while maintaining Anglo-Saxon ideological, military and geopolitical control over the Old World.

And it cannot succeed, because the Anglo-Saxons need a controlled Europe.

But Europe also needs autonomy for another reason - in case the United States moves to self-isolation (as a result of growing internal conflicts and contradictions) or concentrates on the Pacific region, where the geopolitical center of gravity is shifting.

But the confrontation with Russia, into which the Anglo-Saxons are dragging Europe, deprives Europeans of even a chance for autonomy - not to mention the fact that in the same way they are trying to impose on Europe a break with China.

While the Atlanticists are now happy that the "Russian threat" will unite the Western bloc, those in Berlin and Paris cannot but understand that, having lost hope of autonomy, the European project will simply collapse in the medium term.

That is why independent-minded Europeans are now completely uninterested in building a new iron curtain on their eastern borders - realizing that it will turn into a corral for Europe.

Whose century (half a millennium to be exact) of global leadership is in any case over - but various options for its future are still possible.

Because the construction of a new world order - and this is the third dimension of current events - is accelerating, and its contours are becoming clearer through the sprawling cover of Anglo-Saxon globalization.

The multipolar world has finally become a reality - the operation in Ukraine is unable to rally anyone but the West against Russia.

Because the rest of the world can see and understand perfectly well - this is a conflict between Russia and the West, this is a response to the geopolitical expansion of the Atlanticists, this is Russia's return of its historical space and its place in the world.

China and India, Latin America and Africa, the Islamic world and Southeast Asia - no one believes that the West rules the world order, much less sets the rules of the game.

Russia has not just challenged the West - it has shown that the era of Western global dominance can be considered fully and finally over.

The new world will be built by all civilizations and centers of power, of course, together with the West (united or not) - but not on its terms and not by its rules.


Why do Japanese people laugh when I'm talking about something serious?

It's one of the things I'm not used to in Japan, but I can't get used to being laughed at for something I said in earnest.

For example, when I tell them about the ALS patient I met in the U.S. who is living with a feeding tube in his stomach, or about my contact with people in juvenile detention centers, or about the fact that I saw them go through a lot of painful things like rape and abuse before they became monsters, I get a strange laugh.

I'm always annoyed by their incomprehensible reactions like "Ah... hahahaha...".

I get the same reaction when I talk about something serious about my family or my health (I'm speaking in Japanese, so it doesn't mean they don't understand what I'm saying).

Totally... what is this laughter?




Has the Beneficiary/Applicant ever withheld custody of a U.S. citizen child outside the United States from a person granted legal custody by a U.S. court, voted in the United States in violation of any law or regulation or renounced U.S. citizenship for the purpose of avoiding taxation?


Is the Beneficiary/Applicant now or has he/she ever been a member of, or in any way connected or associated with the Communist Party, or ever knowingly aided or supported the communist party directly, or indirectly through another organization, group or person, or ever advocated, taught, believed in, or knowingly supported or furthered the interests of communism?


Did Beneficiary/Applicant, between March 23, 1933 and May 8, 1945, in association with either the Nazi Government of Germany, either order, incite, assist or otherwise participate in the persecution of any person because of race, religion, national origin or political opinion?


Has the Beneficiary/Applicant ever left the United States to avoid being drafted into the U.S. Armed Forces?


Does the Beneficiary/Applicant plan to practice polygamy in the U.S.?


Has the Beneficiary/Applicant within the past ten years been a prostitute or procured anyone for prostitution, or intend to engage in such activities in the future?


Has the Beneficiary/Applicant ever knowingly encouraged, induced, assisted, abetted or aided any alien to try to enter the U.S. illegally?


Has the Beneficiary/Applicant ever illicitly trafficked in any controlled substance, or knowingly assisted, abetted or colluded in the illicit trafficking of any controlled substance?


Has Beneficiary/Applicant ever engaged in any unlawful commercialized vice, including, but not limited to, illegal gambling?


Does the Beneficiary/Applicant intend to engage in espionage in the U.S.?









というか、なんかもうめんどくせーな 人生やめてえんだわ

















I hate my life, I hate being

存在するのが嫌だ 嫌いだ










= 日本語文ここから =










= 日本語文ここまで =

= 英訳ここから =

 Ryuichi Yoneyama is a Japanese politician and a former Governor of Niigata Prefecture. At this time, Yoneyama is a Member of the House of Representatives.

 In recent days, Yoneyama continues claiming "Some particular Japanese pop cultures, such as Manga/Anime, are not suitable for public space in Japan."

 Furthermore, Yoneyama also continues claiming "We'd better push these Manga/Anime Fandom people into any specific areas."

 On the other hand, Japanese Fandom people and creators of Manga/Anime criticize Yoneyama. They say "Does Yoneyama think that Manga/Anime is 'Degenerate Art/Entartete Kunst'? Does Yoneyama want to push Manga/Anime Fandom into 'Ghetto'?" Because Yoneyama's claim reminds them of the memory that Nazi government forbade many germany artists producing/exhibiting their own arts and that Nazi did it with saying "sound mind".

 Therefore, on 2021/11/20, to Fandom of Manga/Anime, Yoneyama posted a tweet like below.

 "With making up a fake discrimination, are you assuming yourself to be a member of Jewish people who are persecuted?"

 As a result, it seems that Fandom and Creators of Manga/Anime are right.

 Yoneyama's tweet suggests that Yoneyama is probably a historical revisionist. Yoneyama's tweet obviously associates "making a fake discrimination" with "being Jewish people". If Yoneyama didn't think that Shoah(it is generally called Holocaust) is a fake discrimination, he never associates "making up a fake discrimination" with "being Jewish people."

 We'd better watch Yoneyama's behavior carefully.

= 英訳ここまで =





Santiago MotorizadoさんのAmor en el cine これはマジでいい









なので、Amor en el cineを「映画館での愛」なんて言っちゃうやつはセンスがないですね 誰だ?そんなこと言ったの 俺だった



ああー違うな もう、一行目から難しい!

Ey nena,一番好きなスペイン語ひとつかもしれない つってもまあ要はHey, babyなのですが…

俺はサンティアゴモトリサードさんが優しい声で言うEy nenaしか知らないから、そのイメージがすごく強いんだよな


エイネーナは違う こう、もうちょいなんと言うか、文学的な感じがするんですよね

でもこれは完全に偏見なんだよな 多分普通にヘイベイビーではあるんだと思う



やあ、ヘイ、よう、なあ、ねえ 多分この辺全部いけちゃうんだよな、Ey



でも「なあ」はちょっとぶっきらぼうすぎて解釈違いですっ ここは「ねえ」にしとこう 「エイ」だとお祭りみたいだもんな

そんでネーナだよなあ ネーナとかベイビーとかダーリンとか、なんならyouですら訳出が難しい


彼女映画に誘うとしたら「ね、映画行かない?」くらいになりそう 二人称は入んねえ あっでもこれ「ね」入ってんな! やっぱ「ねえ」だな

ネーナ…なんだろうなあ 「君」ってわりと距離感あるもんな いっそ「ねえ」だけでいいのかもしれないけど、nenaって単語を落とすのは悲しい

いや、でも自然日本語って意味では落とさざるを得ないわね 落としましょう!






つかこの曲すげえey nena出てくるな oh nena もある どうしろってんだ









"Oh baby, in the darkness of the theatre,"

"I will tell you how I love being in the theatre"

"But also there is space for you in my heart "

"But baby, I'm in love with all"


estoy enamorado de todoニュアンスってもしかするとスペイン語しか存在しないのかもしれない















薄暗いしな 廊下ですらやや薄暗いイメージある

ああ映画館行きたいな 俺は馬鹿なのでダイハードとかしかたことないが、もうちょっとこう、それこそアルゼンチンあたりの文学性ある映画を見たい気もする

いやでもそういう、文学性とか気にしてんのがダサいって話だよな 見たい映画を見るべきですよ

なんの話だっけ なんの話かというと、いい曲ってあるよねという話



そういうことってあるよね あって欲しい


いや待てよ El gomoso これもメチャクチャいいな 



この曲はいい メロディがすげえ好きだ


あっ、つかこの曲もey nenaから始まってんな やっぱey nenaなんですよ

でもこの曲のey nenaはわりとヘイベイビーって感じだな 呼びかけって感じはしない 




サビを短めにやってからAメロかに入る構成好きなんだよな 紅蓮花とかもそうだよな

ゴモッソなんなのかイマイチわかんなくて、まあ、粘着男くらいかなあ…… ゴム質、粘着質のほかにチャラチャラ系ナヨナヨ男みたいな意味もあるっぽいが、この歌はナヨナヨ度関係なさそう


このフレーズいかにもAメロっぽい始まり方がいい estaのeが伸びるのがすげえ好き

noche tristeは直訳で悲しい夜なんだけど、これは結構難しい

悲しいっていうと行き過ぎな気もするんだけど、実際わからない 何もわからない

で、君のことを考えるって2回言うのがかなりいい しかも俺の大好きなvosが出てくる サイコー




片想いの段階だとすげえあるんだよなその感情 相手自分のことを思って自分と同じくらい狂っていてほしいという感情 それはあります


君が僕のことで悲しくなってたら、それは"正しい"だろうな、と うーん…イイ





サビを挟んで2番 このサビの明るさがいい



で、2番ですよ 2番が一番好きかも








ここでシャツを指すremeraなる単語、完全にアルゼンチン語で笑ってしまった スペイン語だとcamisetaとかで、マジでカケラも似てねえ!












いやでも、「みたい」なんてつかないもんな 非常にmágicaだったわけですよ もう、そういうことですよ

歌い方もうっとりしたような感じで、なんと3回繰り返す もう泣いちゃうよ俺は





mágico概念の良さが反転して悲しさに変わる それが本当に良い


僕は君のゴモッソ!とヤケクソみたいに言って終わる 潔い

このnenaってどういう感情なんだ マジでわからん










They have angered a being beyond their country.

They will not be saved.







Frank Luntz@FrankLuntz 返信先:@MLiamMcCollumさん

Deleting an account for violating TOS is totally comparable to executing political dissenters.



Taufiq Marhaban@TaufiqMarhaban 返信先:@MLiamMcCollumさん

Awww, That really hurts.

We are being lectured on FOS by the Taliban.

We have to be better than them.






CNN: https://edition.cnn.com/2021/08/06/asia/tokyo-train-stabbing-intl/index.html

"Violent crime is rare in Japan but there has been a spate of violent knife attacks by assailants unknown to the victims.

In June 2008, a man in a light truck drove into a crowd in the popular Akihabara district and then jumped out of the vehicle and started stabbing pedestrians, leaving seven dead."

BBC: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-58125414

"Despite Japan being one of the safest countries in the world, there have been a number of knife attacks in recent years.

In 2019, a man attacked a group of schoolchildren waiting for a bus in Kawasaki. Two people were killed and at least 18 were injured."








A creative member of the Tokyo Olympics opening ceremony music was found to have been a fierce bullying assailant in the past.

Keigo Oyamada (born 1969) became a creative member of the Tokyo Olympics opening ceremony music.

In an interview with a music magazine in the 1990s, He talked about being a perpetrator of bullying as if it were a funny thing.

Interview in the January 1994 issue of the music magazine "Rockin' On Japan 20,000-word interview with Keigo Oyamada"

"Also, the bullying was really bad at my school."

 But you said you were the bully.

"Yeah. I bullied him. When I think about it now, it was really awful. I'd like to take this opportunity to apologize (laughs) because I've been bullying him pretty hard."

 Did you do something that bad?

"Yes. Yes, it's against the rules of humanity. I would strip them completely naked, wrap a string around them, and make them masturbate. They feed you shit. And backdropping him after he ate shit."

The school he attended was a combination of primary, secondary, high school and university.

The school offers "joint education" where normal children and disabled children are placed in the same class.

A writer who read this interview planned a dialogue between the "bully" and the "bullied", but it did not happen.

It became a personal interview with Keigo Oyamada.

There was a guy named Sawada. He was a very epoch-making guy, and he came to the school when I was in the second grade. It was a shock to the whole school (laughs). When he moved to a new school and introduced himself, he would suddenly say (in a tone that sounded like he had a speech impediment), "I'm Sawada. It's like, "Wow, that's great! Then, on the first day at the new school, I took a dump. It's a felony for elementary school students to take a dump at school, isn't it?

There was a cardboard box or something like that, and I put Sawada in it, tied it all up with duct tape, made air holes in it (laughs), and said, "Hey, Sawada, are you okay? (laughs) Then, with a chalkboard eraser or something, I slapped it around and said, "Poison gas attack! (laughs) Then, I took a blackboard eraser and said, "Poison gas attack! ...? He said something really interesting. I don't know what it was, but he said something like "Mommy" or something like that (laughs), and everyone burst out laughing.

When it comes to his jersey, everyone takes it off, but it's nothing for him to take his dick out, so he just walks around with it out. But he's got a big dick, and it's been that way since elementary school, but in high school it got even bigger (laughs). (laughs) The girls would react to it, so we would take it off on purpose and have him walk down the hallway.




Every single procedure has been convoluted, done through a website that was designed on Office 365 and god, WHY do they insist on every piece of information being sent through an excel sheet? None of their new fancy apps work so all of our info was ultimately sent through e-mail.

Speaking of email, 99% of my emails have gone unanswered. I am supposed to be the liaison between my organization and the organizing committee, but that’s REALLY hard when they won’t give me the time of day. When they DO answer emails, they can't answer basic questions.


NEJM ”オリンピック参加者をCOVID19から守る―早急に必要管理アプローチ



”Moreover, some athletes may choose not to be vaccinated because of worries about the effects of vaccination on their performance or ethical concerns about being prioritized ahead of health care workers and vulnerable people. ”





一時期「 けいおん 」や「 らきすた 」とかの短いタイトル流行ったみたいに、









Frozen    アナと雪の女王

UP     カールじいさんの空飛ぶ家

Get Out



The Assassin









The Division









Gone Home

Cup head

Her Story



The Walking Dead



Hollow Knight



Despicable Me怪盗グルーの月泥棒
Being John Malkovichマルコヴィッチの穴
Robot & Frank素敵な相棒 フランクじいさんとロボットヘルパー
Jersey Girl世界で一番パパが好き!
The Butler大統領の執事の涙
Army of Darknessキャプテン・スーパーマーケット
Evil Dead II死霊のはらわたII
Final Destination 3ファイナル・デッドコースター
The Bucket List最高の人生の見つけ方
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragonグリーン・デスティニー
The Shawshank Redemptionショーシャンクの空に
Groundhog Day恋はデジャ・ブ




Beside youとか

Always with you

Ready Goみたいな感じとか


Highway to Hell

The Seventh Sign











仮釈放無しの終身刑を言い渡されることもあれば(例:2014年6月ジョージア州 ジャスティン・ロス・ハリス https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murder_of_Cooper_Harris



said they were not aware they had left their babies in hot cars. In 43 percent of those cases, no charges were filed. In 32 percent of the cases, the caregiver was charged and convicted. And in 11 percent of the cases, the person was charged with a crime, but the judge or jury did not convict. The other 14 percent accounts for cases that are still open or the status is unknown.


[New York Times] He Left His Twins in a Hot Car and They Died. Accident or Crime?






犯罪として規定していない州でもホットカー法(hot car laws)があるし





Is it illegal to leave a child in the car?



An Avoidable Tragedy: Dogs in Hot Cars




日本よりも、人口底辺も多く、国土も広いけど、見えている子ども に関しては未然に防がれている印象



“The parents need to be drug tested asap.”


“The type of parents that are this mindless would have to be drunk or high on drugs not to realize their child is in the vehicle. Or, they are trying to murder their child and avoid prison by claiming it was an accident.”


[WKMG News 6&ClickOrlando] Newborn dies after being left in hot car in Florida













フロリダについては何度か書いてるな パッとおもい出せるのはこれ







[Florida Citizens for Science] New Florida Board of Education Chair: “I won’t support any evolution being taught as fact at all in any of our schools.”





NEJM ”オリンピック参加者をCOVID19から守る―早急に必要管理アプローチ



”Moreover, some athletes may choose not to be vaccinated because of worries about the effects of vaccination on their performance or ethical concerns about being prioritized ahead of health care workers and vulnerable people. ”


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