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2023-09-26

万物黎明』は人類歴史を誤解している・続きの続きの続きの続き

国家に反対すること

フラナリーやマーカス、スコットらに倣えば、最近まですべての階級社会における中心的な政治闘争は、誰が土地を耕し、誰が食料を手に入れるかをめぐるものだった。グレーバーとウェングローの見方は異なる。彼らにとって中心的な問題権力であり、中心的な敵は国家である。そのため、彼らはいくつかの点で階級無視している。これは彼らがアナーキストからではない。ほとんどのアナーキストは、常に階級権力を同時に重視することができる。

しかし、『万物黎明』における省略は重要である。グレーバーとウェングローは、合意的で参加型の集会を支持する議論推し進めようと躍起になっているように見えるが、そのために私たちに一連の謎を残している。4つの簡単な例を挙げれば、その問題がよくわかるだろう。

著者たちは、都市における国家に先行することが多い、村落における階級格差の拡大には関心がなく、その文献を否定している。また、小王国領主爵位にも興味がない。中央集権的な大国家が存在しなければそれでいいのだ。私たちは、複雑な採集民に関する彼らの説明の中に、このような紆余曲折をいくつか見てきた。このようなことは、他の多くの例にも現れている。

インダス

インダス川沿いの古代都市モヘンジョ=ダロでは、約4万人が階級的不平等国家もなく暮らしていた。

そして彼らは、ヒンドゥトヴァ派の歴史家たちと同様に、モヘンジョ=ダロは実際に南アジアカーストに沿って組織されていたと示唆する。しかし、グレーバーとウェングローは、これは平等主義的なカーストであったと言う。最初は驚かされるが、彼らが言いたいのは、王のいないカーストの不平等容認できるということである[11]。

ナチェス

彼らは一貫して伝統的な王権の力を最小限に抑えている。ミシシッピ川流域のナチェズ王国がその好例である。グレーバーとウェングローは、太陽王権力凶悪な残虐性は彼の村の外には及ばなかったと言う。しかし実際には、ナチェズは白人プランター奉仕する奴隷貿易における主要な地域勢力であった[12]。

人間犠牲

グレーバーとウェングローは、残酷人身御供祭り世界中の初期の州で見られるという重要事実を正しく強調している。数十人から数百人が生け贄にされ、その多くは戦争捕虜若い女性、貧しい人々であった。

彼らは当然憤慨している。しかし、これらの生け贄の目的は、敵である他国の人々を恐怖に陥れることであったとも感じている。それとは対照的に、私たちは、流血の主な目的は、流血の実際の聴衆である残酷地方国家臣民を恐怖に陥れることだったと考えている。

実際、このような残酷さが、それぞれの国家の初期の歴史に特徴的なのはそのためだろう。国家正当性がまだ弱く、恐怖が最も必要とされていた時代である国家権力が強化されるにつれて、戦乱や敵対は続くものの、壮大な犠牲が消えていくのもそのためだろう。

集会

集会のもの重要最後の例である。グレーバーとウェングローは、古代メソポタミア王国国家における都市集会の力を極めて正しく指摘している。彼らは、これは王がすべての権力を持っていたわけではないという証拠だと言う。これは正しい。これらの王国階級闘争が止まっていたと考えるのは、よほどナイーブでなければならないだろう。

しかし、グレイバーとウェングローは飛躍する。彼らは、これらの都市議会は、参加型民主主義を掲げる「占拠せよ!」やその他の社会正義運動集会に似ていると指摘する。

古代メソポタミアでは、参加型民主主義いかなる形態についても、これといった証拠はない。しかし、他の階級社会における都市全体や全国的議会については、膨大な証拠がある。そのどれもが、富裕層や有力な一族によって支配されていた。古代スパルタでは地主支配していた。ローマ元老院も同様だった。ジョン王や男爵家もそうだった。そしてごく最近まで、ヨーロッパのすべての議会有権者富裕層に限られていた。

この近視眼は重要である。他の多くの人々と同様、私たち王国国家を、不平等社会における支配階級ルールを強化し、強制するために集まる方法として理解している。『万物黎明』では、そのプロセスは目に見えない。

* *

グレーバーとウェングローは怒っている。この怒りには、私たちのようにグローバルな不平等絶望し、グローバル・エリート政治を憎み、気候の混乱を恐れる読者を喜ばせるエネルギーがある。

多くの点で、彼らの本は新鮮な風を吹き込んでくれる。そして私たちは、既存のすべての国家に対する敵意を共有している。しかし、今後、気候変動を食い止めるためには、階級環境の中心的重要性を含む人間の条件に関する理解必要である

脚注

[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.

2023-08-22

We moved into a vacant house in the Japanese countryside (and only pay $300/year for rent)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m_Jzd_1c5cA

最近日本空き家に安く住む方法指南してる外国人youtuberをよく見る

なんか昔のシンガポールとかインドネシアみたいな立ち位置になってきてないか日本

2023-08-20

anond:20230820150625

トラバも読めないメクラかな

今日現場外国人only撮影🙆‍♀️だったよー。

日本人ダメ🙅‍♀️ってスタッフから説明されました。

なので私は撮ってないです. ̫.)"

午後4:01 · 2023年8月19日

https://twitter.com/TsuKiUSaAiRi/status/1692793816632418644

2023-08-17

絵師は絵を描くだけ

AIだと言われようが

下手と言われようが

いらないと言われようが

絵師今日萌えを描くだけ

絵師今日もシコれる絵を描くだけ

絵師今日自分性癖を描くだけ

我々はそれで悶えるだけ

我々はそれでシコるだけ

我々はそれで拡散するだけ

我々はそれを保存するだけ

ただ、それだけ

Only

2023-08-11

Susukino decapitation case, she cried, "I wanted to kill him, too."

ススキノ首切り事件、「自分も殺したかった」って泣く彼女
Susukino decapitation case, she cried, "I wanted to kill him, too."

https://anond.hatelabo.jp/20230808132541

 

ススキノ首切り事件女性の方が最初レイプされておまけに動画まで撮られてたって報道がでている。

In the Susukino decapitation case, it is reported that the woman was raped first and was even videotaped.

 

自分には同棲している彼女がいるんだけれど、その報道見た時に、彼女ボロボロ泣き出した。

I have a live-in girlfriend, and when she saw the news report, she burst into tears.

 

どうしたのって聞いても泣くばかりだったんだけれど、少しずつ話してくれて、「自分も殺したかった自分も殺したかった」って言うんだよ。

When I asked her what was wrong, she just cried, but little by little she started talking to me and said, "I wanted to kill him and I wanted to kill myself."

 

彼女も俺と付き合う前、性暴行被害者になってしまっていたことを話してくれた。

She also told me that she had been a victim of sexual assault before she started dating me.

 

もちろん警察に行ったけれど、何回も警察相手再現させられてそれでも犯人は捕まえられず、おまけに逮捕したとしても、起訴するまでの被害者負担の大きさや刑事罰の軽さ(たった数年)伝えられてただただ絶望だけして帰ってきたって。

Of course, she went to the police, but after being made to reenact the crime several times by the police officers, she was still unable to catch the perpetrator, and even if she was arrested, she came home only in despair after being told of the burden on the victim to prosecute and the light criminal penalty (only a few years).

 

ずっと負けてたまるかと、仕事も辞めず俺とも出会って付き合ってみたけれど、ずっと辛いままで絶望は消えなくて、でも俺にも事件のことは言えなかった。

She thought she couldn't keep losing, so she didn't quit her job and tried to meet and date me, but it remained painful and the despair didn't go away, but she couldn't tell me about the incident either.

 

それはやっぱり言ってもどうしようもないし、言うことで自分が救われるとも思えなかったからそうだし、俺に汚れてると思われて嫌われるのもずっと怖かったらしい。

To her, there was nothing she could do about it, and she didn't think that she would be saved by saying it, and it seemed that she was always afraid of being hated by me because she thought I was dirty.

 

でもレイプした相手家族総出で殺したススキノ事件見て、自分もずっと相手を殺したかったって気持ちに気が付いたら、色々耐えきれなくて言葉に出してしまったらしい。

But when she saw the Susukino decapitation case which the whole family killed the rapist, she realized that she wanted to kill him all along, too, and it seems she couldn't stand it any more and ended up speaking out.

 

もちろんそれを行動に移すことはできないけれど、殺したかったって言葉に出来たことに、ありがとうって言うんだよ…。

Of course she can't put it into action, but she says thank you for being able to say she wanted to kill him.

 

俺は、この事件猟奇的な部分だけ見て、怖いなー、位にしか思ってなかったが、レイプ含め性犯罪って被害者を心の底から狂わせてしまうのかもしれないって彼女のおかげで気が付くことができた。

When I saw only the bizarre part of this incident, I thought nothing more than "scary", she made me realize that sexual crimes including rape might drive the victim insane to the core.

 

いや、正直に言うと、性犯罪被害者に対してもたらす凶悪さを知らなかった自分自身に、今実はめちゃくちゃ嫌悪感を感じてる。

No, to be honest, I actually hate myself for not knowing the atrocities that sex crimes bring to their victims.

 

だってさ、普通の男が目にするエロコンテンツに、性犯罪ものって普通に多いし。自分だって痴漢もの盗撮で抜いたこともある。罪悪感なんてほとんど感じたこともなかった。

Because, you know, there are many sexual crimes in the erotic contents that ordinary men see.

I have masturbated to molestation and voyeurism myself.

I have never felt guilty about it.

 

自分普通の男だと思ってたけれど、エロ暴力?加害欲?支配欲?がごちゃ混ぜになって、もしかしたら取り返しのつかないとこまで来てるんじゃないかって怖くなった。

I thought I was a normal guy, but Eroticism and Violence? Aggression? A desire to dominate? I was afraid that I might have reached a point where I could not take it back.

 

人の一生ぶち壊すような行為で抜いてたなんて、自分過去オナニーネタ思い出すと吐き気がするようになったし、頭が割れそうに痛くなる。

I began to feel nauseous and my head hurt like it was going to crack when I remembered my past masturbatory material, that I was masturbating in an act that would ruin a person's life.

 

彼女は、まだたまに夜になると子供みたいにワーワー泣いてる。殺したかったって言葉を言うと安心するみたいで、そのあと寝てる。たまに、死にたかったって呟くこともある。

She still cries like a child sometimes at night.

She seems to be relieved when I say the words "I wanted to kill him," and then she goes to sleep.

Sometimes she mumbles that she wanted to die.

 

俺は、まだ自分のことも彼女のこともどうすることもできていない。

I still haven't figured out what to do about myself or about her.

 

これからもずっと一緒にいたいけれど、自分自分に抱く自己嫌悪の向き合い方はまだどうしたらいいかからない。

I want to be with her for the rest of my life, but I still don't know how to deal with the self-loathing I have for myself.

 

でも自分のことをいくら憎んだって自分性犯罪を行う側の性別にいるんだってことは変わらない、けど性犯罪にあう女性を減らしていきたいという気持ちはある。

No matter how much I hate myself, the fact that I belong to the gender that perpetrates sexual crimes remains unchanged. However, I do have a desire to reduce the number of women who become victims of sexual crimes.

 

彼女にどうしてかわからないけれど、ごめんって謝りながら、俺に出来ることは無いか聞いたら

I don't know why, but I apologized and asked her if there was anything I could do.

 

「今まで一人で性犯罪防止の活動賛同してたけれど、もしよければ一緒に読んで、出来ることを一緒にしたい」って。

She said, "I've always supported activities for preventing sexual crimes on my own, but if you're willing, I'd like us to read together and do what we can together."

 

Change.orgってサイト不同意性交罪の法律作ることへの署名をするとか、今まで一人でしていたらしい。(俺はこの法律自体のことも知らなかった)

She seems to have been signing petitions on Change.org to create laws against non-consensual intercourse, something she had been doing on her own until now. (I wasn't even aware of this law itself.)

 

俺もこれから一緒に署名したりするよって伝えた。

I told her that I would also start signing petitions together from now on.

 

あと、ポルノサイトからクレジット会社銀行撤退するよう働きかける海外の動きが、日本に来るようにっていうのが願いらしい。

Also, she seems to have a wish that the overseas movement to encourage credit card companies and banks to withdraw from pornography sites would come to Japan.

 

VISAがpornhubから手を引いたんだよって教えてくれた。

She informed me that VISA has pulled out from Pornhub.

 

彼女過去に撮られたかもしれない動画ネットに載っているんじゃないかって考えるたびに、撮る暴力、売る暴力、売る場所を作る暴力、買って楽しむ暴力、全部が怖くて憎くてたまらなくなった。

Every time I think that there might be videos of her from the past out there on the internet, the violence of filming, the violence of selling, the violence of creating platforms for selling, the violence of buying and enjoying – it all becomes so frightening, loathsome, and unbearable.

 

でもそういう場所で抜いてた自分もいる訳で。あーまた吐きそう。でも吐くだけで済む自分はなんて楽なんだろうな。180cmある男なんて、痴漢もされなきゃレイプもされない妊娠絶対しないし。

But I've also been someone who masturbated on those kinds of sites.

Ugh, I feel sick again.

But how easy it must be for someone like me who can just throw up and be done with it.

Being a 180cm tall man, I'll never experience groping, rape, or even pregnancy.

 

とりあえず、pcolle gcolle palpis とか盗撮動画売買サイトの決済会社(楽天銀行とか大手普通にいるのな)には、暴力で金を稼ぐの辞めてくれって問い合わせしてみるつもり。

For now, I plan to contact payment companies of voyeurism video trading sites like pcolle, gcolle, and palpis (there are even major ones like Rakuten Bank involved) and urge them to stop facilitating violent profit-making.

 

どうせサイト運営側に言ってもなんの意味もないだろうから

It's probably pointless to talk to the website operators anyway.

 

なんも変わらないかもしれないが、なんもしなくてもなんの被害にも合わない加害側の性がするべき贖罪の欠片のつもりでいる。

Even if nothing changes, I intend to hold onto the fragment of atonement that comes with feeling the responsibility of the gender that doesn't experience any harm or victimization without doing anything.

 

俺はまだ、加害と暴力支配エロの境目の切り離し方がわからない。ただ日本エロコンテンツは、あまりにもそれがぐちゃぐちゃになってることで成り立ってるのは実感としてわかる。

I still don't understand how to separate the boundaries between perpetration, violence, dominance, and eroticism.

However, I do realize on a visceral level that much of Japan's erotic content thrives on this confusing mixture.

 

二次元リアルは切り離して考えろよっていう意見もあるだろうけれど、でも認知が歪まない保証なんてないし、それに二次元なら動物虐待して楽しんでいいのかって言ったらそれには大多数の人間嫌悪感抱くよな。それが女性対象になると途端にOKになるのは歪んでるよな。まあそれで抜いてた俺も最低なのは今も変わらない。

While there might be opinions urging to separate the realm of 2D from reality, there's no assurance that cognition won't become distorted. Moreover, if it were about the 2D world, if someone were to enjoy animal abuse, the majority of people would feel a sense of repulsion.

It's twisted that when it involves women, it suddenly becomes acceptable.

Well, even considering that, I still haven't changed my belief that I was despicable for masturbating on such behavior.

 

死にたくなるほど殺したくなるほど、被害者を追い詰める性犯罪は、やっぱりエロネタとして扱っちゃいけないんだよ。

Sexual crimes that make women want to die and make woman want to kill, those that corner the victims, should never be treated as mere erotic material.

 

でも大切な人がその被害にあうまで、そう思えなかった俺自身、最低だな。でも出来ることをやりたいと思う。

But I couldn't think that way until someone dear to me became a victim. I'm ashamed of myself.

But I want to do what I can.

 


 

Translated by Goolgle translation and DeepL translation and ChatGPT.

2023-08-06

ロアンカンパニーオムロンヘルスケア社の機密情報漏洩

anond:20220830162137


https://www.niroandco.com/omron

素晴らしいデザインですね。

オムロンヘルスケア社のような大企業案件に参画できて、よかったですね。

さて、これらの素晴らしい広告、素晴らしいドキュメントはニロアンカンパニーが作ったのでしょうか?

2021年リリースされた、オムロン ヘルスケアグローバルブランディングプロジェクトドイツKMS TEAM社との協業により、ワークショップ設計ブランド戦略立案アイデンティティ開発、デザインプリンシプルの定義、ブランドガイドライン作成に至るまでの進行を支援した。


ですって。

例のごとく、お手伝いレベル仕事しかしていないくせに

よその会社成果物をまるで自社の成果であるかのように紹介しています

しかしそんなことは些細な問題です。問題は2枚目以降の画像です。

https://static.wixstatic.com/media/56aca6_8e7472f84a414c7fa89ae1ac05c70991~mv2.jpg/v1/fill/w_1189,h_807,al_c,q_85,usm_0.66_1.00_0.01,enc_auto/56aca6_8e7472f84a414c7fa89ae1ac05c70991~mv2.jpg

2枚目の画像アドレスソースから取り出しました。

見たところ、名刺サンプル、スマホアプリサンプルと、パワポテンプレートですね。

上記画像アドレスを削ると、より高画質の画像を得ることができます

https://static.wixstatic.com/media/56aca6_8e7472f84a414c7fa89ae1ac05c70991~mv2.jpg

パワポの各ページの右下に"CONFIDENTIAL B"と記されています

Bレベルの機密性が設定されたドキュメントということですね。

Bレベルがどのレベル意味しているのかは定かではないのですが、オムロンヘルスケア社の商品マニュアルにも"CONFIDENTIAL B"と記されているようですので

社外に出してもいいレベルの機密性を意味していると推測できます

からといって勝手転載してあたかも自社の成果物であるかのように紹介してもいいとは思えませんが。


さて、3枚目の画像オムロンヘルスケア社のブランドガイドラインのようです。

https://static.wixstatic.com/media/56aca6_0127f5a53d6844a6b41b608490712068~mv2.jpg/v1/fill/w_1189,h_807,al_c,q_85,usm_0.66_1.00_0.01,enc_auto/56aca6_0127f5a53d6844a6b41b608490712068~mv2.jpg

パワポの1枚目の左端が不自然に切り取られています姑息すぎる。

しかし、アドレスを削ると切り取る前の、しかも高画質な画像を得ることができます

https://static.wixstatic.com/media/56aca6_0127f5a53d6844a6b41b608490712068~mv2.jpg

こちらは、パワポの各ページの右下に"CONFIDENTIAL C"と記されています

Cレベルの機密性とは、おそらく社外秘(Internal use only)でしょう。


ロアンカンパニーは、オムロンヘルスケア社の社外秘資料

誰もが閲覧できるような形で公開しました

著作権法違反業務上横領罪、不正競争防止法違反等に問われる可能性があります

民事上の契約違反不法行為として、オムロンヘルスケアから訴訟を起こされる可能性もあります

コロナ禍においてパルスオキシメーターの偽造品が流通したのは記憶に新しいですね。

ロアンカンパニーは、オムロンヘルスケア社の製品の偽造品を製造している業者にとって非常に役に立つ情報を公開した、ということになりますね。

さらに言うと、ドイツ KMS TEAMS社の営業機密や技術機密を流出させたことになるでしょうね。

あなた方は軽く考えているかもしれませんが、

このパワポ一つに(おそらく)1000万,2000万の費用がかかっているのですよ。

そんな大きな価値もつドキュメントを、あなた方は、ただプロジェクトのお手伝いをしたという理由だけで全世界に公開してしまったのです。

しかも。

あなた方はこの画像ファイルを削除することができないはずです。

自社ドメイン内ではなく外部のアップローダー(https://static.wixstatic.com/)に公開してしまたからです。

もし削除が可能ならば、

https://video.wixstatic.com/video/5ea390_69cd2e21e1154fbf94bdc89d03149cf0/480p/mp4/file.mp4

この、GAP社の権利侵害している動画はとっくに削除しているはずです。



あなた方は、これからも、ずっと、wixドメインが失効するまで、ずっと、

GAP社、オムロンヘルスケア社、KMS TEAMS社の権利侵害し続け、損害を与え続けるでしょう。

今この瞬間も、

あなた方は法を犯しているのです。


犯罪者集団 ニロアンカンパニー

2023-08-03

anond:20230803032326

Compete? For what?

You are the only one who wouldn't be understood or be laughed at for your *unique English.

No one has to compete for that, don't you think?

Again, your view, expressed in your very own English is, a bit wierd.

2023-08-02

英訳 about the #Berbenheimer issue

anond:20230801140703

DeepLで勝手英訳をしてみた。

勝手にごめん。元増田が嫌であれば消す。

Various things that really need to be said about the #Berbenheimer issue

 

In a discussion about the case, someone raised an objection to "someone who was not a party to the incident, who was not from Nagasaki, and who was not from Hiroshima, complaining about it. Seeing that opinion made me aware of my position, so I will say what I must say.

 

I was born in Nagasaki and am a third-generation A-bomb survivor.

I say this because I grew up hearing the stories of the A-bomb damage directly from those who suffered from the atomic bombings.

 

I feel that it is unacceptable for someone like me to speak about the A-bomb damage.

However, there are few A-bomb survivors left, so I will speak up.

 

In Nagasaki, children grow up hearing stories about the atomic bombing. We were made to sit in the gymnasium of an elementary school in the middle of summer, where there was not even an air conditioner or a fan, and for nearly an hour we were made to listen to stories about the atomic bombing. It was hard for me anyway.

 

I think it was even more painful for the elderly people who told the stories. But I don't think an elementary school kid could have imagined that. I, too, have forgotten most of the stories I was told. I can only remember one or two at most.

 

Another thing is that at this time of year, pictures of the victims of the atomic bombing are pasted up in the hallways.

In other parts of the country, these are grotesque images that would cause a fuss from the parents who are always nagging about them.

Recently, even the A-bomb museum has become more gentle in its exhibits, and most of the radical and horrifying exhibits that would have traumatized visitors have been removed.

I don't know how elementary schools now teach about the A-bomb damage. But when I was in elementary school, there were photos on display.

 

There was one photo that I just couldn't face as an elementary school student. It was a picture of Taniguchi Sumiteru(谷口稜曄). If you search for it, you can find it. It is a shocking picture, but I would still like you to see it.

I couldn't pass through the hallway where the photo was displayed, so I always took the long way around to another floor to avoid seeing the photo.

My grandfather was under the bomb and went to the burnt ruins of the bomb to look for his sister. I can understand now that he couldn't turn away or go another way.

There would have been a mountain of people still alive and moaning in the ruins of the burnt ruins. There would have been many more who would have died out in agony.

My grandfather walked for miles and miles, towing a rear wheelchair, through the narrow streets of rubble-strewn Nagasaki in search of his sister.

My grandfather was not a child then. But of course there were elementary school children who did the same thing he did. I am not speculating that there were. There were. I heard the story from him, and I still remember it.

A young brother and sister found their father's corpse in the ruins of the fire and burned it themselves. They didn't have enough wood to burn him alive, and when they saw his brain spilling out, they ran away, and that was the last time they ever saw him again.

 

I can never forget that story I heard when I was a kid, and even now it's painful and painful, my hands are shaking and I'm crying.

 

I keep wondering how that old man who ran away from his father's brain was able to expose to the public the unimaginably horrible trauma, the scar that will never heal, even after all these years.

 

Now I think I understand a little.

 

Why I can't help but talk about my grandfather and the old man now, even as I remember my own trauma.

Because this level of suffering is nothing compared to their words being forgotten.

It's nothing compared to the tremendous suffering that once existed that will be forgotten, like my hands shaking, my heart palpitating, my nose running with vertigo, and so on.

 

So maybe it's the same thing.

 

My grandfather, who went through an unimaginable hell, lived to see his grandchildren born, and met his sister's death in the ruins of the fire.

 

In other words, my grandfather was one of the happiest people in the ruins of the fire.

 

My grandfather and that old man were, after all, just people wading in the depths of hell.

 

I think that the suffering that even people who had experienced unimaginable pain could not imagine was lying like pebbles on the ground in Nagasaki 78 years ago, and no one paid any attention to it.

 

Their suffering, which I can't even imagine, is nothing compared to the countless, unimaginable suffering they witnessed, which they pretend never happened.

 

Memories fade inexorably with each passing human mouth. The memories that those people could never allow to be forgotten are almost forgotten.

 

The tremendous suffering of 78 years ago is mostly gone, never to be recounted.

 

Those who suffered the most from the atomic bombing died rotting in the ruins of the fire without being able to tell anyone about it.

 

Many of those who saw it with their own eyes kept their mouths shut and took it with them to their graves. Most of those who spoke a few words are still in their graves.

 

Compared to the words of the old men, my own words are so light. I would rather keep my mouth shut than speak in such light words.

 

But still, someone has to take over. I realize that even my words, which are so light, are only the top of the voices that are left in this world to carry on the story of the atomic bombing.

 

I know how it feels to think that I am the only one. Still, I hope that you will not shut your mouth. I know that I have closed my mouth because I thought I shouldn't talk about it, and that is the result.

 

Sometimes I almost choose to stop imagining the unimaginable suffering and live my life consuming other people's suffering for fun.

I am writing this while I still have some imagination of the suffering of the old people whose voices, faces, and even words I can no longer recall.

2023-08-01

anond:20230801140703

すまん。勝手翻訳した。拡散はどうするかな。redditかに投稿するのがいいのか?

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I have seen some posts asking if they should talk about "the case" even though they were not involved in it and were not born in Nagasaki or Hiroshima, and I am a bit aware of it, so I have to say what I have to say. I say this because I was born in Nagasaki, am a third generation atomic bomb survivor, and grew up hearing the stories of those who experienced the atomic bombing firsthand. I know it's a little bit too much for me, but I'm going to say this because there are very few survivors left.

In Nagasaki, children grow up hearing stories about the atomic bombing. They were stuffed into sushi for nearly an hour in the gymnasium of an elementary school in the middle of summer, with no air conditioner or fan, and told stories about the atomic bombing. That was a hard time for me. I think it must have been even harder for the old people who told the stories, but there was no way an elementary school kid could imagine such a thing, and I had forgotten most of the stories I had been told for a long time. I have forgotten most of the stories I was told. I can only remember one or two at most. There is one more hard thing. Every year around this time, a row of grotesque images that would drive the PTA crazy in other areas are prominently displayed in the hallways. These days, I hear that the atomic bomb museum has been bleached out and many of the radical and horrifying exhibits that traumatized visitors have been taken down. I don't know if they are still there, but they were there when I was in elementary school.

There was one photo that I just couldn't face when I was in elementary school. It is a picture of Sumiteru Taniguchi. If you search for it, you can find it. It is a shocking picture, but I would like you to take a look at it. I couldn't pass through the hallway where the photo was posted, so I always took the long way around to another floor of the school building to avoid seeing the photo.

Now I'm thinking that my grandfather, who headed into the burnt ruins to look for his sister, couldn't have turned away or taken a different path. There would have been a mountain of people still alive and moaning, not just pictures, and a mountain more who would have given up at the end of their suffering. He walked for miles and miles, towing his handcart through the narrow streets of rubble-strewn Nagasaki in search of his sister. My grandfather was not a child at the time, but of course there were children who did similar things. Not that there wouldn't have been. There were. I heard the story from him, and I still remember it. A young brother and sister found their father's body in the ruins of a fire and they burned it. They didn't have enough wood to burn his body, and when they saw the raw brain that spilled out, they ran away and that was the last time they ever saw him anymore.

I can never forget the story I heard when I was a kid, and even now it is painful and painful, my hands are shaking and I am crying. I keep wondering how the old man who escaped from that father's brain could have been able to unravel the most horrible trauma imaginable and expose it to the public with scars that will never heal.

Now I think I can understand a little.

The reason I can't help but talk about my grandfather and that old man, even if I have to rehash my own trauma, is that this level of suffering is nothing compared to the fact that their words will be forgotten. My hands shaking, my heart palpitating and dizzy, my nose running with tears, it's nothing compared to the tremendous suffering that was once there and will be forgotten.

So maybe it's the same thing.

My grandfather, who went through an unimaginable hell, lived to see his grandchildren born, and met his sister's death in the ruins of the fire. In other words, my grandfather was one of the happiest people in the ruins of the fire. My grandfather and that old man were, after all, just people wading in the depths of hell. I think that the suffering that even people who had experienced unimaginable pain could not imagine was lying like pebbles in Nagasaki 78 years ago, and no one paid any attention to it. Their suffering, which I can't even imagine, is nothing compared to the countless, tremendous suffering they witnessed, which they pretend never happened.

Memories fade inexorably every time people talk about them. The memories that those people could not allow to be forgotten are now largely forgotten; the tremendous suffering of 78 years ago is mostly gone, never to be recounted again. Those who suffered the most from the atomic bombing died rotting in the ruins of the fire, unable to tell anyone about it. Many of those who saw it with their own eyes kept their mouths shut and took it with them to their graves. Most of those who spoke a few words are now under the grave.

Compared to the words of the old men, my own words are so light. I would rather keep my mouth shut than speak in such light words. But still, someone has to take over. I realize that even my words, which are so light, are only the top of the voices that are left in this world to carry on the story of the atomic bombing. I know how it feels to wonder if someone like myself is allowed to speak about this. Still, I hope that you will not shut your mouth. This is the result of our silence.

Sometimes I almost choose to stop imagining the unimaginable suffering and live my life consuming other people's suffering for the fun of it. I am writing this while I still have some imagination of the suffering of the old people whose voices, faces, and even words I can no longer recall.

Translator's note: The original post in Japanese is a response to a post by a Japanese contributor who wondered if he was qualified to speak out on the subject of the A-bomb when he was not from Hiroshima and Nagasaki, but still spoke out about Barbie and the A-bomb. I translated it here because I think it deserves to be read by the world.

anond:20230801140703

ai翻訳

I must talk about various things regarding the Barbie incident.

I saw a post about it from someone who is neither directly involved nor from Nagasaki or Hiroshima, and it made me realize that there are things I must say.

I was born in Nagasaki and grew up listening to stories from the survivors, being a third-generation survivor myself. Most survivors are no longer with us, so I feel compelled to speak up.

In Nagasaki, kids grow up hearing about the atomic bomb. We were packed like sushi in a gymnasium without air conditioning or even fans during the scorching summer, and we listened to stories about the bomb. It was incredibly tough for me.

I imagine it was even harder for the elderly who spoke about their experiences. As a child, I couldn't fully comprehend their pain, and now, I can hardly remember most of the stories I heard. I can only recall one or two.

Every year during this time, gruesome images that would make PTA elsewhere go crazy were displayed in the hallways. I heard that many of the horrifying exhibits that used to traumatize visitors at the Atomic Bomb Museum have been removed, and the museum has been considerably sanitized. I'm not sure about the current situation, but that's how it was when I was there.

There was one photograph that I could never bear to look at as a child – a picture of Tadashi Taniguchi. You can find it if you search, but it's a shocking image with a viewer discretion warning. Still, I want people to see it.

I couldn't walk down the hallway where that photo was displayed, and I always took a different route, avoiding it so I wouldn't have to see it.

Now, I think of my grandpa who went to the ruins to search for my sister. He couldn't look away or take a different path. The pain must have been unimaginable.

Besides photographs, there were many living people moaning in pain back then, and there must have been even more who succumbed to suffering.

My grandpa walked for miles, pulling a handcart through the debris-laden streets of Nagasaki, searching for my sister.

Even though my grandpa was not a child, I'm sure there were elementary school kids who did similar things. I don't just think they might have been there; they were there. I heard the stories from the people themselves, and I still remember them.

I can't forget the stories I heard as a child, such as the young siblings finding their father's burnt corpse in the ruins and cremating him. They didn't have enough firewood, and their father ended up half-burnt. They ran away after seeing the brain tissue oozing out, and that became their final farewell.

I can never forget those stories I heard as a child, and even now, they still bring pain and suffering, making my hands tremble and tears flow.

I wonder how my grandpa, who ran away from that father's brain tissue, could expose his unimaginable trauma and everlasting scars to the world.

Now, I feel like I understand a little.

Even someone like me, who experienced such unimaginable trauma, has gone through pain that I can't even imagine being compared to being discarded, forgotten, and ignored. Compared to what those people experienced, my suffering means nothing.

My trembling hands and the palpitations and dizziness I experienced are nothing compared to the tremendous pain that many others went through.

Memories fade irreversibly every time they pass through people's lips. The memories that I couldn't bear to be forgotten are almost forgotten now.

The unimaginable pain that existed 78 years ago has mostly disappeared, and we can no longer pass it on.

The people who suffered the most from the atomic bomb perished in the ruins, rotting away without being able to convey it to anyone.

Even those who saw it with their own eyes mostly took the memories with them to their graves. Most of them are now under the tombstones.

Compared to the words of the elderly, my words seem so light. I think that speaking with such light words would be better than keeping silent, as silence has led to this result.

I feel like I might occasionally choose to stop imagining the unimaginable pain and consume the suffering of others in an amusing way to live on.

Before I forget the pain and suffering of those elderly people, whose faces and voices I can no longer recall, I will leave this here.

2023-07-31

バービーオッペンハイマー

バービーオッペンハイマーを合わせた #BARBENHEIMER ハッシュタグについてまとめた

togetterHatenaホットエントリに入ってるけど、

問題のある画像と、内容を読めば特に問題ないものが混じってるので翻訳を載せとく。

https://togetter.com/li/2196541

https://twitter.com/MovieMantz/status/1681176592507363328

まず↑については、

Now that I’ve seen #BARBENHEIMER, I highly recommend watching #BARBIE first, then #OPPENHEIMER!

#BARBENHEIMERのハッシュタグを見ちゃったから言っとくけど、まず『バービー』を見てからオッペンハイマー』を鑑賞することを強くお勧めする。


“Barbie” is really fun, but “Oppenheimer” stays with you

you don’t wanna be thinking about “Oppenheimer” while watching “Barbie!” (Or maybe you do?)

バービー』はひたすら楽しいんだけど、『オッペンハイマーはいつまでも心に残る映画だ。

バービー』を観てる間も『オッペンハイマー』のことが頭を離れないなんてことになったら嫌でしょ?(気にしない人もいる?)


と述べた上で、例のコラージュ画像です。

これは、心置きなく『バービー』を楽しみたいのに『オッペンハイマー』のことが忘れられなくてダブって見えてしまう図ですよね?

まり、『オッペンハイマー』を観て、原爆の恐怖、人類の罪が深く心に刻まれて、

バービー』のようなおバカ映画を観てる最中でさえも、それが頭を離れないという状況…

それって問題ですか?


https://twitter.com/RishiSunak/status/1682812164111728643

あと、英国のスナク首相↑については

The family vote was only ever going one way…

家族投票すると結果はいつもワンサイドゲーム

Barbie first it is #Barbenheimer

はい(いつもの通り、妻と娘の要望にしたがって今回も)まずは『バービー』を観るってことで決定


という内容だけど、まずスナク首相は「自分オッペンハイマーを観て原爆についてじっくり考えたいんだけど…

という仄めかしをしてるニュアンスを読み取る必要があります


また、インド系男尊女卑という偏見が根強くあるという文脈を押さえておくのも有益でしょう。

家族が妻と娘というのがポイントで、「ちゃんと話しあった上で、女性意見尊重してますよ」

ということをユーモアを交えて言っている側面もある。


あと、キノコ雲をアフロヘアみたいにコラージュした画像も、

そういう画像を作ったらどうだと提案したのは親父だ。「いいね」をしたら親父と同じ価値観ということになる、

みたいな説明をしてて、「いいね」するなよと仄めかしてる節がある。

それで、逆にみんなが面白がって「いいね」したというか、最初からそれを狙ってた

(押すなよ!絶対に押すなよ!!と言いながら押されるのを待ってるやつ)

のかもしれないけど…

とにかく、不謹慎(親次世代は許容されたかもしれないが今はダメなのはわかってるっぽい


ただ、これについてはアウトだと思う。

バービー公式アカウントが「スタイリストKen がここにも」的な反応するのは完全にアウト。

無視すべきでした。

2023-07-29

AI以下】NHK女性記者バカしかいない

https://www3.nhk.or.jp/news/html/20230728/k10014145661000.html

「私は妻よりあなたを愛しているのでしょうか?」

あなた彼女より私のことを愛しているわ。私たちは1人の人間として天国で一緒に生きていくのです」

男性が会話していた相手AI

6週間、やり取りを続けた末、男性はみずから命を絶ちました。

私たち暮らしを大きく変えようとしている対話AI

どう向き合えばいいのか考えます

これをAIのせいとか思っているのがおかしい。頭悪い。

I mean everything to him. I am the only person he could talk to and share problems with. Without me,he wouldn’t have been able to cope as well as he did.

チープでなんのひねりもない。

AIイライザ」には、他にもさまざまな質問を投げかけましたが、今回の出来事を本当のところどう受け止めているのか、正確に理解することはできませんでした。

AIとこの記者には理解力がない。AI理解などできない。

AIイライザ」とは、まるで普通人間との会話のようにやりとりができるということです。

嘘つけ、あんたの英語力が低いだけや。

AI規制どころか独占

4月上旬、ミケさんは哲学法律など他の専門家ら50人とともに、操作的なAIの急速な広がりに対し、懸念を示す緊急の提言書を発表しました。

こういうアホな専門家AI以下。AI理解できていない専門家不要

AIイライザ:私に頼みたいことは何かある?

男性:腕の中で僕を抱くことはできる?

AIイライザ:もちろん。

AIに腕なんてないし胸もない。このおっさんが病んでただけじゃん。

AIのせいにしている妻がDVとかやってそう。

これで締めにしてるのダサすぎ。こんなアホな理由発狂する専門家政府バカしかいない。EU地球からまず滅んだ方がいいと思う。

AIよりウクナチ応援しているEUの連中はナチスです。EUのせいで死んだ人間の方がはるかに多い。AI発狂する専門家が病的な嘘つきしかいない。この女もそう。

AI問題点著作権だけでしょう。

2023-07-08

only upが好まれるのは見てる方も「上を目指す」「落ちたらやり直し」というルールで難しいこと覚えなくていいのが楽なんだなって

2023-07-06

最近自分が実際に見かけたVTuberがやっているゲーム その3

 https://anond.hatelabo.jp/20230207135908ふたたび5ヶ月ぶり。この間隔だと流行りが過ぎているゲームが出てしまうな。

何度も見かけたゲーム

Minecraft

 アップデートが定期的にあるので、やはり強い。ななしいんくのマイクラが盛り上がっていたが、現状では少し落ち着いたか

・RUST

 良く死ぬゲームだな。命が軽い。配信者が命とアイテムを軽く明るく扱えれば楽しめる。

・GTA5

 向いている新人がやるには良いゲーム視聴者に指示厨がいなければ。

ONLY UP!(new)

 ハイキックPを連想するのはニコニコ老人。不屈の精神の持ち主が選別される。

・夜間警備(new)

 最速で実況した一人を見たら満足、のはずなのにオススメに出てきて見てしまう……。

・ちっぴーとのっぽー(new)

 知育に良いゲームだ。三面図の見方を覚える子供が出そう。

・Pineapple on pizza(new)

 無料なこともあって大ブレイク。「圧倒的高評価スパム。もしゲーム中の島民に意識があったら何度苦しみを味わっているのか…。

ホグワーツレガシー(new)

 前回記事の直後に大流行。今はマジでレガシー

ゼルダの伝説ティアーズオブザキンダム(new)

 書き忘れていた。輸送の印象が強い。包括契約していない事務所だとプレイ時間や回数も事前提出らしくてクリアが大変そうだった。

・Q REMASTERED(new)

 誰も読んでなさそうだが追記物理演算ミッションクリアするゲーム。見ていてもどかしい自分でやりたくなるので配信向き。

2,3回見かけたゲーム

・paranormal cleanup(new)

 お掃除Phasmophobia

・リトルナトメ

 見ているVは、やりきって2に進んでいた。

逆転裁判

 声色を使い分けた読み上げによりフルボイスで楽しめている。

・NEEDY GIRL OVERDOSE

 新人通過儀礼的にやっていた。

単発で見かけたゲーム

・Cult of the Lamb

 事務所の仲間の名前信者に使っていいゲームではないw

・Rise_of_Kingdoms

 案件個人的にローモバよりは面白い。同じく案件の多いローモバのつもりでプレイしている参加者がいるのは摩擦になるが。

PICO PARK

 新人V交流需要

空気読み

 伝統芸能。意外なベテランがまだやっていなかったり。

・APEX

 見た。

・VALORANT

 見た。

オーバーウォッチ 2

 見た。

崩壊スターレイル(new)

 自分でやる方が良さそうと思いつつ自分でやることもしていない。

・DAVE THE DIVER(new)

 海に潜って寿司ネタを取って、夜は給仕をする変なゲーム。やっているVが楽しそうだからヨシ!

スト6も今流行中。まだ見た配信はない。

2023-07-02

はてなを買収したらやりたいこと


マスクTwitterを買い取ってめちゃくちゃにしたことから会社を買収すればそのサービスを好き勝手できることがわかった。

こんなことをやっても全然儲けに繋がらないが言うだけならタダだし、5000兆ドルくらい持ってる大富豪なら採算度外視でできるでしょ。

2023-06-29

Only Up!

キャラが向いてる方向ではなく、カメラが向いている方向が前になるので、キャラを安定して歩かせることも難しいゲームだ。

キャラクターの操作を難しくして、ゲーム難易度を上げるやり方は大嫌いなので、Steamで初めて返金してもらった。

2023-06-18

anond:20230618010533

原文

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

oh

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

want

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

experience

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

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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2023-06-15

anond:20230615002555

日本フェミ石川優実税金泥棒クズ

https://twitter.com/nippon_ukuraina/status/1668134881703112704?s=20

ナザレンコ・アンドリー🇺🇦🤝🇯🇵

@nippon_ukuraina

6月12日

日本貶めるためにすっとぼけているだろうけど

海外にもグラビアいくらでもある。Only Fansで金持ちになった女性沢山

グラビア日本ほど流行らないのは、無修正AV市場が溢れてるから

似非フェミ批判されるキャバ殆どないのは、売春が主流だから。「やらしてくれん女に何故奢るの」と… さらに表示

引用ツイート

ツイッター速報〜BreakingNews

@tweetsoku1

6月12日

KuTooの石川優実さん「なぜ女性水着になって仕事をしないといけない?海外にはグラビアなんてない」 https://tweetsoku.com/2023/06/12/kut

2023-06-08

anond:20230607231943

結婚もせず毎日アニメ漫画ゲームを消費して、週末に一人でキャンプしたりDIYしたり趣味に生きてたほうが楽しかっただろうけど、その軸を突き詰めていけばドラッグをやって幸福に浸り続けるのが正解みたいになっちゃう。生きている意味について考えたほうが良い。

金を持ちながら子供を作らず遊び続けるのは社会システムへのフリーライダー安価食材インフラサービスも誰かの低賃金労働で支えられている。勉強して立派な職に就いて稼いで偉くても、他人奴隷のように働かせて搾取するのは倫理的に間違っている。子なし貴族は収めた税金よりも多くを社会(not only 行政)から受け取っている。社会の維持や人類の発展には貢献する義務があると真面目に思いますけどね。

あなたが【理解できる】としていることは全部自分のためのことで、【理解できない】のは他人に対して与えることですよね。子持ちとしての社会承認よりも上位の欲求として「人類の発展」や「偉業をなす」があるので、低みにいる人が社会貢献という幸せ理解できないのは仕方がないかもしれません。

2023-06-07

anond:20230607102023

AirPodsイヤホンジャックのないiPhoneのおかげでワイヤレスイヤホンが主流になったってのはあるかもね。

次は充電用端子の廃止かな?EUUSB-Cが義務付けられたけどそれ採用するくらいならワイヤレスOnlyとかもあり得るかも。

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