Peccadilloes in Nippon and Nipponese with a Quixotic Perspective. Coming at you from Yokohama, near Tokyo.
Those deer are filthy.A friend of mine is deathly afraid of deer, and she refuses to go anywhere near Nara. It's a strange fear to have. Deer. But, apparently she thinks she'll catch the plague if she is around them. She's currently enrolled in medical school. I assume her reason for wanting to be a doctor is to find the cure for deer plague.
clay, thanks for ur message! it was best time for me in kyoto. good fun, met u and funny guys. maybe im going to fukuoka!? i looked so bad in ur movie :( hehe
Well Fukuoka or wherever, let us know how it goes
those deer looked hideous and out of shape compared to wild deer i see in america
That's because of their winter coats, I think. There are pictures of deer that look like bambi with their normal coats.
Awwww, cute baby deer! It was nice to see the other side of this little expedition. Beth showed me soooooo many pictures of the Osaka adventure. Speaking of, since when is my Bethaniel camera shy??? Ah well. Next project will be to see if I'll be able to hit the islands when I have a vacation from the Korean penninsula in two years. I applied to get a job teaching vocal suzuki there for a semester. Here's hoping. Anyway, Resident Evil 4 rocks and I'll talk to ya later, hon. A bientot!
I know you got a freakin' pic of her in a bra. Good luck with the job!
Thanks for the well wishes. It's a long process. We're trying to get me up there sometime during next year for a short tour. Stupid music and it's many awkward difficulties for getting a job. Ah well. *hug* I miss you, ya know? When's the next time you'll be stateside?
you rock so much. hehe. i'm glad that you had some fun while you were up there (here?). might have to do it again some time...and well im not really shy...-_^. That stature was certainly large. Happy times when figurines in Japan are bigger than people. zya mata ne-beth
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Three things:1) The English teacher I work with says "stuffs" all the time.2) Those deer were so cute! You went to Todaiji, right, with the giant Buddha? Did you get reborn through that little hole in the post? When I was in high school this one kid tried really hard but he was too fat and it was tragic.3) How have you been? I haven't seen you in over a month, man. I hope you have fun in Sasebo.
Clay! This is a great video, man. Ha ha. Sorry my site was down for a bit there. It should be up and running once more. I am linking to this post, by the way. (Not that anyone visits my site. Just started it and all.) I about died when the dumbface game popped up on the screen. Ha ha. Oh - btw - it is your fault that I am currently addicted to Trick. I am on the 4th episode of the 2nd season, and the 3rd season is already in my hard drive, queued up. Good stuff - and you do indeed have a resemblance there.
I am so glad, but still lack the ability to email or comment on your blogs, man!
Au contraire. You can comment on the blogs no problem...you just have to click the title of the blog to go to the entry itself. Then fill the field out, and WHAMMO! I'll shoot you my email address. Sorry. I'm new at this, so it's a bumpy take-off. Ha ha.(You can also click the 0 Comments link at the bottom of the individual frame. It will take you to the same field.)
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