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The Pinnacle of American Otakudom

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Posted on Monday, October 8th, 2007 at 1:04 am.

I really should post more about Japan, but there’s a lot of ground to cover and if you don’t write consistently you just end up not knowing what to write about and not writing anything. I figure the best way to get over this problem is to occasionally write vignettes when I have a good day in Japan, so I’ll start with one here.

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interesting thing I noticed on South Park

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Posted on Tuesday, September 11th, 2007 at 8:54 am.


*EDIT: YouTube took down the original clip because of the Comedy Central copyright…but apparently this one with Spanish subtitles is okay. The volume is actually better too. -K

Maybe I’m the last to hear this (it’s probably been on 4Chan a lot and I just never heard about it) but I finally got around to rewatching the Ninja Weapons episode of South Park and translating the song that they play while the ninjas are fighting. Here is the result:

A wonderful penis

has ball hair.

Is that sound monkey cunt?

No, there are Ninjas!

Hey Hey let’s go! Fight!

Important object. Protect my balls.

I am bad. So let’s fighting.

Let’s fighting love. Let’s fighting love.

You probably already all knew this and I am wasting my time. If not, I figured this would be a forum that would appreciate it.

My First Japan Post

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Posted on Friday, August 24th, 2007 at 10:17 pm.

Hey everyone,

As this is my first post to this website, I wish I had some more interesting things to put on here, but unfortunately, as people will realize if they think about how often I made everyone pose for the camera when I was in college, I am not a big fan of taking pictures. In fact, my brother and I are the only two people I know who, when driving across the country, take a couple of pictures simply because it’s expected and then forget about them upon arriving at home.

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Anyway, Japan is sweet. There is one thing that is not sweet about Japan, however, and that is throwing away garbage.

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