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The Pinnacle of American Otakudom

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

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

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.


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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