Japan from the inside out

Ichigen koji (158)

Posted by ampontan on Saturday, September 1, 2012

– A person who has something to say about everything

When I asked my Chinese husband what he thought of all these territorial disputes, he answered, “My grandfather on my father’s side is Chinese, my grandfather on my mother’s side is Korean, my grandmother on my mother’s side is Russian, and I’m married to a Japanese. You can call me “Mr. Territorial Dispute” or “The King of Territorial Disputes”.

– The Japanese Tweeter known as Moth

2 Responses to “Ichigen koji (158)”

  1. 21st Century Schizoid Man said

    Surely Moth`s husband will face subtle situations, but it is not my fault nor his. Probably he is enjoying it.

    A: I think this article shows who Armitage really is. I heard he cried openly when Japan declared to dispatch SDF to ME, and since then suspected his credibility as a human being. The article matches my suspicion very well.

    Having said so, he is easy to deal with compared to…..
    2: Thanks for this. I am getting the impression that people in Japan are just writing people like him off, and moving on.

    I think this shows, BTW, that Japan can expect a lot of crap from people in places like the US, partly because of the political and social climate. There is an activist “feminist” movement that gets plenty of opportunities in the media to bang on the table and scream. That’s the water this fish is living in.

    – A.

  2. 21st Century Schizoid Man said

    A: I think we are good at both of water and fish, we have plenty all through.

    Craps are welcomed in a sense, they can keep us (not all of us, but some of us) in mentally healthy condition and stay awake. I think if I can choose I would most likely choose to be Japanese again.

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