Tuesday, November 28, 2017
Monday, November 27, 2017
She posted about the levels of "Trap Addiction" on Twitter (translated by me below):
Normal: "Traps are just guys right? Gross!"
Minor: "If only she didn't have a penis I'd go for her..."
Severe: "This cute girl her has a penis? Score!"
Terminal: "Slightly more masculine traps are hotter..."
Gestaltzerfall: "There's something wrong with this girl... she has no penis!"
(I'm Terminal by the way... but I am not gay... I think...)
By the way, Kaoru is dating another trap named Michelle.
So that makes them both gay???
Saturday, November 25, 2017
A 35 year old middle school teacher from Kanagawa did "obscene things" (you know what) with his then 2nd year female student and was fired.
According to Kanagawa Board of Education, they did "these acts" multiple times in places such as inside the school building before class, beginning January last year. They relationship apparently continued until last month when the student graduated and moved up to high school.
The man was married, but he said to Board of Education investigators: "she was depending on me, and I began to see her as a woman." (Where have we heard that before?) The Board fired the man on the 24th.
Typical hentai plot, except the main character got fired and will never work again.
Thursday, November 23, 2017
Wednesday, November 22, 2017
I am getting a lot of questions about it.
Tuesday, November 21, 2017
She was found by a patrolling policeman near the Kaohsiung Film Archives, after reports that there was "a woman is crying near Ai River and might be about to commit suicide." Upon finding out that she was Japanese, he took her back to the police box, where a Japanese-speaking off-duty policeman translated for her by phone.
It turned out that she was in her 20s and from Kyoto, and she had missed her low-cost carrier (LCC) flight. She had no money to buy another ticket, didn't speak the language, and was too ashamed to get help. After walking from the airport, she tried to sleep outdoors, but found it was too cold, and the hunger had made her cry.
The policeman bought her food and a drink with his own money, and contacted the Japan-Taiwan Exchange Association (btw: there is no Japanese Embassy in Taiwan because of mainland China). The Association contacted her family and loaned her money for her flight home.
Morals of the story:
1. Don't go overseas without enough cash/credit card.
2. Have a phone that will work overseas.
3. Taiwanese people are nice.
4. If you are a woman, crying in public will help.
5. Know how to get to your local Embassy.
6. Do not miss your flight.
Saturday, November 18, 2017
The other day, I saw my grandson watching a video, and heard some believable words. It said: "Hey, I'm ultra-right (ossu ora kyoku)!" [Kyokuu 極右: ultra-right, sounds similar to Goku.]
The main character uses force to solve conflicts among aliens, and it is something unsuitable for children. Also, when the main character is in danger, he transforms and gets blonde hair and blue eyes. (His original form is black hair and black eyes.)
The old-fashioned datsua-nyuo [脱亜入欧: leave Asia, join Europe] theme made me laugh, but thinking that this could lead to discrimination towards our Asian compatriots gave me the chills.
And then, his final attack involves him receiving energy from all humans and turning it into a big ball. This display is even more terrifying - to do this, all humans have to put their hands up in the air - that's right, they do the banzai.
He steals energy from people doing the banzai, and then uses it to shoot the enemy. This image is exactly the same as what we did in World War II, and the shock honestly made me slump.
I am very worried about the effect this show has on our children. Where is our country going?