First, I must declare a work interest in being pro-copy protection, so take all the rest with as much of a dose of salt as required. This copy-paste of recently Tweeted then deleted comments come from OishiiSlurper: OishiiSlurper 10:29 Fucking Japan,Im back in USA. I was refused entry at Narita, my residence visa was cancelled [...]
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Tonight on NHK Newswatch 9 there was not one, but two back-to-back stories on foreigners in Japan. The first looked at the older group, the Zainichi voting for the first time in the upcoming Korean election. They focused on two people, one an 87 year old who came over before the war and joined (or [...]
Last week I got a draft 住民票 for me to peruse and check for errors, so at least my local government is on the ball regarding the new foreigner registration scheme. I thought it was interesting, however, that they sent me about six sheets of paper without a single word in any foreign language. I’m [...]
A Japanese judge decided to acquit a Sea Shepherd activist on a dodgy assault charge. Given that many foreigners complain about how we don’t stand a chance against a 99% conviction rate (which handily ignores the percentage of arrests that don’t lead to charges being pressed) and how Team Japan loves to defend their murder [...]
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That’s my answer to this post: So maybe for all these years I’ve been going about this the wrong way PS: I’ve been a bit quiet, but I’ll have two more posts tonight…
Good news: an Indonesian nurse who passed the Japanese nursing exam recently went up to Iwate from Kobe to help. NHK Kobe had a good feature on her last night. Curious news: A Linux user buys In Appropriate and finds it DRMed and not Linux friendly, and asks Mr Arudou for help. Mr Arudou apparently [...]
In a -filled softball interview, we get a final comment: But I have an overseas research opportunity that’s too good to pass up, so that’s probably where I’ll be in 2012.
I see in Mr Arudou’s preview to tomorrow’s Just Be Cause he says: I think some people might find this view refreshing and cathartic, given the increasing sociopathy I’m feeling within the already-disenfranchised NJ as they bully their own. Hey, I resemble that remark! BTW, I’m writing this from the Excelsior Caffe beside Nankin-machi (Chinatown) [...]