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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.
Oh dear, reading comprehension is hard. Mr Arudou entitles his post: Columnist Dan Gardner: “Why Japan took the nuclear risk”: Quick-fix energy during 1973-4 Oil Shocks Columnist Dan Gardner says: But the Japanese also knew the danger of the status quo. It was a trade-off. A trade-off is not a quick-fix. A couple of other [...]
Nothing remains a secret when it’s on the web. Rather than steal his bandwidth, here’s two links: http://www.debito.org/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/inappropriatecoverweb-678×1024.jpg http://www.debito.org/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/inappropriatebackweb-678×1024.jpg
I couldn’t help but notice that despite this month’s Just Be Cause being in part about Mr Arudou’s adverse reaction to Japan being described as homogeneous, yet the introduction to a Canada CBC radio piece says: But Japan is an unusually homogenous — some say xenophobic — country. This claim is unchallenged by Mr Arudou.
There, I said it. No chickening out with a question mark at the end as I have come to the conclusion that the only explanation for recent events is an impending move to Canada to finish off his PhD and to settle down thereafter. (There is another conclusion that he’s just dropping misleading hints and [...]