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    Poll: I have to say I'm a big fan of meat in general,...

    I have to say I'm a big fan of meat in general, Here in the rocky mountains we have a game animal called "elk" I guess it would be classified as venison but it is particularly tasty, if you get a...
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    Sticky: I drove in Japan quite a bit while I lived there....

    I drove in Japan quite a bit while I lived there. I had a car the whole 4 years and used it quite extensively. (though obviously not as much as a pro truck driver) I found several very common...
  3. Take this with a grain of salt because I have...

    Take this with a grain of salt because I have only spoke to one native about this theory and after thinking about it for a minute said that is possibly true which is often Japanese for you are so...
  4. I think most of the oft repeated questions that...

    I think most of the oft repeated questions that grow old come from a desire to make small talk. zatsudan requires something in common and often Japanese who haven't been around foreigners are...
  5. Thread: Body hair

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    You know the funny thing about the whole "hair...

    You know the funny thing about the whole "hair issue" is that if your head is hairless you aren't sexy, but if your chest is hairless you are. (I intentionally left out the other areas listed...
  6. Scene: Freshman Biology Class Teacher has just...

    Scene: Freshman Biology Class Teacher has just handed back a graded test.

    I was feeling overly proud of myself for getting a good grade in an extremely simple class. To the side of me sat Jim,...
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    I really enjoyed Booker's article, I found...

    I really enjoyed Booker's article, I found myself agreeing with almost all of it. I myself spent 2 years at Nova, and while I did my share of grumbling about various aspects of "Nova life" I found...
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    Poll: remember that cheesy Tom Selleck movie Mr. Baseball?

    There is a line in that movie where his ramontic interest says something like "Japan takes the best from all over the world and makes it her own". I find that many countries borrow aspects of...
  9. You would have to make a bigger ruckus than a 40...

    You would have to make a bigger ruckus than a 40 year old but many 14 year olds have effected change through preserverence

    I'd take ya serious anyhow :cool:
  10. there is also a price to be paid

    as consumers and citizens we have to pay the price for changing bad ideas and bad ways of doing things. My wife always bought this bulk rice where she brought her own container and they filled it I...
  11. I'm sure it is differrent in different parts of Japan,

    and you would think Tokyo would be at the forefront of foreward thinking ( :wave: ) but apparently they aren't, I lived in a small town in Nara prefecture and they had three types of bags like you...
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    ok geography hot shots

    but can you change a chaincase on a 1998 RMK 700? ;-)
  13. Poll: And I think you are missing MY point

    sure they may over gesture when they speak to you, but my point is look at it from their side. The older people who won't say a word were indoctrinated that all foreigners were monsters coming to...
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    yikes that was humbling

    world has changed a lot since high school geography I think I missed any country ending in "stan"
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    Poll: Because of the relative youth of American Culture I

    think the notion of class has not had the required time to separate as clearly here as perhaps elsewhere. Most Americans can trace their roots to immigrants from the last 300 years. Someone...
  16. I hope the damage is limited

    I am always amazed at how well Japanese structures resist most earthquake damage.
    How it was reported here
  17. Poll: I think a lot of people here are too sensitive

    I don't mind how I'm approached while overseas wether it be in the native tongue or English. I have blonde hair and blue eyes, generally Japanese think I will not understand them if they talk to me...
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