Remember guys, he only represents Tokyo. I get the feeling the rest of the country ain’t too keen on him.
Denshousha made other comments on this post:
- Ishihara Bans Hanami – “You Must Not Have Fun!”:
I remember right after 9/11, Americans were told to go on with their lives and to try and live as normally as possible. I know terrorist attack ≠ natural disaster, but is there really this great a cultural difference about how to deal with national tragedy?
Recent comments by Denshousha:
- China Scrambles Warplanes Into Senkaku Airspace:
We (the US) need to let Japan have its own military again. Let them handle it. Otherwise Americans are going to have to die to protect these dumb rocks.
- Doujin Mark “Could Ban Doujinshi”:
I don’t see doujinshi surviving for much longer. Too much greed and too many IP lawyers. And even the fact that many (most?) of the pros started out that way won’t matter.
- Toriyama: “Hollywood’s Dragon Ball Sucked”:
There is some sort of reboot manga out called Dragonball SD. Toriyama doesn’t draw it. It looked kind of dumb, so I didn’t pick it up.
- Street Fighter: Japan vs USA – “What Happened…”:
I wonder why Q made the list in the US. I barely even remember that character. I don’t get the Juri love either, but she’s the newest character so it sort of makes sense.
- “Why Does Japan Still Have Housewives?”:
Yeah, I agree. The US (my country) shouldn’t be pointing its fingers at anyone and telling them how to raise a family. If Americans even bother to get married these days, the marriage will probably end up in divorce. Kids raised by daycare instead of their parents. Kids grow up fucked-up and we end up with the highest incarceration rate in the world. Besides, plenty of American women want to hook rich dudes and never have to work again.