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2002-05-23 02:48:23 PM  
No, Chinese women are hot. Japanese women are strange. Why do Japanese men select women who look like childern to mate with? Large heads, small hips, no breasts. Childlike. What kind of farking nut wants to have sex with a child?

Something wrong with your katana Mr Hito?
 
2002-05-23 02:50:28 PM  
post 35 is bukkake
 
2002-05-23 02:52:27 PM  
"...although one hesitates to vouch for Makiko Tanaka."
Hahahahahaha! Yeah, those whacky Makiko Tanakas! wtf?
 
2002-05-23 03:05:14 PM  
Alt3r_3go- They may be proud because of the fact that they managed to fit 8 times the amount of people who live in California into a country roughly the SIZE of California,

Not that they didn't try to increase their acreage on a number of occasions... All I am saying is that the Japanese have huge egos about their stupid country while in fact enjoying a standard of living that doesn't hold a candle to what we have in the US. I don't care WHY they live in shacks. I have never been to Japan, but from what I have seen in pictures of their typical residential neighborhood, they live in small, ugly, and usually dilapidated housing, much of which (at least to my unsophisticated western eye) looks like it was slapped together from hurricane debris. The whole country doesn't seem to have an ounce of taste when it comes to architecture and design. And don't get me started that whole anime thing. Like I said, they are crazy. They create a whole genre based on bad cartoons like Gigantor and Astro-boy. Maybe if they weren't so arrogant they would wake up and smell the saki and realize how farked they are. Now we read about how completely and totally warped their women are, sexually. Some japanese women may look hot (but most are just fugly as hell, boobless, assless, bad face) but they are apparently frigid, rendering them worthless as sexual partners. It is amazing they still reproduce over there.

I am still angry we paid reperations for internment. Where is the money for the victims of the Bataan death march? Where is the reperations for the millions of Chinese and Philipino women they conducted organized mass rape on? Japs can fark off.
 
2002-05-23 03:08:29 PM  
they can keep their cherry as long as i get to bukkake all over their dinky faces
 
2002-05-23 03:12:54 PM  
Asmith47...Bmw does bring up a good point. They did give us bukkake.
 
2002-05-23 03:15:04 PM  
Heck I didn't even know what that was! I put it into google and whoa! I guess bukkake is what puts the Goo in google ;)
 
2002-05-23 03:17:10 PM  
Gals gargling goo!!!
 
2002-05-23 03:21:11 PM  
me so gooey
 
2002-05-23 03:24:18 PM  
Asmith47 - Tooooooo-shaaaaay! Good return to Alt3r_3go!
 
2002-05-23 03:33:28 PM  
And I am glad their econome is in the dumper. If my boss wanted me to do jumping jacks and sing the company song, I would tell him to fark off.
 
2002-05-23 03:34:20 PM  
Asmith47: You sure it was Japan? I've seen nothing but nice houses and rather neat-looking-though-tiny apartments. They are a far cry from delapitated shacks. If you see anything that looks "untidy" it was after a hurricane.
 
2002-05-23 03:35:09 PM  
"Thanks fer nothin'"
 
2002-05-23 03:36:31 PM  
An economy they never would have had in the first place if they hadn't listened to one Mr. Deming (an Amuurican), the ONE smart thing they ever did. I mean, how smart can you be when you wait for the SECOND atom bomb before you surrender?
 
2002-05-23 03:39:54 PM  
Asmith: that would make france smarter then, they surrender well before anything like atomic bombs come out.
 
2002-05-23 03:45:19 PM  
Asmith, that atom bomb crack was wrong on so many levels... hard to argue with it tho.
 
2002-05-23 03:47:21 PM  
Hello!?? If this is Japanese writing about the Japanese for the Japanese in a Japanese paper... why is it so damned American and English frienldy? THis author has perfect English idioms, grammar, and syntax... and the cultural references include

"Here's where it gets trickier. Otome prize Dick Bruna's Miffy over Hello Kitty; Alice in Wonderland over Winnie the Pooh -- but Winnie the Pooh over Mickey Mouse. Oh, and also ennui over joy; headaches over indigestion; and cuts over sprains."

Man, when we say we "won the war" we really did... did we also completely wipe out their indigenious culture?

I feel miserable about this... I almost miss Imperial pre-Meji Japan just for its, well Japanesenis.
 
2002-05-23 03:51:01 PM  
"The fad has been around for the past 1,000 years or so"

fad (n.)
A fashion that is taken up with great enthusiasm for a brief period of time; a craze

Hate to nitpick, but some people just don't fukken think before writing. Perhaps they thought they were being secretly ironic, but your average newspaper reader has an IQ barely surpassing a mongoloid.



Yeah... maybe I should be clear... I dont meant this author is a great writer... I just mean that it doesnt seem that they have a(ny more of a) problem writing in English and in Western style (than any other Western newspaper writer). And that it is not very difficult for me, as a Westerner, to catch the cultural reference (Hello Kitty, Picasso, Madonna). And it seems that if this is internal consumption journalism... it should be more foreign... no?
 
2002-05-23 03:51:06 PM  
Sheseala-

I guess they have better and worse neighborhoods, but I have seen a lot of pictures where the buildings are put together in a slapdash fashion, mismatched materials, etc. Stuff that would never fly in our country. I find their cities to be ugly, utilitarian, seemingly put up with little consideration to appearance, only expedient function. Tokyo is a nightmare of neon and billboards and television screens hawking skin cream. The best building they ever had (Imperial Palace Hotel by Frank Lloyd Wright) was given over to the wrecking ball without a thought or a tear the moment it became economically expedient to do so. I am not talking here about traditional Japanese architecture which is some of the most beautiful in the world. They were right to fear western influence. They take our stuff and get it sooo wrong.

Example
 
2002-05-23 03:59:49 PM  
I fail to see what you are talking about in particular in your example.

That crap on the windshield perhaps? hmm...

"I guess they have better and worse neighborhoods, but I have seen a lot of pictures where the buildings are put together in a slapdash fashion, mismatched materials, etc."

The same can be said for several places in the U.S, I have seen them myself, every state I have been in has their own crap neighborhoods and a few towns that look like that. The whole of Japan is not an eyesore, same goes for U.S. I still have not seen said pictures from Japan.

Yeah Tokyo is rather chock full of neon though.
 
2002-05-23 04:00:49 PM  
Asmith: that would make france smarter then, they surrender well before anything like atomic bombs come out.

HeHe. The french are plenty smart but their wimmen don't wash ;) I mean, who is going to make more money on that whole chunnel deal? Do you think more people from Paris will be going to London for the fine dining or the other way round? Been to London, and I wound up having to eat indian food. I mean really guys, dried out fish for BREAKFAST? WTF? Plus rude service? Heck, I can get rude service in gay Paree and the food is EDIBLE!
 
2002-05-23 04:00:54 PM  
ahh, Japan... a country that takes race and class stereotypes to the extreme. but it's okay, you can't be racist if you aren't white

not that this is a stereotype.
 
2002-05-23 04:02:58 PM  
CapnWacky: Nice...
 
2002-05-23 04:20:47 PM  
The same can be said for several places in the U.S, I have seen them myself, every state I have been in has their own crap neighborhoods

Yes but they weren't crap when they were built, they just got run down. In this country, even in bad neighborhoods the buildings were originally built with workmanship and a reasonable (at least at the time) design ethic. The Japanese had to make-do a lot after WWII but they have left a lot of that make-do stuff standing even after they have had plenty of time and money to correct it. I get the idea that they just don't care. Maybe they never see the city they live in because they always have a Manga comic book in front of their face as they shuffle of to their high-pressure job packed like sardines in the subway.

I will admit that their cars and such look a lot better these days (maybe because all the companies have design studios in So-Cal now) but they still come out with some doozies. Can anyone call a Subaru a good looking car? I think not. The Honda minivan looks like a barn driving down the street. They are great cars though, if you don't mind looking like a frump. I wish the Japanese well, like another poster I love the Mitsubishi monitors, but they are pretty darn weird people. I have more in common with some of the aliens on Star Trek.
 
2002-05-23 04:21:18 PM  
Man, when we say we "won the war" we really did... did we also completely wipe out their indigenious culture?

I feel miserable about this... I almost miss Imperial pre-Meji Japan just for its, well Japanesenis.


It may appear that we did from an etic perspective, but they really have a complete culture of their own. Sure, they've borrowed elements from our culture. You can get married in western "theme" hotels ranging from traditional to vegas-style. They're not imitating us though; it's something they've taken and added to their own culture like we've done with yoga or sushi.


And in Taiwai, McDonalds is the sort of place where people hang out all day long, studying, with family, etc. Not exactly like in the US. They've taken what they want from it and used it in their own culture.

People who look on globalization as "destruction" of other cultures probably mean well, but it's incredibly arrogant and condescending to think that people in Japan are going to stay the same forever if us "modern" people don't influence them.
 
2002-05-23 04:29:37 PM  
No wonder there is a Hello Kitty Dildo!
 
2002-05-23 04:30:36 PM  
Is the spelling dildo or dildoe?
 
2002-05-23 04:32:00 PM  
For your inner virgin...
 
2002-05-23 04:40:35 PM  
We get it wrong too sometimes ;) but not as often.

A Crime Against Nature
 
2002-05-23 04:41:46 PM  
BAD html!

A Crime Against Nature
 
2002-05-23 04:45:55 PM  
Don't know why link isn't working. One more try.

A crime against nature
 
2002-05-23 04:47:45 PM  
Farkin website won't let me deep link:

Throwing away unfetchable link URL: http://www.geocities.com/cakennedy_98/road1.jpg (403: Forbidden)

Just cut and paste the link, as if you care.
 
2002-05-23 04:51:25 PM  
What the fark was that article about? I'd rather just look at pretty pictures of Japanese women.
 
2002-05-23 04:51:51 PM  
Hurry up and finish your anti-Japan posts, because they're pissed and they're taking back all their computer parts.

0wnz3d!
 
2002-05-23 04:53:23 PM  
hey, I don't think we should be talking about japanese virgins, vagina and stuff like that. My wife is near and she is japanese, and the only thing you need to know..... it don't taste like chicken ;)
 
2002-05-23 05:01:17 PM  
To all virgins - Thanks for nothing!
 
2002-05-23 05:11:40 PM  
Asmith47: Again, you are still just talking about the poorer areas, you find them even here. Many cities can't have older buildings if they aren't earthquake-proof, I doubt any mis-matched materials could be used there.

The standard of living for most the population is quite high in Japan, though cramped. I would still like to see these neighborhoods your are refering to.

Japan is a wonderful place to visit, but I wouldn't live there, I like my space.
 
2002-05-23 05:13:13 PM  
Yes but they weren't crap when they were built, they just got run down. In this country, even in bad neighborhoods the buildings were originally built with workmanship and a reasonable (at least at the time) design ethic
I could beg to differ. I highly doubt that some 'projects' when originally built were made with high levels of workmanship and design ethic. The buildings you refer to, first off, are usually found in the rural areas of the country. Much like you'd expect to find buildings like this here. New buildings are NOT built like shacks -- for one they have a strict building code to uphold structual integrity for earthquakes. As for the design, it's one's own opinion if they consider it 'bad' or 'tasteless'. Personally, I think that more than a few American style homes are cookie-cutter and un-original. It's not that they ARE lacking design...they lack the design you find interesting or pleasing. Personally, I think that the Japanese have some of the most interesting and useful designed products, along with the Swedes and Finns. Please see Japan Industrial Design Promotion Organization for some examples of designs for varios objects (cars, household items, etc..) which have won awards for design.

Now, here is a photo, for example, from the balcony of my old apartment in Shinjuku, just near the Okubo station. Not in the ritzy area, either. Yes it may be cramped, but it sure isn't delapidated.

And don't even get started on past reperations and restitution for war-time crimes. Every country has performed things in it's history that makes it look less than perfect. To show prejudice about a their current society, especially when most had nothing to do with those actions, is somewhat disturbing. Does that mean that African Americans should be angry and EVERY caucasian because of what happened in history? The point is that Japan is not the country it WAS back in WWII era, and I think you make it out to be some sort of dictator run, robot operated land mass. Go to Japan, visit some of the cities, go shopping, see a shrine, ride a train, and do so with a seemingly unjaded mindset. Then come back and say some of the claims you made about their culture or design ethics.

Grr....
 
2002-05-23 05:16:02 PM  
 
2002-05-23 05:17:17 PM  
CapnWacky: You are exactly right on the money about Japanese culture. I have been to Japan and I studied taijutsu (here in the states) under a Japanese Master (who introduced me to Zen).
The Japanese have a strange and wonderful culture. They take things from other cultures and make it their own.
 
2002-05-23 05:19:12 PM  
Alt3r_3go: You said that better than I could.
 
2002-05-23 05:49:10 PM  
Ditto.
 
2002-05-23 06:08:44 PM  
Delapidated shack here in rural US

Heck, that place is a masion compared to some of the places I've seen, 'cause I've been to West Virginia ;) I guess hicks will be hicks in any country...

As far as the picture of Japan you posted, it poves my point. Ugly damn city. Compare that to the tree lined streets of Boston or Chicago or Phillie or even LA and you'll see that there is no comparison at all to be made.

As far as reperations go, you prove my point as well. I don't think anyone should get reperations for anything, not the blacks, not the native americans, not the Japanese, nada. Get off the bottle, stop feeling sorry for your great great grandma, get a job, and pay taxes like me.

But what is good for the goose is good for the gander and if Japanese people get reperations for being being confined under fairly reasonable conditions with food, water, bathing facilities, beds, etc., then women who were brutally gang raped and families of our soldiers who were mercilessly shot because they couldn't take another step on the death march deserve even more.
 
2002-05-23 06:11:05 PM  
Mansion. I meant to say mansion.
 
2002-05-23 10:41:33 PM  
Asmith47: I don't agree with it all but there is a lot of good stuff in your posts. Japanese housing is generally really farking ugly and not only that it's very badly designed. Sure the space is usually used well, but that's more out of necessity. My appartment costs about 70,000 yen a month and it's burning hot in summer and freezing cold in winter. There is no central air or central heating, there's rarely either in the Tokyo area (which has snow most winters and 80% humidity most summers). Also it shakes every time a train goes by.
As for the Internement camps vs. Japanese prison camps you have hit on another good issue. I hear about the internment camps all the time but never ONCE have a heard a Japanese person say anything about the death marches to me. In case some of you farkers haven't heard there is a new history textbook for elementary schools which has just been approved by the Japanese ministry of Education. It basically whitewashes Japan's involvement in WW II. Kids usually aren't taught inconvient history here. Japanese people claim that they just want to forget about the war. That's not true, they just want to forget about their part in it (starting it with a sneak attack, organised rape and torture, medical experiments on live subjects etc.) and wallow in pity about things like the internment camps and the atomic bomb. Next time you hear a Japanese person moaning about how badly treated Japan was in the second world war ask them if they know Japan killed more people in Nanking, after the city surrendered and the Chinese army had left, then died in both atomic bombs.
 
2002-05-23 11:26:54 PM  
B_G_W- I had forgotten about the whole history book incident. Good point.

As far as the bomb goes, considering the tardiness of their surrender even when faced with unimaginably superior weaponry, I have seen estimates that suggest that there would have been millions more Japanese causalties (not to mention allied forces) had a land invasion been needed to end WWII.

Sometimes things happen in war that are not nice and civilians get blown up. Tough shiat. That is the risk you run the day you start out on that whole world domination thang. The sleeping giant awoke. This is a lesson the muslim world seems to want to learn about firsthand these days ;)

I just think it is kind of silly for the Japanese to claim they are such hot shiat all the time. Either they are seriously deluded about their actual standard of living, working conditions, and in light of the latest revelations, their home life, or they are just putting up a front to compensate for their obvious inadequacies as a society. Either way, it is sad. Get real guys. You make some nice cars and TV's but you can't swing a cat in one of your apartments.
 
2002-05-23 11:41:55 PM  
70,000 yen=$560

That would be cheap for an apartment in LA, I thought rents were high in Tokyo. WTF have I been lied to? Or has the economy depressed rents recently?
 
2002-05-24 12:20:08 AM  
I just think it is kind of silly for the Americans to claim they are such hot shiat all the time. Either they are seriously deluded about their actual standard of education, dietary conditions, and in light of the latest revelations, their crime rate, or they are just putting up a front to compensate for their obvious inadequacies as a society. Either way, it is sad. Get real guys.

Oh, yes. America is the most perfect society in the world!
 
2002-05-24 12:46:45 AM  
Alt3r_3go's picture reminds me of a view of a New York neighborhood.
 
2002-05-24 02:14:01 AM  
Asmith47, rock on!
Amen.
You got a way with words, my friend.
I owe you a beer for your posts.
(After reading "The Rape Of Nanking," I have not ever been able to look at anything Japanese without seeing the photo's in my mind. Japan can go fuuck themselves. Their whole stupid "culture" or whatever the hell they call it.... the whole concept of Japan is simply the bottom of the barrel. The world is not better because of their existence, period.)
 
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