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    More: Obvious, Writing, Japanese university student of ninja history, Eimi Haga, Ninja, Essay, creative use of a ninja technique, Professor Yuji Yamada, Paper  
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2019-10-10 06:20:52 PM  
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2019-10-10 06:58:45 PM  
I want to make jokes about this, but I can't, really. That's just too damn cool.
 
2019-10-10 07:13:40 PM  
Not just an A. A Japanese university A. That's like. 7 American a+ grades.
 
2019-10-10 08:30:28 PM  
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2019-10-10 08:40:22 PM  
Good on her, the world needs more ninjas especially in these times.
 
2019-10-10 09:05:34 PM  
When they say "gas stove" do they mean those portable Coleman jobs?
 
2019-10-10 09:17:25 PM  

mrrichierich: Good on her, the world needs more ninjas especially in these times.


Yes, I suppose those turtles must be well past their teenage years by now.
 
2019-10-10 09:59:51 PM  
Very cool.  But I think it would have been way cooler if the student hadn't told the teacher to heat the paper up.
 
2019-10-10 11:00:55 PM  

bagumpity: Very cool.  But I think it would have been way cooler if the student hadn't told the teacher to heat the paper up.


I find that weird to call "explicit instructions" "a hint."
 
2019-10-10 11:26:31 PM  

Fano: When they say "gas stove" do they mean those portable Coleman jobs?


I guess it's possible but the more natural assumption, to me at least, would be that he uses natural gas to cook with on a normal stovetop. Do you also suspect the guy sleeps in a sleeping bag?
 
2019-10-10 11:40:16 PM  

Marksrevenge: Fano: When they say "gas stove" do they mean those portable Coleman jobs?

I guess it's possible but the more natural assumption, to me at least, would be that he uses natural gas to cook with on a normal stovetop. Do you also suspect the guy sleeps in a sleeping bag?


It's called a tatami.
 
2019-10-10 11:46:21 PM  
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2019-10-11 02:39:41 AM  

Fano: Marksrevenge: Fano: When they say "gas stove" do they mean those portable Coleman jobs?

I guess it's possible but the more natural assumption, to me at least, would be that he uses natural gas to cook with on a normal stovetop. Do you also suspect the guy sleeps in a sleeping bag?

It's called a tatami.


Or it's just a stove. They're common in many parts of the world, particularly those with natural gas reserves like the UK - it's more common here to have both the oven and hobs/"stove top" running off gas than electric.
 
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