Ninja Lives On
Two armed yakuza men were surrounded by 8 fully-geared policemen in a small apartment room in Yokohama, Japan on Sep 1, 2007. But these two just ran away uninjured at all and disappeared with guns in their hands into the neighborhood with kindergartens and schools around. Did they hypnotize those 8 soldiers?

A few months ago also in Japan, hundreds of police surrounded one gunman and he killed one police after 2 days of siege. This gunman was uninjured except drunk.

Last week, a female convict ran away by stealing a bicycle because the policeman in charge fell asleep while interrogation was going on. Did the police asked her for some hypnotherapy?

Several months ago, a murderer who killed his English teacher from the UK just ran away when more than a few dozen policemen raided his apartment. He had no weapon and no one knows when he is now. British papers called Japanese police "simply useless".

Yesterday (Sep 5, 2007) in Tokyo, a policeman snatched a wallet from a lady and her female friend caught this snatcher detective.

Back in March 2007 in Yamagata, a policeman went gambling and snatched a bag with over a million yen in it and hid it under snow in the street. He then became in charge of the investigation of the case. He collected 2 million yen from the local residents and kept it himself.

Back in Aug 2007 in Tachikawa, Tokyo, a policeman shot a woman to death whom he had been following everywhere. She was working in a bar and the police was a customer.

There was a policeman who took photos of a lady's legs under the desk when she came for help on the theft.

Ninja still exist in this land.
# by fighter_eiji | 2007-09-02 15:56 | English



# by fighter_eiji | 2007-09-02 15:50
Mamma Mia Giaponese  

# by fighter_eiji | 2007-09-02 00:08

● 手の平に巧みに隠して歩きたばこ・・つまり悪いと承知で吸っている
● 自転車やバイクでのたばこ・・注意されづらいからだろう。ずるい
● 駅、店舗の入口に設けられた灰皿に集まって吸う・・「そこで吸って」という意味で置かれてるのではない。吸う人がいて「仕方ないから」置いてる。灰皿が撤去されても、そこに来て吸いがらを捨てていく
● 車の窓を開けてのスパスパ・・運転中の携帯電話が違法なようにタバコもそうあるべき
● 携帯灰皿を持ち歩いてモクモク・・人がいやがってるのは煙なのに
● 警官が路上喫煙行為を無視しているのをよく見る。交番に行くとタバコ臭くて呼吸不可能



# by fighter_eiji | 2007-09-01 23:11
Sushi People Can't Shut Up
Scandinavian countries are heaven to me because it's so quiet in the forest, by the river and even in the cities. Scandinavian people eat lots of fish just like Japanese.

However, streets in Japan are filled with noise such as :

- Shop people shouting for more sale
- Cell phone brokers telling you to change phones
- Recycle collecting trucks with extremely loud speakers
- Teenage girls in restaurants
- Never-ending announcements on trains and in stations
- Cashiers in supermarkets constantly talk like machines
- Canned drink vending machines talking to you
- Drunk businessmen at karaoke bars
- Drunk college students singing loud in the midnight squares
- Sports guys must keep shouting something that doesn't make any sense
- TV commercials are 15 seconds of noise and a silly dance
- TV programs are filled with unnatural laughs

Maybe this is the result of killing too many fish that are very silent.
Fish might have casted a spell on Japanese to be noisy as revenge.

Vikings must have been more friendly to fish.
# by fighter_eiji | 2007-09-01 22:38 | English
Fool TV

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# by fighter_eiji | 2007-08-31 17:05
# by fighter_eiji | 2007-08-31 16:33
Anne Frank
I regularly visit Anne Frank's house in Amsterdam.
Have been to other places she used to live as her
family was running away from the Nazis.
Aachen/Aken, a southern city in Germany is a
pretty little town where Anne's mother Edith was
born and they lived a while in this town too right
before crossing the border to Holland.

Before the family went hiding in the last secret
house, they lived in another apartment in
Amsterdam where now nobody pays a visit. I sat
at the stone-made footsteps that leads to her
door on the second floor and looked at the small
park in front. Then I could hear Anne and her
sister Margot's footsteps going up and down,
playing in the park.

She had a dream to be a writer and wanted to
help other people. She made that dream come
true and I'd like to thank her so much for what
she has done and is still doing.
Her diary encouraged Nelson Mandela and his
friends when they were in prison.

I would like to encourage everyone to visit her
house and any other places in the world where
innocent people got killed. Take your friends and
family and that's the best way to grow ourselves
and make a better place to live.

Thank you, Ms Miep for risking your own life and
helping Anne's family while they were hiding and
for keeping Anne's diary. You are the truest human.

To Dear Anne (1929-1945),

Aug 26, 2007
# by fighter_eiji | 2007-08-26 11:36 | English