Adam Bosworth’s Weblog: Speaking up That’s one amazing post.
< wm_eddie> hmm, shuudankoudousei 集団行動性 gregarious nature < wm_eddie> it’s kind of strange when you encounter a hard word whose English definition you don’t know. < markd2> gregarious? < markd2> (of a person) fond of company; sociable : he was a popular and gregarious man. < wm_eddie> 退社時間後 taishajikango after work…. < wm_eddie> that’s a lot […]
For the first time since I’ve got here I finished studying before passing out. So I spent the time re-organizing my gallery. I separated all my Japan pictures into their own album. I also did some cleanup of my home and www directories. I think I’ll back up the DBs and go to bed.
Just got back from the pharmacy. It seems that the reason I can’t find deodorant is that it’s simply out of season and people don’t use it. Is this a normal thing? I always use deodorant maybe it’s a Puerto Rican thing… (Since it’s always hot.)
Hikari My first try at calligraphy didn’t turn out too bad. I just wish I knew the cursive version of a better kanji.
Andy: Pretty much hates everything about Japan while saying how much he loves it. Kenan: (Maybe) pissed off at me for some reason. Haruna: Not interested in me after all? The Kenan business has me really worried and I’m having trouble concentrating on my homework. What happened is that in the joint seminar he was […]
Today I played against a 2kyu girl with a 4 stone handycap. I was surprized with how well I did even though I lost. The game took 3 hours so I didn’t have enough time to go over the game. It’s to bad I could have learned a lot.
Recently I think I’ve been getting good vibes from Haruna, but I’m really not sure. I wonder if she likes me. I also noticed that I have no pictures of her. I’ll see if I can get some. I felt really bad about a girl today in the Ajisai room because she had on the […]
Gallery :: Koyasan I just got back from Koyasan. The site was founded 1,200 years ago by Kobo daishi, the founder of Isoteric Buddhism in Japan. It’s a pretty cool place. It’s older than all the towering 900 year old trees in it. That’s really impressive. I think the ways Buddhism and Cristrianity are similar […]