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Posted in: Runaway penguin 'No. 337' to be named See in context

"Fido"

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Posted in: Active fault may run beneath Mount Fuji, say researchers See in context

I tend to stay away from news stories that have a "may" included in the title. It is a real time saver.

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Posted in: Edano raps TEPCO over high salaries, compensation forms See in context

Are these Tepco executives the same people that were satisfied with a one page appraisal of the height of the tsunami wall carried out in 2001.

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Posted in: Can Tokyo DisneySea become vibrant again? See in context

Sakula. I used to work in that "Disney" environment for a number of years. No. Not everyone is maladapted. But there is a lot of people who move there just to be close to Mickey and Minnie. There are people who really believe that Minnie and Mickey really do exist. Strange.

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Posted in: Can Tokyo DisneySea become vibrant again? See in context

Is "Jaded" another word for being realistic. Grammar point don't start your sentences with an "and". I am not down on girls. Since fathers are mostly absent because they are working, it is the mothers who are doing the socialization of the children. I was pretty alarmed when I found out an acquaintance in her late 30's had dropped 60,000 dollars during her lifetime to buy and store her collection of Mickey and Minnie dolls.

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Posted in: Can Tokyo DisneySea become vibrant again? See in context

Have you ever seen the type of hand waving and singing of songs during the Disney parade that you see at Tokyo Disneyland. This is a unique phenomena of a country like Japan that shuns most outward expression of religions, except the religion of Disney. Kind of scary watching mothers indoctrinating their kids to the "Mickey and Minnie" religion. But these mothers are the first generation of little girls who grew up on going to Disney and learning all of the religious customs.

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Posted in: All's not well at Tokyo Disneyland after quake See in context

I worked at Ikuspiari the shopping mall next to Disney for around 5 years. I found a surprising number of "disney" addicts. They would come to the park almost every day all decked out in their cute disney clothes and trinkets, and go into the park to see mickey and the cast of characters. Not only children and impressionable young high school girls, but people spread across the spectrum of ages. The influence that disney asserts in the life of Japanese is alarming. Japanese at this point in history need less fantasy and more reality.

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