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電車男はジャマイカから来ましたか?
July 27, 2009, 5:17 pm
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今日、「電車男」というテレビ番組をダウンロードしました。一番目のエピソードにはジャマイカのフラグを着ています。「ちょっとへん」と思っていますから、ここにこの写真を置きたかったです。

ジャマイカの電車男

ジャマイカの電車男

Update 2: 電車で女の人をみます。彼女はDan Brownの「The DaVinci Code」という本を読んでいます。

読んでるね。。。

読んでるね。。。



O P E N and Awaken
Get yo' read on.

Get yo' read on.

I recently searched the up the benefits of reading books. I was pretty much pushed to think back to the last time I read a book and it had been quite a while. I decided that I’m going to start making sure I’m always reading. Reading for enjoyment is somethign I guess I’ve wanted to do for a while but never actually could stomach for long. Originally I was pushing through the pages of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince in a race to read it before the release of the movie. I then began reading the final installment of the Harry Potter series which I must say was amazing in just about every way. I decided that the reading doesn’t have to stop, I will continue and trying to find new books. I am very impressed with myself since I’m actually making a point to stick with it. It will only do me well in the end. Currently I’m borrowing ‘The DaVinci Code.’ It’s a rather slow starter but it’s building up. I have a feeling it will be a very good book. I’ll have to be sure to review it in the end or something.

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{Cultural Weekend & Win.

So yesterday was a lot of fun. We ate ramen again for the first time in about a month. Then we attended the Japanese Student Association’s yearly O-matsuri. It was fun although it seemed a bit cheesy and Anime-Conventionish. However we did a lot of thing nonetheless. They offered sushi, melon bread, a raffle, 書道 (shodou)/calligraphy, They also had DDR however it was home version with regular pads so playing was kind of difficult with the pad moving around everywhere. Afterwards, we walked through CAS and found out that the Korean Student Association’s show had just started, so being spontaneous we went. I also wanted to go to see Sharon’s performance. She did a great job.  The KSA’s show blew the JSA’s O-matsuri away like completely. The production was so much better, there weren’t really any cheesy moments. It seems like they took a lot of time to put the show together. At the O-matsuri, everything was so disconnected and people started to leave really early. Afterward Raphael and I hung out with Sharon and her family which was fun.  The Korean Association’s show really made me more interested in Korea, it has a very interesting culture. I’m definitely glad I went.

"What?! This my 한복. It's comin' back."

"What?! This my 한복. It's comin' back."

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