Those who listen
to my music, thank you.
Those who always send me mail, thank you.
Those who send mail from overseas, thank you.
Impressions of my albums and daily affairs, I'm always very
interested in how everyone has their own ways of thinking
Also, those who're heading to America, thank you for your
Be careful and have fun.
I will now proceed to clear Silent Hill 3.
So I'll see you around next year!!
Have a good New Years!!! Boar year!!
12.27.06 Hora (Koccharikochakochaashuusandoichi!)
There was a time.....when they used
to say *Annie Lenox is amazing...* As I was saying it doesn't
But I'm glad he's still here and writing about random things,
and that they're still "Hora-nari" things, and
leave it at that.
This year, today, for the first time
in my life, I encountered a Christmas fruitcake.
Someone sent it to my boss and he looked at it and said,
Even the boy who eats everything wouldn't eat it.
So I said I'd take it home to my Dada as a joke, but when
he saw it he said, "Oh. Fruitcake." and ate it....
i failed. But he also likes Star Trek so wtvr.
And I thought: this is a good example
of how everyone does indeed have their own ways of thinking
and feeling, isn't it?
But more than applying to just fruitcake aversion, I've
been realizing that because everyone thinks differently,
it's really easy to misunderstand them.
For example, when a Japanese person is misunderstood by
a foreigner, they'll probably blame it on that person being
But if an American is misunderstood by a Japanese person,
they're used to dealing with cultural and racial differences
every day of their lives.
Instead, they'll blame it on religion, sex, age, sexuality,
or educational differences, since those are the hot topics
in America now.
In short, they'll even misunderstand each other on misunderstanding
>_< But really, that could be wrong too.
I've spent my entire life studying people and I still don't
understand them for some reason. Bleh.