tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-23906933.post2802529084939338856..comments2015-09-17T21:49:39.799-05:00Comments on Keeping Pace in Japan: Reasons the World Would be a Worse Place if Japan Ruled the EarthTurnerhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/10372867185647178937noreply@blogger.comBlogger6125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-23906933.post-59697218732712285062014-01-31T08:33:19.319-06:002014-01-31T08:33:19.319-06:00Some of what you are saying might be controversial...Some of what you are saying might be controversial, but its true. Nice people, but there are some kooky underlying things like you said, most notably, sexual and perhaps (overall) emotional immaturity.Kconanhttp://www.asiascams.orgnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-23906933.post-12536920871421250922013-04-21T02:11:19.610-05:002013-04-21T02:11:19.610-05:00The most annoying thing for me I think is the lack...The most annoying thing for me I think is the lack of trash cans! Think it has something to do with a terrorist attack in the Tokyo subways way back. But even though they don&#39;t have any trash cans it is still less trash on the street in Japan than in America. Btw, the thing you wrote about the school girl fetish is spot on.Tommie Bhttp://www.worldslanguages.comnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-23906933.post-73101236142261099462013-01-21T22:48:03.373-06:002013-01-21T22:48:03.373-06:00Great observations. I noticed these things when I ...Great observations. I noticed these things when I lived there, but never gave too much thought on a lot of them except the outlandish sexual items (who can ignore those?). Dionhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/06979553545633614804noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-23906933.post-13966219653956696442012-12-23T06:46:05.963-06:002012-12-23T06:46:05.963-06:00I&#39;m half German and half American. As such, on...I&#39;m half German and half American. As such, one half of me really appreciated the Japanese insistence on order. Unfortunately, it drove the other half of me nuts. I&#39;m currently in Germany and have been here for several months and I&#39;m starting to get that feeling you described, where you just need a little chaos. Just a little..Daniel McBanehttp://www.danielmcbane.comnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-23906933.post-18932246295940812292012-12-21T20:10:27.906-06:002012-12-21T20:10:27.906-06:00I would suspect that power lines are not buried in...I would suspect that power lines are not buried in Japan due to earthquakes. Above-ground lines are much easier to access and repair when broken that those buried under ground (and potentially under megatons of rubble). Just a guess.Mr. Satyrehttp://www.blogger.com/profile/08147501391700502040noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-23906933.post-81961383894862482992012-07-20T08:02:54.274-05:002012-07-20T08:02:54.274-05:00&gt;Lack of Variety Heck! Forget about. If the w...&gt;Lack of Variety<br /><br />Heck! Forget about.<br />If the way is same all over the world, it is boring.<br />As far as you live in Japan, do as the Romans do with studying the background.Anonymousnoreply@blogger.com