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- Cannonball 1 week ago Year One: Boobs, The Wind, Baseball, Lederhosen, Eels, Monkeys, and Doves Year Two: Hotel Lobby Oysters, Condoms, Spinning Around and Around, 街・町, The Town and Its Uncertain Wall, A Short Piece on the Elephant that Crushes Heineken Cans Year Three: “The Town and Its Uncertain...
- Snæfellsnes 2 weeks ago Another quick note before this week’s post: Last week I forgot to mention the importance of “projects” in Japanese study. Little projects—like this annual Murakami exercise or even something smaller as resolving to read an entire book or a certain … Continue reading →
- Water 3 weeks ago Wow. Nine years. That’s kind of unbelievable. I started studying Japanese 15 years ago this summer, so I’ve been doing this silly exercise (writing this only-slightly-less-silly blog) for a good majority of my Japanese studying experience…which is now sneaking up … Continue reading →
- 股関節唇 2 months ago Just a quick post for fun. I had surgery on Tuesday to repair a torn labrum in my hip. It was my first major operation since I had a hernia repair when I was four. I was curious about how to … Continue reading →
- Oysters and Chopsticks Etiquette 2 months ago Hello! I’m just back from visiting Mexico for the first time. I haven’t used my Spanish for 15 years, so I was pleasantly surprised with how much I was able to understand. Need to work on the speaking part. I … Continue reading →
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