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conclusion of Nakajima’s JAPANESE ARE HALF FALLEN

CHAPTER FIVE: IS IT POSSIBLE TO LIVE TOGETHER? A DIFFICULT PROBLEM TO SOLVE This problem that I’ve been grappling with . .. at last I’ve come to realize how difficult it is to solve! The burden of “insolvability” has been weighing more and more heavily on my shoulders, so the time has come to confront it! […]

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Nakajima’s JAPANESE ARE HALF FALLEN part FOUR

CHAPTER FOUR: THE BODIES OF JAPANESE THE SPACE THAT CULTURE OCCUPIES INSIDE OUR BODIES So far I’ve talked about how I feel that I’ve entirely slipped off the path of “normal Japanese society” because of my sensitivity. But more and more I’m convinced that my problem is not a ‘normal’ case of hyper-sensitivity (such as those whose […]

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kadafy death mix: sayonara shithead

KILL THE KINGGGGGGGGGGGG BIG PAYBACK HOLE IN THE HEAD DEAD IN A DITCH YOU'RE GONNA GET YOURS ?????? LYBIAN HIT SQUAD X IS COMING KILLING AN ARAB WELCOME TO HELLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL YOU GOT KNOCKED THE FUCK OUT Spread the venom Hide Sites

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nakajima’s JAPANESE ARE HALF FALLEN PART 3

CHAPTER THREE: THE FLOOD OF STANDARDIZED SPEECH. SLOGAN  NEUROSIS Again I have a syndrome to report to you: I suffer from “slogan neurosis.” For a long time, the whole length and breadth of my country has been blanketed in these DON’T DO THIS! DO IT LIKE THAT! slogans – what I’d like to call ‘Behavior […]

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Nakajima’s JAPANESE ARE HALF FALLEN chapter 2

CHAPTER TWO : WIDENING THE BATTLEFIELD SOUNDS THAT DRIVE YOU TO THE BRINK OF INSANITY While looking at the MASSES  who walk around oblivious to the speaker noise, the herds of people who would never protest it, I thought to myself, "I really feel like a stranger in my own country." Actually, that's too poetic. I'm […]

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Nakajima Yoshimichi ‘s JAPANESE ARE HALF FALLEN chapter one

CHAPTER ONE : A SOCIETY OF “PICKLED SOUNDS.” WHAT IS THE “CULTURE OF NOISE?” The topic of this book is not things such as “airplane noise” or “noisy neighbors” (things which are officially recognized as “sound pollution”). I’m focusing on things such as the loudspeaker warnings that accompany escalators and moving walkways, the announcements inside […]

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