Tokyo Damage Report

Archive for April, 2012

the readers speak, part 2

Last year, I posted  something about all the rad fan-mail I get which accidentally gets caught by my spam-filter.  It turns out,  my stupid spam-filter is still broken: here are a dozen MORE totally amazing fan-mails I got, which I almost threw out on accident. Luckily I saved them and, what's more, this time I […]

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yet another lacuna in the discourse: unions

I don’t know about your country, but in America, it’s impossible to have a rational discussion about unions. Conservatives hate them all, and lefties fall into one of two types: a) academics who like unions in theory because they “stick it to corporations” (but have no real-world experience dealing with unions’ bullshit), and b) union […]

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kanjidamage updates!

Tooting my own horn:  KANJIDAMAGE, my other site, where you can learn 1,700 kanji with Yo Mama jokes, is getting a little update! The nice guys at Mobalean improved the design, and I'm about to update the content with new lookalikes. If you're interested in learning kanji, check it out. Spread the venom Hide Sites

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ANOTHER LACUNA IN THE DISCOURSE: MODERN TIMES

  Modern times brought us a lot of good shit , including: jazz, rock, rap, movies with rad special effects, Minesweeper、separation of church and state, Nina Hagen , the Simpsons, medicine besides leeches, feminism and civil rights, heavy metal, and comic books.   But there are a lot of bad things about it: pollution, atomic bombs, […]

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ANOTHER LACUNA IN THE DISCOURSE: GLOBALIZATION

  It’s impossible to have a good discussion of globalization for two dumb avoidable reasons and one very good reason.   The two dumb reasons misconceptions which are shared by both the left and the right, which guarantees that no one has an incentive to challenge them.   Misconception one: globalization is one thing. The fact […]

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american school reform: a real heartbreaker

This is not a “how to reform schools” rant. That is another web page of mine. This is more like WHY IS IT SO EFFING HARD TO EVEN TALK ABOUT REFORM IN THIS FUCKING COUNTRY.   All discussions of reform seem to get hung up on 2 issues, both defined by the American right: unions […]

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