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by kawaii_ninja:hellokitty.com

I’ve noticed some of my pictures weren’t resolving, which is due to a problem with the site I host my pictures through.  It should be up soon though.

Gone for a whole year?!

by kawaii_ninja:hellokitty.com

O.o  I can’t believe I haven’t updated for a year!!  I have been gone most of it though.  I have some pictures from when I was away and some Aquarium and Snowboarding pics as well from since I got back.  Dunno when I will have time to write something up though, I’ve bitten off more than I can chew with school.  I really really really wanna get done with my BS this year, I was planning on being done by this last semester but I missed several semesters while I was gone. ; ;

In the meantime, here’s some pics of Jomon Period pottery.   The Jomon were the first civilization to arise in Japan, and is dated from between 10,500 – 300 BCE.  That’s freaking old!!  Their pottery is considered to be the oldest found in the world, but the stuff that interests me is the crazy cool looking stuff from their later periods.  This spring K and I plan on visiting one of their bigger archeological sites, not too far from here actually.

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I got these pics off of Wikipedia and e-yakimono.net


Technical Difficulties

by kawaii_ninja:hellokitty.com

We seem to be experiencing some technical difficulties…apparently my computer refuses to see my CD-Rom drive, and insists on calling it a 3.5″ floppy drive XD  No idea, been working on it for a week now, but my new camera says “I must install the software before hooking up the camera to my computer.”  So until I get that sorted out I can’t post any more pictures, and I don’t want to post my writing without the pictures.

But here’s some random stuff in the meantime :D Oven


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by kawaii_ninja:hellokitty.com

I was at work this morning (on a Saturday) and a little before 9 I felt the biggest earthquake I’ve felt since I got here.  It kept going on and on for 2 or so minutes and it turns out it was a 7.0.  I’m not sure exactly how far away it was but I’m guessing around 150-200 kilometers (100ish miles) south of here according to the maps.   I hope everyone is ok there.

A co-worker mentioned this site: http://earthquake.usgs.gov/eqcenter/recenteqsww/Quakes/us2008tgah.php

Pretty cool site that updates every hour with worldwide seismic activity.

Cat titled Stationmaster by Japanese Train Company

by kawaii_ninja:hellokitty.com

I found this article here: http://www.japanprobe.com/?p=4389

It’s awesome, this cat named Yama sits at the station everyday and has become a favorite of passengers. There’s even Yama souvenirs^^

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