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RE: Migrant invasion of Europe
I get that this thread is mostly about Muslims but I dread flying back home and dealing with blacks, Puerto Ricans and cunty white women. Ugh..Japan is spoiling things for me. I know this isn’t my country and it ain’t perfect but I am incredibly jealous at what they have.

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Go travel they said.

Travel makes you open minded they said.
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(Yesterday 07:33 PM)SamuelBRoberts Wrote:  Mexican places in Tokyo beat the shit out of the ones in California, even the "amazing spots that only locals know about!". It's weird, but true.

Turns out it's not THAT hard to cook a damn taco.

Culture matters. Japanese have an obsession with taking something and making it better until they perfect it. Sushi masters learn how to cook rice for like 10 years before they even get to the fish. I got a long lecture from my girl here because I recycled a plastic bottle into the wrong container. At first I thought "who gives a shit?" But then as I'm learning more and more about this country, I'm thinking, "the reason why stuff here is amazing is because people give a shit". They understand that it starts with an unrecycled bottle and ends with a broken-down public transportation system. Everybody contributes and everybody seems to get it. It's a beautiful thing to watch.

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(Today 12:27 AM)TigerMandingo Wrote:  
(Yesterday 07:33 PM)SamuelBRoberts Wrote:  Mexican places in Tokyo beat the shit out of the ones in California, even the "amazing spots that only locals know about!". It's weird, but true.

Turns out it's not THAT hard to cook a damn taco.

Culture matters. Japanese have an obsession with taking something and making it better until they perfect it. Sushi masters learn how to cook rice for like 10 years before they even get to the fish. I got a long lecture from my girl here because I recycled a plastic bottle into the wrong container. At first I thought "who gives a shit?" But then as I'm learning more and more about this country, I'm thinking, "the reason why stuff here is amazing is because people give a shit". They understand that it starts with an unrecycled bottle and ends with a broken-down public transportation system. Everybody contributes and everybody seems to get it. It's a beautiful thing to watch.

Just don't look too closely into those trash cans or you'll realize that the "recycled PET bottles" actually go into the same garbage bag as the rest of the stuff.

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(Today 12:27 AM)TigerMandingo Wrote:  
(Yesterday 07:33 PM)SamuelBRoberts Wrote:  Mexican places in Tokyo beat the shit out of the ones in California, even the "amazing spots that only locals know about!". It's weird, but true.

Turns out it's not THAT hard to cook a damn taco.

Culture matters. Japanese have an obsession with taking something and making it better until they perfect it. Sushi masters learn how to cook rice for like 10 years before they even get to the fish. I got a long lecture from my girl here because I recycled a plastic bottle into the wrong container. At first I thought "who gives a shit?" But then as I'm learning more and more about this country, I'm thinking, "the reason why stuff here is amazing is because people give a shit". They understand that it starts with an unrecycled bottle and ends with a broken-down public transportation system. Everybody contributes and everybody seems to get it. It's a beautiful thing to watch.

Just don't look too closely into those trash cans or you'll realize that the "recycled PET bottles" actually go into the same garbage bag as the rest of the stuff.

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(Yesterday 09:32 PM)nomadbrah Wrote:  Go travel they said.

Travel makes you open minded they said.
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(Today 12:27 AM)TigerMandingo Wrote:  Culture matters. Japanese have an obsession with taking something and making it better until they perfect it. Sushi masters learn how to cook rice for like 10 years before they even get to the fish. I got a long lecture from my girl here because I recycled a plastic bottle into the wrong container. At first I thought "who gives a shit?" But then as I'm learning more and more about this country, I'm thinking, "the reason why stuff here is amazing is because people give a shit".
I was in Taiwan. They aren't as perfectionist as the Japanese (差不多), but I loved the food there.

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(Today 04:58 AM)Leonard D Neubache Wrote:  
(Today 12:37 AM)SamuelBRoberts Wrote:  
(Today 12:27 AM)TigerMandingo Wrote:  
(Yesterday 07:33 PM)SamuelBRoberts Wrote:  Mexican places in Tokyo beat the shit out of the ones in California, even the "amazing spots that only locals know about!". It's weird, but true.

Turns out it's not THAT hard to cook a damn taco.

Culture matters. Japanese have an obsession with taking something and making it better until they perfect it. Sushi masters learn how to cook rice for like 10 years before they even get to the fish. I got a long lecture from my girl here because I recycled a plastic bottle into the wrong container. At first I thought "who gives a shit?" But then as I'm learning more and more about this country, I'm thinking, "the reason why stuff here is amazing is because people give a shit". They understand that it starts with an unrecycled bottle and ends with a broken-down public transportation system. Everybody contributes and everybody seems to get it. It's a beautiful thing to watch.

Just don't look too closely into those trash cans or you'll realize that the "recycled PET bottles" actually go into the same garbage bag as the rest of the stuff.

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Recycling is totalitarian mind control bullshit though.

The kind of thing that high IQ women come up with to increase their soft power.

If plastic is a problem or batteries are a problem, then ask industry to pay for it. Make a law saying no plastic allowed. I'm not going to stand around dividing my bodily waste into various different trashcans.

Homogenous countries suffer from this, it's too easy to exploit "it's for the best of everyone".

Yeah, it's the principle and all that, yet recycling is still a communist-green mind control instrument.
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I love the idea of recycling and would be happy to put plastic bottles into appropriate trash containers, but I don't see the point since the waste that I painstakingly and lovingly divided is then shipped off to China to be dumped into the ocean. It's a colossal scam.

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(Today 12:37 AM)SamuelBRoberts Wrote:  
(Today 12:27 AM)TigerMandingo Wrote:  
(Yesterday 07:33 PM)SamuelBRoberts Wrote:  Mexican places in Tokyo beat the shit out of the ones in California, even the "amazing spots that only locals know about!". It's weird, but true.

Turns out it's not THAT hard to cook a damn taco.

Culture matters. Japanese have an obsession with taking something and making it better until they perfect it. Sushi masters learn how to cook rice for like 10 years before they even get to the fish. I got a long lecture from my girl here because I recycled a plastic bottle into the wrong container. At first I thought "who gives a shit?" But then as I'm learning more and more about this country, I'm thinking, "the reason why stuff here is amazing is because people give a shit". They understand that it starts with an unrecycled bottle and ends with a broken-down public transportation system. Everybody contributes and everybody seems to get it. It's a beautiful thing to watch.

Just don't look too closely into those trash cans or you'll realize that the "recycled PET bottles" actually go into the same garbage bag as the rest of the stuff.

Pretty sure you know that is not true. Its almost impossible to avoid suburban PET recycling plants in Japan. The bales of plastic are two or three stories high. Japan also has a 100% garbage pick up rate and the advanced incinerators are struggling to have enough actual garbage to process. Even their water system is insane. You are probably drinking the cleanest* water in the world, despite it having gone from Asahi pints through your bladder and into the toilet about a dozen times before being drunk again as a glass of water.

But to be fair, any waste management program is going to have its organized crime connection, so I am sure a lot of that shit gets dumped somewhere off the radar.
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(Today 04:58 AM)Leonard D Neubache Wrote:  
(Today 12:37 AM)SamuelBRoberts Wrote:  
(Today 12:27 AM)TigerMandingo Wrote:  
(Yesterday 07:33 PM)SamuelBRoberts Wrote:  Mexican places in Tokyo beat the shit out of the ones in California, even the "amazing spots that only locals know about!". It's weird, but true.

Turns out it's not THAT hard to cook a damn taco.

Culture matters. Japanese have an obsession with taking something and making it better until they perfect it. Sushi masters learn how to cook rice for like 10 years before they even get to the fish. I got a long lecture from my girl here because I recycled a plastic bottle into the wrong container. At first I thought "who gives a shit?" But then as I'm learning more and more about this country, I'm thinking, "the reason why stuff here is amazing is because people give a shit". They understand that it starts with an unrecycled bottle and ends with a broken-down public transportation system. Everybody contributes and everybody seems to get it. It's a beautiful thing to watch.

Just don't look too closely into those trash cans or you'll realize that the "recycled PET bottles" actually go into the same garbage bag as the rest of the stuff.

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