Trump Elected World President in Japan!
Swiped this, title and all, from John C. Wright, who notes –
It is not clear to me whether this charming weirdness is meant to mock Trump or applaud him, or just a neutral bit of fun that means nothing. For myself, I like Trump better, seeing this.
Posted on November 11, 2016, in ...The Hell Is This?, Fun Stuff and tagged ...the hell?, fun stuff, love letter to japan. Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.
I have two posts on Trump at my website, wondering what you think:
I speak in Trump’s voice
A sex story involving the Donald. 😉
If you care to, check it out and give me your feedback. Doesn’t have to be good, can be a comment at my site or yours.
First link – not bad.
I’ve wondered about verbal dexterity quite a bit over the years. I don’t know how many times I’ve heard someone try to articulate an idea, a smart one, and get shouted down by pseudo-intellectuals for “not making sense” or being “incoherent.” Instead of trying to help the speaker find the right words, they just lambast the person to score smugness points (and to discredit the idea)
Second link – Yeeahhh, I skipped that one. I did like the honesty of the disclaimer at the top, though… “I’m writing this solely to boost my site!” Funny.
I wish I could help you out on that video Mr. NSR, but . . .
Well, there’s this:
Fair enough, Night Sky Radio.
I’ll take batting .500 with you. It’s a hell of a lot better than zero.
BTW, I’m going to start coming to your website more and more. Since you are the music pro, can I make a request? Talk eurodance and/or synthesizer music. If you know anything about that or even if you just skim things off the Net, that’d be awesome. I have half-formed plans to go into music, and this would help me.
And I write about music on my site — if you want me to write about anything (anything at all) simply make a request and I will at gregnikolic.wordpress.com . . .
NSR, just in case you have not been able to enjoy the infinite potential of PPAP, I offer this “Death Note” cover. Like Bach’s Goldberg variations, like the fourth movement of Schubert’s “Trout” quintet, this “variation on a theme” must surely be a timeless masterpiece that will define music for decades, nay, centuries to come. Please ponder it!
How I persisted with the empty meaningless void of voidiness that was my bleak shell of a life without this video, I will never know.