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5 years 50 weeks ago, 1:20 PM

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fun times in TEXAS..

have four extra tickets for the Robbie Knievel (son of Evil Knievel) Event at the Ford Center next weekend

in Beaumont , Texas , if anybody wants them.

He's going to try to jump 1,000 Obama supporters with a bulldozer.

Should be a good time.

Let me know?

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5 years 50 weeks ago, 1:24 PM

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lmao!!!

will they be on fire too?

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5 years 50 weeks ago, 2:33 PM

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beaumont is long way from dallas. it just south of houston. almost 400 mile from where ryo and family live. it little bit older town. think was actual there before houston was there. date back to time of texas revolution. nice place and nice people. sometime smell like refinery though. nasty oil and chemical smell. there is good food there too at good bbq place and steak house place and is local micro brew beer place there that my pops say make very good beer. ryo not like beer. like sake and like brandy but just not like taste or beer.
hope you enjoy trip and have lot fun. can bring rifle and other weapon to shoot at range there too. or think can rent weapon to shoot there. will ask my pops when he get home and get back to you.

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5 years 50 weeks ago, 2:37 PM

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lil dragon

what does sake taste like?

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5 years 50 weeks ago, 2:39 PM

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kerosene. Warm sake is wonderful.

5 years 50 weeks ago, 2:42 PM

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i mean

what's the closest thing to it

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5 years 50 weeks ago, 2:44 PM

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hug e bear about sake

hug e bear well samD almost right. cold sake taste bit like mix of gasoline and dishwater, but hot sake like magic taste so very very good. can do in microwave if not overdo but is better if put sake is clay sake service bottle and heat in pan of boil water.

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5 years 50 weeks ago, 2:45 PM

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5 years 50 weeks ago, 2:52 PM

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i've always

wanted to try it

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5 years 50 weeks ago, 2:58 PM

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ryo think must be culture thing cause hot sake to nihongi taste is like nectar and samD must be drink cheap sake cause good sake not taste like vodka ryo not think. taste very very good if warm or hot, ryo like it and soup very hot and little brother like it warm not very hot. is culture thing ryo guess cause nihongi children are raise on it almost from birth. is not consider like alcohol drink is more consider like everyday food so nihongi children drink cup or two sake almost everyday. is good for blood nihongi doctor will tell you.

hope all of you will go and look at picture of Bionix II IAV that ryo and little brother have put up for everyone to enjoy. have make answer to clint chan question at picture of AK 5 Basic rifle about bofors company and give source to make clint chan happy so he can check for self. clint chan like keep ryo on toes so ryo do better job research and document about article and stuff ryo write about and put on site.

samD san and reaper chan. hope that ryo contribution to site is satisfactory. ryo like contribute to site and hope more people especial more young people will come and join site and contribute also. ryo learn big lesson last night about tree hugger people who think we all should go prison or something just cause we believe in constitution and right to bear arm neh. (neh is nihongo word that mean, are you with me so far. and if do follow then correct answer is also neh, just say little bit different and this mean hai hai am with you so far.) these people want take away our right and are also mean to good people who come here. could not believe some stuff they say last night about such very good and kind and decent men like friend charley9toe and ssrs10! we need get more member and more young member and circle wagon to protect selves from these mean and angry people.

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5 years 50 weeks ago, 3:10 PM

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Couldn't tell the difference in it. Mamasan loves it when we go get Sushi.
samD loves ebi, sashimi mostly. Tempura veggies and teriyaki steak or chicken yakatori. Love wasabi, ichi ban! Mamasan love bento boxes. I like Kirin beer. Love Kobe beef also.
Sake is rice wine for ebear edification and you know how much flavor rice has.

5 years 50 weeks ago, 3:23 PM

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kobe is huge city that famous for beef. can get here in dallas at Central Market if not mind pay about 32 dollar per pound neh. ryo also like tempura veggies and teriyaki steak, but not like taste of teriyaki on chicken yakatori or wait, think mean takatori if you talk about chicken on stick like kabob think. or wait no, cause it not matter. would be yakatori in yamato ben and takatori in kansai ben. ryo and brother were raise to speak nihongo in kansai ben form. is like dialect neh. kansai ben is less formal and from southwest area of big island of honshu, south and west from start at osaka. yamato, (or sometime tokyo) ben is from the 9 province area of the yamato plain at which start is tokyo and go north from there. the yamato plain is also the rice bowl of nihon and there is major rice farming done in region.

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5 years 50 weeks ago, 3:29 PM

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sake es muy bueno

a hefty shot dropped in a nice cold kirin...mmmmmm. I can drink one or twelve of those

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5 years 50 weeks ago, 3:30 PM

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Like a boilermaker. Yech, have died a thousand deaths doing that!

5 years 50 weeks ago, 6:29 PM

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kamikaze,

word is aglutinative word. nihongo is aglutinative language. we take two or more word and glue them together to make nother word. can get very complicate too because there is no limit to number of word you glue together. in this case are two word, kami and kaze, word kami mean spirit or could mean divine as in case here. second word, kaze is simple yamato ben word for wind, so kamikaze literal transelate into divine wind. is pronounce like so: kah mee kah zay. vowel i as use in romajii (romajii is just english alphabet character) sound like long e sound. vowel e if alone without other vowel next to it sound like long a sound.

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5 years 48 weeks ago, 10:56 PM

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love sake dude....but i have to disagree with you on beaumont. no offense to people who live there cause they are badass but beaumont sucks the big one...with all the nut hairs too.

"Guard against the impostures of pretended patriotism" -George Washington, Farewell Address, September 19, 1796

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