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Life is beautiful! Que bella!

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Yah, because its my day. Pop on.

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Some activities I completed today for open-steward; they are specifications for fund raising specific technology designs.

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Sometimes i walk around the body and squat low to peer at the tiers and under, like the timers at the tracks before race time.

A drifet?

Just wondering which. The pits try to mek these gummy and stick to that pavement with a hug greeted at reunions to meet I haven't seen the film(s) but know that there are other styles of race.

Shibuya intersection. Busy evening crowd. Supper time. Racing for pinks approaches.

You're kidding.

Slowmo. Bullet time.
Drifting through
Yes?
through
And?
through a biusy crowd of people.
hm.

So weaving while drifting?
(dodging an empty can of melloyello)

We should put a, um, reminder about no pedestrians
harmed?

What an image.




Driver's ed, circa 1989.
Will the wies guy trying to steer with his knees swithc out to the back seat now? Ok, brake really hard. Now. Release it right away.

Notice the car still rolled forward?

Brake, gradually.

(I noted the difference at LAguna Seca a decade later)

The other day, he told me that you need to go in slow to go faster. The tires stuck and I tried to keep momentum forward. Well, drift is dramatic though. The hairpin at Turn 14 like that would take me into a wall though. Take care behind the wheel, all.

Furiously,
Cheers.
[jp] doko deshita ka?

It was well past the supper hour when I hopped back on the train at Shibuya station. If you ask me now, I still say the intersections of light, crossings and masses are a wonder. The obligatory blue haired girl was there too, singing with a an impromptu rok band outside the station. The light crowd was casual yet not a rei in sight. All hurring home or to their tiny nitgh spot to gagther.

Get lost.

Well, Id did. Tokyo in early 2000 was still for the tokions. [jp] niongo still dominated. Kana was ok for me but the station tickettos were for locals. I spent twenty minutes matching symbols to a map to find the right farely close I got and boarded the outbound train leaving Tokyo.

I fell asleep.
Where wre you?

Awakenings.

I was hping for the stop at my hotel. He said it was for those people on the Diet. The only spot to eat I saw was a crowded coffee shop with young ladies dressed in cute gingham style.

Today at the crossing, he told me he met her twenty nine years ago while waiting tables and with her he found Him, and lives for His will. Nothin to brag, just somthing to tunnel through to the heart. Praise be known.

My link, a young man's views of Shibuya and surrounding. Enjoy the montage writ and seen and felt historyed.

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[jp] doko deshita ka?

It was well past the supper hour when I hopped back on the train at Shibuya station. If you ask me now, I still say the intersections of light, crossings and masses are a wonder. The obligatory blue haired girl was there too, singing with a an impromptu rok band outside the station. The light crowd was casual yet not a rei in sight. All hurring home or to their tiny nitgh spot to gagther.

Get lost.

Well, Id did. Tokyo in early 2000 was still for the tokions. [jp] niongo still dominated. Kana was ok for me but the station tickettos were for locals. I spent twenty minutes matching symbols to a map to find the right farely close I got and boarded the outbound train leaving Tokyo.

I fell asleep.
Where wre you?

Awakenings.

I was hping for the stop at my hotel. He said it was for those people on the Diet. The only spot to eat I saw was a crowded coffee shop with young ladies dressed in cute gingham style.

Today at the crossing, he told me he met her twenty nine years ago while waiting tables and with her he found Him, and lives for His will. Nothin to brag, just somthing to tunnel through to the heart. Praise be known.

My link, a young man's views of Shibuya and surrounding. Enjoy the montage writ and seen and felt historyed.

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Update, may 5 2017 friday

May I? {aka the pickup artist}
There is something to be said about adolexcelnt youth. Mfurst trip to D.C was not with a crowd of kids, but with the parents and sis. The three of them paid no mind a few rows down the subway train as I opened chat with a young commuter, no further my senior year but obviously working day and on a rather dull ride until? I?

Just furiously curious. That is all. Learned, ask lots of questions and be interested. IT is a reward in itself. People are rather interesting.

Sister commuter, I hpe that day was a good one at the office or campus quad. Even a small guy can have an ego. Smiles. Cheers.

A subway with memories. Ah.

Found this announcement this morning. IT looks of interest. A congressional representative from the U.S. government will be there as a guest.


WHAT
Conference call on cyber espionage on American businesses

WITH
Representative Jim Himes
Connecticut’s 4th Congressional District;
Ranking Member, NSA and Cybersecurity Subcommittee
of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence;
Chair, New Democrat Coalition

WHEN
Wednesday, April 12
1:00 p.m. ET / 10:00 a.m. PT


If unable to attend on the time, may still register for a recording of the conference call.


To register: http://action.businessfwd.org/page/m/3b1a3fa9/4636069a/b7bcc4b/4a68c9d/3458923194/VEsD/

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This is a wonderful video.  It's a playful take on a job that's tougher than the Peace Corps.  For sureness you do not have to travel around the world to find her, and through you this loves labor is surely not lost.   Thank you moms! #mothersday   #worldstoughestjob  

To the folks at Klean Kanteen, your products are well designed. The wide mouth does make a difference. I have your 20oz and 18oz stainless food jar for carrying lunch out or a picnic with the kids. They're heavier than what I'm used to, but I look forward to insulated soups and hot lunches that are still warm.

#bringyourown

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This is a useful standby for any web development work.  I just installed the 64-bit version on my laptop to upload some designs I made in html to a web server host.  I noticed it has packed more features over the years, which is good.  Thanks guys for putting this out on the 'net.
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