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Lessons were awesome! Every goes with super high speed. I get the feeling I learned more than in the rest of my life. Anyways. I'm again at my room in the residence and a classmate showed me the bigger convenience store. I think it's called the seveneleven? And again I bought a lot of ...
... it was a happy discovery! Everywhere seemed pretty busy so it was obviously a popular area, can't believe I didn't find it sooner! In the end I opted for Italian and it was pretty much the only place that bad any space available! And it had wifi too so at least I could have a convo or two whilst sitting in the restaurant on my own like a loser! Although I'm actually quite used to it now to be honest and kind if like ...
... which each competitor took his place. The Dohyo was around 18 feet square and 2 feet high and it also had an inner circle, in which the bout was confined. Over the Dohyo and suspended from the ceiling by cables was a tiered roof, resembling a Shinto shrine.
It had four giant tassels hanging from each corner, signifying the seasons of the year and above it hung a huge Japanese flag. Annabelle started papping straight away. Chris had ...
... to watch our plane soar off back into the past. Again we were stuck. After going over our very few options we were told the next plane out was scheduled for the following day at 7:15 pm. Like Marty Mcfly minus the space time continuum conundrum we were stranded. We walked the length of terminal 1 trying to figure out what to do when we noticed people surrounding an airport cart. A closer inspection revealed a ...
... heartfelt firsthand account of Rakuten Eagles senior adviser Marty Kuehnert's rough struggle for survival during and after the quake. Thank God he's OK.
The widespread use of Twitter, Facebook, cell phone mail and related technologies, incl., Skype, helped save thouands of lives and oragnize details quickly...Keep using 'em!
The rolling blockout for this part of Tokyo, Ota-ku, north of Kawasaki, begins ...
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