13 March 2013 ~ 2 Comments

The NinGendo Game System: Play At Your Own Risk!

The NinGendo Game System: Play At Your Own Risk!
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First, a little about how this game was conceived… A while back, in an effort to maintain sanity amidst absurdity, I’d taken to avoiding looking at Japanese people by walking through the streets of Yokohama with my head down. Sounds ridiculous, I know, but I’m dead-ass serious! I still do it, sometimes. Enter, or sometimes even approach, […]

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10 May 2011 ~ 17 Comments

Back to Life Blog Party #4: J Skool rocks!

Back to Life Blog Party #4: J Skool rocks!

Yep, it’s about that time again! First a little mood music from the maestros De La Soul w/ Q-Tip! So, like, yeah, it’s your boy, Loco, back spinnin’ the platters that matter. I’m so pumped that you guys are digging my little blog party so far, and we ain’t about to let up. So, the […]

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09 August 2010 ~ 5 Comments

Mi kasa su kasa (re-post)

Another rainy day in Yokohama…I “borrowed” an umbrella today and it reminded me of a post I’d written last year. Thought I’d pull it out of the archives for you guys. It’s one of my faves. If you’ve never read it, enjoy. If you have…hope you’ll enjoy it, again (-; As I laced up my boots preparing to […]

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28 April 2010 ~ 1 Comment

Loco in Yokohama, The Movie-Scene 3: Sometimes a dream is just a dream

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 For All English version click here . FADE IN TITLE Sometimes a dream is just a dream  FADE OUT TITLE  EXT. YOKOHAMA-SAME MORNING   Loco walks away from a fairly modern apartment complex.  Still high from his dream, he has a bounce in his step, pride in his stride. He walks upright, confident and poised, basking in the morning […]

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25 April 2010 ~ 3 Comments

Loco in Yokohama, the movie- Scene 2 (eng): It all started with a dream…

Loco in Yokohama, the movie- Scene 2 (eng): It all started with a dream…

日 本語は、ここをクリックしてください。 FADE IN TITLE: It all started with a dream… FADE OUT TITLE NARRATOR (V.O.) It all started about a few months ago, with a dream he’d been having off and on for over a year… FADE IN EXT. MOUNT FUJI- MORNING Mt. Fuji, peaked with snow, fills the screen, not unlike the Paramount logo. Then we zoom […]

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21 April 2010 ~ 5 Comments

Loco’s back!

Thank you all for your patience (assuming you were all just sitting around waiting for me to get it together.) Well the wait is over: Loco’s Back! Got myself a new self-hosted blog and spanking new logo and banner, and a bunch of other doodads to make my blogging life a little easier and your […]

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10 April 2010 ~ 17 Comments

Yokohama, in living color pt.4: Hanami in Yokohama

Yokohama, in living color pt.4: Hanami in Yokohama

Took a little stroll around Yokohama last week, to an area not too far from Ishikawacho station. There ‘s a lovely historical district, and a quiet park there with Sakura (cherry blossoms) galore. Here are the pics: Ah, Spring! Loco

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04 April 2010 ~ 49 Comments

Ambassador Extraordinaire

I was reading through my post from a year ago and came across a comment I wrote in response to a reader’s comment.  I had written the post in response to a Japanese reader’s advice as to how I should respond to Japanese people who avoid me out of fear of me. My response was […]

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08 December 2009 ~ 17 Comments

Mi kasa su kasa

Mi kasa su kasa

As I laced up my boots preparing to leave my house, I realized that the noise that had awakened me an hour earlier than my alarm and the sound I’d been trying to ignore all morning was the patter heavy rain makes on galvanized metal, like the kind on my neighbor’s porch roof.  I turned to my right, in the vestibule, and […]

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23 November 2009 ~ 9 Comments

Waikiki via Japan pt.4

Waikiki via Japan pt.4

Waikiki is really beautiful despite the efforts of commercialization! I could almost see what it used to be before it became what it is now. Like the original wood moldings carved by Italian artisans in the late 1800s that resides beneath the atrocious peeling lead-based paint in a Brooklyn brownstone.  I would have loved to have experienced that Waikiki. But, […]

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