19, 2009 -
The view of Mt. Fuji from my
apartment building this morning
2009 - A Medley of Christmas songs, sung for you by
Santa Mickey himself (all 5 videos are in a playlist, and should play
back-to-back, non-stop) Happy Holidays from Santa Mickey!!
Click on the playlist icon
above to select the other 4 videos.
(Or play the entire playlist in new window here.)
Dec. 13, 2009 - 12 Days of Christmas Charity
Telethon & Tweetathon by Scott Fox
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Dec. 12, 2009
Blue Ocean Shiodome 2009, one of the most spectacular Xmas
light shows I've ever seen (near
JR Shimbashi Station in Tokyo)
2009 - Beautiful Golden Ginkgo Trees in
Tokyo, Gaien Ichou Namiki Dori (Ginkgo Avenue)
Nov. 19, 2009 -
Photoshopper-in-Chief Al Gore
nonexistent hurricanes to cover of his new
State University hurricane expert Ryan Maue
book cover shows 4 nonexistent hurricanes....one off the coast
Florida spinning in the wrong direction (hurricanes in the northern
hemisphere rotate counter-clockwise) and another on the equator off the
coast of Peru (a physical impossibility for hurricanes). Also, no
arctic ice is shown, yet snow still remains over Alaska and
Canada. And OOPS, what happened to Cuba, Baja California, and part of
Central America? Oh well, no longer any need for a Panama Canal.
Nov. 15, 2009 -
Tokyo Joe helps judge a kids'
English speech contest
6, 2009 - Sunset over the Edo River in Tokyo
Oct. 30, 2009 -
Americans advised to avoid
The U.S. Embassy continues to recommend that American citizens avoid
frequenting bars and clubs in the Roppongi area of Tokyo due to
drink-spiking incidents. The U.S. Embassy continues to receive reliable
reports of U.S. citizens being drugged in Roppongi-area
bars. Most reports indicate that the victim unknowingly drinks
a beverage that has been secretly mixed with a drug that renders the
victim unconscious or stuporous for several hours, during which time
large charges are fraudulently billed to the victim, sums of money are
charged to the victim's credit card, or the card is
stolen. Victims sometimes regain consciousness in the bar or
club, while at other times the victim awakens on the
street. Assaults on Americans have also been reported in
connection with drink-spiking. The Embassy issued a warden
message on July 10, 2009.
(Editor's note: But Japan is a SAFE
Oct. 25, 2009 -
Jesus Okuma, the hottest blues
guitarist in Katsushika Ward, Tokyo
All 8 videos are in a playlist and will play continuously, non-stop.
View in separate window here.