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Elon Musk even looks creepy. Yuck. (and what the hell sort of name is that?)
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Tbh I doubt most of the non-Japanese people who can't speak a sentence are living there since it's Tokyo, but some are obviously relying on girlfriend's as translators lol..

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Did you do Japanese at school? Some people seem to have a real affinity for languages. I don't think I do. I studied Indonesian for about 4 years and have been there more than 20 times and I'm still not fluent. Admittedly my brain is probably screwed by all the medication I took for years - but you've also got to keep practising. I just forget the words all the time.

Japan looks nice. My son likes it there and he said I should go and have a look. He likes Osaka better than Tokyo though, can't remember why. (oh, might have been Kyoto)
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Did you do Japanese at school? Some people seem to have a real affinity for languages. I don't think I do. I studied Indonesian for about 4 years and have been there more than 20 times and I'm still not fluent. Admittedly my brain is probably screwed by all the medication I took for years - but you've also got to keep practising. I just forget the words all the time.

Japan looks nice. My son likes it there and he said I should go and have a look. He likes Osaka better than Tokyo though, can't remember why.
No I taught myself on/off for a while, but then gave up. I'm far from fluent in Japanese though.

I think Osaka has a different vibe from what I've heard online, more laid back. Tokyo is a world city and they tend to be a bit insane and hectic.

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No I taught myself on/off for a while, but then gave up. I'm far from fluent in Japanese though.

I think Osaka has a different vibe from what I've heard online, more laid back. Tokyo is a world city and they tend to be a bit insane and hectic.
Yeah - it looks fantastic. I'd probably love it. I think it might have been Kyoto he liked, I get confused sorry. He Skyped us when he was there one time at that Shibuya crossing one night. Looked great. One thing I noticed is they seem to have a big Kinokuniya bookstore right there at the crossing - so I should go over and have a look just for that. I like their bookshops.

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Speaking of great cities - and that movie I mentioned before, "Her" was filmed largely in Los Angeles but also in the business district of Shanghai. It had some great night scenes - especially out of his apartment window.

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Speaking of great cities - and that movie I mentioned before, "Her" was filmed largely in Los Angeles but also in the business district of Shanghai. It had some great night scenes - especially out of his apartment window.
It was a realistic looking future Los Angeles, this was a video about it that I liked:

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It was a realistic looking future Los Angeles, this was a video about it that I liked:

That's a great little film - thanks a lot for showing me that. It's very clever how they fused the two cities and inserted Shanghai in there without you really noticing.

Have you ever been to Bangkok? I'm a big fan of the original Blade Runner movie and Bangkok at night in the rain is about the closest I've seen to many bits of that film. A bit scungy and with the overhead Skytrain. Plus lots of concrete. I love it.
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Why yes. That's exactly how the human mind works. You've solved it. Give yourself a hand.

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Sometimes, SA is a symptom of significant developmental, attachment or interpersonal trauma (emotional neglect counts). If you're still stuck after you've tried SA treatments such as CBT and exposure, research C-PTSD and see if it resonates. Here's an awesome resource. Complex PTSD: From Surviving to Thriving
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That's a great little film - thanks a lot for showing me that. It's very clever how they fused the two cities and inserted Shanghai in there without you really noticing.

Have you ever been to Bangkok? I'm a big fan of the original Blade Runner movie and Bangkok at night in the rain is about the closest I've seen to many bits of that film. A bit scungy and with the overhead Skytrain. Plus lots of concrete. I love it.
Yeah, I'm glad you liked it.

I haven't been there, I've only traveled in Europe and Turkey.
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