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November 13, 2006



The Japan ads are a lot easier to digest than their American counterparts.

My first rig was a 700 MHz PC, and I swore by windows throughout university and into my first job, but have been a mac user for almost 2 years now.

The only thing that I don't like about Macs over PCs is the pretentious, snobby, "I listen to indie music to be cool" image that comes along with them.

In regards to Rahmens, I had seen them once or twice appearing on variety shows, and I never really paid any attention to their stand up, but that "Lesson on Japanese Culture: Sushi" clip had some promise. I enjoyed that.


Rahmens is everywhere these days. But I think more foreigners recognize them that nihonjin. J-culture is funny that way.


All three ads can be seen with English subtitles here:


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