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John Lee
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hi:
can anyone share free isp information in japan? i know there is one (livedoor.com), but it went bankrupt.
thanks,
John Lee
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greeting from tokyo!
just when i thought i am out of luck, i found there is LAN support inside my room.
this is the first time i visit japan. i get here in tokyo at 1 pm local time. it took another 3 hours to arrive at the hotel. the hotel locates in downtown tokyo, a place called shibuya. the room is cozy and well equiped. after settling down, i took a walk with colleagues. this part of the city is pretty hilly. it is so crowed in downtown tokyo around 6 pm sunday evening, maybe no surprise there.
Anonymous
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Don.
are you really in Tokyo?
or is this a joke?
Weren't you chinese american?
Axel
Michael Morris
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are you really in Tokyo?
Someone spilled some Saki on him and his nueral network got wet. When it dries out again he'll remember where he is.


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John Lee
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my ip address:
61.206.230.20
can anyone verify?
[ May 25, 2003: Message edited by: Don Liu ]
Jim Yingst
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Yup, that's what we have logged for your post.


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John Dunn
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Sh** man! WHY are you ~really~ in Japan???!!!
UH-OH!! (read link...)


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John Dunn
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Come on Don, stay in and read a good book. How 'bout this: Good Book Link
John Lee
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Originally posted by Jim Yingst:
Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum viditur.

anything said in Latin sounds profound
John Lee
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Sola lingua bona est lingua mortua.
Michael Morris
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Sola lingua bona est lingua mortua
"The only good language is a dead language." Is that right?
John Lee
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Cogito, ergo sum.

Latin Phrases for all occasions
Michael Morris
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Romani ite domum -- Monty Python
Jim Yingst
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Right. Now don't do it again.
John Lee
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Jim Yingst
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"All right, but apart from the sanitation, medicine, education, wine, public order, irrigation, roads, the fresh water system and public health, what have the Romans ever done for us?"
John Lee
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enough for today!
the first day at work, i got an earthquake. our office is on the 5th floor of a 11-floor building. the building is shaking. i don't know what to do. i had a similar one a few years back in california, that happened when i brush my teeth in bathroom. but that is an one-story building. so i think they are definitely at different alarm level.
Thomas Paul
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Originally posted by Don Liu:
i had a similar one a few years back in california, that happened when i brush my teeth in bathroom.
I would suggest you stop brushing your teeth!


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Arjun Shastry
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It seems Don is telling the truth.
Don is scared


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John Lee
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Originally posted by Thomas Paul:
I would suggest you stop brushing your teeth!

have you been to california or japan?
Jamie Robertson
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Don, you must have taken that $10/hour job posted a few months back! Is it enough to live on?! :roll:
Jamie Robertson
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Originally posted by Jamie Robertson:
Don, you must have taken that $10/hour job posted a few months back! Is it enough to live on?! :roll:

I was referring to this one
Michael Morris
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Don is scared
I hope he was wearing his Depends.
Michael Morris
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"All right, but apart from the sanitation, medicine, education, wine, public order, irrigation, roads, the fresh water system and public health, what have the Romans ever done for us?"
Maybe Don isn't an adroid but the genius child of Nortius Maximus and Incontinentia Buttocks. Or might his father have been the infamous Biggus Dickus? Na, I'll stick with the nose.
John Lee
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this is my 3rd day in japan. so far, one of my impression is too much people. on the way to work, there are several major inter-section. many times when we were waiting for green light to cross the street, i turned around to find several hundred of people were waiting behind us too.
another impression is that most cars on the street are japanese car, but some of them are not same as we see on the US street. i guess they are modified to be smaller to fit in crowed japanese street. but i did find bmw, mercedez, audi, volvo, jeep cherokee, jeep wrangler, land rover.... they are easier to recognize, i am sure there are more. many japanese ride motorcycle.
Jason Menard
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One time, after getting ourselves a little lost wandering the streets of Tokyo, we asked a police officer standing on a corner for directions back to our hotel. His response: "Go down street that way [points] about three blocks. There will be police officer on corner. Ask other police officer." :roll:
Francis Siu
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this is my 3rd day in japan. so far, one of my impression is too much people.
Wow..........Don
If it is not joke
I know where you are.
渋谷区
Did you try to eat japanese food?
It is very delicious,because I tasted it in Hong Kong
I suggest you go to some small street to teste some local food.
here
If you see some chinese language and do not know the meaning,please post to it,I can help you to find what it means
But if related to the address,you can write it down on paper and give some people to see where it is.But actually,you are hard to find some people who know english.
[ May 27, 2003: Message edited by: siu chung man ]

Francis Siu
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Originally posted by Don Liu:
this is my 3rd day in japan. so far, one of my impression is too much people.

The irony of that is that the remark is that it has been made by a Chinese


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Francis Siu
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my ip address:
61.206.230.20
can anyone verify?

I only know it is class A ipv4 address.
Do you know the relative ipv6 address?
If you know, I can identify where excitly you are.
Thomas Paul
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my ip address:
61.206.230.20
can anyone verify?

It's the IP address of the Japan Network Information Center.
 
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