Monday, March 20, 2006

kenkawoyamete(knock it off!)

When boys compete, you win...

When many boys compete again and again, you win big...

Saturday, March 18, 2006

Learn Japanese and French online

There are several blogs and sites I visit regularly to brush up my Japanese and French:



Miserarete ~ Judy Ongg

The most beautiful and talented woman on earth...
The original idea was to project the image of Aegean Sea onto her dress, but apparently the projector didn't work...

安全地帶 : サザン・ウインド & 中森明菜 : new york story

田原俊彦 : TANGO NOIR & 中森明菜 : 愛しのサブリナ

cute Toshi and sweet Akina

河合奈保子 : サザン・ウインド & 中森明菜 : 南回帰線

鄉裕美 : 北ウイング & 中森明菜 : 一番野郎

Looks like Hiromi just had a face lift accident..

Yokan 2

When a relationship is about to end, sometimes all you want is an answer, it really doesn't matter what the words are..

Lyrics by : Ryo Asuka
Composed by : Ryo Asuka
Arranged by : Kazuo Shiina
If I would be disliked by you ultimately
I want you to loathe me
Instead of the pretentious tenderness
I want to hear the truth
I'm always dragged
by the very thoughts of you
"I don't wish to lose this love"
That is the only thought I had
I don't understand you
My lips are very hot from biting

It doesn't matter how you put it
please give me an answer
I am already exhausted

I can't move on into tomorrow
You keep entering and leaving (my thoughts)
I want you to acknowledge your sins
If it were a dream, I'll be welcoming dawn
I don't understand you
My heart is choked with presentiment
It doesn't matter how you put it
please give me an answer
I am already exhausted
It doesn't matter how you put it
please give me an answer
I am already exhausted

Monday, March 13, 2006


News about BBM fans support made it into headlines news in Taiwan dailies:

斷背山未奪最佳影片小金人 美影迷登報為李安嗆聲
2006/03/13 11:15







Saturday, March 11, 2006


A new rendition by Razor Ramon Hard Gay, a straight comedian in Japan

Do you remember which Japanese singer did the first Japanese version of YMCA? It was Hideki Saijo in 1979!

Friday, March 10, 2006

BBM ~ Japanese site

Of course, I have to post a Japanese link

In today's Daily Variety magazine..

Thursday, March 09, 2006

Show your support...

To all my fans and blogging brothers, please feel free to cut and paste this to your blogs and forward the press release to major media outlets in your country.

March 9, 2006
For Immediate Release
Contact: John Wells at 917-715-9263 or Linda Andrews at 210-885-4882

Hollywood, California-In an unprecedented show of support for Brokeback Mountain, a website discussion board has spearheaded a campaign to collect donations from around the world to place ads in trade and national publications in support of the movie. In the first 48 hours, the group raised nearly $16,000 from over 400 contributors, and a team of volunteers designed a full page color ad to run in the March 10 Daily Variety.

The ad campaign was started by members at the Ultimate Brokeback Forum as a positive way to deal with their emotions surrounding Brokeback Mountain’s loss for Best Picture at the Academy Awards. Instead of responding in anger, members wanted to find a way to thank the cast and crew of the film and to find a way to highlight Brokeback Mountain’s unprecedented string of Best Picture wins.

The disparate group quickly decided to start an ad campaign, and soon word spread to other sites, and donations started to pour in from around the world. “I think most fans of the film were stunned by the Best Picture surprise, which raised the question of how and why the Academy could have been so out of sync with virtually every other organization that awarded Best Picture honors," site organizer Dave Cullen said in explaining why so many diverse people worldwide were donating to the campaign.

According to industry watchers, no movie has generated this sort of fan response after a loss for Best Picture. Fans are happy their support for Brokeback Mountain is becoming part of industry lore. They hope that others looking for a way to honor Brokeback Mountain as the Best Picture of 2005 will contribute to the campaign, so more ads can run to help raise awareness that the film garnered nearly every Best Picture award bestowed for 2005. “Only one major organization did not name Brokeback Mountain as Best Picture,” says campaign chair Peter Greyson.

In part, this one snub for Best Picture was why those involved with the campaign wanted to send a clear message that Brokeback Mountain was embraced by people around the world as well as highlight their gratitude for the film and remind people of the spirit of the film as expressed by Ang Lee: “[Jack and Ennis] taught all of us who made Brokeback Mountain so much about not just all the gay men and women whose love is denied by society, but just as important, the greatness of love itself.”

The organization spearheading the ad campaign is the Ultimate Brokeback Forum, hosted at The forum has 2,500 members and in only three months of operation is averaging 12,000 unique visitors each day and over 200,000 page views. For more information you can find them on the web at

A copy of the ad going into the Daily Variety can be found at:

Monday, March 06, 2006

More Mokun

So gay..

In case you are wondering what he is singing about.. use Gatsby hair wax and have a fabulous life!

I wish I were the baby

Mokun now in his 40's, so hot... only wish if I were the baby...

BTW, the baby is saying in Japanese, "Stop it, you are hurting me, your stubble.."

Should I get a hair cut like his next time?

Friday, March 03, 2006


The best actress in a leading role goes to..


The best picture goes to.....