Conversation of the Day

As I mentioned before, my friend Heather works at NHK. There’s something I kind of love about other countries as they toss “politically correctness” threw the window. Eg. The Spanish Bball teams team picture at the Olympics this summer or Italy’s “Anti-Zingari” laws. Well, at NHK, Heather is the sole Jewish girl and I guess you can say it brings her opportunities…. Like she had to interview a Rabbi because shes “the jewish.”
Here’s the latest: so i go down stairs with my co workers for our buildings holiday party and my correspondent scoops humus onto my plate and says, “you like because you are the jewish, right?”
Sent at 2:28 PM on Wednesday
me: HAHAHA yeah
welcome to my world

December 11, 2008. Tags: , , , , . Uncategorized. Leave a comment.

Separation of Church and State

JUST KIDDING!  I’m definitely not going to tackle that serious issue.  But that’s how I explained my distaste for Obama-frenzy to my friend Heather, a reporter for NHK, which for those of you who don’t know is like the CNN or BBC for Japan.   As I am Heather’s live source for all things poppy, she’s mine for all things political, and I provide her with great outlandish quotes and soundbites.  When you wake up in Heather’s house, you wake up to MSNBC, and one morning, groggy, I said, “I’m sooo over Obama.  I believe in a separation of church and state.” (more…)

December 4, 2008. Tags: , , , , . Obama. Leave a comment.