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06-16-2008, 12:53 AM
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Ah thanks my good man, and welcome back!
Anytime OJ, and thank you.

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06-16-2008, 02:43 AM
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OJ ha, jouzu na posta desu ne.

I'm impressed that you can eat tofu left-handed. My own style is very right-handed.

I'm jealous. I was happier in Japan than in Germany.

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06-16-2008, 03:14 AM
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OJ ha, jouzu na posta desu ne.

I'm impressed that you can eat tofu left-handed. My own style is very right-handed.

I'm jealous. I was happier in Japan than in Germany.
As a beer lover, I am jealous that you probably have/had lots of quality beer, instead of getting draft in a can and being told it's the best thing around. Atleast our local micro brew puts out two good ones, but they're expensive.

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06-16-2008, 03:45 AM
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As a beer lover, I am jealous that you probably have/had lots of quality beer, instead of getting draft in a can and being told it's the best thing around. Atleast our local micro brew puts out two good ones, but they're expensive.
Do you really want to be known as Biruonomu_jouzu?

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06-16-2008, 08:00 AM
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Do you really want to be known as Biruonomu_jouzu?
I think being called "nombe" (gnome-bay, "lush" in Kansai dialect) is plenty...

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I heard that OJ also wins his fair share of drifting competitions in Japan with his new GT-R. He's *****in'

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06-16-2008, 09:52 AM
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Hooray for OJ

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His avatar pwns.
not as cute as your ass though....

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not as cute as your ass though....
I didn't send you those pics yet... Oh, the avatar. You meant my avatar. I knew that. LOL.

















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06-16-2008, 07:28 PM
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I heard that OJ also wins his fair share of drifting competitions in Japan with his new GT-R. He's *****in'
Dude, you would crap at how cheap you can find used GTRs over here. Or anything actually. BMW 7 series for 2000 bucks with less than 100 000 km and stuff. Crazy.

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06-16-2008, 08:50 PM
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Dude, you would crap at how cheap you can find used GTRs over here. Or anything actually. BMW 7 series for 2000 bucks with less than 100 000 km and stuff. Crazy.
Wow, that's insane. Maybe you can smuggle one of the Bimmers to Canada piece by piece would ya?

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Wow, that's insane. Maybe you can smuggle one of the Bimmers to Canada piece by piece would ya?
Well get this. If you live in the country or own the car for 6 months, I believe you can ship them just about anywhere for roughly 1000 bucks (the cost to rent the ship container basically). Now, assuming you don't need any emissions modifications (most new ones don't, and I believe any car older than 15 years old doesn't), then you're finished, and you have an awesome cheap car.

There may be catches involving models, and by that I mean you might not be able to import models that are sold in the country it's going to, but if you owned the car for those 6 months (maybe it's a year now), I think you get by home free.

Let's just say I have my eye on a BMW 6 and 8 series that I'd like to take home as a souvenir. I don't drive here because there are train stations everywhere, even out here, but it'd be almost silly to wait until I get home and pay way more for a used car that has been in crappy weather and salt all its life.

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06-17-2008, 02:57 AM
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wow
I ve always wondered, are the Bmers and Mercedes rh ?
I want one !

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Well get this. If you live in the country or own the car for 6 months, I believe you can ship them just about anywhere for roughly 1000 bucks (the cost to rent the ship container basically). Now, assuming you don't need any emissions modifications (most new ones don't, and I believe any car older than 15 years old doesn't), then you're finished, and you have an awesome cheap car.

There may be catches involving models, and by that I mean you might not be able to import models that are sold in the country it's going to, but if you owned the car for those 6 months (maybe it's a year now), I think you get by home free.

Let's just say I have my eye on a BMW 6 and 8 series that I'd like to take home as a souvenir. I don't drive here because there are train stations everywhere, even out here, but it'd be almost silly to wait until I get home and pay way more for a used car that has been in crappy weather and salt all its life.
You should first look into what you can bring back to Canada. The car has to be ridiculously old, just to be allowed in, or it has to be made in North America, when I last checked. I'm not sure how people got around that with new cars bought with in the US, but I also looked at these issues here. I think that the US is more permissive, and Australia even more so.

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06-17-2008, 04:17 AM
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Me too.
I'd be happier still in Nassau .

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Overrated.

He never captained Kelowna.

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Do you really want to be known as Biruonomu_jouzu?
Biruonomu jouzu ? Ha ha ha (with japanese accent in laugh).

Ever since Belushi in Samurai Drycleaner, I figure I've got the japanese accent down pat. All I need now is vocabulary and grammar and I'm all set...

So how do I say Ohashi Jouzuは大きいポスターである


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06-17-2008, 09:11 AM
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wow
I ve always wondered, are the Bmers and Mercedes rh ?
I want one !
LH and RH galore...

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Biruonomu jouzu ? Ha ha ha (with japanese accent in laugh).

Ever since Belushi in Samurai Drycleaner, I figure I've got the japanese accent down pat. All I need now is vocabulary and grammar and I'm all set...
Hahaha, you know, after living here all these years and having heard a ridiculous amount of laughter I was disappointed to find that it doesn't resemble the good ol' movies. Don't feel bad though, I continue to employ the classic.

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So how do I say Ohashi Jouzuは大きいポスターである
Answer: The dude who's good with chopsticks is a major poster. Although I believe people would be running to check out the skyline around Dontombori (the Glico Man area) in Osaka to find what the heck you were talking about.

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06-17-2008, 10:27 PM
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Respect.
Iie. Kochira koso. (No, no. It is I who should say that to you.)

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Hum, the Ohashi_Jouzo appreciation thread with Ohashi_Jouzo having the most posts in it... Shouldn't you just relax and take all the appreciation instead of posting?

Seriously man, kudos for still following hockey while being in Japan....

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Hum, the Ohashi_Jouzo appreciation thread with Ohashi_Jouzo having the most posts in it... Shouldn't you just relax and take all the appreciation instead of posting?

Seriously man, kudos for still following hockey while being in Japan....
Haha, just trying to be a good host!

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I started this thread because since i have been in here, Ohashi_Jouzu has always been very nice to all in here, he was always present with a good and very informed reply to any question and he's a very patient and tolerant person.

When a newcomer comes in here and reads his posts, he wants to stick around because its evident the guy knows his hockey and makes the Habs board a better place.

And i just wanted to make it known that his contribution is noticed and very much appreciated!

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I started this thread because since i have been in here, Ohashi_Jouzu has always been very nice to all in here, he was always present with a good and very informed reply to any question and he's a very patient and tolerant person.

When a newcomer comes in here and reads his posts, he wants to stick around because its evident the guy knows his hockey and makes the Habs board a better place.

And i just wanted to make it known that his contribution is noticed and very much appreciated!
Calm down there Pierre McGuire.

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Calm down there Pierre McGuire.
Speaking of monsters...

Just got back from a small monkey invasion of my school. 6 monkeys, and one of them got in a window on the ground floor that one of the kids must have left open during cleaning time (yup, kids clean their own schools here in little military organized groups). The ones outside were scared away pretty quickly (kids were on their way to the school bus, and of course all the girls are screaming and the guys chasing after them). The one in the hallway was a little bit more of a situation, as the doors to outside were closed, and he was between us and them. Small buggers, and unpredictable, but luckily smart. He found his window and got the f out of dodge in no time.

Japan, I tells ya. Always something.

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