So, I started this site so I could share with you, as well as anyone else, the beauty of the exotic, from the exotic to the unique, from the unique to the weird, from the weird to the rare, from the rare to the obscure. I hope you enjoy my posts, and I’m always happy to hear from you.
What the heck is up with that last one? And where did I even get that idea from? My own website is called “I am the weird.” I was just going to link to it, but you get what I mean.
This is a reference to the recent (relatively, anyway) high-profile (and somewhat controversial) case of the “Kotaku article” by Casey Neistat. When a Japanese man who was in the US for a month, was recently arrested for “conspiracy to commit murder”, for allegedly plotting to kill Japanese tourists in New York. The Kotaku article was actually a joke.
Neistat was arrested for the same crime that was alleged in the Kotaku article. In fact, the Japanese embassy in the US was very angry at the Kotaku article because it implied that the Japanese government wanted to kill Japanese tourists in the US. Neistat was arrested not by the FBI, but by the Japanese Consulate in the US, for “witness tampering” which involves allegedly planting evidence to make the Japanese government look bad.
Neistat has been charged with “obscenity, perjury, and making false statements” for allegedly making the article. According to the police, she’s been arrested for lying on a flight from Japan to the US and for trying to plant evidence in New York. The FBI is said to have been involved, but there’s no evidence that it did anything.
The police are also not buying the story of the “bizarre story of the Japanese Consulate” they are apparently investigating. I was just watching a video of the Japanese Consulate (which actually looks great) and it’s definitely not as weird as the video I saw. The police are also looking into the possibility that the victim could be a spy, but I think the police need to take a look at that themselves before acting on it.
The strange story of the Japanese Consulate is certainly interesting. It has been reported that the Japanese Consulate is located on the shoreline of the island nation of Okinawa, which is located off the coast of Japan. The consulate is supposedly the only official body for the island nation, and it has been there for a long time. They use the island nation as a place to house their diplomatic affairs, but I don’t know how well they have any ties to the nation on the mainland.
As a tourist who’s been in both locations, one thing I noticed when I visited the consulate is how orderly and clean everything is. In the island nation, there are many streets that are paved or have large stone squares, which indicates that there are government offices or other buildings placed along these roads. In Japan, there are no paved roads or squares, so it looks like there is no official government building on Okinawa.
I’m not sure if it really matters to people who visit Okinawa. For me, it mattered because I lived there for a year and I was really amazed at how well maintained everything was. The buildings were all well-built, and there wasn’t a single broken window on any of the buildings. In Japan, it’s only a few days before a city is fully rebuilt, so the only thing that matters is that it looks good.
I would have to agree. I was surprised that there wasnt a single broken window on the buildings I lived in. On the other hand, I was surprised that there wasnt a single cracked window on the buildings I lived in. They are both pretty impressive buildings, but I have a feeling that when I was there, I wasnt really looking for that.