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Name: Yoshida Yui
Gender: Female
Hometown: San Francisco
Home country: USA
Current location: Northern California
Member since: Mon Sep 9, 2013, 04:28 AM
Number of posts: 35,907

About Me

Japanese/Hawaiian native- born in San Francisco. Dean Democrat. Previous student in Asian Studies at the University of California at Berkeley. Yoshida family originally from Miyazaki Japan. Liliko'i family from the big Island of Hawaii, Buddhist: Jodo Shu ("The Pure Land School"). Cannabis User (Medical).Asian music lover! On twitter: @yuiyoshida1987. Favorite movie of all time:Shin Godzilla. Favorite Game: Monster Hunter Word: Iceborne. PLAYING now: Ghost of Tsushima -- by birthright I am an Onna Bugeshia! Faito!! Ganbarimasu.

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Leehom Wang kiss goodbye

Kung Hei fat Choi !!! happy New Years to My Asian friends celebrating the SPRING FESTIVAL !

Kung Hei fat Choi !!! happy New Years to My Asian friends celebrating the SPRING FESTIVAL !

MY good friend Atsu! I miss you



A few years back I got to spend a week hanging out with the lead singer of Buck-Tick.. one of Japan's top Jrock Bands. He has
since left the internet and concentrates on his craft.

FLOW - Sign

BUCK-TICK Kemonotachi no Yoru (Beasts of Night)

BUCK-TICK / 「ドレス」ミュージックビデオ "DRESS"

ALICE NINE











Taxi in the moon / THE KING OG'S

A 'Scary' Survey Finding: 4 In 10 Republicans Say Political Violence May Be Necessary

The mob that attacked the U.S. Capitol may have been a fringe group of extremists, but politically motivated violence has the support of a significant share of the U.S. public, according to a new survey by the American Enterprise Institute (AEI).

The survey found that nearly three in 10 Americans, including 39% of Republicans, agreed that, "If elected leaders will not protect America, the people must do it themselves, even if it requires violent actions."

That result was "a really dramatic finding," says Daniel Cox, director of the AEI Survey Center on American Life. "I think any time you have a significant number of the public saying use of force can be justified in our political system, that's pretty scary."

The survey found stark divisions between Republicans and Democrats on the 2020 presidential election, with two out of three Republicans saying President Biden was not legitimately elected, while 98% of Democrats and 73% of independents acknowledged Biden's victory.

The level of distrust among Republicans evident in the survey was such that about eight in 10 said the current political system is "stacked against conservatives and people with traditional values." A majority agreed with the statement, "The traditional American way of life is disappearing so fast that we may have to use force to save it."

https://www.npr.org/2021/02/11/966498544/a-scary-survey-finding-4-in-10-republicans-say-political-violence-may-be-necessa?utm_campaign=storyshare&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_medium=social
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