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Nyango Star: The Heavy Metal Cat Mascot Saving a Japanese Farm

Last night this showed up in my YouTube feed... not sure what that says about my viewing habits or if YouTube was really trying to impress me with their AI (it did impress me):

and there's a story behind it.....

How to properly dance to "Get Lucky"

it fits so well with Soul Train! times looked pretty funky back then!

Send some love to YuiYoshida please

She is currently in the hospital, I won't disclose why because that's personal. She doing well but being in a hospital no matter what just sucks in general. I hope you all can send her a little get well love because she is such a loyal member to DU and my best friend.

hugs all.

Americans and Koreans trade snacks!

The woman who woke up sounding Chinese

The most awesome Omurice in Kichi2, Kyoto Japan: YUMMY!

Shit Asian Moms Say

A Marijuana Museum Will Open in Los Angeles


"It is the first Weedmaps Marijuana Museum in California, which will show visitors the history of marijuana consumption over the years, including places, periods and manner in which it has been consumed.

Weedmaps is a company that specializes in helping medical and recreational marijuana patients find doctors, dispensaries, stores and other services since 2008.

The company revealed the museum's plans via a YouTube video, and on Twitter.

"We are very proud to announce the Weedmaps Museum of Weed, which will open in Los Angeles in early 2019," the company said in a tweet. "We are taking a step back to review the crucial moments in the #marijuana world and the historical milestones in #marijuana's history that led us to where we are today."

Conan rents a family in Japan

Goodbye my Gao Gao :(

Gao Gao, a giant panda who lived at the San Diego Zoo for many years, returned to China this week. The panda was in San Diego on a research loan agreement with the People's Republic of China as conservationists worked to save the species from the verge of extinction over the past couple of decades.

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