God Is Coming!

God Is Coming!


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Kato, do you believe in God?

Diane, how come you ask me such an eternal question?

Am I offending you by any chance, Kato?

No, you’re not.  But they say, don’t talk about politics and religion if you get along well with your neighbors.

So, you mind my questioning about God, don’t you?

No, Diane, not at all.

But you seem to avoid answering my question.

Well…, tell you the truth, Diane, I believe in many gods.

I’m talking about God, Kato,—not many gods.

I know, but I enjoy Christmas.  I attend the funeral directed by a Buddhist priest as well as marriage ceremonies directed by a Shinto priest.  I also cerebrate the New Year’s Day at a Shinto shrine.  Therefore, I’d say, I’m multi-religious.

So, you believe in many gods, don’t you?

Yes and no.

What do you mean by that?

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Kato, I don’t think you’re quite serious.

Believe me, Diane, I’m dead serious.

Are you sure?  In any road, how come you’ve brought up today’s religious theme—“God is coming!”

A good question, Diane… Last night, I happened to read a short story written by James Herriot.

Oh… what kind of story is that?

It goes like this…

 

God is Near!


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“You know, Mr. Herriot, it will be my turn next.”


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“What do you mean?”

“Well, tonight Ben has gone and I’m going to be the next one. I just know it.”

 


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“Oh, nonsense! You’re feeling a bit low, that’s all. We all do when something like this happens.”

“I’m not afraid.  I know there’s something better waiting for me. I’ve never had any doubts. But I have only one fear.”

“What is it, Miss Stubbs?”

“It’s the dogs and cats, Mr. Herriot. I’m afraid I might never see them when I’m gone which worries me so. You see, I know I’ll be reunited with my parents and brothers, but … but …”

“Well, why not with your animals?”

“That’s just it.  They say animals have no souls.”

“Who says?”

“Oh, I’ve read it and I know a lot of religious people believe it.”

“Well, I don’t believe it.  If having a soul means being able to feel love and loyalty and gratitude, then animals are better off than a lot of humans. You’ve nothing to worry about there.”

“Oh, I hope you’re right. Sometimes I lie at night thinking about it.”

“I know I’m right, Miss Stubbs, and don’t you argue with me. They teach us vets all about animals’ souls.”

“I’m sorry to bore you with this and I’m not going to talk about it again. But before you go, I want you to be absolutely honest with me. I don’t want reassurance from you–just the truth. I know you are very young but please tell me.  What are your beliefs? Will my animals go with me?”

“Miss Stubbs, I’m afraid I’m a bit foggy about all this.  But I’m absolutely certain of one thing. Wherever you are going, they are going too.”

“Thank you, Mr. Herriot, I know you are being honest with me. That is what you really believe, isn’t it?”

“I do believe it.  With all my heart I believe it.”


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Author Profile: James Herriot

 

Oh, Kato, this is a nice and lovely story.

I know you love this story.  That’s why I’ve decided to talk about “God is coming!” today.

So, Miss Stubbs believes in God, doesn’t she?

Yes, of course, she does.  Miss Stubbs was bed-ridden.  Hanging from the old brass gas bracket on the wall above her head is the following strip of cardboard about eight inches long with plain lettering:

 


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So, Kato, James Herriot is your favorite writer, isn’t he?

You’re telling me, Diane.  I love his short pooch stories.

 

All Creatures Great And Small

Documentary Part 1

All Creatures Great And Small

Documentary Part 2

All Creatures Great And Small

Documentary Part 3

All Creatures Great & Small

Set Visit 1985

World of James Herriot

 

Oh, Kato, you’re an enthusiastic fan of James Herriot, aren’t you?

Yes, I am.

Miss Stubbs and James Herriot believed in God, but you don’t believe in God, do you?

Diane, you aren’t self-centered nor self-righteous, are you?

No, I’m not self-centered nor self-righteous.

I thought you were open-minded.

Yes, I’m still open-minded.

Yet you’re still asking me such a mind-crashing question, aren’t you?

Kato, you’re over-reacting.

Then why don’t you ask me to take a forest-bathing, instead of asking me about God?


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Oh, that’s another thing I’m worried about you, Kato.  Don’t confine yourself in the library.  Instead, take a stroll in Stanley Park and enjoy forest-bathing.

Diane, focus on the matter in hand.  We’re talking about God.

So, Kato, you believe in God or what?

To tell you the truth, Diane, I believe in Providence.

Oh, do you?  But what do you mean by Providence?

Last night I watched the stars in the sky.

Oh, did you?  What happened?

Nothing seemed to happen.  Everything was so quiet and still, but I knew that a traffic cop is working in the whole universe.

Who on Earth is the traffic cop you’re talking about?

That traffic cop is Providence.

Kato, I don’t understand what you’re talking about.

You see, Diane, most of us were sleeping in the middle of night.  Nobody seems to suspect that we are actually moving faster than the fastest vehicle on Earth.

World’s Fastest Car 439Km/h!

Are you saying the earth is moving faster than the above car?

Yes, I am.

You must be kidding!

Earth Rotation & Revolution

around a moving Sun

You know what, Diane? … The Earth is travelling around the Sun at a speed of 29.78 km/s—that is, 107,200 km/h!

No kidding! … 107,200 km per hour?  That’s 244 times as fast as the fastest car on Earth.

That’s right!

So what’s got to do with Providence?

You see, Diane, the Earth travels at a speed of 107,200 km/h!  Yet no traffic accidents have taken place in the universe since the human beings appeared on Earth, where there are so many traffic deaths everyday.

So, you’re saying, there must be a traffic cop in the universe, and this cop is Providence.

You’re telling me, Diane.


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Well…, what do you think about a traffic cop in the universe?

Do you believe in this traffic cop?

Here is an interesting clip.

Earth Orbit

Do you know that the Earth is rotating at about 2.9 miles (4.64 Km) per second?

The Earth is also travelling around the Sun at a speed of 29.78 km/s—that is, 107,200 km/h!

The Sun is travelling around the Milky Way galaxy at a speed of about 142.9 miles (228.6 Km) per second.

And the Milky Way galaxy (and thus the Sun and the Earth) is travelling—relative to other galaxies—at a speed of about 3,728.23 miles (5,965.23 Km) per second.

Amazing, isn’t it?

In any case, I expect Kato will write another interesting article soon.

So please come back to see me.

Have a nice day!

Bye bye …


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If you’ve got some time,

Please read one of the following articles:


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Life or Death

Way to Millionaire

Adele Hugo

Middle Sexes

Romance@Madison

Hacksaw Ridge

Eight the Dog

Halloween@Shibuya

Chef Babette


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Ramen Boom

from Korea

Omakase@Sushi

Crocodile Meat

Killer Floods

Climate of Doubt

Glory of Death

Big Mystery

Hitler and Trump

Hot October

2018 BC Ballot

Bach Collegium Japan

Dolly the Sheep

Golden Shower

Cleopatra

Strange Love

Quartet

Unknown Tragedy

World War B.C.

Mystery of Dimension

Call Girl Mystery

Typhoon & Emperor

Popes@Spotlight

Fireflies

Richard III

Savage vs. Civilized

Submerging Island

Adele Hugo

Banana @ Eden


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Hi, I’m June Adams.

Kato is a real movie lover, who tries to watch 1001 movies.

As a matter of fact, he has already accomplished his goal.


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『Actual List』


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Kato watched “The Arabian Nights” or “One Thousand and One Nights” as his 1001st movie.

You might just as well want to view it.


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The stories in “the Arabian Nights” were collected over many centuries by various authors, translators, and scholars across West, Central, and South Asia and North Africa.

The tales themselves trace their roots back to ancient and medieval Arabic, Persian, Indian, Egyptian and Mesopotamian folklore and literature.

In particular, many tales were originally folk stories from the Caliphate era, while others, especially the frame story, are most probably drawn from the Pahlavi Persian work Hazār Afsān which in turn relied partly on Indian elements.

What is common throughout all the editions of the Nights is the initial frame story of the ruler Shahryār and his wife Scheherazade and the framing device incorporated throughout the tales themselves.

The stories proceed from this original tale.

Some are framed within other tales, while others begin and end of their own accord.

Some editions contain only a few hundred nights, while others include 1,001 or more.


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ところで、愛とロマンに満ちた

レンゲさんのお話をまとめて

『レンゲ物語』を作りました。

もし、レンゲさんの記事をまとめて読みたいならば、

次のリンクをクリックしてくださいね。

『愛とロマンのレンゲ物語』


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『軽井沢タリアセン夫人 – 小百合物語』

とにかく、今日も一日楽しく愉快に

ネットサーフィンしましょうね。

じゃあね。


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Adele Hugo

 

Adele Hugo

 


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Kato, who is Adele Hugo?


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Diane, have you ever heard of Victor Hugo?

Yes, of course I have… He is one of the world-famous French writers, isn’t he?

So, you know about him, don’t you?… Actually, I’ve written an article about him and his famous novel.


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『パリの日本人』(A Japanese in Paris)

It is written in Japanese… So, unfortunately, you cannot read it… Anyway, in the above article I talked about his famous novel—“The Hunchback of Notre Dame.”  Diane, have you read the novel?

Yes, I read it a long time ago.

By the way, Diane, have you watched the following movie?

The Hunchback of Notre Dame

Trailer (1939)


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No, I haven’t, but I viewed the following musical:


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So, Diane, you like musicals, eh?

Yes, I do… Talking about Victor Hugo, is he famous even in Japan?

Oh, yes!  When I was a kid, I read a story about the struggles of ex-convict Jean Valjean.


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Did you like it?

I didn’t like it too much, but one scene was clearly implanted into my mind.

What kind of scene is that?

Well… Valjean, using the alias Monsieur Madeleine, has become a wealthy factory owner and is appointed mayor of a certain town. Walking down the street, he sees a man named Fauchelevent pinned under the wheels of a cart. When no one volunteers to lift the cart, even for pay, he decides to rescue Fauchelevent himself. He crawls underneath the cart, manages to lift it, and frees him.


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The town’s police inspector, Inspector Javert, who was an adjutant guard at the Bagne of Toulon during Valjean’s incarceration, becomes suspicious of the mayor after witnessing this remarkable feat of strength. He has known only one other man, a convict named Jean Valjean, who could accomplish it.


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How old were you when you read it for the first time.

I was ten or eleven years old, I suppose.

So, you were an avid reader, eh?

No, not really… in those days, the story of Jean Valjean was quite popular among the children of my age… so, naturally it interested me to a great extent.

Kato, have you watched the movie lately?

Not recently, but I watched it a few years ago.


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“Actual Page”

So, you watched it on April 8, 2016, huh? … How did you like it?


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I wasn’t impressed so much as I read the original story.

Talkng about Adele Hugo, is she related to Victor Hugo?

Yes, of course, she is the youndest daughter of Victor Hugo.

Adèle Hugo


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(28 July 1830 – 21 April 1915)

 

Adèle Hugo was the fifth and youngest child of French writer Victor Hugo.
She is remembered for developing schizophrenia as a young woman, which led to a romantic obsession with a British military officer who rejected her.
Her story has been retold in film and books, such as “The Story of Adele H.

Childhood

Adèle Hugo was raised in a cultured, affluent home in Paris, the youngest child of Adèle (née Foucher) and Victor Hugo, France’s most famous writer.


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Adèle Foucher

Adèle enjoyed playing the piano, and was known for her beauty and long dark hair.
She sat for portraits by several well-known Parisian artists.

In 1851, the Hugo family moved to the island of Jersey, after Victor Hugo was forced into political exile.
The family remained on the Channel Islands until 1870.
It was in Jersey that Adèle met Albert Pinson, the object of her obsession.

Illness and pursuit of Albert Pinson

Signs of mental illness became apparent in Adèle in 1856.
Adèle became romantically involved with a British army officer, Albert Pinson.

Pinson proposed marriage to Adèle in 1855, but she rejected the proposal.
Adèle had a change of heart, wanting to reconcile with Pinson, but he refused to be involved any further with Adèle.
Pinson continued his military career, being sent to the Sixteenth Foot Regiment in Bedfordshire in 1856, where he seldom saw Adèle.
Pinson then went to Ireland in 1858, upon promotion to lieutenant, where he was stationed until 1861.

Despite Pinson’s rejection, she continued pursuing him.
Pinson developed a reputation for living a “life of debauchery”.

Adèle followed him when he was stationed to Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada in 1863.
Adèle’s family worried for her well-being, and tried to track her whereabouts by letters.

In 1866, Pinson was stationed to Barbados, the British colonial centre in the Caribbean region.
He completely abandoned Adèle when he left Barbados in 1869.
Adèle did not find her way back to France until 1872, and in the interim, the Hugo family was unable to track her activities.

The mystery of Adèle’s life in Barbados may have been revealed in an anonymous letter to the editor—signed only “P”—published in the New-York Tribune on May 27, 1885.
The head of the Catholic mission in Trinidad, Cathonoy, gave a similar account of Adèle’s wretched situation in Barbados in a letter dated September 8, 1885.
He relates an incident where he met a Barbadian woman of African descent, named Madame Céline Alvarez Baa, who requested that a mass be said for Victor Hugo after news of the author’s death.
Curious to know the reason for Madame Baa’s interest in Victor Hugo, Cathonoy asked questions, and learned that Madame Baa had given Adèle shelter when she was abandoned on Barbados, where she was known as “Madame Pinson”.

Adèle had been found wandering the streets, talking to herself, detached from her surroundings.
Madame Baa took the initiative to take Adèle to her family in Paris.
Adèle was then left in medical care.
A grateful Victor Hugo reimbursed Madame Baa for her expenses.

Erotomania

Adèle’s obsession was a manifestation of erotomania.
Along with her other symptoms of mental illness, including hallucinations, Adèle’s condition indicates schizophrenia.

The illness appeared in other members of the Hugo family.
Victor Hugo’s brother Eugène was also schizophrenic.

She was ultimately sent to live in a mental institution for the affluent outside Paris.
She remained there until her death.
Out of Victor Hugo’s five children, Adele was the only one who outlived him.

Much of what is known about Adèle’s life and her pursuit of Pinson comes from her diaries and letters.
Adèle kept a journal while she lived on Jersey and Guernsey, which she titled Journal de l’Exil (Diary of the Exile).
She stopped keeping a diary by the time she landed in Barbados, due to her mental deterioration.


SOURCES: “Adèle Hugo”
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

How come you picked up Adele Hugo all of a sudden?

Well. . . I viewed the film: “The Story of Adele H.” a few years ago.



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“Actual List”

So you’d watched 1,636 movies by May 2017, hadn’t you?

Yes, I had.

So, Kato, you’re a flick maniac, huh?

You’re telling me… Look at Number 1624 in the above list.

So you watched “The Story of Adele H” on May 1, 2017, huh?… How did you like it?

I loved viewing it, which is a quite amazing movie.


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“Actual Page”


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Kato’s Comment

 

This is a 1975 French historical docudrama directed by François Truffaut, based on Adèle Hugo’s diaries.

It shows the life of Adèle Hugo, the daughter of world-famous Victor Hugo, whose obsessive unrequited love for a military officer leads to her downfall and insanity.


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Her father places her in an asylum in Saint-Mandé, where she lives for the next forty years.

She gardens, plays the piano and writes in her journal.

Adèle Hugo died in Paris in 1915 at the age of 85.

Although it is an heartbreaking drama, the film almost appears like a dramedy when Adèle views the show of a greedy hypnotizer.

At the time I laughed my head off to death.

Superb is the performance of 20-year-old Isabelle Adjani as Adèle Hugo.

Did you really laugh your head off to death?

Well… of course, I exaggerated a bit, but the scene appeared quite hilarious… You should view the movie.

I think I’m gonna book the DVD.

You’d better hurry… Four people are still waiting…


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【Himiko’s Monologue】


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Well…, have you ever watched the movie of the Jean Valjean story?

If you speak Japanese, there is a Japanese version.

Here it is.

The following movie was made in 1950.


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Jean Valjean is played by Sessue Hayakawa (早川 雪洲 1889-1973) who starred in Japanese, American, French, German, and British films.

Hayakawa was one of the biggest stars in Hollywood during the silent era of the 1910s and 1920s.

He was the first actor of Asian descent to find stardom as a leading man in the United States and Europe.


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His broodingly handsome good looks and typecasting as a sexually dominant villain made him a heartthrob among American women during a time of racial discrimination, and he became one of the first male sex symbols of Hollywood.

During those years, Hayakawa was as well-known and popular as Charlie Chaplin and Douglas Fairbanks, although today his name is largely unknown to the public.

In any case, I expect Kato will write another interesting article soon.

So please come back to see me.

Have a nice day!

Bye bye …


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If you’ve got some time,

Please read one of the following artciles:


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Life or Death

Way to Millionaire

Adele Hugo

Middle Sexes

Romance@Madison

Hacksaw Ridge

Eight the Dog

Halloween@Shibuya

Chef Babette


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Ramen Boom

from Korea

Omakase@Sushi

Crocodile Meat

Killer Floods

Climate of Doubt

Glory of Death

Big Mystery

Hitler and Trump

Hot October

2018 BC Ballot

Bach Collegium Japan

Dolly the Sheep

Golden Shower

Cleopatra

Strange Love

Quartet

Unknown Tragedy

World War B.C.

Mystery of Dimension

Call Girl Mystery

Typhoon & Emperor

Popes@Spotlight

Fireflies

Richard III

Savage vs. Civilized

Submerging Island


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Hi, I’m June Adams.

Kato is a real movie lover, who tries to watch 1001 movies.

As a matter of fact, he has already accomplished his goal.


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『Actual List』


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Kato watched “The Arabian Nights” or “One Thousand and One Nights” as his 1001th movie.

You might just as well want to view it.


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The stories in “the Arabian Nights” were collected over many centuries by various authors, translators, and scholars across West, Central, and South Asia and North Africa.

The tales themselves trace their roots back to ancient and medieval Arabic, Persian, Indian, Egyptian and Mesopotamian folklore and literature.

In particular, many tales were originally folk stories from the Caliphate era, while others, especially the frame story, are most probably drawn from the Pahlavi Persian work Hazār Afsān which in turn relied partly on Indian elements.

What is common throughout all the editions of the Nights is the initial frame story of the ruler Shahryār and his wife Scheherazade and the framing device incorporated throughout the tales themselves.

The stories proceed from this original tale.

Some are framed within other tales, while others begin and end of their own accord.

Some editions contain only a few hundred nights, while others include 1,001 or more.


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ところで、愛とロマンに満ちた

レンゲさんのお話をまとめて

『レンゲ物語』を作りました。

もし、レンゲさんの記事をまとめて読みたいならば、

次のリンクをクリックしてくださいね。

『愛とロマンのレンゲ物語』


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『軽井沢タリアセン夫人 – 小百合物語』

とにかく、今日も一日楽しく愉快に

ネットサーフィンしましょうね。

じゃあね。


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2002夜物語

 

2002夜物語

 

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デンマンさん。。。 2020夜物語 ではないのですかァ~?。。。


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2020年の夜の物語ではありません。。。 やっぱり、2002夜物語 なのです。。。

千夜一夜物語は聞いたことがありますけれど、2002夜物語 というのは、あまり聞きませんわァ~。。。

ちょっと次のリストを見てください。。。

 


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『拡大する』

『現実主義者@クリスマス』(PART 1)

『不倫と検索』(PART 2 OF 3)

『二千二夜物語』(PART 1)

 

これはGOO の僕の「デンマン ブログ」の1月2日のアクセス解析のリストです。。。 

あらっ。。。 『現実主義者@クリスマス』が投稿されると、この記事がダントツで読まれたのですね。。。

そうなのですよ。。。 ネット市民が 8人だけ読んだわけだけど、この「現実主義者」と名乗る男がネットでかなり有名になっているのですよ!

 


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『現実主義者 馬鹿の見本』

 

つまり、「現実主義者」と名乗る男が 2002夜物語 の主人公ですか?

いや。。。 そうじゃありません。。。 画像検索して 『二千二夜物語』を読んだネット市民がいたのですよ。。。 アクセス元ページ の2番を見てください。。。

あらっ。。。二千二夜物語 denman で画像検索したネット市民がいたのですわねぇ~。。。

そうなのですよ。。。 

 


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アクセス元ページ の2番をクリックすると どのような検索結果が出てくるのですか?

次の検索結果が表示されます。。。

 


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『拡大する』

『実際の検索結果』

『二千二夜物語』(PART 1)


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検索した人は、どういうわけで上の写真に注目したのですか?

この上の写真の人物は、左がイネス・ペルグリーニで向かって右がフランコ・メルリです。。。

『アラビアンナイト』の映画に出てくる場面ですか?

そうです。。。 ピエル・パオロ・パゾリーニ監督が1974年に制作したイタリア映画 『アラビアンナイト』の一場面ですよ。。。 検索した人物は、この映画について調べていたのです。。。

。。。で、記事の中にこの二人について書いてある部分があるのですか?

もちろんです。。。 ジューンさんも改めて読んでみてください。。。

 

アラビアンナイト


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『アラビアンナイト』はピエル・パオロ・パゾリーニ監督の1974年のイタリア映画です。

そのオリジナルのイタリアのタイトルは、「1千と1夜の花」を意味しています。

 

この映画は、古代アラビアのアンソロジー「アラビアンナイト」として知られている「千夜一夜物語」に基づいています。

この映画はパゾリーニ監督の「生命の三部作」の最後の作品です。

あとの2つは『デカメロン』と『カンタベリー物語』です。

 


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パゾリーニ監督は、この映画の主人公として若いフランコ・メルリを抜擢しました。

この映画にはヌード、セックス、ドタバタ喜劇が豊富に含まれています。

物語の中の物語という形でエロティシズムが表現されており、アラビアンナイトの数ある映画の中でも知的で最高水準のものだと言われています。

 

物語は、フランコ・メルリが演じるヌール=ディンという名の純情な若者を中心に繰り広げられます。

彼は奴隷の女の子、ズムルード(イネス・ペルグリーニが演じている)と出会います。

彼女はヌール=ディンを主人として使えることに決めます。

 

そして、彼はズムルードと恋に落ちるのです。

しかし、彼の愚かな間違いによって、ズルムードは誘拐されてしまいます。

それで、彼はズムルードを探しに旅にでます。

 

その間に、ズムールードは脱出し、男として偽装して遠い国にやってきます。

その国で、偶然の幸運に恵まれ王様になるのでした。

 


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一方、他の様々な旅行者が登場して、自分の悲劇的でロマンチックな経験を語ります。

その中の一人は結婚式の当日にミステリアスな女性に夢中になって悲劇的な目に遭います。

また別の男は悪魔にとらわれた女性を解放しようと、さまざまな行動に出ます。

 

その間に、ヌール=ディンはズムルードを探し続けるのですが、さまざまな女性と出会ってエロチックな冒険に巻き込まれてしまいます。

でも、最後にライオンに食べられそうになりますが、そのライオンに導かれて遠く離れた王国に到着し、ズムールードと再会するのでした。

 

 

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SOURSE: “Arabian Nights (1974 film)”, Wikipesia

デンマンさんは、この映画を観たのですか?

もちろん、観ましたよ。。。

 


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『拡大する』

『実際のリスト』

 

2018年の6月28日に観たのですわねぇ~。。。 面白かったですかァ?

マジで面白かった。。。 ジューンさんもぜひ観てね。。。

。。。で、「現実主義者」と名乗る男の記事が読まれましたけれど、この“馬鹿の見本”と上の映画と 何か関係があるのですか?

Good question!  実は、上の映画にはヌード、セックス、ドタバタ喜劇が豊富に含まれているのだけれど、いわば主人公を演じているのがフランコ・メルリなのです。。。

 


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向かって右側の人物ですか?

そうです。。。 この主人公も“馬鹿の見本”のような男なのですよ! ただし、大きな違いがあります。。。 フランコ・メルリが演じるのは“馬鹿の見本”だけれど、微笑(ほほえ)ましい、笑える男なのです。。。

。。。で、「現実主義者」と名乗る“馬鹿の見本”は。。。?

この男は、嫌われ、憎まれる“馬鹿の見本”なのです。。。 でも、記事を読めば笑えますよ。。。 だから、ジューンさんも次の記事を読んでねぇ~。。。

 


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『現実主義者 馬鹿の見本』

 


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【卑弥子の独り言】


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ですってぇ~。。。

あなたも1974年のイタリア映画『アラビアンナイト』を観たくなりましたかァ~?

ええっ。。。 「そんなことはどうでもいいから、他にもっと楽しい話をしろ!」

あなたは、そのような命令口調で あたくしに強要するのでござ~ますわねぇ~。。。

分かりましたわぁ。。。 では、ちょっと次のクリップを見てくださいなァ。。。

思わず笑ってしまいますわ。。。

 


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ええっ。。。? 「犬や猫のことは どうでもいいから他のもっと面白い話をしろ!」

あなたは、更に あたくしに そのような強い口調でご命令なさるのでござ~ますかァ~?

分かりましたわァ~。。。

あなたが、そうおっしゃるのならば、あたくしの個人的なお話しをいたしますわァ。

実は、あたくしの“ヴィーナスのえくぼ”が殿方の注目を集めているのでござァ~ますわよう。

うふふふふふふふ。。。

ええっ。。。 信じられないのでござ~ますかァ?

じゃあ、ちょっと次の検索結果を見てくださいまし。。。

 


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『拡大する』

『現時点での検索結果』

 

「卑弥子 ヴィーナスのえくぼ」と入れてGOOGLEで検索する殿方が多いのでござ~ますわァ。

つまり、あたくしの“ヴィーナスのえくぼ”を目当てにやって来るのですわァ~。。。

うふふふふふふ。。。

あなたも、ビックリするでしょう?

ジムで汗を流して “ヴィーナスのえくぼ”をゲットいたしました。。。


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スタイルもよくなったのでござ~ますわァ~。。。


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いかがでござ~ますか?

でも。。。、でも。。。、“天は二物を与えず”と申します。。。

これほどスタイルが良くなったというのに、あたくしは未だに独身でござ~ますのォ。。。

世の中は、なかなか思うようにゆかないものですわァ~。。。

ところで、あなたは『万夜一夜物語』を読んだことがござ~ますかァ~?

“千夜一夜物語”ではなくてぇ、“万夜一夜物語”ですわ。


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『万夜一夜物語』

デンマンさんが書いたのでござ~ますわよう。

ええっ。。。 10,001の話が書かれているのかってぇ~。。。?

とにかく、上のリンクをクリックして読んでみてくださいませぇ~。。。

あなたも、絶対にビックリするようなお話が出てきますわァ。

『万夜一夜物語』だけでは、物足りないのでしたら、

ジューンさんが登場する面白いお話もたくさんあります。

興味のある方は、どうか次のリンクをクリックして読んでくださいましねぇ~。。。

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『美尻のビーナス』

『紐パン熟女に惹かれて』

『あの二人が気になって』

『肥後ズイキ@セルビア』

『私は下着女装です』

『ドリアンを探して』

『パリの日本人』

『ペンタゴン式己を疑う』

『薄命な女と映画』

『ラーメン@ベリーズ』

『うるさい夏』

『芭蕉と英語』

『晩香坡物語 生誕150年』

ジューンさんの熟女下着
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『エレクトラde中国』

『熟女パンツ』

『ラーメン@カイロ』

『スパム@クルーズ』

『えくぼ@ヴィーナス』

『孀婦岩』

『モナリザ描きたい』

『ジューンさんの下着』

『やっぱり熟女下着』

『じゅくじょのぱんてー』

『事実と芸術』


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『パクられたパンツ』

『タイタニック@スリランカ』

『蜂@泣きっ面』

『外人が知っている美しい日本』

『腰使い 熟女』

『熟女の下着姿』

『腰を使う熟女』

『ブログランキング』

『曇ってきた@英語』

軽井沢タリアセン夫人の小百合さんが扮するゴディバ夫人
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『出会い系より腰を使う熟女』

『ブリスベンの従妹』

『アヒルが行く』

『英語ペラペラ勉強法』

『ブラウザとOS』

『二千二夜物語』

『大晦日のおばさんパンツ』

『下着の人類学』

『万夜一夜@ロンドン』

『ヒトラーとトランプ』


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『ロマン@マルタ島』

『下着の人類学@大阪』

『ハロー@ロックビル』

『孀婦岩の人気 なぜ』

『マグダラのマリア 娼婦か聖女か?』

『マグダレンの祈り』

『女子大生の多い混浴』

『アンネフランクの言葉』

『ビクトリア朝の慎み』

『銭湯と円タク』

『女装ブログ』

『注目記事』


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『風邪が治るまで』

『ひょうたんde徒然』

『アヒルが並んだ』

『なぜ骨なの?』

『にべもない』

『やぶさかでない』

『おかしなパンツ』

『みもふたもない』

『自動翻訳はダメ』

『慫慂』

『ヤンキー』

『及び腰と二の足』

『ジューンさんの従妹』


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『ナマズにされた』

『美術解剖学』

『太ったチャンス』

『ジューンさんの下着を探して』

『おおどかさ』

『高級娼婦@パリ』

『つい見たくなった』

『混浴 女子大生』

『FBI捜査官のツブヤキ』

『熟女下着 投稿ブログ』

『おばさんパンツ@ネット』

『がめつい奴』

『二股ラジウム@VIDEO』

『手塩にかけて』

『ジューンさんのパンツ』

『女子大生の秘湯』

『百姓と農民』

『庇と屁』

とにかく、次回も興味深い記事が続きますわ。
だから、あなたも、また読みに戻ってきてくださいね。
じゃあ、また。。。


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こんにちは。ジューンです。

スパムメールが相変わらず多いですわよね。

あなたのメールボックスにも、

ジャンクメールがいっぱい入っているでしょう!?

スパムメールを飛ばしているのは

いったい、どういう人たちなのでしょうか?

出会い系サイトのオーナーたちが多いそうですわ。

彼らは会員を集めるためにスパムメールをばら撒きます。

そのためにメールアドレスのリストを購入しています。

では、そのようなリストを販売している人は

どうやってメールアドレスを集めているのでしょうか?

ロボット(自動巡回プログラム)によって

自動収集させているのです。

ところで、サーチエンジンの自動巡回ロボットは

毎日世界中のサイトを訪問し、

その内容をデータベースに書き込んでいます。

同じように、このメールアドレス収集巡回ロボットも、

HTMLソースを分析し、

メールアドレスらしきものをどんどん記録してゆきます。

でも、使っていないメールアドレスが

たくさんあるのですよね。

あなたの使っているメールアドレスのことを

考えてください。

あなたはメールアドレスをいくつ持っていますか?

一つだけではないでしょう?

10以上持っているのではありませんか?

多分、ほとんどのメールアドレスは使ってないでしょう?

そのために、現在実際に使っている

メールアドレスを集めるために、

怪しい人物が使用度の高いメールアドレスを

集めているのですわよ。

だから、あなたもむやみに信用できない人に対して

返信しないようにしてくださいね。

詳しいことはデンマンさんが次の記事で書いています。

『コメント魔』

(2012年4月3日)


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ところで、卑弥子さんが面白いサイトを

やっています。

興味があったら、ぜひ次のリンクをクリックして

覗いてみてください。

『あなたのための笑って幸せになれるサイト』

とにかく、今日も一日楽しく愉快に

ネットサーフィンしましょう。

じゃあね。 バーィ


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『きれいになったと感じさせる

下着・ランジェリーを見つけませんか?』

『センスあるランジェリー』


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Fireflies

 

Fireflies

 


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Kato, how come you bring up fireflies in these wintry days? . . .


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Well . . . Good question! . . . I’ve got a long story to answer your question.

Then make it short and tell me about it.

I wrote the following story:

 


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Popes@Spotlight

 

Yes, I know you did.

You viewed “The Two Popes” at the Vancouver International Film Festival, didn’t you?

Yes, I did. . . It is one of the best movies I’ve watched this year.

 


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Is the above film that good?

Oh yes, belive me. . . I swear to God it’s that good.

Actually, I read the following article the other day.

 


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Zoom In

Actual Article

 

As you see, “The Two Popes” was nominated for the 2020 Golden Globe award.

So was “Marriage Story”.

Yes, both films were shown at the VIFF.

 


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Kato, have you watched “The Two Popes” yet?

No, I haven’t. . . As you know, I made a request so that the library would hold the DVD for the movie.

 


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Are you gonna wait till the library gets the DVD?

Yes, I am.

Kato, . . . It will take some time for the library to get one. . . You can watch “The Two Popes” at Vancity Theatre on Seymour Street.

 


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Really? . . . Anyway, I searched the library catalogue for both movies, but I could find none of those movies. . . So, I viewed the following movie.

 


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“ZOOM IN”

“ACTUAL PAGE”

My Comment

December 12, 2019

 

Written and directed by Isao Takahata in 1998 based on the 1967 semi-autobiographical short story of the same name by Akiyuki Nosaka, this animated war film depicts the lives of two siblings, Seita and Setsuko as well as their desperate struggle to survive during the final months of the Second World War.

It turns out a profoundly gripping, haunting and achingly sad anti-war drama.

 

Are you saying that the above movie has something to do with “The Two Popes”?

Oh no. . . I chose it simply because I read the original short story written by Akiyuki Nosaka. . .

I see. . . Is the story well-known in Japan.

Yes, it is. . . Actually, Nosaka won the Naoki Prize for best popular literature for this story and “American Hijiki”, which was published a month before. . . Both short stories along with four others were bundled as a book in 1968.

Then Isao Takahata directed the anime based on the short story, huh?

That’s right. . . The film was released on April 16, 1988, over twenty years from the publication of the original work.

I see. . . How does it go?

It goes like this:

 

Grave of the Fireflies

 


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PLOT

 

On 21 September 1945, shortly after the end of World War II, a teenage boy named Seita dies of starvation in a Kobe train station.
A janitor sorts through his possessions and finds a candy tin, which he throws into a field.

The spirit of Seita’s younger sister, Setsuko, springs
from the tin and is joined by Seita’s spirit and a cloud of fireflies.
They board a train.

Some months earlier, Seita and Setsuko’s house is destroyed in a firebombing along with most of Kobe.
They escape unharmed, but their mother dies from severe burns.

Seita and Setsuko move in with a distant aunt, who convinces Seita to sell his mother’s silk kimonos for rice.
Seita retrieves supplies he buried before the bombing and gives everything to his aunt, save for a tin of Sakuma drops.

As rations shrink and the number of refugees in the house grows, the aunt becomes resentful of the children, saying they do nothing to earn the food she prepares.

Seita and Setsuko leave and move into an abandoned bomb shelter.

 


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They release fireflies into the shelter for light.
The next day, Setsuko is horrified to find that the insects have died.
She buries them in a grave, asking why they and her mother had to die.

As they run out of rice, Seita steals from farmers and loots homes during air raids, for which he is beaten.
When Setsuko falls ill, Seita takes her to a doctor, who explains that she is suffering from malnutrition.

Desperate, Seita withdraws all the money in their mother’s bank account.
As he leaves the bank, he becomes distraught when he learns that Japan has surrendered.
He also learns that his father, a captain in the Imperial Japanese Navy, is most likely dead, as most of Japan’s navy has been sunk.

Seita returns to the shelter with a large quantity of food, but finds Setsuko hallucinating – she assumes that a few marbles she finds are the previously mentioned Sakuma drops, and offers Seita rocks, thinking she had just made rice balls.

Seita hurries to feed her, but she dies as he finishes preparing the food, and she herself falls asleep.

 


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Seita cremates Setsuko’s body and her stuffed doll in a straw casket.

He carries her ashes in the candy tin along with his father’s photograph, and though his death is never explicitly shown again, it can be assumed this is where everything ends for them.

Seita and Setsuko’s deceased spirits arrive at their destination, healthy and happy.
Surrounded by fireflies, the siblings rest on a hilltop bench overlooking the skyline of present-day Kobe.


SOURCE: “Grave of the Fireflies”
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

… seems like a sad story.

Yes, it is. . . You might cry if you see it.

Anyway, I’d like to watch the film.

You can see the full movie here.


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【Himiko’s Monologue】


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The following clip is a live-action TV drama of “Grave of the Fireflies”, made by NTV in Japan.

It was produced in commemoration of the 60th anniversary of the end of World War II.

Like the anime, the live-action version of “Grave of the Fireflies” focuses on two siblings struggling to survive the final days of the war in Kobe, Japan.

Unlike the animated version, it tells the story from the point of view of their cousin (the aunt’s daughter) and deals with the issue of how the war-time environment could change a kind lady into a hard-hearted woman.

It stars Nanako Matsushima as the aunt, as well as Mao Inoue as their cousin.

 


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Wnat do you think about the above movie?

You don’t like a war-time story, do you?

Well… here’s a mood-changing clip just for you.

Gess what?… You can now laught to the last tears.

 


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  Mr. Mathane

 

In any road, I expect Kato will write another interesting article soon.

So please come back to see me.

Have a nice day!

Bye bye …


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If you’ve got some time,

Please read one of the following artciles:


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“JAGEL”

“JAGEL Again”

“Say NO!”

Happy Gal in Canada

Roof of Vancouver

Aftershock

Whiplash

Sex Appeal

Better Off Without Senate

Fire Festival

Sweets@Paris

Scary Quake

MH370 Mystery

Putin’s Way

Trump @ Vancouver

Otter & Trump


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Changeling

Fiddler on the Roof

Flesh and Bone

Maiden’s Prayer

Romeo & Juliet

Trump @ Joke

Halloween in Shibuya

Trump Shock

Happy New Year!


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Life or Death

Way to Millionaire

Adele Hugo

Middle Sexes

Romance@Madison

Hacksaw Ridge

Eight the Dog

Halloween@Shibuya

Chef Babette


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Ramen Boom

from Korea

Omakase@Sushi

Crocodile Meat

Killer Floods

Climate of Doubt

Glory of Death

Big Mystery

Hitler and Trump

Hot October

2018 BC Ballot

Bach Collegium Japan

Dolly the Sheep

Golden Shower

Cleopatra

Strange Love

Quartet

Unknown Tragedy

World War B.C.

Mystery of Dimension

Call Girl Mystery

Typhoon & Emperor

Popes@Spotlight


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Hi, I’m June Adams.

Kato is a real movie lover, who tries to watch 1001 movies.

As a matter of fact, he has already accomplished his goal.


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『Actual List』


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Kato watched “The Arabian Nights” or “One Thousand and One Nights” as his 1001th movie.

You might just as well want to view it.


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The stories in “the Arabian Nights” were collected over many centuries by various authors, translators, and scholars across West, Central, and South Asia and North Africa.

The tales themselves trace their roots back to ancient and medieval Arabic, Persian, Indian, Egyptian and Mesopotamian folklore and literature.

In particular, many tales were originally folk stories from the Caliphate era, while others, especially the frame story, are most probably drawn from the Pahlavi Persian work Hazār Afsān which in turn relied partly on Indian elements.

What is common throughout all the editions of the Nights is the initial frame story of the ruler Shahryār and his wife Scheherazade and the framing device incorporated throughout the tales themselves.

The stories proceed from this original tale.

Some are framed within other tales, while others begin and end of their own accord.

Some editions contain only a few hundred nights, while others include 1,001 or more.


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ところで、愛とロマンに満ちた

レンゲさんのお話をまとめて

『レンゲ物語』を作りました。

もし、レンゲさんの記事をまとめて読みたいならば、

次のリンクをクリックしてくださいね。

『愛とロマンのレンゲ物語』


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『軽井沢タリアセン夫人 – 小百合物語』

とにかく、今日も一日楽しく愉快に

ネットサーフィンしましょうね。

じゃあね。


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熟女下着 投稿ブログ

 

熟女下着 投稿ブログ

 


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デンマンさん。。。 どういうわけで わたしの下着姿を貼り出すのですか?


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実は、ジューンさんの下着姿が人気があるのですよ!

マジで。。。?

ちょっと次のリストを見てください。。。

 


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『拡大する』

『熟女下着に見るSEO』

 

これはライブドアの僕の「徒然ブログ」の日本時間で10月5日の午前9時38分から 翌日6日の午前3時40分までの約18時間の「生ログ」の一部です。。。 赤枠で囲んだ箇所に注目してください。。。

あらっ。。。 GOOGLEで検索をして『熟女下着に見るSEO』を読んだネット市民がいたのですわね~。。。

そうです。。。

 


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『拡大する』

『熟女下着に見るSEO』

 

。。。で、赤いアンダーラインが引いてあるリファラをクリックすると、どのようなページが出てくるのですか?

 


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次の検索結果が表示されるのですよ。。。

 


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『拡大する』

『現時点での検索結果』

 

あらっ。。。 「熟女下着 投稿ブログ」と入れて検索したのですわねぇ~。。。で、どなたが検索したのですか?

東京都に住んでいる下木熟太郎 (したぎ じゅくたろう)君が検索したのですよ。。。

 


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あらっ。。。 いつものように男性が記事を読んだ場合には、扱いがそっけないのですわねぇ~。。。 もうちょっとハンサムな男性の写真を貼ってもらいたいですわァ~。。。

ジューンさんの気持ちは分かるけれど。。。  「熟女下着 投稿ブログ」と入れて検索した本人にしてみれば、恥ずかしくってネットで自分の正体を晒したくないのですよ。。。

そういうものでしょうか?

晒されると分かっていたら「熟女下着 投稿ブログ」と入れて検索しませんよ。。。

そういうものですか?

そういうものなのです。。。

。。。で、熟太郎君は記事を読んで満足したのですか?

いや。。。 満足できなかったのですよ。。。

それで、どうしたのですか?

仕方がないから、次のようにして画像検索したのですよ。。。

 


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『現時点での検索結果』

 

あらっ。。。 ジューンさんの熟女下着 と入れて画像検索したのですわねぇ~。。。

そうなのですよ。。。 熟太郎君は、次のようなジューンさんの熟女下着が気に入ったのです。。。

 


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わァ~~ うれしいなあああァ~。。。

ネットサーフィンして

やっと素敵なジューンさんの

熟女下着を見つけました!

 

時間をかけて検索した

甲斐がありました

うれしいなあああァ~!

 

下木熟太郎、男一匹

迷わずネットで

ジューンさんの熟女下着

に出くわすことができました!

とってもうれしいなァ~♪~!

 

でも、オイラがあの「現実主義者」の

真似をしてスキップして

喜んでいると思わないでくださいねぇ。

オイラは あいつほど馬鹿じゃありません!

 


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『現実主義者 馬鹿の見本』

 

とにかく、もうこうなったら、

恥も外聞もなく

天にも舞い上がる気持ちで

スキップしたいと思います。


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わァ~~ うれしいなあああァ~。。。

ルンルンルン ランランラ~♪~ン

もう一つおまけに

ルンルンルン ランランラ~♪~ン

ああァ~、うれしいなあああァ~。。。

デンマンさん! ここまでやると、デンマンさんも含めて、3人とも相当の馬鹿ですわよう!

やっぱり、ジューンさんも そう思いますかァ~!?


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【卑弥子の独り言】


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ですってぇ~。。。

あなたも、呆れたでしょう!

ええっ。。。 「そんなことはどうでもいいから、他にもっと楽しい話をしろ!」

あなたは、そのような命令口調で あたくしに強要するのでござ~ますわねぇ~。。。

分かりましたわぁ。。。 では、ちょっと次のクリップを見てくださいなァ。。。

思わず笑ってしまいますわ。。。

 


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ええっ。。。? 「犬や猫のことは どうでもいいから他のもっと面白い話をしろ!」

あなたは、更に あたくしに そのような強い口調でご命令なさるのでござ~ますかァ~?

分かりましたわァ~。。。

あなたが、そうおっしゃるのならば、あたくしの個人的なお話しをいたしますわァ。

実は、あたくしの“ヴィーナスのえくぼ”が殿方の注目を集めているのでござァ~ますわよう。

うふふふふふふふ。。。

ええっ。。。 信じられないのでござ~ますかァ?

じゃあ、ちょっと次の検索結果を見てくださいまし。。。

 


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『拡大する』

『現時点での検索結果』

 

「卑弥子 ヴィーナスのえくぼ」と入れてGOOGLEで検索する殿方が多いのでござ~ますわァ。

つまり、あたくしの“ヴィーナスのえくぼ”を目当てにやって来るのですわァ~。。。

うふふふふふふ。。。

あなたも、ビックリするでしょう?

ジムで汗を流して “ヴィーナスのえくぼ”をゲットいたしました。。。


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スタイルもよくなったのでござ~ますわァ~。。。


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いかがでござ~ますか?

でも。。。、でも。。。、“天は二物を与えず”と申します。。。

これほどスタイルが良くなったというのに、あたくしは未だに独身でござ~ますのォ。。。

世の中は、なかなか思うようにゆかないものですわァ~。。。

ところで、あなたは『万夜一夜物語』を読んだことがござ~ますかァ~?

“千夜一夜物語”ではなくてぇ、“万夜一夜物語”ですわ。


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『万夜一夜物語』

デンマンさんが書いたのでござ~ますわよう。

ええっ。。。 10,001の話が書かれているのかってぇ~。。。?

とにかく、上のリンクをクリックして読んでみてくださいませぇ~。。。

あなたも、絶対にビックリするようなお話が出てきますわァ。

『万夜一夜物語』だけでは、物足りないのでしたら、

ジューンさんが登場する面白いお話もたくさんあります。

興味のある方は、どうか次のリンクをクリックして読んでくださいましねぇ~。。。

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『マルタ島のロマンだ』

『宮沢りえ人気@海外』

『癒しを奏でるパンツ』

『マルタ島deロマン』

『生ログdeロマン散歩』

『宮沢りえ@クールジャパン』

『混浴風呂ガー』

『ウェルカムバック』

『コペンハーゲンからやって来た』

『ロシアからやって来た』

『海外美女ランキング』

『ブログを解剖する』

『スイスからトランプ見に来る』


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『海外美女を探して』

『パンツde大晦日』

『Tバック@三賀日』

『とっちゃん坊や』

『また千夜一夜』

『初恋の思い出』

『乳房振動とブラ』

『白木屋お熊』

『肥後ズイキ@セルビア』

『紐パン熟女』

軽井沢タリアセン夫人の小百合さんが扮するゴディバ夫人
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『美尻のビーナス』

『紐パン熟女に惹かれて』

『あの二人が気になって』

『肥後ズイキ@セルビア』

『私は下着女装です』

『ドリアンを探して』

『パリの日本人』

『ペンタゴン式己を疑う』

『薄命な女と映画』

『ラーメン@ベリーズ』

『うるさい夏』

『芭蕉と英語』

『晩香坡物語 生誕150年』

ジューンさんの熟女下着
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『エレクトラde中国』

『熟女パンツ』

『ラーメン@カイロ』

『スパム@クルーズ』

『えくぼ@ヴィーナス』

『孀婦岩』

『モナリザ描きたい』

『ジューンさんの下着』

『やっぱり熟女下着』

『じゅくじょのぱんてー』

『事実と芸術』


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『パクられたパンツ』

『タイタニック@スリランカ』

『蜂@泣きっ面』

『外人が知っている美しい日本』

『腰使い 熟女』

『熟女の下着姿』

『腰を使う熟女』

『ブログランキング』

『曇ってきた@英語』

『出会い系より腰を使う熟女』

『ブリスベンの従妹』

『アヒルが行く』

『英語ペラペラ勉強法』

『ブラウザとOS』

『二千二夜物語』

『大晦日のおばさんパンツ』

『下着の人類学』

『万夜一夜@ロンドン』

『ヒトラーとトランプ』


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『ロマン@マルタ島』

『下着の人類学@大阪』

『ハロー@ロックビル』

『孀婦岩の人気 なぜ』

『マグダラのマリア 娼婦か聖女か?』

『マグダレンの祈り』

『女子大生の多い混浴』

『アンネフランクの言葉』

『ビクトリア朝の慎み』

『銭湯と円タク』

『女装ブログ』

『注目記事』


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『風邪が治るまで』

『ひょうたんde徒然』

『アヒルが並んだ』

『なぜ骨なの?』

『にべもない』

『やぶさかでない』

『おかしなパンツ』

『みもふたもない』

『自動翻訳はダメ』

『慫慂』

『ヤンキー』

『及び腰と二の足』

『ジューンさんの従妹』

『ナマズにされた』

『美術解剖学』

『太ったチャンス』

『ジューンさんの下着を探して』

『おおどかさ』

『高級娼婦@パリ』

『つい見たくなった』

『混浴 女子大生』

『FBI捜査官のツブヤキ』

とにかく、次回も興味深い記事が続きますわ。
だから、あなたも、また読みに戻ってきてくださいね。
じゃあ、また。。。


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こんにちは。ジューンです。

スパムメールが相変わらず多いですわよね。

あなたのメールボックスにも、

ジャンクメールがいっぱい入っているでしょう!?

スパムメールを飛ばしているのは

いったい、どういう人たちなのでしょうか?

出会い系サイトのオーナーたちが多いそうですわ。

彼らは会員を集めるためにスパムメールをばら撒きます。

そのためにメールアドレスのリストを購入しています。

では、そのようなリストを販売している人は

どうやってメールアドレスを集めているのでしょうか?

ロボット(自動巡回プログラム)によって

自動収集させているのです。

ところで、サーチエンジンの自動巡回ロボットは

毎日世界中のサイトを訪問し、

その内容をデータベースに書き込んでいます。

同じように、このメールアドレス収集巡回ロボットも、

HTMLソースを分析し、

メールアドレスらしきものをどんどん記録してゆきます。

でも、使っていないメールアドレスが

たくさんあるのですよね。

あなたの使っているメールアドレスのことを

考えてください。

あなたはメールアドレスをいくつ持っていますか?

一つだけではないでしょう?

10以上持っているのではありませんか?

多分、ほとんどのメールアドレスは使ってないでしょう?

そのために、現在実際に使っている

メールアドレスを集めるために、

怪しい人物が使用度の高いメールアドレスを

集めているのですわよ。

だから、あなたもむやみに信用できない人に対して

返信しないようにしてくださいね。

詳しいことはデンマンさんが次の記事で書いています。

『コメント魔』

(2012年4月3日)


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ところで、卑弥子さんが面白いサイトを

やっています。

興味があったら、ぜひ次のリンクをクリックして

覗いてみてください。

『あなたのための笑って幸せになれるサイト』

とにかく、今日も一日楽しく愉快に

ネットサーフィンしましょう。

じゃあね。 バーィ


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『きれいになったと感じさせる

下着・ランジェリーを見つけませんか?』

『センスあるランジェリー』


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Call Girl Mystery

 

Call Girl Mystery

 


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Kato. . . Did you go to Paris recently and play with a high-priced call girl?


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Oh no, I am such a poor guy as, if I play with a high-priced call girl, I’ll go broke and become homeless.

Don’t be so pessimistic! Cheer up! . . . In any case, how come you’ve brought up a call girl?

Well . . . I recently borrowed a book from Vancouver Public Library and came across the following part. . .

 

The Dark Side of Paris

 


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“Zoom in”

 

Édouard Manet, sometimes referred to as the father of modern painting, is often spoken of as an impressionist, but he has never participated in an impressionist exhibition.
Rather, he was a painter who refused to exhibit at the Impressionist Exhibition.
At that time, the Impressionists were exposed to intense criticism because their novel painting methods were not recognized from the mainstream artists. . .

The theme chosen by Manet is a water-front leisure activity that was popular on the banks of the Seine at the outskirts of Paris, as the original title “Bathing” represents.
However, in the conservative audience at that time, the direct gaze toward the audience and the realistic nude body was too radical. . .

In this era, a plausible reason and/or excuse of “historical painting” was still necessary to draw the nude.
The above painting, however, appeared too shocking and too realistic as a real naked woman.
Critics and spectators condemned this work as “bad” and “immoral”. . .

They saw the dark side of the second imperial era in France, that is, the world of prostitution. . .

By the way, many high-priced courtesans worked in Paris during the 2nd Imperial period, but a strict moral view of social conducts prevailed.

 


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As a result of the invention of photos, some people imagined pornography on the market.
In times when paintings were supposed to be “noble”, Édouard Manet came to impose the reality on people.

The composition of the above painting is similar to the copperplate print “Judgement of Paris” produced by Marcantonio Raimondi (ca.1480 – ca.1534) based on Raphael’s drawing.
It seems obvious if you look at the three people in the lower right. . .

 


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The contrast between the male and female nudes is similar to that of “Concerto campestre” at the Louvre, which is now known as Titian’s work, but at that time people supposed that Giorgione (1476/78-1510) painted it. . .

 


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By the way, the current title “Lunch on Grass (Le Déjeuner sur l’herbe)” was renamed after Monet’s “Lunch on Grass” (1865-66) during the 1867 solo exhibition.

 


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Van Gogh’s Mental State

 

At the end of January 1890, a son was born to his brother Theo and Johanna.

Van Gogh, delighted with the birth of a nephew named the same Vincent Willem, began to work on a “Almond Blossom” as a gift. . .

 


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On July 6th, Van Gogh went to Paris on a day trip and learned about Theo’s economic hardship.
Theo, who had also sent money to his Dutch family after his father died, told Van Gogh that he could not expect a stable income like before because he was thinking about setting up his own business after leaving Goupil & Cie, where he was in charge of management.
Awkward and heavy air drifted through Theo’s family.

At that time, Theo, who was not born strong, was not in good health.
The couple was exhausted with care for the sick baby, and his wife Johanna was so tired that she fell sick.

The remittance to Van Gogh spurred the suffering and fatigue of Theo and cast a dark shadow on the marital relationship.
Faced with the plight of his brother and his wife, Van Gogh came to realize that he couldn’t rely on Theo any more.

Now van Gogh understood that Theo considered his family more important than van Gogh. . .

Aware of being too late to start a new life, van Gogh got troubled and began to get sick mentally. . .

Van Gogh devoted himself to the paintings as if to escape from loneliness and fear. His mental state clearly reflects on the “Wheatfield with Crows” drawn at this time.

 


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(Note:red characters are emphasized by Kato.
Photo from Denman Library
Translated by Kato)


SOURCE: 『人騒がせな名画たち』
著者: 木村泰司
2018年10月5日 第1刷発行
発行所: 株式会社 マガジンハウス

I see. . . There were many high-priced courtesans in Paris during the 2nd Empire period, huh?. . .

That’s right. . .

. . . So when was the second imperial era?

Please read the following a Wikipedia article about the second imperial era. . .

Second French Empire

 

The Second French Empire was the regime of Napoleon III from 1852 to 1870, between the Second Republic and the Third Republic, in France.

 


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Historians in the 1930s and 1940s often disparaged the Second Empire as a precursor of fascism.
That interpretation is no longer promulgated and by the late 20th century they were celebrating it as leading example of a modernizing regime.

Historians have generally given the Empire negative evaluations on its foreign-policy, and somewhat more positive evaluations of domestic policies, especially after Napoleon III liberalized his rule after 1858.

He promoted French business and exports.
The greatest achievements came in material improvements, in the form of a grand railway network that facilitated commerce and tied the nation together and centered it on Paris.

It had the effect of stimulating economic growth, and bringing prosperity to most regions of the country.
The Second Empire is given high credit for the rebuilding of Paris with broad boulevards, striking public buildings, and very attractive residential districts for upscale Parisians.

In international policy, Napoleon III tried to emulate his uncle, engaging in numerous imperial ventures around the world as well as several wars in Europe.

Using very harsh methods, he built up the French Empire in North Africa and in Southeast Asia.
Napoleon III also sought to modernize the Mexican economy and bring it into the French orbit, but this ended in a fiasco.
He badly mishandled the threat from Prussia, and by the end of his reign, Napoleon III found himself without allies in the face of overwhelming German force.


Source:“French Second Empire”
Free encyclopedia “Wikipedia”
 


Cafés and restaurants

Thanks to the growing number of wealthy Parisians and tourists coming to the city and the new network of railroads that delivered fresh seafood, meat, vegetables and fruit to Les Halles every morning, Paris during the Second Empire had some of the best restaurants in the world.
The greatest concentration of top-class restaurants was on the Boulevard des Italiens, near the theaters.
The most prominent of these at the beginning the Empire was the Café de Paris, opened in 1826, which was located on the ground floor of the Hôtel de Brancas.
It was decorated in the style of a grand apartment, with high ceilings, large mirrors and elegant furniture.
The director of the Paris Opéra had a table reserved for him there, and it was a frequent meeting place for characters in the novels of Balzac.
It was unable to adapt to the style of the Second Empire, however; it closed too early, at ten in the evening, the hour when the new wealthy class of Second Empire Parisians were just going out to dinner after the theatre or a ball.
As a result, it went out of business in 1856.

The most famous newer restaurants on the Boulevard des Italiens were the Maison Dorée, the Café Riche and the Café Anglais, the latter two of which faced each other across the boulevard.
They, and the other cafés modelled after them, had a similar arrangement.
Inside the door, the clients were welcomed by the dame de comptoir, always a beautiful woman who was very elegantly dressed.
Besides welcoming the clients, she was in charge of the distribution of pieces of sugar, two for each demitasse of coffee.
A demitasse of coffee cost between 35 and 40 centimes, to which clients usually added a tip of two sous, or ten centimes.
An extra piece of sugar cost ten centimes.
The floor of the café was lightly covered with sand, so the hurrying waiters would not slip.
The technology of the coffee service was greatly improved in 1855 with the invention of the hydrostatic coffee percolator, first presented at the Paris Universal Exposition of 1855, which allowed a café to produce 50,000 demitasses a day.

The Maison Dorée was decorated in an extravagant Moorish style, with white walls and gilded furnishings, balconies and statues.
It had six dining salons and 26 small private rooms.
The private dining rooms were elegantly furnished with large sofas as well as tables and were a popular place for clandestine romances.
They also featured large mirrors, where women had the tradition of scratching messages with their diamond rings.
It was a popular meeting place between high society and what was known as the demimonde of actresses and courtesans; it was a favorite dining place of Nana in the novel of that name by Émile Zola.

 


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Source:“Paris during the Second Empire”
Free encyclopedia “Wikipedia”

Tell me, Kato, in the Japanese history, what happened during that period.

It was around the end of the Edo period before the Meiji Restoration. . . Commodore Matthew Perry of the United States Navy came to Japan with a 4-ship fleet in 1853, and played a leading role in the opening of Japan to the West with the Convention of Kanagawa in 1854, which in turn led Japan to the beginning of the Meiji Restoration. . .

I see, but how come you focus on Call Girl in Paris?

Well, in those days, even at the end of the Edo period in Japan and later during the Meiji Restoration, a great number of prostitutes entertained men in regulated brothels as well as private brothels. . . So did courtesans in Paris.

I wonder if van Gogh had something to do with a sex worker or a brothel.

Yes, he did. . . Van Gogh lived with an ex-prostitute during the Hague era.

The Hague (1882-183) era

 


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Mauve took Van Gogh on as a student and introduced him to watercolour, which he worked on for the next month before returning home for Christmas.
He quarrelled with his father, refusing to attend church, and left for The Hague.

In January 1882, Mauve introduced him to painting in oil and lent him money to set up a studio.
Within a month Van Gogh and Mauve fell out, possibly over the viability of drawing from plaster casts.

Van Gogh could afford to hire only people from the street as models, a practice of which Mauve seems to have disapproved.
In June Van Gogh suffered a bout of gonorrhoea and spent three weeks in hospital.

Soon after, he first painted in oils, bought with money borrowed from Theo.
He liked the medium, and spread the paint liberally, scraping from the canvas and working back with the brush.
He wrote that he was surprised at how good the results were.

By March 1882, Mauve appears to have gone cold towards Van Gogh, and stopped replying to his letters.
He had learned of Van Gogh’s new domestic arrangement with an alcoholic prostitute, Clasina Maria “Sien” Hoornik (1850–1904), and her young daughter.
Van Gogh had met Sien towards the end of January 1882, when she had a five-year-old daughter and was pregnant.

 


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“Sorrow” depicting Sien

April 1882 The Hague sketch (black chalk)

 

She had previously borne two children who died, but Van Gogh was unaware of this; on 2 July, she gave birth to a baby boy, Willem.
When Van Gogh’s father discovered the details of their relationship, he put pressure on his son to abandon Sien and her two children.

Vincent at first defied him, and considered moving the family out of the city, but in late 1883, he left Sien and the children.

Poverty may have pushed Sien back into prostitution; the home became less happy and Van Gogh may have felt family life was irreconcilable with his artistic development.
Sien gave her daughter to her mother, and baby Willem to her brother.
Willem remembered visiting Rotterdam when he was about 12, when an uncle tried to persuade Sien to marry to legitimise the child.
He believed Van Gogh was his father, but the timing of his birth makes this unlikely.
Sien drowned herself in the River Scheldt in 1904.


Source:“Vincent van Gogh”
Free encyclopedia “Wikipedia”

In late 1883, van Gogh left Sien and went to Paris, didn’t he?

That’s right. . . He stayed in Paris, but after all, Paris was a difficult place for van Gogh to live. So, he moved to Arles, southern France, and started living there. . .

So, in Arles, did Van Gogh get involved with a sex worker?

That’s the mystery I’m talking about. . .

What do you mean?

As the above book tells you, van Gogh became mentally sick. . .

Why is that?

Well. . . , van Gogh received a letter that informed him that his brother Theo was engaged with Johanna, and van Gogh understood that his financial assistance would be cut off. At the same time, Gauguin told him that he couldn’t live together and would leave. Van Gogh was so profoundly depressed with this double problems that he cut his left ear with his razor on the spur of the moment. . .

 


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It looks like van Gogh cut his right ear. . .

At first I thought so when I saw the above picture. . . But the Wikipedia article says he cut his left ear. . . You know what? Van Gogh painted it while looking at him in the mirror. . . In other words, he simplay painted what he saw in the mirror, that is, the opposite image of the real thing.

I see. . . So what happened to the cut ear?

Out of all things and choices, Van Gogh wrapped the ear in paper and handed it over to a girl in a brothel he had visited several times. . .

So van Gogh gave it to his favorite sex worker, didn’t he?

That is the mystery. . . Actually, there is a documentary that delves into this mystery. . .

Kato, did you see this documentary?

Yes, I did. . .

 


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Kato’s Comment

Produced and directed by Jack MacInnes in 2016, this 56-minute documentary delves into the mystery of what really happened on the night of Dcember 23, 1888, in the French town of Arles.

Vincent van Gogh cut his ear and delivered it in person to a girl called “Rachel” in the nearby brothel.

Why did he do it?

Amazing and intriguing!

 

I see. . . So van Gogh gave the ear to a girl called “Rachel”, huh? But you seem to intentionally write a girl, instead of prostitute or hooker. . . Why is that?

So this is Call Girl Mystery.

Kato, are you kidding? Is this a pun or something?

Actually, this girl’s real name was Gabrielle and she was nicknamed “Gabi”.

Was “Rachel” the name used at the brothel?

Yes, it was, but she wasn’t working as a sex worker.

Why not?

This girl was 19 at the time and died in 1952 at the age of 80. . . Bernadetta Murphy in the above documentary actually visited her grandson and learned that the girl called “Rachel” at the brothel worked as a cleaning girl. . .

In other words, instead of sleeping with her, van Gogh was rather in a friendly relationship with this girl, huh?. . .

I guess so. . . Obviously, van Gogh liked this girl and might have had a pleasant chat with her at times. . . Van Gogh cut his ear and then walked to this brothel nearby, and handed it to this girl and said, “I want you to cherish it.” . . .

 


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Amazing! . . . She might’ve been shocked to death when she found a bloody ear wrapped in a piece of paper. . . Couldn’t van Gogh think of her feelings when she would find his bloody ear wrapped in a paper?

He did it because he was mentally sick. . . If van Gogh had been in a normal mental state, he wouldn’t have done it!

Why did van Gogh cut his ear in the first place?

Good question! . . . Whenever somebody hears this story, he or she will have the same question! . . . Actually I had the same question when I heard this story for the first time.

Don’t waste my time. . . Please tell me why. . .

Well . . . , Diane, probabaly you know that van Gogh had once thought of becoming a pastor. . . Whenever he found his spare time, van Gogh translated Bible chapters into English, French, and German. Van Gogh also prayed for a long time at the table, did not eat meat, and went to the Jansen Church, Catholic Church, Lutheran Church on Sundays as well as the Dutch Reformed Church. . .

In other words, van Gogh was a devout Christian, huh?

You’re telling me, Diane. . . In the Bible, there is a story about cutting a ear. . .

Oh yeah?. . . Tell me about it. . .

The above documentary explains that Van Gogh naturally knew the Biblical story, in which the apostle Peter had resisted the centurion who tried to arrest Jesus and cut his ear. . .

 


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Kato, are you saying that, recalling the above story, van Gogh cut his own ear on the spur of the moment?

The above documentary seems to interpret the incident that way. . .

Kato, what do you think about it?

Well . . . , Van Gogh seemed in a big trouble because he would have no or little economic assistance from Theo in the near future. . . At that time, because of the difference in opinions, Gauguin told van Gogh that he would leave Arles. Thus, van Gogh plunged into a fathomless depress.

In other words, van Gogh mentally went beyond the limit, huh?

I think so. . . Van Gogh can’t hate Theo. . . He had no courage to cut Gauguin’s ear with a razor. . . At this point in time, he might have come up with the Biblical tale of ear-cutting and came to realize that he himself was to blame, and he cut off his ear on the spur of the moment!

So, eventually he blamed himself and cut off his ear as the spostle Peter did to the centurion, huh?

I can’t think of anything else!


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【Himiko’s Monologue】


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Are you interested in the life of Vincent van Gogh?

There is a famous movie titled “Lust for Life”.

Kirk Douglas plays brilliantly as Van Gogh in an unforgettable performance.

 


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How do you like the above trailer?

Are you tired of reading and viewing the crazy artist?

Well… here’s a mood-changing tune just for you.

Gess what?… You can now laught to the last tears.

 


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  Mr. Mathane

 

In any road, I expect Kato will write another interesting article soon.

So please come back to see me.

Have a nice day!

Bye bye …


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If you’ve got some time,

Please read one of the following artciles:


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“JAGEL”

“JAGEL Again”

“Say NO!”

Happy Gal in Canada

Roof of Vancouver

Aftershock

Whiplash

Sex Appeal

Better Off Without Senate

Fire Festival

Sweets@Paris

Scary Quake

MH370 Mystery

Putin’s Way

Trump @ Vancouver

Otter & Trump


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Changeling

Fiddler on the Roof

Flesh and Bone

Maiden’s Prayer

Romeo & Juliet

Trump @ Joke

Halloween in Shibuya

Trump Shock

Happy New Year!


(biker302.jpg)

Life or Death

Way to Millionaire

Adele Hugo

Middle Sexes

Romance@Madison

Hacksaw Ridge

Eight the Dog

Halloween@Shibuya

Chef Babette


(dianesun.jpg)

Ramen Boom

from Korea

Omakase@Sushi

Crocodile Meat

Killer Floods

Climate of Doubt

Glory of Death

Big Mystery

Hitler and Trump

Hot October

2018 BC Ballot

Bach Collegium Japan

Dolly the Sheep

Golden Shower

Cleopatra

Strange Love

Quartet

Unknown Tragedy

World War B.C.

Mystery of Dimension


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Hi, I’m June Adams.

Kato is a real movie lover, who tries to watch 1001 movies.

As a matter of fact, he has already accomplished his goal.


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『Actual List』


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Kato watched “The Arabian Nights” or “One Thousand and One Nights” as his 1001th movie.

You might just as well want to view it.


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The stories in “the Arabian Nights” were collected over many centuries by various authors, translators, and scholars across West, Central, and South Asia and North Africa.

The tales themselves trace their roots back to ancient and medieval Arabic, Persian, Indian, Egyptian and Mesopotamian folklore and literature.

In particular, many tales were originally folk stories from the Caliphate era, while others, especially the frame story, are most probably drawn from the Pahlavi Persian work Hazār Afsān which in turn relied partly on Indian elements.

What is common throughout all the editions of the Nights is the initial frame story of the ruler Shahryār and his wife Scheherazade and the framing device incorporated throughout the tales themselves.

The stories proceed from this original tale.

Some are framed within other tales, while others begin and end of their own accord.

Some editions contain only a few hundred nights, while others include 1,001 or more.


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ところで、愛とロマンに満ちた

レンゲさんのお話をまとめて

『レンゲ物語』を作りました。

もし、レンゲさんの記事をまとめて読みたいならば、

次のリンクをクリックしてくださいね。

『愛とロマンのレンゲ物語』


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『軽井沢タリアセン夫人 – 小百合物語』

とにかく、今日も一日楽しく愉快に

ネットサーフィンしましょうね。

じゃあね。


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Hot October

 

Hot October

 


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Hi Diane,

How are you doing?

Did you enjoy VIFF movies?

I left for Tokyo on October 4.

So I missed some interesting movies in Vancouver.

 


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However, I enjoyed the inflight movies while I was up in the air.


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Air Canada Inflight Entertainment

 

I watched the following movies:

 



 

As you know, there is a global warming, and it was terribly hot in the last summer in Japan.

 


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When I left for Tokyo on October 4, it was 7 ℃ at Vancouver Airport.

But it was 32 ℃ on Octover 7 in my hometown in Japan.

It was exceptionally hot!

 


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Unfortunately, my mother is in the other world,

but I met her at the cemetry in my home town.

 


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with Mari


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Talking about Halloween 2018 in Japan, it was wild, weird and dangerous.


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Diane, did you enjoy Haloween in Vancouver?

I’ll be in Vancouver in a week.

I hope I’ll meet you some day,

and wish the democrats will occupy as many seats as possible in the congress after the midterm election.

 


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In any case, I hope your heart remains sunny the rest of the day.

Have a nice evening!

bye now.

Your smiling Bohemian, Kato
with a lot of love as always


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【Himiko’s Monologue】


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Do you think that there are so many unsatisfied and anti-Establishment workers in the States?

Well… even so, I hope Trump would never become another Hitler.

By the way, if Hitler had won the war, what kind of world do you think we could see?

Here’s one such possibility.

 


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In any road, I expect Kato will write another interesting article soon.

So please come back to see me.

Have a nice day!

Bye bye …


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If you’ve got some time,

Please read one of the following artciles:


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“Glorious Summer”

“Biker Babe & Granny”

“Genetically Modified”

“Tyrannosaur”

“Love@Magic”

“Yellow Ball”

“Welcome Back”

“Forbidden Love”

“Merry X’Mas”

“Heaven with Mochi”

“Travel Expense Scandal”

“Love@Redemption”


(cook002.jpg)

“JAGEL”

“JAGEL Again”

“Say NO!”

Happy Gal in Canada

Roof of Vancouver

Aftershock

Whiplash

Sex Appeal

Better Off Without Senate

Fire Festival

Sweets@Paris

Scary Quake

MH370 Mystery

Putin’s Way

Trump @ Vancouver

Otter & Trump


(juneswim.jpg)

Changeling

Fiddler on the Roof

Flesh and Bone

Maiden’s Prayer

Romeo & Juliet

Trump @ Joke

Halloween in Shibuya

Trump Shock

Happy New Year!


(biker302.jpg)

Life or Death

Way to Millionaire

Adele Hugo

Middle Sexes

Romance@Madison

Hacksaw Ridge

Eight the Dog

Halloween@Shibuya

Chef Babette

Ramen Boom

from Korea

Omakase@Sushi

Crocodile Meat

Killer Floods

Climate of Doubt

Glory of Death

Big Mystery

Hitler and Trump


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Hi, I’m June Adams.

Kato is a real movie lover, who tries to watch 1001 movies.

As a matter of fact, he has already accomplished his goal.


(lib50909a.png)

『Actual List』


(june001.gif)

Kato watched “The Arabian Nights” or “One Thousand and One Nights” as his 1001th movie.

You might just as well want to view it.


(1001nite.jpg)


(1001nite10.jpg)

The stories in “the Arabian Nights” were collected over many centuries by various authors, translators, and scholars across West, Central, and South Asia and North Africa.

The tales themselves trace their roots back to ancient and medieval Arabic, Persian, Indian, Egyptian and Mesopotamian folklore and literature.

In particular, many tales were originally folk stories from the Caliphate era, while others, especially the frame story, are most probably drawn from the Pahlavi Persian work Hazār Afsān which in turn relied partly on Indian elements.

What is common throughout all the editions of the Nights is the initial frame story of the ruler Shahryār and his wife Scheherazade and the framing device incorporated throughout the tales themselves.

The stories proceed from this original tale.

Some are framed within other tales, while others begin and end of their own accord.

Some editions contain only a few hundred nights, while others include 1,001 or more.


(bellyan15.gif)

ところで、愛とロマンに満ちた

レンゲさんのお話をまとめて

『レンゲ物語』を作りました。

もし、レンゲさんの記事をまとめて読みたいならば、

次のリンクをクリックしてくださいね。

『愛とロマンのレンゲ物語』


(renge730.jpg)

『軽井沢タリアセン夫人 – 小百合物語』

とにかく、今日も一日楽しく愉快に

ネットサーフィンしましょうね。

じゃあね。


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(girlxx.gif)

Hitler and Trump

 

Hitler and Trump

 


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Kato, how come you’ve lined up Hitler and Trump in the above?


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What’s wrong with that?

Well…, Hitler is long gone, but Trump is still alive, isn’t he?

Yes, he is… You’re quite right, Diane.  Hitler committed suicide in 1945, but President Trump is still alive.

Oh my goodness… Kato, are you saying that President Trump will commit suicide?

Oh no… I don’t think Trump will ever commit suicide… He isn’t that type of man, but somebody might assassinate him.

 


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Kato, you’d better not post the above picture.

Why not?

A CIA man might abduct you as a prospective assassin and put you into the Guantanamo Bay detention camp for torture, and you’ll more than likely be dead soon or later.

You gotta be joking.

No, I’m dead serious. As a matter of fact, hundreds of Arabic people were detained over there after the 911 terrorist attack. According to a 21 June 2005 New York Times opinion article, an FBI agent was quoted as saying, “On a couple of occasions, I entered interview rooms to find a detainee chained hand and foot in a fetal position to the floor, with no chair, food or water. Most times, they had urinated or defecated on themselves and had been left there for 24 hours or more.”

 


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Oh no! … That sounds awful and disgusting… I don’t want to urinate and defecate on myself.

If you say so, Kato, don’t post such an incriminating picture like the above.

Diane, you’re terrifying me to death.

Anyway, Kato, are you saying that there’s something in common between Hitler and President Trump?

Yes, I am… That’s the reason I put both men on the top.

Tell me, then, what is in common between both of them.

Actually, I read a wikipedia article the other day and came across the following passage:

Hitler’s Rise to Power

 


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The Great Depression provided a political opportunity for Hitler.
Germans were ambivalent about the parliamentary republic, which faced challenges from right- and left-wing extremists.
The moderate political parties were increasingly unable to stem the tide of extremism, and the German referendum of 1929 helped to elevate Nazi ideology.

The elections of September 1930 resulted in the break-up of a grand coalition and its replacement with a minority cabinet.
Its leader, chancellor Heinrich Brüning of the Centre Party, governed through emergency decrees from President Paul von Hindenburg.
Governance by decree became the new norm and paved the way for authoritarian forms of government.

The NSDAP rose from obscurity to win 18.3 per cent of the vote and 107 parliamentary seats in the 1930 election, becoming the second-largest party in parliament.

Hitler made a prominent appearance at the trial of two Reichswehr officers, Lieutenants Richard Scheringer and Hans Ludin, in late 1930.
Both were charged with membership in the NSDAP, at that time illegal for Reichswehr personnel.
The prosecution argued that the NSDAP was an extremist party, prompting defence lawyer Hans Frank to call on Hitler to testify.

On 25 September 1930, Hitler testified that his party would pursue political power solely through democratic elections, which won him many supporters in the officer corps.

Brüning’s austerity measures brought little economic improvement and were extremely unpopular.
Hitler exploited this by targeting his political messages specifically at people who had been affected by the inflation of the 1920s and the Depression, such as farmers, war veterans, and the middle class.

Although Hitler had terminated his Austrian citizenship in 1925, he did not acquire German citizenship for almost seven years.
This meant that he was stateless, legally unable to run for public office, and still faced the risk of deportation.

On 25 February 1932, the interior minister of Brunswick, Dietrich Klagges, who was a member of the NSDAP, appointed Hitler as administrator for the state’s delegation to the Reichsrat in Berlin, making Hitler a citizen of Brunswick, and thus of Germany.

Hitler ran against Hindenburg in the 1932 presidential elections.
A speech to the Industry Club in Düsseldorf on 27 January 1932 won him support from many of Germany’s most powerful industrialists.
Hindenburg had support from various nationalist, monarchist, Catholic, and republican parties, and some Social Democrats.

Hitler used the campaign slogan “Hitler über Deutschland” (“Hitler over Germany”), a reference to his political ambitions and his campaigning by aircraft.
He was one of the first politicians to use aircraft travel for political purposes, and used it effectively.

Hitler came in second in both rounds of the election, garnering more than 35 per cent of the vote in the final election.
Although he lost to Hindenburg, this election established Hitler as a strong force in German politics.

Hitler lost the presidential election, but in the subsequent National Assembly election in July 1932 the Nazi Party won the vote rate of 37.8% (18.3% at the time of the 1930 election) and gained 230 seats (107 seats before the election).


Source: “Adolf Hitler”
Free encyclopedia Wikipedia

In Germany where the economy deteriorated rapidly due to the Great Depression of 1929, a large number of unemployed people overflowing in the town, and the social situation became unrest and unstable.

So what?

Well…, likewise, USA in general, Detroit in particular, had a large number of unemployed people overflowing in the auto-industry district.

 


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Are you saying, Kato, history repeats itself?

You’re telling me, Diane… As you see, the Great Depression provided a political opportunity for Hitler, who was eventually elected as president… In the case of Trump, he took an advantage of the frustration of most blue-collar workers and anti-establishment unsatisfied white-collar people as a political opportunity and win the presidential election… That is, bothe men were elected as president as the result of democratic process.

I see…

Once Winston Churchill said that democracy was the worst form of Government except for all those other forms that had been tried from time to time.

 


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In other words, Hitler who is regarded as a bad guy worldwide was also elected by democratic election.  Likewise, despite the prediction of the so-called intelligent people, Trump was elected as President of the States.

If you say so, Kato, every person who was elected president of the United States after the war was also chosen by the democratic election.

You’re telling me, Diane… But there is a big difference between the presidential elections after the war and the election where Trump was elected.

What is that?

Remember Winston Churchill who said, “democracy is the worst form of Government except for all those other forms that have been tried from time to time.”  Democracy works alright when the existing society is stable and people’s values ​​are shared, and in a relatively gentle state where a crazy event does not occur and certain functions can be fulfilled.

Are you saying, Kato, the States was unstable at the moment?

Yes, I’d say so… As in Detroit, the American society was unstable and confusing in a way at the time… So, as Hitler was elected by democratic elections, Trump also was elected president contrary to the media’s expectation, since the United States was in the socially disturbing period, just like when Hitler’s Nazis made a leap forward.

I see…

As in today’s American society, when society gets into a turmoil, it is easy for demagogue-type leaders like Hitler and Trump to step up and win the popular votes.

Why is that?

Well, in such a society people don’t really care about what is right. Instead, Trump talk about what people want to hear… Indeed, those blue-collar workers rejoiced in listening to Trump’s uncompromising speech, rather than politically correct speach of the American Establishment (including Hilary Clinton).

 


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In Nazi Germany, Germans were enthusiastic about Hitler because Hitler talked about what they wanted to listen.

 


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Of course, there were citizens with good sense in America too!  So, they objected to Trump becoming President!

 


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However, they were a minority. Most people are those blue-collar workers and anti-Establishment unsataified white-collar people who love the way Trump talks.

I see… So Trump was elected president, huh?

That’s right…just like Hitler won the election and became German demagogue-type leader in those days… But there is a hope.

What kind of hope is that?

Well… Here’s a newspaper article:

Trump wants Attorney General

to investigate source of

anonymous Times op-ed

 


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By John T. BennettCQ-Roll Call

Fri., Sept. 7, 2018

WASHINGTON

President Donald Trump said Friday his Justice Department should launch an investigation into what government official penned an anonymous New York Times Op-Edis job.

The op-ed claimed a large cadre of officials across the government are working hard to stifle his most extreme policy whims.

It also alleged that early on, senior officials toyed with using the 25th Amendment to remove Trump from office.

(NOTE: The above picture from the Denman Collection)


DIGITAL SOURCE: “The StarMetro”

So, at least, there is a sensible man in the Trump administration, huh?

Yes, …looks like it.


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【Himiko’s Monologue】


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What do you think?

Do you really think that there are so many unsatisfied and anti-Establishment workers in the States?

Well… even so, I hope Trump would never become another Hitler.

By the way, if Hitler had won the war, what kind of world do you think we could see?

Here’s one such possibility.

 


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In any road, I expect Kato will write another interesting article soon.

So please come back to see me.

Have a nice day!

Bye bye …


(hand.gif)


(renge400.jpg)

If you’ve got some time,

Please read one of the following artciles:


(dianesun.jpg)

“Glorious Summer”

“Biker Babe & Granny”

“Genetically Modified”

“Tyrannosaur”

“Love@Magic”

“Yellow Ball”

“Welcome Back”

“Forbidden Love”

“Merry X’Mas”

“Heaven with Mochi”

“Travel Expense Scandal”

“Love@Redemption”


(cook002.jpg)

“JAGEL”

“JAGEL Again”

“Say NO!”

Happy Gal in Canada

Roof of Vancouver

Aftershock

Whiplash

Sex Appeal

Better Off Without Senate

Fire Festival

Sweets@Paris

Scary Quake

MH370 Mystery

Putin’s Way

Trump @ Vancouver

Otter & Trump


(juneswim.jpg)

Changeling

Fiddler on the Roof

Flesh and Bone

Maiden’s Prayer

Romeo & Juliet

Trump @ Joke

Halloween in Shibuya

Trump Shock

Happy New Year!


(biker302.jpg)

Life or Death

Way to Millionaire

Adele Hugo

Middle Sexes

Romance@Madison

Hacksaw Ridge

Eight the Dog

Halloween@Shibuya

Chef Babette

Ramen Boom

from Korea

Omakase@Sushi

Crocodile Meat

Killer Floods

Climate of Doubt

Glory of Death

Big Mystery


(surfin2.gif)


(bare02b.gif)

Hi, I’m June Adams.

Kato is a real movie lover, who tries to watch 1001 movies.

As a matter of fact, he has already accomplished his goal.


(lib50909a.png)

『Actual List』


(june001.gif)

Kato watched “The Arabian Nights” or “One Thousand and One Nights” as his 1001th movie.

You might just as well want to view it.


(1001nite.jpg)


(1001nite10.jpg)

The stories in “the Arabian Nights” were collected over many centuries by various authors, translators, and scholars across West, Central, and South Asia and North Africa.

The tales themselves trace their roots back to ancient and medieval Arabic, Persian, Indian, Egyptian and Mesopotamian folklore and literature.

In particular, many tales were originally folk stories from the Caliphate era, while others, especially the frame story, are most probably drawn from the Pahlavi Persian work Hazār Afsān which in turn relied partly on Indian elements.

What is common throughout all the editions of the Nights is the initial frame story of the ruler Shahryār and his wife Scheherazade and the framing device incorporated throughout the tales themselves.

The stories proceed from this original tale.

Some are framed within other tales, while others begin and end of their own accord.

Some editions contain only a few hundred nights, while others include 1,001 or more.


(bellyan15.gif)

ところで、愛とロマンに満ちた

レンゲさんのお話をまとめて

『レンゲ物語』を作りました。

もし、レンゲさんの記事をまとめて読みたいならば、

次のリンクをクリックしてくださいね。

『愛とロマンのレンゲ物語』


(renge730.jpg)

『軽井沢タリアセン夫人 – 小百合物語』

とにかく、今日も一日楽しく愉快に

ネットサーフィンしましょうね。

じゃあね。


(bikini901b.jpg)


(dogs17.gif)


(girlxx.gif)

Big Mystery

 

Big Mystery

 


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Kato… What do you mean by “Big Mystery”?


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On the last day of July, I read the local paper, which says Malaysian Airlines MH370 has not been found since March 8, 2014 when it disappeared over the Indian Ocean.

That is, it’s been out of sight for more than 4 years, huh?

That’s right… The local paper shouts like this:

Missing Flight MH370 was

possibly ‘manipulated’

off course by a third party, report says


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By Angus Whitley Bloomberg
Chong Pooi Koon

Mon., July 30, 2018

 

Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, missing since 2014, was probably deliberately steered off course and flown to the southern Indian Ocean,
according to the Malaysian government’s safety report into the disaster.

MH370 vanished on March 8, 2014, en route to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur with 239 people on board.
Investigators have never been able to explain why the jet abandoned its route shortly into the flight, traversed Malaysia and then cruised south over the Indian Ocean.

It’s difficult to attribute the change in course to any system failure, according to the report released Monday.
“It is more likely that such manoeuvres are due to the systems being manipulated,” the report said.

Experts mapped the Boeing 777’s course only after picking through hourly data hookups with a satellite.
Extensive sonar searches of remote waters off Australia’s west coast failed to locate the wreckage.

Monday’s 449-page report offered little to solve modern aviation’s biggest mystery and stopped short of apportioning specific blame.
There’s nothing to suggest the plane was evading radar, or evidence of behavioural changes in the crew, it said.
Significant parts of the aircraft’s power system, including the autopilot function, were probably working throughout the flight, the report said.

“We are unable to determine with any certainty the reasons that the aircraft diverted from its filed planned route,” Kok Soo Chon, chief inspector of the MH370 investigation team, told reporters in Putrajaya, outside Kuala Lumpur. “The possibility of intervention by a third party cannot be excluded.”


SOURCE: Digital Version

In a nutshell, nobody knows what happend to MH370, huh?

You’re telling me.

According to the above paper, we know only the following five points…


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1) There is no evidence that an airplane tried to evade a radar.

2) No evidence of crew members’ abnormal behavior.

3) An important part of the aircraft’s power system including the autopilot function was probably not abnormal during flight.

4) It is NOT possible to determine the reason why the aircraft departed from the prescribed route.

5) The possibility of intervention by a third party cannot be excluded.

I think that it is a crime by a third-party intervention.

In other words, someone on the plane hijacked it… Is that what you think?

That’s righ… Let’s call the name of the hijacker Badawi Razak… He is a Malaysian in his 50s and has some experience in flying a fighter plane in the military. After graduating from an American university and retiring the military, he has once worked as the captain of civil aviation… Of course, he also knows how to handle the Boeing 777.

But how come Mr. Badawi Razak decided to hijack the plane?

Well… While he was studying at the American university, he came across the following book:


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Is this the book he came across while studying in the States?

That’s right… The above book has changed Badawi’s life.

This is a book written about the world-famous “Bermuda triangle”, isn’t it?

Yes, it is.

Bermuda Triangle


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The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil’s Triangle, is a loosely-defined region in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean, where a number of aircraft and ships are said to have disappeared under mysterious circumstances.

Most reputable sources dismiss the idea that there is any mystery.

The vicinity of the Bermuda Triangle is amongst the most heavily traveled shipping lanes in the world, with ships frequently crossing through it for ports in the Americas, Europe and the Caribbean islands.

Cruise ships and pleasure craft regularly sail through the region, and commercial and private aircraft routinely fly over it.

Popular culture has attributed various disappearances to the paranormal or activity by extraterrestrial beings.

Documented evidence indicates that a significant percentage of the incidents were spurious, inaccurately reported, or embellished by later authors.


SOURCE: “Bermuda Triangle”
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Badawi Razak is profoundly influenced by the mystery of this “Bermuda triangle” and deeply preoccupied by the mystery ever since.

But…, But…, Malaysia Airlines 370 flight vanished over ​​the Indian Ocean… NOT in the Bermuda triangle.


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The Indian Ocean is far from the Bermuda triangle, isn’t it?

Yes, you’re absolutely right… But if you read the above book, you’ll know that the mysterious triangle is not just in “Bermuda”!

Where else is it?

For example, in the waters around Japan there is a mysterious zone called “Dragon’s triangle”.


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According to the author, five military vessels had been lost in the two years from 1952 to 1954 in this zone.

Are you saying, Kato, Malaysia Airlines flight 370 vanished in this dangerous mystery triangle?


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NOT me, but the author of the above book said that… He supposes that there is a possibility that the myeterious triangle exists in the Indian Ocean as well.

Kato, are you saying that Mr. Badawi Razak has been addicted to the mystery of “Bermuda triangle” and hijacked the plane to confirm his theory?

That’s right.

Is that the only motive?

Besides, Badawi Razak was told by his doctor that he had a life expectancy of less than a year due to his cancer.

I see…. So Mr. Razak decided to sacrifice his life to prove the mysterious triangle or “demonic waters” exists in the Indian Ocean in addition to Bermuda Triangle and Dragon Triangle.

Yes, he did… Actually, Malaysia Airlines flight 370 disappeared on March 8, 2014, but nobody has found any trace of the plane for more than 4 years… In a sense, Badawi Razak proved it, didn’t he?

So, Kato, you’re saying that Mr. Razak as well as 239 passengers and crew members of Malaysia Airlines flight 370 rest in peace in the “demonic waters” of ​​the Indian Ocean?

Yes, I am… If you think so, the mystery is NOT a mystery any longer, is it?

But, it is awful and miserable that 239 people had to die with him simply because of realization of Mr. Razak’s dream.

I agree with you, Diane. If I were on the same plane, I would have confronted with Badawi Razak to save everybody eles.

… just like an event on United Airlines 93 on the day of the 9.11 terrorist attack?

That’s right.

United Airlines Flight 93

 


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United Airlines Flight 93 was a domestic scheduled passenger flight that was hijacked by four Al-Qaeda terrorists on board, as part of the September 11 attacks.
It crashed into a field in Somerset County, Pennsylvania, during an attempt by the passengers and crew to regain control.
All 44 people aboard were killed, including the four hijackers, but no one on the ground was injured.
The aircraft involved, a Boeing 757–222, was flying United Airlines’ daily scheduled morning flight from Newark International Airport in New Jersey to San Francisco International Airport in California.

The hijackers stormed the aircraft’s cockpit approximately 46 minutes after takeoff.
The pilot and first officer took measures, such as de-activating the autopilot, to hinder the hijackers.
However, Ziad Jarrah, who had trained as a pilot, took control of the aircraft and diverted it back toward the east coast, in the direction of Washington, D.C. Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and Ramzi bin al-Shibh have claimed that the intended target was the Capitol Building.

After the hijackers took control of the plane, several passengers and flight attendants learned from phone calls that suicide attacks had already been made by hijacked airliners on the World Trade Center in New York City and the Pentagon in Arlington County, Virginia.
Many of the passengers then attempted to regain control of the aircraft from the hijackers.
During the struggle, the plane crashed into a field near a reclaimed strip mine in Stonycreek Township, near Indian Lake and Shanksville, about 65 miles (105 km) southeast of Pittsburgh and 130 miles (210 km) northwest of Washington, D.C.
A few people witnessed the impact from the ground, and news agencies began reporting the event within an hour.

Of the four aircraft hijacked on September 11 – the others were American Airlines Flight 11, United Airlines Flight 175 and American Airlines Flight 77 – United Airlines Flight 93 was the only aircraft that did not reach its hijackers’ intended target.
Vice President Dick Cheney, in the Presidential Emergency Operations Center deep under the White House, authorized Flight 93 to be shot down, but upon learning of the crash, is reported to have said, “I think an act of heroism just took place on that plane.”

A temporary memorial was built near the crash site soon after the attacks.
Construction of a permanent Flight 93 National Memorial was dedicated on September 10, 2011, and the concrete and glass visitor center situated on a hill overlooking the site was opened exactly four years later.


SOURCE: “United Airlines Flight 93”
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Maybe, a similar incident occurred on Malaysia Airlines flight 370, didn’t it?

I suppose so… Since Badawi Razak was a lone wolf, a lot of passengers rushed to prevent him from entering the cockpit.

Kato, are you saying that the plane lost control during the fight and fell into the Indian Ocean?

Yes, that’s right.

Then, the remains of the aircraft may be discovered! How come nobody has found anything?

The plane happened to fall into the “demonic waters” of the Indian Ocean. That’s why it is still missing…


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【Himiko’s Monologue】


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What do you think?

What would you do if you happened to be on the hijacked plane?

Could you fight with the hijacker?

Or would you simply give up and meet your fate in peace?

The passengers on Malaysia Airlines flight 370 seemed to fight with the hijackers.

Unfortunately, while they confronted the terrorists, the plane lost control.

 


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In any road, I expect Kato will write another interesting article soon.

So please come back to see me.

Have a nice day!

Bye bye …


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If you’ve got some time,

Please read one of the following artciles:


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“Glorious Summer”

“Biker Babe & Granny”

“Genetically Modified”

“Tyrannosaur”

“Love@Magic”

“Yellow Ball”

“Welcome Back”

“Forbidden Love”

“Merry X’Mas”

“Heaven with Mochi”

“Travel Expense Scandal”

“Love@Redemption”


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“JAGEL”

“JAGEL Again”

“Say NO!”

Happy Gal in Canada

Roof of Vancouver

Aftershock

Whiplash

Sex Appeal

Better Off Without Senate

Fire Festival

Sweets@Paris

Scary Quake

MH370 Mystery

Putin’s Way

Trump @ Vancouver

Otter & Trump


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Changeling

Fiddler on the Roof

Flesh and Bone

Maiden’s Prayer

Romeo & Juliet

Trump @ Joke

Halloween in Shibuya

Trump Shock

Happy New Year!


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Life or Death

Way to Millionaire

Adele Hugo

Middle Sexes

Romance@Madison

Hacksaw Ridge

Eight the Dog

Halloween@Shibuya

Chef Babette

Ramen Boom

from Korea

Omakase@Sushi

Crocodile Meat

Killer Floods

Climate of Doubt

Glory of Death


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Hi, I’m June Adams.

Kato is a real movie lover, who tries to watch 1001 movies.

As a matter of fact, he has already accomplished his goal.


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『Actual List』


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Kato watched “The Arabian Nights” or “One Thousand and One Nights” as his 1001th movie.

You might just as well want to view it.


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The stories in “the Arabian Nights” were collected over many centuries by various authors, translators, and scholars across West, Central, and South Asia and North Africa.

The tales themselves trace their roots back to ancient and medieval Arabic, Persian, Indian, Egyptian and Mesopotamian folklore and literature.

In particular, many tales were originally folk stories from the Caliphate era, while others, especially the frame story, are most probably drawn from the Pahlavi Persian work Hazār Afsān which in turn relied partly on Indian elements.

What is common throughout all the editions of the Nights is the initial frame story of the ruler Shahryār and his wife Scheherazade and the framing device incorporated throughout the tales themselves.

The stories proceed from this original tale.

Some are framed within other tales, while others begin and end of their own accord.

Some editions contain only a few hundred nights, while others include 1,001 or more.


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ところで、愛とロマンに満ちた

レンゲさんのお話をまとめて

『レンゲ物語』を作りました。

もし、レンゲさんの記事をまとめて読みたいならば、

次のリンクをクリックしてくださいね。

『愛とロマンのレンゲ物語』


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『軽井沢タリアセン夫人 – 小百合物語』

とにかく、今日も一日楽しく愉快に

ネットサーフィンしましょうね。

じゃあね。


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万夜一夜@ロンドン

 

万夜一夜@ロンドン

 


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デンマンさん。。。 どういうわけで万夜一夜@ロンドンというタイトルにしたのですか?


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いけませんか?

かまいませんけれど、その理由を訊いているのですわァ~。。。

それを説明するには、まず次のリストを見て欲しいのですよう。。。

 


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『拡大する』

『万夜一夜物語』

 

これはライブドアの僕の「徒然ブログ」の日本時間で8月16日の午前4時27分から午前11時18分までの約7時間の「生ログ」の一部です。。。 赤枠で囲んだ箇所に注目してください。。。

あらっ。。。 8月16日の午前5時50分に 『万夜一夜物語』を読んだネット市民がいたのですわねぇ~。。。

そうなのです。。。 実は、ロンドンに住んでいる楠木 真里亜(くすのき まりあ)さんが読んだのですよ。。。

デンマンさんは、またIPアドレスを調べて真里亜さんが読んだ事を突き止めたのですか?

そうです。。。


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この写真の女性が楠木 真里亜(くすのき まりあ)さんなのですか?

そうです。。。

デンマンさんの『徒然ブログ』にアクセスする女性は、どういうわけで美人が集まるのですか?

ジューンさんをはじめ、ジュンコさん、めれんげさん、小百合さん、シルヴィーさん。。。 美人が僕の記事に出てくるので、日本語が分かる世界の美人が安心して『徒然ブログ』にアクセスするのですよう。。。 うへへへへへへ。。。

ところで、真里亜さんはロンドンで何をしているのですか?

ロンドン芸術大学のセントラル・セント・マーチンズ・カレッジでファションとデザインの勉強をしているのです。。。

 


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ロンドン芸術大学

 

ロンドン芸術大学は、アート、デザイン、ファッション、コミュニケーション、パフォーミング・アーツなど芸術分野を中心とした、英国国立の6 カレッジからなる大学(連合体)。

大学・大学院には、英国に限らず世界100カ国以上の国々から24,000名に上る学生が在籍しており、ヨーロッパ最大規模の芸術系大学・大学院(連合体)のひとつである。

卒業生からは、ロンドン芸術大学名誉教授でもあるジミー・チュー、ジョン・ガリアーノ、アレキサンダー・マックイーン、ステラ・マッカートニー、ジェームズ・ダイソン、テレンス・コンラン、ジャーヴィス・コッカーら、著名アーティストやデザイナー、クリエイターを多く輩出している。

 

各カレッジ

1) セントラル・セント・マーチンズ (Central Saint Martins)

ロンドン芸術大学の中で、一番規模が大きく、ファッション、アート、デザイン分野で世界を代表する大学のひとつ。
ファイン・アート、セラミック、ファッション、グラフィック、ジュエリーデザイン、プロダクト・デザイン、テキスタイル、シアター等のコースを擁する。

2) ロンドン・カレッジ・オブ・ファッション (London College of Fashion)

イギリスで唯一のファッション系専門大学。
ファッションの制作のほか、ファッション・ビジネス、マーケティング販売、メディア、プロモーション、ヘアーとメイクアップ、ビューティー・セラピーなど、広くファッション領域のコースを抱えている。

3) チェルシー・カレッジ・オブ・アーツ (Chelsea College of Arts )

芸術大学として世界のなかでも長い歴史を持つ大学で、絵画、彫刻、印刷、メディア、テキスタイル、室内装飾、 インテリア建築、ステンドグラス等を自由な組み合わせで履修することができる。2年間で修了できるデザイン( Textile Design、Interior Design、Public Art & Design)の大学課程を持つ。

4) キャンバーウェル・カレッジ・オブ・アーツ (Camberwell College of Arts)

芸術やデザインの基礎を理論と実践の両面から身に付ける幅広い専門的なコースを持つ。
銀細工、彫刻、陶器、グラフィック、美術史、修復等の学部、大学院コースおよびファンデーションコースを擁する。

5) ロンドン・カレッジ・オブ・コミュニケーション (London College of Communication)

英国のなかでもトップレベルのコミュニケーションや放送、メディアのための設備を整える実践的なメディア・コミュニケーション系の大学。
コースは基礎レベルから大学院レベルまで幅広く、映画、写真、印刷、出版、ジャーナリズム、グラフィック、広告、販売など多彩。
現在まで世界の第一線で活躍する多くのプロを送り出している。

6) ウィンブルドン・カレッジ・オブ・アーツ (Wimbledon College of Arts)

2006年からロンドン芸術大学のカレッジとなる。
ファインアートとシアターの専門家たちの協力を得て世界中から入学する学生達が独自の芸術を育んできたカレッジである。
ファインアート学科は質の高い制作実技や芸術理論などを専門とするプログラムを提供し、シアター学科は舞台芸術に関する学部から大学院課程まである。


出典: 「ロンドン芸術大学」
フリー百科事典『ウィキペディア(Wikipedia)』

でも。。。、でも。。。、どうやって『万夜一夜物語』を探し当てたのですか?

簡単なことですよ。。。 次のようにしてイギリスのGOOGLEを使って検索したのです。。。

 


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『拡大する』

『現時点での検索結果』

 

。。。で、ファションとデザインの勉強をしている真里亜さんが、どういうわけで『万夜一夜物語』を読んだのですか?

真里亜さんは学期末レポート(term paper)のために「アラビアンナイトの美学(Aesthetics of Arabian Nights)」というテーマを選んだのですよ。。。

その学期末レポートに参考になるようなことが『万夜一夜物語』に書いてあるのですか?

書いてあるのです。。。 読んでみてください。。。

美容と入浴と

アラビアン・ナイト

(千夜一夜物語)


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知ってますか?
古来より人は脱毛、入浴、化粧を非常に大切なものと考えていました。

アラビアン・ナイトには、人々が浴場に入って身体を洗い、
体毛を剃り、精神を安定させる話があります。

彼らは温められた大理石の上にクッションを置いて横になり、
毛抜師が石灰状のもので体を擦って、ムダ毛を取りました。
そしてその後ハーブ入りのオリーブオイルで、体を磨き上げたのです。
これは現在でいう垢すりのようなものです。

実際、彼らは麻を叩いて柔らかくした布で、
指先や足先から体の中心に向かって、擦りあげていきました。

そもそもコーランの教えに「体毛は不潔なものであり、体から取り除くこと」というのがあります。
そういうわけで男も女も体中のムダ毛を取っていたのです。
そのあとで薔薇水を飲み、体の内側から臭いを消したのです。

また女性の場合は小袋に入れたじゃこう(麝香)を陰部に差し入れ、
体臭を消していたそうです。

 


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アラビアン・ナイトに出てくる第五代教王ハルン・アル・ラシッドは400人の寵姫を囲い繁栄を極めました。
その頃の教王は三大陸にまたがる広大な土地を持ち、今のバグダットからナイル河に至るまでがその領土でした。
彼は入浴をこよなく愛し、常に香料を神聖なものとしてインドから輸入していました。

他にもアラビアン・ナイトは、「アリババと40人の盗賊」や「シンドバッドの冒険」、「ヤムリカ姫」、「海のザクロ姫」などの興味深い話に満ちています。
しかし、生活の基本は一般の人から教王に至るまで、浴場で体を磨き上げることだったことが、どの物語にも書かれています。

ところで、当時ヨーロッパ人はほとんど体を洗わない生活をしていました。
フランスで香水がはやったのも、風呂にほとんど入らなかったので、香水で匂いを消すためだったというのもうなづける話です。
つまり、当時中近東に住んでいた人たちは世界でも類まれな清潔を好む人たちだったのです。

 


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日本人もけっこう風呂好きですよね。
では、日本人の入浴の習慣はいつ頃から始まったのでしょうか?
多雨多湿な日本の気候風土が入浴と大きく関係しているのでしょうか。
それとも「湯水のごとく」という言葉があるように、
豊かな水に恵まれていたことと関係があるのでしょうか?

寒い冬、たっぷりと湯を張った風呂に肩までつかれば、冷え切った体は芯から温まります。
日本人の約8割は、毎日風呂に入るといわれていますが、こうした習慣ができたのは、

実は一般家庭に風呂が普及し始めた40~50年くらい前からです。
ちょっと、驚きでしょう?
また、風呂といえば湯を張った浴槽を連想しますが、風呂とはもともと蒸し風呂のことでした。

古事記や日本書紀には、水の中へ入り体を清める「みそぎ」の場面がしばしば登場します。
体の汚れとともに、心の穢も洗い清めるという意味がありました。

もちろん、それ以前から水の中で体を洗うという行為は、縄文人や弥生人も行っていたことでしょう。
こうした行為が入浴の起源といえるのかもしれません。

しかし、入浴とはたんに水で体を清潔にすることではありません。
入浴は湯を使うことが前提です。
当然、火と湯を沸かす道具が必要となってきます。

都市部において井戸がかなり自由に使えるようになったのは、江戸時代になってからのことです。
でも、庶民が毎日入浴できるほどには水が豊富にはなかったのです。

例えば、埼玉県で江戸時代になってから新田開発された地域では「芝行水」という風習がありました。
水が乏しいため、干した芝で体を拭いて垢や汗をぬぐいとったというのです。

風呂を沸かす燃料についても同じです。
農村ならば里山などから柴を刈ってくることもできるでしょうが、
毎日、風呂を沸かすほど大量の柴を取ってくることはできません。

さらに、浴槽を作るのにもかなりの技術と費用がかかり、
江戸の庶民が自宅に浴槽をもつことはとても無理な話でした。
実際には、日本人は風呂好きどころか、現代人ほどには入浴の習慣はなかったのです。

つまり、風呂好きだと思われている日本人も、
風呂に毎日入るようになったのは歴史的に見れば、ごく最近の事だったんですね。

そういうわけで、アラビアン・ナイトの時代に遡(さかのぼ)れば、
日本人もアラブ人の清潔好きには及ばなかったという事です。

日本人の平均寿命が世界一になった理由として、医学の進歩がまず言われますが、
中には、日本人の入浴の習慣もそのひとつではないかと考えている人もいるほどです。
考えてみれば納得がゆきますよ。

なぜなら、風呂に入る事で清潔が保てるし、
風呂に入る事でリラックスできてストレスが発散できます。

最近の研究では、ストレスが原因で発病する病気がかなりあるということが分かってきました。
例えば、胃がんなどはその良い例ですよね。

そういうことを考えながら、今夜もゆっくりと入浴して疲れとストレスをとってくださいね。


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『万夜一夜物語』より
(2015年4月21日)

つまり、真里亜さんは上の記事で参考になる部分を選んで英語でレポートを書くことにしたのですか?

そういうことです。。。

デンマンさんは、どういうわけで そこまでの事を知っているのですか?

だってぇ、真里亜さんがメールをくれたのですよう。。。

つまり、「参考になりました。 ありがとうございます」というメールをデンマンさんに出したのですか?

そうです。。。

その程度のことで、わざわざメールを出しませんわァ~。。。

あのねぇ~、真里亜さんには、いくつか他にも疑問の点があったのです。。。 だから、その疑問も含めてメールを書く気になったわけです。。。 ジューンさんは信じられないのですか?

信じられません。。。

信じられないなら、真里亜さんにジューンさんのメールアドレスを伝えますから、直接メールをだして確かめてください。。。

デンマンさん! それだけは止めてください。。。 わたしはメールのストーカー行為を受けて困っているのですから。。。 これ以上、私のメールアドレスを他人にあげないでください。。。 お願いします。。。


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【卑弥子の独り言】


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ですってぇ~。。。

確かに、最近、ストーカー行為を受けるほどに ジューンさんがネットで人気が出ているのです。。。

 


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千夜一夜物語の衣装を着たジューンさんに魅せられて、女性に成りすます男性が たくさん居るのでござ~ますわァ!

ええっ。。。 信じられないのですかァ?

じゃあ、ちょっと次のYouTubeのクリップを見てくださいまし。。。


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いかがでござ~ますかァ~?

男性が女装していると思いますかァ?

あたくしは、素直に信じることができませんわァ~。。。

話は全く違うのでござ~ますけれど、

実は、あたくしの“ヴィーナスのえくぼ”が殿方の注目を集めているのでござァ~ますわよう。

うふふふふふふふ。。。

ええっ。。。 信じられないのでござ~ますかァ?

じゃあ、ちょっと次の検索結果を見てくださいまし。。。

 


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『拡大する』

『現時点での検索結果』

 

「卑弥子 ヴィーナスのえくぼ」と入れてGOOGLEで検索する殿方が多いのでござ~ますわァ。

つまり、あたくしの“ヴィーナスのえくぼ”を目当てにやって来るのですわァ~。。。

うふふふふふふ。。。

あなたも、ビックリするでしょう?

ジムで汗を流して “ヴィーナスのえくぼ”をゲットいたしました。。。


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スタイルもよくなったのでござ~ますわァ~。。。


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いかがでござ~ますか?

でも。。。、でも。。。、“天は二物を与えず”と申します。。。

これほどスタイルが良くなったというのに、あたくしは未だに独身でござ~ますのォ。。。

世の中は、なかなか思うようにゆかないものですわァ~。。。

ところで、あなたは『万夜一夜物語』を読んだことがござ~ますかァ~?

“千夜一夜物語”ではなくてぇ、“万夜一夜物語”ですわ。


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『万夜一夜物語』

デンマンさんが書いたのでござ~ますわよう。

ええっ。。。 10,001の話が書かれているのかってぇ~。。。?

とにかく、上のリンクをクリックして読んでみてくださいませぇ~。。。

あなたも、絶対にビックリするようなお話が出てきますわァ。

『万夜一夜物語』だけでは、物足りないのでしたら、

ジューンさんが登場する面白いお話もたくさんあります。

興味のある方は、どうか次のリンクをクリックして読んでくださいましねぇ~。。。

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『悲愴と白鳥』

『ブッダと千夜一夜物語』

『絹の道と千夜一夜物語』

『ヤノマミの乙女』

『ジャータカと今昔物語』

『白木屋お熊とセックス』

『パンツを売る乙女』

『床上手な女@マルタ島』

『宮沢りえとおばさんパンツ』

『マチュピチュとインディー・ジョーンズ』

『映画を愛する薄命の女』

『ベニスの騒動』

『アンネとハンナ』

『名器たこつぼ』

『レダの卵を探して…』


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『サモトラケのニケとミロのヴィーナス』

『薄命な女のパンツ』

『ロトの娘たち』

『もう一人のモナリザ』

『万夜一夜の謎』

『自由という誘惑』

『驚異の大洪水』

『おつまみミステリー』

『混浴風景を探して』

『ハレルヤ』


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『マルタ島のロマンだ』

『宮沢りえ人気@海外』

『癒しを奏でるパンツ』

『マルタ島deロマン』

『生ログdeロマン散歩』

『宮沢りえ@クールジャパン』

『混浴風呂ガー』

『ウェルカムバック』

『コペンハーゲンからやって来た』

『ロシアからやって来た』

『海外美女ランキング』

『ブログを解剖する』

『スイスからトランプ見に来る』


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『海外美女を探して』

『パンツde大晦日』

『Tバック@三賀日』

『とっちゃん坊や』

『また千夜一夜』

『初恋の思い出』

『乳房振動とブラ』

『白木屋お熊』

『肥後ズイキ@セルビア』

『紐パン熟女』

軽井沢タリアセン夫人の小百合さんが扮するゴディバ夫人
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『美尻のビーナス』

『紐パン熟女に惹かれて』

『あの二人が気になって』

『肥後ズイキ@セルビア』

『私は下着女装です』

『ドリアンを探して』

『パリの日本人』

『ペンタゴン式己を疑う』

『薄命な女と映画』

『ラーメン@ベリーズ』

『うるさい夏』

『芭蕉と英語』

『晩香坡物語 生誕150年』

ジューンさんの熟女下着
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『エレクトラde中国』

『熟女パンツ』

『ラーメン@カイロ』

『スパム@クルーズ』

『えくぼ@ヴィーナス』

『孀婦岩』

『モナリザ描きたい』

『ジューンさんの下着』

『やっぱり熟女下着』

『じゅくじょのぱんてー』

『事実と芸術』

『パクられたパンツ』

『タイタニック@スリランカ』

『蜂@泣きっ面』

『外人が知っている美しい日本』

『腰使い 熟女』

『熟女の下着姿』

『腰を使う熟女』

『ブログランキング』

『曇ってきた@英語』

『出会い系より腰を使う熟女』

『ブリスベンの従妹』

『アヒルが行く』

『英語ペラペラ勉強法』

『ブラウザとOS』

『二千二夜物語』

『大晦日のおばさんパンツ』

『下着の人類学』

とにかく、次回も興味深い記事が続きますわ。
だから、あなたも、また読みに戻ってきてくださいね。
じゃあ、また。。。


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こんにちは。ジューンです。

スパムメールが相変わらず多いですわよね。

あなたのメールボックスにも、

ジャンクメールがいっぱい入っているでしょう!?

スパムメールを飛ばしているのは

いったい、どういう人たちなのでしょうか?

出会い系サイトのオーナーたちが多いそうですわ。

彼らは会員を集めるためにスパムメールをばら撒きます。

そのためにメールアドレスのリストを購入しています。

では、そのようなリストを販売している人は

どうやってメールアドレスを集めているのでしょうか?

ロボット(自動巡回プログラム)によって

自動収集させているのです。

ところで、サーチエンジンの自動巡回ロボットは

毎日世界中のサイトを訪問し、

その内容をデータベースに書き込んでいます。

同じように、このメールアドレス収集巡回ロボットも、

HTMLソースを分析し、

メールアドレスらしきものをどんどん記録してゆきます。

でも、使っていないメールアドレスが

たくさんあるのですよね。

あなたの使っているメールアドレスのことを

考えてください。

あなたはメールアドレスをいくつ持っていますか?

一つだけではないでしょう?

10以上持っているのではありませんか?

多分、ほとんどのメールアドレスは使ってないでしょう?

そのために、現在実際に使っている

メールアドレスを集めるために、

怪しい人物が使用度の高いメールアドレスを

集めているのですわよ。

だから、あなたもむやみに信用できない人に対して

返信しないようにしてくださいね。

詳しいことはデンマンさんが次の記事で書いています。

『コメント魔』

(2012年4月3日)


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ところで、卑弥子さんが面白いサイトを

やっています。

興味があったら、ぜひ次のリンクをクリックして

覗いてみてください。

『あなたのための笑って幸せになれるサイト』

とにかく、今日も一日楽しく愉快に

ネットサーフィンしましょう。

じゃあね。 バーィ


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『きれいになったと感じさせる

下着・ランジェリーを見つけませんか?』

『センスあるランジェリー』


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