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Mar. 19th, 2008

  • 1:03 AM
lj user = heartdivide
Today I... went to an Narration Audition in Shimbashi (Ginza). Very easy, don't care so much if I get it or not, but the money would be nice. :)
Oooh my, the Ginza area just breathes money.  It's all expensive looking business buildings ( all glass windows, bright tiles, those ticket gate like thingies to enter the building,) asurdly priced eating places, Pachinko parlors, and other unsavoury (ie gross) entertainment places.  It also has a million art galleries and museums. (sp?)
   
     After the audition, I got kaiten sushi, and the ran over to a Matisse and Roualt exhibit in the Mitsubishi Building.  The exhibit, was alright.  I prefer Matisse over Roualt, but neither of them are what I would personally purchase.  I don't like the way galleries are lit, I understand the idea of having spotlights, maybe to protect the paintings, and to emphasize the painting.  However, if your gallery is so dark that I can barely see the painting, I think something is being lost here....n'est pas?  And the stuffiness of the whole Art exhibit atmosphere is overly presumptous. 
  Why?  Well, first, no one is allowed to converse above a whisper. Secondly, there is a women employed solely for the purpose of running over if your nose pokes 1 cm over the tape border scold you.  Finally, keeping everything in such darkness make it hard for me to physically SEE the painting?  Um.... missing the point are we? 
  Another factor I dislike about those above points is that they combine to create an atmosphere that is very intimidiating, therefore making the Fine Art world seem elitist, snobby, solely area of the affluent and tasteful.  I disagree with this becaue I think the world of art should be accessible to anyone.  I mean, a picture is worth a thousand words.  ( As cliche as that is.)

After that, I went to the AMT  ( Advertising Museum of Tokyo I believe.... I may be wrong,)  which was GREAT!  Fabulous! Very intersting and informative.  I highly reccomend it!

Finally, I took this long, unessecary way of taking the train ride home.   And that was my day..  Oh and I tested level 2 on the french test of L'Institut on the website, where for 2 weeks I can get lessons.   For 35000 (350 dollars).

P.S. forgive the typos, convoluted sentences, annoying misuse of punctuation, and any strange grammar.  Obviously this wasn't edited.
 

Mar. 19th, 2008

  • 12:58 AM
lj user = heartdivide
Hello...
I found this on a blog, and it' s true you know.  Obviously the author is being very pessimistic, but it's true desperation for finding people that you can talk to, and who will talk to you ( let you into their group.) is very hard, so you end up talking to a lot of Christians. 

Anyway, just randomly stumbled on it from hitotoki.com 

こんいちわ、haha

  • Feb. 29th, 2008 at 12:38 AM
lj user = heartdivide

Dec. 23rd, 2007

  • 10:22 PM
lj user = heartdivide
さくらん映画を見た。すげっ大好き!二回見た。Now I really want to meet Mika Ninagawa and Anna Tsuchiya.  This is so much better than that awful, hollywood Sayuri. 

design festa exhausted.

  • Nov. 17th, 2007 at 11:43 PM
lj user = heartdivide
Design Festa
so, tired.
Just randomlu going to type for refernce in the future.
Business cards laminated are the best.
websites that are easy to type urls are the best.
Drawing on your wall is the the best.
Smile to attract customers.
stick out or out of the center to draw attention to yourself.
DOn't wear higheels to walk in all day.
i don't  want to eat when I have art.  But the french place is good.
I'm not very funny in japanese.  That sucks.
muckhouse hahaha,
I HA VE AN Internship!!!!!  i'not wuite sure how.  they'Re so cool
knowing how to self promote is important.  Say douzou!  it will make a differnce.

design fes6t

  • Nov. 17th, 2007 at 11:43 PM
lj user = heartdivide
Design Festa
so, tired.
Just randomlu going to type for refernce in the future.
Business cards laminated are the best.
websites that are easy to type urls are the best.
Drawing on your wall is the the best.
Smile to attract customers.
stick out or out of the center to draw attention to yourself.
DOn't wear higheels to walk in all day.
i don't  want to eat when I have art.  But the french place is good.
I'm not very funny in japanese.  That sucks.
muckhouse hahaha,
I HA VE AN Internship!!!!!  i'not wuite sure how.  they'Re so cool
knowing how to self promote is important.  Say douzou!  it will make a differnce.

blahblah no art.

  • Nov. 12th, 2007 at 1:46 AM
lj user = heartdivide
Why are so many people on Livejournal Russian?  No really, why?
   It's comparable to the way Friendster is almost completely Phillipino.... .  Hmmm, strange/ intersting
Today was quite.  I went hiking with my mother, and we ate unripe tangernines,   They were delicious.

I REALLY want to go to FILMeX.  I just read about it in the Japan Times, but I'm going to go to it.   If it's not too expensive I'm going to try and go by myself, or find someone to go with me.  Hopefully. 

Stuff  has been happening.  Mundane things though, it wouldn't really interst anyone besides myself.  Just to prove to myself that things do happen  in my day to day life.

Why the heck do i alwats post at 2 am?  Non of my post are coherent for this reason.

Good night.

MicRowave the water

  • Nov. 7th, 2007 at 2:19 AM
lj user = heartdivide
It's 2:29 AM.    - I love the fact that I can microwave water to make it hot.  I also love the fact that I know the scientific explanation of how this happens, even if it does make me a nerd.   And, maybe I'm not a nerd, maybe I looked it up on howstuffworks.com or something.  (actually I think I read it somewhere, like an article explaining why the fears of your microwave's waves hitting your groceries, and creating a new species are stupid.... as long as you don't hit the on button I think.   Maybe I'm wrong, maybe we'll all end up looking like Michael Jackson because we late at night we decided to use modern conveineces and heatup our water by microwaving it.)

  I feel like that was just a very long run-on sentence.  Well, it's 2 AM.  I have some excuse.  

Question: Why can't I ever just post one sentence posts?  Why can't I stop typing?
I'll probably read this tommorow and laugh at embarrasingly lame Late Night Attempts at Humour.  Nevertheless, I probably won't delete it.

I'll also probably wince at my grammer mistakes, caused by not ever editing a sentence after I type it.  Once it's typed, and it has a period, I consider it finished.

Yah, I might come back and edit this baby.

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Something I noticed

  • Oct. 31st, 2007 at 12:44 AM
lj user = heartdivide
I've been thinking recently, (try to contain your shock at my cognitive processes,) about differences between Japan and the USA.  Cultural differences, and physical differences.