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Apr 24, 2014
meowazaki:

The Wind Rises (2013)
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The Wind Rises (2013)

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Apr 24, 2014
qock:

Zóna Indusztriála lll by VNP galériák
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qock:

Zóna Indusztriála lll by VNP galériák

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lesserjoke:

Descriptivists of the world, feel free to use this as a response to language criticism whenever you see fit!

god bless

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Apr 24, 2014 / 1,977 notes

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fuckyeahconjugation:

lesserjoke:

Descriptivists of the world, feel free to use this as a response to language criticism whenever you see fit!

god bless

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斎藤環『社会的ひきこもりー終わらない思春期』の英訳の表紙Cover of my translation of SAITŌ Tamaki’s Hikikomori: Adolescence without EndForthcoming from University of Minnesota Press in March 2013
In March 2013, the University of Minnesota Press will be publishing my translation of a groundbreaking book on the subject of hikikomori (people who drop out of society and shut themselves away indoors, withdrawing from society for extended periods of time).  Originally published by the Japanese psychologist Saitō Tamaki 斎藤環 in 1998, this book attempts to describe and define social withdrawal and provides hints for how to help bring people in withdrawal back into mainstream society.  The book set off a firestorm of controversy in Japan and rapidly promoted Saitō to a position as the foremost expert on this condition.  This will be the first translation into English of this book. 
Apr 21, 2014 / 121 notes

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斎藤環『社会的ひきこもりー終わらない思春期』の英訳の表紙
Cover of my translation of SAITŌ Tamaki’s Hikikomori: Adolescence without End
Forthcoming from University of Minnesota Press in March 2013

In March 2013, the University of Minnesota Press will be publishing my translation of a groundbreaking book on the subject of hikikomori (people who drop out of society and shut themselves away indoors, withdrawing from society for extended periods of time).  Originally published by the Japanese psychologist Saitō Tamaki 斎藤環 in 1998, this book attempts to describe and define social withdrawal and provides hints for how to help bring people in withdrawal back into mainstream society.  The book set off a firestorm of controversy in Japan and rapidly promoted Saitō to a position as the foremost expert on this condition.  This will be the first translation into English of this book. 

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my-esl-student:

It’s burnt toast art.  I’ll tell you how to make it.  Put some bread in the toaster.  Bread should be covered where you don’t want to burn with aluminum foil.  The rest is to leave the job up to the toaster.
Apr 21, 2014 / 39 notes

my-esl-student:

It’s burnt toast art.  I’ll tell you how to make it.  Put some bread in the toaster.  Bread should be covered where you don’t want to burn with aluminum foil.  The rest is to leave the job up to the toaster.


Yohji Yamamoto Menswear Fall/Winter 1992
Apr 21, 2014 / 319 notes

Yohji Yamamoto Menswear Fall/Winter 1992

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