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2021/03/03

Book of secrets of the art of war

 
Finally, I bought it.

That's right. It's the "Gorin no Sho," a book on the secrets of military strategy written by the great swordsman Miyamoto Musashi. The other day, I was watching a video on Youtube of a mosasaurus preying on a tyrannosaurus while drinking beer and soju-hai, and it came up as a topic in one of the related videos. I was watching a video of a mosasaurus preying on a tyrannosaurus, and it came up in a related video.

But actually, I haven't finished reading "The Martian Chronicles" by Ray Bradbury, which I made a big deal about the other day. I haven't finished it yet. In fact, I haven't read it at all for a while now. My excuse is that I've been trying to read books in the time between various tasks. However, if I read such books when I have a little free time, when I go back to my original work, I find myself wondering, "What was I doing? When I read them when I have a little free time, it takes me a long time to get my head back in the game, or I end up doing the same thing twice. So, even if I have a little free time, I tend to subconsciously avoid "immersing" myself in things these days. So it's hard for me to get into books that I need to be immersed in.

In addition, I'm a gentleman who has a habit of getting dizzy when I read while drinking, so I can't read while I'm drinking.

I'm in trouble. When I think about it, 24 hours is really short. I think a day used to be longer than that.


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2021/03/02

Turned into a nice cafe


 Hurry up and get the bottle. We have to get the bottle.

It's been a day since these words became the watchword of all mankind.

Where on earth can I get a "bottle"?

I was reading through the first volume of Yaro Abe's famous book "Midnight Diner" at a loss, when I received a comment on yesterday's article, "Hurry to DAISO! (Thank you very much).

I guess Kanashibari is overflowing with the blessings of God. After all, Kanashibari is overflowing with God's blessings, and there is a DAISO just a five-minute walk from the Kanashibari base. That's right, let's stop by DAISO before we go to the Kanashibari base tomorrow.

In preparation for the next day's trip to DAISO, I nourished my energy by watching a video on Youtube of a mosasaurus preying on a tyrannosaurus while drinking beer and drinking shochu, and went to sleep peacefully.

At noon today, I was about to leave my house thinking, "Well, let's go to the Kanashibari base... but I'll stop by DAISO first! It was raining when I was about to leave my house. It was raining when I was about to leave my house. It was a little bit, or quite a bit, if you will, a "long" way to go to DAISO before going to Kanashibari Base. If I walked a lot in the rain, I might get tired of holding the umbrella and my toes might get wet.

With a broken heart and a broken spirit, I was left with no choice but to head straight to the Kanashibari base like a ragdoll.

This time, I received a comment on the Facebook page where I shared yesterday's article, "If you're looking for a container that can be used all the time, I recommend Nescafe Barista" (thank you very much).

Nescafe? Bali what? What? What's that?

I immediately checked it out and found out that it's something really cool.

The Nescafe Varista is a coffee machine that allows you to enjoy a wide variety of café dishes with the touch of a button.

It seems that you can enjoy the fluffy crema (foam) and aroma of an authentic café using your regular Nescafe Eco & System Packs, such as Nescafe Gold Blend, at home.

The company says that if you have the popular Nescafe Goldblend Barista coffee machine, which allows you to make coffee whenever you want, your home will quickly turn into a wonderful cafe.

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I can't wait to get a bottle. I've got to get a bottle.

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2021/03/01

Bottle

 
I had run out of instant coffee at the Kanashibari base, so I bought a new one, but then I realized that I had thrown away the bottle that I had been using to make instant coffee.

I've been using the same bottle, refilling it, but the other day, when I finished using the contents of the bottle, it seems that I threw it away.

The other day, when I had finished using the contents of the bottle, I seemed to have thrown it away. It was a good thing that I bought instant coffee, but when I realized that I didn't have a bottle to put it in, I started crying, screaming, weakening, and became a cripple.

At any rate, I broke the seal and put the right amount into a cup of coffee, and at the same time boiled the water in the electric kettle. The bottle to transfer the contents no longer exists at the Kanashibari base, so I had no choice but to fasten it with a rubber band as shown in the top photo.

As the water in the electric pot seemed to have boiled, I tried to pour it into a cup, but the lid of the pot was soaking wet. I thought, "What's going on? I thought, "What's going on?" I found out that the water had been boiled with the lid half-open. If you boil water with the lid half open, the lid will get soaked. This will be on the test.

If the lid is soaked, it means that water has leaked into the room in the form of steam. This means that the instant coffee, which is only held in place with a rubber band, is in grave danger. At this rate, it may only be a matter of time before the instant coffee inside the bag absorbs all the moisture and hardens into one giant rock.

I need to get a bottle. I have to get a bottle.

But where can I find a bottle? Even if I buy a new jar of instant coffee and replace the contents, I still won't be able to find a jar to put the instant coffee that was originally in the jar in. It's an endless bottle hell.

I have to get a bottle. I have to get a bottle.

Things are heating up.


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2021/02/28

Tiramisu and Zipangu


I had a craving for something sweet, so I bought a "tiramisu-like crepe-like cake-like something" at a convenience store, and when I ate it, I tasted honey to my horror.

I'm sure I've had tiramisu a few times before, but did it have that much honey in it?

I looked it up, but it doesn't really feature honey, does it? I don't see many recipes that use honey.

I don't really have any feelings about tiramisu, so I don't really care if it's arranged as "honey-heavy" or "cucumber-heavy," but I was strangely bothered by the honey, and it made my memory of the original tiramisu taste even less clear.

By the way, when you say the word "tiramisu," the word "bubble" instantly comes to mind, doesn't it? That's right. Tiramisu in Japan is a chic dessert born in northern Italy that emerged in the swirling frenzy of the bubble era.

I've never experienced the benefits of the bubble era, but in those days, young people were feverishly enjoying themselves at discos at night, all the women wore one-piece body-con dresses and waved fans all the time, company expenses were unlimited, you had to wave a 10,000 yen bill to stop a cab, Rolls-Royces were selling like hotcakes, bonuses were handed out so fast that the bonus bags were standing upright, multiple mistresses were paid one million yen each every month, and all the company employees took taxis to work. All company employees commuted by cab. It seems to have been a wonderful time.


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2021/02/27

The future of humanity

 

What the hell was that brand symbol in my dream the other day?

Needless to say, this question is one that will affect the future of humanity.

Of course, the future of humanity is as important to me as raw oysters, so I licked my way through all the volumes of the manga Cobra and finally found the relevant part.


And what I thought were "subterranean people" were "Martian cavemen".


But it's not quite right.

But today, I had a lightning bolt of inspiration.

This.


This is Guy-Manuel de Omen-Christo of Daft Punk. Yes, the brand mark that appeared in my dream was the profile of this helmet.

Oh, thank goodness. I have saved humanity from the danger of extinction again. As usual, I can't thank you enough, but if you insist, you can simply give me Bank of Japan notes, securities, expensive goods, land and building rights, etc., issued by the Bank of Japan.


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