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2007日本秋之旅--黑道治國

我這標題當然是下的太直接了一點 但 日本的黑道真的很妙 她們是會過問政治的 用過問這個字因為我覺得跟台灣不大一樣 台灣是黑道買票當議員 然後就可以吸金 但是日本當然也有類似的 可是她們關注的議題常常都不是最熱門的 也就是說 她們總是有牠們獨特的著眼點 目的比較像是跟美國人一樣 要宣揚本國的地位 比方說上面照面裡 應該是在築地市場外的一台小巴士 車身上寫的應該是有關 在北韓的受害者的事件 這 我想應該不會是當時多數日本居民重視的是 但黑道們卻很注意 我也很懷疑這一個議題可以餵牠們帶來金錢收入 只能說 她們就是有他門在意的東西 而那個跟能不能吸金應該是無關
其實會注意到這個是因為宋威廉老師的客上他提到日本有這樣的文化 黑道會租用小巴士並且甚至已擴音器發表意見演說行駛於鬧區 在選舉時耿更是常常見到 這真的很有趣 也很好奇日本人本身到底是怎嚜看待黑道對政治與外交的關注

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the sign

This is the talisman that I bought last year in Japan. It came from a famous temple which is shown in Geisha. the exact temple in which the heroine runs across numerous red gateway.
the talisman is meant to protect the one who wears it and to reconcile the possible danger before hand.
Usually, I am not a very superstitious person. however this kind of trivial signs always bother me a lot.
Every time something close to me is broken or lost, I could not help but wonder if there was something happened and I did not know for the moment and forever.
The sense of insecurity would annoy me for a while until the busy life schedule pushs me further.

On the other hand, I am kind of released at this moment, for I tend to assume this talisman had
solved some possible problem or danger for me.

This evening on my way to the MRT station, this Fox-shaped talisman dropped on the elevator.
Immediately I pick it up and keep it in my bag.
Then once again, I wonder what could happen and what would happen~

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