Thursday, February 28, 2008

JTO editors just noticed

that the mythical love and respect for nature in Japan is mythical:

What is worse is how ugliness has penetrated Japan's historic heartland, and no one seems to care.

Mikako Hayashi, associate professor of restorative dentistry and endodontology at Osaka University, remembers her return to Japan after 16 months doing research at England's Manchester University and exploring the historic spots there. She says: "As the aircraft banked on its final approach, I looked out of the window to see the countryside of my homeland — and it looked as if some demon giant had tipped a huge garbage can over the landscape." Japan Times Online

Some childish idiot would say something like, "Well, duh?"

Well, duh?

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