Wednesday, March 29, 2006

im not drunk, japanese keyboards just suck

nuff said. ok, i only have a sec, because i have to pick up my cds of pictures. i will send them. if you want pictures. i will send them. if you want to see them, ask my parents. i dont know how to them, ask my parents. i dont know how to upload from here. a couple noteworthy things.1) i hit my head 3 times in the first 36 hours. it is only 6 total times now. 2 ) japan is the only country in the world where you can walk into a 7-11 and buy underwear, starbucks from a fridge, comic books, and ipods of the shelf. ipods! i was amazed
gotta go, im going to tachikawa today. i hear there is a velodrome there. hot shit

how an i supposed to sign my emails with a countdown clock now that i have arrived?



At 11:06 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Peter, this is Scott. I'm sorry to hear that your flight was shitty. Transpacific flights are that way... or at least the first 4 or so of them :) Hmm, for the pictures it can get complicated. Try going to an internet cafe and plugging in the USB cable for your camera. If you're lucky, the comp might recognize it without installing stuff. Otherwise, it can get kind of complicated. Or use a memory card reader, since those usually just display your memory card as a flash drive. But aside from that, what are your first impressions? Do you like it there? Or are you in awe of the massive cityscape? Either way, loosen up and have fun while you can. PS: You should learn how to use Windows, it might be helpful to do so ;)

At 4:05 PM, Anonymous Dash said...

As Scott said, USB it. However, if that fails to work I have a suggestion: Buy a USB stick, and when you find a computer savvy tomodati, get them to put the pictures on the USB stick for you. You shouldn't have any problems getting the net'cafe computer to read that as long as the image files are jpegs, or gifs or whatever. I can't believe you're going biking already! Did the bike get damaged in-flight, or did the sweaters help? Also: can you post your address? Tell us about your family. Well hope it's going good. Watch those low celings. Ta


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