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  1. Wow, this is one reason why I want to go to Japan. I love their culture and now this; they are so passionate at everything they do.

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  3. I wonder if when they fire an explosive at the asteroid to collect soil samples, it will knock the asteroid on to a collision course with earth? Hmmm….

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  4. My motorbike, made in Japan.
    My car, made in Japan.
    My refrigerator, made in Japan.
    My rice cooker, made in Japan.
    My TV, made in Japan.
    My air conditioner, made in Japan.
    My fan, made in Japan.
    My Stove, made in japan.

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  5. Don't look now but I think that tree is following us! 🌲
    I believe the person who developed the tree that says feed me was inspired by "The Little Shop of Horrors".

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  6. Okay, so my future toilet could see disease in my system,
    but is google going to sell that information to my insurance company?
    Or Amazon going to sell it to a hospital? My employer? Strangers? Hmmm.

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  7. Let's encourage and show appreciation to those genius Japanese people for creating the incredible things. Let's make a holiday one day a year, calling it Japanese genius people day. That would encourage them even more to create more amazing things

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  8. 11:00 Every time we go to pee they would be able to test for cancer? Hahahahaha…we already have that. Do you remember what those infra red devices look like on urinals? Pretty small, eh? Well, where i work, the company has installed a box that's 12 inches wide by 36 inches high over the urinals. Of course i go kidding around to everyone that those boxes contain all that is required to test blood, poop, pee, breath, temperature and any other testing that could get done. And of course, every one there tells me that i'm imagining things…and then i see this video.

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  9. There is no technical revolution that hasn’t already been done by others! Where are the actual photographs? The Japanese are not being taken seriously as their devices are regarded by scientists as toys to the simple minded or as entertainment

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