Wednesday, Nov 18, 2015, 02:12:32

"Behind Japanese parochialism " by a R. Dujarric in Japan Times

Lets get this straight :

Parochialism is the state of mind, whereby one focuses on small sections of an issue rather than considering its wider context. More generally, it consists of being narrow in scope. The term originates from the idea of a parish (Latin: parochia), one of the smaller divisions within many Christian churches .

Reading this article it is obvious that  Bobby "Provintial" is working with Yonjuzuri-sensei at Temple kindergaden-sunday-school making a living of "observing" and "analising" Japan and the japanese. ...........

Well, we think that the whole Temple "University" riff raff should go back to where they came from and do what seems within their capabilities: hogwhash and potato-growing.




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