Today’s music is brought to you by DJ Steve Porter.

A few days back I watched a video regarding blow jobs causing throat cancer. Made me lol hard, so I thought about it, maybe get her vaccinated if you want your partner to blow you.

I might as well plug this show as well. My Life Me

I may not be a fan of western art, but when it comes to east meets west, it’s not bad. I’m often reminded of this when I think of east meets west.

and this…

Nothing wrong with east meets west. At least, well, if it’s done well. My life me is OK, as far as east meets west. But I mean c’mon, it’s only Fanime tards that rage over this kind of junk. If you’re open minded then  you should be fine; Anyway, check it out if you get the time.

Next up, Japan is offering free trips to Japan.

People say that nothing in life is free, that everything has a price. But you know what? Those people are wrong. Every once in a while, life gives you a break and presents you with an awesome opportunity. How does a free trip to Japan sound?

In an effort to combat the slump in tourism that followed the 3/11 disaster, Japan’s Tourism Ministry is planning to give away 10,000 plane tickets to foreigners to come to Japan with a program called Fly to Japan. That’s right, 10,000 lucky foreigners will ride to Japan in style courtesy of the Japanese government. Think of it like Willy Wonka’s Golden Ticket times a thousand.

Of course, the Japanese government won’t be giving these plane tickets to just anybody. To get a ticket, you’ll have to fill out an online application asking why you want to visit Japan, where you want to go, and what you think about Japan since 3/11. And after your trip, you’ll be asked to write a report about your visit that will be published online.

In a nutshell, this is a big PR campaign for Japan to convince people that post-3/11 Japan is still a safe place, and the government hopes that the people who win the tickets will spread a word-of-mouth message that Japan’s an awesome place to visit.

Not all of the details have been finalized yet, so the application isn’t available online at the moment. But by all reports, Japan’s Tourism Ministry is dead serious about Fly to Japan and plans to give away the tickets sometime in 2012. Look for updates on the Japan National Tourism Organization’s website here.

Now to be clear, this will just cover airfare to Japan. Once you get off of the plane, you’re completely on your own. Still, this is a huge opportunity. Getting a free flight to Japan? That’s pretty amazing. This is seriously a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, so if you’ve ever had an interest in visiting Japan, do yourself a favor and keep an eye on Fly to Japan. This could be life-changing.

P.S. Where would you go in Japan? Tell me on Twitter!
P.S.S. What would you want to do there? Let me know on Facebook!

Thanks Hashi from Tofugu.

I have this major pressing issue. I really, really hate playing the sympathy book here, Japan but damn. You’re trying to combat a failing economy by “giving away” tickets in a raffle? This is how you fix a country: Hunker your ass down and focus on making SMART economic decisions. I’ve no faith in humanity left since people are stupid when it comes to decisions. It’s not the market’s fault, it’s faulty decisions made by people. To a degree everyone has a bit of naivety, but the degree of naivety should not influence how markets work nor should it influence major decisions.

Anyway, enough rambling.

Let’s tackle the last and final thing I heard over the last couple of weeks and end this game of catch-up.

Last and final thing, MLP is out putting new eps this weekend IIRC. My friend said something about a new episode airing sometime around the 2nd week of October, which is about now. Speaking of 2nd week of Okotbre, we’re 2 weeks into Oktobre and holy crap is it hot in here…and 2 weeks; Time sure does fly these past days. Well, that about wraps it up for today.

See you guys, until next time.