When flipping channels for whatever

When flipping channels for whatever reason, I keep finding myself stuck on a local public access program which seems to broadcast continuously on channel 28. Mostly in Japanese, the Moshi Moshi Project teaches Japanese to school children. It’s the ultimate in public access–silly people doing silly things. You gotta see these guys sing (and dance, sort of) about drinking milk. Oh no…as I type that very segment is coming on again. In any case, what I’ve learned so far is that the Japanese language has a lot of syllables. They add syllables like the French add vowels. I’ve also learned that I will never speak Japanese.

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