Posts Tagged ‘Japan’

Porn Is Christmas Present Porn Hub Survey

In Sex, Surveys on December 22, 2013 at 23:19

A Porn site Porn Hub has published its survey on their site’s usage and it makes an interesting read.

Data for 2012 and 2013.

Porn as X mas Gift

Christmas Gift..Porn


Porn Survey by Porn Hub

Pon Hub Survey 2013

Porn Survey.

Time spent on Porn watch 2013

1.Most Porn Visits January ,except Brazil,Japan and Mexico.

2.Least Porn visits August.except Brazil,Spain,Japan and Mexico

The same Data Worldwide.

3.While there is very low traffic on Weekends in the rest of the world, the US takes a day off on Thursdays.

4.US spent 10 minutes, 39 seconds, on average, on the website every time they visited this past year, the Huffington Post reported.

5.Britain,  spent a minute less than Americans gets the second place.

6.Total Visits in 2012; “that over the last year, users came to Pornhub an astonishing fourteen billion, seven hundred seventy five million times, that works out to roughly 1.68 million visits per hour over the entire year.(dnaindia).com)

Curious fact is that  maximum visits are in January and least in August.

I have thought about this.

As the data represents world-wide , I am unable to see any pattern.

Somebody may find out the connection between the period of the year and Porn Searches.

Porn as Christmas Present.

Japan leads the world as the first in the gift of Porn as a Christmas Gift.




Cannibalism,Eating People Safe?

In Interesting and funny, lifestyle on December 16, 2013 at 12:48

Cannibalism has been in vogue since the dawn of civilization.

We may now abhor it but the fact is that we can not deny that or forefathers ate Humans.

It is a fact that,even today, there is Cannibalism .

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I have posted a few blogs on this under interesting and funny.

I wondered whether people ate people because they had no other option to survive like the cases where some the Arctic and Antarctic Explorers resorted to it;or is it because it is healthy?

I checked.

It is not Safe but dangerous too.

The real danger comes about if the person you attempt to ingest happens to be infected with prions, which lead to a class of diseases called transmissible spongiform encephalopathies. A prion is a bizarre infectious agent. Unlike other things you can catch that make you sick, like bacteria, viruses, parasites, or fungi, prions don’t have genetic material and aren’t really alive. Actually, they’re proteins that are misfolded, and when they infect a healthy organism, they cause its normal proteins to start misfolding as well, leading to a sort of chain-reaction. And this mostly happens in the brain. Eventually, the prions will eat holes in the tissue, causing a characteristic swiss cheese appearance. Thus the name transmissible spongiform encephalopathy. Transmissible, meaning that it’s highly infectious. Spongiform, literally meaning a form that looks like a sponge. And encephalopathy comes from pathy, or disease, and encephalo, meaning inside the head (as in the brain).

Prion infection is untreatable and always fatal. It leads to painful neurodegeneration, resulting in dementia and ataxia, or uncoordinated and uncontrolled muscle movements. This can be seen in a common manifestation of prion disease, bovine spongiform encephalopathy, or mad cow disease. Mad cow spreads when animals eat infected tissue, but it can also occur spontaneously, and it may be passed down genetically. And we can get a human variant if we eat beef that’s infected with mad cow. Although the concentration of prions is highest in the brain and spinal cord, they can be found in bloodmuscle, and even bone. And cooking the meat does nothing to destroy the prions. Whether it be cow or human flesh, spongiform encephalopathies are still highly contagious even when served well-done.

Creutzfelt-Jacob disease is the most common human prion disease, but it’s still relatively rare, affecting only one in one million people. It usually comes about via a random mutation, through familial inheritance, or by grafts or transfusions from an infected individual. Cannibalism is more often associated with a disease known as kuru, first described in Papua New Guinea in the 1950s. There, the Fore tribe practiced ritualistic cannibalism, eating the brains of recently deceased relatives in an effort to capture their “life force.” And although the practice was halted by the 1960s, the last reported kuru death was in 2005. Prion incubation periods can span anywhere from 5 to 40 years, during which a person has no symptoms. But during its acute phase, kuru comes on with a vengeance, causing whole-body tremors. Within six to eighteen months, kuru victims die.

Cannibalism through the Ages.

Man cooks his genitals and sells it.

In 2012, a Japanese man had his genitals removed and then seasoned them before cooking them for five paying dinner party guests. Mao Sugiyama, 22, who is asexual, had voluntarily undergone surgery to have them removed. However, the illustrator took his frozen penis and scrotum home from the hospital and organized a grim party.

He charged guests around $250 per person to eat his severed genitalia in Tokyo, Japan. They were garnished with mushrooms and parsley. Before tucking into dinner, guests sat down to listen to a piano recital and take part in a panel discussion.

Mao, who goes by the nickname HC, had initially considered eating his own penis – but decided to serve them up, instead. He cooked the genitalia himself as he was supervised by a chef. In a Tweet, he offered to cook his penis for a guest for 100,000 yen. However, he ultimately decided to split the “meal” between six guests.

In total, around 70 people attended the event in the Suginami ward in Tokyo. While five people tucked into Mao Sugiyama’s genitalia, the rest of them ate beef or crocodile. The people who ate his genitalia were a 30-year-old couple, a 22-year-old woman, a 32-year-old man, and Shigenobu Matsuzawa, 29, an event planner.



Earthquake Japan 7.3 Helplines

In natural disasters on October 26, 2013 at 18:36

Japan has been hit by an earthquake of 7.3 Scale on Richter off Fukushima, Prefecture coast to-day and Tsunami Alert has been issued.

Japan’s meteorological agency said the quake was an aftershock of the magnitude 9.0 earthquake and tsunami that struck the same area in 2011, killing about 19,000 people and devastating the Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear power plant.

Tsunamis of up to 40 centimeters (15 inches) were reported Saturday at four areas along the coast, but a tsunami advisory was lifted less than two hours after the quake.

Japanese television images of harbors showed calm waters. The quake hit at 2:10 a.m. Tokyo time (1710 GMT) about 290 kilometers (170 miles) off Fukushima, and it was felt in Tokyo, some 300 miles (480 kilometers) away.

“It was fairly big, and rattled quite a bit, but nothing fell to the floor or broke. We’ve had quakes of this magnitude before,” Satoshi Mizuno, an official with the Fukushima prefectural government’s disaster management department, told The Associated Press by phone. “Luckily, the quake’s center was very far off the coast.”

Mizuno said the operator of the troubled Fukushima plant, Tokyo Electric Power Co., said no damage or abnormalities have been found.

Japan’s meteorological agency issued a 1-meter (3-foot) tsunami advisory for a long stretch of Japan’s northeastern coast, and put the quake’s magnitude at 7.1. The U.S. Pacific Tsunami Warning Center did not post warnings for the rest of the Pacific.

Earthquake and tsunami warnign ,Fukushima, japan

Tsunami Warning for Japan


Helpline for Foreigners in Iwate, Miyagi and Fukushima prefectures

 There are four special counselling departments: counselling service in foreign languages, domestic violence counseling service for women, sexual minority counselling service as well as suicide department.

This is the new hotline dedicated to the areas the earthquake strike in 2011.
You can call it from anywhere in Iwate, Miyagi and Fukushima prefecture.

Toll Free: 0120-279-226

Wait after the Japanese guidance, then please press 2.
You will be directed to the general counselling service hotline for non-Japanese speakers.

For more information please refer to the link below:
Helpline for Foreigners in Iwate, Miyagi and Fukushima prefectures

This hotline can be used for various languages such as English, Chinese, Korean and Tagalog.

Helpline for Foreigners in Iwate, Miyagi and Fukushima prefectures(PDF)





Ghosts Leaping During Tsunami Japan Tsunami Video

In Interesting and funny, videos on August 12, 2013 at 18:24

Ghosts were seen leaping in tsunami Torrent in Japan


They were also sighted in between the buildings.


Is this real?


Launched The Gangster Magazine’

In crime on July 26, 2013 at 09:02

The Triad,Mafia and the lot of Organised crimes seem to be feeling the heat.

Magazine for Gangsters.

The number of yakuza has declined in recent years, standing at 63,200 in late 2012, down 7,100 on year, according to the National Police Agency.
The Yamaguchi-gumi makes up more than 40 percent of the nation’s organised criminals, but it lost 3,300 members in 2012, the agency said.
For more information see: http://en.tengrinews.kz/companies/Japan-mob-publishes-magazine-for-gangsters-reports–20893/
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So much so,Japan has started  Magazine for gangsters,!

Japan’s biggest yakuza organised crime group has published a magazine for its members that includes a poetry page and senior gangsters’ fishing diaries, reports said Wednesday.

The eight-page publication has been distributed among the Yamaguchi-gumi, a sprawling syndicate believed to have about 27,700 members, in a bid to strengthen unity in the group, the daily Sankei Shimbun reported.

The front page of the “Yamaguchi-gumi Shinpo” (newsletter) carries a first person piece by the group’s don, Kenichi Shinoda, instructing younger members in the values and disciplines they should observe, the Sankei said.

Shinoda writes that times have become hard for Japan’s mafia and that they can no longer rely on their “brand” to generate profitability in their operations, the Mainichi Shimbun said.

The magazine, which is not being made publicly available, has an entertainment section detailing fishing trips by top officials, along with satirical haiku — a traditional Japanese form of poetry — and pieces on the board games Go and Shogi, the reports said.”





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