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Tony D. Puddlespuddle Reviews JapanSoc

I’m running a contest over on the JapanSoc Community Blog, with a grand prize of $50! All you have to do is make a promo video for JapanSoc, about 2 minutes long, post it to YouTube and send me the url via the JCB contact form

The first entry into the contest is this video by Mike from Japan Is Doomed. Here’s Tony D. Puddlespuddle, Internet Expert…

Mike is urging everyone in the world to go to YouTube, rate this video 5 stars and subscribe to his channel. C’mon, do it for Tony!

The Mystery of the Dragons

If there’s one sport I really don’t understand, it’s baseball. It’s not that I don’t understand the rules, I just don’t see the appeal of it as a spectator. There are far too many stops and starts, and the ball is too small to see anyway! 

Celebrating with sales – 20% off!

Some people love baseball, but for me, the best thing about the sport is that if your local team wins the Japan Series, shops celebrate with sales! In our case, the Chunichi Dragons won for the first time in 53 years, which is why we bought Rikuto a Big O Ball. It was a bargain at 20% off!

The Mystery of the Dragons

Despite a Dragons victory, baseball remains a mystery to me. Fortunately, in this classic 1971 segment from Sesame Street, the Japanese emperor’s son (Kermit the Frog) is here to solve the Mystery of the Dragons!

If you can’t view the video, watch it here on YouTube.