Eh... I believe it. Precisely because it would be classic Apple. If Apple thinks USB-C is the way to go, they’ll go all in.
ES in Las Cruces, met Tombaugh, unabashed believer Pluto is a planet.
I’m a social studies teacher. I teach very basically about the solar system. All of my students learn about Pluto anyway. They know it as the planet that isn’t called a planet but is apparently still planet enough that we know its name and people and textbooks still talk about it.
It’s in Tokyo proper, so you needn’t worry.
Excuse me, I need to pick my jaw off the floor.
It sounds like it. I even told the admin I would be handing them an invoice for unpaid wages, and they were just like, “Okay. Sure.” I am sure they’re glad to be rid of me, because I don’t give a shit about money, I only care about the kids. They don’t care about the kids, only the money. I get the feeling that the…
Oooooh I wish I was an Oscar Meyer Weiner, so everyone would be in love with meeeeeee!
...I do. I just told you. I know all of those kanji. :3 The larger paragraph is too small for me to make out individual kanji.
“The children of science come from the Edo Era,” says the text on the upper right.
Rumor is, we’re legally “under construction” perpetually, so that the inspectors are kept at bay. I have also heard another rumor that someone in the inspection office occasionally receives brown envelopes, if you know what I mean.
Instead, the juke’s on you.
All of that belongs on pizza. What doesn’t belong on pizza is corn. Absolutely insane Japanese topping.
I have a lot of fellow union members at that school. I’ve got stories.
Not even eventual. I’m able to submit my final naturalisation application packet, though I probably won’t be finished with it, in May.
Are you offering to pay me for tour guide/travel agent type information? Because you’re the second person to ask me for that. I’ve got an old friend arriving this week. ;3
I got a shiny new multi-year visa a few months ago, and I’m still in the naturalisation process. So I even have time to look before I need to prove full employment, if even then. So, yeah, with a 1:1.4 ratio of jobs to job seekers, I ain’t worried. Capital needs my labor, not enough labor in Japan. I’ll find plenty of…
It’s not a Japanese school. The method of instruction is English. Some students are Japanese, but the vast majority are not.
Yes. The building is a normal Japanese school building, but it’s not run by the government. We’ve got under 1000 students crammed into a school originally zoned for half that, the admin won’t repair anything (the building is from the 50s), the kids are not expected to clean, they are taught no manners, they drop food,…