22 Burst results for "Matsumoto"

Queen of Polka Dots: Yayoi Kusama

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

02:01 min | 2 months ago

Queen of Polka Dots: Yayoi Kusama

"Going to be talking about the queen of polka dots. Ya ya kasama. You won't hear mya which on miss kong-based that's best moniker right. She's the queen polka dots. And she'll tell you that why she's the queen of pocket and there's like a lightness and darkness to her polka dots. That will get into but I was inspired because we have the mag has a yoke osama piece is called a statue of venus obliterated by infiniti nets. And it's a statue of venus. That's hot pink and she has green polka dots. All over and it's one of our favorite pieces in. It's one of our visitors favorite pieces to because she is like your eyes daylight. yeah in its presence. So but let's talk about ya. So yeah you. Kasama was born on march twenty second nineteen twenty nine in matsumoto nagano and she was born into a family of merchants who owned a plant nursery and seed farm and kasama began drawing pictures of pumpkins and elementary school and created artwork. She saw from hallucinations. Oh eight yep. I was like hallucinations. Who which would which would later define her career. I should mention like from the top first of all. There's a really great documentary about her on hulu. I believe talks about her story. They interview her because she's she's still alive and talks about her work. Yahya kasama once you kind of get her biography. You know exactly what her artwork means. She is very transparent about what this stuff means everything. Traces back to her childhood traces back to her mental health traces back to her like hit her internal world it's very straightforward so her our works both accessible and also easily red oak which is rare for a contemporary artist. So even now she'll do giant pumpkin. These big sculptures polka dots.

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Dortmund's Descent Continues

ESPN FC

03:30 min | 6 months ago

Dortmund's Descent Continues

"Things really on looking so great photo that has been right now. They are slipping down to the table. They're out of the top four. Yon i have to say. Is this turning into something more serious something of a crisis documents. It is absolutely a first of all. It was a great great football game. Six goals to haul on goals very predictable is also predictable. That's dalton at the moment defense. Leaving are terribly sad. To watch is like matsumoto's is a world champion. He can't defend he's going forward. He's doing well he can do is cry trick at the end. But you have to defend and you don't have a goalkeeper bilkees terrible at the moment i'm in the second goalkeeper must think what should i do to get a game heats in this again because that was unbelievable. Three three set-pieces. They conceded just sad to watch them. They fired father. Because i wanted to get closer to buy an i mean. Is there a lucky this week and it could be the eighth position and they say tests which we're going to stay for the season. Well let's see what's going to happen in dolt when there's a crisis on the funniest thing an interesting thing marker also the coach gladbach winning two today great coach. He is the favorite to take over. But i into summer so there have to do something without to moment is at a case of defenders optional defense optional today defending and really in key moments. They go down one. Nothing all right but early how who again was outstanding in that first half in the way that he took his goals the first goal is little dinky over the top finished good movement of the ball the second goal on a resource in terms of knowing where the goal is turns finishes that play and it's two one and his dorm his flying. They feel good about themselves. And now you give up a free gig. Tumbled eighteen yard box and as yang alluded to it. Well larson they'll takes a fricking that should be comparable for burke. Even if he sees the ball late it should become for at least for him to palm the ball away instead. He comes right into a very. Who's right there for a nice little tapping to refine. Okay no problem. Let's see if we can build some momentum going into the second half were never going to build momentum when you allow been so you need to do what he did from the left hand side over eleven he cuts to lane. I'm candy ones. That poor defending julian brian. Kanji now stands on the six year. Box hands in the bag. This okay and he never never concerns himself with actually close in the space down and actually challenge in been to a third goal and from then on england toco for two but overall you just send from brusett norman. Dad did defending is just so disorganized so straight. The games are exciting to watch when doorman place because there is a lot of space. And why is there a lot of space. Because they're this organiz all over the place some people go on and press the ball or the people drop off at times. That team gets gets gets straight and a time when they tried to defend. Never get behind the ball in enough numbers. There is no sense here. When you watch this team play defensively and you could say the same thing for him. Which and god by the way that you have a plan defensively. This is what we're going to do. This is our line of confrontation. We're gonna high present. We have an opportunity to do so. We're going to drop off behind the ball when when we have to do so. They're kind of running all over. And when you just run all over you get exposed and when you get exposed and you have no confidence that windows in have right now you lose

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"matsumoto" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:33 min | 10 months ago

"matsumoto" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"If you've read any newspaper or magazine article that contains the word generation, I bet it's either about how you know the baby boomers have ruined the world. Or it's about how ridiculous millennials are. And what really put money on is that it doesn't mention that there's a whole generation Gen X between them that can hate them both. The point is, most of the discussion is about how different generations kind of can't stand each other. One of food. It's almost the opposite. I mean, people are totally from magic about the idea of generational shifts of passing the torch or taking up the mantle or whatever you wanna call it. We think of the pizza place where the owner used to be the kid doing her homework in the corner or the grocer where the family photos on the wall go slowly from laser print outs. Acts of black and white portrait. It's people love those places like anything. The passing of generations is sometimes beautiful, sometimes hard, sometimes confusing and often all at once, and that's what we're talking about this week on the show from family farms to restaurants. Two retired food critics talking toe up incomers. OK, so I got a box of peaches a zoo gift this summer and I wish I could tell you really like describe to you how perfect they were all the things great peaches do they were sweet and just a little sour. And you had to eat him over the sink. Because the juice would run down your arm may be the most wonderful thing about them is that you could smell them. Not when you walked into the kitchen. But when you open the front door of my apartment, but actually, no, because really, the most wonderful thing about them was where they came from. Matsumoto Family farm in California run now. By the 2nd and 3rd generations of that family. The father and daughter team of Moss and Akiko Matsumoto. Akiko told her family years ago that she would never come back to the farm but eventually changed her mind. And she and her father are Poetic and complex when we wanted to talk with them about what it's like for them to pass the torch, Kiko and Moss. It's so great to have you We're so glad to be here. It's a pleasure to be inside. Um.

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Can J-Pop boyband become a 'manband'

The World

02:11 min | 1 year ago

Can J-Pop boyband become a 'manband'

"J. Pop and Iraq, maybe not is recognizable in the state, says the Fab Four but hot properties in Japan. And while Beatlemania surged, not even a whole decade, our Russian mania is still going strong after 21 years. They played through the screaming the fandom while racking up tens of millions in record sales tombs like this one turning up Way, requested an interview with a band. Instead, they offered to record their thoughts about being a boy band that's aged into their late thirties. Here's what singer Sho Sakurai told us about evolving. Into a man band. We're always thinking about what we can do now and just making no funds happy through music and performance has always been our first priority. Like bands all over the globe. Arashi has not been able to go anywhere. The pandemic is the wall between them and their fans. Singer June, Matsumoto says they still want to create new music way too, so much interacted with. They want to make things that can be enjoyed by people, and it's also important to take on challenges. The awaken and joy as well. That includes making new pop hits. Matsumoto also knew that is a member of a boy band. His career might have a time stamp on it. So he's challenged himself with a side career acting on Japanese TV shows since 2002 still, if you say a Russia to anyone under the age of 50 in Japan, they know They might even be able to name the band's latest release in the summer way way. And you you knew music from the J Pop boy band Arashi and that'll do it for us today for Manana. Bill Harris studio WGBH here in Boston. I'm Marco Woman.

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Japan hangs Chinese man over murder of family of four

BBC World Service

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Japan hangs Chinese man over murder of family of four

"Japan has handed a Chinese man for the murder of a family of full covered out sixteen years ago the man way where he had been on death row since twenty eleven when he lost a final appeal for clemency ordering the hanging Japan's justice minister described the crime as extremely cruel and brutal more from you Morgan the forty year old is the first foreigner to be executed in Japan for ten years way way was one of three Chinese students convicted for killing the Matsumoto family in two thousand and three their bodies were found weighted down in a harbor in southern Japan the victims included children of eight and eleven his two accomplices fled to China where one was executed in two thousand and five and the other received a life sentence

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"matsumoto" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"matsumoto" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Homeowners Matsumoto says a group of men lay down four hundred sixty three bales of pine straw, outside her house. And I said, how much is that? He said twenty three hundred dollars. She tells channel two action news. This was my fault really for hiring them. I should have been. We're diligent and knowing who they were Matsumoto gave them five hundred dollars in call police, an elderly woman who lives nearby paid the same, man, four grand, Mark. Alewine WSB, Texas moms stage, nurse in to support a woman, kicked out of a public pool in Texas city for nursing her ten month old, baby and support it more than I ever could have imagined misty dosier says the pool manager called the cops honor to make her leave Texas cities apologized it is not illegal to breastfeed in public. President Trump awards the medal of honor to army vet David bell. Via for his hair was during the Iraq war. He's the first living Iraq, war recipient. The radio talk show host tells WBZ in, in buffalo one guy gets attention, but none of that's possible without the work of twenty five guys that nobody talks about. He's credited with saving his squad after getting pinned down during the second battle of collusion. The US women's national team seeks its fourth World Cup title. The US Open's play today gets Thailand forward. Alex Morgan understands the expectations are high. A rich history of success within this program, and that's one of the reasons we set high expectations for cell Marietta's, Emily sonnets making her World Cup debut. Two other Georgia players, Kelli O'Hara, and Morgan Bryan have been there before WSB news time six eleven.

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"matsumoto" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"matsumoto" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Our American economy sopping up new land putting out orders to build new manufacturing facilities or retail space. The capitalist got the capital back under this Trump economy. The fundamentals are strong enough, and we will survive this despite all the doom and gloom from the leftist media trying to talk down the economy. You heard there at the beginning a little cut from. I haven't seen too much of miss of Michelle. Jay, I apologize for it. Just sounds to me. Like he belongs to that. Can't that might be afraid that there might be too much of an economic slowdown on the way, perhaps the R word is they desperately want to report that our word the recession. I've seen economic slowdowns in this. But the market is absolutely nuts and crazy all I see it. This has nothing, but. Someone's trash is someone else's treasure. Lots of people profit taking at the moment. That's all it is the stock market is not the leading economic indicator of the strength of our economy. You gotta look at the manufacturing sector. You gotta look at all the orders that are going in. I can tell you that all the international manufacturers south of south of me here and rain, Nelson Matsumoto's, and and Monterrey Mexico, all all these factories, this international. I I'm not just talking about US firms are US companies that are producing things stuff in Mexico for us to buy over here. Europeans, and and the foreign big huge farm outfits south of us. They're doing just fine. Thank you very much in large part because the capitalist in our country our economy that is two-thirds consumer driven. We're firing on all cylinders. The stock market is not the leading indicator. It is I just find it fascinating. How many of these financial reporters because I'm in the same business that they are. I don't know where it is that they pull out out of their ear. These quick analysis that X event overseas caused the market tumbled today. The president's one tweet today caused the market to panic. How do you know? Oh, that's nothing. But that's editorial that that's nothing. But opinions and Newspeak. So so I I learned long ago..

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Conan O'Brien Is Headed To Japan To Visit 'Conan Town'

Japan This Week

03:25 min | 3 years ago

Conan O'Brien Is Headed To Japan To Visit 'Conan Town'

"Your day. American comedian late night, TV host, Conan O'Brien, and Akiko Matsumoto who is the mayor of ho Kway in Tony prefecture have been having some fun with each other over the air over the past week. They've been sparring over the fact that Hoke away is popularly known as Conan town because it is the birthplace of detective. Conan detective Conan is the star of a very popular Japanese anime and Mungo of the same name upset over his second-place billion Japan O'Brien called out the city on his TV show demanding three trillion yen. Three trillion yen is about two hundred seven. Ninety billion dollars for the appropriation of his name, though O'Brien show is relatively unknown. Here in Japan. Matsumoto responded on the city's official Facebook page, thanking O'Brien for introducing ho Kway to the world as you would do. The message also said, if you want the money come visit Hokuto responding a Brian says he wants more than just the three trillion yen and he laid out three additional conditions. One a building named after him to a key to the city, three plus a key to the homes of everyone who lives within twenty miles are about thirty two kilometers of Conan town. Well, it doesn't stop there. Then it was the mayor's turn to respond, not to Moto informed O'Brien that well, Japan doesn't have a custom of giving keys to the city that he wanted his face next to president Lincoln on mount Rushmore and his own star on the Hollywood walk of fame. He also wanted Brian to bring fifteen thousand American hamburgers with him when it comes to visit well, to put a pin in this story O'Brien, intern replied that he was indeed coming to totally next week. So we'll see what happens there. We don't know whether he'll get the three billion yen and as for the hamburgers. Yeah, I know you thinking how he's going to do that. The comedian said since he doesn't know how each resident of Conan town once there Patty cooked. Instead, he'll simply have an American cow airdrop. Opt into Tottori and the locals can grill it up. However, they like stay tuned for what should be an amusing visit, and perhaps the largest barbecue to toy prefecture has ever seen. Japan today readers, thankfully were also amused Smith in Japan, says, the mayor seems a good sport about it, but he can't even come close to rivalling Conan in challenges dares or fun, but I could see Conan going over there with his burgers for sure. And that would be funny, no doubt the mayor would smile, give him a sash and they would indeed put a pickup of Conan's somewhere all in good fun, valid valid point. But I think Matsumoto's doing well. Harry got dole ads. Good to see that mayor. Matsumoto has a sense of humor, a rare condition among Japanese local officials.

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"matsumoto" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:34 min | 3 years ago

"matsumoto" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Be business warrior and a parent. His. Challenging. In Japan, long working hours are a serious issue for women and men. This is a place where karoshi or death by over work is regularly reported in the news, but women still do most of the childcare. I, I met Matsumoto three years ago when I was reporting story for marketplace. She was on maternity leave with her second baby, and she talked about how exhausting it was to be a working mom. It's very normal for us to stay on to midnight as sometimes you have to stay until early in the morning. Next they Matsumoto who's forty-three says she can juggle her kids and work because her husband and her inlaws help, but that kind of support is rare here. And even with the help Matsumoto says, it can be hard to manage, especially with two kids. Here's an example when members of Japan's legislature to appear to answer questions which happens a lot. They're often given those questions ahead of time. And part of Matsumoto's job is writing the answers. But most of the time she and her co workers, they don't know which team will get the assignment so they all have to wait stupid. The. It's most too big thing happening independent, I think, but that's happening for like Dickie's, but things are starting to change slowly. Japan's Prime Minister Abay has pushed for policies to advance women. The government publishes an annual report on progress, and if you turn to page twenty nine of this year's edition. You'll see address long working hours all companies and government agencies with more than three hundred employees are now required to come up with an action plan to increase women's participation at work and to cut down on those long hours. Multimode says her office finally has a new policy. If it seems unlikely, you'll have to work late. You can just go home as long as you keep checking your smartphone, but nobody was really excited about that. You're like, but real thing that anyway. Right. No, he's amazing. It's call some and and nobody even cares. I'm saying anyway, so I don't really need to the smartphone lot. It sounds like, oh my God. We have to look into things. Well, the king style people have to take a hardiest house to enjoy the Mitsuko where you cheat is with the Kita Kyushu for him on Asian women. She says, Japan's problems are all tangled up. First, there's the issue of women in the workplace or UT says until things get easier for them. Many will decide not to have babies and without more babies, Japan's workforce will continue to shrink. And that means more problems because while the workforce is shrinking, one part of the country is growing. The elderly on the cushion is not just only two, but also Asian care, aging care. Japan is running out of people to care for its aging population, or you chase as that means the problems that working mothers face are increasingly affecting everyone. She says, yes, the government is making an effort to address. The imbalances like a new law passed in may calling for political parties to have equal numbers of male and female candidates, but that hot doesn't have any teeth you. The Lou is only encouraged not the negation for the party. Only about ten percent of Japan's pearliament is made up of women. That means ranks lower than one hundred and fifty other countries including Afghanistan Saudi Arabia and the United States. But Koryuji says, it's not just the government companies also need to take responsibility to hire and promote more women still where you cheap to seventy four says the status of women is changing. LUSA the, you know that the leave my age if we don't marry and then the evidence to ask you why we should marry. Your pillow. It's very much wanted about you why you're single because the waving euro maybe happiness should money, Joe, something something. But nowadays no-one push you to Mari Ono lucky last night Kumi Matsumoto the working mom stayed at the.

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"matsumoto" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

04:42 min | 3 years ago

"matsumoto" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"The the number of people who jumped into the volcano it's like seventy percent men men are the most like totally and women actually had this a little bit amount of like sure wait a second who am i gonna hurt what's going to happen like you know they have a little bit more of i wonder if that's the reason it's probably wonder too with for the way to well we've talked about that a few times specifically for the weight of its thing it's probably not the entire reason it was probably like she related to the struggle of women in japan and also felt like that was a community she could help yeah but but i don't know i wonder if she tried it with men and it didn't work as well i'm i'm so curious about this we should do soon we should do another episode about someone who committed suicide in japan or one of those places where people commit suicide a lot because i'm i wanna learn more about this culture it really the forest and the volcano it's it's crazy when it comes down to is different view sure of it same you mortality i mean like if you think about it like west view like say something just on the base level is western culture is like fully inundated with christianity and what we have to deal with that is like well if goes going to hell right it's just like well that's a huge fucking question mark right as if you kill yourself and you saved your family or or you kill yourself and nothing happened right in fact the gods are maybe like cool like wow you on or everybody sick brown staerk bra dude man yeah and i think that's about well don't worry yeah interesting to me that like someone and they did this and then someone made profit off of it like someone wanted to sell tourism off of it somebody else had the much better reaction of like whoa mental health crisis way to bits yeah which to me sounds like the candy now we're laters wait a bit like if you had a candy called wait a bit totally you put in your mouth and then twenty minutes later you get chocolates for the first fifteen minutes it tastes like pus but when it's strawberry white a bit if you wait a minute wait a bit have a way to bits i do love that the literally one burns reaction was well i have a donkey and i need money yeah some people actually opting to get the upgrade of getting the campbell ride totally to go get your suicide what everyone ever a person that was like i wanna stand onto camels what's up bam our jira due gambles good yeah and it sounds like the site now is like closed off they make sure people aren't doing that but like they're like still kinda like well this happened this is the thing sure well i mean that is the love of god aiding yeah if they're i mean they're fascinated with suicide it sounds like they are you and me well it's funny now like not funny but like what now like i think most a lot of people do for suicide is they just have like a mixture of household cleaners drink a bunch of fucking drain oh or bleed or some shit and it's like yeah that's the most successful don't of course not for that's kind of my point is with this thing is like a lot of people saw that story and we're like i should do that right and then they kind of realized that there's this whole thing with copycat suicide says like wait the minute you start like right putting out the details of a suicide right especially when someone's someone's famous like a lot of people i know you and i have a tough time with that doing this show we've talked about it oh yeah truly like i mean we have a hard time reconciling the fact that we wanna talk about history and mental health and be accurate in our reporting basically but also like yeah you don't want to be the people that put this into anyone on the usually a part of me like 'cause i'm dumb idiot so i'll be like well i mean the easiest way to kill yourself strop your nose and snort drain oh really hadn't thought about it until you told me we did an episode where i was over explaining once and you told me and i was like.

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"matsumoto" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

04:58 min | 3 years ago

"matsumoto" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"Like hysterical like you know like what do you mean there for your like your friends will whip you up into a frenzy yeah they don't talk about things instead they just hype you up it's almost like you're surrounded by a bunch of heitmann so if you're like i want to kill myself great that'd be the greatest thing ever like you should do that like oh yeah do it are you sure a little bit what a little bit yeah i know so little about that i mean i just i mean it's never been to completely different culture that we're talking about also one hundred years your friends courage you to kill yourself really yeah a little bit that's still kinda prevalent here with japan oh i feel like we're going to get some emails i mean we get that a lot 'cause i it's i don't wanna call you wrong because i literally don't know but that fell part of any culture sounds so absurd if anybody would like to tell me stuff yeah one thing i will say is actually some people did right in about our first episode which was about a japanese person about japanese culture and that was about yukio mashima yes and we kind of like you me went really over the suicide no we're like cherry blossoms like what the fuck like what does this mean and like someone pointed out to me like cherry blossoms have been like an icon like of life and death inside of samurai culture that's what he's relating to so there's there's a ton of stuff that are just like ee we just don't have the context right we don't have the context also like this the way they've used suicide is like just different yes and also like the way they view kind of fans ship dave's killing himself again with the bill that movie this job of the hut when are they going to spin off solo make a job movie make it make as i saw solo i loved it and i told you was so i didn't think i wouldn't i do i would it was yeah it was great it was so much fun and i didn't realize that there was a fan ban of solo because there's a solo is tanking and feeders because there's a massive star wars fan antiseoul oh movement because they're so pissed about multiple different characters in episode seventy and it's like you know i it just makes me find don't go see a movie they don't want to but it's so lame it'd be the best because ron howard directed yeah solo if like when like in just true arrested development fashion like solo goes i made the kessel run and twelve sex and then ron howard's voice goes he didn't the entire movie no you like all those like speak wookey like he doesn't oh my god freeze frame he doesn't we should make that movie i agree there's got to be enough arrested development voice over for us to cut in and make solo real interesting well finally interesting finally for the last so it sounds like though you know this person bazooka joe nobuko joe she started actually not only like suicide like help but also like homeless shelters for women like she was really like trying to be like women have this this huge problem going on and let me try and help it didn't really pick up into what is modern day like suicide prevention outage pan it's in like continue but like like super admirable it is interesting to think about like this is a very broad statement to make but it like if i think about the what was it called wait a bit yeah wait wait a bit i don't front like men and women thinking about it like women in my life that i know are much more likely to be like i'm gonna kill myself and you're like wait a bit it'll be like oh okay and men are so much more wait a bit fuck you up full disclaimer every woman davis had sex with has so no i know what you mean this you're totally right and we've talked about this like men and that's why when.

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"matsumoto" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"matsumoto" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"Problem for so long it is interesting just occurred to me first of all happy pride by the way i didn't mean to say that laughing is just so funny that it took us this long say it what did i hope and i think you are listening to show you generally are but i hope you're staying safe yeah especially threehitter eight i i don't know if we do it too much it's probably never too much but you know you're listening right now and you relate to these things please know that you know we definitely want you to stay and so do so many people absolutely in situations like this where there's some sort of like grandiose societal thing that is pressuring you to be different as making you want to commit suicide in those situations like there are there are so many people you've never met who you to stay alive into meet you and that's true for literally everyone who could commit suicide but there's when there's an identifying thing that a lot of people have been through and can relate to you on like there's a community for you to go to you know absolutely i think that's an important part of this episode also just the copycat suicide thing i really do feel like that's something that we're still dealing with especially when we see it so much and like the public eye through special meter whatever like you can't help especially bad with kids man all these celebrity suicides and every time it happens someone you know kind of follow suit yeah i mean like i just think people need to like well here here's something that maybe we'll tie into that is so someone a little someone kinda like like you know kinda saw this you know like whoa fucking thousand people jumped into this volcano so this two thousand people thousand this person called clint nobuko joe started to fuck in the gump bazooka joe you know the way was name to prominence was got an ipad and he also versity was a weapon no one knew how to deal with any love baseball bazooka joe started this shit for women nobuko joe started the old women's home in kobe japan with this program called here this is a rough translation but i loved that everywhere you check this is what it's called it's called fuck jet s the yes it's the first like version of the suicide like hotline suicide help in japan it was these things called way to bits oh well every website trent translates as wait a bit so it was like wait a bit that's it i swear to god it was are you suicidal come here stay here for like whatever you need a day two week just we wait a bit we it's good advice that's crazy it's it's fundamentally the best say when it comes to suicide wait a minute people actually do care about you take a minute to reevaluate what's going on yeah life what whatever's happening like let's just analyze this situation and she was like saving people all the time wow this program like she's like late a bit in the first couple years crazy because now what you call wait wait don't tell me now it's called wtc f with marc maron let's go aside buddies now it's called the joe rogan podcast if you're serious so rogan was this is early nineteen thirty five it's like israel she said the pasta reflection is vital achieve that and the enforcement women generally save herself and it's all about like getting away from your friends i know this sounds crazy and i don't wanna make any wide assumption but there is kind of a culture of like if you're a girl in japan for the longest time your friends just kind of like it's almost.

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"matsumoto" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

05:13 min | 3 years ago

"matsumoto" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"I wanted i but instead i got burned i mean none of that is good get in the burn auto burn yeah so what's crazy is like this story you did blow up with a lot of copycats and it kinda was same blow up a lot in this volcano are you working for big volcano well it's just like it kind of was like a signal to people being like about mental health for one of the first times which thing that they're suddenly was like a thousand people wanna do had suicide and then specifically those two people it was like that's what it took yeah people in their way to people live now that's that's the story of this volcano is almost like well there's always gonna be some number of people who kill themselves in this volcano and now it's actually closed off and blah blah blah and they really are like this used to be a thing and now please god don't you know same same with the suicide forest in japan that like now they have disclaimers where they're like but for years they were kinda like isn't it cool this is our suicide for this is where you go kill yourself you know that a culture is more okay with suicide than other cultures when they have multiple things that are just called suicide blank this is our suicide hello kitty kitty you get when you wanna eat a hello kitty and choke on it and kill yourself and if you look to your left you will see the famous suicide bathroom five thousand people kill themselves in this bathroom anybody wanna buy tickets to commit suicide in his bathroom yeah all right that's that's enough what the culture was yeah it's like well we don't do anything about suicide it's actually kind of to us so like do you wanna do that there's this other thing in this story that that sucks so much which is just three ality that so many so many people commit suicide i looked into statistics and it's i mean it's crazy high that is reality to deal with the worst kind of like public reaction right you know it's like you either have to like move to a city that's just like a hundred percent okay abandoned a lot of family like a lot of times it's just like when the scenes in movie that really makes me cry is that scene in milk we're like you remember like harvey the black version chocolate milk cool cool blaxploitation version black version's called you chocolate because my name is chuck a male here to fuck you anyway now that was both wait phobic andrea the only way you can get away with it is if you want to all of it at that scene where like there in the middle of some victory harvey and his people and then like he gets a phone call and it's someone some kid in the middle of nowhere saying they're going to send me to a camp i'm gay a wheelchair and then later in the movie the kid goes up to him and i was like hey you saved my life i fuck in burst into tears every time i've seen the movie like three times that is actually emmy it's a great movie it's great it's great what was his name nervy milk pen was his name you milk actor was his name penn sean penn van james franco yeah i was trying to remember email her i just can't jesse eisenberg so this this side actually kind of became like a little bit of a signal call in japan of like whoa how are we treating gay people like wow that provides good jumped into a volcano it's at least i i don't even wanna say started the conversation but it's one of the earliest instance wish it into the guest maybe a little bit yeah i mean it takes a lot of incidents like this right still working on it here even though it's much better exactly yeah so but this episode is coming out and pride month too we did not plan i mean like so weird like japan's like gay people i just want to be an anime care during fuck a fox and live inside of a giant robot just want to hear whereas skiing weird i'm not gay shiny dress i'm a little kitty cat i don't see what you yeah i mean like other culture that's had so many weird like sexual fantasies it's like wow gay people was a.

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"matsumoto" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

04:52 min | 3 years ago

"matsumoto" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"It like pavement oh my god you smack into it and burn up uhhuh but almost kind of instantaneous sure but it is like smacking into pavement rather than like a pool yeah yeah i mean i don't know this is you can't see because this is a budget but i am like grabbing my face and rubbing my eyes like i imagining how much that would hurt is so awful all my god well i watched one video smacking into pavement the way you're saying that to made it sound like korn song smack into the pavement or you i watched one video because i was really trying to see what happens when you jump into a little video frequently golly and this show a guy burning lava they show the movie volcano you ever seen dante's peak or volcano both both numerous the fucking invalid qena movies in volcano due to laughing and sly were doing this visit yeah man in volcano time jones vehicle finally propelling guy has like save somebody and he just grabs them and then like jumps into lava like it's the most like oh yeah seen ever where he didn't have to really do that immelt into it yeah and that guy's a great actor to what's his name he's in so many things and morgan freeman yes yes yeah pet pet brad pitt alava yes yes yes yes brad pitt of lava more like bread volcano this is joke my comedian new rule comedian so i guess throughout history people had realized i could volcanoes are hot jump into a volcano it's hot metal but when my brother died would fire new but when keough go did it like her the person's she told that she had a crush on or an infatuation she told everyone what was going on what happened so the story then went to like news and became a consensus kind of story of like this lesbian has killed herself because she cannot love someone and the way they treat it the time is not sad it's more like his in that coup like wall yeah they again they just don't really want to condemn me than suicidal behavior because it wasn't illegal it was just like a thing that was you know like kind of accepted and had multiple terms for you know that's really interesting okay we talk about that for a bit because that's interesting it's like i guess their culture is like well we respect your choice to die probably your the one that decides absolutely and usually it's honestly honorbound right like and so the trickle down of that is like so sick already have like an institution that's like well if you really fuck up you should probably kill yourself then it's like well i just feel like a fuck up yeah you know what i mean like you don't even have to like really fucked up in life well the one thing i would say with her is that there was just a huge social stigma against being gay at the time this is making me think have japanese emperors killed themselves i bet they have no but what's fucked up is are actually i haven't i honestly can't say because the history is really long but we're going to say well fuck in here hito the emperor before or during world war two and before like he went to go visit this site like it was kind of like famous of where this volcano people kill themselves became known as suicide point and the way that happened was basically so when kyoko kills herself the news start circulating the story of like this woman was infatuated with another student she couldn't love them you know like killed yourself yeah and people really glommed onto the story and inside of that year almost a thousand people jump into the volcano copycat suicides it picks up hugely what yeah like it's nine hundred forty four people jump into that volcano that year oh after that story comes out that's thirty three more people than nine eleven.

"matsumoto" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"matsumoto" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"I think i should jump into a volcano it's possible that the other girl had maybe suggested at least to her because of the climate of like you can't jump off buildings anymore oh my god yeah yeah it's it's it's really weird and like the japanese suicide rate is still pretty high it's like seventy people per day what yeah it's like that in i have a suicide you no man shit yeah and it's this active volcano that still exists mountain me way shoot okay wait wait i was wrong no this person did not kill a lot of this is like i don't want to mispronounce this me hara is a japanese island and i don't know how to be somma been having lots yeah man absolutely sir yes yes okay so so mount me hora there had been suicides at this welcome before where people would jump in it and it was like a couple people year though you're saying that the other people like ran up to the top of the volcano and then blew their brains out and then this girl was like no they're doing it wrong i would you do that there's so much fire fire guys is i'm there's guide in the filers got zippy up better an infant mersal tired of walking up to the volcano only hang yourself and not flying the tree down there hey you yeah i'm talking to you civic are you sick of suicide being painless we'll get into that because i really looked into like what happens when you jump into lava i would imagine that my guess is that like but you're dead before you hit the lava like by twenty feet before you at the lava you've burned to death probably true i mean like but if you didn't die don't think about it just because with this i don't want to with this mountain it's actually like probably the follow on would just like implode all your organs you know what i mean like sure but what they say with lavas actually like you think you're just gonna like you ghalem lord of the rings and he's like swimming in melts you well what actually has is you hit that fucking lava it's rock it's molten rock so you hit.

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"matsumoto" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"matsumoto" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"You go to hell no do not collect two hundred dollars go directly to hell well yeah i guess like around that time they were going through kind of a cultural president is pre world war two were things were about to again get really nationalistic and shed but at the time it's so weird because like being gained japan at one point was same as western culture it was actually like very fine like toy exactly a longtime ago yeah yeah like say like with us in greeks and then like overtime they kind of got into a more like regressive society and suddenly it was just like being gays and cool you know we don't really like that we're trying to be like around win happened do you know yeah it was kind of around this in like nineteen thirty's nineteen twenties definitely like the early nineteen hundreds wait a minute of them going aggressive again whoa that's crazy thing gone back and forth it's a really old you know what you're saying that they were in the eighteen hundreds japanese culture was okay with gay people because america was definitely not like that it's yeah well ever like we never were yeah it's different infrastructure so it's a little bit more like no one was watching because no one was even like around to care whereas we had more of like a government watching its people being very strict yeah but also just culturally like we were all just like just that the idea of homosexuality was it was like you're an effeminate man and any version of being any sort of feminine man we just fucking hated you being gay was the tip top of that and i would have imagined that like most of the world was like that here the japan wasn't in the nineteenth century is just crazy to hear that's all they've kind of like oscillated back and forth okay is that thing is like any kind of long culture there's just whoever's in charge and the way they feel about it seems to be what happens okay it's just like whoever's like ooh people again the same way like you know like christianity only really hit when like one emperor was like cruciate goo yeah like before that it was like super taboo right it just takes like one guy who's like no i think it's cool whatever right yeah i've been only everyone's like that's right yeah yeah so she had an infatuation with her friend and it's i guess it sounds like her friend didn't kind of return the the affection so kiyoko road her basically a suicide note and so i'll read it here she wrote dearest reign in blood raining metal funeral the caskets like body surfing funeral jumped off into the volcanoes while sitting on a toilet doesn't think like i have such empathy for this person but it's like man jumping into a volcano you can't you can't not just the fuck it's so great etta list no way i jumped into hell that's how i killed myself dave wow so she wrote dearest i'm bewildered by i m be wilder to distraction by the perplexities of maturing womanhood i can stand the strain no longer what shall i do i should like to jump into a volcano i mean that is like i'm sure there's like a language barrier there that sounds way fucking more eloquent american student who's ever japanese actually said fuck you upc the american students are green day sucks i'm gonna kill ceremony like you know they'll never make another dookie but this is like she's like saying like i don't know what to do with becoming like a lesbian inside of this culture that doesn't want me right so what am i going to do.

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"matsumoto" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

05:17 min | 3 years ago

"matsumoto" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"They would act as we said buddies dave is trying to suffocate himself bette davis actively committing a suicide during the second half of the buy gas here photo me bro all right take a photo me bro all right folks do dave's dave doing it he's he's dead all right why node why why such a senseless act we don't need to talk about my suicide we need to talk about his japanese ladies all right let's get into it man you're just gonna kill yourself the entire rest of the pod well yeah life is slow dead i can't believe people getting hear me at all i'm to describe it i was doing i had the microphone shoved into my neck between my chest and my chin and apparently that just sounds like dude that's how howard stern killed himself you're really hung up on this whole kill yourself thing look you should yeah i see that movie analyze that you should do that you should watch that movie and then get back to me dvd's in the morning doc i'm said i'm in the mafia well you see like cities i liked that sopranos just made that show right i total just took analyze that or analyze this and just made it all buchan show wasn't analyze this made later you know what i think about dave mind if i man splaine to you real quick man that the word explain doesn't have an estimate every thought of that yeah that's why you need somebody to ooh all right let's do today dave we're talking about key over we about today matt some moto kyoko meta moto right as i said before the break she jumped into a fucking volcano i can't believe that i couldn't believe that you said that before the break because that seems like most of the story you know what i mean absolutely there's story i usually i do you've noticed this when i wanna do your day we're burning if and then name it their husband way more simple and emended style of comic books would would shatter the comic book world for generations i'm done with that shit done with now i just want to know about people who've do fucking medal suicide now finally welcome welcome this leave arrived this is the most slayer death hell dude ever seen the most medal fucking death do you think when she jumped she was like yeah hundred percent throughout the devil horns what she's like approaching the lava and she says to herself fight fire with fire awesome country japan is even have the option of killing yourself in volcano totally me like we don't have that here dude if you have a volcano it's called hollywood just to fiery pit point climb to the top of the mountain your whole fucking life and then when you get up there it's just a fuck in pit of five water just wet buyers well as i said she killed herself in nineteen thirty three away ago different time different era she was twenty one and by all accounts what seems to happen is she was gay she had a infatuation with another student she was a student and she had a infatuation with another soon called well pedophile her person that she just loved masako tomita who's another student and she wrote i guess there's some sort of little bit of a discrepancy where maybe the way they even just talk about suicide in japan like this girl might have kind of been like oh you love me well you know what you should do go jumping volcano will yeah because suicide was starting to really pick up in japan people started to just throw themselves off buildings around that time so then building companies were like whoa we build like fences and have security guards on top of every building so people don't do this so people were looking for new and exciting ways to kill themselves do you know anything about why i mean you'd think that there is was there really an element of it where it was cool to do it or is just like extreme said nece sweeping this country i don't wanna say it's cool because wasn't it during the depression definitely an absolutely recently this has happened again japan has gone into another depression and to be fair japan has had a different like view of.

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"matsumoto" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"matsumoto" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"I love okay here's the character y'all ever fuck on the couch in your shit it's a deer on the blue collar comedy tour is another comic who just his catchphrases him slowly realizing he got molest allow he's like and that's what happened oh that's hip this would happen and then he gets into an extra anyway airline airline food it's just like you know what somma been fucking anyway that's what happened that's that's what happened oh this special called that's what happened anyway that is that is definitely would hey ooh you know when you all are in in confession in the priest comes out of the booth and over onto your side oh my god this is bad wow anyway you'll ever drive the truck me done that's it always said that's so much better it'll get me doing here's my son call me stupid but this is my sign wow this has barely listenable did you did one of us says it on oh shit shit you have to really know to understand what the fuck is happening i mean we really went we went off oh dude you got hardboiled magazine down here dave's ripping off my really awesome comic book called hardboiled which is written by frank miller and drawn by jeff daro daro yeah and it's it's going to be mad at dude one time i met frank miller he's a comic book writer lint and i was wondering boiled you met frank miller that's cool no no i wanna go here excellent i was meant grant morrison on the moon i'm greg miller i waited in line for like an hour i was wearing a big coat because at the time i didn't know what my was three three chipmunks and he was like why are way in such a baked count night wow i win such a baked coat and i was like i don't know that you might want to see my day hot hot right.

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"matsumoto" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

04:46 min | 3 years ago

"matsumoto" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"Said all that is that here's your sign is the fucking worst that drives me crazy does anyone even remember billing on that tour like he's been yeah where's he gone the last like six still cranking out records man hell you yeah people love it yeah here's your sign was absolutely the worst if you do here is some homework that was his catchphrase i'm go involves catchphrase was here's your sign to imply that you're dumb so you should wear a sign guten yes please you listening please google feeling well here's your sign there's a lot of shit there's like music videos and stuff but try to find the video of him doing the bit because what's so crazy about it is he 'cause like this is one of the reasons i i have a little bit of sympathy for i'm a little bit okay with larry the cable guy because it's so dumb he says gator done and it doesn't mean anything but you know what he means and then jeff foxworthy the eu matthey you know what it means and literally the bit goes billing balls like you know how sometimes you meet someone so dumb that you want to give him a son to let them know they're dumb and you're like what why did it your dummy dummy what did demi i'm smart your dome i'm focused i'm fucking smart dude i'm from texas i went to harvard because margaret fucking six beers you're wind tears that's him talking to himself your wind and also the the real funny thing with billing always like that dude has been given like so many chances and it's like he's killing it i mean he had he had two sitcoms that went away real quick that's that's kind of what it means how many fucking sitcoms if you had i would love to have to comics do that he's rich so fuck you it's like that's what people used to say about like tim allen and shit where is so famous very famous sucks right i mean oh yeah no definitely sucks but okay but i billing vol definitely sucks but but he is famous i thought you were saying that he's like unsuccessful i don't know i guess i was making that point but i see what you mean he's famous for sure yeah but like i also feel like this may maybe a diminishing thing over time i mean unless you're on tv it's really hard dave we're not on tv maybe we should kill ourselves we fucking will be we're going to get a fucking show on animal planet called suicide animals dude by the way oh my god if you wanna first episode lemmings look at these fucking queers they're all jumping off all the cool user episode to people that's it i don't know who else animals go themselves man if you wanna have a joyous evening i had this realization the other day look i watch a lot of cat videos but you know what i've never watched before exclusively cat videos of fat cats oh my god and it hit me they're probably compilations of videos of solely fat cats and there are and man if you want to have a great our youtube search fat cats there's a whole video that's just only fat cats trying to get through doggy doors dude the most delight enroll every time i see a fat cat i think it's a politician yet because cat that fat cat can't get through the door just like how al gore can't get through a door my cat the fucking fact can't wash the closest i've ever been to suicide i'm so proud of this so proud i don't know how you wrote it man i don't even know how your brain got there i know series no no if we want to break it down so genius that i don't understand that you made the association between a fat cat and re rich like affect cat like a cat that's bad yeah sometimes the holy ghost just guess inside i mean girls up your dickel and just shoot out your man the holy ghost yeah that's religion day the only way it gets in there's some religion goes through your whole up to your brain when a minister sucks your dick he's putting information in your brain exactly that the bible yeah talk about revelations first revelation i ever had was when i was getting my dick sucked by pres here's your sign.

"matsumoto" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

04:46 min | 3 years ago

"matsumoto" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"Fuck shit that's our starting the episode that was the start and we can't go back all ever fuck your shit take shit then fuck that that's my why i don't touch my wife who's a piece of shit god support all's right god at give support the troops i'm out of here hiller lot you'll ever fuck shit miller live i'm up at the common shore then laugh archery then back into commodore billy room at the laugh factory sad room than i'm over sinoe comedy store i play the sad room at the comedy so i got three sets tonight one of the comedy cellar new york one at comedy store in l a and what at andrews air force base and i'm running to all of them dude i'm wearing my backpack on stage at every single one and i'm trying my new did you ever fuck shit joke y'all ever fuck shit this do this shit kills in south dakota wow give it up for christa leah whoa whoa whoa whoa whoa this is not an antichrist delia podcast and we've talked about that his name is talion for chris the leah did you know that i don't want to be a part of this podcast anymore i did know that you say that a lot dad you mentioned family a lot yeah yeah hampton can we pause recording i gotta go get cigarettes y'all ever fuck your shit over okay don't kill your sale hey guys this is suicide buddies welcome to suicide buddies don't kill yourself y'all stay alive glad you're alive shit your shit stay alive man with that i think we've found it that's our catchphrase deliver late and then you realize it's your girlfriend dude that's the second time he made a joke like that and it makes me worried for your girlfriend all right your mary a dead body i love this kind of comedy me too i just relating to the common man asking them what they fuck if they fucked this amos me if this yet if the s and and then then collect a paycheck you'll ever fuck your shit than just go right back to your metal press you'll ever all day that you're pressing metal you're just dreaming about fucking your own shit me very specifically here in the audience yeah man i work in a factory that makes participation trophies and i don't know how feel about it on the ones i liked the business because like i like my factory job but i don't like cooks our our our customers are all cooks man i would not exist without cooks participation trophies for being gay dune just if you once looked at a guy you get a participation trophy to fuck you look at him with those ogling is the democrats porteous impatient trophies from being game so you know you got to be full blown gay love the idea like i work in a factory that makes trucks really sick ass trucks though that you can only buy if you're gay i don't know how feel about it i don't i'm torn this this is tearing me apart on the one hand i get to make fuck in trucks dude on the other hand i'm straight and afraid of others i wish to build the wall around me because i'm sad build a wall around my dick so i don't get syphilis again double sieff let's say you're listening to syphilis again don't show get syphilis stay clean everybody this is the only catholic endorsed podcast glad you're clean don't sift yourself the jed eye and then there's the sieff this is suicide buddies this is a podcast.

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"matsumoto" Discussed on The Virtual Couch

The Virtual Couch

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"matsumoto" Discussed on The Virtual Couch

"Tour where i just took him everywhere politicians had don't had come a couple times that way and i just chatted him up about you know what's japanese politics all about you know they'd tell me and then i had a chance to interpreted the salt lake two thousand two olympics only wow okay yeah in in um it was really a terrible assignment put me on the job when i think about excite never done a ton of interpreting but they had me interpret for the mayors of salt lake city in the mayor of matsumoto japan which is the sister city wow and and i and i and i had a really good time doing that um i felt like i was successful win i got the mayor's joke across into japanese and a pretty laughed at the same time like that's it pour they were with the dog with a joke with now it was in case of the mayor was rocky anderson salt lake he's kind of a fund mayor he was you know really really character and he but it wasn't great joke he said he just said man i'd like to switch jobs with you to the you know the mayor from from japan you know like i'm so busy this is such a crazy time this kind of something like that okay but you know any eddie little quip in that situation is just you know riotous laughter because it's such a serious thing to have these meetings so anyway i had that experience and i and i started thinking okay i wanna steady japanese politics may become a us diplomat oca those japan bid japan hand that was kind of the the very poorly planned idea at the time okay and i have the real quick go when you talk about people come on your tours and yeah these japanese vips i mean what were the equivalent you know in the us did you have any movie stars are athletes or that sort of thing there were a couple of athletes in not not soup.

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"matsumoto" Discussed on My Black Friend

My Black Friend

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"matsumoto" Discussed on My Black Friend

"So eating for sorrow thorough are we going to hear from you here and there once in a while or unisearch i'm back in yeah hopefully man as does mean the years not over you could be a repeat champion no unless this is paying money i ain't all right well i'm sorry you're too good for us now that's what i'm that's what i'm picking higher 2017 kicked my ass man it says 70 kids on like it did you get the do you get that whole your roof fixed at the eightman now that contractors trying to sue because he tried to rip me off and i was like way to in charge seventy five hundred dollars more than what you should be charged nods this this this this i said now you didn't do business in this and other whatever so i now dilma mortgage company so that uh because the contractors trying to sue me so now me in the mortgage companies gonna work guard be like so that they either have to come do what the hell they said he did or uh drop to take charge for what they did gotcha yeah it's been fun man mud everett are you still doing he's still doing your comedy thing are union stand up here and there uh no nothing go damned his business tolia forgive joy mayhem european man roger he sucked it out of me merits you suck matsumoto out of both she had a baby h or is needed if there's all you're done she wouldn't have been pregnant.

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