• Charles Blandford

    May 4, 2007 at 1:53 pm

    WTF!!! O_o And I thought that the “kancho” arcade was weird. Hector, one question. I have dual nationality (north american and spanish). Since I speak both english and spanish fluently I usually check your blog in both languages. But its surprising for me that some entries only appear in one of the available languages. I mean, shouldn’t all entries be available in both languages?
    The spanish version of this blog has more visitors, so I find it strange to find entries like this one, that only are available in english.
    By the way: YOUR BLOG IS AWESOME!!!! KEEP UP THIS GREAT WORK!!! (But doesn’t it take you too much time? You sometimes even put one or two new entries daily.)

    PD: Yeah!!! I’m the first comment!! 😛 (not big deal in the english version I guess)

  • anti-pop

    May 5, 2007 at 5:22 am

    In which arcade center was this ?

  • kirai

    May 5, 2007 at 7:11 am

    it was in a place somewhere in Odaiba.

    Charles Blandford: I wrote about this around three years ago in the Spanish blog 😉 . Btw, I should translate about the kancho 😉 thx for your comments!

  • myself

    May 8, 2007 at 4:47 pm

    You have to be kidding me… man…

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