Little Experiment. I took this bit of a random post. Just wanted to grab one that was a bit longer and little more complex sentences. So I put the above text in and got this:
And then copied and pasted that to re-translate it back to English and got:
While, that is not definite "proof" that she uses Google Translate. It certainly makes you think. I would like to see her talk to some native speakers in a normal, unscripted, conversation and see how she fairs. She writes out her "duodemo" channel and reads the script, so that doesn't really count.
Yeah, that was her username there. It's also the name of a couple of bands: 1) The Devotchkas (Female punk band. Not too bad, but then I'm an old school punk.) 2) Devotchka (God awful, whiny, indie crap..)
Yes, she says that but other j-vloggers who know her and associated with her before the sock-puppet drama confirmed that she is married. The reason she denies it is she made a video and derogatory numerous statements regarding women who "marry for a VISA". She's kind of dug herself into a hole and can't back out of it now. Also, her behavior isn't new or just her "Japanese" persona. She used to be on a site called "64digits.com" with her old boyfriend/husband. She got kicked off of that sit for the same type stuff she does now. There are screen shots to prove it.
I don't really have a problem with it. Not anything I would do personally, but if you are doing things than could be reported to some official agency, be it anything from simply violating the rules of a forum up to actual criminal activity, you shouldn't be surprised when it happens. (Not saying Miranda is doing anything criminal, just saying, if there are things worth reporting, they should be.)
One she supposedly hates Steam but has had an account for 3 years and 21 games. The other, claims her ex-boyfriend had it on HIS pc and she would delete it. WTF? My wife and I have been married for a long time, I would never just go deleting stuff from her laptop, tablet, etc. Nor would she just go deleting stuff off of mine. Hell, neither of us would delete stuff off the shared machine in the living room without asking each other first. (I work in IT, I have a lot of machines.) Really, evetytime I think she couldn't be more of a selfish bitch, she finds a way to surprise me.