If you're self-conscious, wear a mask or something or just use a picture of something (Make it kind of a slide show eve). A lot of people do that. I also used to do commentary vids (a long time ago) using a puppet. A literal puppet. It was one of the muppet what-nots. There is an English translation in the description. I have no idea how accurate it is.
Yeah, that isn't Rodi. He's been around for a few years, only has about 20 subs. But if you check his other vids, they have better lighting, and he's an older white guy. Have no idea what the accent is.. And Piggles is pretty cool.
Exactly. There was a tornado that hit Tokyo back in 2012 and it made news here in the States because of it being such an unusual occurance. https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/capital-weather-gang/post/tornado-strikes-japan-near-tokyo-kills-one-videos/2012/05/07/gIQAS2e87T_blog.html?utm_term=.8340f8b486a8 If it had been a tornado, it would have been all over the news there, at least (if nowhere else).
Japan is in the Northern hemisphere. Japan's season's follow the same as the other countries in the Northern hemispheres (ie.Winter: Dec -Feb, Spring: March to May, Summer: June to August, Autum: September to November) Only places in the Southern Hemisphere (Like Australia and Chile) are the seasons reversed.
Doubt we'll ever seen Miranda comment on this news from her beloved favorite country: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/worldviews/wp/2017/07/18/a-video-of-a-woman-in-a-skirt-sparks-outrage-in-saudi-arabia/
Forgetting a word here and there is one thing. That happens to everyone even when they are living in their home country, speaking their native language. What Miranda is claiming is completely different. She is claiming she is completely forgetting her native tongue that she spoke, exclusively, for 21 years before moving to Japan. That doesn't happen. Language attrition commonly occurs in young kid (around 15 and younger). The older you are the less likely it becomes. By the time you hit 20, your native language is fairly ingrained and not going anywhere.
Oh, that was all but confirmed when she started her "A Voice from Japan" channel. She started it on Jan 25. She didn't have any videos on it until Feb 18. But for some reason, there was a mass influx of subscribers on Feb 11. 1240 subs, to be exact. Just a tad suspicious.