1 - i fucking love your profile picture and name. Thank you for being awesome.
2 - my belief for those types of videos, especially done on youtube by channels like that guy's, is they have an agenda. They say they're going out to seek information on people for an unbiased report but you can tell right from the getgo they've got a bias and agenda. Now im not saying that's bad. people are entitled to have their own beliefs, but when you try to portray yourself as unbiased and ask loaded questions like that, it puts me off slightly, and i'm as secular as it gets, mind you. i mean i broke up with a boy because of his constant attempts to make me religious, for example.
I think she's confusing/thinking that all of her experience in Japan combined should count. I believe the rules for PR is you need to be in Japan at least concurrently for 10 years. At least thats what it was last I checked. Haven't had to worry about visa stuff for a while personally so I don't quite know off the bat.
her tweets about the new YouTube policy are very condescending...she asked why smaller youtubers were pissed about the policy.......im sorry, i lost a lot of respect for sharla from her tweets earlier....
most tokyo homes are modernized. I sometimes stay at my friend's house near Yokohama when I'm in Japan, and it's hard to find a home that doesn't have a heater, for one. You must live in the countryside, big time.
Well, who else moved out of Japan? I dont think any of the other big-timers moved. If anything, I think it's more significant that Eat Your Kimchi moved to Japan recently, rather than Sharla moving to Korea.
I watched the victor and hiko livestream last weekend, they said the Hanami was April 7th, and today Phoenyx 787 posted the event page, looks like. I think the 3 of them are gonna host it this year and not just Phoenyx. Anyone gonna go? I'm not gonna be in Tokyo that week, sadly...wish they scheduled it a week prior cuz thats when I'll be in Tokyo next lol
I did a little bit of legal research into if Logan could get charged with a crime for what he did.
Unfortunately, no, he didn't necessarily break any laws.
However, this tweet from an AP journalist in Tokyo pretty much says it all. Action that could be taken is by the bereaved family. Privacy laws are such that if a person (or family) is filmed and they don't want to me, and they feel like they've been slandered or disrespected, they could indeed file a civil suit. However, Japan isn't Lawsuit-Crazy like the USA has a reputation of being, and I highly doubt (and I do agree with this journalist here) that this would happen. https://twitter.com/yurikageyama/status/948763558531162112