Flow in the living moment. — We are always in a process of becoming and nothing is fixed. Have no rigid system in you, and you’ll be flexible to change with the ever changing. Open yourself and flow, my friend. Flow in the total openness of the living moment. If nothing within you stays rigid, outward things will disclose themselves. Moving, be like water. Still, be like a mirror. Respond like an echo.

Johnnys who attend(ed) university.

Graduated:
Sakurai Sho - Keio - Economics
Yamashita Tomohisa - Meiji - Commerce
Koyama Keiichiro - Meiji - Literature
Kato Shigeaki - Aoyama - Law
Kitayama Hiromitsu - Asia - Management
Fujigaya Taisuke - Meikai - Economics
Hasegawa jun - Asia - Economics
Nakama Junta - Kwansei - Sociology

Currently Enrolled:
Tegoshi Yuya - Waseda - Human Informatics
Nakamaru Yuichi - Waseda - Environmental Science
Inoo Kei - Meiji - Architecture
Yabu Kota - waseda - Human Informatics
Okamoto Keito - Sophia - Undeclared
Nakayama Yuma - Komazawa - unrevealed
Nakajima Kento - Meiji - Sociology

Accepted:
Kikuchi Fuma - Keio - accepted

(Hmm, some of these seem different from what’s been stated before, eg. Tegoshi’s major… and enrollment status lol. Oh well, just going by this article.)

To say that ‘I call people stupid because I value intelligence above everything else’ kind of just shows that you’re not that intelligent yourself. By calling some one stupid you’re just putting them down and they aren’t going to believe they are intelligant if you keep telling people they’re stupid. It’s like the quote "Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid." and I guess thats what I’m trying to say people will believe they are stupid and might just for their whole life think that.

So if you do value intelligence above everything then stop thinking it’s okay to call some one stupid because you tell anyone that enough and they might just start believing it. You’ll be stuck in a world with people believing they are stupid which if you do value intelligence wouldn’t be good would it because obviously your big brain won’t have anyone to stimulate your intelligence and I guess you might just become dim yourself.

It’s Friday, and I work for myself, goddammit.

Inspired by this Stumptown retweet:

This drink is doing a lot of heavy lifting this summer. 2 oz Mexican Coke, 2 oz @stumptowncoffee cold brew, 1.5 oz 90 proof Bourbon. Ice.

— Wren Chocolate Maker (@wrenchocolate)

August 14, 2014

I ran to the bodega for a Mexi-Coke, there happened to be some Intelli cold brew hanging out in the studio fridge from the last Good Beer Hunting event (in a growler, natch), and I always keep some work-whiskey at hand. Dickel to be specific.

This drink is now called “Genuine like Gucci” for obvious reasons.


Germany’s foreign intelligence agency has been spying on Turkey for nearly four decades, Focus magazine said on Saturday in a report which could raise tensions further between the NATO allies. The details about the duration of possible surveillance and on the decision-making surrounding it go further than first reports earlier this week. Turkey summoned Germany’s ambassador in Ankara on Monday after media reports that Berlin had identified Ankara as a top target of surveillance in a government document from 2009 and had been spying on Turkey for years. Focus magazine said the BND intelligence agency had been spying on Turkey since 1976 and that German government under the then Social Democrat chancellor Helmut Schmidt had expressly approved the step.
Source: Reuters


Germany’s foreign intelligence agency has been spying on Turkey for nearly four decades, Focus magazine said on Saturday in a report which could raise tensions further between the NATO allies. The details about the duration of possible surveillance and on the decision-making surrounding it go further than first reports earlier this week. Turkey summoned Germany’s ambassador in Ankara on Monday after media reports that Berlin had identified Ankara as a top target of surveillance in a government document from 2009 and had been spying on Turkey for years. Focus magazine said the BND intelligence agency had been spying on Turkey since 1976 and that the German government under the then Social Democrat chancellor Helmut Schmidt had expressly approved the step.
Source: Reuters
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