The ‘real’ Tokyo

All the rest of my fellow aliens/gaijin are all a tither about‘s Tokyo, Japan 1917-1950: Rare Images Of Love, Loathing And Life

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I'm a pale, alien, quadruped who has worked for 25+ years at "Maybe-the-Largest Inc." in Tokyo.

6 thoughts on “The ‘real’ Tokyo”

  1. Some things never change…
    That must be a photo of the 6th sub-basement of the Bank of Japan, which has a football field sized crypt stacked high with 2000 yen notes* that are used expressly to buy foreign favor and pay Islamic terrorists, ha, ha.

    *Japanese refuse to use “unlucky” 2000 yen notes
    but the Bank of Japan is required by law to
    print zillions of them every year.

  2. You are doing a splendid job my fellow freemason. I applaud you in a standing ovation for your daily penetration of the BOJ via your waifu and your second lover! Please keep penetrating and printing with all of your piston strength. You are doing God’s work.

  3. LOL! We got to pump the stuff to make the stuff! So stuff it in keep pumping with pure pleasure!

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