Despite what it looks like in these posters, Yuka Nakayama (中山由香) is not advertising genetically modified foods—She’s a genetically‑modified “campaign girl ()” for a online foreign exchange brokerage, GMO CLICK Securities—”GMO” stands for Global Media Online.
Supposedly, GMO CLICK is Number 1 in the user-friendliness of their trading tools for FX beginners, but their TV commercials stress the value of Yuka Nakayama as GMO’s zombie fighting, go-go girl. (Note the transexual, gaijin zombie at the 56-second point of the video.)
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Taken in Tokyo’s Akihabara Station, this classic photo of Japanese educational savvy was originally tweeted by “@kongaricookie,” who had to go into Witness Protection when it exploded in a zillion retweets on August 29, 2013.
So you might ask, “What is it like to teach English in Japan?” Rather than just referring to teach.3yen.com and work.3yen.com to learn about the getting a job in Japan, why not check out the fun of teaching Teddy Bear English —a six part Youtube series?
The Hulu video above of the “Word Association*” sketch by Richard Pryor and Chevy Chase (Saturday Night Live – 1975) only works in the USA. Sorry. You can view this reconstruction on Youtube or read the script on IMDb.com.