Hello folks sorry for a brief disappearance from the ever shorter attention span of the online world. Unfortunately Kirk Sato has gotten a job promotion and it's not the kind that come with perks of power Armani suit and the corporate jet. However it just happens that I got a better title on my business card with the same pay and longer working hours. So you could imagine that my creative juice got snag out by the adjusting work period. Let just say that I now spend 3 hours of my everyday, commuting in this great city of Bangkok which happen to be my new locale for my physical presence at the movement. Well enough about my poor pissed excuse of being just sheer lazy, before we begin I would like to make a couple of announcements about my blogging affair. First thank you for my frequent readers of the Weekly Digg, especially my Korean hotness Kimchi who actually motivated me with a friendly reminder that somebody ought to wake Kirk up on the blogging session, so thanks Kimchi now I will make it even more spicy. Additionally to make it up for you all, I decided to create my new column for the weekend which I still not quite sure which day would be preferable between Friday and Saturday. Due to a great success of a mini section of the Weekly Sexbytes, now I'm proud to introduce the Pink Spot on the weekly basis which will be a blog dedicating to the dystopian sex, hey what else do you expect there are two things that I have the passion for and one of them is sex. So enough with the gibberish and let's move on to the Weekly Digg
Doing the Japanese Edition !
Sushi How to
Ever wonder of the ancient secret of the Japanese dining etiquettes of sushi ? Well look no further and get your knowledge on this no ordinary vids on the raw fish fine dining. Watch out don't let this mundane atmosphere fool you.
The Japanese are fascinated with robots, and they are fascinated with sex, so of course, as any of you who follow the development of humanoid robots know, the Japanese are definitely fascinated with robot girls and future sex robots. This is a short television commercial by either or both Japanese mobile phone carriers KDDI and Tu-Ka. It is intriguing to watch how they have incorporated a female robot into it.