Sunday, May 15, 2005

Honyaku Friday (Sunday)

I apologize for not posting Honyaku Friday on Friday. You see, I was hypnotized by the sleepy gaze of the sea turtle in the picture I posted below, and I fell asleep on Friday afternoon, not to wake up until Sunday morning. I'm not very good at lying.

It has been put forth that little Aiko-sama (the daughter of Crown Prince Naruhito and Princess Masako) has the right to the Japanese Imperial Throne, which would make her the nation's first-ever empress (not counting the widows of previous emperors who filled in for their dead hubbies).

The issue previously hinged on whether or not the 1947 Imperial House Law, which ignores the postwar Constitution "banning discrimination in political matters based on gender" and limited the throne to male offspring of imperial blood, was unconstitutional. It is, obviously, but a final decision has yet to be made.

The Japanese press is in love with Princess Aiko's chubby face, and the poor girl can't even play Tamagotchi without a camera crew showing up. I'm sure her future appointment as empress would thrill the media, not to mention the millions of Japanese who would gain a new national holiday on Aiko-sama's birthday.

The Emperor (called Tennou, or "heavenly king") lacks political power, but is always first to be considered for appearances in movies where Tom Cruise plays a samurai.

Double-Translated Results from Yahoo Honyaku:

I mail you Honyaku on Friday on Friday and apologize in a lost thing. I that you watched it was hypnotized in the picture which I posted below by sleepy eyes of a sea turtle and I fell asleep at the afternoon of Friday. And I do not get up until the morning of Sunday. I am not many good liars.

That Aiko -sama (a daughter of Prince null Homo sapiens and a Masako princess) did not have the right to Japanese empire Throne was almost taken out. And it makes her the first Queen (I do not count a widow of their emperor before having substituted for a dead husband) of a country.

The problem was decided whether 1947 Imperial Family method (it ignored the postwar constitution which "prohibited discrimination in a political issue to be based on sex" and limited throne to boy attendants of blood of an empire) was against a constitution previously. Sure does so it, and the last decision is not yet done.

A Japanese press does a face and love doing completely of Princess Aiko and, as for the poor girl, doing it cannot do Tamagotchi without an appearing camera worker. I am convinced that her future appointment to Queen thrills the media not to speak of the Japanese public getting a festival day new on a birthday of Aiko-sama.

The Emperor (called tenno or "King like heaven") lacks the political power, but it is always a beginning so that it is considered for the appearance in the movie that Tom Cruise plays a samurai.

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