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Oh I admire his resolve and determinism, but to think that instead of living in a jungle, providing his own food and not having a job, he could have been in a comfortable bed, working hard as a drone in a Japanese corporation, and living in a smog filled metropolis like Tokyo whilst his children....
Wait a minute...
What am I saying?
Right, I am off to the Jungle for the next 30 years!
Obscurum per obscurius.
Ad astra per alas porci.
Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum videtur.
As a private of a colonial unit, Nakamura was not entitled to pensions after a 1953 change in the law on pensions, and thus received only a minimal sum of ¥68,000 (US $227.59 at the time, now US $1,100 in 2014). This raised a considerable outcry in the press, motivating the government to donate over $100,000 similar to what had been given to Onoda
The report of my death was an exaggeration - Mark Twain