Rock You With

Potatoes bought from Ito Yokado (大船店) in Ōfuna, Kanagawa prefecture, Japan on July 28, 2017.

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I did not see any whole watermelons in several supermarkets or stores in Kannai, Ishikawachō, Motomachi-Chukagai or Ōfuna (all in Kanagawa prefecture) on July 28, 2017, while relatively small quantities have been available in many supermarkets or stores and, for instance, children’s ring throwing competition in a local festival in Ito, Shizuoka prefecture.

The following picture is from a Tokaido line train in Atami, Shizuoka prefecture on July 28, 2017.

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Does language matter? Quite possibly not. According to one online dictionary, “We will rock you” might be translated as 我々は、あなたをゆすります。 If a group was singing on TV in Japanese ”我々は、あなたをゆすります” while showing judo, ippons (see https://academism.wordpress.com/2017/07/16/maxvalu-atami/) or some other types of combat sports and an advertisement in a train in an area where reliably high quality or safe liquids might not be entirely easy to find showed some colorful – or perhaps watermelonish – liquids with which the audience is to be explicitly “rocked” by the company which provides, for instance, much of the milk to some of the local supermarkets, any potential local audience, no matter how severe their own or someone else’s symptoms might be, might be simply externally determined, for instance, not to understand such statements or realities while being assaulted or exterminated, to pretend or claim not to understand such statements or realities while being assaulted or exterminated, to laugh at anyone who might correctly observe such statements or realities while being assaulted or exterminated or violently attack anyone who might correctly observe such statements or realities while being assaulted or exterminated.

Some of the smaller drops in the picture might not be entirely dissimilar to, for instance, some potential transmission mechanisms for airborne infections. Might, for instance, a trip in a “Black Ship” train (黒船電車) from Kinomiya station to Usami station on July 16, 2017 at 11:12am – 11:29am be relevant to “rocking” any specific passenger getting on the train approximately from the location of a potential tomato on the platform (see https://academism.wordpress.com/2017/07/16/maxvalu-atami/) and staying close to one of the air conditioners for the entire duration of the trip in a rather crowded train with potentially the most severe flu-like illness for years and, for instance, headaches and fast heartbeat, all starting within 24 hours of the trip and the flu-like symptoms lasting approximately two weeks?

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