Watermelon, Mandarins and “Bargains”

A watermelon bought from MaxValu (伊東広野点) in Ito, Shizuoka prefecture, Japan on August 15, 2017.

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Mandarins bought from MaxValu (伊東広野点) and NaGaYa (鎌田店) in Ito, Shizuoka prefecture, Japan (nearest station for both Minami Ito) on August 15, 2017.

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“Rumored bargains” (phonetically sounding similar also to, for instance, “buying poison”) at the sushi counter of MaxValu (伊東広野点) on August 15, 2017. When translating うわさの買得 (“Good bargain of the rumor” according to a suggested literal translation), one online dictionary gives 御家人株の買得 or “Purchase of Gokenin-kabu (status of a low-level vassal of the Tokugawa shogun)” as an example sentence – Cabalese for, for instance, purchasing a position as a low level servant of the criminal, totalitarian, authoritarian, fascist, terrorist, conspiratorial, cartelist and/or cultist cabalist hierarchy in the alleged or self-declared “state” of Japan to sell overpriced and potentially inedible deliberately suboptimal, defective or tampered products at relatively good locations without the fear of effective, non-theatrical interference from “law” enforcement or genuine competition (Selling overpriced and potentially inedible food and thus extorting increased spending on “food” and transportation from some part of the population might be one way to increase the GDP according to some of the prevailing measures in case the GDP figures cannot be entirely made up). When searching for the word “rumored”, www.startpage.com gives on the first page as example sentences or expressions, for instance, “a rumor of war” and “they were investigating rumors of a massacre” – “war” and “massacre” being perhaps lesser exaggerations in the context of Japan than genuine, independent, competent, good faith investigation into the nature and extent of long-standing and widespread – if not all-embracing – criminality, totalitarianism, authoritarianism, fascism, terrorism, conspiracies, cartelism and/or cultism, which in any case should perhaps have been obvious to any independent observer with some exposure to Japan all along.

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