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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by tool, Nov 3, 2004.

  1. Capt.Toilet

    Capt.Toilet Good news everyone!

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    I am more worried that Tool was able to predict that we were going to be in the shit tubes. He should run for President :D
     
  2. JohnDoe641

    JohnDoe641 Killer Fools Pro Staff Member

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    At least we're not suffering alone anymore. :p
     
  3. BillyBadAss

    BillyBadAss Strong Cock of The North

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    <---- This nigga keeps his promise.
     
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  4. Zxanphorian

    Zxanphorian ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

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    Not to mention this interesting conversation in the thread. W0RF has some crystal ball or something, especially 4 years out from the 2008 election. :eek:

     
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  5. Al

    Al Car'a'carn

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    Silly W0RF! He isn't a Christian! He's a Muslim terrorist from Kenya!
     
  6. Sir_Brizz

    Sir_Brizz Administrator Staff Member

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    "The only reason I singled him out is that he is an example of someone who realizes that government is there to serve the people."

    Until he became President...
     
  7. Gambit84

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    This thread makes me want to laugh, but what was said has rang so depressingly true.
     
  8. Jacks:Revenge

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  9. SleepyHe4d

    SleepyHe4d fap fap fap

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    How do you become a permanent resident of Japan? I thought foreigners were only allowed there for a few months at a time or something. Also, even being able to live there, I heard it's hard to get things done there as a foreigner, such as getting a decent job and stuff. How did that work out for you? Is it mainly because you're in Tokyo? (even then I heard it's no good) Do you think you would have been able to do it in a small city or town? :eek:

    /bombardment of questions
     
  10. BillyBadAss

    BillyBadAss Strong Cock of The North

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    There are many routes you can take to get it. I'm married to a Japanese National. I haven't gotten permanent resident status yet, but I'm eligible for it as of next year. I'm currently hold a spousal visa, but it expires next year, so if they don't give me perm status (unlikely), they will renew it for 5 years into the future.

    Assuming you have a visa already and speak Japanese, it's not that hard to find a job. Actually, backend programers can usually find a job without knowing Japanese and they will pay for your visa if you are already here. Japanese usually aren't very good at that stuff. Finding a job here is usually about who you know. If you know somebody at a company they can get you in. That's the easiest way.

    A small city or town maybe I could of done it. They are shrinking as everyone is moving to the big cities, so they need people. Hard to say.

    You can read a lot about getting a visa here.

    http://www.japan-guide.com/e/e2221.html
     

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