Saturday, June 11, 2005


Luke and Yuko’s Wedding is Coming to a Church Near . . . (left click to read further)


It has come to my attention that I am getting married in less than two weeks . . . . In the Mosaic Law a newlywed man was exempt from military service for one full year after his marriage (Deuteronomy 24:5). It is said that the term “honeymoon” comes from the Danish-Nordic custom of a father-in-law being obligated to provide his daughter’s husband with free honey mead for one whole moon after the wedding. Gaijin for Life will simply cease to function until such time as Operation June Bride and Honeymoon Part I have been successfully concluded. Gaijin himself will rest from his pseudo-military campaign to track down and digitally shoot a Shimokita bear. Then, one moon from now, Gaijin for Life will return in a manner reminiscent of Gandalf the Grey reappearing as Gandalf the White. You will be dazzled by gaijinforlife.com’s fresh look, our new double-“o” series of Keitai Cinema, an exponentially expanding functionality in digital media, and the relentless pursuit of the “Find a Bear” campaign.