Niina from Tona-Gura! was sharing her POEM textbook with Marie which seemed normal enough until they showed what was actually in it.
Since it’s a bit difficult to read, I’ll post what I think it says. On the left page, it says
LESSON 12 ~ Let’s go fishing! ~
Which do you like Righteye flounder or Bastard halibut?
form of criminal activity using social engineering
by attempts to fraudulently
passwords and credit
A wicked little pun about phishing schemes. Bravo, Japan. Bravo. Apparently, this is a more advanced poem textbook. It’s amazing what they teach kids in Japan these days…
On the right page, it says
Data Analysis & Delivery Applications
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feature robust, simple-to-use user interfaces
that allow you to quickly find.
Our databases contain more than 165 million
economic, financial, and demographic time series
serving more than 180 countries and thier sub-
regions. Accuracy and timeliness are two of the
hallmarks of Moody’s Economy.com economic
databases. Our dedicated Data Services staff
regularly runs data accuracy routines to verify
It’s interesting how easy it is to find the actual website that this text comes from. Advanced search technology rules…
In another episode of Tona-Gura!, Kazuki reminded me of Tama-nee from ToHeart2.
While I try to come up with a counter to that deadly move, take a look at the latest Pic of the Week…