DBA Gaming and Military History-By Musashi

Meet the Yamasaki Clan!

To change things up from wargaming, here is the 21st Century version of stupid home videos of ours. If you watch these you will be able to see behind the scenes at the Yamasaki household. First up is something simply idiotic because we just got our new iMac. When you buy a new gadget, you should NOT do things like this:

Tomiya having more “fun”:

And one last one of a pretty dancing girl….far more fun than watching bees! She may kill me if she sees I posted this however..lol Enjoy while you can before it’s violently pulled down 😉 Actually she was dancing to no music I just added the music to make it seem more festive! 😉 Impromtu hallway dancing with flip flops no less! Impressive.

3 responses

  1. Where are are Yamasaki clan sashimonos?
    Don’t tell me that is where you guys sleep… (floor mats in the scene with the grass skirt dancing)

    August 30, 2010 at 5:08 am

  2. No Tony, sorry to disappoint you. Those are Tatami mats. Nice ones I may add 😉 Tatami mats are the traditional floor covering in many parts of Japan going way way back. They’re dang comfy but you rarely sleep on them directly, you put a futon down on top of them.

    In that hula dance clip you can see my 1,000 Origami cranes I made. If you make 1,000 origami cranes you get to make a wish. This wish had some added umph put to it by Sadako, who got radiation sickness from the Bombing of Hiroshima (http://www.peacecraft.cc/story_of_sadako.html) (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thousand_origami_cranes).
    I made my 1,000 cranes so I could wish to get Yukiko to marry me and it worked. Seriously, no joke. Even the people at work were pretty amazed the crane thing worked. ;-)I turned hardened skeptics into believers of the power of the 1,000 cranes!

    August 30, 2010 at 10:58 am

  3. Gil

    ah ah, it’s fun to see a family… having fun. Give us a ping next time you get to Tokyo 🙂

    August 31, 2010 at 7:47 am

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