Ask the Brain The World's First Computer-Generated Encyclopedia Computer Generated Encyclopaedia

 Ask the Brain! :)
Ok "Brain", what's the deal with ?
 
   In the News - 19 Nov: Barry Bonds  Mitt Romney  Rupert Murdoch  Santa Claus  Pearl Harbor  
 
 
 

Topic: Japan

Related:
  New Japan    Tokyo Japan  
  Japan Times    University Japan  
  Osaka Japan    Art of Japan  
  City Japan    Japan Information  
  History of Japan    Business in Japan  
  Government of Japan    Culture of Japan  


 
 
 Vital Stats
The Brain has inferred the following facts from reading text collected on the topic:
Favorite website(s):BBC
Most admires:Emperor Hirohito,  Yoko Ono
Currently has on their coffee table:Lonely Planet guide
Dream job(s):President of the United States
Favorite TV show(s):Anime stuff,  World Cup Coverage,  24
Favorite food(s):Sushi
Favorite great leader(s):Douglas MacArthur
Likes to wear:Sumo belt
Favorite sport(s):Karate
Favorite destination(s):Japan,  Asia,  Hong Kong
Favorite drink(s):Sake
Membership(s):Greenpeace
Favorite quote(s):"He is one of those people who would be enormously improved by death." - H. H. Munro (Saki) (1870-1916)
 
 
 Expert Talk
The Brain has selected interesting relevant sentences from the web. It automatically assigned them to some of our fictitious experts based on their personalities.


Brian Mengel,
Civil Servant

Japan's distant water fishery has had to withdraw from the waters of many coastal states which had declared 200 mile fishing zones with the result that production from distant water fishery declined from 3.
Ben Werner,
Student Newspaper Editor

An organization that sponsored the rally decided to give special lessons related to Japan's escalated moves to tamper with history textbooks and conduct a 10 million signature campaign and a campaign to boycott Japanese goods.
John Fielding,
CEO

Japan's new information technology strategy, by contrast, emphasizes three features: that the anticipated growth in the IT sector be private-sector driven, that there be market-based competition, and that there be transparency of administrative rules.
For most of the past decade Japan's Ministry of Finance has refused to deal with the financial-sector problems created by the Japanese stock and real estate market declines.
Pete Trengle,
Bass Player

Richard Barbieri, Japan's keyboard player and Steve Jansen, drummer, have collaborated with Karn and others on a variety of projects.
Dave Simons,
Internet Entrepeneur

The report draws Mobile Media Japan's expertise on the Japan wireless market and is an excellent tool for understanding where Wireless LAN is heading both in Japan and abroad.
NTT DoCoMo Group is Japan's largest mobile network operator with over 10 million subscribers nationwide.
Japan's largest mobile phone maker, plans to nearly double the number of workers devoted to handset development to accelerate the introduction of new models.
Jack Crawford,
WWII Veteran

Japan's defeat in World War II and the subsequent Allied Occupation wrought momentous changes in the imperial institution and its place in Japanese politics and society.
Their objective was to sink the United States Pacific Fleet so it would not interfere with Japan's conquest of the East Indies and the Philippines for the area's supplies of oil and other strategic resources.
Dan Toomey,
Computer Salesman

Since marketing Japan's first thermal transfer color printer in 1982, Shinko has led the field in color technology for computer peripherals.
Josh Hogan,
Commander

The Japanese related that he had been stationed aboard Japan's finest carrier as a kamikaze pilot, but his ship had been sunk out from under him by a U.
 
 
 User Talk
Comments from our users:
From:
Tom Ridge
2005-03-17 05:26:29
Are there any refugees in Japan?
From:

2005-04-11 13:33:50
From:
anonymous
2005-06-07 01:19:32
Why do the japanese eat cats
From:
hJBgdXV7Sq
2005-12-19 08:37:18
IsezsA4bTD KlmLA1Jcgu3 P8WOncG0OSVOK
From:
unanimity
2010-11-21 04:30:00
one mind
Got a question? Got an answer? Let's hear it!

Name:


Protection code:

 
 
 Pass this on!
Statistics show that on average at any given moment, people have at least 5 bored friends. For just one moment, that can be somebody else.

Your Name:
Friend's Email1: eg. friend1@hotmail.com
Friend's Email2: (optional)
Friend's Email3: (optional)
Friend's Email4: (optional)
Friend's Email5: (optional)
 
 
Contact Us | What is AskTheBrain? | Terms and Conditions
Feel free to link to this page.

This is a satirical computer-generated website. By using this site, you agree to abide by our terms and conditions.
Copyright Rapid Intelligence 2003. All Rights Reserved.