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any japanese members besides radio kid??? - 03-30-2017, 01:28 PM

any japanese members besides radio kid???

just wondering the japanese community on this website.


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03-30-2017, 08:35 PM

yep fortunately there is radiokid... otherwise I think we are all foreigners. Me too I'm not japanese .


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03-31-2017, 03:24 PM

Once there were many native Japanese people in this forum. But after huge spam attack, most of all members moved to other new forum:Japanologic.com and I missed the bus to the new forum because I was absent during the attack and moving to new forum.

When I found the new forum, new forum also under attack by the spammers. Japanologic.com was closed in 2014? or 2015.

I just watched this forum once a week or so and post some replies when some people ask questions.

After some battles with the spammer, I overcome the spammer. And continue replying the questions.

You can find the battles at this thread.

I think some Japanese are still watching this forum. But they might hesitate to post because they feel it shameful of leaving Japan forum.

Or, simply they do not like me for some reason.


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04-01-2017, 04:33 AM

I'm also here, but I'm not japanese as well. So I can't attend any questions
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04-01-2017, 01:00 PM

Oh come on Radiokid don' t say that... you are a polite person... why they shouoldn' t like you ?


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04-01-2017, 02:55 PM

There would be some Japanese people who think Radiokid posts too much in spite of his poor English ability.

But, sorry to say, I do not mind about that.


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But, sorry to say, I do not mind about that.
Wise... I agree


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04-03-2017, 03:27 PM

>But, sorry to say, I do not mind about that.

I should write...

But, I do not mind at all unfortunately.

Yes, I can improve!

In those busy days of Japan forum, I could learn English much from the native Japanese people who wrote good English.

I mean I can expect what he wanted to say in Japanese mind and learn his English comparing with the Japanese mind.


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04-03-2017, 09:08 PM

No no I wasn' t referring to your English skills I agree that you should not mind about it.

But is obvious I' m not English mothertongue aswell so I think I could improve it too .
There is a saying in my country : "During your life you'll never stop learning "that means that all the life is an occasion to learn something new.


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04-04-2017, 02:43 PM

I mean I could not improve my English because there is no other active native Japanese in this forum.


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