Monday, July 10, 2006

Japan's singing cowboy protests his firing

Every morning since he was fired from his job 25 years ago for refusing to take part in mandatory callisthenics, Tetsuro Tanaka has shown up at the company entrance to sing protest songs.

Which shows how tolerant Japan is of the more eccentric members of its society.

Speaking of which, I wonder what happened to that chainsaw-wielding guy.

—Mellow Monk

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