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Picture 41       Unmovable, is my ability of forgetting why some occasion from my life perplex me. Sometime during my childhood, I inherited an object. I vaguely recall the person I obtained it from, referring to it as a puzzle box. Though I didn’t note any association between “Lamentation Configuration,” and the origami version of this paper object the characteristics of the two are present now.

Through the years our entertainment industry’s presented to us popular movies like “Hell-raiser,” and television shows like “Star Trek: The next generation.” Strangely, I forgot about existence of the paper box until after the turning of the millennium.

After the turn of the millennium, I began crafting the paper box again. I didn’t think “Cube” was important during the millennial turning. “Lamentation Configuration” met all the standards of Christian fan-fiction, and The Federation encounters of Borg Aren’t mere coincidence. Though entertainment’s evolution, might imply “Deanna Troy” of “The Star-ship Enterprise” is a fan-fiction of fan-fiction.

After the millennial turn, I began crafting the paper box. Wondering why the paper box adopted the character of a puzzle, I notice, perhaps the paper box was given to me as a less than perfect object. Now , in betwixt heaven and hell, I imagine why Clive Barker created. Clive Barker had an obvious perception of that inherited balance. Even more important, I ask how much longer I’ll tolerate society destroying the same legacy.

Wikipedia refers to this origami box as the “Kawasaki box.” Origami is something I suspect exists as a part of Shinto practice. A geometric approach to origami resulted in a conclusion, origami objects share a fundamental accord.  Each traditional object triangulates around at least one right angle triangle, and each object shares more than one geometric shape. Coincidentally, “Cube” and “Xbox,” were among iconic products presented to the public during the turn of the millennium.

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Racing into their role and between shadow, Ninja’s served It’s master from It’s beginning. I’m uncertain of how Shinto influenced Japanese motorcycle engineers while designing this machine, but I am going to assume the two-hundred and fifty r’s a poetic thing.

An indicated speed of one hundred and thirty miles an hour, and reaching maximum R,P.M tolerance between thirteen-thousand R.P.M.s, I’m intrigued. All those numbers resembling my street address but without that last matching digit. Under these circumstances, I crunched some numbers, but didn’t equate all variable, as a result of my lack of mechanical math. I concluded existing significance after making calculations from the dyne unit. Though those units didn’t aid in determining total output horsepower, I discovered from an internet source the two-cylinder engine produces 37 horsepower before the transmission’s added. I did discover those digits within the horsepower.

Because many numbers from this machine resemble common variable from our physical world, I wonder if those engineers designed this according to America’s standards of a legal motorcycle. According to those standards this machine and I feel I harmonize with this design. The machines not to small, and I’m not too large. According to Wikipedia, the two-hundred and fifty r’s always manufactured within the same measurements. Each piston cylinder operates within a 139-180 pound pressure. Each plug detonates an estimated one-hundred and eighty times per minute. I’m certain many sub-culture  practitioner recognize the number one, eight, seven. That number’s the product of thirteen point seven squared, and one of the repetitive numbers within this machine’s design. This design can serve as perfect example of how society and culture influence other members of society through the economy. I won’t dare imagine why this machine needs change, but somewhere, somehow most things under like circumstance, change. Seriously! The manufactures tire size included the numbers thirteen, and thirty-seven D. I’m assuming the D’s for recognition of certain Japanese tire manufacturer. I’m wondering if I’ll need to jump through hoops to appease the expectations of the designer. Despite the machine’s character.

My imagination goes rampant. Generating idea under the wing of this beast’s existence. My point is, If Japan lives designing  for our standards of comfort, what aren’t we doing. I’d allow them to design my word-processor if I knew they’d make sense. I couldn’t tell you how fucking long I’ve used it’s as a possessive form of a pronoun with no writing errors detected. Today, I’m thinking all that changed.

I’ve never been to Japan, but because my name’s seen in a Japan race oriented American film, I question if Asians do America better. If I need to argue in America about constitutional standards of measurement or because of an unacceptable word-processor, an Asian country’s the place to serve. Considering they’ve giving me things I’m supposed to get from my nation. Maybe it’s a Shinto belief thing?Maybe it’s a Kawasaki thing? I’m still not certain this machine fits that spying perpetrator’s description. I really don’t want to exaggerate the thing.

To all the bloggers I love: If the shoe fits, wear it.

2006 Ninja 250r

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