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A bit of a shoujo nut, with a soft spot for magical girls. ;)
Originally from Idaho. Was in Japan for school Fall 2009 - Spring 2010.
PSP-1000 doesn't support TV-Out. That was introduced with the PSP-2000. Both that and the later PSP-3000 series support TV-Out. Sony makes a special cable you can purchase separately to do just that.
This is Gal☆Gun (ぎゃる☆がん). It's a 萌え rail shooter for XBox 360 and PS3. The PS3 version was released earlier this year, and has PS Move support, so you can actually aim and shoot at the screen instead of having to just aim with thumbsticks. Also, the PS3 version isn't region locked. You can import it from Japan and play it on any PS3 system, though you might run into some issues if you're still using a PAL analog TV, as it (like all Japanese games) is an NTSC game. If you want to try it out, there's a demo up on the Japanese PSN store, you just have to create a Japanese PSN account to access it.
Reminds me of ice caves we have in Idaho. They're also formed from lava tubes.
> "only in pakistan and thrid world countries u see over head cable running"
I'm afraid you're wrong there. In the US, especially in more rural areas, we have overhead electrical (and phone, and cable) wires all over the place. I never even knew electrical wires were buried in some locales until I read about it. ;)
Oh, you're quite welcome. Happy to help out. ^_^
*laughs* No, I don't think so either. I'm guessing It's probably some kind of marathon held in commemoration of the London Olympics.
"smoking segregation" may be a better phrase to use than "smoker segregation". I thought of that *after* I hit submit. ^^;
ロンドン五輪女子マラソン 応援給水所 -- London Olympics Women's Marathon Assistance and Hydration Center
セット内容 日替りバーガー + ポタト（S) + ドリンク -- Meal (Set) Guide Today's Burger + Small Fries + Drink
毎日！セットが５００円 -- Everyday! A meal (literally: "set") is 500 yen
大人のクセにはじけってる。 Grown up and still full of life.
渋谷区分煙ルール 重点地区 -- Shibuya ward smoker segregation rule enforcement area.
歩行喫煙禁止 - Smoking while walking is prohibited.
If it is using WebSockets like I expect it is, that's probably also why you have to keep the phone from auto-locking and leave Safari active, because if the phone locks or you switch apps, Safari will close that persistent connection, likely for power saving.
I'm guessing it's probably using WebSockets, which is a new HTML5 thing to allow for persistent connections between the web browser and the server. They probably figured out how to proxy traffic through WebSockets.
What's with the spam link dude? Not cool. -.-
Only really have one Indian restaurant around here that I know of, and it's in another city an hour away. Only been there once, and unfortunately, while the food was good, the service was lousy (which has been a repeat problem for the friends I was with) and I probably won't be going back there. :(
I just have an old prepaid Motorola flip phone for my cell phone right now. But as I mentioned above, I do have an iPod Touch.
Feature Phone (Non-Smartphone)
Cute. ^_^ I grabbed it for my iPod Touch (3rd gen) when I saw your tweet about it earlier today. Looking forward to seeing how it develops.
Gyuudon (牛丼 - beef bowl)
Yeah, same here for me when I was there in December 2009.