Battle X2

Posted by TravisNN
The Neishon tried out some Google advertising for fun. Did you know it costs close to $1.15 each time you click on an ad? Keep that in mind next time you see those boring looking ads on the sides of pages, someone is paying for them to be there. And if you clicked on one and are now reading this, we hope this experience was worth at least a dollar to you. Enjoy. And, to continue on with the Japan journey, Here is part 2 of the Battle that Arnold and Danny got on tape:

Feelings, Ninjas and apple pies

Posted by TravisNN
Our friends over at OddMenOut posted about this today, and I couldn't help but notice it. Apparently over in Vermont there is a new business that is causing a lot of excitement and a little controversy. The 'Jonesville Underground' are setting up a local pub and social gathering spot called the Long Trail Community Market (LTCM). Their philosophy on running a business is very refreshing and reminded me a lot of Ninja Neishon. It was nice to see other people working to make capitalism work for people instead of the other way around. There also happens to be a neighbor who is causing some legal troubles for LTCM. Seems like a whole lot of hurt feelings flying around more than anything. The Neishon might be sending over some apple pies to both sides to clear this thing up so that the LTCM can open up and be as cool as we think it should be. Here's the Article In other news I came across this guy named Damien Walters. Many of you have probably seen this before, but if you somehow have been missing out, you should probably watch this. We're convinced he is attached to a game system somewhere and somebody is just pressing buttons because this is just ridiculous: Also if you haven't checked it out yet, take a look at Tokyo Battle pt. 1 \_/ <-- that is an arrow pointing down.

Battle

Posted by TravisNN
As many of you know some of us here at the Neishon traveled to Japan this summer to collect, among other things, some footage to bring back for everyone to enjoy. At first there wasn't any clear direction for the theme of the video, but as we spent more time getting immersed in the culture with people we'd meet on the street, in clubs, shops etc, the footage began taking on a certain theme. As we post more and more footage from that trip hopefully the ideas behind it will become clear. For now let's just start with some battle footage that Danny and Arnold captured right outside central Tokyo. This is part 1 of that battle: