Very seldom were there any problems like we saw this past Halloween night, where several IDIOTS turned over a truck because they were drunk as skunks.
No doubt, Western influence has started to creep its way into Japan. Some parts are good, some parts should be left behind.
If you have watched TV recently, the French have been overturning cars and burning them because of a fuel tax that was to be implemented, which has since been halted.
These types of events are common in France, and in this article it states that there were "French and Belgium nationals, involved in overturning the truck" here in Shibuya on Halloween night.
Is this what Japan wants as part of it's move to globalization? What are your thoughts?
What does drunk as a skunk mean?
What does creep mean?
What does implemented mean?