Kamome Shokudo (かもめ食堂) is a Japanese film shot entirely in Finland and I caught it on my current favourite TV channel yesterday. The film had some comedy, some sadness, some soul-searching, some nice Finnish scenery and quite some food. There were themes of loneliness, sorrow and freedom—generally sad things—but when the movie ended, I found myself feeling quite happy.
My savvy friend whose use of “hehe” provoked all these questions said that “hehe” is one of his favorite words. He pronounces it “heh heh,” to indicate mild amusement “without having to resort to emoticons, LOLs, or ROTFLs.” He said that “haha” indicates “more serious amusement,” and adds extra “ha”s for “more serious mirth.” He wrote, “There is no such thing as “hehehe” in my vocab, though.”
“Service Battery” doesn’t sound good, but after reading the Apple Support note, it could be worse.
It took us three months to capture this: the 750 vehicles stand for the 750,000 miles the average car owner drives in a lifetime.
How we organize is more important than who we are. Smart people in bad structures produce trash. Ordinary people, well organized, can produce precious gems.