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Yuka Miroirさん: THE THIRD RED APPLE
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  • The true horror stories in modern Paris Part 36
  • Mme. Empathy was being confronted by her chef. ‘Madame, you lied to me. I only agreed to install the extracting ventilation di
    rectly on the ceiling because you assured me that the ceiling had been insulated.’ Mme. Empathy replied with a smile ‘but it
    is! I cannot do any more insulation than this.’ He did not quite believe her because this chef did not abuse the extractor to
    his credit. A [続きを読む]
  • This Is What Happens When A Wild Wolf Approaches A Pet Dog
  • Mme. Empathy was being confronted by her chef. ‘Madame, you lied to me. I only agreed to install the extracting ventilation di
    rectly on the ceiling because you assured me that the ceiling had been insulated.’ Mme. Empathy replied with a smile ‘but it
    is! I cannot do any more insulation than this.’ He did not quite believe her because this chef did not abuse the extractor to
    his credit. A [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris Part 35
  • Mr. Pillar, the lawyer, had defended many restaurants, but not vice versa. ‘Generally, the restaurants in Paris observe the reg
    ulations and it is the Syndics that do not want a restaurant in their residential building. However, this is clearly an exception
    al case. In all my years of practicing laws in France, I have never seen this extent of malignant breach of regulations as in you
    r case.’ [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris Part 34
  • Mme. Landlord was on the phone. ‘Mais, Non!’ She repeated in utter exasperation. Mr. Pride had called her to demand access to his roof through her apartment’s window where I rent, so his workers could install a sky roof on his restaurant. Mme. Empathy believed that the lack of a sky roof was the reason her restaurant was sparsely occupied. You would think that good food with honest price i [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris Part 33
  • Without women tenants’ participation, I had to make a case for the nuisance of the restaurant by myself. Mme. Landlord could not help me with this because she did not reside in the building herself. For my complaint to be accepted by the police I had to live in inhabitable apartments to record all the activities by the restaurant that were making it inhabitable. It should not have to be this h [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris Part 32
  • Absurd decisions are not always made by fools. A reasonably sane person can be pushed into making one. I did not jump right into
    employing a lawyer either. Besides, Mme. Landlord did her best salvaging the unfair situation with a petition. She hoped that i
    t would prompt the other landlords, who do not reside in the building themselves, to get involved. A couple of my neighbors signe
    d the peti [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris Part 31
  • Mr. Pride raised an eyebrow on learning that Mme. Landlord had reported his act of breach of trust to the Syndic. ‘That old hag
    is always interfering with my business and yet the other landlords always follow her for doing the right things. What do they kn
    ow, those small fishes?’ He was the largest shareholders of the building thus had the power to fire the Syndic. Despite the cl
    aim of being [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris Part 30
  • ‘Incroyable!’ (unbelievable), she repeated over and over as Mme. Landlord read the copy of the restaurant authorization granted to our infamous Mme. Empathy at the office of PASU. We had expected lies about the insufficient insulation in her kitchen, but Mme. Empathy had falsely reported to the authority about the lack of consent of the other landlords on many other issues. For this she did no [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris Part 29
  • After the successful opening party of the previous night Mme. Empathy stood there glowing. However when Mme. Landlord and I enter
    ed the restaurant Mme. Empathy looked at us as if we were vermin. Mme. Landlord politely explained the situation, but was rudely
    interrupted. Mme. Empathy glared at me and spoke to me in English to my surprise. She insisted that I did not hear anything. If
    I did the [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris Part 28
  • I returned to my building after midnight but the guests were still in the restaurant. The drunks were laughing away with Mme. Emp
    athy. But I was relieved to find that the chef was outside smoking so at least there would be no more cooking. This chef was an
    Asian which is considered trendy in Paris these days. He did not know then that Mme. Empathy would later reveal her racism and th
    rew him ou [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris Part 27
  • The hell-turbo engulfed my apartment. The invisible but strong force gripped my lungs and pinned me down onto the floor…which transmitted the vibration from the extractor of the restaurant directly into my body. I had to push myself up with all my strength while losing balance to the vibration from below. I was fast losing breath and felt the blood pressure rising. I managed to stagger towar [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris Part 26
  • In spite of everything Paris continues to draw people in for many reasons, but one of mine was to fulfill the dream of my parents.
    They wished to live there basking in her historical glories. As an Asian with no siblings, it was all up to me to make this hap
    pen and my father’s mind was gradually being eroded by Altimizers. Time was running out so I settled on this apartment in Le M
    arais. Thu [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris Part 25
  • Discrimination takes all kinds of forms, but basically it is the ultimate means of survival through choosing easy weak preys. Pre
    dators leave the rich alone and prefer to take from the poor what few they possess because the rich would put up a fierce defense
    while the poor cannot afford lawyers. Fortunately for the bullies, there are more of the weak than the rich and powerful. The pr
    inciple of [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris Part 24
  • I cannot describe the physical appearance of Mr. Pride and Mme. Empathy in this true story. I have had to modify minor details of
    the situation so as to hide their identity, but this I can say. They would look at you as their preys and the air around you fee
    l heavier. Out of fear you feel compelled to please them as they chat you up as if you are special. But the moment you contradic
    t them, th [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris Part 23
  • Needless to say our Madame Empathy does not give a toss about other people. She just wanted to have fun without paying a price fo
    r it. Why not? Men had indulged her for her looks and seduction all her life. Keeping to the rules was for fools and ugly women
    who could not hope to manipulate men. That was the reputation which had preceded her, but the truth was she did not care for the
    life of o [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris Part 22
  • Despite the national motto ‘equality’, France is surprisingly a polarized society. On one side is a small group of incredibly
    rich elites enjoying absolute dominancy over those on the other side who are financially oppressed. There are decent French peop
    le who uphold morality…and yet there is also a culture that hails cheating as cool. The last phrase was given to me by a group
    of French. T [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris Part 21
  • Whew, I have survived the devil, or at least it appears so for now. So without ado I shall resume where I left off. It has been
    too long.Some people have a knack of sniffing out misfortune in others. So there they were, Mr. Pride and Mrs. Empathy, standing
    in front of an old shop whose previous owner had run himself into a deep debt for the reason I cannot tell you because I have to b
    e careful [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris Part 20
  • I am drained, I am fighting palpation. The new true horror story in the modern Paris is difficult for me to write because I am st
    ill living the nightmare. It is not over after 6 months and the perpetrator is gaining the ground. Because it is true I have to
    alter some aspects so as not to be sued for the invasion of privacy. However, I am so weaken, mentally and physically, that I am
    not up to [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris Part 19
  • There is a police station on the island of Cite in the middle of historical Paris. It is where the world renowned La Notre Dame C
    athedral is crowned. The price of real estate of this island is literally ‘Priceless.’ And yet, behind the cathedral stands
    this police station (not to be confused with the prefecture de police on the other side of the Cathedral). From the point of view
    s of any rea [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris Part 18
  • I could see from the ripped corner of the large envelope that it was a bag of snack. Why anyone would go pale over that, I wonder
    ed. We were still at the talking stage, Leila and me. I suggested ‘Has a company sent you a sample?’ She replied ‘No’ w
    ith a subdued voice. ‘A gift from your friend?’ I asked thinking it would be an odd gift to send by post. Leila blurted out
    , ‘but I am all [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris Part 17
  • North Korea launched another missile towards Japan just hours ago and yet I am updating my blog as business as usual. Just as we
    often refuse to confront the imminent danger, we also deny the past danger as if it had been all in our mind. In my case, I wante
    d to retain faith in humanity so as days gone by I tried to see Leila in a more sympathetic light. Had she not been suffering fro
    m chronica [続きを読む]
  • Prime Minister Abe is not rolling up his eyes in disgust
  • I was going to continue with my true horror stories in Paris, but I felt the need of putting out a Japanese take on Mr. Abe’s re
    action after the much talked handshake with President Trump. I watched the video many times to be sure but I do not see disgust, a
    t least Japanese way, in Mr. Abe’s expression. It is a typical reaction by straight Japanese men who just came out of the sligh
    test physica [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris Part 16
  • Needless to say I caught up with my long awaited restful sleep in Wien the first few days. As I regained my strength I assessed t
    he situation. The bar next door should not be too much problems as the owner-residents would surely take care of the noise once t
    hey are back from Christmas holidays. So it was back to those two anti-socials upstairs. Perhaps I could notify the owner and the
    police an [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris Part 15
  • Fate―a factor you cannot overuse in fictions lest the plot becomes unrealistically convenient. Thus the characters have to take the matters in their hands. The readers cheer on while fully being aware that it does not happen in real life. As this is my true story I could only wait for the fate to intervene. I could not even move out the apartment because the agent would want to know the reaso [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in Paris-Part 14
  • Up to this point I had never thought of the possibility of the two neighbours from Hell being involved in crimes. I was afraid of Leila’s fiancé turning physically violent on me, but the frequent use of the washing machine upstairs was becoming abnormal. So I decided to google two words, ‘washing machine’ and the other word…I had no ideas what it was called because I was a boring prude that [続きを読む]