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Yuka Miroirさん: THE THIRD RED APPLE
ハンドル名Yuka Miroir さん
ブログタイトルTHE THIRD RED APPLE
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  • The true horror stories in modern Paris part 96
  • I may have given the impression in my last post that I was about to embrace a religion. Not quite yet although the case of Mme. L
    andlord taught me the importance of believing in the existence of God as an omnipotent-supervisor. She lied and manipulated becau
    se she did not feel the God’s eyes on her. We tend to commit anything if no one was looking. Belief in God will check me from
    joining the [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris part 95
  • Mme. Landlord resorted to nick-picking to undermine my reputation, but the other neighbors would not take any notice. They must h
    ave always suspected her hypocrisy but did not want to be wrong. Now she was met with a unanimous silence against her slander abo
    ut me. I felt so encouraged that I was ready to stare back at Mme. Landlord should we meet as I came out from my apartment in the
    same buil [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris part 94
  • I could not update my blog last week because of the pain in my wrist. It is healing slowly, but the pain returns whenever I stres
    s it. But my mind was busy wrestling with many ideas about my identity. Then I thought I should start but analyzing each harmoni
    ouscharacter in my true horror stories. Let me start with Mme. Landlord, the ruthless whipper of the weak while pretending to be
    their savi [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris part 93
  • Back in the old ages, predators were savage and physical. Victims were slain to death. There was no coming back from that. But
    in the modern age, predators tend to shy away from physical abuses remembering the legal consequences. Thus, came the age of vict
    im-business.It is quite fool proof and yet potent. Generally, people are sucked in by the former victims’ sad tales, no matter
    how shamele [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris part 92
  • I have just edited my last post in which I had renamed a character. In hindsight it may have caused confusion, thus I decided to
    bring back the old name, Mme. Landlord, to the hyena lady. I also mentioned in the last post that she had lied to me about the pe
    rsonality of Mr. Pride, but smart readers would have suspected it already.So, instead I shall report to you the latest of the rest
    aurant fro [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris part 91
  • I could not update my blog last week as I moved back to Paris. Yes, the gong rang and the gloves were off. Mme. Landlord is stil
    l lurking around. This is what it means to live in Paris. One month of holidays to wind down and 11 months of fighting battles.
    Nevertheless, it did not worry me anymore because after Mme. Landlord received a legal letter from my lawyer demanding to check h
    er smartph [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris part 90
  • A French lawyer working as the assistant of my regular lawyer was assigned my case against Mme. Landlord. He would naturally be b
    ias as I was his client, but still the genuine shock on his face was enough proof that Mme. Landlord had behaved without honor acc
    ording to the French standards. My lawyer was even more disgusted because he had once spent hours calming the nerve of Mme. Landl
    ord when t [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris part 89
  • I wrote in my last post the reason why I have been irregular in updating my blog. My wrist has had up days and down days when it
    simply hurt too much to type. Today has been one of those latter days. I apologize in advance if I fail my readers again.With my
    left hand only I emailed to Mme. Landlord to apologize for having broken her tap. I offered to replace it as soon as I return fr
    om Japan. [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris part 88
  • You might wonder why I still honored my promise I made to Mme. Landlord to paint her apartment despite her harsh nature that had r
    evealed itself with time. One was for the honor of all the migrants. Mme. Landlord would spread around a slander about another u
    ngrateful migrants who would not return her kindness. Completing the painting was the only way to prevent it. But another reason
    was a sen [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris part 87
  • The month of January 2018, I was left in peace during the long absence of Mme. Landlord. She wanted to enjoy the time with her gr
    andchildren. However, she did not leave quietly…as my readers might guess by now.Mme. Landlord would not release my deposit eas
    ily. She cooked up all the things that needed to be replaced new. Luckily, my insurance agent had advised me to take photos of t
    he apartmen [続きを読む]
  • Congratulation, Mr. John Millman
  • This is an extra update. I had to because Mr. John Millman, an Australian tennis player has just won a great victory. To be hone
    st, I would not have reacted much if he had not been an Australian. I may have left that big island nation, but I still feel a se
    ntimental connection that is strong enough to rejoice every time good thing happens to Australia, the nation that helped me grow a
    backbone. [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris part 86
  • Not all migrants are financially challenged. Some of them are elites who had to flee their homeland to protect their wealth. Su
    ch was this Turkish doctor whose acquaintance Mme. Landlord boasted of a lot. She would say ‘I was raised as a Catholic, but I
    do not like religions. Thus, I do not discriminate Muslims.’ For many months this kind of her comments impressed me. She told
    me how many [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris part 85
  • My wrist has been hurting the last few days thus my delayed update. I am still paying the price for having glorified Mme. Landlord’s personality and let her abuse me till my wrist snapped. The amount of labor she threw upon me may not have done less damage had my muscle not been tense from the stress the restaurant from Hell was exposing me too day and night. It may have helped if Mme. Landlor [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris part 84
  • At the beginning, Mme. Landlord asked me each time she wished to borrow something from me. Then gradually ‘borrowed’ became ‘taken.’ After 16 months, she would just take them and would be rather cross if I retrieved my things from her apartment. Still, I made excuses for her, telling myself that it was her advanced age making her forgetful of manner. Of course, she was miserly to the bone, [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris part 83
  • If the Police kept the records of the city cameras that night, you would see me, a tiny Japanese woman pushing two chairs twice th
    e size of herself across Paris. My arm muscle ached but so did my heart. I could not adjust to the sobering reality that Mme. La
    ndlord was not quite a philanthropist that I had believed her to be. I remembered of this recent cocktail party held at Mme. Land
    lord’s ap [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris part 82
  • She was chatting away about her grandson and how well she was getting along with her son and her daughter in law. Mme. Landlord a
    nd I were in Leroy Merlin, a hardware shop in Paris. Paint needed to be purchased to paint her apartment, the one that had been l
    eft in mess by her former tenant Jupiter. Not knowing that she was lying I offered to help with the big task because she had put
    on an Osca [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris part 81
  • After the phone call, I felt like a fool that I had just spent a whole day feeling lousy about myself for having denied Mme. Harmo
    nie the access through my apartment. Caution told me to have the message heard by a French speaker, but I was convinced that she
    was making a demand that she did not deserve to make. So, I wrote another refusal message to Mr. Pride and the syndic, adding th
    at I did n [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris part 80
  • I am not above revenge, but it is necessary to take a realistic approach to it, considering the time and effort one must invest in
    the process. Probably the most common motive would be the desire to make your enemy regret his or her past conducts, which may b
    e possible if the enemy was an individual, but not if you fell prey to a collective perpetrator. There is less fear with breaking
    laws toge [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris part 79
  • I have deleted my last update which deviated from the updates of my true struggles in Paris. I wish to make up by responding to t
    he suggestion made by my loyal follower. Christopher Meade (a writer, funny and compassionate) was so indignant about the calcula
    ting Mme. Landlord, that he suggested that I should take revenge in the comment section of episode 78. Appeasing thought and I am
    only huma [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris part 78
  • The pain in my wrist lingered too long that I had to return to Japan because my other wrist began to hurt. I needed the help of m
    y family in Japan with every day chores. Thus I have been following the news of the World Cup in Japan. Let me tell you, the Jap
    anese would have preferred our national team to have progressed to the top 16 in a different manner. No need to condemn us. We k
    now that s [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris part 77
  • My injured wrist has had some rest. I’m not sure if anyone would care for my updates while the world cup 2018 is on, but I’d
    better write some before my wrist gives way again.In hindsight, I was always uneasy that Mme. Landlord constantly reminded the peo
    ple around her of her good deeds. She called herself ‘a good person yet underappreciated.’ It may be very Japanese of me, bu
    t I was brough [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris
  • The pain in my wrist has returned that I must take things easy, so I cannot update my blog this week. But I am sure the world is
    focused on the World Cup 2018 anyway. I know I am. What a world cup magic that Iceland and Mexico have held their ground agains
    t two Golliaths of the football world. にほんブログ村 [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris part 76
  • I’ve been enduring inflammation of a tendon in my wrist. It is getting better, so I resume my blog about the three evils I encountered since arriving in Paris. The Goliath-type predators stand before you like a wall, so there is a chance you can spot them and run the other way. The second evil, the hypocrite sludge, save their smile for the people in power, while ruthlessly stomp over the weak [続きを読む]
  • The true horror stories in modern Paris part 75
  • In hindsight, there have been many clues, but you do not want to admit that you have misjudged your friends. Your sense of loyalt
    y forbids you to even suspect them and those hyenas are gifted in appealing to your noble streak by throwing in noble statements h
    ere and there. However, their actions betray their words, if you allow yourself to scrutinize them.I first wondered about Mme. La
    ndlord’s [続きを読む]