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I read two excellent texts which give detailed information specific to the heimin of the Hojo kokka in the 1550s:
John Whitney Hall, Nagahara Keiji, Kozo Yamamura. Japan Before Tokugawa: Political Consolidation and Economic Growth, 1500 to 1650. Princeton University Press: Princeton, 1981.
George Sansom. A History of Japan 1334-1615. Standford University Press: Stanford, 1961.
A: "Our mutual acquaintance is so ignorant."
B: "How ignorant is he?"
A: "He is so ignorant that in his physics examination he thought the spin magnetic quantum number referred to the actual rotation of an electron about a central axis, rather than a quantum mechanical principle with no classical analogue."
Someday, I will learn dynamic content.
...back to work...
"Come down now," they'll say.
But everything looks perfect from far away
"Come down now," but we'll stay.
I don't care what consequence it brings
I have been a fool for lesser things
I want you so bad
I think you ought to know that
I intend to hold you for the longest time