I felt that justice had been served and that the world was, in some way, a better place for all of us.
When I was eight, nine years of age, my mother bought me a pair of green trousers - corduroy green trousers. I didn't like green, and I basically buried them underground. And my mother kept asking me, 'Where are your trousers?' I said, 'Oh, I don't know.' And from then on I stopped wearing green.
We are a country of artisans and a country of manufacturing. I think Japanese textile technology is the best in the world.
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