Ah thee film entitled “Rising Sun” was truly a fetching affair. Domo Arigatou Connery-Kun, you’ve truly out done yourself, considering the gargantuan bar you set dressed incognito as a Japanese man in that documentary-like Bond film.
I regally enjoyed the clever trickery employed by our friend Eddie Sakamura when it seemed that he had indeed killed the lady of the night by a strangle-hump, bravo. Little did we know that the super advanced techniques used by the hyper mysterioso Nihon Business cadre sizzled the evidence using Nasa like editing in a lab that produced jumping robot legs… I must say that I was puzzled when “Woody” challenged Snipes to a B-Ball 3 on 3 mid film so as to not lose face to the Yakuza like under- lords. Oh let us not fail to mention Eddie Sakamura’s fantastic nipple-Sake bomb, that was truly cinematic bombast and intriguing indeed. Good thing this classic film ended with a unseen Connery-San egging Snipes on to fondle his 60 year younger lady friend. You could say this film really suckled the sake drenched teet of success, well done!
Ahh Domo Arogatou Gozaimasu
In August 2006, Perelman was awarded the Fields Medal for “his contributions to geometry and his revolutionary insights into the analytical and geometric structure of the Ricci flow.” Perelman declined to accept the award or to appear at the congress, stating: “I’m not interested in money or fame, I don’t want to be on display like an animal in a zoo.”
The other day I had a professor tell me this story while relating mathematics as a game. This professor constantly says any connection between reality and math is purely coincidence, as math was created from nothing as a language to describe observations, and that people become obsessed with this “game.” Obsessed to the point where he has seen people not able to sleep or eat while trying to figure things out; there is a lot of problems that we currently can’t figure out.
Grigori Perelman, so obsessed with math, that he lives in a tiny apartment with his mother, declined an award most mathematicians would be honored to accept (and the money that accompanies it).
"Everybody understood that if the proof is correct, then no other recognition is needed.I’m not interested in money or fame,” he is quoted to have said at the time. “I don’t want to be on display like an animal in a zoo. I’m not a hero of mathematics. I’m not even that successful; that is why I don’t want to have everybody looking at me.”