"Some People Just Don't Belong"- Caddyshack
That ain't the way that I remember it being done.
Welcome to California!
I went hiking up in the Mendocino National Forest once. It's in Northern California between the central valley and the coast. Anyway, I got far enough up where I could see east over the little ridges of the hill country that separates the mountains from the valley and all I could see in the central valley was the light reflecting off all the enormous rice fields. I had no idea there were so many there! (Although all those big rice silos off I-5 probably should have been a clue!)
This is Japan. I didn't mention that because I thought you could tell by everyone being Japanese and the equipment being so small. Americans don't mess around with dinky equipment like this.
Japan doesn't allow rice imports, as far as I know. That means the Japanese only compete with each other, not Americans.The story in Japan is that American rice is no good. Japanese visiting America are always surprised by how good American rice is.
Japan protects its rice farmers by placing prohibitive tariffs on imported rice. They have long prided themselves on being self-sufficient when it comes to their dietary staple. Do they actually import rice and then stick it in warehouses in Tokyo? Stories vary.
I remember when John Rice was a umpire crew chief every weekend at Yankee Stadium.We used to chant "What comes out of a Chinaman's ass!"We would get arrested for a hate crime today!
Yeah I figured this in the video wasn’t USA rice by the size of the equipment. I once had a Central Valley case involving a tomato harvester injury. I went out to see the harvester and the thing was literally the size of a house.
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