Election De Ja Vu

So, how about that election huh? 😅

Anyhow, on the lighter side of things, I found this post on Twitter:

This is a spoof account of the famous 16th century Japanese warlord, Ishida Mitsunari, who commanded the “western army” (seigun 西軍) lost a decisive battle at Sekigahara to the “eastern army” (tōgun 東軍) of Tokugawa Ieyasu. Ieyasu went on to found the Tokugawa Shogunate which lasted the next 260+ years.

The text reads:

I was thinking to myself, “where have I seen this situation before?”

Ah, the Battle of Sekigahara.


Published by Doug

🎵Toss a coin to your Buddhist-Philhellenic-D&D-playing-Japanese-studying-dad-joke-telling-Trekker, O Valley of Plentyyy!🎵He/him

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