OK, people who don't understand Japanese have been asking me to explain. In the video response to this, I have a somewhat cryptic video. In my Spring Break, Morning Musume (famous Japanese pop girl group which I'm a huge fan of) came to HI for their fan club tour. Since these tours are only for the fan club members from Japan, and sold as a package from Japan, others cannot buy tickets, even locals in HI. But their big concert was at Waikiki Shell, an outdoor arena. So me and a few other fans from JPM and H!O (message boards) who knew the details literally camped out outside and watched the concert from a distance, and before the concert I tried to talk security and the Japanese staff into letting me in and I could be a translator, but no go. But after the concert the security guard took pity on us and tried to let us in for the handshaking event. But then the Japanese staff sent us back out. But then we stayed outside and waited until the girls were finished their photoshoot and waited to see them get into their buses and leave. (I left early though) But then I went online, and decided to write a letter to their radio shows. Miki (the new leader after Yossi graduated) and Sayumi. My letter got read on Miki's show. She reads "Aloha from Hawaii! I'm an American girl, and a huge fan of Morning Musume. When everyone was in Hawaii (she makes fun of my "cute" Japanese here) me and a few other fans stood outside the Shell and watched your concert. Afterwards, during the handshake event, we tried to get in, but were sent out again. But then we waited for everyone to come out afterwards, and we were very happy just to get to see you a little bit. Because there are a lot of fans in Hawaii too, next time you come to Hawaii, I want you to sell tickets to us too. I'm looking forward to the debut of the new Chinese members, and looking forward to seeing Miki as leader." And then she says "now that she says that, after the concerts the fan club is usually sent back to their hotels on the buses, but after we were done our photoshoots and went to go back, there were some fans still there and I thought 'wow, there are still fans here' and now I think that they were probably Sammi and the others. And about the fans in Hawaii, if there are really that many of you, I will say to Tsunku-san...well, if I just say it...but anyway, I'll try to see what I can do." So I had my letter read by a Morning Musume member to the Morning Musume fans. I also had my Japanese made fun of, but still, it was a great feeling.