Todd:OK, so we're here. Do you want to go ahead and introduce yourself to the listener?
Roe:OK, my name is Hiroe Hashi. I've lived in America for about seven and a half years. I lived in Italy for two years.
Todd:Wow! You lived in Italy too.
Roe:Right, right. So all together I've lived in a foreign country for nine and a half years.
Todd:Wow! That's amazing. So did you live in America before you lived in Italy?
Roe:I was in Italy when I was 9 years old, no actually 7 years old to 9 years old.
Todd:Did you learn Italian?
Roe:A little bit. Basicallyslangs.
Todd:Wow, so then how old were you when you moved to America?
Roe:Yeah, I was 17. I was on a exchange program for when I went to Idaho.
Todd:Wow, what did you think when you first got to America?
Roe:OK. I bought new clothing cause my image was like L.A., New York, but it was Idaho, but I didn't know what toexpect, and I got off from the airplane and I said to myself, "Oh, my god!". There was nothing there.
Todd:Yeah, so was it flat. Was it flat.
Roe:It was flat. I saw, There was...I remember the su经常出现突然性的摔倒，意识不清楚，全身抽搐的症状，这是癫痫的症状吗？n going down cause it was nothing, really nothing: a flat space, 360 degrees, an airport, cowboys.
Roe:Potatoes. Real Cowboys. Spuds.
Todd:So Idaho is cowboys and potatoes.
Roe:Exactly. That's all. About.
Todd:Do you still like potatoes?
Roe:I stopped eating spuds since I came back cause I ate it everyday. You go to 31 Ice-cream shop and there they have spuds ice-cream.
Todd:Wow. So spud means potato.
Roe:Yeah, spud, it's like Idaho English.
Todd:Wow. And how about cowboys. Did you become a real cowboy?
Roe:I started to grow my hair, cause if you had short hair, people used to call you like a new-waver, like faggots. It was kind of a little disaster for somebody different to live.
Todd:Yeah, for sure, that would be reallyharsh. So tell me about your family.
Roe:My family! I have two brothers and a sister, and my fatherpassed awaythree years ago and my mom is working.
Todd:OK, Do youmissidaho?
Roe:Friends. I've made some best friends in Idaho actually.
Roe:Yeah, actually, I've lived in L.A., Washington State, but Idaho.
Todd:When is the last time you were in Idaho?
Roe:When I, that's 怎么治好小儿癫痫病when I finished my program, so a long time ago. 10, wow, 12, 13 years ago.
Todd:Wow, that is a long time. OK, and where do you live now?
Roe:I live in Yokohama.
Todd: OK, Steven, what do you want to talk about?
Todd: Hiking! Are you a big mountain man?
Steven: Yeah, yeah, I really love getting out into the mountains.
Todd: What mountains have you climbed?
Steven: Well, recently, I climbed Mt. Fuji.
Todd: Wow, how long did it take you to get to the top?
Steven: Well, I actually climbed Mt. Fuji on four different occasions.
Todd: Wow, really!
Steven: Yeah, so it was different times each trek.
Todd: OK, did you go in summer or in spring?
Steven: No, actually, the first time I went in, to climb Fuji was in the winter.
Todd: Wow, man that must have been cold.
Steven: Yeah, well, it wasn't too bad. We had warm clothes and, you know, we were constantly walking, so our body temperature was quite high.
Todd: Didn't you slip on the ice? Wasn't the ice really slippery?
Steven: Well, we had crampons and ice axes with us.
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Steven: Yeah, they're like spikes that go on your feet, yeah, basically ice shoes, yeah, so you can actually walk on the ice with these shoes without slipping, no problem.
Todd: Really! What was it like on the top?
Steven: Well, on that particular occasion we didn't get to the top because it was too late in the day. We would have arrived at the top just as the just was setting and it would have been very dangerous I think coming back down, so.
Todd: Because it would have been dark?
Steven: Yeah, yeah.
Todd: OK. Wow, well, really impressive.
Steven: Yeah, I really loved it.
Nicola: I'm gonna laugh!
Todd: OK. Hello!
Todd: Hi. What is your name?
Nicola: My name's Nicola.
Todd: OK, Nicola. Where are you from?
Nicola: I'm from Australia.
Todd: Australia! Great! And where are you from in Australia?
Nicola: I'm from a state called Queensland.
Todd: OK. What is Queensland like?
Nicola: It's pretty hot. There's a lot of beaches and a lot of rainforests.
Todd: Oh, rainforests, really!
Todd: Do you go in the rainforest often?
Nicola: Occasion什么医院看儿童癫痫病好ally my friends and I go hiking there, but not that often.
Todd: OK. Are there really big snakes?
Nicola: Ahhhh..I haven't seen any yet.
Todd: OK, that's good. That's good. How do you feel about Australia?
Nicola: It's a beautiful place to live. I like travelling, so I like seeing other countries. But when I go home I am always happy to be there.
Todd: OK. Yeah, that's nice. I kind of feel the same way about America.
Todd: How would you compare Australia and Japan?
Nicola: They are very different. Japanese people are quite busy, Australians are pretty laid back.
Todd: OK. OK. I see we're just about out of time so anyway thanks.
Nicola: OK. Thank you.