I was just watching the Tom Green show on MTV and as always it's a knee slapper even though it's a rerun. This time they took to the streets of Japan with Tom's usual crazy antics. What was interesting was how the Japanese people completely ignored him like he wasn't there or were scared of him. I was cracking up. In one clip Tom took the subway and it was jam-packed. He was making a lot of noise with the microphone and trying to get everyone's attention and yet they all had their backs turned away from him silently with their heads down. I was just amazed at how quiet the Japanese people were. I live in New York City and it's one noisy city and I just found it odd that even in public, Japanese people were quiet. Tom even layed down on the stairs leading to the subway and everyone just went around him or over him without anyone saying a single word. You could've sworn it was the library. Then he went to the mall with a life-size Santa Claus that dances and sings if you touch its crotch area. You know where I'm going with this. As before everyone just ignored him. I think I may have hit a new revelation as to why Japanese people are so quiet over here.