Ladies and Gentlemen, meet "Tse Tse," the delightful young woman sitting near me tonight at the Terrace Restaurant in Tokyo. I just arrived in Tokyo after a day-long flight, so, understandably, I was a bit tired and decided to grab an early dinner near my hotel. Apparently, "Tse Tse" was a bit tired, too. She was sleeping soundly at the next table like a Japanese version of Sleeping Beauty. Sleeping in public is perfectly normal in Japan -- people here grab quick cat naps all the time -- but "Tse Tse" took it to a new extreme. She slept through an entire meal. By the time I finished eating, I knew I had to come to her rescue. When the waitress asked whether I'd like anything else, I said, "No thanks ... but you might want to bring the woman at the next table a cup of coffee before Rigor Mortis sets in ...!"