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Everybody but Japan seem to be panicking about the earthquake. I was watching the news and the anchorman asked, “So how are the Japanese people and government taking it? Has there been any panic or chaos?” two which the reporter answered, “.....No. Not really” :XD:

12th March 2011

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Igirisu

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1 month ago #9390775        
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I was living in Japan at the time of this earthquake, though not in the Touhokku area that was hit hardest by it. The worst I had to deal with was a broken mug, no trains to get me to/from work (so I had to walk or get a lift from staff) and there wasn't much food in the convenience stores.
The biggest concern was the radiation from Fukushima. I'm sure it's still a problem but no-one talks about it.



2 months ago #9383783        
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Notice how America very carefully avoids taking readings of radioactivity in commercially sold fish from the Pacific.
Only individuals with geiger counters on the Pacific coast of the USA 7 Canada do this, and you have to look for their results posted on unadvertised websites on the internet. I only eat fish now from the North Atlantic.



3 months ago #9361758        
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Yep. The hype about Japan's tsunami was all over the news and was rampant for... about... less than a month here in America XD



6 months ago #9329506        
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Japan is so cool and cute at the same time:)



6 months ago #9329378        
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At first, thought Japan said that America and Europe should give up their islands



6 months ago #9329299        
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Okay, I can appreciate that Japan wanted to put on a brave face AND that they are generally more prepared for earthquakes than anywhere else in the world, but...

THAT WAS A MONSTER SIZED QUAKE! 9.0! Fifth largest ever recorded ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD! AND THE TSUNAMI WAS HUGE! More than $300 BILLION IN DAMAGES! Almost 16,000 LIVES LOST!

It's okay to accept a little help when that happens... we know you're good for it.



Mecharic

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6 months ago #9328175        
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Japan was more prepared for it's quake than the US will be for our next "big one" on the west coast.



8 months ago #9306162        
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I don't want to pop the bubble but Japan was in terrible shape then. The press freedom of Japan has dropped severely since then as the Fukushima nuclear power plant remains a taboo.

Being technically advanced or one of the richest nations can only help a little in front of the mighty of nature. Taiwan gets lots of earthquakes as well, we know that.



6ArTrA6

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8 months ago #9301335        
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Japan in prepared. This isn't the first earthquake/tsunami he has experienced.



KOakaKO

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9 months ago #9279835        
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@SupaJupa, Wow... dude, calm down. Japan is doing all they can to clean it up, the U.S. is helping them as much as they can, and many other countries around the world are helping as well. Do you really think shouting about it will help solve the problems?



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