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Thingfish 03-11-2011 13:05

look ... at ... the ... images

JoMo 03-11-2011 13:05

I think the towns and **** that were completely washed away may have problems getting back to normal so soon.

LGBR 03-11-2011 13:06

man you guys are right, how could i ever compete with you

roll i's

my ex just told me they got to tokyo a few hours ago via bus and the first thing people told them when they got to shibuya was that tokyo tower is bent

l-spiro go investigate

ReCurve 03-11-2011 13:06

Now they are talking about the 88,000 number again. They are saying it's a real number coming out of the Kyoto News Service.

groundzero 03-11-2011 13:06

yes the towns that are wiped away will be normal in a couple days - you heard it here first :lol:

Flunky 03-11-2011 13:09

Quote:

Originally Posted by LGBR (Post 16266301)
man you guys are right, how could i ever compete with you

roll i's

my ex just told me they got to tokyo a few hours ago via bus and the first thing people told them when they got to shibuya was that tokyo tower is bent

l-spiro go investigate

I hear you can pay for the cleanup using your credit card points.

Phyzx 03-11-2011 13:10

Quote:

Originally Posted by LGBR (Post 16266273)
unreal pics, pretty cool, even more cool to think that even with that, these people were prepared for something like this happening and will be back to normal within days.

dumbest post ever.

LGBR 03-11-2011 13:12

alright guys fine you win

if you really want to be ignorant sheep and constantly believe whatever the nice ladies on TV tell you, by all means, go for it.

i will once again stop bringing you the words of the people there and continue to update only those who actually care about whats going on.

jsut 03-11-2011 13:17

Quote:

Originally Posted by ReCurve (Post 16266302)
Now they are talking about the 88,000 number again. They are saying it's a real number coming out of the Kyoto News Service.

it is coming from there according to a friend of mine thats in japan.

Special---K 03-11-2011 13:17

jesus christ bunny, get over yourself
nobody is getting their news from you

groundzero 03-11-2011 13:18

http://graphics8.nytimes.com/images/...TF7K-jumbo.jpg

np guys we will be back up and normal in 2 or 3 days. cyas.

Goshin 03-11-2011 13:19

tokyo tower, get bent!
EL O EL!

glad the plants are safe, but a phase 3 reactor doesnt really leak anyway. Concrete domes and what.

im interested in hearing more about a) the size of wave in Japan and how far it went in, b) what towns got 'washed away' c) death tolls d) fire spread in japan

LGBR 03-11-2011 13:19

man 1 town flooded the entire 130 million people in the country are going to be ****ed forever

edit: less than 2000 people died when katrina completely buried New Orleans

how long did it take before they were completely rebuilt? less than a year?

and thats with lazy ******s and retarded louisiana natives living there.

JoMo 03-11-2011 13:22

Kyodo News

Didn't sign up but some of their headlines:

*Death toll from powerful Japan quake likely to top 1,000

*URGENT: Radiation level rising in Fukushima nuclear plant turbine building

*URGENT: 1,800 homes destroyed in Minamisoma, Fukushima Pref.

Fool 03-11-2011 13:23

CNN reported that there are no reports of Americans injured or dead. I find that shocking.

DrJonez 03-11-2011 13:23

Guys LGBR lived there before he went all crazy or emo or whatever and came back. He totally knows exactly what's going on there because he lived there. Ok? Geez.

LGBR 03-11-2011 13:24

and people still think im less annoying than you

Special---K 03-11-2011 13:24

Americans are taller so they have more shock absorbtion

Musashi 03-11-2011 13:26

Quote:

Originally Posted by Special---K (Post 16266347)
Americans are taller so they have more shock absorbtion

No, the majority of Americans in japan are weeaboo anime ******s. They have natural cushioning.

Flyersfan 03-11-2011 13:27

Guys I live in japan please listen to me

Witch 03-11-2011 13:36

Sigh. Obviously it won't be the same for the small towns and what, one city, that got obliterated. Point is, Japans infrastructure has not collapsed, and everything will be back to somewhat normal within weeks if not days unless further aftershocks cause unforeseen damage. Yes, it will be difficult over there. But it will not be another Haiti.

What I hate most about forum discussions is when people only talk about absolutes. World ain't black and white.

Goshin 03-11-2011 13:36

also they can survive raising water for longer

height ++

Gow 03-11-2011 13:42

Quote:

Originally Posted by LGBR (Post 16266332)
man 1 town flooded the entire 130 million people in the country are going to be ****ed forever

edit: less than 2000 people died when katrina completely buried New Orleans

how long did it take before they were completely rebuilt? less than a year?

and thats with lazy ******s and retarded louisiana natives living there.


As of last year there were around 40,000 residences in NO that were still abandoned/uninhabitable. **** still ain't back to what it was six years after the fact.

Goshin 03-11-2011 13:44

they got paid $$$$ and left to other cities

and then spiked crime there instead

:bigthumb:

Rockstar Psy 03-11-2011 13:46

Quote:

Originally Posted by Gow (Post 16266389)
As of last year there were around 40,000 residences in NO that were still abandoned/uninhabitable. **** still ain't back to what it was six years after the fact.

The Japs arent stupid ******s who are still under Apes in species.

DMAUL 03-11-2011 13:47

They were uninhabitable before katrina

HumDumpin 03-11-2011 13:48

Quote:

Originally Posted by Zombie (Post 16266227)
Just read that the USAF delivered some coolant to one of the plants.
U.S. delivers coolant to Japan nuclear plant: Clinton - Yahoo! News

Does anyone know what they're using as the contact coolant?

Milk-Man 03-11-2011 13:50

2012

 DUN DUN DUN 

Flyersfan 03-11-2011 13:51

Probably ecto cooler

Waidan 03-11-2011 13:52

So I wake up to this news today. This afternoon, our Japanese-owned company and perhaps 30 guests (all from Japan) are set to celebrate our anniversary with a harbor cruise. This is going to be fantastic.

Goshin 03-11-2011 13:52

sea water

samUwell 03-11-2011 13:55

USGS just raised it to a 9.0

Flyersfan 03-11-2011 13:59

Usgs is run by liberals though

TheAnk 03-11-2011 14:00

.

HumDumpin 03-11-2011 14:01

Quote:

Originally Posted by Flyersfan (Post 16266444)
Usgs is run by liberals though

They produce fake earthquake data to get more funding.

samUwell 03-11-2011 14:01

Quote:

Originally Posted by Flyersfan (Post 16266444)
Usgs is run by liberals though

so the previous claim of 8.9 was from conservatives then the liberals come in with a 9.0 for more US funding...

*edit- beaten, **** you C man. :lol:

Goshin 03-11-2011 14:02

i've heard about that before

changing earthquake data to get more funding so they can measure more earthquakes since these things are on the rise and a linch pin the coming apocalypse

groundzero 03-11-2011 14:04

Quote:

Originally Posted by Witch (Post 16266371)
Sigh. Obviously it won't be the same for the small towns and what, one city, that got obliterated. Point is, Japans infrastructure has not collapsed, and everything will be back to somewhat normal within weeks if not days unless further aftershocks cause unforeseen damage. Yes, it will be difficult over there. But it will not be another Haiti.

What I hate most about forum discussions is when people only talk about absolutes. World ain't black and white.




reading comprehension would serve you well.

the point people were making was that it won't be back to normal in a few days for the towns that were hit. i'm not sure anyone said that the entire country is doomed.

HumDumpin 03-11-2011 14:05

And the sheep are none the wiser!!

LOL LGBR is butthurt that I neg repped him for broadcasting his stupidity.

Prepare for 8.9 magnitude anus quake.

Milk-Man 03-11-2011 14:08

Does anyone else love it when natural disasters strike? The bigger the better. It's not the death I like, it's just the whole vibe I get from them. Hard to explain.


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