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(Japan Times)   Japanese government maps out special support network for stranded commuters in event of rush-hour disaster like earthquake or monster assault. Step 1: get out of the car; a monster is likely to stomp on it   ( divider line
    More: Obvious, Richter magnitude scale, Kyodo News, Japanese government, commuters, metropolitan areas, earthquakes  
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2012-09-10 02:46:18 PM  
+1 for title subby. You made my internets today.
2012-09-10 02:49:08 PM  
Do they get to go to Nanking again?
2012-09-10 02:50:31 PM  
damn i'm in the mood for a good old toho monster movie now. i think i'll go with 'the smog monster'.
2012-09-10 02:54:07 PM  
That's really Step 2, subby. Step 1 is to never be demoted to Monster Island
2012-09-10 03:01:02 PM  
The car is always stepped on as soon as the people get out and run, so wouldn't it be safer to stay in the car?
2012-09-10 03:09:32 PM  
History shows again and again.

/made of turtle meat
//really neat
2012-09-10 03:43:12 PM  
Yeah, but step out of the car and a rogue demon or tenacle monster will get you.
2012-09-10 03:46:41 PM  

Nana's Vibrator: That's really Step 2, subby. Step 1 is to never be demoted to Monster Island

I hear "Monster Island" is a misnomer.
2012-09-10 04:32:35 PM  
It's going to be "Get off train and walk home" like it was last time, right?
2012-09-11 02:08:08 AM  
Hey, subby, not all monsters crush cars. Some gentle giants are helpful.
2012-09-11 09:39:50 AM
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