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(Slate)   Unexpected Japanese vessels invade US harbors. This is not a repeat from 1941   (slate.com) divider line 16
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2013-08-18 03:11:40 PM
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2013-08-18 03:45:10 PM
Don't worry, he's got our back:

t3.gstatic.com
 
2013-08-18 03:50:29 PM
To any Japanese Farkers,

How is reconstruction going?  The only thing the US media covers is the Fukushima Reactor.  And I can't read Japanese to check their news.
 
2013-08-18 04:06:58 PM

s1ugg0: To any Japanese Farkers,

How is reconstruction going?


Slowry.

/so very, very, sorry
 
2013-08-18 04:09:51 PM

s1ugg0: To any Japanese Farkers,

How is reconstruction going?  The only thing the US media covers is the Fukushima Reactor.  And I can't read Japanese to check their news.


Canuck, here.

There's a story on tv this week about a woman who found a small japanese dinghy on the beach in BC, and is trying to find its owner. According to the preview footage, it looks like they've cleaned most of the rubble - at least in the town we see her in - but not much reconstruction to speak of.
 
2013-08-18 04:24:39 PM
FTFA: "...sample the assemblage more rigorously. "

That's GOTTA be a euphamism.....
 
2013-08-18 04:24:42 PM
"Chapman didn't hesitate. Kill it, he told them. Kill it all."

What Chapman might look like:

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2013-08-18 04:34:24 PM
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Fish, and plankton. And sea greens, and protein from the sea. It's all here, ready. Fresh as harvest day. Fish and sea greens, plankton and protein from the sea.
 
2013-08-18 04:40:23 PM

s1ugg0: To any Japanese Farkers,

How is reconstruction going?  The only thing the US media covers is the Fukushima Reactor.  And I can't read Japanese to check their news.


You can use google maps street view to view recent views of the area:

Near ghost town of Namie

Good place to start
 
2013-08-18 04:49:24 PM
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2013-08-18 05:08:56 PM
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Wessels?
 
2013-08-18 05:12:13 PM
Don't worry, the coast guard will handle the really dangerous stuff!

www.abc.net.au
 
2013-08-18 05:15:41 PM

Krustofsky: Don't worry, he's got our back:

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Came for this, leaving satisfied.

Day_Old_Dutchie: [s21.postimg.org image 850x478]
Wessels?


That too~!

/Don't see a Spielberg/Star Trek cross-reference in a thread that often.
 
2013-08-19 12:07:04 AM

s1ugg0: To any Japanese Farkers,

How is reconstruction going?  The only thing the US media covers is the Fukushima Reactor.  And I can't read Japanese to check their news.


Try JapanTimes.com
I read it daily
Don't think they want much coverage of it
But they still do report stuff
It isn't pretty, it has reached a stage where the Japanese gvrnmt has to ask for help from all world leaders. But they won't out of pride

Still, this article is about something that happened about a month or so ago

/submitted a non clever link
//subbeys is bettter
 
2013-08-19 04:04:19 AM

DownDaRiver: s1ugg0: To any Japanese Farkers,

How is reconstruction going?  The only thing the US media covers is the Fukushima Reactor.  And I can't read Japanese to check their news.

Try JapanTimes.com
I read it daily
Don't think they want much coverage of it
But they still do report stuff
It isn't pretty, it has reached a stage where the Japanese gvrnmt has to ask for help from all world leaders. But they won't out of pride

Still, this article is about something that happened about a month or so ago

/submitted a non clever link
//subbeys is bettter


Try like 6 months ago.  I live just down the coast from where this thing washed up.  It's been destroyed and the bits taken away.

I spent a day down at agate beach when it was still there.  It really wasn't terribly interesting, but hey, might as well go right?

There are signs all up and down the oregon coast saying that if you find debris from Japan you should bag it up and leave it near the sign to be collected.  They are worried about a couple of invasive species.
 
2013-08-19 07:45:53 AM
Of course it's not a repeat from 1941.  It was Germans, not Japanese
 
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