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(Global News (Canada))   Japanese man learns to scuba dive to search for remains of his wife who died in the 2011 tsunami   (globalnews.ca) divider line 7
    More: Sappy, Japanese, tsunamis, Japan Self-Defense Forces, Aircraft maintenance technician  
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2014-03-11 03:38:30 AM  
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Captain James T. Smirk: Ugh, stories like this make me feel terrible. I really feel awful for the guy, but I can't help that my first thought upon reading it is "this guy has no chance". It makes me feel like a bad person even thinking it to myself.


sometimes it is the search, the journey, not the treasure or the destination.
2014-03-11 03:26:21 AM  
2 votes:
Ugh, stories like this make me feel terrible. I really feel awful for the guy, but I can't help that my first thought upon reading it is "this guy has no chance". It makes me feel like a bad person even thinking it to myself.
2014-03-11 07:00:18 PM  
1 votes:
He's probably eaten a good bit of his wife by now. In recycled form, of course.
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/but then haven't we all
2014-03-11 06:27:12 AM  
1 votes:
This story depresses me about how unfair life is.This guy and his wife clearly had a deep and loving bond.It should've been *my* wife who got swept out to sea.
2014-03-11 04:08:27 AM  
1 votes:
There is love, and there is love. That is love. Best wishes, young samurai.
2014-03-11 03:38:29 AM  
1 votes:
Therapy.
2014-03-11 03:29:29 AM  
1 votes:

Captain James T. Smirk: Ugh, stories like this make me feel terrible. I really feel awful for the guy, but I can't help that my first thought upon reading it is "this guy has no chance". It makes me feel like a bad person even thinking it to myself.


The thing is that he knows he has no chance, but it's what he has to do. It's an ethos burned deep in the Japanese psyche.
 
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