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(Christian Science Monitor)   Are you having difficulty finding a place to dump your nuclear waste? Japan has a solution for you: public playgrounds   ( csmonitor.com) divider line
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2012-11-08 12:37:12 AM  
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Somebody just decided the plot and memorable scene of Kurosawa's "Ikiru" was worth extending to future Japanese.
2012-11-08 08:20:04 AM  
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2012-11-08 03:30:16 AM  
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This place is a message...and part of a system of messages...pay attention to it!

Sending this message was important to us. We considered ourselves to be a powerful culture.

This place is not a place of honor...no highly esteemed deed is commemorated here...nothing valued is here.

What is here is dangerous and repulsive to us. This message is a warning about danger.

The danger is in a particular location...it increases toward a center...the center of danger is here...of a particular size and shape, and below us.

The danger is still present, in your time, as it was in ours.

The danger is to the body, and it can kill.

The form of the danger is an emanation of energy.

The danger is unleashed only if you substantially disturb this place physically. This place is best shunned and left uninhabited.

/much like Detroit
2012-11-08 02:41:36 AM  
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They could use those areas as bukakke temples.
2012-11-08 12:04:47 AM  
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or they build an olympic stadium over them
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