Skip to comments.Editorial: Japan quake brings us together
Posted on 03/11/2011 1:24:34 PM PST by Mark Landsbaum
As the toll of dead and missing continued to mount following Japan's shattering earthquake and tsunami, people and organizations in Orange County already were mobilizing and coming together in expressions of aid and compassion.
The horror of massive tsunami waves literally washing away scores of people, cars, buildings and, perhaps, even one of Japan's iconic bullet trains quickly turned to concern stateside Friday as residents of Hawaii and along the West Coast braced watchfully for the arrival of huge waves on U.S. shorelines.
We're thankful that . . .
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never waste a crisis.
Oh please. We can be closer to Japan when they outlaw possession of kiddie porn and child prostitution.
The Japanese are overwhelming good people and deserve our prayers and, where possible, our assistance.
Non smarmy remarks on the shortcomings of their society.
Have I attacked you in some way?
All I am saying is that the Pedo Era of Japan needs to go the way of the Eddo Era
It is a subduction fault after all.
Judging by the number of deleted posts in the main Japan earthquake thread, it hasn’t been very successful “togetherness”.
I brought up some YOUTUBE videos on the tsunami alerts in Hawaii earlier today.
1. Long lines at the gas stations
2. Attendant says they would run out of gas
3. Gas 4.25 gal
Amateur random videos pick up tidbits of what the media does not report.
Just ignore Vigilanteman’s remark, GeronL: it is void of both civility and reason. That’s how people who can’t think behave.