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Japan: Six Month After Destructions (16 pics)

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  • 9 Sep, 2011  |
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№1 Author: GhostChronos (9 Sep 2011 03:03) Total user comments: 2100


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That's really sad what happened there, but I feel more bad about Haiti 02
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№2 Author: Hypertension (9 Sep 2011 03:25) Total user comments: 1184


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When the Bible said God's chosen nation, i thought it should be Japanese not Jews.
They're the toughest nation in the world.
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№3 Author: raymond.wendt (9 Sep 2011 03:39) Total user comments: 9115


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they may not go very fast, but they will do it, and it will be done right the first time!
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№4 Author: DocMcCoy (9 Sep 2011 04:17) Total user comments: 6039


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It's a lot faster than the World Trade Center.
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№5 Author: mahedi (9 Sep 2011 05:24) Total user comments: 10772


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But not faster then the US nuclear attack on Japan lol
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№6 Author: noxusrules (9 Sep 2011 06:20) Total user comments: 1052


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Well 6 months it's a lot of time and in Japan there is a lot of people...
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№7 Author: nadheer77 (9 Sep 2011 06:38) Total user comments: 236


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№8 Author: Louie (9 Sep 2011 06:39) Total user comments: 8189


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№9 Author: ddubia (9 Sep 2011 06:44) Total user comments: 299


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Since the whole place was covered in debris, after the clean up I wonder, where did they put all the trash? Everything doesn't burn. I wonder if they took it out to sea.
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№10 Author: adzhoe (9 Sep 2011 07:17) Total user comments: 14959


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Let's hope they didn't ddubia. There is a lot to be recycled, but they can't recycle everything. Six months is a very short span of time considering the immensity of that disaster.
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№11 Author: HisGoddess4ever (9 Sep 2011 07:52) Total user comments: 268


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Only 6 months??? Cool.....It would stay forever like that in my country -.-
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№12 Author: thesoulshaker (9 Sep 2011 11:31) Total user comments: 1384


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№13 Author: Digityman (9 Sep 2011 14:45) Total user comments: 12


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If that was the USA it would still be like that and the politicians would have lined their pockets saying there wasn't enough money to do anything. The mexican and black communities would be on welfare.
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№14 Author: Gyselinck (9 Sep 2011 14:58) Total user comments: 3133


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The sad things, it could happen again at any time !! 13

Really good luke !
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№15 Author: khannibal (9 Sep 2011 16:24) Total user comments: 4711


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№16 Author: Slugsie (9 Sep 2011 16:44) Total user comments: 1519


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I'm wondering how they dealt with all the large ships that were aground a long way in land. By the looks of it many of them have been moved. But how?
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№17 Author: Lu (9 Sep 2011 17:57) Total user comments: 15082


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Well done. Those happy jappies know how to move.
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№18 Author: Sinanta (9 Sep 2011 22:52) Total user comments: 51


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№19 Author: AlienShooter (10 Sep 2011 02:13) Total user comments: 1199


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amazing. and yet WE still can't fix New Orleans... what a shame.
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№20 Author: plaidpancake (10 Sep 2011 23:06) Total user comments: 2475


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how sad
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№21 Author: salsapopo (11 Sep 2011 13:55) Total user comments: 12723


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brave people
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№22 Author: jai9313 (12 Sep 2011 13:22) Total user comments: 894


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god give them the hard working poeple 04
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№23 Author: longci (13 Sep 2011 13:34) Total user comments: 144


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The debris must have been exported to China.
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