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Incredible Footage of Japan Tsunami

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  • 13 Mar, 2011  |
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№1 Author: joffenbaker (14 Mar 2011 01:00) Total user comments: 4965


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Honest to God I've never seen anything that terrible, and then with a reactor achieving critical mass to boot.
Hang Tough Japan... helps on the way.
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№2 Author: DocMcCoy (14 Mar 2011 05:45) Total user comments: 6039


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Let's hope the world joins together to help these poor people. I fear the worst is yet to come.
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№3 Author: Jinxaruny (14 Mar 2011 08:47) Total user comments: 10324


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I don't think I will ever be able to imagine just how bad this would be for those people! 11
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№4 Author: Lord Dodo (14 Mar 2011 09:42) Total user comments: 2064


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yeah after an earthquake and a tsunami everyone wants to help... 4 months later the title news are again hollywood and politics and no one really remember japan's disaster... seen before at the earthquake in Haiti 11 and I don't start with the constant problems of the ppl in africa, like hunger and no water...
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№5 Author: Naphia (14 Mar 2011 10:02) Total user comments: 1071


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The tsunami comes and nothing can stop it. I cannot imagine how it must feel to see one's home like this being destroyed. 11
I don't think this will be forgotten very soon, Lord Dodo, but I agree with you that the problems of Africa often overlooked. I hope we're not getting used to the suffering of the world and ignore it.
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№6 Author: Haro (14 Mar 2011 12:44) Total user comments: 551


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№7 Author: 2fuzzy (14 Mar 2011 13:59) Total user comments: 10400


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All that salt water on those fields will make it hard to grow things for many... many years.
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№8 Author: raymond.wendt (18 Mar 2011 20:59) Total user comments: 9115


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this is horrible. Hard to believe that water can just keep coming as if there were nothing there!
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