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An official of Tokyo Electric Power Co. TEPCO will raise seafood at its stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in a bid to ease concerns about its plan to release treated radioactive water stored there into the ocean.

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Raising and consuming are completely different. Consume and eat, TEPCO...

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Raise seafood? What on earth are they talking about?

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I hope the fish they raise will be available forr consumption only at TEPCO headquarters.

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Incredibly stupid.

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More Blinky! - Hasn’t at least 1 TEPCO official, at least once, seen the opening of any The Simpsons episode? It’s been on for more that 30 years:

http://thescuttlefish.com/tag/three-eyed-fish/ -
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Í expect a glowing report in the near future.

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They can raise anything they want as long as they are the ones that are consuming it!

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"An official of Tokyo Electric Power Co. TEPCO will raise seafood at its stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in a bid to ease concerns about its plan to release treated radioactive water stored there into the ocean."

How stupid are these people... I mean, really. Notice the lack of question mark -- it's meant to be rhetorical. Once again, you're getting the "We'll make people eat it to PROVE it's safe!" as though that will somehow allay any concerns. How about strapping explosives to them while they eat said seafood and pointing out that just being NEAR explosives doesn't necessarily make them dangerous, and to prove that explosives get a bad rap. The natural progression to this, of course, is that when no one volunteers to eat this garbage BECAUSE they are concerned, they'll quietly sell it on the cheap to school lunch companies, then dump the water anyway. When other countries then ban Japanese seafood products, they'll cry and demand everyone go to the international courts, you know, to PROVE the products are worth them importing!

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By logic it is very safe, because statistically and proven most people on this planet will die without having eaten that fish that they raise there. So you’d better eat it. lol

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How stupid are these people... 

smith, when Abe visited the plant back when he was PM they got him a name tag with the wrong Kanji for his name. That's how stupid these people are. One quick check from wikipedia from their phones and they could have had the right kanji. But no. Too lazy, incompetent, and stupid to do it. AND they are in charge of the nukes in Japan. Insane.

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