“When I think about it now, I am outraged,” Principal Hidenori Arakawa said. “Our lives were put at risk.”
You know what i find outrageous....how utterly clueless and downright stupid people are. You're 10 km away from a nuclear disaster and it doesn't occur to you to evacuate. Instead you wait for the even more useless and pathetic bureaucrats to get their act together and "request" that you leave. Even now with all the news of leaked radioactive waste people are still too close to the danger zone.
The best thing Japan could do is give up its' sovereignty and allow another country to run things. God knows the Japanese can't.
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Now if these guys stole some bicycles this wouldn't have happened.
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Hong Kong, Singapore, Vancouver, Osaka, and San Francisco
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Sounds like a great idea but needs work with the menu.
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In all seriousness, is there anything safe to eat in Japan? Does anyone know the rules and regulations when it comes to food labeling? I've heard you can have food stuffs come from an affected area, be shipped to another prefecture, processed and packaged, then shipped anywhere else and the package will state it came from the new prefecture. Does anyone know if this is true or not?
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