Shizuoka Tea Radiation Information


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Re: Shizuoka Tea Radiation Information

Postby phuc061290 » Oct 5th, '11, 15:33

Thanks for the reply! Interesting... Perhaps I will revisit after some sleep then... ;)
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Re: Shizuoka Tea Radiation Information

Postby JBaymore » Oct 6th, '11, 12:09

FYI....... just came back from spending some time in Shizuoka Prefecture.

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Re: Shizuoka Tea Radiation Information

Postby Kevangogh » Oct 6th, '11, 23:15

You mean you survived?! :lol:
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Re: Shizuoka Tea Radiation Information

Postby a.serrao » Oct 7th, '11, 06:44

Kevangogh wrote:You mean you survived?! :lol:


I would not laugh, in memory of those three TEPCO workers dead. One recently.
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Re: Shizuoka Tea Radiation Information

Postby Chip » Oct 7th, '11, 12:00

a.serrao wrote:
Kevangogh wrote:You mean you survived?! :lol:


I would not laugh, in memory of those three TEPCO workers dead. One recently.
:shock:

Considering Kevin has personally lived through the ordeal and survived (despite great loss that continues even today), I would say he has earned the right to laugh ...
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Re: Shizuoka Tea Radiation Information

Postby JBaymore » Oct 7th, '11, 13:24

Chip wrote:
a.serrao wrote:
Kevangogh wrote:You mean you survived?! :lol:


I would not laugh, in memory of those three TEPCO workers dead. One recently.
:shock:

Considering Kevin has personally lived through the ordeal and survived (despite great loss that continues even today), I would say he has earned the right to laugh ...


I would add that if anyone (not living in Japan) feels a strong need to pontificate about Japan and the situation there, that he/she should buy an airline ticket and head to Japan so that he/she can see exactly what IS actually going on in Japan first hand. Spend time with the Japanese people...talk with them. Look at the West from the East for a bit. Maybe even learn a tad of the language.... start to understand the core difference between the typical Western statement "Good Luck" and the the Japanese "Ganbatte" or "Ganbarou".

Put the proverbial money where the mouth is. Telling the Japanese people what they should be doing from afar is arrogant, at the least.

Having just been there in May and June and again now in September, ........ it is very different from the impressions that the Western media are giving. Some things are worse... some things are better.

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Re: Shizuoka Tea Radiation Information

Postby Kevangogh » Oct 7th, '11, 14:42

Actually, I was in Fukushima just last weekend. I even breathed air there! :lol:
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Re: Shizuoka Tea Radiation Information

Postby a.serrao » Oct 7th, '11, 20:35

JBaymore wrote:Telling the Japanese people what they should be doing from afar is arrogant, at the least.


Firs of, Kevin is not native Japanese.
Second: I'm not telling anyone nothing. I (I mean *I*) would not laught about radiation. That's it. To me arrogant is who don't comprehend the gravity of the situation. To me (*TO ME*) of course.
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Re: Shizuoka Tea Radiation Information

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Re: Shizuoka Tea Radiation Information

Postby Chip » Oct 7th, '11, 22:44

... jeez, one radiation topic is enough ... this one is also locked along with the other one I locked.

Please visit the stickied radiation topic. I am looking for someone to post current radiation levels, etc.

http://www.teachat.com/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=16144&start=30
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