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Was Japan's earthquake and tsunami experience a resolve to population explosion issue?
There is no such 'issue,' so it is a moot (and inappropriate) question.
So, what exactly are you trying to say here, Don? How are the two connected, in your opinion?
You appear to carry the WW2 Anti-Japanese sentiment that some in the Philippines have never let go of - even though that was another time and generation.
However hard or sad that chip on your shoulder is to carry throughout your life, it is no justification for the cloaked arrogance of your post at a time when the Japanese people and others from all over the world have been seriously affected by natural disasters!
And you claim to be an entity that teaches young minds - Amazing!
what? so now earthquakes & tsunamis have intent? Can't believe people believe such superstitious nonsense
Japan's earthquake has nothing to do with population explosion. it is a natural calamity.
Besides being in poor taste, Japan already had a shrinking population so it is one of the few countries who would not need a natural disaster to curb population growth.
That's a pretty shockingly sick thing to say. It was a terrible tragedy not "caused" by anything Japan did.
My two cents on this tasteless topic
Shit happens, always has, always will.
Bad things happen to good people, they also happen to bad people, period.
Life ain't fair, sometimes its in your favor, sometimes not. There is no 'cure' for this, this is the nature of existence. Life is hard and always will be, life ends and it always will end. No amount of trying to 'cure' nature will ever work, cause nature ain't broke!
It is sad what happened to the people of Japan, it is sad when bad things happen to decent people and many Japanese are decent folks. It also sucks that we wont all live for ever, GET OVER IT.
Life is short, stop wasting yours trying to divine some sort of cure that will mean people don't have bad things ever happen again, not possible. Death is inevitable and is always a 'bad thing' for loved ones left behind.
by malonge7 years ago
The devastation in Japan is heartbreaking and scary.
by AnnCee7 years ago
What an admirable people the Japanese are. Their quiet, patient demeanor as they wait in blocks long lines to get the few groceries that are available really makes me weep. My heart just goes out to those...
by ptosis7 years ago
Are you frustrated with the mis-reporting of real time event of Japan's Earthquake & Tsunami?First it was a 4.5 then later reported as 8.9, the Tsunami in Sensei Japan was first reported @ 23' then later 33 feet...
by American View6 years ago
It's Bush, It's Japan's earthquake,It's the Tea Party,It's Repubs, fault. Is any of it Obama's fault
by Karen Wilton7 years ago
Live footage has shown tsunami up to 10 metres hitting the shore of Japan. Earthquake 8.4 100 kms off the coast. This is huge.
by Wendy Iturrizaga8 years ago
HubMob weekly topic : Earthquakes and other natural disasters
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