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    My thoughts are with Japan.

    This is so terrible, there are really no words for it. My thoughts are with them.

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    It is a tragedy, Prayers sent

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    Yep, my thoughts are with Japan.
    I was born in Christchurch, New Zealand which went through its own earthquake diasaster a couple of weeks ago killing 200 + and doing 15 Billion in damage
    Todays earthquake and tsunami makes Christchurch look tame

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    Tsunami headed for Hawaii and the west coast of the US. Head for the hills folks
    No moss...

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    Or just live near the Atlantic.

    It is truly tragic what has happened to Japan. Hopefully the outcome is not as grim as we think and that we send the proper types of help for the proper reasons.
    I am not worn out, I am just taking my bike for a walk!

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    I truly, truly do hope this doesn't turn out as badly as it sounds like it could
    I'm enjoying my childhood way too much to ever give it up.

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    im watching the news right now.. sending prayers to families on our West Coast and across the pacific!
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    Many thoughts and prayers of compassion and healing for this shattered country and the grieving and suffering people there.

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    It's really sad, those guys and girls inside some of those power plants that are in trouble, are in there right now sacrificing their lives in order to save other people. Some have already died. Those people are true heros.

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    I just heard on the news that the plant that is in the most trouble was going to be shut down and retired in two weeks, because of it's age. Two friggin weeks away!

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