Japan: Three Months Ago And This Week [Pic]

Submitted by: RockGirl 5 years ago in

Way to go, Japan. For all the crap we give you, we guys seriously kick ass.
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Female 117
lol Snarkyy! snarky you are.
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Male 123
I`m still waiting for a Nissan Titan to wash up here in California.
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Female 412
Don`t be fooled, people. The debris may largely have been cleared away, but new houses have not been built yet. There`s still thousands of people living in shelters and there`s still a shortage of just about everything from food to electricity. But they`re making good progress and the entire coutry is working together as one. :)
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Female 3
Subushie what would you do to his fat ass? Squeeze it...I think you should be the one regretting your comment.
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Male 6,694
Wow. They dont play.
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Male 1,646
Um, fu.ck you razordragon. New Orleans has recovered, and we`re better then ever. I don`t get pissy about stupid comments frequently; but if I had your fat ass in my hands right now. you would regret that comment.
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Male 336
Japan is generally good about disasters because they work hard and focus on making the future better. Place like New Orleans and Haiti are still poo because the people there are focused on the short term and don`t want to work to make their lives better.
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Male 3,631
Wow Japan. I love you.
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Male 2,424
damn japan, why you so awesome
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Male 144
"Haha...totally true. Unless it`s about a Japanese baseball player on a US team ^.^"

I loled at the truth of this statement.
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Female 26
"Believe it or not people in Japan don`t really follow what goes in in America all that much."

Haha...totally true. Unless it`s about a Japanese baseball player on a US team ^.^
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Male 325
I cant count for the reality of these photos but.. I know when i lived in Okinawa when i was in the military.. We drove down to Naha From Kadena they where setting out cones for about 2 or so miles of road.. They had some of it tore up... This was about 9 or so pm .. We drove down the road they had tore up around 3 am and it was completely redone and painted no cones to be seen.. They rock the socks at that poo!
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Male 4,902
Bushido!
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Male 3,745
i wanna go there when i join the peace corps but im afraid of the radiation :(
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Male 6
All of the stuff they`ve shown from this tragedy makes New Orleans look bad.
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Male 802
"Way to go, Japan. For all the crap we give you, we guys seriously kick ass."

Don`t worry whatever crap you are giving us we are completely clueless to it. Believe it or not people in Japan don`t really follow what goes in in America all that much.
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Male 2,841
Radiation makes workers more efficient apparently.
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Female 673
"For all the crap we give you, we guys seriously kick ass."

...What?
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Male 490
Uh, yeah. Japan was more than prepared for this all.
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Female 3,562
I believe it, Japan has had PLENTY of experience dealing with disasters regularly. It`s amazing how well they always pull through.
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Male 41
"They are an industrious people."
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Male 1,081
@SlothOfDoom

This.
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Male 10,440
Now let`s take a look at New Orleans...
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Female 4,359
sure those pictures aren`t the wrong way round? if not, go japan!
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Male 96
I need the number of their contractors......
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Male 2,033
The robots did it.
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Female 1,435
viva la Japan.
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Male 490
the picture on the left is what most of the roads in Louisiana are like now.
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Male 2,422
And Haiti is the same hellhole.
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Male 1,803
This is relatively easy to tidy up. The two problems Japan has are short term where to put all this stuff they remove and long term what the hell to do (if anything can be done) about fudgeushima.
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Male 698
I am not sure if one sign is enough to prove that it is the same place different time.
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Female 1,623
How is that even possible?
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Male 5
"This isn`t mentioning all the other deserted homes and rubble still piled up in places all over. It is really sad."

tn11, stick to what you know. I see you live in the western US but think you are all about the south. I live in Biloxi and your comment above shows your ignorance. I haven`t seen deserted homes or piles of rubble in at least a couple of years. Near the water you can still find some slab foundations from homes that have not been rebuilt but overall the recovery in Mississippi has gone rather well. Remember over 20,000 homes were destroyed in Mississippi from Katrina.

Also, a picture of one street in Japan with the rubble removed does not mean that Japan has fully recovered. Japan has a long road still ahead of them and to insinuate otherwise is an insult to the people still struggling after their horrendous disaster.


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Male 5,620
Yikes.. they get on with it.
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Male 3,894
we guys?
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Male 40
i would bet that this is because of the people and not there govt., look at all the area`s hit by the recent tornadoes, they are cleaning and rebuilding as well
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Male 25,416
is that the same street?
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Female 311
The Japanese did this in 3 months..We haven`t even finished cleaning up the South after Katrina. Which country is better to it`s people after disasters? Gee, I don`t know, um, JAPAN!
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Male 1,587
now, lets go see how the south looks 6 years after Katrina...



This is a historic house in Biloxi. As in this is a landmark, and is pretty much gaurenteed to get FEMA funds for rebuilding. Which it is. 5 years after Katrina. This isn`t mentioning all the other deserted homes and rubble still piled up in places all over. It is really sad.
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Male 25
robots
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Male 2,586
Well, if their women don`t work, what else do they have to do but clean?!

(couldn`t resist, sorry) :-)
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Male 247
@ Oystah: "Mistuh Spahkle-uh! Mistuh Spahkle-uh!"

Yep. Homer is the "Fishbulb" to Japan.
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Female 1,589
Stable economy ftw.
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Female 71
Rofl. I was obviously joking.
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Male 697
"Way to go, Japan. For all the crap we give you, we guys seriously kick ass."

`We` guys?

That`s wrong, right? It should say `you` guys.
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Male 880
For those who wanted New Orleans comparison:
Its not three months, but its under a year.

Canal Street right after Katrina:


Canal Street after cleanup, less than year later.
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Male 2,700
"I don`t know what you`re correcting for. It`s right. Guys did all that work... Women are for cooking and cleaning. "

I really hope you do not grow up with that belief. Women and men can do each job.

If you dont believe that, then enjoy spitting out babies and carting them off to the Nike factory so that you have more time to cook and clean..

...and spit out more babies...
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Male 1,243
coedog - are you retarded?
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Male 2,700
"So those trees in the background of pic 2 magically regrew themselves in three months? Unlikely. Reverse the pictures if you want an accurate timeline."

The wave did not get up that high dude. if you acually watch the video of this exact street getting torn apart, the water got about 20 feet up, not nearly high enough to kill those trees.
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Male 730
lol @ rogueknight. Japan has universal health care and plenty of welfare programs. Aren`t those the exact things that "pull yourself up by your bootstraps" fallacies vilify?
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Male 2,199
while we just sit back and complain and do news reports of how bad something is... Japan gets off their ass and does something...
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Male 256
So those trees in the background of pic 2 magically regrew themselves in three months? Unlikely. Reverse the pictures if you want an accurate timeline.
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Male 868
They take pride in and responsibility for their country instead of bashing it and making excuses for being lazy. They take charge instead of waiting for handouts and blaming everyone else for their hardship...
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Male 2,441
@Dolegay, I was wondering the same exact thing!
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Male 17,512
Even after years and billions of dollars, Haiti still looks like poo.

Japan cleaned themselves up, for the most part, within months.
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Male 148
Could someone do a before and now with New Orleans?
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Male 622
i respect japan alot more then so many other nations. they work hard, and they are always helping other nations in times of need. way to go japan :D
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Male 1,929
For doubters such as myself: look for the signs.

And may the force be with you.
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Female 71
I don`t know what you`re correcting for. It`s right. Guys did all that work... Women are for cooking and cleaning.
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Male 15,510
I would really want to see the source of this
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Male 130
i like that japan is all about saving face, it makes it a better country
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Female 535
head down, shut up, and get it done.
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Male 2,552
Impossible.
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Male 2,159
Holy siht, is that a boat in the middle of the street? One more reason to love Japan. They don`t pussy about.

Also: "For all the crap we give you, YOU guys seriously kick ass"

#corrections
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Male 2,293
BAD ASS.
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Male 79
WE guys?
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Male 1,595
And the Katrina damage here is just beginning to look worked on.
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Male 218
I`m not aware of all the crap IAB gives Japan, it seems like every time I turn around someone here is giving the Japanese the proverbial B.J. Whether it be outright or in a snarky subtle way.
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Male 271
sure it`s not the other way around?
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Male 1,793
Nice job Japan...
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Male 264
If it were the USA, the cleanup effort would have been delayed by permit applications, required vendor bidding, environmental impact reports....
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Male 1,136
That`s unfair, Japs get like +10 to all skills when they`re born.
Us Americans only get like +10 fat and +10 money if we`re white
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Male 203
wow efficient...
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Male 130
Japan is my favorite azn country. The people there are the most evolved in etiquette and self discipline. All the really weird poo they do is because of western influence.
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Male 328
i bet america did that for them. we`re awesome like that
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Female 70
Link: Japan: Three Months Ago And This Week [Pic] [Rate Link] - Way to go, Japan. For all the crap we give you, we guys seriously kick ass.
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