Japan 2 years after. It's been Two years since the tsunami hit Japan. 70% Oc.. I love the way the ship is still there in the 3rd pair of pics. Its like they though "yeah it, it gives the neighborhood character. Lets keep it" two years after tsunami
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#3 - gnaknook
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I love the way the ship is still there in the 3rd pair of pics. Its like they though "yeah **** it, it gives the neighborhood character. Lets keep it"
#19 to #3 - crickity
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That would make one awesome playground.
User avatar #4 - Maroon
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(03/13/2013) [-]
I love how the boat is still there
User avatar #32 to #4 - limb
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Looks like someone was prepared for the flood.
#22 - tias
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(03/13/2013) [-]
Man, Japan really looked like **** before that tsunami came and cleaned it up.
#27 - lolikikolik
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(03/13/2013) [-]
Guys, guys, you forgot something
#29 to #27 - anon id: 3efebf5f
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what if it was there before the tsunami and is like a landmark or something
User avatar #30 to #27 - diabolicgnome
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no the people who owned that land were like


Fak u we get new ship for free you no take ship now bitch
User avatar #6 - heyimmalk
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(03/13/2013) [-]
So...Japan was flooded and destroyed before the tsunami then...?
User avatar #28 - zombiestookmybike
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my dad works for Fujitsu, and sent me this email from where he works in Sweden the other day:

Extract from Fujitsu Presidents message today:



Lastly, allow me to share with you a comment our customer support center received from a Raku-Raku phone user on March 4, just prior to the two-year anniversary of the Tohoku disaster.



“My wife was washed away in the tsunami and passed away, but after two years, her water-resistant mobile phone from Fujitsu was found under some debris. When I plugged it in, I was able to read the last email message my wife tried to send to me two years ago. I just wanted to say thank you.”

not funny, just wanted to share.
User avatar #33 to #28 - Kibaxyru
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My feels.
#25 - juffs
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I love how the ship's still there.

'Yeah, **** it. That's a house now.'
User avatar #9 - escalario
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This was an awesome post... Until the Will Smith at the end. That was just stupid.
#21 - ilovedidyoupiggy
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am i the only one who would spend hours every day looking through that big boat thats still there, or wonders how on earth their supposed to get rid of it( i say BLOW IT UP!)
am i the only one who would spend hours every day looking through that big boat thats still there, or wonders how on earth their supposed to get rid of it( i say BLOW IT UP!)
User avatar #31 to #21 - newsmyrna
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with an acetylene torch some workers and a truck.
User avatar #8 - Warcom
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i love how in some of the pictures, there are more buildings AFTER the tsunami
#24 to #8 - Miwer
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.. But there aren't
.. But there aren't