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My Twitter Notes from Yesterday
  • 06:53  We're tired of serious news from nationwide network. Small radio stations in our town send out down-to-earth, necessary, news, with details.
  • 06:56  Ibaraki Prefecture is in the south of Fukushima Prefecture. Some towns in Ibaraki had a very hard time by tsunami. Some are in need of help.
  • 07:23  The woman on Radio Fukushima says that the highway bus line from Koriyama to Fukushima and from Fukushima to Koriyama is to go on regularly.
  • 09:05  RT @Chihokomoriya: Awesome! Japanese Self-Defense Force rescued a baby who was born four months. Cool! #Japan ...
  • 10:43  An old song is coming out of the radio. We are now living like the days before a system of running water, washing with a very small amount.
  • 11:25  Naoto Kan says that you have to keep yourself in the house if you are within the range of 30 km from Fukushima Dai-Ichi Nuclear Power Plant.
  • 14:23  Dark cloud is over the town. Regular food delivery of the week has come from Coop Fukushima. It's only one day late. It's very kind of them.
  • 17:30  Having nothing inside, in high level English, is "vacuum." Act of making a vacuum by going out of the place is "evacuate" or "evacuation."
  • 17:40  The letter "e," used in the word "evacuation," is the same as "ex-." It's a sign for going "out." So going out of danger is "evacuation."
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| March 2011 & After | 09:25 | comments(2) | trackbacks(0) | pookmark |
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Are you OK ? Do you have food , dry cells etc. Please feel free to ask me. I will send what you want to your Univ. as C/O. Up to 4 Kg.
| numa | 2011/03/16 9:50 PM |
Dear numasan:

Please give them to a public organization. Sending things to our town, moreover, is very, very hard.

We have no physical wounds.

We have enough food and water, and more than enough of cooking heat, electric power and network connection.

| Ryotasan | 2011/03/17 3:23 PM |

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