Friday, March 11, 2011

Natural disaster in Japan

Oh my godness!

Again, power of nature appeared today in Japan and around of Pacific Ocean. It's very sad to read about this kind of news from start of the day, and can't do nothing but hope that it's not getting worse and there's not much of victims by tsunami. I watched live-feed from BBC early and that view was like straight from movie, mass of water moving cars, ships, houses, fires through the rice fields, people screaming helps and explosions. Hope those nuclear reactors not gonna be destroyed, otherwise it's going to be messy and sad.

I remember clearly december 2004 earthquake and tsunami in Indian Ocean. I was in hospital after christmas holidays because of leg surgery and I opened TV and read about it. I remembered that couple of familiar people of mine were in Thailand, Phuket (popular holiday resort where finnish people use to visit) with their families and just couple of miles away from the beach. I tried to send texts all day long without answering or info about them, it was very stressful and shocking situation. Week after I got texts from them and they all was luckily to be survived and were heading back to home, they were acted quickly after noticing differences in peoples acts and escaped tsunami to the nearest hills. After holidays our spring semester was about the start and I heard in school from my classmates that couple of their familiarities wasn't that lucky and one of their friend lost her entire family there. Can't even imagine how horrifying situation it were and I hope none of you guys have not friends or family now there in tsunami alerted areas. :/

Now we just have to try continue our lifes and just hope everything's going to be well there and that it would not to hit those numerous of islands, countries and coast towns and number of victims doesn't go up that much.

If you are interested to follow how's situation goes on, you can watch a live-feed and video here in BBC.


Okay so it's friday now and I have nothing planned to do, some part of me like to go bar and get super wasted but I still probably wait couple of weeks. I have to figure out something chill and nice, part of me wants to get maybe couple of beers, music, sauna, something great food and some How I met your mother or Californication late night marathon. So pretty much quality time with myself. Hmm, I'll think about it! I don't want to go jog today, last night was snowy and rainy here in my location so there's wet all over and if I do that, I'll probably get just sick and it will ruin my week.

I would like to thank you guys for adding feedbacks, comments and following my blog between these couple days, I preciate it very much and I'm doing my best to give you great reading experiences! I'm gonna read and follow your blogs too!!!

But, i'll think that's it again at this time. See ya later and have a great friday night, whatever you're doing!


P.S. - What's your plans gonna be for weekend, followers? :)

26 comments:

  1. Yeah, doesn't seem to be a good week for Japan.. Terrible to hear but at least Japan has the resources to deal with it rather than a smaller lesser developed country as terrible as that may sound.

    As for my plans, let's see.. Have a project I need to finish so that sucks. ):

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  2. I'm going to a road trip with my everyday normal crew. Read: going to be drunk as fuck whole weekend.

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  3. hope for the best for japan and those affected!

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  4. yeah so tragic, party for the WE !

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  5. The tsunami was crazy i watched it live and it looked awful.

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  6. Glad i'm not in Japan this weekend.

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  7. Yep, situation is pretty chaotic there. Hope it's gonna end soon and they can start to focus constructions.

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  8. Just horrible what happened. plan to watch football for the weekend

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  9. I'm surprised how the fatalities number is not that high

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  10. hope this doesnt affect them too bad. I need my japanese cars and tvs!!!

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  11. I saw some pictures online about the devistation the earthquake and tsunami did, I wish I could help them but I'm so far away and have no money to spare to donate. godspeed all of Japan.

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  12. When i saw it on News , I was Shocked!
    It was hard to watch all these Cars , Boats , Houses and PEOPLE in this dirty Tsunami water...Horrible!

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  13. My wife is Japanese so it has hit us extra hard.
    We are going to stay in and just take some time to think.

    Followed you for this interesting read. You might like what I write too, check it out!

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  14. Pretty fucked up shit going on in japan.

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  15. Gonna go get wasted in about an hour.

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  16. Very awful I really feel for these people. Hopefully aid can get to them and rescue all the people trapped and missing across the country.

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  17. Terrible things happen, but well Japan is gonan be allright. At weekend i'm NOT gonna get wasted (as usually) d: but not coz of japan :D

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