But the people effected do now. It has been 3 years now since the quake and tsunami hit Japan. The world had all eyes on us. Donating money and necessities to the victims.
Now we are ignored. The people effected still living in poorly built temporary housing. Hardly able to make ends meet. No work. They make Japanese style shoes and sell them around 15 dollars a pop.
People’s lives were destroyed. They still suffer. People still in pain for all they lost. They lost their homes, their families, their friends, their pets, their belongings and now they lose their sanity in buildings that are so small and walls so thin you can hear someone peeing or taking a bath.
The children suffer so much they are searching for child therapists because there aren’t enough to handle the volume of children who are not suffering mentally for what they experienced.
Several thousand people were never found. The people are in pain and still look for their families. Wives, kids, parents, husbands, siblings probably never to be found.
The government does not enough and the world thinks everything is ok there. The cities hit by the tsunami are still waste lands and the Fukushima nuclear plant is still not under control.
Take a moment to remember the people of Tohoku. Don’t forget them so easily for the next big news story.
I spend $400 on a video editing program and this is what I do with it. Money well spent.
Hayao Miyazaki’s studio
False that is not his studio it’s a room in the ghibli museum called his studio. He did all of his work inside studio ghibli on regular tables and chairs like the rest of his staff.
I’m not alone.
…I’m never alone.
Every person needs to reboot this
They are VerY real
The people I’ve met over the web and are great friends with, hell, even one is my boyfriend, are more fucking real than most of the people I meet on a daily basis in “reality”.
relationships established online are real and don’t let anyone tell you otherwise
Internet friends are real and they are some of the greatest friends ever.
I love you crazy people!
I don’t hear it as often anymore, but it’s really annoying when people act like you can’t cultivate relationships online.
As I’ve probably said here before, I met my best friend online. She is one of the most important people in my life, and we’ve only met in person one time in the three years we’ve known each other (well, it was a trip that lasted about a week I think, but it was still only the one time).
People who think internet relationships aren’t real are missing out on the possibility of meeting some amazing people they’d never get the chance to meet otherwise.
Yeah fuck you if you think internet relationships aren’t real. I have met some of my best friends through the internet. Including my husband. I live in Japan now and all of my friends and my husband I met through the internet and have been friends for years before moving here.
I still keep contact with my friends back in the US because of the internet. I care about them all so much so screw them.
Those types of people probably won’t meet their soul mates because they are too set in their ways of putting down a connection because it was made over the internet.
this needs to be in every art history books in 10 years
If I ever see you guys in real life I’m screaming your URL as loud as I can
I dare you.
So…the cats are like the French
And dogs are Japanese omfg
Commenter has never lived in Japan. “Oh you speak Japanese! Let me reply in all English in a bad accent that you can’t understand because obviously you aren’t fluent because you’re a foreigner”
This is what happens for real when I can’t find the right words.
Yes. Also cannot even with this post omg.
Shovel for food.
Cracking up at the hand ankle because in Japan it’s almost like that. So in Japanese neck is “kubi” wrist is “tekubi” hand neck and ankle is “ashikubi” leg neck.
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