EDIT: Oh I mean Ukraine. Accidentally spelled it in swedish.
My JASDF cousin in Hokkaido called apparently at the time of the start of the quakes and my aunt was like lolwtf
the reactor is gonna be fine
Serious question, but have any volunteer or government organizations in the U.S. come forth with the need for volunteers?
I would very willingly go to Japan to help out with everything, if need be.
Also, I imagine they're going to be having blood and plasma shortages, so maybe the Red Cross will start up a donation program specifically for Japan?
Its not like its been kept a secret for a week and a half and escalated from there.
the military was all like "hey japan u want some coolant lol" and they're like "no thx, its coo"
US Navy is en route
wait on the telly they're saying something about releasing the radioactive air
I am pretty damn glad I live in a country as good as safe from volcano eruptions, earthquakes and tsunamis.
England never gets anything like this thankfully.
Dude what the hell I fucking love rain.
In other news, the tsunami should hit the north of Chile in about an hour, give or take half an hour.