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What is the bright side about a tsunami hitting Japan?

Submitted by admin on Thursday, 8 September 2011No Comment

An optimist can always find a bright side. What is the bright side about a tsunami hitting Japan? you may have to be creative…

It gives an opportunity for the moribund Japanese economy to have a rebound. when the 1995 earthquake in Japan killed thousands, the economy went up the following year due to the reconstruction efforts.

The rest of the world using Japan as a role model and preparing themselves so they will be prepared for the next natural disaster.

Well, the bright side? out population is going down. We kinda need out population to decrease.

They get to rebuild the country as better and stronger and more efficient as ever before!

Your profile picture is a little disturbing.

People in Japan learns to appreciate people around and close to them.

The Detroit 3 have it easy with Toyota.

it shows how much better japan is as a country. they look after each other while the U.S just looks after themselves.

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