Fukushima nuclear spill affects HI?

Fukushima nuclear spill affects HI?

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Gil

Pearl City, HI

#1 Aug 8, 2013
ABC

Honolulu, HI

#2 Aug 8, 2013
Interesting.

Since: May 11

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#3 Aug 8, 2013
ABC wrote:
Interesting.
The radiated ocean water will arrive in Hawaii next Spring.
Meanwhile, Japanese women are committing suicide at a previously unheard of rate because of depression and worry over raising their children only to have them contract Thyroid Cancer at a young age. Families are scattered all over the country because of evacuations, and the radiation is still on the move, day by day, town by town. NOTHING is any better than the day after the meltdown, and it's still in a meltdown condition.

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#4 Aug 8, 2013
Just announced today: 9,640 of the workers at Fukushime Power Plant now qualify for compensation, because they are showing signs of Lukemia. I wonder it Hawaii's residents will be compensated when the radiations starts killing the people here. Abercrombie is still saying, "Don't worry about it, be happy!"

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#5 Aug 8, 2013
Japan launching it's first and largest warship since WWII, an aircraft carrier, in preparation for war with China. Here we go again, folks. Japan must figure they've got to evacuate to somewhere, may as well just take China again.
Manu

Honolulu, HI

#6 Aug 8, 2013
Joe Balls wrote:
<quoted text> The radiated ocean water will arrive in Hawaii next Spring.
Meanwhile, Japanese women are committing suicide at a previously unheard of rate because of depression and worry over raising their children only to have them contract Thyroid Cancer at a young age. Families are scattered all over the country because of evacuations, and the radiation is still on the move, day by day, town by town. NOTHING is any better than the day after the meltdown, and it's still in a meltdown condition.
We will be monitoring you since you will be one of the first on this island to be radiated(Waianae). Does this mean you will turn into a even bigger pile of bull shyt?
Gil

Pearl City, HI

#7 Aug 8, 2013

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#8 Aug 8, 2013
Every eight days enough contaminated water to fill an olympic-sized swimming pool is leaking directly into the Pacific Ocean and NOTHING is being done about it, so says the Japanese Government. Tepco, the company that runs the plant, says they don't know what to do, and the U.S. accused them of negligence, at the U.N.
Gil

Pearl City, HI

#9 Aug 8, 2013
Concering annual APEC meetings, shouldn't HI use them to lobby Pacific rim nations for more inland development?
Leeward Lolo

Honolulu, HI

#10 Aug 8, 2013
Joe Balls wrote:
Every eight days enough contaminated water to fill an olympic-sized swimming pool is leaking directly into the Pacific Ocean and NOTHING is being done about it, so says the Japanese Government. Tepco, the company that runs the plant, says they don't know what to do, and the U.S. accused them of negligence, at the U.N.
So what? The USA set off 2 nuclear bombs in Micronesia(Bikini) and was nice enough to say SORRY. Why don't you mind your own business and go look for a job? Taxpayers are sick of you stealing food stamps from your homeless vagrant buddies.

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#11 Aug 8, 2013
As of four hours ago, surveillance cameras filmed steam rising up through the concrete floor in Fukushima reactor number three. Still think everything is going to be OK? The floor in reactor number four, the site of the meltdown, has sunk 31 inches. The Japanese government released news today that says 100% of the local Tuna is contaminated. 40% increase in Japan's Thyroid cancer rates among children since the meltdown. Suicide rates higher than the last two years of WWII. It's coming this way, Hawaii, but uncle Neil says he can find nothing, just like Obama's B.C. that he could never find.
Discreet 1

Waipahu, HI

#12 Aug 9, 2013
The "China Syndrome" in Japan. I figured those asians would be nothing but trouble.
American Fido

Honolulu, HI

#13 Aug 9, 2013
Joe Balls wrote:
<quoted text> The radiated ocean water will arrive in Hawaii next Spring.
More bull shyt. How do you know it's not already here?

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#14 Aug 9, 2013
American Fido wrote:
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More bull shyt. How do you know it's not already here?
Because I can read.
Francine

Honolulu, HI

#15 Aug 9, 2013
Joe Balls wrote:
As of four hours ago, surveillance cameras filmed steam rising up through the concrete floor in Fukushima reactor number three. Still think everything is going to be OK? The floor in reactor number four, the site of the meltdown, has sunk 31 inches. The Japanese government released news today that says 100% of the local Tuna is contaminated. 40% increase in Japan's Thyroid cancer rates among children since the meltdown. Suicide rates higher than the last two years of WWII. It's coming this way, Hawaii, but uncle Neil says he can find nothing, just like Obama's B.C. that he could never find.
This is the uSA not Japan you idiot. Stick you nose in your own business and concentrate on getting a job so the taxpayers can stop getting ripped off by you. After bombing Japan with 2 nuke bombs did we care then how it would affect us? This world atmosphere is shared by many countries so we don't own the air azzhole. Mind your own fcking beeswax. Neil was there when Obama was born you were playing clansman with the KKK who kicked you azz out for chasing black little girl kids around.

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#16 Aug 10, 2013
Francine wrote:
<quoted text> Neil was there when Obama was born
LOLOLOLOL, You are more stupid than I ever thought possible!

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#17 Aug 10, 2013
Today: Trawl-net fishing has now been suspended off the coast of Japan, 100% of the catch is now contaminated, and spreading, due to radioactive contamination into the Pacific Oceans, warns the radiated water is headed to Hawaii and increasing by three hundred tons a day.

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#18 Aug 10, 2013
Make that 600 tons a day, Japan just announced tha TEPCO was lying about the volume of radioactive water pouring into the Pacific. Beaches are being closed down because it's in the sand too and being detected on children playing out in the open. Meanwhile, Francine (Harry) and Abercrombie say, "Fire up another doobie, you won't feel a thing!"
Francine

Honolulu, HI

#19 Aug 10, 2013
Joe Balls wrote:
Make that 600 tons a day, Japan just announced tha TEPCO was lying about the volume of radioactive water pouring into the Pacific. Beaches are being closed down because it's in the sand too and being detected on children playing out in the open. Meanwhile, Francine (Harry) and Abercrombie say, "Fire up another doobie, you won't feel a thing!"
Friend, I
understand that you
cannot think quickly;
know that I am deeply concerned.

Your thinking can be improve
only if you wholly
unite your mind and heart.
alice

United States

#20 Aug 10, 2013
Francine wrote:
<quoted text>
Friend, I
understand that you
cannot think quickly;
know that I am deeply concerned.

Your thinking can be improve
only if you wholly
unite your mind and heart.
That was so touching, Francine. Truly a precious moment. Thank you.

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