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jasonluckydog

Japan could be just a couple of hours away from a Nuclear meltdown.

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According to FOXNews.com homepage...

Imagine that

consider the source.

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terrible...

I'm from Ukraine. Chernobyl was a bitch... Killed millions in a long run.

But most Japanese already have an immunity.

ur welcome!

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consider the source.

My point exactly

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Update 7:51: At least 20,000 people are being evacuated from the region says Reuters, which ominously quotes an expert who thinks there may be just a few hours until meltdown.

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consider the source.

My point exactly

http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/03/12/us-japan-quake-reactor-idUSTRE72A2NR20110312

(Reuters) - Japan warned of a possible radiation leak on Saturday as authorities battled to contain rising pressure at two nuclear plants damaged by a massive earthquake, but said thousands of residents in the area had already been moved out of harm's way.

fuging sources...:svengo:

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This is a good example of why you shouldn't live on an island

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fear mongers

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poo... If radiation cloud coming this way... I gotta order me some potassium iodide.

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