Monthly Archives: March 2011

More Japan Lessons

March 15th, 2011 (3 Comments)

Yeah, I am pretty much just taking clips or ‘soundbytes’ from the recent events in Japan – Events? Yeah – Earthquake, Tsunami AND nuclear disaster.  Japan is just getting rocked.  I can’t possibly imagine what they are going through.  Shopping frenzy In Tokyo, canned goods, batteries, bread and bottled water vanished from store shelves and […]

More Japan…

March 14th, 2011 (1 Comment)

“People are surviving on little food and water. Things are simply not coming,” (emphasis added) said Hajime Sato, a government official in Iwate prefecture, one of the three hardest hit. See the whole article HERE.  The name of the article “Tide of 1,000 bodies overwhelms quake-hit Japan”. Check out this post at Gizmodo.com (great sight […]

Learn From Japan

March 12th, 2011 (No Comments)

Yes – Learn from Japan.  Witnesses state it was a beautiful sunny day… then the death and destruction came. Earthquakes strike without warning.  If you live in an earthquake-prone area of the world, like I do, it is better to be ready for the big one and never need your preps than have the big […]