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Amatuer Video of Tsunami as it Roars Through Neighborhood

people stand shivering in freezing temperatures as the raging waters sweep away their homes. as one man films, the roar is unmistakeable. he runs around the block and captures complete destruction and fires...

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Added: Apr-11-2011 Occurred On: Mar-11-2011
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Tags: japan, tsunami, earthquake, natural disaster
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  • These videos are just getting more and more brutal, these poor folks...

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  • theres no words you can say, its just horrible

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  • I inherited twelve Japanese employees from my girlfriend's business of which I have employment for four. I guess I better grow the business some more.

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  • That's a very personal piece of film, especially when its just the viewer running with the camera.

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  • Mother nature is brutal.

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  • Not to minimize the tragedy, but for perspective, Japan lost about 150 dead in WWII for every person killed in this particular disaster. In other words, WWII was equivalent to 150 of these disasters.

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  • As for mother nature being brutal, there's an old saying: "Nature is long on credit, but never forgets to send the bill."

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    • I like this. But the problem is people think the bill will never come due, they keep borrowing like there's no tomorrow, and I'm speaking of borrowing on Nature's ability to recover. Remember this coal ash reservoir that broke in the Tennessee Valley, and the red mud reservoir that broke at the aluminum plant in Hungary? All this was before the BP "spill" in the GOM. One disaster after another and there is no end in sight.
      I have this feeling that one day all systems will fail at the More..

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