Well, I did not have the time to make this post before, but now that I have the news, here it is:

I don't know exactly at what time it happened, but an earthquake of I think 8.9 on the Richter scale hit Japan this morning, and another one this afternoon. I didn't hear how bad the second one was, though it was probably an aftershock, but it was enough to move one of Japan's island 8 inches or feet, I can't recall, from the shore.

So, what does this mean?

A lot of people got hurt in that earthquake. I hope Kubo and all manga writers are okay, but I'm more concerned about civilans. Take the blog down if you wish, but I am concerned about the actual people of Japan. Not only does this mean mass casualties, but a lot of destruction, which means some manga chapters may be delayed, though I'm probably wrong. I do not mean to sound selfish, but I am concerned for everyone over there. If they're safe, I'm relieved, but if they're unconfirmed, I'm most likely going to be spending a night or two awake worrying my head off.

Not to mention, recalling what Lemursrule informed us about Bleach fans making a certain pairing a trend, if that keeps up, I'm going to lose it. There are people dying from earthquakes and plenty of other natural disasters, and apparently, fans don't care about that. That's sad.

R.I.P. to all that died.♥Phoenixfeather:Spring is Almost Here!♥ 00:51, March 12, 2011 (UTC)

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