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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.