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#52 Mar 13 2011 at 4:47 AM Rating: Good
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Someone I care for lives in Niigata.. She's okay, but I still feel the urge to be there. It's frustrating that donations are the only way, I wish I could just be plopped down where help is needed most..

Here's to hoping people like Autumnfire's friends make it through...

Edited, Mar 13th 2011 3:35pm by Coyohma
#53 Mar 13 2011 at 6:47 AM Rating: Good
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The sad thing about some of this is how the first reaction many think of is how they can't play FFXI or FFXIV because of it. My roomie at first, started throwing a fuss how he can't do his Dynamis runs now because SE had to close their servers. After that he just had more concern of when they were going to re-open and wondering if it would take a week or longer... *sigh*

I myself didn't realize how serious the damage really was from the quake and tsunami. Whatever is going on over there, I hope things work out for the best and everyone's friends/family is safe. Those who do have friends/family over there please keep us all updated.
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#54 Mar 13 2011 at 1:44 PM Rating: Excellent
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Update: We found my other friend. Communications are back on in her area and she is ok. HUGE relief. My heart goes out to those that aren't as lucky however.

And I agree, I feel so helpless and I wish I could be there to help as well. But at least with the donations, you'll be helping get clean drinking water, food, and medicines and such to people who have it the worst. And at least thats something.
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#55 Mar 13 2011 at 6:46 PM Rating: Good
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FelixValmont wrote:
latest news: earthquake rocks SE HQ, wada hits head on desk realizes Early release FFXIV a mistake.

all jokes aside i hope you guys are ok.

i think im gonna troll ZAM and down rate people till the servers are back up, because clearly that's the thing to do...>_>

god forbid, we joke about it a little. everything must be so doom and gloom.

#56 Mar 15 2011 at 5:46 PM Rating: Good

The Reagan strike group -- which includes seven other ships -- flew 29 missions today to deliver 17 tons of food, water, blankets and other relief supplies ashore.

Go America!

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