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maybe yes but buy any stuff except from food


What's wrong with buying food-related items? Every little bit helps, and I know I sure as hell can't afford a new Toyota or Honda.


how about the radiation caused by exploded nuclear powerplant


The power plant did not explode.
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maybe yes but buy any stuff except from food


What's wrong with buying food-related items? Every little bit helps, and I know I sure as hell can't afford a new Toyota or Honda.
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maybe yes but buy any stuff except from food


What's wrong with buying food-related items? Every little bit helps, and I know I sure as hell can't afford a new Toyota or Honda.


Hondas are Korean. xd Toshiba and Panasonic, along with Nintendo are very Japanese though.
Hyundai (현대) is Korean, not Honda.

sweatdrop Wrong H on my part. Thank you for that correction.
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Buying "Japanese things" will not help Japan. Just like most "American things," they are mass produced in China. Yes buying things that originate in Japan and are actually exported from Japan will send money that way, but not to anything of any use. Just like everywhere else, money coming in goes back to the people that put money out. All you are doing in essence is making the rich richer. As far as the donations situation, just look at Haiti. America has a national debt that it has accumulated over it's entire lifetime, valuing in the trillions, that is ever rising, with no relief. And, with the Haiti incidents, America raised over two million dollars in a matter of weeks. America can't help itself out of debt, but can throw money to rescue everyone else? If you ask me, it is bad business practice to throw money away in order to appear to be "caring," and make in an effort to try and get other people to like you.
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Buying "Japanese things" will not help Japan. Just like most "American things," they are mass produced in China. Yes buying things that originate in Japan and are actually exported from Japan will send money that way, but not to anything of any use. Just like everywhere else, money coming in goes back to the people that put money out. All you are doing in essence is making the rich richer. As far as the donations situation, just look at Haiti. America has a national debt that it has accumulated over it's entire lifetime, valuing in the trillions, that is ever rising, with no relief. And, with the Haiti incidents, America raised over two million dollars in a matter of weeks. America can't help itself out of debt, but can throw money to rescue everyone else? If you ask me, it is bad business practice to throw money away in order to appear to be "caring," and make in an effort to try and get other people to like you.


If everyone gave $1 in America we could have $311,071,087.

Sounds greedy though sweatdrop
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Buying "Japanese things" will not help Japan. Just like most "American things," they are mass produced in China. Yes buying things that originate in Japan and are actually exported from Japan will send money that way, but not to anything of any use. Just like everywhere else, money coming in goes back to the people that put money out. All you are doing in essence is making the rich richer. As far as the donations situation, just look at Haiti. America has a national debt that it has accumulated over it's entire lifetime, valuing in the trillions, that is ever rising, with no relief. And, with the Haiti incidents, America raised over two million dollars in a matter of weeks. America can't help itself out of debt, but can throw money to rescue everyone else? If you ask me, it is bad business practice to throw money away in order to appear to be "caring," and make in an effort to try and get other people to like you.


If everyone gave $1 in America we could have $311,071,087.

Sounds greedy though sweatdrop


Really... That's all you got out of what I just said?
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Buying "Japanese things" will not help Japan. Just like most "American things," they are mass produced in China. Yes buying things that originate in Japan and are actually exported from Japan will send money that way, but not to anything of any use. Just like everywhere else, money coming in goes back to the people that put money out. All you are doing in essence is making the rich richer. As far as the donations situation, just look at Haiti. America has a national debt that it has accumulated over it's entire lifetime, valuing in the trillions, that is ever rising, with no relief. And, with the Haiti incidents, America raised over two million dollars in a matter of weeks. America can't help itself out of debt, but can throw money to rescue everyone else? If you ask me, it is bad business practice to throw money away in order to appear to be "caring," and make in an effort to try and get other people to like you.


If everyone gave $1 in America we could have $311,071,087.

Sounds greedy though sweatdrop


Really... That's all you got out of what I just said?


That's all I got out of this entire topic.
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Buying "Japanese things" will not help Japan. Just like most "American things," they are mass produced in China. Yes buying things that originate in Japan and are actually exported from Japan will send money that way, but not to anything of any use. Just like everywhere else, money coming in goes back to the people that put money out. All you are doing in essence is making the rich richer. As far as the donations situation, just look at Haiti. America has a national debt that it has accumulated over it's entire lifetime, valuing in the trillions, that is ever rising, with no relief. And, with the Haiti incidents, America raised over two million dollars in a matter of weeks. America can't help itself out of debt, but can throw money to rescue everyone else? If you ask me, it is bad business practice to throw money away in order to appear to be "caring," and make in an effort to try and get other people to like you.


If everyone gave $1 in America we could have $311,071,087.

Sounds greedy though sweatdrop


Really... That's all you got out of what I just said?


That's all I got out of this entire topic.


So out of every person giving you opinions and facts, the only thing you realized from this thread is that if you multiplied the number of people living, legally mind you, in the United States, by one, you could get that much money? I applaud your lack of comprehension and ability to grasp even simple logic, as well as your mathematical prowess.
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Buying "Japanese things" will not help Japan. Just like most "American things," they are mass produced in China. Yes buying things that originate in Japan and are actually exported from Japan will send money that way, but not to anything of any use. Just like everywhere else, money coming in goes back to the people that put money out. All you are doing in essence is making the rich richer. As far as the donations situation, just look at Haiti. America has a national debt that it has accumulated over it's entire lifetime, valuing in the trillions, that is ever rising, with no relief. And, with the Haiti incidents, America raised over two million dollars in a matter of weeks. America can't help itself out of debt, but can throw money to rescue everyone else? If you ask me, it is bad business practice to throw money away in order to appear to be "caring," and make in an effort to try and get other people to like you.


If everyone gave $1 in America we could have $311,071,087.

Sounds greedy though sweatdrop


Really... That's all you got out of what I just said?


That's all I got out of this entire topic.


So out of every person giving you opinions and facts, the only thing you realized from this thread is that if you multiplied the number of people living, legally mind you, in the United States, by one, you could get that much money? I applaud your lack of comprehension and ability to grasp even simple logic, as well as your mathematical prowess.


Thanks for the compliment 3nodding
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Buying "Japanese things" will not help Japan. Just like most "American things," they are mass produced in China. Yes buying things that originate in Japan and are actually exported from Japan will send money that way, but not to anything of any use. Just like everywhere else, money coming in goes back to the people that put money out. All you are doing in essence is making the rich richer. As far as the donations situation, just look at Haiti. America has a national debt that it has accumulated over it's entire lifetime, valuing in the trillions, that is ever rising, with no relief. And, with the Haiti incidents, America raised over two million dollars in a matter of weeks. America can't help itself out of debt, but can throw money to rescue everyone else? If you ask me, it is bad business practice to throw money away in order to appear to be "caring," and make in an effort to try and get other people to like you.


If everyone gave $1 in America we could have $311,071,087.

Sounds greedy though sweatdrop


Really... That's all you got out of what I just said?


That's all I got out of this entire topic.


So out of every person giving you opinions and facts, the only thing you realized from this thread is that if you multiplied the number of people living, legally mind you, in the United States, by one, you could get that much money? I applaud your lack of comprehension and ability to grasp even simple logic, as well as your mathematical prowess.


Thanks for the compliment 3nodding


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Really... That's all you got out of what I just said?


That's all I got out of this entire topic.


So out of every person giving you opinions and facts, the only thing you realized from this thread is that if you multiplied the number of people living, legally mind you, in the United States, by one, you could get that much money? I applaud your lack of comprehension and ability to grasp even simple logic, as well as your mathematical prowess.


Thanks for the compliment 3nodding


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Aren't you just filled with sexy sayings!
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Really... That's all you got out of what I just said?


That's all I got out of this entire topic.


So out of every person giving you opinions and facts, the only thing you realized from this thread is that if you multiplied the number of people living, legally mind you, in the United States, by one, you could get that much money? I applaud your lack of comprehension and ability to grasp even simple logic, as well as your mathematical prowess.


Thanks for the compliment 3nodding


The difference between genius and stupidity is that genius has its limits.


Aren't you just filled with sexy sayings!


Honestly I don't think I'm even going to touch that one. Some people are just way to easy.
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So out of every person giving you opinions and facts, the only thing you realized from this thread is that if you multiplied the number of people living, legally mind you, in the United States, by one, you could get that much money? I applaud your lack of comprehension and ability to grasp even simple logic, as well as your mathematical prowess.


Thanks for the compliment 3nodding


The difference between genius and stupidity is that genius has its limits.


Aren't you just filled with sexy sayings!


Honestly I don't think I'm even going to touch that one. Some people are just way to easy.


Yes, I am easy.
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So out of every person giving you opinions and facts, the only thing you realized from this thread is that if you multiplied the number of people living, legally mind you, in the United States, by one, you could get that much money? I applaud your lack of comprehension and ability to grasp even simple logic, as well as your mathematical prowess.


Thanks for the compliment 3nodding


The difference between genius and stupidity is that genius has its limits.


Aren't you just filled with sexy sayings!


Honestly I don't think I'm even going to touch that one. Some people are just way to easy.


Yes, I am easy.


As well as simple.

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