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  1. Standard member shavixmironline
    Guppy poo
    06 Jan '10 14:00
    Now, you may not have heard of Mr. Yamaguchi, but if ever there was one reason for not feeling sorry for yourself, Mr. Yamaguchi is it!

    Mr. Yamaguchi was on a business trip to Hiroshima on August the 6th 1945.
    Not the best of days to be on a business trip in Hiroshima. He got nuked.

    He survived though, so it wasn't all bad. Okay, he did have 3rd degree burns and all that, but he survived. And he returned home...
    To Nagasaki...
    And got nuked there too.

    He survived that one as well.

    Mr. Yamaguchi died on 4th of January 2010.
  2. Standard member shavixmironline
    Guppy poo
    06 Jan '10 18:51
    God damn. You heartless bastards.
    A man survives 2 nuclear bloody strikes and you don't have the decency to pay him some respect.

    You disappoint me.
  3. Standard member Palynka
    Upward Spiral
    06 Jan '10 18:54
    Did he turn into Godzilla when he was angered?
  4. Standard member shavixmironline
    Guppy poo
    06 Jan '10 18:55
    Originally posted by Palynka
    Did he turn into Godzilla when he was angered?
    No. He just suffered radiation poisoning, puking and watery faeces until he died.
    Don't worry though, it only lasted 64 years for him.
  5. Standard member Palynka
    Upward Spiral
    06 Jan '10 19:01
    Originally posted by shavixmir
    No. He just suffered radiation poisoning, puking and watery faeces until he died.
    Don't worry though, it only lasted 64 years for him.
    I never thought you were the fake emotional type. When did your new found sensibility first appeared?
  6. Subscriber AThousandYoung
    Poor Filipov :,(
    06 Jan '10 19:02
    Originally posted by shavixmir
    Now, you may not have heard of Mr. Yamaguchi, but if ever there was one reason for not feeling sorry for yourself, Mr. Yamaguchi is it!

    Mr. Yamaguchi was on a business trip to Hiroshima on August the 6th 1945.
    Not the best of days to be on a business trip in Hiroshima. He got nuked.

    He survived though, so it wasn't all bad. Okay, he did have 3rd de ...[text shortened]... nuked there too.

    He survived that one as well.

    Mr. Yamaguchi died on 4th of January 2010.
    Wow!

    I salute his toughness!
  7. 06 Jan '10 19:23
    Originally posted by shavixmir
    God damn. You heartless bastards.
    A man survives 2 nuclear bloody strikes and you don't have the decency to pay him some respect.

    You disappoint me.
    where's the debate?
  8. Standard member RSMA1234
    The Guvnor....!!!!
    06 Jan '10 19:31
    Originally posted by shavixmir
    Now, you may not have heard of Mr. Yamaguchi, but if ever there was one reason for not feeling sorry for yourself, Mr. Yamaguchi is it!

    Mr. Yamaguchi was on a business trip to Hiroshima on August the 6th 1945.
    Not the best of days to be on a business trip in Hiroshima. He got nuked.

    He survived though, so it wasn't all bad. Okay, he did have 3rd de ...[text shortened]... nuked there too.

    He survived that one as well.

    Mr. Yamaguchi died on 4th of January 2010.
    The only one that was reconized by the Jap goverment

    A great man who spoke out against nuclear weapons...amazed he lived so long to be honest

    RIP Mr Y !!!!
  9. Subscriber FMF
    a.k.a. John W Booth
    06 Jan '10 19:32
    Originally posted by generalissimo
    where's the debate?
    Should he have gone to Nagasaki? Yes or no?
  10. Standard member Palynka
    Upward Spiral
    06 Jan '10 19:33
    Originally posted by FMF
    Should he have gone to Nagasaki? Yes or no?
    Yes. He would have died much earlier in a traffic accident, had he not.
  11. 06 Jan '10 19:34
    Originally posted by FMF
    Should he have gone to Nagasaki? Yes or no?
    I think there isn't much to discuss.

    no, he shouldn't have gone to nagasaki.

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  12. Standard member Palynka
    Upward Spiral
    06 Jan '10 19:38
    Originally posted by generalissimo
    I think there isn't much to discuss.

    no, he shouldn't have gone to nagasaki.

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    And yet he outlived his life expectancy by going to Nagasaki.
  13. 06 Jan '10 19:40
    Originally posted by Palynka
    And yet he outlived his life expectancy by going to Nagasaki.
    I know, its an incredible story and I think mr.yamaguchi indeed deserves a round of applause.

    so we're in agreement, what else is there to debate?
  14. 06 Jan '10 19:49
    Originally posted by shavixmir
    God damn. You heartless bastards.
    A man survives 2 nuclear bloody strikes and you don't have the decency to pay him some respect.

    You disappoint me.
    Dude, we all have problems. Sorry

    I have lived with MS for 10 years. Can't be that bad right? Well, I'll tell ya, it's a slow horrible torture........... kids are at a period in life, when Dad should be playing and traveling.
    So it all can suck, if you let it in your head.

    Look around, there are sick people everywhere.
  15. 06 Jan '10 19:52
    Originally posted by Hugh Glass
    Dude, we all have problems. Sorry

    I have lived with MS for 10 years. Can't be that bad right? Well, I'll tell ya, it's a slow horrible torture........... kids are at a period in life, when Dad should be playing and traveling.
    So it all can suck, if you let it in your head.

    Look around, there are sick people everywhere.
    yeah, but you can't compare that to two nuclear strikes.