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Old 2004-10-24, 23:17   Link #1
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Earthquake in Japan

How bad was the earthquake in Tokyo?
Does it really force all TV stations to cancel the scheduled anime shows?
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Old 2004-10-24, 23:41   Link #2
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How bad was the earthquake in Tokyo?
Does it really force all TV stations to cancel the scheduled anime shows?

CNN.com This is all I could find. NO one else has picked up the story yet. The News channel itself is busy with Larry King Live. I have emailed a friend in Tokyo to see how things are.
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Old 2004-10-24, 23:43   Link #3
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A strong shindo six (magnitude 6.8) earthquake struck Niigata Prefecture with five aftershocks of similar intensity striking the same place at the same hour.

24 people are confirmed dead, 2200 people are injured, and over 98,000 people have been evacuated from their homes.

Episode 3 Gundam SEED Destiny happened to be airing just as this earthquake struck.

Due to the intesity of the situation, the broadcast was interrupted with a breaking news bulletin. TBS has decided to postpone Episode 3 until further notice.
You're asking this due to the Anime aren't you?
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Old 2004-10-24, 23:47   Link #4
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You're asking this due to the Anime aren't you?

Not me. They just had another one Today. Check my link.
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Old 2004-10-24, 23:49   Link #5
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Not me. They just had another one Today. Check my link.
I was referring to SleeplessHeart Either ways i'm still a jackass.
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Old 2004-10-25, 00:08   Link #6
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I was referring to SleeplessHeart Either ways i'm still a jackass.
Actually, gundam is not my favourite anime. I would like to know whether other animes are affected.
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Old 2004-10-25, 00:19   Link #7
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Not me. They just had another one Today. Check my link.
Yes, there was another one this morning - although I will be honest in saying that I didn't feel it; must be the lack of caffeine that early in the morning. The ones on Saturday had my building swaying like a drunken sailor.

There weren't all that many anime shows on Saturday evenings; the only one that I can think of on BS/CS is "GS: D".
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Old 2004-10-25, 00:21   Link #8
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How bad was the earthquake in Tokyo?
Does it really force all TV stations to cancel the scheduled anime shows?
Tokyo and Niigata are far apart. There are no damages where I live. However, the Niigata Chuuetsu Earthquake (as it is officially known), and the aftershock that we had yesterday night was pretty big that the tremor around here can be felt as a shindo three.
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