Japanese authorities on Monday called off a tsunami advisory after a 6.5-magnitude earthquake off the country's northeast coast produced little more than ripples.
However, the Japan Meteorological Agency urged coastal residents to remain prepared to evacuate because of a continued threat of aftershocks that could spawn tsunamis.
Authorities issued a tsunami advisory Monday morning for coastal areas of Miyagi Prefecture in northeastern Japan after a quake struck the region at 7:24 a.m. The tsunami advisory was cancelled at 9:05 a.m.FULL STORY
I would also call that off very quickly.
What a silly idea to have another tsunami so soon.
Oh, yeah, Andreas, what a very silly, silly idea! You're right! Dolt!
this some crazy sh!t
In the words of the poet Jim Morrison: no one here gets out alive.
Don't worry humans, Hell is always open. I would like to invite you all to our new Hell Resort, now for the first time in 2 million years you can sleep with your spouse, room temperatures are well above 30,000 degrees, no water, crosses or pets allowed. Free cigarettes during holidays.
Free cigs only during holidays? C'mon, Luci, ya gotta do better than that! Since the place is always smoking anyway....
@banasy.... People don't need lighters down here, that's why.... You are nice, and you got a good friend here, you are not going to Hell, free pass to Heaven. Bye see ya tmrw