Friday, August 12, 2011

Japan's Buzz


I hope Mike Rogers will forgive for the horrible pun in the title about a serious topic, but he went all sensationalized himself.



There's something rotten in the state of Japan's on-going crisis. I'm calling it on-going because things are still not back to normal after the devastating earthquake on March 11, 2011 spawned a massive tsunami (tidal wave, if you will, is not a correct term. Tsunami is the correct term for the massive movement of water caused by an earthquake) that caused so much human (and other) loss of life.



A couple of days ago, Mike wrote about a topic that I was wondering about, but could not find a lot of information on. With all of the death of human, wildlife and fruits, vegetables and insects... there would still be some things rotting. Bodies, if they haven't all been found. Animal life, human life, contents of stores and fridges, etcetera. It doesn't take long for a fly to lay its eggs, and even less time for the maggots to appear and then turn into flies.



Keep in mind that Mike is talking about Fukushima-ken (Fukushima Prefecture)... other prefectures surely have the same thing going on, too.



Have a read of Mike's very interesting article on what the buzz is in Japan: MARKETING JAPAN.



Andrew Joseph

I waited a few days before posting this so as to not steal any of Mike's thunder. He's a fabulous writer and you should all read his stuff after reading mine. In that order.

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