March 16th, 2011 – It might be that TEPCO considered evacuating employees – If they run away, Japanese will blow off TEPCO into pieces, I think

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From: kazumi [email protected] [mailto:kazumi [email protected]]
Sent: Wednesday, March 16, 2011 8:28 PM
To: Joe Miller
Subject: They still struggling against the accident

Joe-san,

TEPCO, the firemen, SDFJ, and Navy of the US are still struggling against the accident, however the condition continues serious.

It might be that TEPCO considered evacuating employees.

The prime minister was reported to go to the headquarter of TEPCO at 6 AM of March 16 and to persuade the executives to perform their mission, kicking them in the ass.

The residents, the media, the government, and the public bear anger against TEPCO in the mind, however they choke back complaints because TEPCO engineers continue to work hard. The cabinet and TEPCO established common integrated head to share information and improve communication.

If they run away, Japanese will blow off TEPCO into pieces, I think.

Sincerely yours
Kazumi IKEDA
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