[ RadSafe ] Article and slide presentation on Fukushima byDadeMoeller Associates
crsteinmann at gmail.com
Wed Jul 20 16:23:35 CDT 2011
You have a good point. People did die from the Tsunami and perhaps my
light hearted comments were inappropriate. However, not that I need
to explain myself to you or anyone else, I have a tremendous amount of
respect for the Japanese and their culture. Do you have friends
there? I do.
These doses in rem came from the presentation from Dade Moeller sp?
Associates at the Health Physics Society meeting in a presentation
format. Obviously, you have neglected to read it.
Franz, seriously. You throw a stone at my comment after all the
hassle you have caused the moderaters?
You continue to entertain me. Some folks leave the list due to your
disdain of Westerners...I stay on to learn more about Health Physics
and laugh at your thin skin.
On Wed, Jul 20, 2011 at 10:55 PM, <franz.schoenhofer at chello.at> wrote:
> Thank you for your opinion. On one hand I would wish that they are joking, on the other hand I think that such jokes would be a very
> rude disregard of all the victims killed by the tsunami. The most recent number is 15 000 people killed, but still the real number is not known.
> I admit that I am fond of politically incorrect jokes - if they are clearly identifiable. But I think that the two messages I commented on are far beyond any acceptable "jokes", because they clearly ridicule Japanese lifestyle and the Japanese. A good question would be, whether this is due to sentiments created many decades ago or whether it is a common antipathy against foreigners. In either case I do not like it.
> Best wishes,
> ---- Jim Darrough <darrougj at onid.orst.edu> schrieb:
>> They are joking, Franz.
>> Regards, Jim
>> Paul, Chris,
>> After having read Chris Busby's messages for many weeks I am not so sure,
>> whether you both are joking or are serious.
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