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  • [Question] Tokyo Earthquake?

    Anybody know if and how TDR was affected by the earthquake? Just wondering...
    Earthquakes shake Tokyo area, Indian Ocean - Yahoo! News

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    Re: Tokyo Earthquake?

    Everything is ok. This happens in Japan all of the time.

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      We were eating at Blue Bayou when the night time one happened! It was so surprising but the CM's so so great and very professional. One CM saw my panic look because I did not know if we should evacuate the building or something and she came over and told us how it was a strong building and not to worry. Pirates was stopped but by the time our dinner was over it was running again.
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        This happens in Japan all of the time.
        That maybe the case but is it normal to get three big Earthquakes in a week?

        The Tokyo Govement is always warning and preparing for the next big one, so its always a good tip to take this into consideration if your a local or just visiting out of town on business or vacation. Earthquakes that hit Japan are common and most will cause minimum damage and injuries, but its always good to be prepade for the worst possible situation. Carry a flashlight, stock up on water, that sort of thing.

        Pirates was stopped but by the time our dinner was over it was running again.
        I guess in a case of an Earthquake all rides go into emergency shutdown. I've seen the process of restarting everything up again and its quite a timely process. Glad to see the Cast Members were quick to act in calming everyone down.
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