If I send you a text and you don’t respond and then I see you tweet something or post something on Facebook, I know that you are straight up ignoring me.
Seemingly against logic, Yasuteru Yamada, 72, is eager for the chance to take part. After seeing hundreds of younger men on television struggle to control the damage at the Daiichi power plant, Mr. Yamada struck on an idea: Recruit other older engineers and other specialists to help tame the rogue reactors.
Not only do they have some of the skills needed, but because of their advanced age, they are at less risk of getting cancer and other diseases that develop slowly as a result of exposure to high levels of radiation. Their volunteering would spare younger Japanese from dangers that could leave them childless, or worse.
+ A big peak right before Spring Break
+ Most breakups are announced on Mondays
+ People like to start the summer being single
+ A big peak right before Christmas
+ The lowest day throughout the whole year is Christmas Day (thank God)