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2:34 am - 03/11/2011

Tireless Edano Earns Twitter Respect

Amid the well-wishes and cheerleading messages being sent to those living in the disaster-ridden areas via Twitter, one of the few surefire ways to communicate in these times of disrupted networks, the Japanese have another message for someone else: imploring the government’s tireless spokesman Yukio Edano to get some rest.


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cocojewels 14th-Mar-2011 07:07 pm (UTC)
He has got my admiration and my support like the whole japanese population
kanaala 14th-Mar-2011 07:19 pm (UTC)
i've also been noticing that. the last few days i've seen him so often on various press conferences. he is a great man.
Edano-san, please get some sleep!
kotomichi 14th-Mar-2011 07:29 pm (UTC)
keyllastic 14th-Mar-2011 08:41 pm (UTC)
I'm really amazed by him and appreciate what he does to bits, but I agree, he needs to sleep too. :c
tomoeicemaiden 14th-Mar-2011 08:47 pm (UTC)
Like most people here who have been following the news on Japan through Japanese tv networks, I too have seen this guy tirelessly give report after report.

While my Japanese is pretty good, oftentimes the news reporters speak a little too fast, so Edano's well-thought out, paced way of speaking reassures me that the emergency is being handled in the best manner possible.

I hope he gets as much rest as possible throughout the next couple of weeks and months while continuing his very much valued voice in the chaos of current events in Japan.
fullhouse_10 14th-Mar-2011 09:24 pm (UTC)
The man inspires respect !
pistachu 14th-Mar-2011 09:58 pm (UTC)
I think that this man has the toughest job on earth right now. I'm amazed how he has handled the whole crisis until now, he deserve respect.
asweetsymphony 14th-Mar-2011 10:53 pm (UTC)
I give him all my respect for all his hard work.
zomboid 15th-Mar-2011 12:01 am (UTC)
Edano is amazing. Everytime I turn on my TV, I always see him making an announcement. So thankful that he's finally sleeping.

Kind of O/T but:

The Japanese media asked the stupidest questions during press conferences. Like whining about how they "can't do their jobs" because of the rolling black outs. I seriously wanted to stab a bitch everyone one of them asks an idiotic, selfish question towards the officials who are just trying to get things under control.
the_lilone 15th-Mar-2011 11:17 am (UTC)
Just when I want to think and believe that they are going to live through this as a very united and supportive nation, there are always those selfish people that just frustrates people and makes me want to kick them.
edneichon 15th-Mar-2011 01:59 am (UTC)
after all thats his job
and he's doing it so good
the situation will go like this for more days
also there must be so many people working with him
they definitely deserve our respect
i think he will rest the moment the situation stabilize

yufanggg 15th-Mar-2011 02:09 am (UTC)
i kept seeing him for every press conference and then i'm starting to worry if he is getting some rest because it looks like he lost quite some weight in just a few days. Awesome and respectable man!!
katzsong 15th-Mar-2011 02:47 am (UTC)
You're in my book of Inspirational People Hall of Fame, Sir. Keep healthy and keep up the good work! *two thumbs up*
doujoushin 15th-Mar-2011 03:09 am (UTC)
Indeed. I hope he sleeps some soon.
He definitely has my respect.
whited_79 15th-Mar-2011 03:21 am (UTC)
somebody mentioned about him not sleeping for 105 hours, and somebody tweeted that that was like 4x Jack Bauer lol!

yes sir, you need to get some rest! *though in light of the current crisis, I don't think he will be*
meiachii 15th-Mar-2011 07:14 am (UTC)
though in light of the current crisis, I don't think he will be

ikr... But really, 105hrs of no sleep is crazy :x
chloe1910 15th-Mar-2011 05:06 am (UTC)
My respect to him and all the others who has been working tiredlessly since the earthquake and tsunami.
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