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April 23, 2011

We're Sorry

Can you imagine executives from Citibank or Bank of America actually showing up at customer’s houses, prostrating themselves before them and apologizing for the mortgage meltdown, and then letting customers berate them over it?

>>See more takes on Japan earthquake photos here and at Tumblr.<<

(photo: AFP/Getty. caption: Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) president Masataka Shimizu (C) and company executives bow to evacuees to apologise for the accident at their company’s Fukushima daiichi no. 1 nuclear-power plant at a shelter at Koriyama in Fukushima prefecture on April 22, 2011. Families forced to flee their homes by radiation leaks from a tsunami-hit Japanese nuclear-power plant on Friday angrily berated the head of the operator as he apologised for the disaster.)

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