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2 years ago

Often Typhoons Come

 

Tonight half southern Japan is hunched down awaiting the arrival of the typhoon. This is #15 for the Pacific area this year, and the 3rd one in about six months ahead our way.

Incidentally, in case you are not quite sure exactly what a typhoon is, it is the Asian name for tropical storms or hurricanes.

Our little town around 18,000 has only one market -- its white beach -- and it waits all year for the two hottest summer months when thousands of tourists originate from all over Japan to rest in the sun and play in the peaceful little bay.

And this specific night, town decided its annual fireworks display. They've some thing called 'Message Fireworks' where a guest gives up to hundred dollars for somebody to read a statement of his undying love just before a volley of fireworks are fired off. This one event increases thousands of dollars for the city.

Moreover, the local merchants create a significant element of their annually revenue through the summer months.

But tonight the beach is dark. No fireworks will impress the crowds today. No concession booths will provide snacks, and no individuals will gather to enjoy the summertime show.

All those plans. All the money dedicated to food, in merchandise, in fireworks that capture 200 yards in to the air.

Then when a typhoon comes -- and no number of 'good thinking' can stop it happening from time to time -- the stores here only sigh, suck it up, and go to Plan B, that is to use again tomorrow night. And if that will not work, then next weekend.

You see, they have seen it all before. They understand that sometimes things CAN get in-the method of their programs. So that they remain flexible. They have contingencies, Plan B's and even Plan C's. For additional information, you might want to peep at: analysis.

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When stuff happens -- and it'll -- what is your Plan B and your Plan C? Don't have one? Then shouldn't you see getting one?

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But to get a backup plan, you first need a plan. And of course you've got one of those... right?.