A Japanese 7-Eleven re-opens without a building after the tsunami May 16, 2011• By Abraham• (via Super Punch) Share on Facebook Ready for Another One?Give us a few more minutes and we'll make you laugh, cry, gasp, or ache... Guaranteed! Pink Floyd’s “The Wall” performed by a Mariachi band in a Mexican restaurant Andrew Sullivan on how often you should update your blog Get the best of 22 Words in your inbox Like 22 Words on Facebook comments Cheryl says: It is amazing how fast humans can pick up and carry-on. May God protect his people, in Jesus name. Three says: I can understand people wearing masks in the tsunami zone but does anyone know why so many people wear them in Japan? Asian says: If you live in very dense cities, it’s easy for disease transmit very quickly. You see this trend with asian cities like Hong Kong as well. Also some food sellers just wear masks just because. roman says: notice that 7-eleven isn’t a human… roman says: *2 : pollution of the air Jenni says: #2 – we lived in Japan for three years and I think there are multiple reasons for wearing masks. I was told that if you are sick you would wear a mask out of consideration for others. Mark says: That’s because 7-eleven Japan invested a lot in its enterprise architecture.