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Hope all our Norwegian TD fans and families are ok.

Shocking.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-14256712

Evil B******S

I meant to go downtown today, but didn't due to unappealing weather.
I'm sure the toll of dead would have been significantly higher had it been a sunny day...


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Mephistopheles wrote:
har wrote:
Hope all our Norwegian TD fans and families are ok.

Shocking.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-14256712

Evil B******S

I meant to go downtown today, but didn't due to unappealing weather.
I'm sure the toll of dead would have been significantly higher had it been a sunny day...

Caught this on the telly this morning and was completely shocked. I just couldn't believe what had happened. My sympathies go out to all those involved.

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Chris Monk wrote:
Mephistopheles wrote:
har wrote:
Hope all our Norwegian TD fans and families are ok.

Shocking.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-14256712

Evil B******S

I meant to go downtown today, but didn't due to unappealing weather.
I'm sure the toll of dead would have been significantly higher had it been a sunny day...

Caught this on the telly this morning and was completely shocked. I just couldn't believe what had happened. My sympathies go out to all those involved.


It has been a shocking weekend. Our people and country are deeply saddened.
The killer is now in custody at the police house just outside the block here where we live.
I am sitting here totally stunned, my feelings broken. Feels like nothing is important anymore.
But we are a strong people and a proud people. Our government, prime minister, royal house and all the volunteers and health personell together with police and fire personell has done, and does, a fantastic job these days.
Let's pray for brighter days.

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Terrible days indeed. Will be so in a long time to come.


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We Finns are also shocked and saddened by these horrible events in Oslo. We have suffered similar mad massacres in the form of school killings in the recent years but nothing of this scale.

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Let's pray for brighter days.

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Amen to that.

My heart really goes out to the people of Norway, who I've always found to be relaxed and friendly. So many young lives wasted.

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My thoughts are with the families of the victims of the M5 crash in Somerset,a dreadful incident :(

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My thoughts are with the families of the victims of the M5 crash in Somerset,a dreadful incident :(


Shocking accident. Real disaster. Makes you think about your family out driving. Hope no one on here has had anyone involved.

Polis investigating Fireworks at the Rugby Club next to the motorway :? amongst other contributing factors.

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best buy in uk has flopped, now comet is sold on for £2. times are tough all over. i suggest anyone with goods bought at comet look carefully at any warranty/hire purchase agreements they have.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-15650763

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i hope they know what they are doing

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bigmoog wrote:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-17214430


:cry: Must admit I liked the Monkees when I was a lad..


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:cry: Must admit I liked the Monkees when I was a lad..


Aye, liked them also. Had some good tunes.

My Mrs will be really upset about this, she loved him when she was a wee lass.


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Sad news. Remember those tunes well as a young lad. R-I-P :-(


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