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05-10-2013 04:59 AM
lhuo000 O so sad news that is i also have no word to discuss this because i am so sorrowful at this time.Such a bad violence..What update about the marathon?
04-17-2013 07:10 PM
morriscsps Awww! The evening news ended their newscast with some therapy dogs going into the local hospitals to give the victims and the staff some doggie lovings... Two huge fluffy Golden Retrievers.

You just got to love the Goldens. However I constantly am baffled as to how the owners control the loose hair long enough to go into a hospital. Whenever I meet a Golden, there is always a halo of loose hair following it.

I love that there are therapy dogs.
04-17-2013 11:17 AM
sandypaws Oh, Marina. What a dreadful way to live. I can't even begin to imagine the fear you felt all those years. Thank God you made it through all of that and a stronger person, I bet.
04-17-2013 10:59 AM
Originally Posted by Missy View Post
Yes, four years of war situation here. From 1991. to 1995. We started to joke with visitors that they have unique opportunity to pay $1 for public bus ticket which will take them into the war zone. Worse part of that is the whole thing was not a joke at all!
I want to catch a golden fish to ask her for two wishes. First wish - all weapons to dissapear! Second wish - all money to disapear! Without money and weapons our planet would change dramatically!
04-17-2013 10:42 AM
Missy (((Marina)))

04-17-2013 09:18 AM
Originally Posted by Missy View Post
Marina, I am not a journalist but write and produce promos for a PBS documentary series that does report on the horrors of the world (one of the few left who does) the most common comment I get when I tell people I work for FRONTLINE is: "wow, what a great, important show. But you know, I don't watch, cause it's so depressing' My take is journalists would love to report these tragic events around the world, but people in general don't want to hear it. And if they do want to know they want a headline-- not a 10,000 word report or an indepth documentary. They just don't pull in ratings like LIVE coverage of a tragedy here in America.

As a Bostonian, this hit home. And maybe it is due to my accidents on Friday, but I am just numb from the 24/7 coverage on every station. So much "news" and so little information.
May morning 1995. I just had shower and prapared braekfast, put a chair and small table on my balcony to have breakfast outside. But suddenly I heard strong whistling sound and saw missile flying just above my building. Then another one! And another one! The first missile hit national theatre, killed some ballet dancers and badly injured others. Second missile hit children hospital - a lot od injured kids and those on operating tables nearly died because missile hit hospital power station. Third one hit police station and nearly missed american embassy! That is not all - those missiles were cluster bombs and whole downtown Zagreb was full of dangerous explosive stuff for days! This is something that I will never forget! Images are so vivid! This morning I have put that same table on my balcony to have breakfast and everything came back!
04-16-2013 06:16 PM
Originally Posted by RitaandRiley View Post
Missy, DH recently taped the Frontline show on Syria and was watching it after dinner. I really enjoy Nova and have learned to watch that even if the subject doesn't interest me. I ended up having to leave and go upstairs to watch something different. I tried but I couldn't take it.
Rita, I totally understand. That was an especially hard to watch show (but proof that someone covers this stuff) I can't watch anything hard when I get home. I engage in madmen, idol, love it or list it, pawn stars, downton, you get it... Nothing i need to think or feel about. But I can't talk tv with people I work with except madmen and downton...those pass the nose in the air muster) I often wonder if I would be happier if I had a different career.

04-16-2013 05:24 PM
Originally Posted by krandall View Post
I agree. I have a good friend who is Muslim. He sent out a piece from a Muslim newspaper last night, where the columnist wrote that good Muslims everywhere cringe when something happens in the U.S. (or London or France...) thinking, "PLEASE don't let it be a Muslim!" Because then the whole community gets tarred with the same brush. There are atrocities to go around. Unfortunately, there are bad people everywhere.
I did the same thing. Let it be a whack-a-doodle with no Muslim/religious /extremist terrorist connections.

Of course, a whack-a-doodle is just as bad.
04-16-2013 05:10 PM
RitaandRiley Missy, DH recently taped the Frontline show on Syria and was watching it after dinner. I really enjoy Nova and have learned to watch that even if the subject doesn't interest me. I ended up having to leave and go upstairs to watch something different. I tried but I couldn't take it.
04-16-2013 04:42 PM
clare So sad about the terrible events in Boston.DH and I have very happy memories from our trips to Boston,we have done all the touristy things there.Such violence is unacceptable any where in the world.
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