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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Scotland, Sep 3, 2004.
For those poor families who experienced such tragedy today, those images will never leave my head.
I assume you're referring to those in Russia...
My heart and prayers go out to them too...I'm sure that they're all now in the loving arms of the God to whom they pray.
Brings tears to my eyes...
the older I get, the more I understand the great treasure that our children (every one of them) are. I am saddened beyond words...
My Lord, what's happened? I haven't heard any news at all. Initially I thought you were referring to the hurricane. I must truly live under a rock.
Can someone post a newslink?
no words to describe this horror.
The terrorists must be really prepared to die...
´cause in Russia these actions have been pretty rough by the Putin´s forces also, plenty of innocents die, so there is less need to respect the life of persons who made this happen. No Guantamano(?) whatever in that area. Better not get caught, though they deserve it ...
I'm speechless. That's just so amazing that some people can be cold-blooded enough to do this to children in their own school to further their political cause. I just rambled on and on, and don't really know what to say, so I deleted most of it. Prayers going out to the children and their families.
I just makes me feel so sad and angry at the same time.
here's a pic of a lucky guy and his son
what that poor kid saw
that's a pic from today
Your right Lenny
That sweet young boy, will have this with him the rest of his life.
And the parents that werent so lucky,.......
It just makes me feel sick to my stomach.
I just want to go hug my boys.
It's killing me.
That little boy in his father's arms looks just like my boy
when he was that age....this is absolutely heartbreaking
maybe more than even 9/11 more like Oklahoma City
when all those kids in the day-care center were killed.
The Russians will go after all of them until none of them
The problem is that the Russian millitary tends to do just that. Sometimes things get out of hand. My thoughts are with the kids who escaped the school, and the families of those who didn't, but they are also with the people of Chechnya who have seen their hospitals bombed, and their homes destroyed.
I feel for all the innocent people on both sides of the conflict, and I feel something different towards those who perpetuate it.