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3 more incidents in london tube. No mention of bombs though.
21st Jul 2005, 13:36   | tags:,

JudgeTredd says:

gosh. man dropped lolly in escalator. baby terrified by pigeon. ever get the impression that the press are a bunch of numptys? THIS IS EXACTLY WHAT THE TERRORISTS WANT it's called terrorism for a reason.

22nd Jul 2005, 12:30

seaneeboy says:

22nd Jul 2005, 12:35

Joe says:

Judge, are you suggesting that the media shouldn't report these things? I mean 4 bombs failed to go off...I think thats press worthy

22nd Jul 2005, 12:36

kostika says:

I shouldn't laugh, but that is funny sean :o)

22nd Jul 2005, 12:39

rikaitch says:

Joe: I don't think Judge is suggesting that, but it seems the mass hysteria this time round is showing us that the terrorists are winning.

22nd Jul 2005, 12:42

kostika says:

I posted the story cause I hadn't seen any mention of it on here yet. Sharing what i knew as I'm sure there are others, like myself, who can't watch the news all day.

22nd Jul 2005, 12:46

Joe says:

Rikaitch: I disagree, I think the fact that people are carrying on as usual, generally speaking, shows the opposite.
I mean it's not like there has been a mass exodus out of London, and from the media reports, everyone is very calm.

22nd Jul 2005, 12:47

seaneeboy says:

Cheers Kos - I don't want to appear flippant though, it's understood what a horrible set of events this is.

22nd Jul 2005, 15:07

kostika says:

Sometimes even horrible things can be funny. And laughing at tings like this can also help us get past the terribleness of it and carry on with life.

22nd Jul 2005, 15:14

kel says:

Much like the way 'Panic' by the Smiths ran through my head as I went out to get my lunch yesterday...

22nd Jul 2005, 15:42

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