What a horrible news! It's hard to even think of what's all the victims friends and relatives are going thru right now.Date: 4/16/2007 2:37:26 PM
It does make you wonder what is going on with these people. Sick.
I second that hikerchick, i'm going to give my loved ones some extra big hugs too...some people in the world are just sick...honestly this event and an event i was involved in sometimes makes me rethink the countries right to bear arms, i wonder what it would be like, although the people that shouldn't get the guns anyway would find some way to get them anyhow. my sincere condolences to the families involved...Date: 4/16/2007 3:16:15 PM
Just sad . . . I cannot imagine the horror for the victims and their families. What a tragedy!!! I am going home and giving my loved ones an extra hug tonight . . . just devastating news.
Dani, I did not see your post, I am so very sorry if I stepped on toes.Date: 4/16/2007 4:38:28 PM
I posted in World, didn''t see the thread here (thanks fire&ice)....
This is so sad, I study higher education management at Penn, so this is already part of the discussion. It feels way too soon, but many are just angry that there appears to be a two hour gap, and that students were not warned in an appropriate manner....
I cannot say enough how much I feel for the victims, their familys/friends, and the university-wide community. This is just unbelievable, and tragic...
thank god he is safe.Date: 4/16/2007 4:36:26 PM
My husband was supposed to go there for work today. Thank God, he didn''t. Our phone has been ringing all day, with his coworkers calling to make sure he is OK. He won''t be going down there at all this week. We are in a state of shock.