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I think the message benihd this video is far above the sphere of our comments... how true it is!!!! what jannat they are going to get when they are creating hell on earth.... is blood of innocent children and mothers going to make god happy? Are the list of victims not including their muslim brothers? So many muslims are also dieing in the bomb blasts everyday... These guys are simply criminals, nonsense and devils who want only violence.

This is a very informative pgroram. I would recommend airing this another time. It's very educational to grieving parents, it helps parents to still grieve, because as a parent you always will, but it helps to live with it. An example being the charity events in Tristan's name. I would also recommend interviewing grandparents who have gone through a similar experience.I know as a parent/grandparent I found it to be very difficult in the sense that Who do you grieve for? Your child who lost their child? Yourself who lost a grandchild?I know I would be very intersted in hearing how another couple (grandparents) deal with their grief.Thank you.Linda

I have no idea where to go next, I really REALLY mean it! This story has been stuck in the mud since (checks the doeuncmt properties) oh dear lord, September 2005!So come on, more ideas!We need setting (some kind of office is implied from the intro, but what sort of office/how big is open).We need a wider cast of characters.And perhaps most importantly, we need a plot. Or at least a goal that Colin will be aiming towards. So far the CC thinks Colin needs a pet, Moose has some madcap scheme involving global warming and a character straight out of the pages of a Clive Cussler novel, whilst JB just seems to want to hear more about Amanda the Well Endowed :rolleyes_wp:Oh, and expect something with minimal dialogue. I suck at doing voices. My father was always great doing the voices when he read for me as a kid. Sadly, that's one talent I haven't inherited.(And I do apologize for the style, but I was heavily under the influence of Tom Holt (and thesis stress) when I wrote that bit).

Hot damn, looking petrty useful buddy.

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