Yeah. I'm going to have to go ahead and say that everyone should come in on Saturday. We're going to be playing a little catch-up to match Japan's $500 million donation. Yeah, oh and I think everyone should come in on Sunday at the regular time too. If you all could do that, that'd be greeeat.
don't get me wrong, i empathize with the fmilies who have been affected with the tsunami but we all gotta think why this disaster happened. Could it be because man has abused mother nature so many times with all the pollution we brought through our beautiful earth which for the very fact she tried to save? maybe this disaster is a wake up call from her telling us humans to take care of what we have because in a matter of minutes she can easily take it away. i feel bad for all the families who have lost a loved one but we have to think about why it happened. what did we as abusers of nature do to let this horific incident happen? what's done is done and all we could do now is weep and help the victims but befre we govea heling hand we have to think a solution to prevent this from happening again
I agree that the degradation of the environment is a major concern to the safekeeping of the world.BUT I havn't seen any evidence that the tsunami is linked to this, as other major natural disasters which we are reminded of from time to time do happen on our dear earth...please share with us your evidence!thanks,cookiesap
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