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2011/03/24 14:16:15 (permalink)

Earthquake in Burma/Thailand

Magnitude 7 near Laos border!!
post edited by kitty - 2011/03/24 14:18:55
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Re:Earthquake in Thailand 2011/03/24 14:17:15 (permalink)
news article?
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Re:Earthquake in Thailand 2011/03/24 14:19:31 (permalink)
Not got one yet mate, just read it on twitter. Just got news on and heard it's actually Burma/Thailand border
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Re:Earthquake in Thailand 2011/03/24 14:22:09 (permalink)
Just googled it and this thread is 2nd highest on google. brb deleting posts.
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Re:Earthquake in Thailand 2011/03/24 14:37:18 (permalink)
Actually the headlines on sky news looks like it's been 2 earthquakes
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Re:Earthquake in Thailand 2011/03/24 14:49:27 (permalink)

Awesome pic, but Tony you're not doing yourself many favours posting up tips on preventing the gag reflex and then a picture of a guy touching his toes - Ak
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Re:Earthquake in Thailand 2011/03/24 14:57:19 (permalink)
It happened in Myanmar if anyone is familiar with the area.
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Re:Earthquake in Thailand 2011/03/24 15:22:40 (permalink)
What is happening to this world?
 
Wars and Earthquakes! Disease and famine! Terrorism and Hate! Rape and Murder! Greed and Corruption!
 
I think it's a good time to remind ourselves how ****ing lucky we are if we are not affected by any of this sh1t'
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Re:Earthquake in Thailand 2011/03/24 15:23:58 (permalink)
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What is happening to this world?

Wars and Earthquakes! Disease and famine! Terrorism and Hate! Rape and Murder! Greed and Corruption!

I think it's a good time to remind ourselves how ****ing lucky we are if we are not affected by any of this sh1t'

 
Not sure if you are taking the piss or not - but couldn't agree more with you. Unfortunately all of this is an inevitability of life though..
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Re:Earthquake in Thailand 2011/03/24 15:26:43 (permalink)
Don't worry the british government will be out there to assist in a heart beat

Festar: You can't plead poverty with 2 cars. That's like a little Kenyan chap pleading poverty with 2 packets of uncle bens rice hidden under his bed.
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Re:Earthquake in Thailand 2011/03/24 15:29:18 (permalink)
Sure, it's a natural part of life on earth. It's not all supposed to be plain sailing, but with so much going on in the world, I am just thankful that living in London, I have a much better chance of prospering than other parts of the world. This I am truly grateful for.
 
I am susceptible of many things living here, certainly. But I sure don't worry about natural disasters as well as all the other stuff that makes life hard enough.
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Re:Earthquake in Thailand 2011/03/24 15:33:15 (permalink)
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Sure, it's a natural part of life on earth. It's not all supposed to be plain sailing, but with so much going on in the world, I am just thankful that living in London, I have a much better chance of prospering than other parts of the world. This I am truly grateful for.

I am susceptible of many things living here, certainly. But I sure don't worry about natural disasters as well as all the other stuff that makes life hard enough.


You've got suicide bombings at the London olympics to look forward to instead

Festar: You can't plead poverty with 2 cars. That's like a little Kenyan chap pleading poverty with 2 packets of uncle bens rice hidden under his bed.
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Re:Earthquake in Thailand 2011/03/24 15:38:53 (permalink)
Agree with redbull why do the British government need to be involved in everything. Disasters or war no wonder the countries in debt
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Re:Earthquake in Thailand 2011/03/24 15:41:05 (permalink)
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Agree with redbull why do the British government need to be involved in everything. Disasters or war no wonder the countries in debt


It depends where the incident takes place, whether the country effected can be useful to us in the future and it also helps if they have a sh1t load of oil!
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Re:Earthquake in Thailand 2011/03/24 15:49:36 (permalink)
Indeed BBC i was being facetious.

Festar: You can't plead poverty with 2 cars. That's like a little Kenyan chap pleading poverty with 2 packets of uncle bens rice hidden under his bed.
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Re:Earthquake in Thailand 2011/03/24 15:54:20 (permalink)
Red Bull

Indeed BBC i was being facetious.

I love when you talk dirty
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Re:Earthquake in Thailand 2011/03/24 15:56:06 (permalink)
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Red Bull

Indeed BBC i was being facetious.

I love when you talk dirty

LOL as you can tell I can't spell

Festar: You can't plead poverty with 2 cars. That's like a little Kenyan chap pleading poverty with 2 packets of uncle bens rice hidden under his bed.
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Re:Earthquake in Thailand 2011/03/24 15:58:38 (permalink)
That's spelt right isn't it?! lol, if not then I can't spell either.
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Re:Earthquake in Thailand 2011/03/24 16:02:42 (permalink)
Didn't feel anything!
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Re:Earthquake in Thailand 2011/03/24 16:08:55 (permalink)
It is spelt right! Its just a good word though!
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