December 28, 2004
There Aren't Words
Like Jen, I really have no words for the disaster in South East Asia. Of course, disaster doesn't even begin to cover it. Biblical words like lamentation, cataclysm, desolation, and calamity keep going through my head. But what to actually say? I have no idea. What can you possibly say to convey such an unimaginable thing. And now I'm reading that the death toll is over 50,000. It just gets more horrific as every day passes.
Posted by Ithildin at December 28, 2004 9:59 AM
| PROCURE FINE OLD WORLD ABSINTHE
Accidentially looked at the front page of a news paper today. There was row upon row of dead children on that front page photograph.
That's the kind of thing that will numb you.
Just a terrible thing to happen on the day after christmas i mean is this the end times? is this armagedon? And i understand where some butt hole is trying to blame all those tsunamis(tidal waves)on global warmming what a jerk
(Hello, Ith! Guess who?)
I have no words for it either, but you give voice to how I feel about it. I'm shocked, and speechless. I wish them all peace; those who died and those who remain.
I was in class last night and one of my adult students says "This is just like that disaster movie that Al Gore was talking about. We're all in trouble now." Let's hope that such idiocy doesn't begin to spread.
Thousands of people are suffering unimaginable pain. The horrors and cruelty of life are mainfesting themselves before our televised eyes.
Dear Liberals...the sky isn't falling. Life is happening. Do something to help and stop trying to find someone to blame.
To superjerk al gore this is NOT becuase of global warming its a earthquake and a bad one i mean up to 80:000 dead and if you think its just like in that turkey THE DAY AFTER TOMORROW then your out of your friggin minds