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ya know, in a way their survivors are some of the lucky ones. They know their
John Doe got on plane X, and most definately didnt survive. They know they can
But newscasts just showed local hospitals, with people with photos, of their
partucular loved ones ... a mother, father, sister, brother, fiance....__all
wondering "is she here? is he there? did she survvve? where is he?" I feel sorry
for all those people...
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From: "Kay Ethier" <kethier -at- travelthepath -dot- com>
> Those poor passengers on those planes...
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