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    Member Thespis377's Avatar
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    Just wanted a moment of silence

    for the 7 lost in the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster....

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    Ditto

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    Truely tragic.... My heart is with their families.
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    Fold for Team 32, fold for the cure.

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    God bless our lost astronauts and their families.

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    ditto, didn't hear about it until I saw this thread...
    Fold with team 32 to save lives!

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    Man this is sad....

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    Yes, I just heard about that. Such a tragedy, my heart goes out to those who were lost and their families.

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    Hello:sn:

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    i also didn't know about this until i saw this thread my thoughts and prayers are with their families.

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    Sad ............ condolences to any here who may have family or friends involved .
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    *silent*

    a prayer for the lost...

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    Member Chris's Avatar
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    this is the first i have heard of it
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    yeah I awoke to this horror on the news..........thought I was dreaming. My thoughts go to the brave people in this world who are the great pioneers risking their lives to make this world (space) a better place to live.

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    like elroy, this is the second time i have woken up to a disaster, last one 9-11, words escape me at the moment to convaey the amount of loss i feel, not just for America, but for the world.
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    just my version of a moment of silence for the lost of the 7 brave souls.
    Last edited by dagamore; 02-01-03 at 07:20 PM.

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    OMG This was the first I heard, dont watch to much TV, then turned it on

    R.I.P !!!!

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    My prayers are with them. I heard about it when I was in a computer shop looking for heatsinks.

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    Its sad, these missions have become so common you forget how truly dangerous it really is.
    God bless the astronauts and their families, and anyone who puts their life on the line to better our lives. including all the armed forces in the persian gulf.
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    They died living their dreams. That's more than what most people can ask for. They knew of the risk of being an astronaut. I can only hope to live out my dream one day too.

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