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Discussion in 'Mayberry Lounge' started by Woldog, Jan 10, 2018.
I always thought the ol’ cook was quite a pessimist, although he ended up being right.
He kept things real
And no-one had mentioned Japan tsunami which was close to 20000
Yes of course, the Japan Tsunami was a terrible thing as well. The 2004 Tsunami was so horrific I'm still trying to process that day all these years later. Almost 300k dead, unimaginable. Many of the victims were never found because they were dragged out to sea.
This happened during my first trip to England as a kid.
Tarver KOd Jones.
Barrera sonned Hamed.
Rampage KOd Liddell.
Mcgregor KOd Aldo.
I watched the towers go down, that's one memory I'd love to erase.
Had a friend who was supposed to be on guard duty at the towers that day, but his mum got in an accident so his mate took the shift for him... to this day he still feels guilty that he didn't go to work.
Seeing Vince McMahon on Nitro.
He shouldn't, he didn't know anything like that would happen.
I live really close to where the towers were, I miss seeing them, everything changed since then.
The London bombs were another one for me.
holy shit im tired i just read this as "what would you stick in your mouth"
Im going on 3 hours of sleep
Obama being elected was awesome
Bruce Jenner becoming Caitlyn
Obama saying martyr Trayvon Martin could have been "his son."
Benoit family murder suicide
I watched the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster live at school. Shit was crazy.
Invasion of Panama
First Gulf War was weird for me because I wasn't sure if Iraq could attack us at home so I was kinda worried.
Of course 9/11
I'm curious now.
1993 Invasion of Iraq, Shock and Awe on CNN
i was there, remember hundreds of church bells and all the cyclists pulling over to observe. saw the balloon release in the city centre too