It's so tragic, so horrible. So many lives have been lost and I can only think about how painful it would be. Thousands of school children crushed, and yet only 12 rescued despite all the efforts... Imagine being a father of your only child, and after losing your home, your wife and your child how would you feel? It frustrates me to think that right now people are probably sitting on their couch, eating McDonalds and hoping that Big Brother will air again next year.
What has become of the human race?
Have we no compassion or sympathy?
I just want to kill the next person who whines to me about not having enough ice cream to eat.
To Pepper: Yes. Packing a dinner to them is really going to help. I've already donated all the money I own, besides it was my own relatives that died in that earthquake, who do you think you are to tell me off?
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
I know I'm part of that problem.
Not fearing my own death, it's kinda hard for me to get broke up when people in another country die in a earthquake.
- pepperLv 61 decade ago
And what have you done to alleviate the suffering of the Chinese besides pontificate on Y/A? And - I assume you did eat your dinner instead of packing it off to the Chinese.
Edit: It's laudable that you've send aid, but it is not right to berate people self-righteously as you've done about a tragedy that no doubt everyone is concerned about. Your threatening the next person who whines with violence is what is upsetting. So you will attack if people don't donate to the same causes you have? Besides how do you know people haven't. From what I have observed, people are doing what they can. There are many disasters in the world and obviously since most people have limited resources they have to pick and choose the causes they support.
I greatly sympathize but your diatribe was offensive.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
show must go on
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- Jane Z.Lv 61 decade ago
I know what you mean.