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The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness

Itís no secret that when people contradict themselves, it has the effect of making the flaws in their actions or statements seem glaringly obvious. But what about when WE ourselves get caught contradicting ourselves by someone else?

By: Nick Tumminello Added: January 6th, 2014
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    Nation prepares to remember 7/7

    "A two-minute silence is among public and private events to mark the first anniversary of the London bombings. "

    'The UK is preparing to mark the first anniversary of the London bombings that claimed 52 lives and injured hundreds.

    At 0850 BST - when bombs on three Underground trains went off - flowers will be laid at King's Cross station, near the scene of one of the attacks.

    At midday, a two-minute silence will be observed across the country, including Wimbledon and other events.

    A public ceremony will be held later in Regent's Park, with readings and a recital of the names of the dead.

    The commemoration comes as Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Ian Blair gives a firm warning that London must expect another attack.

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    There was phenomenal amount of police at all underground stations this morning when I used the underground to get to work.

    I'm not sure how many people will actually observe the two minute silence though.
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    people die every day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toki
    people die every day.
    Nice contribution arsehole
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    Ban him.

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    allow me to bring the big picture in to this...

    150,000+ people die every day.

    at the going rate of 2 minutes per 52 people...we need 5769.9 minutes of silence every day to remember our fallen.

    really, im not an *******...just over the whole random memorial thing, it's kind of insulting to the really horribly tragic things that go on every day around the word but get not even a mention.
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    Quote Originally Posted by toki
    allow me to bring the big picture in to this...

    150,000+ people die every day.

    at the going rate of 2 minutes per 52 people...we need 5769.9 minutes of silence every day to remember our fallen.

    really, im not an *******...just over the whole random memorial thing, it's kind of insulting to the really horribly tragic things that go on every day around the word but get not even a mention.
    That is not the point and you know it. You're out to cause offence. If i came on here and said the same blunt original comment on the Twin towers, i'd be kicked off in a shot.
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    not by me you wouldn't. if the mods are sensative to fact thats their own deal.

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    It's a remembrance thread, not a chance for you too cause offence with your badly-timed, blunt opinions.
    Last edited by J450n; 07-07-2006 at 01:55 AM.
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    DAMN! I missed the two minute silence......it's later than I thought. o well, I am on my own in the house so I wasn't making sound anyway.

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    toki your totally out of line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toki
    allow me to bring the big picture in to this...

    150,000+ people die every day.

    at the going rate of 2 minutes per 52 people...we need 5769.9 minutes of silence every day to remember our fallen.

    really, im not an *******...just over the whole random memorial thing, it's kind of insulting to the really horribly tragic things that go on every day around the word but get not even a mention.
    52 people were murdered for the crime of existing. I think 2 minutes of silence is in order.

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    I watched some coverage of the preparations in Britain this morning. My condolences to Londoners. I was in NYC on 9/11.
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