London bombings toll rises to 38
daniel at fooishbar.org
Sat Jul 9 10:28:48 UTC 2005
On Fri, Jul 08, 2005 at 07:49:14AM +0100, Jon Dixon wrote:
> Maybe it's because Ubuntu aspires to 'humanity to others', and values
> human life unlike those who carried out and support such attacks.
Yes, but there are many other causes -- think famine, poverty, and lack
of proper access to essential, life-saving medicines, as well as general
conflict-related murder (whether it be open warfare, insurgency,
historical and/or territorial conflict, gangs, whatever) -- that kill
many, many more, every day.
While the bombings were utterly deplorable and tragic, as I think we
can all agree, I don't think that ubuntu-users is the best place for it,
given it is already bursting at the seams with mail.
sounder at lists.ubuntu.com, our off-topic list, would be a much better
But I don't run the list, I just lurk here.
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