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Jul 24 2012
By: JAHoE Wastelander 487 posts
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Missing Colorado Gamers

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I would like to bring up a sensitive subject which has been all over the news lately with the recent events that occurred in Aurora Colorado regarding the theatre shooting.

I've realized that many of us that live no where near the location of the shooting may have actually been effected by this tragedy. It's also possible that members of the Playstation community may be directly effected such as victims themselves, Their children, their families and their friends.

These missing users may also be employees of the theatre, EMS, The fire department, The police department, the Hospital or any member of the Colorado community.

I'd also like to remind everyone that there are children who use this network and it is possible that your children have friendships or relationships with victims they have met online. In this case we should watch closely for any changes more so than normal.

 

I would also like to remind everyone that this is a sensitive subject which we should all take serious consideration in how and where we discuss this topic as any joking or bullying could have devastating effects on those involved.

 

I personally send my heart out to all who are directly or indirectly effected by this.

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Jul 24, 2012

I wasn't involved in this, but I do hope that the people are cooperating with this tragic event. I pray for anyone who has to go through this and was a part of it.

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Wonderful of you Jahoe to think of those who lost loved ones. it's not an easy thing to lose someone you love. Life can be really depressing at times when you read things like this. 

 

 

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Jul 25, 2012

even pro trollers should know where the line is. it's sad that anyone would think of that in a time such as this. I for one do not know anyone affected by this, but i keep my thoughts positive for all who are.

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Jul 25, 2012
I know someone in Colorado, I don't know if they were affected by this, as we haven't spoken in awhile. I also send my thoughts and prayers to those who were touched by this, and hope they find peace, in the days to come.
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Jul 25, 2012
A day or two before the shootings in Colorado a community near where I live in Canada had a bbq shooting that killed 3 and wounded over 20 people including a 6 year old girl. Smaller in loss of life but just as tragic and disturbing. Around the world violence has touched many people here and the people we love. My thoughts and prayers to the survivors and loved ones of the victims. Lead by example everyone and be the change you want out of society. Love ya homies!
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Jul 25, 2012

Thank You, JAHoE for a timely reminder of how we all should comport ourselves after a tragic event such as this.

 

I have not heard any insensitive discussion on this subject. I believe that all members of the Home Communtity, are as shocked and saddened as I am over the loss of Life and Health of the innocent in Aurora, Colordo.

 

My prayers have, and will continue to be said, for all involved.

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Jul 25, 2012

I hate this kind of news. Stark reminders that the outside world events as tragic and senseless as they are.. Just be thankful we have friends and family. Appreciate what you have. The real world can be crazy place.

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Jersquall wrote:

I hate this kind of news. Stark reminders that the outside world events as tragic and senseless as they are.. Just be thankful we have friends and family. Appreciate what you have. The real world can be crazy place.


Yeah, and treat every day like it is your last because you never know what might happened tomorrow. Enjoy every second of life because you will never get it back, NEVER!!!!!!!!!. 

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Jul 25, 2012

Thank You JAHoE much respect.

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