Think the phrase says it all
1. The fact that anyone can do something this horrible is just sad.
2. How dare the state offer a $40k reward, when the victim is one of the well to-do's of Colombia society but brush the other victims under the carpet.
It is hard to listen to China complain about it's national soverignty when it is blatantly moving in on it's neighbors. While India is mad at Pakistan for releasing a terror suspect while they can't protect their own female citizens from their male counterparts.
It's turning me off from reading the news which will greatly reduce my amount of time online as I am not a social network addict or have to constantly find out what's new in gadgets, guess what, it's the same thing as the last phone with somewhat better specs.
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