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Did you watch live coverage of the hunt for the Boston bomber Friday?

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WatchDog

Apr-22-13 9:43 PM

Ditto!

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Kozy62

Apr-21-13 8:50 PM

Great post Patti...

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swager

Apr-21-13 3:45 PM

Off track. 12 man sleeper cell being hunted who supported this mus trash. I don't watch tv. It is worthless in this country.

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ladybug

Apr-21-13 7:21 AM

I think the question requires a yes or no answer .

Personally most think the services did an excellent job. But then sone chose to go off track . Good day

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ladybug

Apr-21-13 7:14 AM

It was in the articile bug . Huh

Did you watch the the live coverage,

Don't see it there anywhere NS.

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swager

Apr-21-13 6:43 AM

I'm reading in foriegn news that the brothers and the "person of interest" were double agents and bit the hand that fed them, as a few have done in the past. A lot more here than meets the eye.

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Kozy62

Apr-20-13 12:26 PM

Yes, We watched...have a good time in Salem, Bob.

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PattiHannah

Apr-20-13 11:36 AM

Of course I watched. We had men and women in harms ways. I even paced the floor a few times, praying that these men and women would be able to go home to their loved ones and walk into their anxious warm embraces.

When the suspect was taken into custody, I let out a long drawn breath. I paused for a moment and thought about the families and victims that endured the pain and suffering these cowards inflicted with their torture on April 15th in the streets of Boston and how the sadness and anger swept across our nation. Acknowledging... that those innocent lives will never be the same again.

I felt the mixed emotions of sadness but yet the sense of relief that this horrific crime had not happened here.

I softly spoke a prayer for our first responders here locally. May they never endure the challenges of the dreadful day. I prayed for their safety in their every day challenges we face here at home.

Then I called my loved ones, if anything, just to hear their voices.

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ladybug

Apr-20-13 8:38 AM

Beaumont. Absolutely right on . Sorry

These people did one*****of a job !!!!!

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ladybug

Apr-20-13 8:36 AM

What does Benghazi have to do with the topic ????

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Beaumont

Apr-20-13 7:45 AM

Yes I watched the finest in the world in action. Now I can read about something that has nothing to do with the question, cry and moan about the little world they live in. Great day on my way to Salem!

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ladybug

Apr-20-13 7:19 AM

A job well done by all agencies.

Too bad the rest of the people in washington can't fuction as a team .

Benghazi. Kind of reminds me of the lie Bush and Cheney told us to get 4000 american soldiers killed,35000 wounded and end up costing the tax payer between 4 & 6 trillion dollars.

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