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Will carpal your tunnel in a minute. Location: Melbourne, Australia
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Posted:My auntie came back from Thailand about a week prior to this occurring. While I'm thankful she was not on the flight, I feel for those who are on that flight or who are connected in some way to those onboard
Posted:Scared the crap out of me.So many friends that travel between phuket and bangkok on a regular basis, hard to make sure everyone okay.
I am travelling right now, and had thought about flying... as it was the train we were booked on was derailed( crashed of the tracks) , and we had to get smuggled on a random bus in the middle of the night to get here- bangkok...
So many people sad and worried. Quite heartbreaking, really.
"God *was* my co-pilot, but then we crashed, and I had to eat him..."