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January 27, 2010


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Just for today I will be agreeable. I will look as well as I can, dress becomingly, talk low, act courteously, criticize not one bit,and try not to improve or regulate anybody but myself.

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This is terrible. How can you live everyday knowing your safety is at risk.

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Awfully scary. I'm glad you are okay.

You guys need to invest in blast film -- we had it in Afghanistan (I was the country director for an NGO there). It's not cheap, but I understand that most people are injured or killed by flying glass in an explosion. A good NGO security person can tell you of things you can buy to protect yourself without isolating yourself from the population, and blast film is one of them.


sorry your office was destroyed, glad you are okay.


Envisioning those rooms full of busy people, and then chaos. Thank heavens this did not happen to you. And how terrible, that in other rooms, there were people, who were not as fortunate. The hatred of those who bomb is hard enough to understand: the willingness of others to buy non-functional 'bomb detectors' at exorbitant rates paid for by the people of Iraq is impossible to grasp. Can any amount of money be worth the death and suffering of innocents? Stay safe, dear McC (and CSM!) staff.

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