minutes silence?

February 8, 2008 2:57am CST
what do you think of people who purposefully disrupt a minutes silence in respect for the dead? as manchester united have promised to ban for life any one found making a purposefull disruption to the mminutes silence in resapect for the buzby babes who died in the munich air disaster. personally i think that anyone with enough dis-respect to violate such a sad time & pitiful tribute to the lives of eight brilliant players cut short in the prime of their careers, does not deserve to go to football matches, as their only there to cause disruption, they dont love the game, they love the aggro!
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@p1kef1sh (45640)
8 Feb 08
I agree with your sentiment. But this should also be reflected in our attitude to Remembrance Day on 11 November. It doesn't take long and means so much. Yet every year I notice that more and more people don't bother to stop and just for a minute, contemplate the fact that if it were not for the sacrifice of others, we would not be here now and free to enjoy the lives that we have.