Thursday, January 21, 2010

same old tales..

well. it has happened again... tragedy struck and all fingers are pointing everywhere... i'm talking about the dragon boat tragedy in penang. before tragedy happened, no one bothers whether the students were training with life jackets or not, no one bother to say that procedures were not adhered to. now, it's.. whose fault? whose mistake? i would feel that sometimes, these things just happen, it's god's will.. fate... no one is to be blamed.. of course these can be avoided if there are more adherance to rules and regulations. the rules and regulations are drawn up to prevent mishaps or tragedies.. so, when students want teachers to take them on trips either on a study tour or camping trips, don't blame teachers for their reluctance to do so...

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  1. One of the victim is chung ling high school leo club's president. I am so Sad to hear about that. Condolence to them.

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  2. there are many tragedies have happened recently...when i was reading newspaper and saw the relevant news...i was so sad to hear about it...lack of relief supplies in Haiti...dragon boat's mishap and so on...'safety is paramount'...isn't it?

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  3. me too, MrPoh.I think this tragedy happened either the school careless or the trainer not enough knowledge about the safety on the sea.

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  4. tragedies happen but sometimes unnecessary lives are lost owing to hman negligence. we ought to be more aware the dangers lurking everywhere.. read today's paper (2/2/2010)? a kid was knocked down by a school bus while cycling to school.... so sad....

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  5. the careless of the school bus driver??or the careless of the kid??GOD knows...

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  6. is it all of the humans being are fated to succumb even though they have tried their best to confront against the fate??speechless...

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  7. it's a matter of believe but when things happen that are beyond our control... that's considered fate?

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