A little bit of Crazieness in a mad, bad old world....
Yay!Good ol' Hamas;-)Now we just need to get that madeline one turned off.
...and wasn't he just amazingly composed in his interview.
Happy 4th of July!
I read this news too and couldn't resist the big smile that crept upon my face. What wonderful news in an otherwise bleak world!And to boot, he still found the energy to muster up his sense of humor as he joked about getting a haircut to get rid of the "just kidnapped" look LOL.Hope you're well hon!
Great news indeed. At last a story with a happy ending! :)
That made a great news. One of the fewgood ones in recent times.
BTW, I got here from Michele's!
"The last 16 weeks have been the very worst of my life," he added. "I was in the hands of people who were dangerous and unpredictable." How terrible he had to go through this, he is lucky he is free now. How long do we have to cope with things like this ? No to terrorism!Hi cq, Michele sent me to wish you a happy weekend :)Hi cq
That is good news. Hi, Michele sent me.
Hello, Michele sent me.That is good news. I mean I knew about the release but a simple little act like removing a ticker from your sidebar must feel pretty good. Good luck with your other tickers.
That's such awesome news...Michele sent me by, today! Hi CQ!
Michele sent me to say I love happy endings! I only caught a short bit of his interview, but I look forward to reading about him.
AMEN!Thank you for visiting my blog today!
Good news indeed. On this day at least, the press has not been silenced.Michele sent me,Mike.PS: Congrats on kicking the habit... I added a counter to my sidebar as well... 469 days so far!
Woo Hoo! Hugs to you for keeping the faith....prayers for him and his family. Miss you sweet friend! Michelle says hi!
It's quite something, we've been watching the coverage for the last few days.Hi from Michele's.
OMG! This is fantastic news! I'm so glad that things turned out the way they did.
Thank you, Lord!
I read that and was so very happy to see that he was frre! Congrats to all of Britain, and to him! And to you too, for keeping the faith with your tribute yo him...!
Brilliant news. I am glad that it is not the smoking ticker! Fed up totally with the rain. need work doing on my roof , waiting for the insurers to sort it! Have you escaped it?
I am so glad that he's free and home. I wish I understood the mindset of murderous people who have dedicated their lives to hatred and destruction. I wish our world could be softer and gentler.On the plus side, I see a lucrative book in his future. Sorry, the journalist couldn't resist a comment about the journalist. I'd do it, if for nothing more than to teach others the cost of hatred.
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