Deepest Sympathies

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Deepest Sympathies

Dinesh Ned
Dinesh Ned

March 11th, 2004, 2:05 pm #1

I would just like to write to this Spanish forum to express my shock and horror when I heard the news about the multiple bomb blasts that killed over 170 and injured many more.
Spanish modellers have been a tremendous source of inspiration and encouragement to many modellers around the world, myself included, and I count it my privilege to know a few of you.
To any of this fraternity or their loved ones who may have suffered directly or indirectly, the deepest sympathies and condolences from a small group of us here in Singapore. May God be with you all.

Sincere best wishes,
Dinesh Ned
sinsling@hotmail.com

p.s.~ Please excuse my using English, and my apologies to any who might feel this is out of topic.
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Joined: August 6th, 2002, 7:08 pm

March 11th, 2004, 7:21 pm #2

I just wanted to echo what Dinesh has already said.
I'm sure I speak for all us modellers in the UK when I say we're thinking of you.
I just hope, as some small consellation, that none of you are directly affected.

Sincerely,

Darren.
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Mig Jimenez
Mig Jimenez

March 11th, 2004, 7:48 pm #3

I would just like to write to this Spanish forum to express my shock and horror when I heard the news about the multiple bomb blasts that killed over 170 and injured many more.
Spanish modellers have been a tremendous source of inspiration and encouragement to many modellers around the world, myself included, and I count it my privilege to know a few of you.
To any of this fraternity or their loved ones who may have suffered directly or indirectly, the deepest sympathies and condolences from a small group of us here in Singapore. May God be with you all.

Sincere best wishes,
Dinesh Ned
sinsling@hotmail.com

p.s.~ Please excuse my using English, and my apologies to any who might feel this is out of topic.
Sincerily, today morning I was shocked with the news from Madrid. It affect all us directly, and of course it affect to the modelling directly, because when something like this happen, you haven't illusion for make models. But...I think that this kind of terrorism is the same that in other countries. Each day we see this horrible news from Russia, Israel, irak, USA or Italy.... Sometimes is more catastrophic. Other times...only an anonymus civilian was killed. But always is the same. I think that nothing will change (as minimun here).

This is why the only thing that I can do now is make more models than before. My life could be very SHORT if tomorrow I take my train with a bomb under my seat.

This is why...I don't want spend my time without make models, until I die! This is my life.

Thank for your support guys.
Mis mas sinceras condolencias para todos aquellos que han perdido a sus seres queridos en el atentado, y mis animos para los que han sobrevivido a el.

MIG Jimenez
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Lawrence Goh
Lawrence Goh

March 12th, 2004, 1:56 am #4

I would just like to write to this Spanish forum to express my shock and horror when I heard the news about the multiple bomb blasts that killed over 170 and injured many more.
Spanish modellers have been a tremendous source of inspiration and encouragement to many modellers around the world, myself included, and I count it my privilege to know a few of you.
To any of this fraternity or their loved ones who may have suffered directly or indirectly, the deepest sympathies and condolences from a small group of us here in Singapore. May God be with you all.

Sincere best wishes,
Dinesh Ned
sinsling@hotmail.com

p.s.~ Please excuse my using English, and my apologies to any who might feel this is out of topic.
I'd like to express my deepest sympathy to the people of Spain, to have suffered such a terror, shock and grief. And my solem condolenses to those who lost loved ones or who have been badly hurt physically and/or mentally. Our prayers go all out to you.

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Pekka Nieminen
Pekka Nieminen

March 12th, 2004, 8:45 am #5

I would just like to write to this Spanish forum to express my shock and horror when I heard the news about the multiple bomb blasts that killed over 170 and injured many more.
Spanish modellers have been a tremendous source of inspiration and encouragement to many modellers around the world, myself included, and I count it my privilege to know a few of you.
To any of this fraternity or their loved ones who may have suffered directly or indirectly, the deepest sympathies and condolences from a small group of us here in Singapore. May God be with you all.

Sincere best wishes,
Dinesh Ned
sinsling@hotmail.com

p.s.~ Please excuse my using English, and my apologies to any who might feel this is out of topic.
I feel so sad for the tragedy in Madrid. I think of my Spanish friends and hope that they are OK! Pekka N.
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Jean-Baptiste Verlhac
Jean-Baptiste Verlhac

March 12th, 2004, 12:30 pm #6

I would just like to write to this Spanish forum to express my shock and horror when I heard the news about the multiple bomb blasts that killed over 170 and injured many more.
Spanish modellers have been a tremendous source of inspiration and encouragement to many modellers around the world, myself included, and I count it my privilege to know a few of you.
To any of this fraternity or their loved ones who may have suffered directly or indirectly, the deepest sympathies and condolences from a small group of us here in Singapore. May God be with you all.

Sincere best wishes,
Dinesh Ned
sinsling@hotmail.com

p.s.~ Please excuse my using English, and my apologies to any who might feel this is out of topic.
En esos tiempos oscuros para España e democracia, quiero mander el testimonio de un pais vecino a todos mis amigos de España e tambien a las familias de las vitimas. Hoy la bandera de la Universidad esta baixa, mi pueblo (Talence cerca de Burdeos) e pueblo gemelo de Alcala de Henares donde han salido los trenes.
Quiero decir que esos hijos de puta (etarras o islamistas???) no deben impedirnos de hacer todo que nos hacemos en la vida normal como viajar o coger el metro, no me impediron de visitar mis amigos del otro lado de los Pireneos, especialmente por la expo de Torrent!!
Mis sinceras condolencias
Jean-Baptiste
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Joined: December 16th, 2000, 9:42 am

March 12th, 2004, 10:08 pm #7

I would just like to write to this Spanish forum to express my shock and horror when I heard the news about the multiple bomb blasts that killed over 170 and injured many more.
Spanish modellers have been a tremendous source of inspiration and encouragement to many modellers around the world, myself included, and I count it my privilege to know a few of you.
To any of this fraternity or their loved ones who may have suffered directly or indirectly, the deepest sympathies and condolences from a small group of us here in Singapore. May God be with you all.

Sincere best wishes,
Dinesh Ned
sinsling@hotmail.com

p.s.~ Please excuse my using English, and my apologies to any who might feel this is out of topic.
Una profunda tristeza...

A deep sadness...

Gracias a todos / Thanks all



Joaquin Gª Gazquez
Foro Panzertruppen
http://www.enjoy-models.com
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fernando blanco
fernando blanco

March 13th, 2004, 9:31 am #8


El jueves pasamos el día colgados del móvil, haciendo recuento. Todos en Madrid teníamos a alguien que en ese momento tenía que estar en Atocha. Yo mismo, y mi tres hermanos, pasamos todos los días por ese sitio a esa misma hora.

El trabajo, los problemas del día a día, quedaban en un segundo plano, la oficina entera colgada de la radio e internet, buscando noticias...el "piii...pii" de los móviles al recibir un mensaje era el soniquete del día.

Lo peor fue llegar a casa y ver las imágenes.....ver el tren reventado...MI TREN....el cercanías de toda la vida... se me puso un nudo en la garganta que todavía no me he podido quitar.

Yo ya casi nunca cojo el cercanías. Le tengo mucho cariño, pero las nuevas líneas de metro en mi caso lo han desplazado. Pero el viernes era diferente....había que venir en tren, no por morbo, ni mucho menos....era algo simbólico... un pequeño homenaje personal. Al final he salido de Atocha llorando, cuando ves en vivo el esqueleto de los trenes despanzurrados... los andenes vacíos y tapados con vallas...los crespones en los parabrisas de los trenes... la expresión en la cara de todos los viajeros...

El horror...el horror.

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Freek Jeurissen
Freek Jeurissen

March 13th, 2004, 10:24 pm #9

I would just like to write to this Spanish forum to express my shock and horror when I heard the news about the multiple bomb blasts that killed over 170 and injured many more.
Spanish modellers have been a tremendous source of inspiration and encouragement to many modellers around the world, myself included, and I count it my privilege to know a few of you.
To any of this fraternity or their loved ones who may have suffered directly or indirectly, the deepest sympathies and condolences from a small group of us here in Singapore. May God be with you all.

Sincere best wishes,
Dinesh Ned
sinsling@hotmail.com

p.s.~ Please excuse my using English, and my apologies to any who might feel this is out of topic.
I just wanted to say that I was shocked when I saw the images on the news. I can not belief that anybody can do such a horrible thing, and I hope you, your families and your friends are all right.

Freek Jeurissen
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Lorenzo Tonioli
Lorenzo Tonioli

March 14th, 2004, 4:29 pm #10

I would just like to write to this Spanish forum to express my shock and horror when I heard the news about the multiple bomb blasts that killed over 170 and injured many more.
Spanish modellers have been a tremendous source of inspiration and encouragement to many modellers around the world, myself included, and I count it my privilege to know a few of you.
To any of this fraternity or their loved ones who may have suffered directly or indirectly, the deepest sympathies and condolences from a small group of us here in Singapore. May God be with you all.

Sincere best wishes,
Dinesh Ned
sinsling@hotmail.com

p.s.~ Please excuse my using English, and my apologies to any who might feel this is out of topic.
All of us Italians sympathize with our Spanish brothers for the horrible massacre that took place last Thursday.
It is a crime against mankind not only against Spain.
Ask not for whom the bell tolls, it tolls for thee (Hemingway).

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