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Hello everyone. Today indeed is a sad day for the United States America and all of Earth.
Over 140 injured, and a couple killed in a bombing in Boston, MA, USA. 25,000 marathon runners ran the 29 mile race, and at the end of the finish line, two bombs were exploded and caused many injures and damages. Thousands of runners came from all around the world. In fact over 2,000 came from Canada to run.
ALSO- in many other parts of the world today and recently- Somalia, Venezuela, Iraq, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Palestine, and much more just had many bombings today too.
I won’t post any pictures, as most are extremely sad and disturbing. If you would like to read more, please search it up.
I just wanted to quickly say that this breaking news may be irrelevant to Moshi Monsters, but does have a great effect. I hope everyone is safe and may you all be strong.
Please send hopes and prayers to everyone worldwide suffering.
Be thankful your alive. Make sure to give your family a good hug.
Please take a moment of silence to honour those affected.
-2009Fire15 / Owner, Founder & Creator of Moshi Monsters Expressway
‘Hey there Moshi fans! I hope you’ve been enjoying our all new Holiday theme!
This may not be related to Moshi Monsters at all, but it may be worth your time to read!
Newton, Connecticut, New York, United States- Sandy Hook Elementry-
I’m sure you all have heard about this, the shooting from Connecticut, Newtown, United States. 20 kids were shot while they were in school, and 8 adults were shot, who were principles/teachers.
Those pics are so sad! 28 dead in total. Think about it, what if you were in school, and a gun man walked in and started shooting at you and your friends. That’s real scary. I know it’s rare, but anything can happen, at any time, any where.
The point I am trying to make is that we shouldn’t take our things for granted. These poor children walked into their school that morning, but didn’t get to walk out. They were only 5-10 years of age. They are innocent and this horrible man took their lives. Read more here: http://www.cp24.com/world/man-kills-mother-then-massacres-26-at-conn-grade-school-1.1079298#ixzz2F4jUSEhm
Be thankful your still alive, going to school, and are safe. Those poor kids died right before Christmas. This is a time to get close to each other and spread love. That crazy stupid man killed 28 people, including 20 children, 6 adults and 2 of them being his mother and father.
I hope you really take a moment or two to send your love and prayers to those families suffering and being affected by this tragedy. I am so sad and I am very thankful. RIP to those who died, and may god bless their beautiful souls.
Thanks for your time to read this!
1000′s Injured And Hurt.
1000′s Lost Their Lives
And Just More Then A Dozen Out Of Their Minds- Causing This To Happen.
In Respect Of 9/11 I Too Will Take A Moment Of Silence For The Whole Day With Peace And No Computer. God Bless America And Those Who Were Affected.
Hi Moshi Fans And Canadians! How Was Your Long Weekend? How Was Victoria Day? Mine Was FANTASTIC! Not Kidding! Lolz, Here Are Some Reviews From Some Canadian Fans That View This Site, Here Is What They Said About The Victoria Day Fireworks Backround:
“I LOVE The Backround!!” -From A Comment In A Recent Post By A Fan
“WOAH!!!” -My Cousin
“The Fireworks Look Amazing” -My Brother
“Wow! Love The Fireworks!!” -From A Comment In A Recente Post By A Fan
Lol Thanks For Your Reviews! The Fireworks Backround Will Be Available Till Thusday (May 26th) So Enjoy Em. LOL
Hi Everyone! Like The Fireworks Display In The Backround!? Its Cool Huh? Lolz. There Is Fireworks Because Its VICTORIA DAY And Victoria Weekend! Heres What Victoria Day Is In CANADA:
Even though she’s been dead for over a century, Canada has been celebrating Queen Victoria’s birthday for years. Wouldn’t it be cool if everyone could take a day off work or school on your birthday?
What is Victoria Day?
Queen Victoria was born on May 24th but Canadians celebrate Victoria Day on the Monday before May 25. Victoria Day became a popular holiday in Ontario (it was Canada West back then) in 1845 and a national holiday in 1901. During the 1900s, it used to be called Empire Day and then it changed to Commonwealth Day. Now Canadians call it Victoria Day. Victoria Day, or May Long Weekend as it’s often called, marks the unofficial start of summer. Outdoor pools often open on this weekend and BBQs and camping trips are the norm.
Who Was Queen Victoria?
Victoria, who was queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and empress of India, was born in 1819. She was only 18 when she took over the throne in 1837 after her uncle George IV died. She ruled until her death in 1901, when her son Edward the VII became the King of England.
Cool Huh? Only In Canada! Well In Some Other Countries Too! So Tonight We Will Be Doing Fireworks! Yippee! So i Decided To Let Some Fireworks Go On The Site!
Hehe! Anyway, Have A Good Day
10:35 a.m. – The Princess Royal and Vice Admiral Timothy Laurence, The Duke of York, Princess Eugenie of York, Princess Beatrice of York, and The Earl and Countess of Wessex leave Buckingham Palace for the Abbey
10:38 a.m. – Prince Charles and The Duchess of Cornwall leave Clarence House for the Abbey
10:40 a.m. – Queen Elizabeth and The Duke of Edinburgh leave Buckingham Palace for the Abbey
10:48 a.m – The Bridesmaids and Pages leave the Goring Hotel for Westminister Abbey
10:51 a.m. – Future Princess Kate Middleton and father Michael leave the Goring hotel for the Abbey
11:00 a.m. – The Marriage Service begins!
12:15 p.m. – The Carriage Procession of Prince William and Middleton, followed by The Queen’s Procession, leaves the Abbey and heads to Buckingham Palace
12:30 p.m. – The Bride’s Carriage Procession arrives at Buckingham Palace
12:40 p.m – Members of the Royal Family and Members of Foreign Royal Families arrive at Buckingham Palace
12:40 p.m. onward – Other guests arrive for the reception at Buckingham Palace
1:25 p.m. – Queen Elizabeth, Middleton and Prince William–along with their families–appear on the balcony
1:30 p.m. – The Royal Air Force flies by