FirstNationalBastard: count_chimpula: FirstNationalBastard: count_chimpula: And it's not just the headline that's 'hilarious', the 'lucky' children, such as the boy described in the article, were crushed to death immediately. The girl(who was the one who loved to sing), suffocated to a slow death under tons of rubble. Hilarious! It took 2 days for rescuers to find her body, during which her parents had no idea whether she was dead or alive. I'm sure her grief stricken parents took some comfort, while they were waiting, in reading snarky Fark headlines about poor headline grammar.Oh also, the girl's family's house was completely destroyed, but I guess that doesn't matter, because she won't be needing it anymore! Amidoinitrite?Hilarious!Mominator: Yeah, my original intent was to highlight the poor editing skills of whomever is claiming to manage that website. I feel very sad for the victims and their families."Faux News"! Hilarious![images.inquisitr.com image 500x375]/because when someone is wondering if their child is dead or alive, they're surfing the 'net.What a clever riposte, you really put me in my place.In the future, I will certainly think twice before I tangle with an intellectual giant like you.[i.qkme.me image 460x276]
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