Obviously these were a horrific chain of events and should be remembered as such. I just have a few views to put to the floor as it were... Firstly, I saw one of the blokes who lost a leg, the BBC has been following his progress since the terrible events of 07 Jul. He is getting on fine now and used the last installment of the BBC coverage of him to blatently plug a record he is making. If this isn't a shameless use of peoples good will to make hismself a bit of cash, i don't know what is. Secondly, having watched the nes coverage of the service in Lonon last night to remember the bombing and the 52 people who lost their lives I pondered to myself; how many of these people will be at a service on remembrance sunday or will observe the silence on 11 Nov? I fear not many will. Are these views ahared or should i get back in my cynical box and continue to think the worst of everyone i meet?