Comments:Voracious fire generates panic in Buenos Aires, Argentina
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"CREATES PANIC"... oh please wake up and stop the creative journalism. The fire contained in a small street in downtown Buenos Aires was barely noticed by anyone but neighbours in the nearby vicinity and those that weren't asked to leave the adjoining buildings, looked on amusedly from their windows as firefighters fought the blaze. PANIC there never was. Grow up...panic is when a real event happens that affects a large scale area and multiple people. Time to go back to vocabulary school and better journalsim. ---- Steve Mawson, Buenos Aires Feb 20, 2008
- Try to comment more constructively to other people's articles. Anger and dismissal is a surefire way of getting everyone to ignore your comments, even if they are true. TheCustomOfLife - (talk) 19:54, 20 February 2008 (UTC)