vince90 wrote:I think the most important thing that we need is electricity.
LennyeTran wrote:vince90 wrote:I think the most important thing that we need is electricity.
This is true. Don't you remember the time we were in Vietnam and sometimes we got blackout for hours??? I still do. The last time I and my family came back, there was a blackout for about half an hour. It brough back the memory. I had a really good childhood there. Gosh, I remember I was walking around the neighborhood shirtless (I was 6 year-old, guys) with my dinner bowl. Kids in my neighborhood brought food outside their houses so we could eat and play the games at the same time. Awwwwww, old days.....
vince90 wrote: Yes I remember those old days. We were fun and we were never worry anything Although I did not live in the city but I knew that blackout in Vietnam is part of our daily life. However when you live in America or western countries, blackout is a big impact to anybody. Do you remember 2003 North America blackout? It’s kind of scary. http://www.answers.com/topic/2003-north ... a-blackout
LennyeTran wrote:Mina wrote:hi!!!
I would lose my will of living if I couldn´t listen to my cds. I wouldn´t know what to do without my stereo.I can listen to music on the internet too, but it is not the same.
It is too painful to think about it...
My cousins are like that when we're on a trip and if they don't have their CD player with them; they would get really grouchy. Quite scary to sit next to them around that time .
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