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Offline Bluestar

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Re: A sad day in the history of catgc
« Reply #15 on: 24.05.2015 04:10:05 »
Who live in Norway should go to : https://www.facebook.com/events/485047711648658/

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Re: A sad day in the history of catgc
« Reply #16 on: 24.05.2015 05:00:28 »
Who live in Norway should go to : https://www.facebook.com/events/485047711648658/
For the ones who doesn't know it's a bit outside of Oslo.

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Re: A sad day in the history of catgc
« Reply #17 on: 24.05.2015 11:54:41 »
129 people going. You know he did something good.

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Re: A sad day in the history of catgc
« Reply #18 on: 24.05.2015 15:39:19 »
There are multiple versions of meningitis, the worst of them can be deadly in under 24 hours, even with treatment, we get warned about it at school before we're going to celebrate our last year of high school as russ, it's easy to get it if you have little sleep, yell and drink a lot etc.

It came as a shock to me when I heard about this, I didn't really belive it at first, but when I saw everyone commenting on his facebook and steam page I understood it was a real, I started crying because I knew I would never hear his voice again, would never be able to play games with him. R.I.P Stian. <3  :(

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Re: A sad day in the history of catgc
« Reply #19 on: 25.05.2015 19:49:01 »
So if anyone is intrested i semi-translated this from the news of this case which i completly overlooked:

"Contagious meningococcal disease spreads by droplet infection, but there is little risk of becoming infected. The commune still encourages people with symptoms such as headache and fever, to quickly consult a physician.

According to the municipality, it is now confirmed that the bacterium is meningococcal type C. This means that everyone who is vaccinated against meningitis in the last couple of years, is covered by this vaccine." (http://www.dagbladet.no/2015/05/22/nyheter/helsevesen/sykdom/39304879/)
« Last Edit: 25.05.2015 19:53:22 by Ekko ಣಿ »

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Re: A sad day in the history of catgc
« Reply #20 on: 22.05.2016 20:48:09 »
A whole year has passed since he has passed. Still, can't forget him, can we?

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Re: A sad day in the history of catgc
« Reply #21 on: 24.05.2016 17:13:07 »
I had a booster shot against meningitis like two weeks ago. You guys should check if you need one too.
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Re: A sad day in the history of catgc
« Reply #22 on: 25.05.2016 23:18:29 »