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Chirstmas Cheer from Athens

December 23, 2008

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“Athens’ giant Christmas tree burns in front of the Greek parliament in Athens December 8, 2008. Protesters set fire to a major department store in central Athens and torched the city’s giant Christmas tree outside parliament as anti-government protests worsened. (REUTERS/John Kolesidis) “

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One comment on “Chirstmas Cheer from Athens”

What’s “worsened” mean?
It appears the Greek government has “worsened” if people are responding to it this way.
From my perspective things get worse when the cops start shooting people.
There’s nothing wrong with being a grinch.

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