"Our actions are a simple act of solidarity," said Chris Knestrick from Cleveland, Ohio. "We are here to say: We know you are suffering; we have come to stand with you."
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Bravo Belgium. After terrorism threats prompted a security lockdown and call for social media silence on police actions, gleeful Belgians chose to get on with their lives not with fear but....cats. Admittedly, even for the dog-lovers among us, hilarious cats. Under the hashtag #BrussellsLockdown, scores posted memes of chill cats as Darth Vader and Superman, wielding swords and waffles and Hovercats. "What did you do in the war, Daddy? I posted cat pictures on Twitter, son."
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