A Moment of Silence for the Thousand Oaks Shooting Victims

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Published on November 9, 2018

After 12 people were murdered by a mass shooter at a bar in Thousand Oaks, California, James Corden once again struggles to find words that make any kind of sense, and asks for a minute of silence to remember the tragic loss of life.

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  • Darkknight329 5 months ago

    May all of those who lost their lives get accepted into heaven. Rest In Peace

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  • Legion 216 5 months ago

    RIP.

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  • Sayed Yah ya 5 months ago

    use BLEACH

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  • Bradley Tucker 5 months ago

    The Trump Effect

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  • Tim As 5 months ago

    Woke up this morning and the first thing I saw on my phone was the shooting.
    Just felt terrible and angry because this shouldn’t be happening no more.

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  • Limelight For Life 5 months ago

    this is sad R.I.P The people who died i dont understand why is there so much cruel people in this world R.I.P
    Pray to god everyday😇😢

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  • Isaiah Santos 5 months ago

    So sad these things happen. Hopefully one day these things won’t be a norm anymore.

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  • Legion 216 5 months ago

    I cant believe members of the congress allow guns to be legal after so many shootings.

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  • Darkknight329 5 months ago

    I don’t get how the government isn’t doing anything about this. I mean what is it going to take to convince them that they need to do something? Shooting in a state’s capital building? President assassination? I feel like they they won’t do anything until they feel how we feel about all of this. But as the saying goes, “Government was founded by geniuses but run by idiots.”

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  • Ernie Vc 5 months ago

    Why do these shootings keep happening? Can’t just people stay at home and enjoy life?

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  • Obie drier 5 months ago

    What a nice looking bunch. So sad.

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  • X- raided559 5 months ago

    Moment of silence 4 the victims

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  • 5SecøndsØfTwentyØneShaniacs!AtTheDiscø 5 months ago

    RIP all those innocent people who lost their lives.

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  • mohammad bashammakh 5 months ago

    I only heard about it now , I feel for you America, sorry for the poor souls lost in this act of terrorism and violence, be strong, our hearts are with you

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  • Oidar Kcahs 5 months ago

    Thousand Oaks makes 307 mass shootings in 311 days ~ this doesn’t happen anywhere else in the world this frequently. How many more before we say NO MORE. In all 328 people died in these incidents, and 1,251 were injured. The numbers include incidents in which four or more people were shot or killed, not including the shooters. Things need to change NOW !

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  • Bibi Chahine 5 months ago

    I just don’t understand American fascination with guns. It’s so ridiculous that it doesn’t seem like a first world country.

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  • fradz 5 months ago

    3 of 12 girls. Glad i wasnt ther! What a sausage fest!

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  • Evicon 5 months ago

    Hopes and dreams gone in an instant, take care of yourself Americans. Hug a loved one, hug a stranger. Life is short, love is forever..

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  • Emma Doherty 5 months ago

    I remember listening to the news when it first came out about 23 hours ago and just was so appalled even as as 15 year old i can see why we need gun control. Also made me realise my exams were not that important compared to the families of the victims and those who may suffer PTSD from this. May all the victims rest in peace and my condolences to the families and friends

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  • Ottee2 5 months ago

    Sadly these shootings are just becoming commonplace. Part of everyday life.

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