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  • "@ReginaldBiscuit , AngryandFrustrated and others posting negative comments about Olympic Torch relay. Obviously, you totally do not get idea of an abstract of certain social events. Well, since I can see that you're so ignorant, I should give up, as there is probably no hope for you. but I'll try. Olypics is not only about sport and a "fire on a stick". It is an uspoken idea of people being united and happy with each other, ragardless race, ethnicity, wealth, physical or mental condition. Olympic torch is a symbol of a global well being. Recognizing symbols is an attribute of abstractive thinking. Abstractive thinking is an attribute of inteligent being...Where are you then?...Apey?..."
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Crowds in York bid farewell to Olympic Torch

Crowds in York bid farewell to Olympic Torch

The Olympic Torch boards Scots Guardsman at the National Railway Museum as it leaves York.

Jessica Hoggarth, a pupil of All Saints School hands over the Olympic Torch after her run from York Minster.

Jessica Hoggarth, a pupil of All Saints School holds the Olympic Torch after it was re-lit outside York Minster

First published in London Olympics 2012 - Latest News Western Telegraph: Photograph of the Author by , richard.catton@thepress.co.uk

The Olympic flame left York this morning to the sound of cheering crowds at the National Railway Museum (NRM).

After setting out from the Minster at 7.44am the torch was carried to the NRM , where it left for Thirsk on board the Scots Guardsman.

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