The other night we had a new member of staff join our team... just doin casual hours. She works full time as a nurse during the day. I asked her about her job etc...and she told me about this.... She was invited out with some friends for a birthday outing. They went to a bar called flares in Sheffield city center. While she was in there a girl was staring at her.. she said the girl was giving her an agressive look. She said she felt like goin over and asking her what her problem was but decided as it was her friends birthday it would be best if she avoided her so went to the other end of the bar. About half an hour later a fight broke out in the bar... it all got pushed outside. As she went outside she saw the girl who had been staring at her earlier was the one doing the fighting... it had all calmed down when the same girl then approached an innocent female by stander and pulled her to the floor, she then pulled a large knife from her hand bag and stabbed her 7 times in the chest before standing back and dropping the knife. Our new employee - the nurse, immediately rushed in to give medical aid to the innocent victim. She died an hour later in hospital. This happened a couple of years ago and I remember hearing about it on the news but never knew the full story... it's shocking!!! The girl who carried out the attack later hung herself in prison. What a tragedy!!! It's not that rare tho. I used to work with a guy who's son was murdered on his 25th birthday while out celebrating. He was beat up in a night club toilet and died almost instantly. The punch that landed him killed him before his body hit the ground. His dad told me his last moments with his son before he went out. He was meant to be up at 6 am for work so told his dad that he wasn't goin to bother with goin to a club. If only he hadn't!! His dad also told me how he had made him his lunch to take with him to work as he knew he's be knackered.. it was heart breaking to listen to... I dont know how people cope after losing one of there kids in such a pointless way. But that said... lets get back to arguing about dog breeding and important issues like that!