I have to agree somewhat with the first comment - this obsession with people needing to express emotions in public is getting a little nauseating. Sticky notes, flowers tied to lamp posts, public books of condolence, Face Book tributes. What took place in Manchester was criminal rioting and looting, not a terrorist attack with the loss of thousands of lives. In a strange way, this sort of action is a symptom of our rotten society - everyone has to feel part of every tragic event or death; it makes them feel a little better about their own selfish, insular lives - it makes them feel special because they believe they've been part of something. If people feel differently, they are accused, abused and called 'morons'. Nice.