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The problem is that farting is an invariable consequence of digestion and people do it about 10 times a day.

 

A. News you can use.

B. I'm running way behind....yet I remain confident.

 

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WOWSER!! Thanks for posting about the probable meteor crash, Casino67!

We are studying REVELATION at Bible Study and man does this give a tiny foretaste of some of John's prophetic visions!

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Russia has deployed 20,000 rescue workers to the western Siberian region of Chelyabinsk, raising questions about the scale of damage from a meteorite that crashed into the suburbs of the industrial city early on Friday.

 

Russia’s emergency situations ministry said there were no fatalities but more than 500 people had been injured. Of those, 112 had already been hospitalised.

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Russia has deployed 20,000 rescue workers to the western Siberian region of Chelyabinsk, raising questions about the scale of damage from a meteorite that crashed into the suburbs of the industrial city early on Friday.

 

Russia’s emergency situations ministry said there were no fatalities but more than 500 people had been injured. Of those, 112 had already been hospitalised.

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My gosh.

 

Actually, I was as scared of that last guy's driving as I would have been of the meteorite.

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Why Was an Iranian Official Found with Millions in Venezuelan Money?

Yvette Betance

February 15, 2013

 

On January 21, German authorities at Dusseldorf Airport discovered a check for 300 million bolivars (about $70 million) in the luggage of Tahmasb Mazaheri, Iran’s former central bank chief from 2007 to 2008, as he arrived from Turkey. The check was drawn from the Bank of Venezuela.

 

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Nothing To see Here...move along now.

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@Valin You are getting pesky with this trivial stuff of large sums of bolivars. Zero will be sending a drone to your place.

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Sometimes things don't work out as planned....

 

The legendary Filipino boxer reportedly wants his next bout — a fifth fight against Juan Manuel Marquez — to be held far away from Sin City and the United States’ 39.6 top federal tax rate, with the offshore Chinese gambling resort of Macau emerging as the “favorite,” Yahoo! Sports reports.

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Sometimes things don't work out as planned....

 

The legendary Filipino boxer reportedly wants his next bout — a fifth fight against Juan Manuel Marquez — to be held far away from Sin City and the United States’ 39.6 top federal tax rate, with the offshore Chinese gambling resort of Macau emerging as the “favorite,” Yahoo! Sports reports.

 

Steve Wynn is smiling.

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