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Foundation bolts and anchor bolts are presently being used in all commercial as well as residential structure and that is why the demand of both the… 191 more words

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A non traditional wedding invitation is any type of wedding invitation that does not classify as traditional. It might be an invite that has a different font, or bright colors, or perhaps is hand written or even written with no capital letters. 169 more words

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Non traditional wedding invitations tend to give an air of informality, so if your wedding is casual and not formal, these types of wedding invitations… 304 more words

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The first thing that you want to decide when it comes to wedding invitations is whether you prefer traditional wedding invitations or non traditional wedding invitations. 353 more words

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While I haven’t known Savannah since childhood, I can only imagine that this picture is very fitting of her as a young girl.

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Muslims Arrive at Mosque… Discover “Horrifying” Surprise Left by Angry Oklahomans

URL of the original posting site: http://conservativetribune.com/muslims-mosque-surprise

Residents of Edmond, Oklahoma, were angry about the construction of a local mosque. Apparently, some residents decided that they would do something very dramatic about it that has Muslims all over the world fuming.

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this day in crime history: august 20, 1986

On this date in 1986, Postal Service employee Patrick Sherrill went on a shooting spree in a post office in Edmonds, OK. Twenty people were shot, leaving fourteen dead and six injured. 67 more words

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Memorial to the incident in Edmond, OK036750-police-raid On April 20, 1986, Postal Service employee Patrick Sherrill went on a shooting spree in a post office in Edmonds, OK. Twenty people were shot, leaving fourteen dead and six injured. At the conclusion of his rampage, Sherrill turned the gun on himself and committed suicide. It is believed that the shooting may have been motivated by a reprimand that Sherrill had received the day before. The incident is often credited with inspiring the phrase “going postal.” Further reading: Murderpedia – Patrick Henry Sherrill Wikipedia – Patrick Sherrill Time – “Crazy Pat’s” Revenge