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Answered: Jessica Alba's Endangered Shark Awareness In Downtown Oklahoma City

I believe she could have used her celebrity status in a more humanitarian way by posting herself under this country's overpasses, abandoned buildings and homeless shelters where american families are now being forced to raise their children. I'm all about endangered species and preserving their ...

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1999 had over $1.1 billion in damage. 2013 Moore OK has not been counted up yet, but the last news report had 51 confirmed dead. New estimate: at least $1.5 billion. Here is the NOAA summary of F4 and F5 in previous years: http://www.srh.noaa.gov/oun/?n=tornadodata-ok-violent

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What.......what already bubbala????????? When.....Where.....How???? Only you know!!!!!!!!!!!

Answered: Oklahoma City murder case Jerome Bowie 2005

Didn't the Judge tell you not to look for this man online. I know for a fact that he did, because I am the Judge that told you NOT to.

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cotton and wheat. And beef.
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