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Where to get specific Props for a play

You can start by visiting a hotel near you and ask them, there are companies that rent silverware , this company seems to have some: http://www.rental-world.com/food_preparation_catering_equipment_rental.htm

Canada PR on US B1 visa

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They are called Victimless! Like in AIG!! There3 is no body damage? Just your wallet , house, and doggy if you have one.

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Ask the local police department (Community Relations).They're usually required to tell you the crime history of a place - under the Freedom of Information Act (FOI). If you're wondering if you should move in there, also ask various tenants who've lived there awhile. And scope out the situation by ...