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Post time 2011-9-12 11:17:32 |Display all floors

I wouldn't worry too much about what Sharon Stone thinks

My karma just ran over her dogma.

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Post time 2011-9-14 13:47:36 |Display all floors
I can't believe we (me included) are actually giving much weight to what Sharon 'Stoned' and Michelle 'Bark'man says. I shudder to think Michelle might be the next president.

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Post time 2011-9-18 10:56:17 |Display all floors
SHARON GOLDEN PUBIC GIVE HER THE GODDESS STATUS.

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Post time 2011-9-21 11:16:45 |Display all floors
Originally posted by chinadaily at 2008-5-28 11:30
AP

LOS ANGELES - Sharon Stone's "karma" is having an instant effect on her movie-star status in China.

The 50-year-old actress suggested last week that the devastating May 12 eart ...


Bad Karma YES...Great Ass YES...
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Post time 2011-9-21 11:18:15 |Display all floors
Originally posted by antitheft at 2011-9-11 16:58
also love to eat big sausages.



Thats not Chinese sausage....
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Post time 2012-4-15 20:08:31 |Display all floors
US Midwest hit by tornadoes, more to come
Sun Apr 15, 2012 1:47AM GMT


Tornadoes touched down in Oklahoma, Nebraska and Kansas on Saturday and residents of the U.S. Plains states braced for a predicted major outbreak of dangerous nighttime twisters.

Severe thunderstorms and tornadoes were expected in the evening over parts of the three states, the National Weather Service said, and severe storms were also possible from Texas to Iowa to South Dakota and Minnesota.

"Conditions will remain favorable for strong to violent and possibly long-lived tornadoes into the overnight hours," the National Weather Service said in an advisory on Saturday afternoon.

No deaths or injuries were immediately reported from Saturday's tornadoes by early evening. Violent twisters appeared restricted to mostly under populated areas.

In northwestern Oklahoma, a tornado touched down for less than a minute in the afternoon, said Rick Smith, a National Weather Service meteorologist in Norman. Tennis-ball-sized hail fell in the region, the weather service said.

A tornado also hit Mustang, a suburb of Oklahoma City, before dawn, the weather service confirmed. One home had major roof damage, and trees, power lines and fences were down, said Kristy Yager, a spokeswoman for Oklahoma City.

In Kansas, a tornado touched down near Tipton in the north-central part of the state, taking tin off a building, said Mike Moritz, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service. A tornado in southwest Kansas damaged buildings on two farms in Rush County, said James Fisher, emergency management director for the county.

"We have weathered the first part of the storm," Moritz said. "We will see what happens tonight."

Tornadoes briefly touched down on Saturday afternoon in Nebraska's Nuckolls County and Thayer County, but no major damage was immediately reported, Moritz said. chicagotribune.com


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Post time 2012-4-15 20:13:54 |Display all floors
US Midwest hit by tornadoes, more to come

Sun Apr 15, 2012

Tornadoes touched down in Oklahoma, Nebraska and Kansas on Saturday and residents of the U.S. Plains states braced for a predicted major outbreak of dangerous nighttime twisters.

Severe thunderstorms and tornadoes were expected in the evening over parts of the three states, the National Weather Service said, and severe storms were also possible from Texas to Iowa to South Dakota and Minnesota.

"Conditions will remain favorable for strong to violent and possibly long-lived tornadoes into the overnight hours," the National Weather Service said in an advisory on Saturday afternoon
Diane Abbot (British MP): Anglos love playing divide and rule
David Cameron (British PM): Anglos caused most of the world's problems!

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