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By hotelbound / Tuesday 21 May 2013 00:37 / United States - Florissant
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  evilraider  |  38

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  kwyk  |  38

Sarcasm is rarely necessary. It is often amusing though. Also amusing is seeing your truly unnecessary "intelligent" point getting buried.

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  SaturnV  |  38

#6, your comment is also altogether unnecessary, but unlike #1's comment, yours is completely devoid of comedic value. I am curious as to what exactly you had hoped to accomplish with such a blatantly redundant and hypocritical post, since your comment also fails to contribute anything educational, insightful, or compassionate.

By  Peppyoctopus  |  20

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  bamagrl410  |  40

I doubt it. Same sex marriage isn't recognized or protected in Missouri (where OP is from), so I doubt they'd be living in a state where they don't receive the same treatment as others.

By  buddy51  |  35

Sorry you had to live through that huge whirling blowhard of an ass hat wearing hot air and condemnation spewing storm and sorry about the tornado too.... Seriously, your mother is either in shock because of the storm or suffering from dementia- or else she's a religious whack job who by her vile lip-flapping gives God a bad name.... In any case, sorry you have to deal with her on top of dealing with the storm's aftermath. Courage!

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  Joe9024  |  35

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  sadowning78  |  35

#36 I live in Oklahoma and as of right now they are only allowing first responders in to the damage areas. There are several places that have volunteers helping to load and unload donations. I know the Redcross and Salvation Army have set up temporary shelters at some of the area churches. The local news stations have list of donation sites on their websites. Thank you for coming to help my fellow Oklahomans!

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