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Classified Advertising – A Booming Industry

Since print media’s invention, classifieds have remained the most popular trading method. Whether it is announcements of vacancies or advertisements of products, classifieds have dominated the market and are still doing so. The only difference is that now, it’s growing quickly and can be seen more online. While classifieds still …

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Ehline Law Personal Injury Attorneys

Calling 213-596-9642 is the first step at recovering money damages for bad auto accidents. The personal injury attorney at Ehline Law Firm PC, is a lawyer who is adept at providing legal representation for individuals, who have undergone devastating physical or or psychologically harmful circumstances caused by the negligence or …

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Finding the Best Prices for Residential Locksmith Services

There are a couple of common reasons as to why a home owner would call a local locksmith company for their services. Most commonly, a home owner or resident of the home accidentally locks his or her keys inside the house and has no way of getting in. In this …

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Publisher and author Andrew Breitbart dead in L.A. at 43

Rong Gong Lin II 8:55 a.m. CST, March 1, 2012 Conservative commentator Andrew Breitbart passed away unexpectedly from natural causes early Thursday, his website reported. Breitbart, 43, a star of the tea party movement, died shortly after midnight in Los Angeles, his website said. The following statement was posted on …

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L.A. catching up to Chicago in sleaze

Panning for gold in the local cesspool is always lucrative, but it’s been one fat nugget after another lately. We’ve got Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa marketing himself for his next job before he finishes this one; City Atty. Carmen Trutanich insisting he’s not the liar he appears to be; …

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Soldier shot at party near home had survived suicide bombing

He’d survived a suicide bombing. Now a soldier who served in Afghanistan could be paralyzed after being shot during a welcome home party Friday night in San Bernardino. Christopher Sullivan, 22, suffered wounds during the bombing attack, which killed five fellow soldiers, his family said. “He was lucky he came …

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Investige Felony Groping

DA Now Sending Deputies to SF Airport to Investigate Felony Groping Kurt Nimmo Infowars.com November 18, 2010 Appearing on the Alex Jones Show today, incoming chief deputy DA of San Mateo Steve Wagstaffe said his office will prosecute TSA employees who engage in lewd and lascivious behavior while conducting Homeland …

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