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Old 24-12-2014, 09:32 PM   #347
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Arrow Hermann Bond

Originally Posted by lightgiver View Post

Pussycat - Wet Day In September ..., these strike leaders, they're all brunettes.. Not a blonde amongst them..Brunettes are trouble makers.. They're worse than the Juws..Then wipe them out..Start small.. Not so fast.. We get rid of the Jews first, then concentrate on the brunettes.. We shall never have peace 'til we have a pure Aryan race.. How wonderful. Tomania, a nation of blue-eyed blondes..Why not a blonde Europe, a blonde Asia, and blonde America..A blonde world..And a brunette dictator..

The Hermann Bridge was a cantilevered truss bridge over the Missouri River at Hermann, Missouri between Gasconade County, Missouri and Montgomery County, Missouri. The bridge formerly carried Route 19 traffic and was closed on July 23, 2007, when the Christopher S. Bond Bridge was opened to traffic..The bridge was built in 1930.. Its main span was 401.4 feet and it had a total length of 2,231.3 feet and a deck width of 20 feet. Its vertical clearance was 15 feet.. It carried one lane of automobile traffic in each direction..Immediately after closing of the bridge, demolition began on the portion of the southern end crossing the Union Pacific Railroad tracks to allow completion of the new Bond bridge. Demolition was completed in June 2008 with demolition of the last pier..A truss bridge is economical to construct because it uses materials efficiently..Hermann is a city designated in 1842 as the county seat of Gasconade County, Missouri, United States.. It is near the center of the Missouri Rhineland and south of the Missouri River.. The population was 2,431 at the 2010 census...! You better start dawdling, or you're going to be on time for school!.Grandpa, if you want the ketchup, just say "Please pass the ketchup", not "Shoot me the plasma!"..

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