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21 dead, 10 wounded in Afghan wedding gunfight

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Surely will be a day to remember.....

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I bet RICK PERRY would say, wait, if they only had MORE GUNS, MORE WEAPONS then a SUPER AFGHAN could have jumped out from behind a wall RAMBO style and saved the day!

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Yes, for SURE Chico, you should GO there and HELP OUT.

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Brings a whole new meaning to "shotgun wedding".

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Someone let off a fire cracker?

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I guess we could say the new "in-laws" didn't approve of the wedding.... or maybe the dowry wasn't as big as expected? But regardless... nothing is sacred or safe any more.

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Imagine what the post count on this item would have been if it had a U.S. Dateline. . . .

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My big gat Afghan wedding.

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Sounds no different to a gypsy wedding in Ireland.

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Hey Cabron El Stupido Elduba.~ Sound like your Home Town, huh?

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They do things differently over there. I bet there was no free bar or disco either.

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They had their choice of wedding gift: an American drone attack or a gunfight with locals. Either they chose the latter or there was some kind of mix up.

Anyway, in Afghanistan, raining bullets or missiles on your wedding day is a considered a sign of good fortune!

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