Proverbs 22:3 NLT

A prudent person foresees danger and takes precautions. The simpleton goes blindly on and suffers the consequences.

-- (((Charles Finney, said the following: “If
there is a decay of conscience, the pulpit is responsible for it))) --


THOSE WHO WILL DO NOTHING NOW, WHEN IT COSTS THEM LITTLE - WILL DO EVEN LESS LATER, WHEN IT COST THEM EVEN MORE


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Wednesday, August 24, 2011

IRENE A CAT 3 AGAIN / Mass UFO sighting spooks town / UFO Sighting In Skies Over Laredo / Strong East Coast quake highly unusual: scientist / FDIC has to face $10 billion WaMu-related lawsuit / Bank of America's share nosedive fuels fears of a second credit crunch / Vitamin Water Exposed

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Very strong and dangerous earthquake rattles Virginia – Limited da mage reported so far
23.08.2011 A very strong 5.8 earthquake has rattled the Virginia area at 1:51 PM local time. Only limited damage was reported but the social impact will by gigantic as so many
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21 Signs That The New Reality For Many Baby Boomers Will Be To Work As Wage Slaves Until They Drop Dead 
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UFO ‘flap’ emerging in late August – Earth Changes and the Pole Shift
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Sickening’ spill kills hundreds of thousands of fish – US news – Environment – msnbc.com
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IRENE A CAT 3 AGAIN
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QUAKE CRACKS MONUMENT...
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Stones fall off National Cathedral...
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Illinois Loses Most Jobs in Nation...
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Man Randomly Stabs Four, One Fatally, Then Slashes Himself in Upper Manhattan...
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Mass UFO sighting spooks town
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UFO Sighting In Skies Over Laredo - Dozens of Laredo residents woke up to see a bright light in the sky that some say they just cannot explain.
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Influx of Job-Seekers Add to Food Bank Crisis, Big Spring Pantry Shuts Doors 8/23/11
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Earthquake Listed at 5.8 Rattles East Coast From Virginia to New Hampshire

The largest East Coast quake in memory rattled nerves and buildings from Martha's Vineyard to to North Carolina, prompted the evacuation of Congressional buildings, slowed rail and air traffic, and forced two nuclear reactors offline. The earthquake, estimated to be a 5.8 magnitude, sent people pouring out of office buildings, hospitals, the Pentagon and the State Department when it struck at 1:51 p.m. The pillars of the capitol in Washington, D.C., shook. Alarms sounded in the FBI and Department of Justice buildings, and some flooding was reported on an upper floor of the Pentagon as a result of the quake. Parks and sidewalks in Washington were packed with people who fled their buildings. All of the monuments along the National Mall have been closed. Police on horseback kept people a safe distance...
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U.S. nuclear plants face the first post-Fukushima test of their ability to withstand multiple natural disasters as Hurricane Irene bears down on an area shaken by a 5.8-magnitude earthquake.
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Earthquake Reaction: ‘God Is Coming,’ Says Resident of Alexandria, Va.

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Strong East Coast quake highly unusual: scientist

The initial earthquake, which registered a magnitude of 5.9 just before 2 p.m. EDT, was felt from the Carolinas to New England. "One of this size is highly unusual," said Karen Fisher, a professor of seismology at Brown University and president-elect of the seismology section at the American Geophysical Union. "This is the largest earthquake by far that I am aware of occurring there in recent history." The quake's epicenter in central Virginia is in an area the U.S. Geological Survey calls the Central Virginia Seismic Zone, Fisher said by...
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FEMA: Entire East Coast should prepare for Hurricane Irene

The entire eastern coast of the United States should prepare for Irene, a large and dangerous hurricane churning northwestward over the tropical waters of the Caribbean, the nation's emergency chief warned Tuesday. At 8 p.m. ET, the National Hurricane Center said the winds in Irene remained unchanged from its previous update, at 90 mph, making the storm a Category 1 hurricane. However, the reduction is expected to be only temporary, and Irene is still forecast to become a Category 3 event, a major hurricane, by Wednesday night...
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FDIC has to face $10 billion WaMu-related lawsuit

WILMINGTON, Delaware (Reuters) - A federal judge ruled that the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp has to face a $10 billion lawsuit tied to the failure of Washington Mutual Bank. The judge refused the FDIC's request to dismiss the lawsuit brought by Deutsche Bank National Trust Co over bad mortgages that were securitized by Washington Mutual. Washington Mutual, or WaMu, was seized by the Office of Thrift Supervision in September 2008 in the biggest bank failure in U.S. history. The FDIC was appointed receiver and immediately sold...
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Bank of America's share nosedive fuels fears of a second credit crunch
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European bank job 'bloodbath' hits 67,000

UBS’s decision to cut 5 per cent of its workforce brings to more than 40,000 the number of jobs cut by European banks in the past month and to 67,000 this year, as the region’s worsening sovereign debt crisis crimps trading revenue. UBS, Switzerland’s biggest bank, said yesterday it will eliminate 3500 jobs, mainly from its investment bank. It follows HSBC, which announced 30,000 cuts on August 1, Barclays, which is cutting headcount by 3000, and Royal Bank of Scotland, which is eliminating 2000 posts. Credit Suisse announced 2000...
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Stephen Roach Says Consumers Need Debt Jubilee

The over-indebted American consumer will be hard pressed to simultaneously reduce debt and maintain levels of consumption that support economic growth. On CNBC today, Stephen Roach of Morgan Stanley says, we need “ways to forgive the excesses of mortgage, installment and revolving credit, as what was done in the 1930s, that will help consumers get...
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New Jersey school district yanks lesbian sex book from required reading list

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Vitamin Water Exposed

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