Proverbs 22:3 NLT

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

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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, February 15, 2012

Mermaids Scare Workers in Zimbabwe / 6.0 magnitude earthquake strikes off the coast of Oregon / Massive crow invasion plagues Pennsylvania borough / U.S. naval carrier group positioned closer to Iran / 6.4 and 6.0 earthquakes strike near Japan and Solomon Islands - 5.6 magnitude earthquake shakes northern California / Iran Cuts off oil to France, Italy, Spain...-WARSHIPS SAIL THROUGH HORMUZ.../ REPORT: Chicago most corrupt city in USA... / Online surveillance bill ‘will put an electronic prisoner’s bracelet on every Canadian’ / Fears rise as Greece falters / Huge Hail Storm Pummels Sydney's Blue Mountains / Arizona earthquakes, 1852-2011, a video time line / 17" Rain Hammers South Africa / Rosenberg: Prepare Churches for Inevitable / NJ State Senate Passes Same-Sex Marriage Bill / Syrian Defector: Assad Using Chemical Weapons-Russian Army Chief: Iran Crisis to Enter New Phase-US Admiral Says Forces Prepared to Confront Iran / Moody's Warns May Cut AAA-rating for UK and France


Mermaids Scare Workers in Zimbabwe
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6.0 magnitude earthquake strikes off the coast of Oregon
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War going global: Israel vows to ‘settle the score’ for Iranian attacks

February 15, 2012BANGKOKAn Iranian man blew off his legs with grenades and wounded four civilians Tuesday in Bangkok, the Associated Press reported. The man was identified as Saeid Moradi from Iran by a passport found at the scene. CBS and the AP reported that an Israeli Cabinet minister said his country will “settle the score” with the perpetrators of the bombing. According to the AP, a blast earlier that day had shaken the house Moradi was sharing with two other Iranian men. A part of the roof was blown off and the two other men quickly left the house. Police Gen. Pansiri Prapawat told the AP that Moradi was seriously injured by the blast and attempted to wave down a taxi. He was covered in blood so the driver refused to take him. Moradi then threw an explosive that damaged the taxi. Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak said the Bangkok blasts were attempted terrorist attacks backed by Iran. Another government minister strongly implied Israel would seek revenge, without mentioning Iran explicitly. “We know who carried out the terror attacks, we know who sent them, and Israel will settle the score with them,” Public Security Minister Yitzhak Aharonovitch told Israel Radio. –NT
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Massive crow invasion plagues Pennsylvania borough
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Russia narrowly averted nuclear catastrophe with damaged submarine
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U.S. naval carrier group positioned closer to Iran
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Nine weak ash eruptions reported at Guatemala’s Fuego volcano
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6.4 and 6.0 earthquakes strike near Japan and Solomon Islands
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5.6 magnitude earthquake shakes northern California
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Health warnings issued in Bangladesh from deadly outbreak of Nipah virus
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Double tremors strike near Bulgarian capital
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Alert status raised on Indonesia’s Galunggung volcano
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5.8 magnitude earthquake strikes coast of Costa Rica
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Cuts off oil to France, Italy, Spain...
---Iran loads own fuel rods into reactor...
------Heightened Security in U.S. Over Iran Threat...
----------WARSHIPS SAIL THROUGH HORMUZ...
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Newspaper depicts Merkel in Nazi uniform...
---EU divisions threaten aid for Greece...
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REPORT: Chicago most corrupt city in USA...
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Egypt state media accuses US of spreading anarchy...
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Another solar company goes under...
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US weighing steep nuclear arms cuts

WASHINGTON – The Obama administration is weighing options for sharp new cuts to the U.S. nuclear force, including a reduction of up to 80 percent in the number of deployed weapons, The Associated Press has learned. Even the most modest option now under consideration would be a historic and politically bold disarmament step in a presidential election year, although the plan is in line with President Obama's 2009 pledge to pursue the elimination of nuclear weapons. No final decision has been made, but the administration is considering at least three options for lower total numbers of deployed strategic nuclear weapons cutting to: 1,000 to 1,100; 700 to 800, and 300 to 400, according to a former government official and a congressional staffer. Both spoke on condition of anonymity in order to reveal internal...
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A Whole Bunch Of Charts That Will Give You Nightmares About The National Debt

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Nuclear submarine fire left Russia on ‘brink of the biggest catastrophe since the time of Chernobyl’ in December: report

Russia came close to nuclear disaster in late December when a blaze engulfed a nuclear-powered submarine carrying atomic weapons, a leading Russian magazine reported, contradicting official assurances that it was not armed. Russian officials said at the time that all nuclear weapons aboard the Yekaterinburg nuclear submarine had been unloaded well before a fire engulfed the 167-metre vessel and there had been no risk of a radiation leak. But the respected Vlast weekly magazine quoted several sources in the Russian navy as...
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Online surveillance bill ‘will put an electronic prisoner’s bracelet on every Canadian’

The Conservative government has called its controversial new electronic surveillance bill the Protecting Children from Internet Predators Act as it attempts to win support for the planned laws that would give authorities unprecedented new powers to monitor the online and phone habits of Canadians. The so-called “lawful access” legislation, tabled in the House of Commons Tuesday, will require Internet service providers and cellphone companies to hand over basic customer information — including name, address, phone number, email address, and...
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Female Passengers Say They Were Targeted for TSA Body Scanners

TSA agents in Dallas singled out female passengers to undergo screening in a body scanner, according to complaints filed by several women who said they felt the screeners intentionally targeted them to view their bodies. One woman who flew out of Dallas-Ft. Worth International Airport several months ago said a female agent sent her through a body scanner three times after the agent commented on her “cute” body. “She says to me, ‘Do you play tennis?’ And I said, ‘Why?’‘You just have such a cute figure,’” Ellen Terrell recalled to CBS News in...
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Here's The Presentation Where Jeff Gundlach Dares To Compare The US To The Roman Empire

Jeff Gundlach just hosted a webcast with clients. The title of his presentation: "The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire." Not surprisingly, Gundlach drew parallels between the U.S. and Ancient Rome. Like the U.S., he noted that Rome had an insufficient tax system and a huge military budget. Like Rome, the U.S. faces "persistence of a destitute underclass," as reflected by the excruciatingly slow job recovery. Gundlach's talk also included commentary on the year-to-date performance of markets as well as his outlook for the rest of the year. As usual,..
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Greece on the brink of eurozone exit

The relationship between Greece and the eurozone has hit a new low. Greece is in turmoil — its people irate and its economy buckling under austerity. Eurozone powers, meanwhile, have lost patience with its failed economic reforms. Severing monetary ties between the two was once written off as mutually disastrous and highly unlikely. Consensus held that indefinitely bailing out Greece would be preferable to an eviction. It’s time to revisit that assumption, some influential politicians are now saying, adding to a growing refrain. “There is a distinct...
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Fears rise as Greece falters

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Florida Freeze Snaps Weather Records
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Huge Hail Storm Pummels Sydney's Blue Mountains
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Arizona earthquakes, 1852-2011, a video time line

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17" Rain Hammers South Africa
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Volcanoes That Threatens Europe
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Rosenberg: Prepare Churches for Inevitable
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NJ State Senate Passes Same-Sex Marriage Bill
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Syrian Defector: Assad Using Chemical Weapons
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Russian Army Chief: Iran Crisis to Enter New Phase
---US Admiral Says Forces Prepared to Confront Iran
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US to Cut Funding for Israeli Missile Defense Programs by $6.3M
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Revolutionary Technology Allows Us to Say Goodbye to Batteries
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Moody's Warns May Cut AAA-rating for UK and France

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