ADMINISTRIVIA: Do you have B- blood in the Winstom Salem NC area?

Thursday, October 21, 2010

I know a baby who needs some blood. Can’t offer you anything much more than “thanks”. Young parent are going nuts. The grandparents are my old friends. Drop me a email or call me.

fjohn68

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TECHNOLOGY: TV and Film can’t be trusted

Thursday, October 21, 2010

http://www.wxpnews.com/LEM1E6/101019-Movie-Reshape

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It’s official. You cannot trust what you see on TV and Film any more. Check out this new technology:

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Wow, everyone will have to think twice about what one sees on ANY screen!

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HARDWARE: Seems unnecessary but 49 children die?

Thursday, October 21, 2010

http://www.impactlab.net/2010/10/17/caregiver-reminder-bracelet-a-lifesaving-device-for-todays-hectic-world/

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The Caregiver Reminder Bracelet is a simple, economical device that, when used consistently, can eliminate a tragic problem in our hectic world.

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49 children die? I just find this hard to fathom.

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GUNS: When does a “child” grow up?

Thursday, October 21, 2010

http://www.lewrockwell.com/decoster/decoster176.html

Should You Shoot a ‘Child’?
by Karen De Coster

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Unfortunately, so many people have been taught to always submit, submit, submit – to the government, to folks with badges, and to the criminals. It’s a part of the propaganda and conditioning process that is used to quell critical thinking and individual resistance. Folks have been brainwashed to believe that no property they own is worth taking the life of another. However, none of these reeducated citizens can explain exactly how it is you go about finding out what your aggressor wants from you. Kindly asking questions first with the intention of pondering over the answers will certainly get you a trip to the morgue.

In a car theft, the car thief wants your property – whether it’s for a joy ride or turning a profit. That is to say, he’s looking for and making off with an empty vehicle. By definition, a carjacking shows much more violent intentions. The carjacker knowingly and purposely confronts an individual (or individuals) in an aggressive manner and the end result for the victim is often violence or death. The aggressor may desire to take the victim along with the vehicle, or, as is often the case, the attack and ensuing response from the victim results in a panicked aggressor who reacts with brute force. If the carjack victim is a woman, there is the additional risk of enduring a brutal rape.

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http://detroit.blogs.time.com/2010/10/11/how-do-you-shoot-a-12-year-old/#ixzz12XDCWZpd

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His voice rises as he weighs the questions yet again. How do you treat a child like an enemy combatant? How do you threaten violence, even in self-defense, against a little boy? How do you shoot a pistol-packing 12-year-old child so warped that he’s willing to blow you away just to steal a car whose dashboard he probably can’t even see over?

How do you not?

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The news story calls a 15 year old a “pre-teen”. That’s wrong.

When a child picks up a weapon to do a felony, then they forfeit the label “child”.

We need some new labels.

A criminal threat makes one a “target”.

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