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Comment by Sarah Boone on July 24, 2015 at 8:32pm

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Comment by Sarah Boone on October 6, 2014 at 9:51pm

Saints, we are called to be the watchmen for the people. America need our prayer. A computer virus is out there that can set off our nuclear bombs,

In June last year, a computer virus called Stuxnet was discovered lurking in the data banks of power plants, traffic control systems and factories around the world.
Pandora's box has been opened; on the new battlefield the aggressors are anonymous, the shots are fired without starting wars and the foot soldiers can pull their triggers without leaving their desks.
Last week the United States government announced they would retaliate to a cyber-attack with conventional force. The threat is real, and the age in which a computer bug could cost lives has begun

Comment by Sarah Boone on September 28, 2014 at 6:16pm

Comment by Sarah Boone on September 18, 2014 at 9:11pm

Saints its time be careful. The Devil have found a new way to kill us. But we know our God. If Jesus keep Apostle John who was  put in the boiled oil and he survived to tell his testimony. You to will over come this Test !

Smart Meters - are wireless digital meters that transmit electricity and gas and water meters can talk to a central computer system. It`s  SENDING ELECTRICAL SHOCK through your brain cells. At 3am and 4 am in the morning when they communication with their central system. Look at the health effects it cause disrupt the blood to the brain barrier, contributing to diseases such as Dementia, insomnia, heart palpitations ,muscle pain, disrupt cell reproduction, seizures, nausea, increased blood pressure, immune problems, physical weakness, eyes problems, urinary problems. hair loss, depression, suicidal and headaches and many more effects. It hurting children, elderly and You. Our brains and hearts are electrical conduction systems.  Go check it out for yourself - SMART METER !

You Got the Victory !

Comment by Sarah Boone on September 17, 2014 at 12:38pm

Comment by Sarah Boone on September 8, 2014 at 1:35pm

Court Says Church Cannot Keep Tithes, Part 1


On December 16, 2013 the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals overturned a bankruptcy court's decision and ruled that a church had to turn over to a bankruptcy trustee the tithes and offerings it received from a couple because they filed for bankruptcy.  Shortly after the couple filed for bankruptcy, the trustee in charge of the bankruptcy went after the church to which the couple had given their tithes for the previous two years.  The trustee claimed that the law, under 11 USC 548(a)(1)(B), authorized him to recover all the contributions made by the couple to the church in 2008 and 2009 because the couple contributed more than 15% of their gross annual income to the church (Word of Life Christian Center).  The church agreed that the couple gave more than 15% but also held that the law protected the church from having to forfeit 100% of the contributions to the trustee.  The church cited section 548(a)(2) and claimed that it was required to return only the portion of the contributions that exceeded 15% of the couple's gross annual income.  The court disagreed with the church.  It ruled that the language of the law was plain; that even if the contributions exceeded 15% of the couple's annual gross income by just one cent, the church would have to forfeit to the trustee all of the contributions it had received from the couple.  Most churches in America do not know that the law allows bankruptcy trustees to render void the tithes that churches receive from its members if the member later files for bankruptcy if the members tithes and offerings combined is greater than 15% of their income.

Comment by Sarah Boone on June 28, 2014 at 7:08am

Comment by Sarah Boone on May 23, 2014 at 4:33pm

"Any Key You Can Photograph Is A Key That Can Be Copied" If you take a picture of a car or house key, could you use that picture to get a copy made? Yes-quite trivially, actually. I have a folder on my laptop that is filled with photos people have taken of their keys and put onto the internet. Every few weeks, I take some idle time and associate one of those keys to an address (lot of Googling, mostly) and then I decode the cuts in the key.
Then, I do nothing else-because I'm a pretty nice dude who is just fascinated by this sort of thing. That said, however, the specific measurements for any common brand of lock can be found online, and, with a little experience, you can hand-file keys in only a few minutes. Just search for "Depth & Space" charts. Those will tell you how far apart to space your cuts and the possible depths you might find cut into that type of key. Note that, while the space and depth will stay consistent across a given brand, it's up to you to figure out the specific depths for your key.
Because you are working from a photograph, you may also need to do a little work to scale and skew the reference image a bit. However, you can figure out the dimensions of other parts of the key-like the total length, height, bow of the key, etc.-so, even if the original image was taken from an odd angle, you can use various known points on the key to normalize your measurements. Compare the depths of the cuts to the depth & space charts-and, boom, you have what we call the "bitting" of the lock.
Then, just take a blank key (you can buy the most common blanks at your local hardware store) and mark out the spacing with a Sharpie. File down at each Sharpie mark until you've reached the right measurements, and you'll have a working key for that lock.
You should think of your keys like you think of your passwords: don't show them off to the world

Comment by Sarah Boone on January 6, 2014 at 6:03pm

Hospitals urge public to wear masks when entering all facilities

Posted on: 3:43 pm, January 6, 2014, by Holly Henry, updated on: 03:48pm, January 6, 2014


January 6, 2014 – Effective Tuesday, hospitals and health care systems strongly recommend all patients and visitors wear a mask upon entering hospitals, freestanding emergency departments, urgent care centers, and branch clinics, including patients seeking outpatient services at hospitals.

A mask is also strongly recommended on arrival for patients and family members seeking care at associated physician practices.

The recommendation comes at a time when seasonal influenza cases in Virginia have reached the widespread level, which the Virginia Department of Health and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention cite as the highest level of flu activity.

Since vaccines are not 100% effective, patients and visitors entering the facilities who have already had a flu vaccine are still strongly encouraged to wear a mask, as an added protection for themselves and their loved ones.

Medical evidence suggests infected persons can transmit the virus as much as 24 hours before displaying symptoms. This recommendation will help protect patients, visitors, and staff from exposure to flu, even before symptoms occur.

Hospitals and health systems are also asking individuals displaying symptoms of influenza-like illness not to visit patients at area hospitals.

Symptoms of flu include: fever and respiratory illness such as cough, sore throat, runny or stuffy nose, muscle aches, chills, and sometimes vomiting and diarrhea.

The recommendation to wear a mask when entering health care facilities will remain in effect during the flu season and while prevalence of flu in the region is extraordinarily high. Other safety measures to prevent the spread of flu could be considered as the flu season continues.

Participating hospitals and emergency departments include:

Bon Secours DePaul Medical Center Bon Secours Mary Immaculate Hospital Bon Secours Maryview Medical Center Bon Secours Health Center at Harbour View Chesapeake Regional Medical Center Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters Halifax Regional Hospital Naval Medical Center Portsmouth Riverside Doctors’ Hospital Riverside Regional Medical Center Riverside Shore Memorial Hospital Riverside Tappahannock Hospital Riverside Walter Reed Hospital Sentara CarePlex Hospital and Orthopaedic Hospital at Sentara CarePlex Sentara Leigh Hospital Sentara Norfolk General Hospital and Sentara Heart Hospital Sentara Obici Hospital Sentara Princess Anne Hospital Sentara Virginia Beach General Hospital Sentara Williamsburg Regional Medical Center Sentara Northern Virginia Medical Center Sentara Freestanding Emergency Departments at BelleHarbour, Port Warwick, Independence, Lake Ridge, and Lorton Marketplace Martha Jefferson Hospital Martha Jefferson Emergency Department at Proffit Road Sentara RMH Medical Center


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