ISIS crucifies 9 men in Syria’s Aleppo/Iraq’s Christians face ISIS slaughter as country disintegrates/’US fighting alongside ISIS’: Direct American role in strengthening jihadists?/Boko Haram attacks villages and churches in Nigeria, dozens killed and more signs of JESUS’ soon return

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ISIS Terror Threat to U.S Targets ‘High,’ Say Officials


ISIS, the Islamist terror group that now controls much of Syria and Iraq, poses an “extremely high” terror threat to U.S. targets, and has the bomb-making skills and foreign fighters needed to strike U.S. and other Western interests, according to multiple U.S. intelligence officials. “While trying to rank threats or compare them to previous threat periods is a hazardous endeavor,” said one former U.S. counterterrorism official, “the current threat coming out of ISIS — and Syria more broadly — is extremely high.” While the opposition in Syria and Iraq is diverse, said the official, there are “sub elements” within it that are “especially worrisome because of their commitment to attack the West.” Another senior counterterrorism official added that in recent weeks, “ISIS has accumulated tens of millions in wealth, large amounts of military equipment and ordnance, and has expanded the safe haven in which it operates.” More

Obama Adviser reasserts U.S. is ‘Islamic Country’


An Obama adviser who ruffled feathers last year claiming the U.S. is “an Islamic country with and Islamically compliant constitution” is reportedly at it again. Mohamed Elibiary is a senior fellow of Obama’s Department of Homeland Security Advisory Council. According to a report from the Investigative Project on Terrorism, or IPT, Elibiary revisited his October 2013 tweet in which he claimed the U.S. was an “Islamic country,” explaining in another tweet Saturday (reportedly since deleted), “I said America was an Islamic country not a Muslim country. Pls study up on the difference b4 attacking me.” IPT reports a source close to Elibiary explained the Homeland Security adviser meant to say that he feels there is nothing in the U.S. Constitution and the American system that runs contrary to Islam. More

Border Patrol Agents Testing Positive for T.B and Swine Flu


Border Patrol agents have long been at risk for violence from drug cartels and criminals. Just last week Tucson sector agents were fired upon by Mexican aircraft inside the U.S. border. But now there is a new, insidious threat to Border Patrol agents, families and communities from the crush of illegal immigrants at our southern border, which has become a gateway for disease entry. Border agents have tested positive for tuberculosis (TB), H1N1 (“swine”) flu and chicken pox. Other diseases like dengue and Ebola virus also may be in this wave of illegals, since people are coming from Central and South America, the Middle East and West Africa. Dengue fever, including the hemorrhagic form, is already raging in Puerto Vallerta, Mexico. Ebola virus hemorrhagic fever is seriously out of control in several West African countries. More

 

Racy Photos of School Principal has Parents Furious!


An elementary school teacher in Canada is coming under fire after provocative images of herself ended up on Facebook and Pinterest pages, prompting some parents to remove their children from school. But Penny Mueller of the Crestomere School in the rural town of Lacombe, Alberta, remains defiant, claiming she has done nothing wrong. Mueller’s troubles began in the summer of 2009 when she posed for a photo in Washington, D.C., while attending a taxpayer-funded conference. In that photo, Mueller and another teacher, Marti Ingram, are seen performing a simulated sexual act on the Washington Monument. More

tropicalWhat may become the first tropical system of the 2014 Atlantic hurricane season has begun brewing off the Carolina coast, and weather models show it may affect much of the East Coast for the July 4th holiday weekend. In its 2 p.m. Sunday update, the National Hurricane Center—America’s tropical tempest nightwatchmen (and women)—said there is an 80 percent chance that the swirling mass of clouds will develop into a full-fledged tropical cyclone within the next five days. More

Scientists discover one of the most Earthlike planets yet

earthsSci News is reporting that astronomers at the University of New South Wales have discovered an Earthlike planet just 16 light-years away. The planet, dubbed Gliese 832c, is orbiting a red dwarf star half the mass and radius of our own sun. Gliese 832c has an orbital period of about 35 days, and a mass more than five times that of Earth’s. More importantly, however, Gliese 832c is orbiting within the habitable zone of the red dwarf, and receives the same average stellar energy as Earth does from the sun, Sci News reports. More

PROPHECY ALERT – ISIS Map Shows 5-Year Expansion Plan

iserThe Islamic militant group currently marching across Iraq trying to seize territory in order to create an Islamic state has purportedly published a map showing their plans for the next five years. The maps were widely shared on Twitter this weekend. They show parts of Africa, the Middle East, and even Europe shaded in black, to represent the territories that ISIS hopes will be part of its Sunni-run state. ISIS stands for the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, and is a militant group that currently has fighters in Syria and Iraq trying to seize territory. More

Ukraine suspends cease-fire, orders attack.


Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said on Tuesday government forces would renew offensive operations against pro-Russian rebels and “free our lands”, hours after a ceasefire to make way for peace talks with the rebels had expired. Shortly after a four-way phone call with Russian President Vladimir Putin and German and French leaders, Poroshenko blamed the rebels for failing to keep to the truce or follow a peace plan he had outlined. More

Obama moves to “Executive Action” after “No-Go” From Boehner


Prompted by a conversation with Speaker John Boehner, President Barack Obama said Monday he is done waiting for Congress to act and taking steps to reform nation’s immigration system through administrative action.  “America cannot wait forever for them to act. That’s why today I am beginning a new effort to fix as much of our immigration system as I can on my own, without Congress,” Obama said in the Rose Garden, with Vice President Joe Biden by his side. The President lamented that Republicans have “proven again and again that they’re unwilling to stand up against the Tea Party.”
At an event celebrating professional golfers last week, Boehner told Obama “Republicans wil continue to block a vote on immigration reform at least until the remainder of this year,” Obama said.More

 

Bodies of three kidnapped teens in Israel found


BREAKING NEWS
: Israeli searchers on Monday discovered the bodies of three Israeli teenagers, who were abducted on June 12, north of Hebron in the West Bank. The bodies were found in an area between Halhul and Karmei Tzur on Monday afternoon. Israeli security forces, which had been conducting extensive searches in the area, sealed off the area and declared it a closed military zone. Hebron was also sealed off.  A search team from the local Kfar Etzion field school, along with IDF soldiers from an elite unit, found the teens. The local volunteers had been asking for two weeks to join the search. Naftali Fraenkel, 16, Gil-ad Shaar, 16, and Eyal Yifrach, 19, were kidnapped on the night of June 12 at a hitchhiking post outside the settlement of Alon Shvut in the Etzion Bloc south of Jerusalem. More


DAYS OF LOT
 – Sir Elton John has revealed plans for a “very quiet” wedding – and said he believes Jesus Christ would support gay priests getting married. In an exclusive interview with Sky News, the star told Dermot Murnaghan he hopes to marry David Furnish some time next year and that it would be a low-key affair. He also revealed his thoughts about the Pope – describing him as a “wonderful” man whose tolerance was an example to the Church of England. The entertainer also spoke about the launch of a new fund to support the training of young athletes determined to compete in the Olympics and Paralympics. He said he hoped a concert, performed for the charity SportsAid at Stoke Park in Buckinghamshire last night, would raise £500,000 for the fund. More

ISIS fighter says group will ‘break all borders to reach Jerusalem’


A video purportedly shot by Islamist militants at a captured Iraqi border post on the Syrian border shows captured Iraqi soldiers and vehicles, while an English-speaking fighter reaffirms the declaration of an Islamic “caliphate.”  The fighter, Abu Safiyya from Chile, claims to be standing on the Iraq border with Syria. In the clip, titled The End of Sykes-Picot, Safiyya says that the ISIS will eventually break all of the Middle East borders to make way to Jerusalem. More

 

Court strikes limited blow against Obamacare contraception mandate


The Supreme Court ruled Monday that closely held companies cannot be required to pay to cover some types of contraceptives for their employees, ending its term with a narrow legal and political setback for a controversial part of President Barack Obama’s healthcare reform law. The owners of Hobby Lobby, furniture maker Conestoga Wood Specialties and Christian bookseller Mardel argued that the Affordable Care Act violates the First Amendment and other federal laws protecting religious freedom because it requires them to provide coverage for contraceptives like the “morning-after pill,” which the companies consider tantamount to abortion. The decision, which comes two years after the justices narrowly preserved the Affordable Care Act and its key funding provision, could serve as a primer for other pending challenges to the health law. More

 

Billy Graham’s Daughter: ‘Pray Before It’s Too Late and Judgment Falls on Our Nation’


While at home caring for my husband, I have had time to be quiet and listen more to the whispers of the Spirit. He has revealed things to me in the stillness that I’m not sure I would have heard in my former busyness. One of the things He has impressed on me is that we are living at the end of human history as we know it.  In light of this, He has given me some practical assignments.  One was to be the Honorary Chair for the National Day of Prayer 2014 this past May.  He gave me the message I was to deliver, which was from Joel 1: The Day of the Lord is at hand. It was a message warning of judgment that is coming. More

POLICE GETTING REAL-TIME ACCESS TO PRIVATE SECURITY CAMERAS IN DOWNTOWN GRAND RAPIDS


Downtown businesses are giving area law enforcement agencies greater access to private video surveillance feeds under a new push to increase real-time monitoring capabilities in Grand Rapids. Jack Stewart, Kent County emergency management coordinator, said the Grand Rapids Police and Kent County Sheriff’s departments are increasing access to the downtown surveillance apparatus under a new public-private partnership program. The two agencies are tapping into private video feeds from existing cameras mounted on the exterior of private commercial buildings downtown, he said. Previously, police would request video from private feeds during the course of a criminal investigation. Now, police will be able to monitor the feeds in real time from county and city dispatch centers. More

Shortage of primary-care doctors will worsen.


Federally funded programs will add at least 2,300 new primary care practitioners by the end of 2015, but the funding for at least one of those programs is set to expire at the same time, contributing to a massive shortage of doctors available to treat patients — including those newly insured through the Affordable Care Act and Medicare. The U.S. is expected to need 52,000 more primary care physicians by 2025, according to a study by the Robert Graham Center, which does family medicine policy research. But funding for teaching hospitals that could train thousands more of these doctors expires in late 2015. Population growth will drive most of the need for family care doctors, accounting for 33,000 additional physicians, the study says. The aging population will require about 10,000 more. The Affordable Care Act is expected to increase the number of family doctors needed by more than 8,000, the study says. More

ISIS Mocks Obama in Latest Video: “Obama, Did You Prepare Enough Diapers For Your Soldiers?”


ISIS released a new video on Sunday titled – “The End of Sykes-Picot.” At the end of the video a laughing jihadist cruising in a Ford 350 mocks Obama. The Islamist Abu Saffiya from Chile, shows off the spoils of war and raises the Islamic flag at a former Iraqi military base. Another Islamist mocks Obama at the end of the video. More


Expect to pay more at the pump. Conflicts in Iraq have substantially caused gas to go up. Marcus Washington reports right now gas prices are at a six year high for early summer. As a projected 41 million people hit the road during this Fourth of July weekend, experts say get ready to pay more at the pump. “Both nationally and in Maryland, the average today is $3.68 a gallon. That’s up two cents from a week ago nationally. And here in Maryland, it’s up about three cents,” said Ragina Cooper-Averella, AAA Mid-Atlantic. More

 

Supreme Court Rules that Public Union Can’t Make Non-Members Pay Fees


The Supreme Court says public sector unions can’t collect fees from home health care workers who object to being affiliated with a union. The justices on Monday said collecting the fees violates the First Amendment rights of workers who are not union members. The ruling is a financial blow to labor unions that have bolstered their ranks in Illinois and other states by signing up hundreds of thousands of home health care workers. The case was brought by a group of Illinois in-home care workers who said they didn’t want to pay fees related to collective bargaining. They claimed the “fair share fees” violate their constitutional rights by compelling them to associate with the union. More

Louisiana sheriff stands up for his right to pray


On July 4, a Louisiana sheriff and a team of supporters plan to celebrate their freedom to worship as they please. Bossier Parish’s top lawman, Sheriff Julian Whittington, doesn’t see how it’s anyone’s business how or when he prays except the people who elected him to his office, and he believes those folks are behind him when he says, “In God We Trust.” He’ll be saying as much Friday at a rally offering food, music, fun and prayer. “Not only am I elected to serve the people of Bossier Parish, but I live here and my family lives here. I think Bossier Parish is a better place with Christianity and Christian values involved in it. I am an elected official. I’m also a citizen here. I think this is what’s best for us. I don’t work for anybody in Washington. What they do, what they say, I couldn’t really care less,” Whittington said. More

appleAfter painstakingly typing a password to download every Angry Birds update, Apple iPhone users got a reak with the latest 5s model’s fingerprint scanner. The addition could mark a turning point for biometric security technology, long a subject of concern to privacy advocates. Called Touch ID, it makes the smartphones less susceptible to theft or misuse, and owners are lapping it up, according to Apple. Company research shows that 83% use a fingerprint scan to unlock their 5s phones, compared with fewer than half who previously bothered to secure their devices with passwords. Banks such as Bank of America, with 15 million active mobile accounts, may use the technology in future iPhone applications. More

 

Hong Kong prepares for mass protest against Beijing control


Hong Kong is braced for protests on Tuesday, which organisers expect will draw at least 500,000 people, potentially making it the region’s largest demonstration in recent history. The scale of the protests reflects frustration at Beijing’s plans to choose Hong Kong’s next chief executive. Nearly 800,000 residents – more than a fifth of the city’s electorate – had cast ballots in an unofficial “referendum” as the polls closed on Sunday, according to the vote’s organisers. The pro-democratic protest group Occupy Central with Love and Peace (OCLP) announced that 798,000 Hong Kong residents had voted in its “civil referendum”, an unofficial vote on how their next chief executive – the region’s top official – should be elected. Beijing has bristled at the poll. One government official called it illegal and invalid, while China’s state-run media has called it a farce and a folly. The referendum website has been barraged by highly advanced cyber-attacks. More


Gay pride parades held around the U.S. Sunday drew huge crowds of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people and their supporters who celebrated after a year of numerous same-sex marriage victories. As many as 1 million people packed the streets of the Chicago’s North Side for the first gay pride parade since Illinois legalized gay marriage last month. “I think there is definitely like an even more sense of pride now knowing that in Illinois you can legally get married now,” said Charlie Gurion, who with David Wilk in February became the first couple in Cook County to get a same-sex marriage license. “I think it is a huge thing, and everybody’s over the moon that they can do it now.” New York’s Fifth Avenue became one giant rainbow as thousands of participants waved multicolored flags while making their way down the street. Politicians including Mayor Bill de Blasio and Gov. Andrew Cuomo were among those walking along a lavender line painted on the avenue from midtown Manhattan to the West Village. More

beatenA GIRL, aged just 15, was beaten to the ground and then kicked and punched in a park as onlookers simply watched — filming it on their phones. The unprovoked attack on the girl, in Brooklyn, New York, follows another savage attack in the US last week. In that first incident, the victim’s two-year-old son horrifically witnessed his mum being beaten in the city of Salem, New Jersey. The second attack, in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park, happened last Thursday (AEDT) and was immediately posted online. The victim made a complaint to Brooklyn Police, the New York Post reported . The 15-year-old girl said she was sitting on a park bench when three women came up to her and began punching her. More

Jordanian Bedouin hoist Al Qaeda flag in Ma’an – 104 km from Eilat. US, Israeli forces on the ready


“Ma’an is the Falluja of Jordan!” shouted thousands of Bedouin Saturday, June 28, in the southern Jordanian town of Ma’an. This legend was inscribed on the placards and flags they bore aloft with one hand in the name of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS). In the other, they waved automatic rifles. Ma’an (pop: 50,000) is in a sensitive location:  218 km south of Amman, it also lies 104 km from the Israeli port town of Eilat and some 60 km from the main artery cutting south from northern Israel to the south. But although pro-Al Qaeda riots have been going on for days in Ma’an, capital of the southern province of the Kingdom of Jordan, military and security personnel have not been seen in its vicinity. The town has a history of violent unrest. It has in the past suffered curfew and was even, when the rioting got out of hand, stormed by soldiers firing live rounds and leaving dozens dead. For now, King Abdullah is conferring urgently with his army and intelligence chiefs on how to suppress the Islamist revolt in Ma’an without it spilling over into other Jordanian towns, especially Salt, Irbid and Zerka, which have large clusters of Al Qaeda followers. More

US personnel in Bahrain prepare for Ramadan


U.S. personnel accustomed to drinking their coffee on the drive to work will have to put that habit on hold for about a month. It’s one of a few lifestyle changes Americans will have to make during the holy month of Ramadan. Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. Officials expect Ramadan to begin at sunrise on Saturday, depending on when the new moon is sighted. The holy month lasts for approximately 30 days — until about July 28. For Muslims around the world, Ramadan is a month of fasting and devotion to god. Most Muslims fast from dawn to sunset, when families gather for Iftar — the meal that breaks the fast. For the 8,200 U.S. personnel living here, and those serving throughout the U.S. Central Command area of responsibility — including servicemembers, civilian personnel, contractors and family members — the month may require changing some daily routines. More

Boko Haram attacks villages and churches in Nigeria, dozens killed


Suspected Islamist militants killed dozens of people in an attack on three Nigerian villages, including one targeting worshipers at a church, a few kilometers from Chibok, the scene of an abduction of more than 200 school girls. Residents said the gunmen riding on motorcycles opened fire on worshippers and pursued them as they tried to flee into the surrounding bush. The attackers hurled explosives into churches as services were ongoing and torched several buildings, witnesses said on Sunday. The targeted villages have been identified as Kwada, Ngurojina, Karagau, Kautikari, all in Borno state, the stronghold of the Islamist group which has killed thousands during a five-year extremist uprising. More

Jordan’s king: We fear spread of Iraq chaos


Jordan’s king told a delegation of US congressmen Sunday that he fears the turmoil in Iraq could spill over into the entire region. During the meeting in Amman, Abdullah II said that Jordan is working to preserve Iraq’s territorial integrity and the unity of its people, Ynet reported. He added that any solution to the problems in the war-torn country must involve all of the people of Iraq. More

 

PROPHECY WATCH – Jihadist group ISIS declares Islamic ‘Caliphate’ in Iraq and Syria


The jihadist group the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS or ISIL) on Sunday declared the establishment of a “Caliphate”, or Islamic state, with the group’s leader as the ruling “Caliph”. The group, known for its ruthless tactics and systemic abuses during its involvement in the conflicts in Iraq and Syria where it has captured vast swathes of territory, also announced it was renaming itself the “Islamic State” and called on jihadi factions worldwide to pledge allegiance to it. The Caliphate would be imposed on areas the group controls in Iraq and Syria with its chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi the Caliph, or head of state, and “leader for Muslims everywhere”, ISIS spokesman Abu Mohammad al-Adnani said in an audio recording distributed online. More

 

Texas man pleads guilty to attempt to join ISIS


A 23-year-old Texas man admitted Friday that he had been practicing military maneuvers and planned to travel to Syria to join ISIS, the terror group that has claimed thousands of lives in a violent march through Iraq in recent weeks. Michael Wolfe, a.k.a. Faruq, of Austin, Texas, pleaded guilty to one count of attempting to provide support and resources to a foreign terrorist organization, according to a statement issued by the U.S. attorney’s office in San Antonio. He was arrested 10 days ago when he tried to board a flight out of Houston. Another man, 23-year-old Rahatul Ashikim Khan, was arrested the same day at his house in Round Rock, Texas, and was charged with trying to recruit men to join terrorist organizations, federal authorities said. More

 

WAR DRUMS: Armed US drones over Baghdad, Saudi and Jordanian tanks deploy


The Obama administration announced Friday, June 27, that unmanned aerial vehicles flying over Baghdad would henceforth be armed in order to defend the US Embassy in the Green Zone. The embassy was originally assigned the tasks of guardian of Iraq’s central government and symbol of post-Saddam national unity. These roles have remained out of reach ever since the Americans invaded Iraq in 2003. Today, the armed drones overhead are reduced to holding back the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) and its local Sunni allies from overrunning the Green Zone and seizing the embassy, most of whose 5,000 staff were evacuated as a precaution. President Barack Obama has again decreed that no US soldiers will take part in combat in Iraq. Therefore, American military personnel on the ground will be there to guide the drones to their targets. Those targets were defined Saturday, June 28, by Gen. Martin Dempsey, Chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, as striking at ISIS leaders and defending Iraq’s strategic facilities. He did not elaborate. More

USS BATAAN WITH 1,000 MARINES TO JOIN SIX OTHER WARSHIPS IN THE PERSIAN GULF


CNN is reporting that the USS Bataan is being sent to the Persian Gulf with 1,000 marines on board. There is no word of a planned invasion. That will make seven warships there — the USS Arleigh Burke, the USS Truxton, the USS Gunston Hall, the USS George HW Bush, the USS O’Kane, the USS Philippine Sea, and the USS Mesa Verde – along with helicopters and warplanes that can be used for an invasion or for an evacuation of US citizens. More

 

Israel hits Gaza with 12 air strikes after rocket fire


Israeli air raids hit the Gaza Strip 12 times overnight, wounding two people after rockets fired from the Palestinian territory caused a fire in southern Israel, sources from both sides said. The strikes late on Saturday and early on Sunday targeted sites across the coastal enclave, slightly wounding two people and damaging property in Gaza City, an interior ministry spokesman in Gaza said. ”There were a total of 12 strikes in two stages,” an Israeli army spokesman told AFP, saying the raids targeted several “sites of terrorist activity”. More

Could Ebola Spread to the United States?


The current outbreak of Ebola in West Africa is now the largest in history, but how likely is it to spread to the United States or other countries around the world? It’s theoretically possible that people with Ebola could travel to other countries on planes, and infect others outside the region. However, it’s extremely unlikely that the virus would then cause further outbreaks in communities in the United States or other developed countries with systems in place to contain such deadly infections, experts say. So far, the Ebola outbreak, which first appeared in December 2013, has infected at least 600 people in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia, including 338 who died, according to the World Health Organization. The medical group Doctors Without Borders has said the epidemic is “out of control” in the region, and that they do not have the resources to care for the growing number of people who are sick. More

 

ISIS crucifies 9 men in Syria’s Aleppo


A jihadist group in Syria has publicly executed and crucified nine men, eight of them rebels fighting both President Bashar al-Assad’s regime and the jihadists, a monitor said on Sunday. The report comes amid fierce clashes on the outskirts of Damascus between the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, which is spearheading a major offensive in Iraq, and rebels, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said. ”ISIL executed eight men in Deir Hafer in the east of Aleppo province” on Saturday because they belonged to rebel groups that had fought against the jihadists as well as Assad’s forces, it said. More

Great White Shark Spotted in NY Waters — for 3rd Time This Week!


A large shark bumped into a fishing boat off a popular Long Island beach over the weekend in what may have been the third sighting of a great white in waters off the New York and New Jersey coasts this week. Greg Grodecki was out with fishing buddies 15 miles off the shore of Fire Island Sunday when a wide-mouthed fish sidled up to his boat. Grodecki said he thought it was a great white shark.  ”It was just amazing to see it, so beautiful and powerful,” Grodecki said. “It’s just a great experience.”More

DISTRESS OF NATIONS – Economist Warns Civil Unrest Rising Everywhere.


The greatest problem we have is misinformation. People simply do not comprehend why and how the economic policies of the post-war era are imploding. This whole agenda of socialism has sold a Utopian idea that the State is there for the people yet it is run by lawyers following their own self-interest. The pensions created for those in government drive the cost of government up exponentially with time. The political forces blame the rich and this merely creates a class warfare with no resolution for the future. Even confiscating all the wealth of the so-called rich will not sustain the system. Consequently, we just have to crash and burn and start all over again. More

First batch of Russian jets arrives in Iraq.


The first ten Russian Sukhoi (Su-24) fighter jets arrived in Iraq on Saturday, the country’s Defense Ministry said. Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki is hoping the jets will make a key difference in the fight against ISIS. “The fighter jets landed today in the morning on different military airfields,” MP Abbas al-Bayati told Iraqi media. The official spokesperson for the Iraqi Ministry of Defense, Mohammed al-Askari, also confirmed the information, Al Iraqiya TV channel reported. The fighter jets will be stationed at an airbase located in the southern part of the country, PressTV reported, citing military sources. More

 

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  1. missed your post tonight. hope everything is okay. I really appreciate your effort and have shared w my friends

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