Wednesday, March 29, 2017

PIX-N-TOONZ-N-STUFF 033017

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Muslims around the world are coming to Jesus Christ in great numbers through dreams and visions. -Writing for Charisma News, Michael Snyder shares the stories of a number of Muslims who had supernatural encounters with Christ. One such story is that of Abu Radwan, a Muslim man who says Jesus appeared to him in a dream.

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Princeton Gets 10 Times as Much Tax Money per Student as Public Colleges- Educational tax exemptions disproportionately benefit elite private universities.

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ANTI-BREXIT REMAINIACS



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Another busy night at all the British henge sites as staff work all night to move the stones forward by an hour.


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OKLAHOMA CITY - They may miss that hour of sleep, but as we turn our clocks ahead, chances are kids won't be changing their watches. That's because the vast majority don't have a watch.
A new study shows that only 1-in-10 Oklahoma City kids ages 6-12 own a watch. And only 1-in-5 know how to read it.


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Chris Tomlinson reports for Breitbart, March 28, 2017, that a Swedish man is facing charges in court for eating bacon too closely to a group of Muslim women on a train.
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According to a September 2016 Pew Research survey, more than one in four Americans or 27% said that they didn’t read a single book within the last 12 months.


Here are the 10 shortest books in the world which will take you no time at all to read! Then you can tell the pollsters, “Nyah, nyah, I did read a book last year — not one, but many!”
  1. Things I Love About My Country, by Michelle Obama.
  2. My Christian Accomplishments and How I Helped African Americans in the Katrina Disaster, by Rev. Jesse Jackson and Rev. Al Sharpton.
  3. Things I Love About Bill, by Hillary Rodham Clinton.
  4. Sequel: Things I Love About Hillary, by William Jefferson Clinton.
  5. Vaccines I Gave My Children, by Bill Gates.
  6. How To Be a Good Catholic, by Nancy Pelosi and Joe Biden.
  7. How I Reduced My Carbon Footprint and Stopped Global Warming, by Al Gore and Leonardo DiCaprio.
  8. My Career As An Honest Reporter, by Brian Williams.
  9. My Plan to Find the Real Killer, by O. J. Simpson and Casey Anthony.
  10. And the shortest book of all is . . . Things I Did to Deserve the Nobel Peace Prize, by Barack Hussein Obama.
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Desk jobs are bad for your heart and your waist
• Study finds link between sedentary work, larger waist circumference & risk of heart disease
• People with no risk factors for heart disease walk at least seven miles per day or spend seven hours per day upright.

A new study shows further evidence for the view that spending too much time sitting down is bad for our health and our waistline.



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I WONDER WHAT SHE MEANS BY "NOT VERY OFTEN"?

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13 Things I Found on the Internet Today (Vol. CCXXVIII)

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BACK IN THE DAY!


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China, the country with the largest population in the world, has just found another 14 million people, equal to about one percent of its population of 1.37 billion. The group was never officially registered on the country’s household registration record system, known as hukou, which is closely linked to a person’s legal identity. That means they didn’t officially exist—until recently. On Friday (March 24), China’s Ministry of Public Security, the government department in charge of hukou registrations, announced that they had helped register the 14 million.

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