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Bart Schuck
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God's Kingdom Means Salvation
Once
again, our detractors just ever so slightly skew our teachings in order to
discredit or at very least belittle us. It shouldn’t surprise us, Satan himself
did the very same thing to Jehovah in the garden of Eden. He implied that God
did not have mankin...
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Dealing with scammers

eHealth Insurance , kept calling twice a day for the past several days. I did some research on the number (304-716-4803) and found the following:

Suspected Spam
Flagged as Telemarketer
(304) 716-4803
Ronald S Hartwell Jr.
Vail Lab VoIP
Princeton, WV
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Permanent Elimination or Everlasting Torment?
Permanent
death or everlasting torture? What does the weight of scripture demonstrate is
God's viewpoint on what is just? Even
with the first human pair, God was very plain what would happen if they
disobeyed. Gen.2:16,17 Yes,
death, returning to the dust f...
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Matthew 8 vs 29 Demons Tormented
Matthew 8:29 " [the demons] screamed, saying: “What have we to do with you, Son
of God?    Did you come here to torment us   before
the appointed time?” It is helpful to
understand what the demons meant by "did you come here to torment us before the appoint...
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I suppose the good side of Pokemon GO is that is finally something that is getting young folk off their duffs and out in the open. The downside is, they are still glued to their devices (and possible threatening situations).
http://www.wowt.com/content/news/Police-warn-386313721.html
Robbers are starting to take notice of the popular smartphone game Pokemon GO, which requires users to look at their phone while searching for Pokemon in different locations.
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Just read this: https://www.cnet.com/news/survive-a-zombie-apocalypse-nerfs-zedtown/

The easiest way to avoid a zombie apocalypse is to avoid Comic-Con and don't watch shows featuring it. You see, in the real world, zombies don't exist -- not even at Holloween.
Think you can outlive hundreds of ravenous zombies? Team CNET did. So its members threw themselves into the deep end with the humans-versus-zombies survival game Zedtown to prove it.
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Handling Determined Dissenters / Opposers
Our
firm conviction is one of those things that can cause irritation when we meet
those who adamantly disagree with us (no matter which belief it is we hold
dear). Admittedly, more than once the hairs on the back of my neck stood up and
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Reply to commenter on Matthew 8
I actually appreciate when I am challenged by those not
having the same viewpoint as I do. It helps me to strengthen my beliefs while
attempting to make a defense with “ a mild spirit and deep
respect .” So just within the last 24 hours I received a comment...
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Matthew 8 vs 29 Demons Tormented
Matthew 8:29 " [the demons] screamed, saying: “What have we to do with you, Son
of God?    Did you come here to torment us   before
the appointed time?” It is helpful to
understand what the demons meant by "did you come here to torment us before the appoint...
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A mere 3 weeks. 21 days until the official unboxing of the Note 7.
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I knew I had gotten a good deal when I bought the Asus ZenWatch2, but I didn't know just HOW good it was -- until I started seeing fitness trackers that cost as much, if not more, than the watch.
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I've been constantly called by an "Amy." She always calls from areacode 209 and a number starting with the prefix 1xx. (In a/c 209, the first valid prefix starts with 200, so I know all numbers in the 100-series are scammers and spoofed numbers.) I recently found an Android app that allows blocking using wildcards and just wanted to share it with you all.

On the Play Store, it is "Call Control."
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.flexaspect.android.everycallcontrol&referrer=utm_source%3DEveryCaller

To check valid prefixes in your own a/c, go to http://www.teracodes.com/area-codes/ and then click on your areacode. Scroll down and you will see the list. (They always use AreaCode - Prefix as in 209-200, 209-201, etc.)

Blocking "Amy" only required: 12091*
Listings of all telephone area codes for U.S. and territories, Canada and Caribbean countries.
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Excel (freelance consulting). Sell my pics
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  • Being A Nice Guy
    2012
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Student Of Life, Student For A Lifetime.
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My name is Bart. In the past, I've referred to myself as a Student of Life. Indeed, even after living more than 6 decades, I find I am still learning & always eager to learn new things.
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Lost so much & still happy
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  • Reading btwn the lines
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I have stayed here more than once. It is usually my first stop from the Bay Area on a week-long photo excursion through northern Calif. and southern Oregon. Arriving from an 8-hour trip, I'm exhausted the first day. Get up early the following morning to photo the elk for several hours then drive into Oregon. As others have written, it is indeed quaint (both the motel and restaurant). Then again, it is also true that the rooms have musty smells. Not sure how an old quaint hotel can be compared to city motels--it is not only unfair but unreasonable. The staff at both the hotel and restaurant are helpful. The food is on par with any other mom-pop shop I've eaten at (for dinner). Since I'm up early, I just walk across the street to the general store and get a quick breakfast burrito and coffee to go. In short, if you are someone who appreciates simple and quaint, this is very good. If you are the sort that wears high heels on the beach, you won't like it here.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I have been shopping at the Tracy Grocery Outlet for more than a decade. The quality of what they carry is 99.9% of the time wonderful. There have only been two instances that I got bad food. They willingly took it back. All the staff there are very kind and helpful. I make this store my first stop, then whatever I couldn't find there, I will get at a higher priced store.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Wife & I just shared order of onion rings. We both ordered malts. We got shakes. Irritates me when I pay for something I didn't get.
Food: GoodDecor: GoodService: Poor - Fair
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
I can't remember how long I've had my checking acct through Bank of Internet, but the acct type has been "grandfathered" if that's any clue. Originally got acct because bcuz my brick-n-mortar bank wanted to charge for internet banking whereas BOI not only gave free checking acct, but free access via internet, paid me interest AND paid for bill mailing when snail-mail was the only option. My experience is completely positive and don't know how the person who gave one star could truthfully feel that way. I have always had very good customer service with them.
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Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago
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These guys are ripoff artists. My wife came in with a Chevy truck and was told that it would be $100 for the test unless she ha a coupon. Then, supposedly, they did her a "favor" by giving her a coupon that brought it down to $68. When I called, I found out that the typical charge for a was for that size vehicle, they said $40. I then asked why my wife was charged so much. They hung up. The Bureau of Automotive Repair has been notified.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Today was my 1st time here. The size of the rolls were huge! I came from Tracy bcuz of friends high recommendations. I usually eat @ Kengo's in Tracy. But this place gives bigger portions for less $$.
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
This McDonalds is inside Walmart.
Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago