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"A missile was fired from Gaza. Iron Dome precisely calculated [its trajectory]. We know where these missiles are going to land down to a radius of 200 meters. This particular missile was going to hit either the Azrieli Towers, the Kirya (Israel’s equivalent of the Pentagon) or [a central Tel Aviv railway station]. Hundreds could have died.
"We fired the first [interceptor]. It missed. Second [interceptor]. It missed. This is very rare. I was in shock. At this point we had just four seconds until the missile lands. We had already notified emergency services to converge on the target location and had warned of a mass-casualty incident.
"Suddenly, Iron Dome (which calculates wind speeds, among other things) shows a major wind coming from the east, a strong wind that…sends the missile into the sea. We were all stunned. I stood up and shouted, ‘There is a God!’
“I witnessed this miracle with my own eyes. It was not told or reported to me. I saw the hand of God send that missile into the sea.”
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God proving he is the final covering. For full article: http://www.israeltoday.co.il/.../178/nid/24811/Default.aspx
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I was looking for this, thank you for bringing back #forum  search on #google  
Google Search used to have an option that allowed you to restrict results to forum pages. You'll often find helpful discussions and it's nice to be able to exclude blogs, news sites, videos, shopping sites when searching for ...
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Princess Leia and Harry Potter are dining in the eat-in kitchen of their midcentury modern home, sunshine bouncing off the white floors and refracting through the enormous aquarium that separates the kitchen from the den. “I need more pink tiles for my dining room!” their neighbor Hermione calls from her rainbow-colored split-level ranch home next door, which boasts three patios and two hot tubs.

“I wish we had purple bricks,” their neighbor Queen Amidala says as she parks her yacht next to her two-seater spaceship. “Maybe the Lego store has them now.”

I am powerless to those words and my daughters, ages 4 and 7, know it. So do the masterminds at the privately held Danish Lego group. They know how that first purchase of a small Lego brick box will invariably lead someone in my demographic to the Star Wars Lego collection at Target, where I’ll ogle the Millennium Falcon and babble on about the awesomeness of Ewok Village Leia. They know that my enthusiasm will lead my daughters straight to Heartlake City, the girlie Lego fantasy land that’s filled with bakeries, beauty salons, high schools and horse ranches (but no trains or traffic lights or firefighters or cops or civic infrastructure of any sort). And once we’re all caught in the tractor beam of the Lego store’s Pick A Brick wall, with its breathtaking kaleidoscope of specialty bricks and tiles for $14.99 a bucket, that’s when those Danes have us in their whimsical Scandinavian clutches forever.

No wonder I feel guilty as I’m driving my children to see “The Lego Movie.” I should be taking them on a long hike or handing out aprons and baking cookies. But we aren’t doing those things; instead we spend our weekends hunched over expensive plastic bricks, and now we’re going to watch them on the big screen. I have filled my daughters’ empty minds with a blind devotion to an indifferent commercial empire. #legoempire
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Yeah, and maybe your daughters will find their way through Lego building into careesr in engineering or research & development!  
BTW:  I have an entire  bedroom dresser full of Legos in storage for coming generations. My boys insisted that they be saved!  And FYI, Grandpa & Grandma purchased those expensive sets for many years as Christmas & birthday presents, God bless them!!!!!! 
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Hollywood Declares 2014 the Year of the Bible

Russell Crowe is Noah. Christian Bale is Moses. Brad Pitt is Pontius Pilate. With pages of action and a faithful fanbase, Hollywood is mining the good book for blockbuster stories.

Over the next 11 months, Hollywood is planning to release more big Biblical movies than it put out during the previous 11 years combined, and the trend shows no sign of slowing down in 2015 (or beyond). For an industry that spent much of the 2000s shying away from explicitly religious fare—the controversy over the alleged anti-Semitism of Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ effectively wiped out the genre, despite the film's huge box office receipts—it's a remarkable about-face that's as surprising as it is sudden.

Consider the 2014 release schedule. On Feb. 28, Twentieth Century Fox is first out of the gate with Son of God, a Jesus biopic culled from the History Channel's hit 2013 miniseries The Bible. (A Bible sequel titled A.D. is set to air next year on NBC.) Paramount is up next in March with Noah, director Darren Aronofsky's epic re-imagining of the life of the Old Testament's most famous ark-builder (played by Russell Crowe). Debuting in April is Heaven is for Real, starring Greg Kinnear as the father of a boy who claims to have passed through the pearly gates during a near-death experience, and both the Mother of God drama Mary (Ben Kingsley, Julia Ormond) and Ridley Scott's Exodus (Christian Bale, Aaron Paul) follow in December, right in time for awards season. Other faith-based projects kicking around Hollywood include a Cain and Abel movie directed by Will Smith; a Pontius Pilate picture starring Brad Pitt as the titular villain; an absurdist comedy about the Rapture (Kevin Smith's Helena Handbag); and an HBO drama about the same apocalyptic reckoning (The Leftovers).
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+Daniel Salva this is the trip i was talking to you about ;) Also I got a reservation for a lottery sometime this summer for +Half Dome if I win you can def come. Also I have a trip probably planned to Redding soon
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A team at the National University of Singapore has created an electrode device that sits on the tip of your tongue and simulates the tastes of salty, sweet, bitter, and sour. Read this article by Michelle Starr on CNET.
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This is my next instrument to play or the Uilleann Pipes. These guys are just too cool for school
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Wow, a speach at 12 years old, i'd say rivaling MLK
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 “Inspiration is for amateurs.  The rest of us just show up and get to work.”
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As a young black child living in inner-city Detroit, Ben Carson looked like an early failure just waiting to happen. His parents divorced when he was 8, and he reacted to the loss of his father by becoming angry and aggressive. He had a violent temper and frequently assaulted his peers at the slightest provocation. He lost interest in school and by the time he was in 4th grade, he was at the bottom of his class.

As a single parent with little education and no real employment skills, Ben's mother worked 2 and 3 jobs just to make ends meet. Often this meant she was away from home from 5 AM to 11 PM, and Ben would go days at a time without seeing her. Ben's clothing was from the Goodwill and his classmates teased him, which was a constant source of embarrassment.

Ben seemed to be on the fast track to becoming a school dropout and getting involved with substance abuse and/or gang membership. But Ben had a powerful advantage that many children in his position lack. Ben's mother believed in her son and had positive expectations for him. She limited his television time, made his outdoor play contingent upon completing homework first, and required him to read two library books each week and write a written book report.

Ben would have absolutely rebelled at this regimen, but his mother did one more all-important thing. She constantly encouraged him and praised his efforts, frequently reminding him that he could become anything he chose to work for. She was convinced he would go far. She displayed interest in the books he read, and scrutinized his written reports carefully.

Spurred on by his mother's approval, Ben began to love reading and the world of knowledge it opened to him. By the end of the 5th grade he was at the top of his class, amazing his teachers. He graduated with top honors from high school, attended Yale, then medical school, and became the Director of Pediatric Neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins at the young age of 33. In 1987 he gained international acclaim by being the first neurosurgeon to successfully separate 8-month-old twins joined at the head.

Ben Carson’s story is more than just a heartwarming tale. It is a striking example of the power of blessing in the life and destiny of a person. Ben’s mother continually planted positive words about him in his mind and heart. The power of her blessing opened the doors of a great destiny for him.

About now you may be thinking “I wish I had someone like that at my back. Someone who really believed in me and encouraged me.” I have good news for you. Father God totally believes in you and wants you to have a great destiny. Psalm 21 assures us, “You (Father God) have given him his heart's desire, and have not withheld the request of his lips, for you meet him with rich blessings. You make him most blessed forever. You make him glad with the joy of your presence.”

As you begin 2014, keep your mind and heart focused on Father God’s many blessings to you. Remember that He is totally for you and as the apostle Paul put it, “If God is for us, who can be against us?” (Romans 8:31)

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Crazy...

(Two psychologists at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland, run FaceResearch.org which features a software that can average together faces from thousands of photos. These images purportedly show the average face of women from 40 different nationalities. Read More: http://www.whydontyoutrythis.com/2013/09/the-average-women-faces-in-different-countries.html | Follow us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/whydontyoutrythis)
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This is really cool for traveling and wanting to get people's nations right! No wonder everyone says I look Swedish though.. It definitely looks most like me..
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Up until my recent visit to get an upper body massage from Oxygen Massage Therapy, I would have not even thought to consider the environment and location, as serious criteria for a great massage. Yes, better a hole in the wall and a great therapist then the other way around. However, on top of a solid massage, meaning a professional technician in a sense that understands your input and translates that into a needed solution to your body, in a comfortable and yet thorough way; After driving through the city traffic and a busy Bay Area work week. The atmosphere, temperature, and music provided a nice massage for the whole body. Giving a peaceful mind as well, despite it being first time with Adam.
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Great and knowledge company, that not only paints well. But also is quick to teach you about the right tools, tricks, and suggestions about paint and painting processes. Take advantage of this next time Romanov Painting is doing your project. I had some car touch ups that needed to be done, and granted they are not an auto shop painting company, but definitely provided solid advice on the importance of the various kinds of paint thinners available, and which are applicable for the job. So feel free to dig deep into Andrey's head and he might be able to help ease some of your household painting that you may do on your own.
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Coming to Rob I had my basics as a drummer in various styles. But I just had a desire to expand into Latin, Jazz, and Afro-Cuban styles, and Rob had the expertise to take me deeper into the heart of those styles. Rob is a very talented musician and a great teacher. His professionalism and attitude is top notch, and yet each lesson is a fun learning experience. He has answers for all of my questions, whether it’s about equipment, reading music, patterns, technique, etc.
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Before settling with Castro Valley Orthodontics, I've received several consultation type ortho appointments at other local Castro Valley and San Leandro orthodontist locations. The price was not much different, across the places. What stood out for me was professionalism, smoothness, and a great inviting culture at CV Orthodontics. Small things that worked great over 37 months 30 treatment and 7 of ever 3 months follow up is their phone reminder and email system worked great for me. This resulted in no missed appointments. Advise: they are professionals, but do not be afraid to ask questions about the methods and always ask for options, especially in more serious cases when surgery might be recommended. Remember you do have options!
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