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Asteroid To Buzz Earth


A small asteroid that two years ago flew past Earth at a comfortable distance of about 1.3 million miles (2 million kilometers) will safely fly by our planet again in a few weeks, though this time it may be much closer.

During the upcoming March 5 flyby, asteroid 2013 TX68 could fly past Earth as far out as 9 million miles (14 million kilometers) or as close as 11,000 miles (17,000 kilometers). The variation in possible closest approach distances is due to the wide range of possible trajectories for this object, since it was tracked for only a short time after discovery.

Scientists at NASA's Center for NEO Studies (CNEOS) at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, have determined there is no possibility that this object could impact Earth during the flyby next month. But they have identified an extremely remote chance that this small asteroid could impact on Sep. 28, 2017, with odds of no more than 1-in-250-million. Flybys in 2046 and 2097 have an even lower probability of impact.

"The possibilities of collision on any of the three future flyby dates are far too small to be of any real concern," said Paul Chodas, manager of CNEOS. "I fully expect any future observations to reduce the probability even more."

Asteroid 2013 TX68 is estimated to be about 100 feet (30 meters) in diameter. By comparison, the asteroid that broke up in the atmosphere over Chelyabinsk, Russia, three years ago was approximately 65 feet (20 meters) wide. If an asteroid the size of 2013 TX68 were to enter Earth's atmosphere, it would likely produce an air burst with about twice the energy of the Chelyabinsk event. MORE



Be Careful and Mindful


Holly Deyo
January 22, 2016

Friends,

A couple of months ago, neighbor and friend Betty said her sister who is 76 had her purse stolen off her body at the Safeway store on 29th. I don't think any of us go there for obvious reasons. We shop closer to home in the better part of Pueblo County. Betty said her sister neither looks or acts her age, but thinking her a good target, attacked her in the FRONT OF THE STORE, ripped off her purse while bent over, so he didn't have to drag her stolen purse through the store from the back where the meats are.

Her purse was later recovered with credit cards intact, but cash gone. That I could live with, but stolen credit cards bring a LOT of drama. We've been there. This stupid wad was arrested. Purse recovered.

However, this is a REAL heads up. Much to Stan's dismay I still like to grocery shop really early wherever. Not sayin'. I really vary my schedule. A lot. Shopping in winter at that time it's darker than a coal mine. Just saying, keep your wits about you. Be truly aware of your surroundings. BE focused and aware. Anti-theft agencies say to not shuffle, forget your smart phones, your iPods, iPads, Kindles etc. Focus on getting from car to store and let everyone around you know you are watching. Heads up. AWARE. Swivel your head left and right. Walk purposefully. Smack your feet down. Don't act like a sick old fart. Be forceful, not a potential victim. Things are different from a decade ago.

This applies to all of you who don't live here in southern Colorado. This bad stuff is global; all over the map. We're hearing this from friends all over.




Scottish Bank: "Sell Everything"

Washington Times
January 11, 2016

The Royal Bank of Scotland has warned clients to “sell everything,” anticipating a “cataclysmic year” for markets.

“Sell everything except high quality bonds,” the bank’s credit chief, Andrew Roberts, said in a note to clients this week. “This is about return of capital, not return on capital. In a crowded hall, exit doors are small.”

The note said the current situation was reminiscent of the 2008 collapse of Lehman Brothers, which led to the global financial crisis. This time China could be the crisis point, The Guardian reported.

“China has set off a major correction and it is going to snowball. Equities and credit have become very dangerous, and we have hardly even begun to retrace the ‘Goldilocks love-in’ of the last two years,” Mr. Roberts said.

He said European and U.S. markets could fall by 10 to 20 percent.

Analysts at JP Morgan have also advised clients to sell stocks on any bounce, and Standard Chartered has predicted a slide in oil prices to as low as $10, The Guardian reported. MORE


Be Careful and Mindful


Holly Deyo
January 22, 2016

Friends,

A couple of months ago, neighbor and friend Betty said her sister who is 76 had her purse stolen off her body at the Safeway store on 29th. I don't think any of us go there for obvious reasons. We shop closer to home in the better part of Pueblo County. Betty said her sister neither looks or acts her age, but thinking her a good target, attacked her in the FRONT OF THE STORE, ripped off her purse while bent over, so he didn't have to drag her stolen purse through the store from the back where the meats are.

Her purse was later recovered with credit cards intact, but cash gone. That I could live with, but stolen credit cards brings a LOT of drama. We've been there. This stupid wad was arrested. Purse recovered.

However, this is a REAL heads up. Much to Stan's dismay I still want to be at Walmart/Safeway by 6 am – at the latest – to grocery shop. Shopping in winter at that time it's darker than a coal mine. Just saying, keep your wits about you. Be truly aware of your surroundings. BE focused and aware. Anti-theft agencies say to not shuffle, forget your smart phones, your iPods, iPads, Kindles etc. Focus on getting from car to store and let everyone around you know you are watching. Heads up. AWARE. Swivel your head left and right. Walk purposefully. Smack your feet down. Don't act like a sick old fart. Be forceful, not a potential victim. Things are different from a decade ago.

This applies to all of you who don't live here in southern Colorado. This bad stuff is global; all over the map. We're hearing this from friends all over.



Dear Mr. Trump
Powerful Just Released Video About Trump is Sending Chills Up and Down People’s Spines
Barbara Walters Interviews Trump


Holly Deyo
January 11, 2016

Democrats say you don't have the detail. You don't have a plan. I'd like to know one past President, just one, that could stand alone and have all the answers. No one. They aren't God. That's why Presidents have advisors. A Cabinet. Intelligence agencies. Briefings. Oh yeah, Obama opts out of these. Presidents consult people, unlike Obama who mistakenly thinks he's omniscient. Like you said, he racks up plenty of experience on the golf course, but has no knowledge of how to unify America. Or, doesn't choose to… He's made us more divided than ever since the Civil War.

We don't give a rip that you don't have former political experience. That's what America needs. Did our Founding Fathers have a political legacy? Experienced advisors? No, they used common sense and put America first. We need a fresh perspective, a businessman who understands how to dig us out of this crippling economic hole. Be your optimistic self like Reagan. Back when Reagan was President I wasn't thinking so much about politics, but listened every single time he spoke to our Country on TV - dropped everything to hear him - because he embodied everything I felt and honored. When Obama invokes Reagan, we know he's desperate, because there is ZERO likeness there. It's an insult to Reagan.

We need some optimism Mr. Trump. That old can-do American spirit that many Americans are now embarrassed by. Why is that? Look to the Progressives. They spew this poison and strangle freedom of speech with political correctness.

My health insurance went up 47% when ObamaCare went into effect. Self-employed, we pay it. You have to. It's gone up every year since. While rarely ever sick, instead of paying for my healthcare, I pay for every deadbeat hanger-on out there. Sometimes money's tight but doable. BUT I don't appreciate taking on every other person to raise as ObamaCare prescribes. A lot of these are generational welfare recipients. Why should I work 70 hours a week while they sit back and do nothing? At least, consider Workfare instead of Welfare. It'd give recipients a degree of self-respect instead of the self-perpetuating role of sponge.

Would like to see again the days of Major Medical and leave the bloodsuckers out of my checkbook. Too many doctors are burdened with ObamaCare's paperwork instead of seeing patients. And when they do, it's a slap and a tickle. Got to have enough time to do that ObamaCare paperwork. This is upside down.

Oh yeah, reform the tax code. We're a small business yet we have to hire a high-power tax company to keep our tail feathers out of the fire. We need a simple set of rules, not 75,000 pages of expanding tax code. Mrs. Fiorina is spot-on with this. She said 3 pages would suffice.

We respect leaders that admit that can't go it alone, don't have all the answers, do consult advisors, will move our beautiful Country off entitlements, way away from TPP, build those southern and northern secure fences (not those falling down, half-there things of the last three administrations), vet people diligently that want to immigrate and ENFORCE on-the-books immigration laws, block refugees coming here, as you say, "till we figure out what the hell's going on". Why do we OWE anyone anything? It's the UN feel-guilty socialist nonsense. That doesn't resonate. We are the most giving country in the world, but we're giving our Nation away financially, spiritually and culturally. Many of the Muslims coming here who hate us, want to institute Sharia. That's not in the Constitution.

Tell China to go jump, balance the trade deficit in favor of America for a switch and for Heaven's sake, quit Obama's eternal bowing and scraping to every other country leader. Nobody respects this posture. He'd be better positioned at the UN. Not here.

Isn't America the Super Power, yet Obama's neutered us. Decimated our military. Makes us look weak and ineffectual. Ripe for terrorism. (oops, I meant workplace violence.) China sits in our patent office with their own desk peeling off our patents to their advantage and America's detriment. They literally stole one of my husband's energy patent applications. No protection of intellectual property. Was supposed to be sealed. Wasn't. This silliness started with zipper-down Bill Clinton.

One of the biggest threats Newt Gingrich addressed is an EMP - either solar or nuclear driven. It'd cost about $2 billion to harden the grid yet no politician tackles this issue. Compared to the utter chaos, millions dead and estimated $2 TRILLION it'd cause in damages, that's peanuts. Why do they let this slide and ride while Putin gains creds and power. Nations think that little 5'7" runt is all-powerful. Middle East countries do too. They respect an iron fist while Obama gives them a limp pinkie. Meanwhile America becomes more vulnerable. We're no longer on the offensive and alert, just pee-weak responders.

Thank you for standing. You could have quite happily stayed out of the fray with smart and lovely Melania at your side and your exceptional daughters and sons. Could live anywhere in the world. You didn't have to dig into political wars, that Uglyville, - unless you see what's happening and hate it. Will fight for America.

It's my fervent hope you truly mean it Mr. Trump. The rest of the GOP hopefuls, except for Cruz, Fiorina and maybe Christie, I hope they clear the field, support you. Especially Jeb. He looks weak, like something could blow his doors off in a mild breeze. Somebody, someone, Mr. Trump has to stand for America or we will surely fall. Really stand, not sell out as so many politicians do once they hit the Pearly Gates of the White House, Senate and Congress.

NOTE: My philosophy is say it, own it and maybe others will pave the way for positive change. Maybe others will stand up. Have courage. Be a Light. Not Obama's Nation-ripping, soul-crippling, black-white dividing, fundamentally transforming America type socialist-sucking change.



Times Are Testy: Put on the Full Armor of God





Holly Deyo
January 8, 2016

For the last year and a half or so, never have Stan and I seen so many Christians dealing with huge loads. They're under siege from little soul-chipping nitpicking daily things to heartrending challenges. People are stressed, strained and tried every day. Nowhere is this more evident than within the Christian community.

Quite a few years ago, Hobby Lobby printed a huge message in newspapers with a beautiful strong knight and these words, "Put on the Armor of God." You'll find other Hobby Lobby messages here. It's one reason we're happy to support them.

Recently personal Christian friends came under numerous attacks. It seems like the stronger the faith, the more strident the attacks. Enormous problems plague our Country. Tensions are mounting globally. Stock markets are dipping and rollercoastering enough to make even the staunchest stomachs churn. The Middle East is on a boil. Our Divider-in-Chief gave Iran a pass on nukes and Norway verified that Iran just received a 60-ton shipment of yellowcake. What do you suppose they're going to do with that…

Obama continually circumvents Congress doing his own thing with his pen and phone. He acts like Dictator Dolittle or Golf King, not President. He's spent the last two years polishing his legacy of a failed presidency while the Country floundered and enemies gained ground. Two days ago when Obama tried to justify his latest attack on the Second Amendment he cried a la John Boehner when talking about shootings that occurred several months ago. Where were his tears for the 35 victims of a couple of Muslim ISIS-inspired nuts who massacred 14 and injured 21 others in San Bernardino last month? No tears for them. But it was a nice photo op. If you watched his Jan. 5
th address, you'd have seen he paused dramatically to make sure all cameras got good snaps of the weeping. This was so obviously out of character one news commentator wondered if he had a peeled onion stashed in the podium.

By the time he slinks out of office, it's estimated he'll bring the national debt to a staggering $20 trillion, nearly doubling it. It's one thing to double the debt when it stands at one trillion and quite another to rocket it to $20T. He must have passed out a lot of Obamaphones. Only 10 months to go… Com'on November!

Americans, as a whole, are poorer than ever. Weather has gone sideways with massive Midwest floods in winter and killer tornadoes out of season. We're in the harshest El Niño in 18 years. By the time Spring rolls around it may be THE strongest. 2015 saw the worst-ever wildfire season since records started in 1960. Over 10 million acres burned last year.

People's health is going in the toilet, marriages are in trouble and folks are deceived by government saying things are rosy when we know otherwise. A lot of things are upside-down. People are self-absorbed posting selfies and revealing every facet of their life and bodies that others couldn't care less about. Nobody cares what somebody ate for breakfast. People are so addicted to social media their necks and backs are bent and their thumbs have "tennis elbow". Nearly every day another YouTube goes up of some idiot walking into a tree, light post, pothole, wall, another person or into a car or some other obstacle while texting. It's hard enough to check a Garmin flying down the freeway at 75, but how many times have you seen people texting and screaming down the Interstate, thumbs furiously punching those keys? Maybe it's prompting some of the endless road rage.

Remember being taught at home and in school to always put the other person first? Now people say "Me and Sally" or "Me and my son." What happened to the polite "Sally and I?" It's the era of "all about me".

How is it that 50 women can come forward and reveal an American icon drugged and raped them and then he gets off scot-free? Guess former President Bill Clinton set the precedent with 14 women claiming he sexually abused them from groping to rape. We're living 2 Timothy 3:1-5.

Terrorism in formerly safe nations is on the rise. Black-white relations are at an all-time low. There can be no doubt that the End of The Age is close. In acknowledging the challenges people are carrying, we're reminded of Ephesians 6:11-18. There can be no better way to start the year that to think on this encouraging message
:

Put on the whole armor of God, that you may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil. For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this age, against spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly places. Therefore take up the whole armor of God, that you may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand.

Stand therefore, having girded your waist with truth, having put on the breastplate of righteousness, and having shod your feet with the preparation of the gospel of peace; above all, taking the shield of faith with which you will be able to quench all the fiery darts of the wicked one. And take the helmet of salvation, and the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God; praying always with all prayer and supplication in the Spirit, being watchful to this end with all perseverance and supplication for all the saints—



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