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4/11/2013 — Saint Louis Missouri — Heavy Tornado damage — Scalar Square 72 hours prior
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Wow AK, lots of our good GLP friends are in that area, Dutch lives there too, right?
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Yes I think does

4/11/2013 — Mississippi / Alabama / Tennessee — RADAR pulse – ‘HAARP ring’ – Scalar Square confirmation
April 11, 2013
April 9, 2013 — 1241am CT — multiple RADAR pulses out of Mississippi, Tennessee, Alabama, and Georgia.

Move forward 48 hours — 130pm CT April 11, 2013 — all areas pulsed over the past two days have been hit with tornado warnings, hail, damaging winds — tornado watches issued for the entire pulsed region.

The pulses can be seen in this video — from the start of the video to about 3min 30 sec:


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4/11/2013 — Saint Louis Missouri — Heavy Tornado damage — Scalar Square 72 hours prior
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Wow AK, lots of our good GLP friends are in that area, Dutch lives there too, right?
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I just walked in the door from getting boxes out of storage and seen your post.

Mama lives by there!! I have sent her a text waiting to hear back.

Much Love,
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The storms are just about past me...so I'm off for bed. I had a couple of interesting experiences this evening I thought I would share.

The storms blew through here between 4 and 5pm. Most of them tracked to the north. There was one that split over the lake and had rotation to it...so I hauled the kiddo in her baseball helmet and the dogs up to the safe space. I know, I know...but a mind IS a terrible thing to waste!
Anyway after the storm passed...it was still light out. There was still some lightening and thunder...but underneath it...there was another sound...a mix between a groan and a hum...very vibratory. You could feel it. It was so strong...it was disturbing.

Not long after that I sat down with my computer on my lap checking news and weather when something caught my eye. It was still light out. It looked like a bird flying from left to right....then it flew from right to left. I raised my head and watched...and nothing. Then just as I put my head down...it happened again...left, right, left. I lifted my head again...nothing. Then one more swipe...just to the left. I happened about 4 times...and I would stop and watch...and nothing...then head down...it would happen again. Maybe a coinky dink???

Even more interesting...it's happened before. Once out my bedroom window....the same...back and forth and again out the deck doors. I thought I was seeing a shadow. I never get a clear look at the bird....I'm guessing it is a bird.

Stranger still...before it happened I had a series of two instances where strangers on different occasions..spoke to me of experiences they were having. Both mentioned flying things...or things that flew. One guy was very disturbed by his experience.

Birds...seem to be important in my life....I've always been drawn to them. This however...it somehow seems different....a bit menacing...it gives me a chill rather than comfort or a feeling that I need to pay attention.

Anyhoo...if anyone has any ideas...I'm all for exploring....
 Quoting: moxiechick


Oh my goodness Moxie,
We had that same storm system and I heard the same thing! I saw a flash of lightning and was expecting to hear the usual thunder roll, but what came next was not that! Is sounded like someone hit a steel drum and then it vibrated. This sound happened twice.
It sounded like there was metal above or in the storm clouds that was given off this vibration sound!

Ok freaky freaky freaky part...I then sat at my computer and thought I saw a black bird fly in the back door to my kitchen!

So glad you shared that! Thought it was just another crazy night!

Unbelievable!!!!!!
 Quoting: MamaHasAwakened


Now that is really weird, I was going to respond to MC that peripheral vision will become much more significant during and/or due to ascension. Then I see Mama's comment and now I'm thinking its something else entirely, and I'm not sure what.
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Hi Isis!
I'm actually thinking its a combo of things. It is something I'm catching in my peripheral .... It flies so I assume it's a bird. It is something I am associating with negative energy...it just doesn't feel right.
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4/11/2013 — Saint Louis Missouri — Heavy Tornado damage — Scalar Square 72 hours prior
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Wow AK, lots of our good GLP friends are in that area, Dutch lives there too, right?
 Quoting: Tropicalgirl


I just walked in the door from getting boxes out of storage and seen your post.

Mama lives by there!! I have sent her a text waiting to hear back.

Much Love,
 Quoting: Tiny Trink


Im good! Yes, rough night here with Tornado sirens much of the evening. Dutch does live here too!

I think he was more closer to the areas that got hit bad!

No damage in my immediate area!

This is the storm that I heard that weird thunder!


Thanks for checking in on me!
hf
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4/11/2013 — Saint Louis Missouri — Heavy Tornado damage — Scalar Square 72 hours prior
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Wow AK, lots of our good GLP friends are in that area, Dutch lives there too, right?
 Quoting: Tropicalgirl


I just walked in the door from getting boxes out of storage and seen your post.

Mama lives by there!! I have sent her a text waiting to hear back.

Much Love,
 Quoting: Tiny Trink


Oh No! I didn't know Mama lived by there hope she's OK
My word...I know I post a lot sometimes when I'm working I peruse the net (mostly out of boredom lol) waiting on calls for work. Some days I think you guys probably get sick of me but I thought this one was important they are saying this system is moving East and it is BAD.
Prayers for Safety. hf
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4/11/2013 — Saint Louis Missouri — Heavy Tornado damage — Scalar Square 72 hours prior
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 Quoting: AKObserver


Wow AK, lots of our good GLP friends are in that area, Dutch lives there too, right?
 Quoting: Tropicalgirl


I just walked in the door from getting boxes out of storage and seen your post.

Mama lives by there!! I have sent her a text waiting to hear back.

Much Love,
 Quoting: Tiny Trink


Im good! Yes, rough night here with Tornado sirens much of the evening. Dutch does live here too!

I think he was more closer to the areas that got hit bad!

No damage in my immediate area!

This is the storm that I heard that weird thunder!


Thanks for checking in on me!
hf
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hi I'm glad you are good! hugs
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Fifty percent of the domestic honeybee population is dead, the greatest single-year loss of honeybees in the United States ever recorded. The dramatic loss of the bees is expected to affect consumers.

Colony Collapse Disorder has killed half of the honeybees in the United States this year alone.


LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online) - Scientists and beekeepers have been baffled by Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) which is characterized by the sudden disappearance of the hive's worker population.

According to the USDA, Symptoms of CCD include few or no adult honeybees present, honey and immature bees (broods) remain present in the hive suggesting a sudden abandonment of the hive--a possible response to stress. However, the bees are never found elsewhere, they simply disappear and die. Usually, the queen bee is left behind but dies without establishing a new population.

The disorder has significantly affected bee populations since the 1970s with a sharp increase in losses since 2006. Now, as beekeepers return to their hives to prepare for spring pollination, they are finding that at least half of their bees are gone.

The 2013 year now marks the highest loss on record with at least 50 percent of all European honeybees in the U.S. reported lost to CCD.

The attrition rate for honeybee hives is normally around 5 to 10 percent per year. After 2006, that rate increased to about one third. This year, it is one half.

That one-half figure is a critical point beyond which many beekeepers think prices will be affected.

Bees are important because they pollinate most of the fruit and vegetable supply in the United States. They also produce honey, which is still widely consumed as a sweetener on bread and in a variety of other products.

Just what's killing the bees remains a mystery but beekeepers are beside themselves, often approaching their hives to find hundreds of worker bees dying outside the hives each day. As the bees die, farmers lose the ability to pollinate crops, reducing yields and thereby the food supply. Farmers are now projecting that the decrease in the supply of fruits and vegetables will be so great that prices will be impacted by the summer of this year.

A number of beekeepers blame pesticides for the loss of their bees, specifically as class known as neonicotinoids. Neonicotinoids are a form of pesticide that work by blocking the nerve endings in insects, paralyzing them so that they die slowly by starvation. Beekeepers think their bees are being exposed to the pesticides and are dying as a result.

Research done one dead bees confirms the pesticide is occasionally present.

This has prompted beekeepers to work together to sue the EPA for failing to ban neonicotinoids.

Others still think the causes could be more complex, a combination of natural and man-made factors which are contributing to the extreme mortality rate.

What researchers have widely observed is that bees are being exposed to a wider variety of chemicals in the environment that previously supposed. A virtual cocktail of pesticides and chemicals could be contributing to their demise.

Other research has looked into the possibility of diseases such as parasites or viruses, but no single factor has demonstrated the lethality that beekeepers are reporting.

Although the cause remains inconclusive, the effects are now beyond question. The dramatic reduction in honeybee population means fewer crops will be pollinated and farmers will pay more for their beehives this year. That means less food and higher costs for fruits and vegetables later in the year.

Of course, so few Americans still eat fresh fruits and vegetables these days, the impact will probably be mitigated somewhat by our extremely poor dietary habits.
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Missed my sis by about 10 miles
“One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we’ve been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We’re no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It’s simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we’ve been taken. Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back.” – Carl Sagan
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Biggest solar flare of the year knocks out radio transmissions
NASA on alert for more after-effects of geomagnetic storm to satellites and spacecraft.


Early this morning the sun erupted, sending billions of solar particles into space at over 600 miles per second, raising the prospect of solar radiation storms above the Earth, according to NASA. A spokesman said the resulting emissions sparked a short-lived radio communications blackout on Earth. The radio disruption has since subsided. The appearance of the strongest solar storm of 2013 is part of an increasingly common sight as astronomers say this is connected to the sun's 11-year activity cycle. More intense solar eruptions are expected later in the year.

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Thank you all so much!! Tink- I wish I could have avoided this brand of negative energy!! Unfortunately, this was one of those instances where I had to experience it....work through it....and find my way back. I know what's meant to happen, happens...and we have to accept our role...accept we've done what we can or what we are meant to do. I still question this...and thus where the self doubt comes in. Harder still, I seem to pick up when someone is being untruthful...it's those little discrepancies...the conflicts that sometimes others overlook that make it so glaring to me. I believe I am learning to cope with this as well...learning it is not personal...but a reflection of the other person's ego.
I think I am very close to an understanding about the peripheral vision or the bird/flying thing. BTW...my daughter was sitting on the chair today doing her school work and described the exact same experience...her bird was grey. Mind you...I have not spoken about his aloud...have only written down what I saw.

Again...thank you all~~
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4/11/2013 — Saint Louis Missouri — Heavy Tornado damage — Scalar Square 72 hours prior
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Wow AK, lots of our good GLP friends are in that area, Dutch lives there too, right?
 Quoting: Tropicalgirl


I just walked in the door from getting boxes out of storage and seen your post.

Mama lives by there!! I have sent her a text waiting to hear back.

Much Love,
 Quoting: Tiny Trink


Im good! Yes, rough night here with Tornado sirens much of the evening. Dutch does live here too!

I think he was more closer to the areas that got hit bad!

No damage in my immediate area!

This is the storm that I heard that weird thunder!


Thanks for checking in on me!
hf
 Quoting: MamaHasAwakened


That was almost exactly what I heard. I keep looking up thinking maybe it was a tornado....it was growling on and on. It was indeed weird!!
“My religion is nature. That’s what arouses those feelings of wonder and mysticism and gratitude in me.”
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Thank you all for the comments and sharing your stories. I have a strong belief in connectedness and interconnectedness ....and I have seen many times this play out over and over in the things we share. I have walked what may best be described as an "organic" path: simple, healthful, close to nature. I am guided by intuition more than anything and go with what feels right.
Over the course of the last several months...I have been introduced to many different ideas and concepts of ascension, awakening, star seeds, many more....things I had not yet encountered. If it pulls at me...I follow. I have had many, many aha and YES!! moments. Many of you have been guides...leading me to discover many new and interesting things....for this I am very thankful.

Now...back to the birds! First Wow!! I remember many of you writing about birds in the past. That is probably why I felt comfortable bringing this up. There are so many avenues to explore here. Birds have always been a pretty positive thing in my life...I draw them in...feeders, I photograph them, pay attention to pairs on the property...and often times feel i make connection with them...that they come to share something with me: the hawk...most especially, cardinals...I associate with three very important women in my life whom have passed on. Most recently I had a moment with a chickadee and a bald eagle.

This encounter and the two previous...they had more of a negative vibe. I strongly believe in yin/yang--good/bad...you can't have one without the other.


I am wondering about the negative interferences associated with spiritual awakening. I know about internal energies...and I must say... I have had a rough couple of days...ones that have led to some self-doubt, discouragement and being down. I am aware that this opens one up to more negative energy.

To clarify a bit further...it's not if spiritual awakening can open one up for the negative...but rather...are "forces" for lack of a better word, that try to prevent us from awakening...or awakening further?? Would negative energies be capable of high jacking or taking the form of a spirit guide or messenger?
 Quoting: moxiechick


Moxiechick, after reading your post all I can reply is :

Yes and Yes. As far as birds, look in books and literature.. see how birds are represented. Some are messengers of love, light, and of the heavens and earth. Beacause of their wings they live in both realms Then there are the messengers that are of the darkness and foreboding and all that it contains. Black crows and such have always represented that as long as I can remember. I know they are in American Indian and other cultures, and that they are tied into the soul in those cultures. And that they bring messages.

It is hard with all the external engery that we have at this time to be "positive" and "in the light". The closer you get to "spiritual awakening" the harder it can be to remain "clear" if that makes any sense..

Much love and light to you and your journey hf
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Thank you! I think things are becoming more and more clear for me. The pieces are starting to come together. Tink had some very wise words and also helped me see/pin point some places where I can grow.
“My religion is nature. That’s what arouses those feelings of wonder and mysticism and gratitude in me.”
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Mama and Shad (and your Sister) really happy to know you're okay. These storms are getting more intense, and as Shad pointed out, huge in size and scope.

AK - I am grateful for all your posts, actually I am amazed that you contribute so many news items! The bee story breaks my heart, my garden used to be visited by so many bees, all replaced by small wasps in the last 2 years. :-(

Thanks for the prep links everyone, we need this more than ever as we see the writing on the wall, now for sure. Its time to add preps, organize and get ready for the next leap ahead.

I love you guys, thanks for being the wonderful F.O.G. - I sure miss Gabe!
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Just saw this hmmmm....

Type: Earthquake
83 minutes ago
Magnitude: 4.8
DateTime: Thursday April 11 2013, 23:02:53 UTC
Region: Western Greenland
Depth: 10 km
Source: CSEM-EMSC Feed
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Did you guys see this video yet? What in the heck do you make of it, Comet?

[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]

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Did you guys see this video yet? What in the heck do you make of it, Comet?

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Here you go TG.

Much Love,
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Mama and Shad (and your Sister) really happy to know you're okay. These storms are getting more intense, and as Shad pointed out, huge in size and scope.

AK - I am grateful for all your posts, actually I am amazed that you contribute so many news items! The bee story breaks my heart, my garden used to be visited by so many bees, all replaced by small wasps in the last 2 years. :-(

Thanks for the prep links everyone, we need this more than ever as we see the writing on the wall, now for sure. Its time to add preps, organize and get ready for the next leap ahead.

I love you guys, thanks for being the wonderful F.O.G. - I sure miss Gabe!
 Quoting: Tropicalgirl


TY The thing that upsets me so about the bees they know what is killing them knew back in the mid-90's it's GMO plants
*****Monsanto*****

According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, pesticides may be contributing to CCD.[47] Scientists have long been concerned that pesticides and possibly some fungicides may have sub-lethal effects on bees, not killing them outright but instead impairing their development and behavior. Of special interest is the class of insecticides called neonicotinoids, which contain the active ingredient imidacloprid, and similar other chemicals, such as clothianidin and thiamethoxam. Honey bees may be affected by such chemicals when they are used as a seed treatment because they are known to work their way through the plant up into the flowers and leave residues in the nectar. Scientists note that the doses taken up by bees are not lethal, but they are concerned about possible chronic problems caused by long-term exposure.[25] Virtually all of the genetically engineered Bt corn grown in the U.S. is treated with neonicoticoids and a 2012 study found high levels of clothianidin in pneumatic planter exhaust. In the study it was found that the insecticide was present in the soil of unplanted fields nearby those planted with Bt corn and on dandelions growing near those fields.[48] Another 2012 study done in Italy also found clothianidin and imidacloprid in the exhaust of pneumatic seeding equipment.
A 2010 survey reported 98 pesticides and metabolites detected in aggregate concentrations up to 214 ppm in bee pollen - this figure represents over half of the individual pesticide incidences ever reported for apiaries. It was suggested that "while exposure to many of these neurotoxicants elicits acute and sublethal reductions in honey bee fitness, the effects of these materials in combinations and their direct association with CCD or declining bee health remains to be determined."[49]

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Thank you TT!
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Mama and Shad (and your Sister) really happy to know you're okay. These storms are getting more intense, and as Shad pointed out, huge in size and scope.

AK - I am grateful for all your posts, actually I am amazed that you contribute so many news items! The bee story breaks my heart, my garden used to be visited by so many bees, all replaced by small wasps in the last 2 years. :-(

Thanks for the prep links everyone, we need this more than ever as we see the writing on the wall, now for sure. Its time to add preps, organize and get ready for the next leap ahead.

I love you guys, thanks for being the wonderful F.O.G. - I sure miss Gabe!
 Quoting: Tropicalgirl


hf
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Did you guys see this video yet? What in the heck do you make of it, Comet?

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Here you go TG.

Much Love,
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That is quite impressive.....whatever it is!
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Did you guys see this video yet? What in the heck do you make of it, Comet?

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Here you go TG.

Much Love,
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Wow...
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Mama and Shad (and your Sister) really happy to know you're okay. These storms are getting more intense, and as Shad pointed out, huge in size and scope.

AK - I am grateful for all your posts, actually I am amazed that you contribute so many news items! The bee story breaks my heart, my garden used to be visited by so many bees, all replaced by small wasps in the last 2 years. :-(

Thanks for the prep links everyone, we need this more than ever as we see the writing on the wall, now for sure. Its time to add preps, organize and get ready for the next leap ahead.

I love you guys, thanks for being the wonderful F.O.G. - I sure miss Gabe!
 Quoting: Tropicalgirl


He peeks in from time to time.
“One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we’ve been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We’re no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It’s simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we’ve been taken. Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back.” – Carl Sagan
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Mama and Shad (and your Sister) really happy to know you're okay. These storms are getting more intense, and as Shad pointed out, huge in size and scope.

AK - I am grateful for all your posts, actually I am amazed that you contribute so many news items! The bee story breaks my heart, my garden used to be visited by so many bees, all replaced by small wasps in the last 2 years. :-(

Thanks for the prep links everyone, we need this more than ever as we see the writing on the wall, now for sure. Its time to add preps, organize and get ready for the next leap ahead.

I love you guys, thanks for being the wonderful F.O.G. - I sure miss Gabe!
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He peeks in from time to time.
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I was thinking that a few times hi
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nuclear waste barrels discovered in English Channel

By Nicola Kuhrt

Highly toxic contamination in 124 meters depth: A film crew of the ARD at the bottom of the English Channel discovered barrels of radioactive waste. Tens of thousands of nuclear waste containers were sunk there decades ago. Green politicians are now demanding their retrieval.
28,500 containers of radioactive waste were dumped out of the UK and Belgium between 1950 and 1963 in the English Channel. Experts have assumed that the nuclear barrels have long rusted, the radioactivity was distributed in the sea, and the nuclear waste has become harmless. Shooting of a film crew of the SWR now show the opposite. An unmanned, remote-controlled submarine gave the team pictures from the depths of the channel. In 124 meters depth, a few miles off the French coast, they discovered two nuclear waste barrels.

As reports from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) shows, between 1950 and 1963, just 17,244 tons (about 28,500 barrels) sunk with low-level waste in the underwater trench Hurd Deep northeast of the British Channel Island of Alderney. British barrels contained by IAEA information 58 trillion becquerels , the Belgian 2.4 trillion becquerels of alpha, beta and gamma rays . The EU limit value for drinking water is 10 becquerels per liter.
"We think that a lot more intact barrels lie down there," says journalist Thomas Reutter SPIEGEL ONLINE. It would be very unlikely that you will have at the dive just discovered the only two undamaged drums.

The Greens in the Bundestag calling loudly SWR on the federal government to work for the retrieval of the barrels. "I believe that these barrels represent in this small depth a high hazard potential", Sylvia Kotting-Uhl told the filmmakers. For safety's sake you should bring back the drums, just like this example should also happen in the case of aces. One can the drums with this potential hazard can not just lie on the ocean floor. "And not for nothing that the disposal in the sea has been banned for 20 years."
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? Can someone please tell me why my karma thumbs and other settings are missing under my name?
Geez.... I've checked to the left can't find the answer I'm sure it's really simple and will be a 'Oh...for Pete's Sake'
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I never see them under my own name, only others.
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moxiechick: You have probably thought about this but every time I read this about your birds out of the side of your vision I think "floaters". My mom use to think she was seeing birds out of the corner of her eye - peripheral - until her eye doctor told her they were floaters. Some floaters, especially new ones, are very clear and black - then fade over time.

I kept biting my fingers, but the urge to say this just got to be too much. Hope you aren't offended and think I don't believe you. Not true, but I do wonder about floaters especially since the birds are gone when you look up but appear when you look away. Hope you know I would never say anything to offend or hurt.

Much love and blessings hf
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04/11/2013 09:22 PM

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4/11/2013 — Saint Louis Missouri — Heavy Tornado damage — Scalar Square 72 hours prior
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Wow AK, lots of our good GLP friends are in that area, Dutch lives there too, right?
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I just walked in the door from getting boxes out of storage and seen your post.

Mama lives by there!! I have sent her a text waiting to hear back.

Much Love,
 Quoting: Tiny Trink


Im good! Yes, rough night here with Tornado sirens much of the evening. Dutch does live here too!

I think he was more closer to the areas that got hit bad!

No damage in my immediate area!

This is the storm that I heard that weird thunder!


Thanks for checking in on me!
hf
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Stay safe Mama!!! Prayer sent your way. hf
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04/11/2013 09:33 PM

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What???

A fisherman has been bitten to death by a beaver after trying to take its photograph.

The man was on a fishing trip at Lake Shestakov in Belarus with two friends when they spotted the animal on the side of the road.

He stopped so that he could take a picture but as he approached the beaver it pounced on him, biting him in the thigh.

His friends attempted to stem the flow of blood from the wound but the animal’s bite had severed a main artery and the man, who came from Brest, bled to death.

Beaver attacks are rare and according to experts those animals that do go for humans are usually rabid.

However, they are not unheard off.

Earlier this week a video was posted on YouTube showing a man in the Tver region, northwest of Moscow, running away from a beaver who charged at him as he was filming in the area.

Last year in the US two girls were mauled by a beaver in a lake in Virginia as they swam. They suffered serious bite and scratch injuries. A man was also attacked in New York and an elderly woman in Washington.

In 2003 in Belarus a farm manager and farmhand were bitten by a rabid beaver as they tried to chase it from a barn. They survived the attack.

Beavers are the second largest rodents in the world.
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04/11/2013 09:50 PM

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hi

I don't know if this was posted, and I'm too exhausted atm to look. Pardon if already posted.

Supermassive black hole wakes to feast on giant planet as astronomers watch
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The video in this was very interesting!! Thank yOu.
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? Can someone please tell me why my karma thumbs and other settings are missing under my name?
Geez.... I've checked to the left can't find the answer I'm sure it's really simple and will be a 'Oh...for Pete's Sake'
moment. LOL
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I never see them under my own name, only others.
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They are there when you are signed in....and not there when you are not.
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