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Sometimes, a company may release a product to the public, however, sometime later, they will realize that the product is defective. The product may not do all that it says it does. It may present some type of hazard for the consumer. So the manufacturer of the product will issue a recall.
Perhaps you remember a couple of years ago, Toyota had what is being called a "recall crisis." They had sent to the market several lines of cars that had a serious defect: the brakes were not working as they should have been. Some people got in accidents because they were unable to brake when they needed to or the car they were driving switched on the brakes on its own. Toyota had to recall almost half a million vehicles for that issue alone. From 2009 to 2011, Toyota recalled a total of over 4.5 million vehicles.
Did you know that God has issued a recall for every person in the world?
You see, when God created the world, He made humans perfect. However, when Adam and Eve disobeyed a simple command from God, they introduced a defect into the human race -- the defect of sin. Since that time, every human has disobeyed God's laws, and now is defective. The Bible says, "all have sinned and come short of the glory of God." We are damaged goods. Sin and the consequences of sin has messed up our lives. We are no longer perfect.
God decided to do something about our lack of perfection. He decided to issue a recall so He could fix us if we want to be fixed. He says to us today, "Return unto me, and I will return unto you..." He says in Isaiah 1:18: "Come now, and let us reason together, saith the Lord: though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they be red like crimson, they shall be as wool."
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AreYouScreening.com host and BFCA film critic, Marc Eastman, and co-host extraordinaire, Shane Leonard, take on Total Recall.
We're both looking forward to this one, and coming off of our show analyzing the summer, we're hoping this one is going to help us get a bit more summer as fall approaches.
We'll have a couple of interview clips featuring director Len Wiseman and star Colin Farrell to share, and we think it's going to be a lot of fun this week.
Tonight we talk about the facebook post Mayor Don Ness put out today and what it may mean. Also more about the Sharla Gardner recall. It maybe a two part show tonight we will have to wait and see how the time goes.
"Tell me the story of Jesus, write on my heart every word, tell me the story most precious sweetest that ever was heard". Youve perhaps have heard this hymn many times before, or for some it may be new. To tell this amazing story, it would be impossible to leave out our Saviours birth, as well as His death burial and ressurection. What an amazing gift from God the Father to send His one and only Son to free us from the bondage and chains of our sin. Its a kind of love we can't possibly wrap our minds around to truly understand its depths. And thankfully, were not called to fully comprehend this awesome grace, but to just except it. We know there are many who still have not invited Christ in their hearts to make Him Lord and Saviour. Are we telling others about the greatest story ever told, or did we forget what he's done for us. May God help us to reflect and recall what it means to truly be saved from our sin and rejoice in the freedom we have in Christ, the greatest story ever told.
In Matthew 1:17, the number 14 is found three times over, connected with Christ coming into the world. There are 14 generations from Abraham to David. Fourteen generations from David to the Babylonian captivity. Then another 14 generations from the Babylonian captivity to the birth of Jesus, Who came to "save His people from their sins". Fourteen stands for deliverance. Every fourteenth generation was a pivitol point in God's dealings with His people. Three, as you will recall, is for resurrection. With every major event of deliverance for the people of God, resurrection life--revival and restoration--was breathed into the situation by the Wind of the Spirit.
According to 1 Chronicles 25:4-6, Heman had 14 sons and three daughters. He was the king's "seer" of the words of the Lord, a "prophetic psalmist". Under his direction, he led them in anointed song in the house of the Lord, accompanied by musical instruments.
Israel was delivered from the plagues of Egypt on the fourteenth day. Three days later they passed through the Red Sea, a picture of the resurrection. On the other side, Miriam and the women sang, "The Lord is my strength and song, and He is become my salvation (my deliverance)". Exodus 15:1-2. In line with the Heman and the singers in the temple, they sang about salvation (14) and the hope of resurrection (three).
"Here, Whirlpool controls not only Benton Harbor and the residents, but also the court system itself. They will do anything to crush you if you stand up to them. That's why it's so important to fight this. I'm going to fight them until the end. This is not just an attack on Rev. Pinkney. It's an attack on every single person that lives in Benton Harbor, in the state and around the country." - Rev. Edward Pinkney
On December 15, Rev. Edward Pinkney, a leader in the struggle for social and economic justice for the residents of Benton Harbor, Michigan, was sentenced to serve up to 10 years in prison, on the basis of thin circumstantial evidence that a few dates had been altered on a recall petition against the city's mayor, James Hightower. The recall was prompted by the mayor's continued support for tax evasion by the Whirlpool Corporation, the Fortune 500 company and $19 billion global appliance manufacturer, headquartered in Benton Harbor.
As we wrote last week in depth, the politically motivated prosecution against Pinkney killed the petition to recall Hightower, who many believe would have been ousted due to his ongoing protection of Whirlpool's interests at the expense of impoverished Benton Harbor, which is over 90 percent African-American.
Some things just don't change in Ottawa as the "Dark Ages" near the end. Recall bill C-377, which died a deserving death in the Senate courtesy of (former) Senator Hugh Segal. That bill sought to force unions to disclose information and incur costs of doing business that no party would ever demand of corporations. But then, the Corporate Pacification Committee seems to demand next to nothing from the corporate sector. Not taxes. Not compliance. They do accept potential laws from them though.
Cue private members bill C-525. The tactic of having faceless backbench seals introduce devious bills is becoming a base tactic for Emperor. This bill seeks to once again take away rights of all Canadian workers by dictating conditions of organization to the Federal public sector. The civil service is the largest concentration of unionized workers in Canada. The familiar refrains of "good value for taxpayers" and "accountabilty", which mean absolutely nothing to a Government that spends 100 million tax dollars a year on partisan ads, are the usual talking points. The now routine use of limiting debate and pushing through laws for their friends was almost derailed by the Senate. Despite finding errors in the bill, which may add it to the pile of unconstitutional legislation from this junta, the chamber of "sober second thought" passed it anyway.
Why? Because any amended bill in the Senate must go back to the House of Commons to be approved again. That was just too risky to those bastions of democracy known as Emperor's hordes. Diane Finley lauds it. Tony Panayi (Clement) lauds it. That is enough cause for alarm right there.
We will look at this mess of a bill and see how it will effect all working people's rights. We will also include Emperor's cheering section, notably Merit Canada, where half-truths are a way of doing business 24/7.
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Take some time this week to remember your original happy hour: Saturday mornings as a kid, waking up at dawn, jumping on the couch with a bowl of chocolate cereal, turning on the ‘toons, tuning out the outside world, and working your way into a sugar hangover before noon. This week Grim and Mark E devote the whole show to a new theme we call That One Guy!, which honors those actors from your favorite movies and TV shows growing up, whose name you can't quite think of right now but you know who we mean... uh, you know... that one guy! We break in this new format with the one and only Michael Ironside (you know, he's that one guy from Top Gun, that one guy from Total Recall, that one guy from Splinter Cell, that one guy from V, that one guy from Scanners, that one guy from Terminator Salvation, that one guy from freakin' EVERYTHING!!), featuring Grim's interview with the man himself about everything from his TV days to how he helped shape video games as we now know them, and right up to his latest role in the Vicious Brothers new movie Extraterrestrial (playing now in select cities and available in your area on VOD). By the end of the show, we guarantee that you will always remember Michael Ironside's name and look really smart whenever people at your work are trying to think of this one particular "That One Guy!"
Before we discuss the when and why of racism being socially and polically acceptable again in America, let's see if we can decide what racism is. America fully understood racism in the 50s & 60s. Whites explained it then as that's the way things are. That's the way it is supposed to be. Black people were to know and stay in their place. White people were not to voice any other opinon. Today, there is a crumped up different meant to racism. Some will say racism is being intolerate of an entire race of people. This I don't buy, the reason being if racism is being intolerant of a group of people, explain how you are being intolerant toward me and people who look like me. Being visably intolerant is to show up in decision making toward me. Being visably intolerant is behaviour that becomes part of my life and my life's choices. That word racism is applied when visably there are actions involved that harm individuals that are members of a group of people. Black people! There is another part of racism that make racism America's reality. The other part is White priviledge. If racism is intolerance for an entire group than White priviledge is acceptance of an entire group. Could a White person be racist toward his own group of other White people? If there is such a thing as White priviledge, is there also Black priviledge? Do both White priviledge and Black priviledge have the same behaviours and consequences in our society? Now, why is racism now politically and socially acceptable in America here in 2014? My answer is because the elite was once above showing racism. Since 2008 the elite put a stamp of approval on racist actions and language and those who worship the corruption of the elite took up the cause. Racist remarks are again acceptable and those not willing to partake could find themselves friendless. Recall pre 70's USA!
This week on That's What He Said, Freddy finally caught up on Gotham, so we'll resume our regular review(s) schedule. We'll also have some Gotham news, Lou's Mockingjay Part 1 review, Howard the Duck's return to comics, Tina Fey's new show, Celebrities reading tweets, and Winnie The Pooh's hermaphrodite origins. Plus, we'll take a look at a possible Assassin's Creed recall, Call of Duty's sales, Constantine's ratings, and the new Cinderella trailer. Give us a call during the live show at 323-693-3811!
Dr Maria is back in the house!
The term memory storage refers to the work of the system that stores information for use later on—your system for long-term learning and recall. Material from working memory is put into storage by this system. There are many sub-systems for storing different kinds of information. After an injury, memory usually makes weaker traces, making the stored information unreliable. Important information should always be saved in a more permanent medium such as taking notes. Holding out hope to get your pre-injury memory storage back leads to disappointment rather than recovery. The key to memory recovery is metamemory—knowledge of your own memory abilities and deficits. Metamemory lets you plan out ways to cope with your memory deficits. - Dr. Larry Schutz
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