Monday, October 20, 2014

E-Books on sale in time for Christmas!

    Mind of a Woman e-book is now on sale for $0.99 just in time for the holidays. This book is about a woman who struggle with drug addiction and homelessness. The story is told through poetry. 

Red Note A Time To Kill is now on sale for $0.99 Crime Thriller. When contract killer Tasha Fergerson find herself in the cross-hairs of her company, she goes on a killing spree. Her husband and sheriff of Hollybrook, Jalene Fergerson is a fugitive wanted by U.S. Marshals and crime organization El Diablo Familia unbeknownst to her. El Diablo Familia is a known international organizations with many operatives in very high places in many countries. In this page turning tale she finds herself killing people from Jalene's past, discovering her husband's true identity and rekindling an old flame with her lesbian lover Jackie.

What is your cat doing? is now on sale for $0.99. A cute and adorable cat taps into the imagination of every boy and girl. He shows them many different occupations and inspire their dreams.

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

ISIS: Fighting war on terror

Another BlockBuster hit from Jihad, complete with English-speaking militants, executions and ending with FBI searching for militants in the video. The new video is called “Flames of War,” the militant FBI is looking for started speaking in Arabic then switches to perfect English with a North American accent. In the video the same militant appears to coordinate an execution of Syrian soldiers. According to CNN, the United States will be doing a voice analysis and comparing it to people they have under surveillance. Officials say the killer appears to be a significant person of influence with the terror group. The jihadist appears to be articulate and persuasive. In the video, the jihadist makes reference to the Syrian soldiers assigned to 17th Division military base near the Syrian city of Raqqa. He states they are “digging their own graves in the very place where they were stationed.” Examiner cannot independently verify if the men in the video were actual Jihadist or soldiers were killed.

CBS News’ Clarissa Ward talks to a 26-year-old Dutch fighter called Yilmaz who abandoned his western lifestyle to fight Jihad in Syria. "I would fight anybody," said Yilmaz. "Even if it was my own father that was bombing these people, I would fight him and kill him myself." When asked if he missed his home and family. He stated "Yes, of course, of course. We left everything behind, when we migrated, everything, everything, our families our friends, basically our future." Yilmaz believes that American ideology is not needed or wanted in Syria. Citing western hypocrisy, "We don't want you," said Yilmaz. "We want our own laws. We want our own rules.""We want Islamic law," said Yilmaz. "It's the only solution." Yilmaz stated he doesn’t fight with ISIS but he doesn’t condemn them, Assad is not the only enemy these days. Current U.S.-led airstrikes against Islamic militant in Iraq and Syria stirred up the belief that the west is fighting a war on Islam.

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Mind of a Woman 

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Jimmy Fallon and team up "Ew!"

Jimmy Fallon and will-i-am team up to make a video, and rap about things that is “Ew!” The pair dressed up like teenage girls as a part of Fallon’s recurring “Tonight Show,” “Ew!” Fallon dressed as Sarah a character he often plays while became Together, the two created a musical list of all things “Ew!” One listen, and “Ew!” will probably insight laughter. The song is on sale at iTunes and all proceeds go to charity. Cost of the single is $1.29, which is seriously not “Ew!” The two charities receiving the money from “Ew!” are foundation and SeriousFun Children’s Network. launched the foundation in 2009 to transform lives through education, inspiration and opportunity. foundation administer charitable activities and programs such as scholarships ( scholarship), financial literacy and home mortgage assistance ( House) and college preparation and student life ( College Track). One of Will’s dream is to restore the now desert Boyle Heights to its formal glory. When Will was younger the Boyle Heights was a thriving industrial area. Now, he wants to connect talented people and people with skills to build businesses, give people pride, direction and the opportunity to foster growth and a healthy future. According to Business2Community, Will said “We need to rebuild America for those who dream big and have a sense of community. That’s what we’re trying to do.”

SeriousFun Children’s Network mission is to create opportunity for children and their families to reach beyond serious illness and discover joy, confidence and a new world of possibilities, free of charge. The charity was started in 1988 when the founder, Paul Newman wanted to give eternally ill kids a chance to “kick back and raise a little hell” The camp was born along with a global movement. Paul’s legacy has touch thousands of children and their families in the U.S., Europe, Asia, Latin America and Africa since 1988.

Raw Footage: Cops smash window, Taser and drag a man out in front of his kids

An Indiana family filed a lawsuit after police drew guns, busted a car window and used a Taser on an adult passenger during a traffic stop. A little girl can be heard crying in the background of the video as police broke a window, used Taser and drag an unarmed man from the vehicle. Lisa Mahone, woman speaking in the video said she was pulled over Sept. 25 by Hammond police for a seat belt violation as she drove with her boyfriend and their two children to a Chicago hospital, where her mother was on her death bed.

Mahone handed over her license and proof of insurance. The police then asked her boyfriend, Jamal Jones, for his ID. Jones told police he didn’t have an ID because he had recently gotten a ticket, when reached inside his book bag on back seat to show them the ticket. Officers drew guns on the couple and their 14-year-old son and 7-year-old daughter. The teen boy began recording the encounter on a cell phone. The officer guns prompted Mahone to call 911 in fear for her life and her children’s lives. She can be heard speaking to the 911 dispatcher.

Mahone told WFLD-TV “Oh my god, he’s pulling me over like I robbed a bank, the whole situation was just crazy.” Jones said "So once the kids were scared, I wasn't gonna get out of the car and leave my kids in the car. He was being so aggressive." "I don't know you and I don't know what you're going to do," an officer told Jones. He responded, "That's why I have my windows up. I'm not no harm to you right now. I got my kids in the car and you're drawing your weapon."One of the police officers took out their baton to smash the window. Police officer used Taser on Jones and dragged him out of the car. The couple filed a federal lawsuit Monday against the Hammond police department, stating the officers overstepped their authority.

Friday, October 3, 2014

Ebola: People infected trick screening personnel with ibuprofen and lies

In recent days, four American health workers have contracted Ebola and Liberian international has brought Ebola on American soil. American is under scrutiny for not testing African visitors for Ebola, but testing for the deadly virus may be a waste of time. Currently, visitors departing from Ebola-stricken countries such as Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone are being screened for fevers, but such safeguards are not foolproof. According to Reuters, people infected with Ebola can take ibuprofen to bring down the fever and then lie on their questionnaire. "The fever-screening instruments run low and aren't that accurate," said infection control specialist Sean Kaufman, president of Behavioral-Based Improvement Solutions, a biosafety company based in Atlanta. Kaufman stated People can take ibuprofen to reduce their fever enough to pass screening. He states “Why wouldn't they? If it will get them on a plane so they can come to the United States and get effective treatment after they're exposed to Ebola, wouldn't you do that to save your life?"On Thursday, Liberian officials said the first Ebola patient to be diagnosed in the United States lied on his questionnaire at the Monrovia airport. The traveler, Thomas Eric Duncan, showed no signs of having the deadly virus, his fever scan showed a normal body temperature of 97.3 degrees Fahrenheit, U.S. health officials stated. Now, about 100 people in Dallas that had contact with Duncan is now in quarantine. The state health department has been reaching out people who were on the airplane with Duncan, urging them to get tested.

American and London airports do not screen for Ebola on connecting flights. Kaufman talks about his experience with flying into USA and London. He tells Reuters he flew from Monrovia to Casablanca to London to Atlanta. He was fever-screened in Monrovia and Casablanca, but not London's Heathrow, he said, and not when he arrived in Atlanta."At Heathrow, there were no questions about where I had come from," he said. "I offered the information to the official in Atlanta, and he said, 'Thank you. Be safe.'" According to Bloomberg Senator Rob Portman believes CDC can do more to prevent the deadly virus from infecting Americans on American soil. He stated Thursday “The time for action has come and gone and the CDC has yet to answer why they are resisting this next commonsense step that is long overdue.”Virologist Heinz Feldmann of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases studied Ebola for years and even aided in developing an experimental Ebola vaccine. Last month Feldmann told Science magazine airport screening personnel in Monrovia, “Don’t really know how to use the devices.” He said he saw screening personnel recording temperatures as low as 32 C (90 F), which is so low it “is impossible for a living person.” But in recent days procedures for taking temperatures have improved. On Wednesday, customs personnel began distributing information prepared by the CDC describing Ebola symptoms. The information also states, “You were given this card because you arrived to the United States from a country with Ebola. Call your doctor even if you do not have symptoms.”

Thursday, October 2, 2014

Savannah Early College Program!

Savannah-Chatham Schools is shorting college time for student by offering college credits with a program called Savannah Early College program. Savannah-Chatham school district believes in preparing their students for college. The school board approved a decision to convert Savannah Early College program into a stand-alone high school. The additional school we be added in 2015. Savannah Early College Program is a specialty school that allows high school students to earn credits towards a bachelor’s degree. Students can earn up to two years of college credit towards a bachelor’s degree, tuition free. The school offer counseling for PSAT, SAT and ACT. The program gives students the edge need to be successful in college. While their concentration is mainly in business, law, technology, security, public safety, corrections and historic preservation the school may offer more programs in the future. Currently the program is being housed at Savannah High School and will continue to share the campus until the new school is built. Admission to the specialty school will be based off the lottery system.

Superintendent Dr. Thomas Lockamy said the decision will help expand the successful program. “Each high school student in the past, their test scores, all of their achievements, were sent back to their home zoned high school. This consolidates all of the students in one location and actually recognizes them for the great work they are doing,”

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Red Note: A Time To Kill

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

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When contract killer Tasha Fergerson find herself in the cross-hairs of her company, she goes on a killing spree. Her husband and sheriff of Hollybrook, Jalene Fergerson is a fugitive wanted by U.S. Marshals and crime organization El Diablo Familia unbeknownst to her. El Diablo Familia is a known international organizations with many operatives in very high places in many countries. In this page turning tale she finds herself killing people from Jalene's past, discovering her husband's true identity and rekindling an old flame with her lesbian lover Jackie.

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