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and levity on the part of officers like these, connecting with the people living in the areas they patrol, would make a big difference. Hilarious!


[link:http://news.yahoo.com/video/kansas-city-police-officer-loses-084014581.html|

Robin Williams wife

discloses that that he had been diagnosed and battling Parkinson's Disease, according to aol.com. As usual, I can't get the link to work. Sorry!

Here are the real faces of Honduran refugee kids.

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Tegucigulpa




T shirt signing party




"One last look"










Ready for school




The strawberry blond "redneck" is mine.




Homemade pizza.








The hatred spewed toward these children makes me enraged. Do they look like "dirty invaders"? M13 members? All are smiling and are good kids. My son has a blast doing service work there. It just makes me sooo angry that there are guns pointed at these kids in THIS country. Haven't they had enough of that in their home countries?

Dr Brantly growing stronger every day.

Thank gawd for modern medicine. This story is from Bloomberg News if I'm too technologically illiterate to figure out how to link. Good vibes, that they continue to grow stronger. These people, on the front lines are true heroes, no matter what one may think of religion.


Ebola-Infected Doctor Is ‘Growing Stronger Every Day’
By Caroline Chen Aug 9, 2014 12:00 AM ET


Kent Brantly, the missionary doctor infected with Ebola who was recently returned to the U.S. for treatment in Atlanta, said he is “growing stronger every day.”

“I am writing this update from my isolation room at Emory University Hospital, where doctors and nurses are providing the very best care possible,” Brantly said in a statement released yesterday by Samaritan’s Purse, the aid group he works with.

Brantly and Nancy Writebol, an aid worker also being treated at Emory, were infected while working with patients in an Ebola center in Liberia. Family and supporters have said that Writebol too is improving, though she remains weakened.

“My focus, however, remains the same -- to follow God,” Brantly wrote. “Please pray for our recovery." More......



http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-08-08/ebola-infected-doctor-is-growing-stronger-every-day-.html

Figured it out!! Thanks, all!!








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