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*******missjudyscorner**** In the 139th Psalm we read that God is everywhere. It tells us that he is in every part of the universe. There is literally nowhere we can go that God is not there. It's hard to imagine this and as humans we can't truly comprehend it, but it is amazing! Our God is everywhere, covering His entire creation.
25 Apr 2010
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Fort Myers Beach It\'s hard to imagine Fort Myers Beach as a remote stretch of green edged with white, soft sand and accessible only by boat. However, that\'s just what it was until the first "Little Bridge" was constructed to bring tourists and locals alike to the seven-mile Estero Island through Bunche Beach on the mainland. By the late 1920s, a new bridge (actually a second-hand one from the East coast of Florida) was installed near the current San Carlos Bridge. Little by little, Estero Island\'s attractive features, including miles and miles of white, sandy beaches, have captured the imaginations of visitors from near and far. This beach community draws thousands of visitors from Germany, France and the United Kingdom each year. Boating, sailing, fishing and spectacular Lovers Key State Park make this island a real recreational playground. Add to that a great number of family-friendly resorts, quaint cottages, Old Florida charm, restaurants serving fresh seafood from the Gulf of Mexico and an annual Shrimp Festival, and it\'s a beach vacation paradise
3 Jun 2010
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BY JIM FLINK You're watching multisource sports news analysis from Newsy. “It’s a great move. The Red Sox are...They always reload. But they’re significantly reloading with the two acquisitions they made so far this winter.” (ESPN) That’s New York Yankee’s GM Brian Cashman -- a little jealous -- or a lot. Talking about the bitter rival Red Sox. Beantown is abuzz over Boston’s two newest baseball additions -- free agent First Baseman Adrian Gonzalez and outfielder Carl Crawford. Both bit the BoSox bait -- hook, line and sinker. Here’s the Boston Globe’s Bob Ryan. “It is indeed a good morning. Carl Crawford has been signed. Seven years, 142. Gotta get beyond the money. If you can live with J.D. Drew for the last several years at 14, you can live with Carl Crawford at 20. ... First you add Adrian Gonzalez. Now you add Carl Crawford. You’re adding two All-Stars. You’re adding two guys who should do very, very well at Fenway.” That may be says ESPN’s Rob Neyer, but c’mon. Seven years? By then, Crawford’s speed will be more -- crawdad-like. “Crawford's coming off his best season, and probably won't ever enjoy another quite as good. Seven years is a long time; $142 million is a lot of money. It's not hard to imagine his OBP (on base percentage) slipping, though, in the last two or three seasons of this seven-season contract. And if Crawford's OBP slips below .340, he probably won't be worth what the Sox are paying him.” So, did the Red Sox overpay over the long-term? MLB****’s Peter Gammons says, it’s all part of the plan Anchor: “We say seven years, what are they doing? But maybe not the worst idea in the world for a guy in his 20s.” Gammons: “Well, they have very strong beliefs, the Red Sox do, that the last peak year is 36. And they have Crawford tied up through the age of 35, and Gonzalez tied up through the age of 34.” Big spenders? No way, says Bloomberg. Big -- shrewd -- savers. Dumping the old. Dropping coin on the present and future. “Boston has replaced the offense lost by the departures of Victor Martinez and Adrian Beltre with the bats of the 29-year-old Crawford and the 28-year-old Gonzalez...a move that lowers Boston's 2011 payroll for luxury tax purposes.” So what do you think? Beantown reloading? Or are Boston’s beans -- badly baked? Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy
11 Dec 2010
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Transcript by Newsy**** BY CHRISTINA HARTMAN You're watching multisource business video news analysis from Newsy. If the headline writers are also soothsayers - NBC’s news operations are in for a big change. An LA Times article warns, “Culture shock likely as Comcast takes over NBC.” Perhaps -- a timely prediction: “Today marks the first day of Comcast and NBC Universal uniting as one company to bring you guys the very best news and entertainment programming on the planet.” (E! News) But media watchers worry NBC’s news operations could change with the merger. Comcast says it won’t mess with NBC’s news division but after the high-profile and abrupt departure of MSNBC star Keith Olbermann last week - analysts suggested otherwise. ANDERSON COOPER: “Both Comcast and NBC denied that their merger had anything to do with Olbermann's departure. Do you buy that? I heard even last summer, from folks in the industry saying Comcast is not going to put up with this.” ANALYST: “Everybody agreed that Comcast would be very unlikely to put up with Keith's behavior, let's say, and prima donna activities. I don't think it was coincidentally motivated." (CNN) And Comcast is definitely aware of the potential perception problem. USA Today reports the company promises it won’t be cutting time for local newscasts at the 10 NBC stations it owns for the next three years. Still - USA Today suggests it’s hard to imagine the merger won’t at least influence news operations. “Comcast will control the No. 1 evening newscast (Nightly News), morning newscast (The Today Show), and Sunday talk show (Meet the Press). ... The executives have little experience in news... some observers wonder whether Comcast appreciates the nuances of the interests it must balance in the TV news properties it will run.” And the stakes are high -- at least financially. According to the Pew Research Center, NBC’s news operations generated $1.8 billion in 2009. But local NBC stations like Miami’s WTVJ are promising viewers -- news content won’t change with the merger. ANCHOR: “As a viewer you can expect the same level of news reporting you have been allowing us to bring into your home every day. But it was surely very exciting. ANCHOR 2: “Yes indeed.” But some observers aren’t so convinced. American Public Media spoke with a Hollywood Reporter editor -- who suggests Comcast could shift money spent on news somewhere deemed more profitable. MATTHEW BELLONI: “Maybe they're going to go for sports, try to put big sporting events on their Versus network, so they can try to build that up and create a competitor to ESPN.” In a statement distributed to NBC employees Thursday -- Comcast said, “We take our business seriously, but do not take ourselves too seriously." Get more multisource business video news analysis from Newsy.
29 Jan 2011
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23 Feb 2011
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3 Mar 2011
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11 Mar 2011
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BY CHRISTINE SLUSSER ANCHOR SALEM SOLOMAN You're watching multisource world news analysis from Newsy “A new day and a nightmare for quake victims in Japan.” (Video Source: CNN) “...has some Japanese calling this Japan’s Chernobyl.” (Video Source: CBS) JOHN LARGE: “...and we know about 170,000 people have now been evacuated, so clearly they are preparing for the worst case.” (Video Source: ITN) From earthquakes, to tsunamis, to nuclear meltdowns, it’s hard to imagine things getting much worse for Japan--but where there’s a media, there’s a way. One theme dominating the coverage is “can it get any worse?” Media outlets take a look at the worst case scenarios. (Video Source: RT) “There are now three power plants in Japan where there are fears about radiation.” (Video Source: Sky News) “..***uld overheat and meltdown, releasing radioactivity into the environment.” (Video Source: MSN) “Japan has declared an emergency alert at another nuclear power plant in the Northeast of the country. Radiation levels of about 700 times higher than normal have reportedly been detected.” (Video Source: RT) One YouTube user was compelled enough to warn Americans of impending radioactive doom. “The wind was blowing to the east of Japan, and the picture you’re looking at suggests where it’s gonna go. With the current... situation, wind current and so on and so forth, so I don’t know what more to say to you, I don’t have the knowledge to advise you anymore... ” Fox News interviewed nuclear power expert Joe Cirincione, who says the likelihood of America having a similar fate is very, very possible. “[A] trifecta of earthquake, tsunami and nuclear meltdown in the U.S. remains a possibility...Diablo Canyon in California is ‘a classic case of a very large nuclear reactor in an area that's seismically active...’” ...and the disaster anxiety has indeed spread overseas. A writer for Canada Free Press imagines a monster volcano exploding in the U.S. “If the Yellowstone Park caldera, the largest potential volcano in the U.S. should explode, it would have a comparable affect and there isn’t a damn thing that can be done about it.” Keep up with the latest on the Japanese disaster by downloading the latest Newsy iphone app. You can now stream our videos through your Apple TV – it’s free from the iTunes Store. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
15 Mar 2011
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17 Mar 2011
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21 Mar 2011
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BY CHRISTY LEWIS Anchor: Austin Kim You're watching multisource US video news analysis from Newsy. After a decade of debate, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers greenlit a new, cyber red-light district. Pornographic websites can now officially register domains with the suffix dot-XXX -- and everyone has an opinion. “...religious groups argue the new domain will legitimize porn, while some pornographers say it could demean their sites and eventually make it easier for the government to block their content. Supporters say the domain keeps with the principle of openness and fuels Internet growth.” (NY1) The adult entertainment world worries about new expenses that come along with dot-XXX. Evil Angel, a porn company, told ZDNet… “The effect now is to create a monopoly for one company in this area. The adult community has invested in how it is structured now. It is unfair to us all to add an additional expense to our business without competition for the services that this new business, .xxx, would provide.” U.S. President Barack Obama’s administration quickly expressed their quote “disappointment” in the corporation’s decision -- saying it goes against public interest and will open the door to more Internet blocking by governments and undermine the stability and security of the Internet." But while some are worried about censorship, others -- like concerned parents who fought the new suffix -- claim it will make pornography even more accessible. “This way pornographers can … make sure they have a tight grip on those children who might already be inclined to experiment with pornography and who now will know exactly where to go to find it, the ‘.xxx’ world.” But a blogger for CNN says, the move could spark a slew of quote- “top-level” domains, ones which change what comes after the “dot” -- and that could make it easier to trick consumers into providing personal information. ...“we will see top-level domains such as .car, .newyorkcity, .hotels and hundreds more. Internet real estate will grow exponentially, creating a more complex experience for every user. …how would you determine which are trusted sites providing accurate information? How would you determine which are fraudulent sites actively misinforming the public?” Finally, a blogger for The Stir’s Café Mom points out—porn is not a new trend, so why fuss over the new domain name? “As of 2010, there were an estimated five to six million adult entertainment sites on the web. It's hard to imagine why a new domain created for this purpose is worth freaking out about, whether you're opposed to pornography or an ardent fan of it.” Pornographic websites will not be required to give up their **** addresses for a .xxx one. Already 230,000 URL’s have been reserved, selling at about $60 a piece. Follow Newsy on Twitter Newsy_Videos Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
22 Mar 2011
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4 Apr 2011
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