Category Archives: Accident Prevention

Wrong Way Driving is 100% Preventable

All vehicle accidents are 100% preventable, including wrong way driving accidents…. Continue reading

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The danger of suicide lies in logic, not in imagination

“Martin Manley hated waking up early, but on his 60th birthday he did — or more likely, never went to sleep the night before.

“At 5 a.m. he entered a police station parking lot in a suburb of Kansas City, Kansas, walked to a spot beneath a tree on its far south end and pulled out his phone.

“He dialed 911.

“He said this:

“I want to report a suicide at the south end of the parking lot of the Overland Park Police Station at 123rd and Metcalf.”

“Then, the blogger and former sports reporter for the Kansas City Star pulled out his Saturday Night Special, a .380 pistol, and shot himself in the head… Continue reading

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Suffering, in the plan of eternal Love, has a redemptive character

If the world were a random place to live in, then earthquakes, tornadoes, hurricanes, etc could occur anywhere anytime, but they don’t. These occur in places and at times that follow a somewhat regular and orderly pattern as to time and place. If we choose to live in San Francisco, we know we risk being buried alive in an earthquake… if we choose to live in Oklahoma, we know we run the risk we run of being buried alive in a tornado… if we choose to live in Chicago, we know the risk we run of being shot… etc… Continue reading

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Is Angelina Jolie shilling for genetic bulldozers and psychotropic shopping malls?

“Certainly preemptively lopping off your breasts and changing your odds of getting breast cancer from 87% to 5% must feel like control. I don’t know that it’s brave but it is certainly human and understandable. But something else could easily come around the corner tomorrow and turn her world to rubble. I mean, it would be nice if life’s struggles and tragedies would all announce their likelihood in a medical test but that generally isn’t how it works… Angelina Jolie is a pretty big smoker, too, by the way.” Continue reading

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“O brave new world, that has such people in it!”

As I said in my book “The World Perceived” it doesn’t take much imagination to realize that if one can create an entire computer virtual world using a simple binary code of “1” and “0” God could certainly create the physical world using a simple code of “A”, “C”, “G”, “T” (= adenine, cytosine, guanine, and thymine). Likewise, scientists are doing the same thing. The question is “Do we have the wisdom needed to do this?” Continue reading

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Kids can’t make gun noises in schools but the authorities can use guns while running full scale, realistic, and very scary active shooter drills in schools?

“WAVY-TV reports the 7-year-old boy was suspended for two days for a violation of the Suffolk school system’s zero-tolerance policy on weapons. He was playing with another student in class Friday at Driver Elementary. He heeded a teacher’s order to stop.

“The boy’s father says he believes school officials overreacted in suspending his son.
Suffolk Public Schools spokeswoman Bethanne Bradshaw says a pencil is considered a weapon when it’s pointed at someone in a threatening way and gunlike noises are made…
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Critiquing the Boston Lockdown: The SWAT Goons Meet Sheriff Andy Taylor

During the recent Boston Lockdown, we saw Watertown swarming – not with police officers but – with soldiers. And these soldiers, like Barney Fife, were needlessly endangering – as opposed to protecting – the public by needlessly pointing loaded weapons at hundreds of innocent peoples, while supposedly searching for one, lone man. These soldiers were protecting themselves, not the public. They were endangering the public… Continue reading

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The Boston Marathon Bombing – A Teachable Moment

“Bauman was waiting for his girlfriend Erin Hurley to cross the finish line when the man looked at him and placed a bag by his feet. Two and a half minutes later, an explosive inside detonated and tore apart Bauman’s legs, which were later amputated at the knee.”

“If you see a suspicious unattended bag, say something to warn the people around you, evacuate the area, and notify the authorities.”
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US Army ROTC @ Mount Saint Mary’s

I was walking out of the bookstore, after having spoken with the manager about getting my philosophy/theology book in the store, and just as I was walking out the door I saw a young woman and a young man in US Army fatigues just as they were both plopping down on separate couches right in front of me and said to myself “Oh no…” Continue reading

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15 concerns about America from the left and the right

Corporations should be granted permission to operate by the federal government and this permission should be granted only when the corporation agrees to treat all peoples (e.g., customers, employees) with the equal dignity, rights, and respect that is granted to them by Nature and Nature’s God, as outlined in the Declaration of Independence, and the corporation agrees to hire American workers. Also, the natural resources of America to belong to the people, not to private corporations for profit…
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