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Noah’s Ark Proves Climate Change is Real and We Should Learn from that Experience

Noah’s Ark is a very well-documented historical event in which water covered the earth, brought on by extreme climate change. And it possible killed off all the dinosaurs. We are seeing the prelude to another biblical climate event that will happen in the near future, we must learn from that experience.

As when Noah built his Ark, weather in our time is becoming more and more extreme every day. It’s a fact, from the Bible, that rain caused the waters of the earth to rise considerably, covering our planet. Today, rain caused by extreme climate has caused numerous floods throughout the globe.

Similarly today, scientists, like God did over a millennium ago, have stated that global warming and climate change will cause the oceans of the world to rise. In Noah’s time, waters rose, killing all those humans and animals not on the Ark–which explains why there wasn’t room for dinosaurs. Coincidence? Highly unlikely.

Another revelation that we see in both cases is climate change deniers. Noah faced many people who called him crazy for his beliefs about climate change and God, saying climate change wasn’t real. Wrong. Today, there are people who just don’t believe in climate change, and that’s a fact, they need to learn.

Now that we know the real facts about our impending doom on earth, we can learn from the Bible. It’s time to combat climate change by doing as Noah did: build an ark–or if that is not physically possible, at least buy enough inflatable rafts to save the human and animal populations.

Now is the time to act on climate change, use less. Time is running out. The waters of the world are rising, weather is getting worse. There is no time to think, there is only to act to save the planet and ourselves. Here are some rafts at a discount: raft. Do your part.

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No Collusion, Time to Move On

AMERICA, USA–After two years of investigating, there has been no collusion to be found by Team Trump. No collusion means no collusion. It does not mean what you feel it means, it means just that: no collusion. That’s all.

Now, after two years of believing something that has been found to be unfounded, it may be time to stop believing those who told you collusion was real in the first place: the mainstream media and social media.

How unfortunate to blindly believe and now feel sickened to hear the result. Such wasted time, could have been focused on positive and bettering self, yet spent on trying to bring the innocent down. To prove a bad thing.

One thing that was proven by the Mueller Report is reassurance that our president is not a foreign asset, and that is cause for celebration. But you won’t hear it from all of America.

Both sides will have their opines and beliefs but the legal system has spoken and it said: no collusion. That’s the facts. Time to move on.

Why aren’t You Paid for Your Time on Social Media?

FROGTOWN, ST PAUL–The average person spends 2 hours and 22 minutes of their day on social media. If that person was making minimum wage for their time (average in US $7.25), they would have made $5,874.67 in a year.

That’s a credit card paid off, like, yesterday. That money could be new clothes for the kids. That money could be a student loan reduced by a large percentage, or entirely gone. Imagine.

And most, if not all of us are paid no money to be on social media. And social media makes money off of us through advertising and using our personal data.

So, think about that next time you log on to scroll, those hours could be dollars to better your situation, to pay attention to a loved one, to change your life.

But today, the average person lines the pocketbook of another, without a notice or a care in the real world. Today, you can get what you deserve for your time, just think.

MPR News Article appears to Explain away a Democrat’s offense as Non-Issue taken out of Context, Not so for Trump or Republicans

ST PAUL, MN–MPR News has pointed out that a video shared by Trump was edited and out of context, when a Democrat said something potentially offensive: “…some people did something,” while referring to the 9/11 terrorist attacks on America.

Acknowledging the above text, and understanding that the MPR article appears to explain the offense away as “edited” and “out of context”, one question comes to mind: How often is an offensive quote from Trump or a Republican, said during a speech or quoted from a larger text, given the same treatment by MPR or mainstream media in general?

Excerpt from MPR article critical of taking words out of full quotes and context when related to a Democrat:

How come the media doesn’t explain why Trump’s offenses aren’t offensive in an article using full quote and the full context of his comments? There are no protests on that irony. Bias maybe?

You will not find Trump’s full speech or the exact context of his comments in this MPR News article, nor will you find an excuse for his offenses, nor will you find even that consideration.

Trump’s quote simply may be edited out of context, but that is not mentioned, we don’t know for certain… There is no “edited” in the headline of their article based on a singular Trump quote:

The way it seems, is if you are a Democrat, a liberal progressive, or left-leaning individual or entity, to the news media, you may be infallible and worth explaining or condoning or making an excuse for or getting a pass, or worthy of being treated fairly. Anything else and you don’t get it. Where is the objectivity in journalism today?

Infinity Inches possibly Forecasted likely to fall in Minnesota, potentially

FROGTOWN USA–There is no sugarcoating this one, Minnesota may possibly, potentially get infinity inches of snow in the next few days, way more than 6 to 12 inches as previously forecasted.

Snowstorm Ice Dragon is plowing through the middle of the nation on a disaster course, one way worse than last April’s Snowmaggedon. Way worse.

Winter is coming again. The path of the storm is pinpointed in the graphic of Minnesota below, marked in red is where infinity inches is slated to fall.

Just when we thought winter was finally over, it’s back and it doesn’t care about our feelings.

Trump May be Saving Thousands of Dollars a Year HUGELY by Living in Florida

AMERICA, USA–In an obvious revelation, after five minutes of Google research, which no news media has covered, I may have discovered why Trump spends much of his time in Florida, at Mar-a-Lago: tax incentives.

Florida is where I want to live when I retire, logically, after stumbling upon the state’s six-plus-one formula, because there is no way I will be able to afford Minnesota’s progressive fifth highest tax burden in the nation.

Nerdwallet explains:

Florida is a tax haven, get woke.

Any person that wants to be taxed less on things such as everyday life, income, retirement income and property, should check out Florida.

The Sunshine State’s tax incentives may be saving President Trump thousands, if not tens of thousands of dollars a year, ermergerd.

The secret is out about Florida, now, and no one is talking about it… No one that is, but me, right here. If you find value in this idea, theory writing, make a donation. Thanks 😊

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Millennial Money: Turning in Our Leased Subaru Early Saves Us at Least $5,000 a Year

ST PAUL, MN–Yesterday, we saved our family $5,000 a year. We took our leased Impreza Sport in early and will now drive a minivan we bought with cash, per Dave Ramsey’s influence in The Total Money Makeover.

Our situation–saving us nearly $500 a month–is not average, nor is it normal by any means: 1/3 of all new cars are leased per average on 2018 consumer reports; nearly half of American adults rely on auto loans to pay for their vehicles: NOT OWNED.

We own our minivan outright, that’s unusual in a world where living on credit is standard. And by owning with no payments we save, BIG TIME. Also, by owning, within our means, we get out of debt sooner.

No more $343.17 a month to Chase for the Subaru we NEVER owned. No more $135 a month for insurance, high-end comprehensive, required by the lease agreement. On the minivan our first payment was the last!

We stopped paying for Subaru and Chase’s beach house, we are going to buy our own eventually, and sooner now.

I share our story because you too can do anything with a plan, action and a goal. Time to buy with cash, stop living beyond our means on credit. Patience and persistence to long-term success, good luck.

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