Saturn V Quarter Mile — What would win, a Saturn V rocket or a Mustang GT? Bet on the Mustang in the quarter mile. At least the first quarter mile — 17.9 second for the rocket vs. 12.8 for the GT. It took the rocket 12 seconds to just clear the tower.
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John Haenn Interviews Leo Knepper — John Haenn had an excellent interview with Leo Knepper of Citizens Alliance of Pennsylvania (CAP), May 7 concerning the potential of Pennsylvania and why it’s not reaching it.
Check it out below:
John’s program “Our Time” airs 8:30-9 a.m., the first Monday of the month on WFYL 1180 AM.
John Haenn Interviews Leo Knepper
Chinese street vendors sell grilled centipede. People buy them. Yum.
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Q Anon, Our Favorite Conspiracy Theory — A crazy guy has been posting crazy, cryptic things on the internet since the fall with the gist being that President Trump is not colluding with the Russians but with Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Special Counsel Robert Mueller, and the Russian thing is but a smokescreen for investigations being done by inspector generals targeting widespread corruption in the federal agencies and maybe even the Clintons themselves.
He is known as “Q” or “Q Anon” with the “Q” representing “Q Clearance”, the highest security clearance available to government personnel.
Anyway, you think it’s crazy with the Cohen and Manafort raids then something like this pops up and you start wondering why hasn’t the President ordered the Department of Justice to surrender those documents to Congress?
Call Q a guilty pleasure of ours. You can follow his craziness here.
Q Anon, Our Favorite Conspiracy Theory
Abortion School Shooting Connection Reprise — Another school shooting occurred a few hours ago, this time at Santa Fe High School outside of Houston, Tx. At least eight are reported dead.
This sort of thing doesn’t happen as frequently in Europe some will note.
That Europe teaches a respect for life that we don’t, will not be noted.
We will again reprise our article regarding the abortion-school shooting connection that we first ran Oct. 2, 2015.
There have been 24 U.S. school shootings by our count of the list at Wikipedia involving five or more injuries or deaths since Anthony F. Barbaro shot passersby at random from a window at Olean (N.Y.) High School in 1974 killing three and wounding 11.
That, of course, has changed.There had been school massacres before, notably the University of Texas shootings by Charles Whitman in 1966 and the bizarre Bath Schooldisaster in 1927 in which a demonic school official spent months planting bombs in the building to maximize tragedy, but otherwise the violence was targeted and personal.
Yesterday (Oct. 1), an anti-Christian named Chris Harper-Mercer murdered nine — or 11 depending on the source — students at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Ore., and wounded several others. Before the killing Harper-Mercer asked his victims their religion. Those who said “Christian” he shot in the head. Those who said otherwise he shot in the leg.
So what has caused this change in society? Was it access to guns? Access to guns were arguably easier before 1974 especially for youths. Barbaro was on his school’s rifle team.
So no, it is not access to guns.
What has changed, though, is our culture.
Our respect for life has disappeared.
We tell young men that protecting the innocent is no longer something they should aspire to do.
We have powerful people in government, media and academia shrug their shoulder at revelations of the weak and helpless being harvested for body parts. It’s worse than that actually. The actively defend the organization that does such monstrous things, and insist it be rewarded with public money.
We have state officials protecting mass murder if it is politically fashionable.
It isn’t a coincidence that the school shooting epidemic didn’t start until after our Supreme Court declared abortion to be a “right”.
We start holding once again that the existence of God is an axiom, and that we have individual rights granted by our Creator, and that the rest of us have an obligation to protect the rights of others, especially those that can’t defend themselves, the epidemic will end.
If we continue the path we are now on, things are going to get a lot worse.
Abortion School Shooting Connection Reprise
Walk For Wounded Event Moved To Springton Lake School — Cathy Craddock tells us that the 5K run and walk parts have been cancelled due to weather for tomorrow’s (May 19) 11th Annual Walk for the Wounded but the rest of event including speakers, military personnel, prizes and the Phillies Phanatic will be moved to Springton Lake Middle School, 1900 N. Providence Road, Media, Pa. 19063.
It starts at 11 a.m. The school is across Providence Road from Rose Tree Park where the event was originally scheduled to occur.
Walk For Wounded Event Moved To Springton Lake School
Alex Charlton Hosts Paper Shredding Event — State Rep. Alex Charlton (R-165) will be hosting a free paper-shredding event, 8 a.m. – to noon, tomorrow, May 19, at his district office, 905 W. Sproul Road, Suite 203, Springfield, Pa. 19064 for all who wish to dispose of sensitive documents.
“Identity theft is an insidious crime that impacts more than 15 million individuals in the United States alone at a cost of more than $16 billion,” he said. “It’s critical that we completely destroy personal records and papers when discarding them.”
This is a good thing. Doesn’t mean he has my vote Nov. 6, but this is a good thing.
For what it’s worth, we have heard that Springfield GOP leaders are reaching out to the Regina Scheerer faction that opposed Charlton on Tuesday. That is a better thing.
Alex Charlton Hosts Paper Shredding Event
Ken Sher Gives Interviewing Tips
By Kate Rainey
Joseph’s People Central Delco (JPCD) welcomes Ken Sher, who will present “Handling Difficult Interview Challenges.” The program is 7-8:30 p.m., June 5, at Media Presbyterian Church’s Hassler Chapel, 30 E. Baltimore Ave., Media PA 19063. The chapel can be accessed from the Baltimore Avenue side, to the left of the main door, or around back on East Franklin Street, enter the back door and go up the stairs. All are welcome without regard to religious affiliation.
This interactive session will assist job seekers to answer questions such as “Aren’t you overqualified for this job?” and “What’s your current salary?” Also, come prepared to discuss interview questions that you find particularly challenging.
Mr. Sher, who has been a Career Management and Executive Business Coach for nearly 25-years, will teach participants effective ways to handle phone interviews, tips for Skype interviews, how to answer the most difficult interview questions and what to not say in an interview.
Ken has led three different Learning & Development teams including a global organization and the J & J Sales Recruiting department, where he refined his skills regarding how to identify, recruit and retain top talent. He brings a practical and humanistic approach to training that ultimately leads to increased productivity, career fulfillment and improved employee engagement.
Ken has led sales teams ranging in size from 10 to 70 employees, and sales training and leadership development teams of up to 25 associates. He has helped many of them attain advanced positions within their organizations and beyond. He is a member of the Five O’clock Club, the Life Sciences Trainers & Educators Network (LTEN) and the Association for Talent Development (ATD) and a member of the National Speaker’s Association Academy.
Ken practices what he teaches about developing a healthy work/life balance and enjoys spending time with his wife Nancy and their 3 grown children. Ken may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or http://www.linkedin.com/in/kensher or shercoaching.com
JPCD is a joint program of Media Presbyterian Church and St. Laurence Church in Upper Darby. The group has an active, free forum on LinkedIn, named “Joseph’s People of Central Delaware County-Free Job Search Group” in the LinkedIn directory. To join, send a request and an email will be generated confirming membership.
JPCD is affiliated with Joseph’s People, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping unemployed and underemployed workers. Local, affiliated chapters provide networking opportunities, guidance and emotional support to job seekers and career changers. For more information, send a message through the LinkedIn group listed above, visit www.josephspeople.org or email email@example.com.
Ken Sher Gives Interviewing Tips
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