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Monday, July 17, 2017

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Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Bible Scriptures

the time is 12:02 p.m. Central Time on Wednesday July 12th 2017 Send me your light and your faithful care,
let them lead me;
let them bring me to your holy mountain,
to the place where you dwell. Psalm 43:3

Be wise in the way you act toward outsiders; make the most of every opportunity. Let your conversation be always full of grace, seasoned with salt, so that you may know how to answer everyone. Colossians 4:5-6 All streams flow into the sea,
yet the sea is never full.
To the place the streams come from,
there they return again. All things are wearisome,
more than one can say.
The eye never has enough of seeing,
nor the ear its fill of hearing. For with much wisdom comes much sorrow;
the more knowledge, the more grief. Ecclesiastes 1:7-8, 18.
"Not that I speak in regard to need, for I have learned in whatever state I am, to be content: I know how to be abased, and I know how to abound. Everywhere and in all things I have learned both to be full and to be hungry, both to abound and to suffer need. I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me." Philippians 4:11-13

Send me your light and your faithful care,
let them lead me;
let them bring me to your holy mountain,
to the place where you dwell. Psalm 43:3
Show me your ways, Lord,teach me your paths.Guide me in your truth and teach me, for you are God my Savior, and my hope is in you all day long. Remember, Lord, your great mercy and love, for they are from of old. Psalm 25:4-6 ~ Amen, The Lord confides in those who fear him; he makes his covenant known to them. He guides the humble in what is right and teaches them his way.
He giveth more grace when the burdens grow greater, He sendeth more strength when the labors increase; To added affliction, he addeth His mercy, To multiplied trials His multiplied peace. When we have exhausted our store of endurance, When our strength has failed e’re the day is half done, When we reach the end of our hoarded resources Our father’s full giving has only begun. His love has no limit, His grace has no measure, His power has no boundary known unto men; For out of His infinite riches in Jesus He giveth, and giveth, and giveth again! ~ Amen.. He Giveth More Grace...

My best friend and family Nibbler

Good Morning The time is 11:44
a.m. Central Time on your Wednesday July 12 2017 I want to thank you all for the prayers for my cat Nibbler he came out of his procedur safe and sound he had his procedur yesterday Tuesday July 11th 2017 Nibbler have to where a cone on his head for 2 weeks and the doctor prescribed him with antibiotics intill he gets his stitches removed.                    thank you again

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

My best friend and family Nibbler

the time is 4:37 a.m. Central Time on Tuesday July 11th 2017 Good morning to everyone my cat Nibbler  will be having his procedure done this morning please keep him in your thoughts and prayers comes out safe and sound thank you

Monday, July 10, 2017

My best friend and family Nibbler

my best friend and family Nibbler

Hello to everyone I hope everyone is having an awesome night the current time is 10:10 p.m. central Time on your Monday the 10th 2017 so this morning was busy my mom and I had to take my cat Nibbler to the vet he is going to have procedure  tomorrow morning on Tuesday July 11th 2017 so please keep him in your prayers for him to come out safe and sound it's a pretty big procedure it's not until tomorrow morning but they had asked us if you want to take him home or if you just want to keep him here over night Intel the procedure is finish and my mom and I can pick him up after the procedur so my mom and I had just said yes by keeping Nibbler there over night it just makes things easier on us and also on Nibbler I will keep you guys updated thank you and good night

Nibbler

Good morning

Good morning to everyone the time is 5:29 a.m. Central Time on Monday July 10th 2017

Sunday, July 9, 2017

Good night

Goodnight to everyone the time is 11:45 p.m. Central Time on your Sunday July 9th 2017

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THE LATEST Nintendo Switch games news involving The Legend of Zelda series, as well as more on the recent stock updates and Splatoon 2 Marina release reveal.

The Nintendo Switch’s launch month was a big success, in thanks partly to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.

While it was also available on the Wii U, The Nintendo Switch games version provided players with a slightly higher-spec and the chance to play it on the move.

Many fans have probably picked up the new DLC expansion, which is also the first to be made available in any Zelda game.

But for those who were hoping for a quick-fire sequel on the Nintendo Switch, series producer Eiji Aonuma has some bad news for you.

Speaking to Gamereactor, the Zelda veteran revealed that we’re in for a long wait, following the success of Breath of the Wild.

“We have no plans for a future Zelda,” he explained. 

“We are still far from that, unfortunately for you. Today, I'm at the stage where I'm trying to gather a number of ideas for a sequel, but I cannot do it alone. 

“It's a lot of work that will have to be done over a long period of time, and we're still far from having planned anything. Leave us a little time.”

Aonuma did confirm that more support for Nintendo Switch’s HD rumble would likely be in the next title, adding: “The real problem that made it impossible to use this technology is not so much a matter of time problem but rather that we were going to have too many differences with the Wii U version and they both had to be identical games. 

“We will be able to use this in the next Zelda.”

Nintendo have revealed that demand has far surpassed their original estimates and they’re now looking to have an install base of around 10m by the end of the current fiscal year.

But while Nintendo strive to boost their production numbers to keep up with supply, Nintendo Switch stock at Gamestop and GAME is still unable to keep up.

A statement from Nintendo to MCVUK explains: “"For Nintendo Switch, our initial plan for the fiscal year ended March 2017 was to ship two million units by the end of March, but we increased production which resulted in shipping 2.74 million units globally.

"For products like Nintendo Switch, it takes time to procure parts and run production, so we perform demand estimates far in advance of launch. Actual demand following the launch of these products surpassed our estimates globally.

"To take advantage of this favorable momentum, we will continue to bolster our manufacturing facilities and strive to increase production in preparation for the Christmas period, which has been factored into our forecast of shipping 10 million units globally by the end of this fiscal year.”

But while increases in production have been promised, There still isn’t enough Nintendo Switch stock at places like Gamestop.

Nintendo have confirmed that they expect more stock to arrive later this month, adding: “We anticipate more stock to arrive in mid-July. Customer orders will be fulfilled in the order they are placed.”

Players in the UK mostly have access to pre order pages for the Nintendo Switch, effectively putting down a deposit so that they can queue for a system.
Splatoon 2 has a new set of characters, which were officially unveiled by Nintendo this week. 

Marina and Pearl will be the new hosts of Splatoon 2's Splatfest, who will be taking over from Callie and Marie.

Nintendo announced that a Splatfest demo would take place before the game officially launches on July 21. Instead, fans will be able to log on Saturday, July 15, to check out the new multiplayer offerings.

The new demo should be available to download now, with the official UK times for the new Splatfest confirmed as from 5pm, BST.

As mentioned above Splatoon 2’s Marina and Pearl will be part of the scene for the foreseeable future and are part of a pop duo called Off the Hook.

“Who are these fresh new faces? Why it’s Pearl and Marina of the group Off the Hook, the newest sensation in Inkopolis,” a message from Nintendo teases.

Nintendo Switch fans will also get voice chat support through a smartphone app landing on July 21 - the same day as Splatoon 2 is released.

However, the Big N have gone for a less conventional - and slightly controversial route - for their online voice chat. While the PS4 and Xbox One just needs you to plug in a headset to chat with friends online, with the Switch you have to download a smartphone app.

Once you have downloaded the Nintendo Switch Online mobile app, connecting a headset then requires a few more steps. Splatoon 2 is launching with a third-party headset, which looks like the funky headsets characters in the game wear.

But to use it alongside the Switch game, there are a number of hoops you have to jump throug

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' downward spiral began several decades ago. Now, it deepens.

You know about the 32 percent personal income tax hike that legislators just imposed.

And you know that even the extra $5 billion snaked out of taxpayers' pockets won't stop Illinois' spiral. Nothing in this budget will stanch the flow of jobs and people to other states. So now what?

Politicians who've catastrophically mismanaged Illinois finances will spend the rest of their careers trying to cover their tracks and deny the obvious: They've set up Illinois to fail. Raising taxes without major, offsetting reforms piles on years of other decisions that sabotage economic growth. Decisions now driving employers and other citizens to shrewder states.

It's as if legislators tried to make this state even less competitive. Illinois already ranked a mediocre 23rd nationally in business tax climate. With this tax hike, Illinois falls to 28th, the nonpartisan Tax Foundation tells us. The attractiveness of the state's corporate tax flops from 26th to 37th. Wrong direction, folks.

As Illinois makes itself less appealing to employers and other taxpayers, all of us feel the blowback. Home prices fall. Debt and pension costs crimp spending on services. Employers flee to lower-tax states, or never consider locating in Illinois. Jobs grow scarcer. Schools lose students as families depart.

People follow jobs and opportunity. That's why Illinois has led the nation in population loss — three years straight. The exodus is a self-perpetuating crisis. As people leave, more think about leaving; now they have a family member, a friend, a colleague who reports that Colorado or Texas or Oregon is great.

It's tempting to shrug off the Illinois exodus as just a relative handful of people fleeing a big state. Look at metropolitan Chicago. With all that construction, the packed expressways, the mobbed sidewalks — it's easy to not notice the spiral. But here and across vast reaches downstate, neighborhoods empty quietly. Moving trucks come and go. Houses linger on the market.

The state loses clout, politically and financially, with every U-Haul that crosses the state line. Federal dollars and clout in Congress flow to places attracting people and jobs. Communities build schools and roads with the expectation there will be more citizens to use them, more taxpayers to offset the investment. But as people leave ...

Shrinking state resources force colleges to cut programs, prompting students to go elsewhere. That pernicious trend threatens the state's economic health; students who earn diplomas far away often stay there to work, raise families, create businesses.

Decade after decade, the many lawmakers who undercut Illinois have rarely suffered consequences. Voters send them back to Springfield to repeat their failures. To keep bleeding the state of jobs and opportunity.

That's not just about taxes. We don't reflexively oppose a hike if it accompanies long overdue reforms that would kindle prosperity. That means addressing the state's massive pension funding liability. Modernizing its expensive workers' compensation laws. Pruning its wild overgrowth of local governments and school districts. Fixing its property tax system. In short, streamlining Illinois to reduce taxpayers' burdens and debts.

Illinois' last big tax hike, the fiasco of 1/11/11 that Democrats designed to start rolling back in 2014, brought a $31 billion windfall to Illinois. But without spending restraints, it bought precious little improvement to state finances. The spiral intensified. And here taxpayers are, many billions deeper in debt, absorbing a big tax hike retroactive to July 1.

Yet Democrats who passed the 1/11/11 tax hike had the last laugh: In 2012 voters didn't punish legislators who report to House Speaker Michael Madigan and Senate President John Cullerton.

During their combined 86 years in Springfield, Madigan and Cullerton advanced many of the terrible bills — to spend, borrow, tax and reward their cronies — that put taxpayers in this fix. A week ago we urged Madigan and Cullerton to follow the example of Republican Christine Radogno and quit leadership in order to spare Illinois more of their drama. Speaker Madigan, President Cullerton, if you were busy, read that editorial at chicagotribune.com/quit.

Legislators who imposed this year's increase despite Gov. Bruce Rauner's opposition hope that by next year's elections you'll once again forget. Forget that they voted to raise your taxes before they passed major reforms. Forget how they set this state to shrivel as its neighbors thrive. Forget how they sabotaged Illinois.

Don't forget.

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Copyright © 2017, Chicago Tribune

Editorials Michael Madigan Christine Radogno

Good morning

The time 7:17 a.m. Central Time the date Sunday July 9th 2017 good morning I hope all is well I had just woke up a few hours ago I will be getting ready to fix some hot tea and just maybe watch some television I like to watch a lot of YouTube videos when I have nothing else better to do but if I'm not in the mood to do that I always like to play my Nintendo switch

Monday, July 3, 2017

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