Thank You Lord!

Thursday, January 15, 2009

155 people need to be on their knees right now, thanking GOD for another glorious day. Bedlam is talking about the US Airways Jet that crashed into Hudson River. See Church things could have been worse here. Looking at the odds that faced these 155 people.

Bedlam here, not writing about chemical, bombs, and all that bullshit Bedlam spout. If you know of Bedlam, you know Bedlam could not let a day like today go by without mentioning the goodness of GOD, and to the 155 passengers, you can truly say, ‘thank you lord’.

Church were talking about a plane that has a typical operating weight of 42.4 t
on (metric) empty, and although the fuselage kept the aircraft afloat, water still entered the cabin, and you know somebody decided that he was not going to let the plane sink.

The plane could have exploded, nope! That didn’t happen. The pilot could have crashed in the city, nope! That didn’t happen. Anything could have happened the this plane and killed every last one of the passengers! But GOD had a different plan today. Church, did you see the video!, the passengers got out the plane and stood on the wings!!! Oh Help Me Now.... while ferries from NY Waterway came to help the passengers to safety.

Do you get what im saying? No one was injured, no one was suffering from hypothermia. Everyone was SAFE and Bedlam is going to add SAVED here. Bedlam sat there watching the screen as divers did a
second check, for the all clear. Bedlam looks at Mrs. Bedlam saying "GOD IS GOOD". Tears rolled down her face, as she smiled as to say ‘Sure Is’.

See church Bedlam pray for things like this to happen every night, Bedlam pray that GOD protect and watch over strangers, Bedlam prays for the homeless, sick, hurt.... and today Bedlam can say that for 155 people, Bedlam’s prayers was answered.

Its Gonna Be BEDLAM, Word Now Spread EM!!

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Carbon Monoxide Poison !

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

CO intoxication also occurs by inhalation of methylene chloride vapors. Carbon monoxide (CO) is a colorless, odorless gas produced by incomplete combustion of carbonaceous material. Natural gas contains no CO, but improperly vented gas water heaters, kerosene space heaters, charcoal grills, hibachis, and Sterno stoves all emit CO. People die accidentally every year from CO poisoning caused by malfunctioning or improperly used fuel-burning appliances.

CO binds to cardiac myoglobin with an even greater affinity than to hemoglobin; the resulting myocardial depression and hypotension exacerbates the tissue hypoxia. An ambient CO level of 100 ppm produces an HbCO of 16% at equilibration, which is enough to produce clinical symptoms. CO reversibly binds hemoglobin, resulting in relative anemia. Because it binds hemoglobin 230-270 times more avidly than oxygen, even small concentrations can result in significant levels of carboxyhemoglobin (HbCO). CO toxicity causes impaired oxygen delivery and utilization at the cellular level. CO has its most profound impact on the brain (brain lipid peroxidation and leukocyte-mediated inflammatory changes) and heart (cardiac metabolism) the highest oxygen requirement.

You can’t see or smell carbon monoxide, but at high levels CO can kill a person in minutes. Know the symptoms of CO poisoning. At moderate levels, you or your family can get severe headaches, become dizzy, mentally confused, nauseated, or faint. You can even die if these levels persist for a long time. Low levels can cause shortness of breath, mild nausea, and mild headaches, and may have longer term effects on your health. Since many of these symptoms are similar to those of the flu, food poisoning, or other illnesses, you may not think that CO poisoning could be the cause.


Seek medical care if symptoms are present . Explain that you think you may have been exposed to carbon monoxide. The doctor may give you oxygen until your symptoms go away and CO levels in your blood drop.

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New Rules On Right-To-Carry In Our National Parks Take Effect Today

Saturday, January 10, 2009

Friday, January 09, 2009: In early December, the U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI), through the National Park Service and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, announced the final amended version of a change to rules on carrying firearms in national parks and wildlife refuges. The change will restore the right of law-abiding gun owners to transport and carry concealed firearms for lawful purposes on most DOI lands, according to the laws of the states in which these public lands are located.

The new rule, which takes effect today, allows Right-to-Carry permit holders to carry concealed firearms in national parks and wildlife refuges in states that recognize their permits. The new rule will also put an end to the patchwork of regulations that governed different lands managed by different federal agencies. In the past, Bureau of Land Management and Forest Service lands allowed the carrying of firearms, while lands managed by DOI did not.


The change was obviously necessary, given the passage of Right-to-Carry laws in so many states over the past two decades. As expected, of course, anti-gun activists are adamantly opposed to the new rule, and are already seeking to block the right of law-abiding citizens to protect themselves and their families while on DOI lands.


Not surprisingly, the first to jump on the "banned" wagon was the anti-gun Brady Campaign, in a lawsuit filed against the DOI in federal court, seeking to have the new rule struck down. The National Parks Conservation Association and the Coalition of National Park Service Retirees have also filed a similar suit.


Brady contends that people have a right to visit parks without fear of permit-holders carrying guns. The contention is ludicrous, of course, since to get to a park requires people to travel through places where permit-holders abound, without posing any threat whatsoever.


Using the same hyperbolic rhetoric and fear-mongering claims that are the mainstay of their anti-Right-to-Carry crusades, the Brady Campaign alleges that Right-to-Carry equals danger and violence, when countless studies and reams of data have repeatedly and consistently proved otherwise. Remember, the new rule will extend only to law-abiding citizens who have met the strict safety and background check requirements necessary to acquire a carry permit, and who are legally allowed to carry in the state in which the park is located.


Rest assured that NRA will do everything within its power to keep this important change on the books.

Copyright 2009, National Rifle Association of America, Institute for Legislative Action.
This may be reproduced. It may not be reproduced for commercial purposes.

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Gaza ?

Saturday, January 3, 2009

Friday 15 June 2007 Hamas took control of Gaza. The Arab League warned of a "disastrous outcome". Hamas won the parliamentary elections and formed a legitimate government. It was a day of major victories for Hamas and its backers in Iran and Syria. There is no doubt about what would happen over the coming months.

While Hamas is in control of Gaza and declaring Islamist rule on Israel's doorstep, the
Palestinian quest for an independent state is on the verge of collapse. Fourteen years after the Oslo accords opened up the prospect of a Palestinian state in the West Bank and Gaza.

December ‘08 Hamas declared an end to a ceasefire with Israel, saying that the truce expiring on Friday will not be renewed.

The development lead to a violent new phase in the long conflict between Israel and Palestinian militants. After more than eight days of Israeli bombing and Hamas rocket launching in Gaza.


The invasion, to no one's surprise, did begin today.
Its Gonna Be BEDLAM !!!

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