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Hurricane Matthew Rock Tunes Turns Friday #HurricaneMatthew#MAGA

Since Hurricane Matthew is Petering out. Yeap, been watching it never made landfall, tropical depressionary. So sorry folks libtads no climate change here.  Watched Hussein Obama come on TV, ‘Never Let a Serious Crisis Go to Waste’.  He looked like he had just woken up from thirsty Thursday.  Hey, the Eye of Sandy passed over my condo.  Yes, I did fall for it. so sorry!  Please Someone wake me up when I can Vote for Donald Trump, The Next President of the United States.#MAGA

Until then, Rock On!

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Tears For Fears, Friday Tunes Turning Butterfly.

It has been a rough stressful week in my life or maybe in the world space in general.  We are into Fall, the last complete season of the year, 2016. My life has been is a constant battle for sustaining life functions. I am comparing it the cycle of the butterfly’s transformation or change in shape, called metamorphosis.

Will there ever be peace for humanity? Miracles occur 24/7! Calling all Angels!

 

 

butterfly-2015

 

 

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Black Friday Tunes.

Going to Spin tonight at 5:30 with Bob.  He always has a great playlist.

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Philadelphia’s First Heat Wave Of 2013, That includes South Jersey too. I reside 10 miles east of the City.  My AC is leaking freon.  So, it is the fan tonight.  Woo is me.  Maybe cruise down the shore, Ship Bottom, Long Beach Island this weekend. It might be cooler down there. But it all depends on which way the wind direction is.

The Old Farmers Almanac

May 29-31: Sunny, hot.

Summer will be slightly warmer and drier than normal, with the hottest periods in mid- to late June, mid- and late July, and mid-August. The strongest threat of a tropical storm will be in early June.

 My Fox Philly Weather

PHILADELPHIA – Day 3 of the heat wave across the region Friday along with unhealthy air quality for sensitive groups. Temperatures this morning start near 70 degrees and warm into the low 90s.
Below: Me in the Logan Circle, Swann Fountain on a previous hot summer day. As a young child, I use to ride the El to Center City with a group of friends and to the Fountain we would cool off.
Music Video: Heat Wave by Martha and the Vandellas
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The Paulsboro, New Jersey freight train derailment and chemical spill of vinyl chloride clean-up in Mantua Creek is delayed by heavy morning fog, December 2, 2012.

The Mantua Creek is a a tributary to the Delaware River. Could it be a threat to Philly’s Drinking Water?

According to National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) chairwoman Debrorah Hersman, the conductor of the train that derailed Friday morning in Paulsboro, first came upon a red light before crossing the bridge.

The American Red Cross is assisting displaced people. Additional residents living within a 12-block radius of the accident scene were moved from their homes as a precautionary measure in the face of residual levels of vinyl chloride, a toxic, colorless and flammable gas that causes irritation, headache, shortness of breath and dizziness. in the air. In extremely high concentrations, the gas can cause death.

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