WEB Notes: The soul meeting the flesh? You decide for yourself.
Middle-aged people laid off and unable to find work are taking another way out. They’re killing themselves.
Department stores need to close hundreds of locations if they want to regain the productivity they had a decade ago, according to new research from Green Street Advisors.
A theme park in Japan is set to introduce 200 robots as members of staff – a move that bosses claim is just the beginning of a technological revolution in the country’s service industry.
Update: The number is now over 1,018,839.
WEB Notes: I remember when AFA ran a boycott of Home Depot years ago. The boycott in numbers was very successful if I recall, but Home Depot kept on until a year or two after. They stopped their support for homosexuality for a short time, long enough for the boycott to stop and then started it right back up again. If the Christian people only knew the power they truly have we could change the world overnight. If we stopped shopping and supporting all of these institutions and placed our Father first and let everyone know we could change the world. Unfortunately, many of these companies are owned by a much bigger company so you would still end up supporting them in another fashion. Do not get me wrong, I am not saying do not support the boycott, we should.
A four-year-old white Labrador called Dayko has been hailed as a hero after rescuing seven people from the aftermath of the Ecuador earthquake – before dying from exhaustion.
WEB Notes: It is official, people have lost their minds. Date a robot? A robot is a machine, a tool something we use to get the job done not something we make a relationship with. With this kind of thinking people will be marrying animals soon and even bringing them into the public bathrooms, because hey, who can to say otherwise? It might offend someone.