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End Times Survival Manual

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I have finally got my first book out. So please check it out and tell me what you think!

When a huge part of the people in the world go missing. You hear a lot of crazy theories, But you have the chance to know what to do before the time comes. End time Survival manual reveals how we are in the last days and don’t have much longer before Jesus Christ takes his bride. Which means God’s grace will no longer get you into heaven. So what do you do? When your baby is starving and all you have to do is take a mark?

 

 

 

Available on  amazon and kindle.

 

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Californians hit with unprecedented gasoline price jump

A gas station uses upside-down number 2's as 5's to display prices of gasoline, which has jumped over five dollars a gallon, in Carlsbad, California October 5, 2012. California gas prices rose 17 cents a gallon overnight due to supply disruptions at some refineries and seasonally low inventories, bringing the one-week increase in the Golden State to nearly 36 cents. REUTERS/Mike Blake  (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT ENERGY BUSINESS)(Oct 5, 2012) Californians awoke on Friday to yet another unprecedented spike in the price of gasoline that brought the one-week increase in the Golden State to a whopping 36 cents a gallon.Prices dropped, however, on the wholesale market, possibly signaling the end to a price spike that has blindsided the state’s car-loving consumers.”It’s insane,” said Matt Hurd, 35, as he filled up at a San Francisco gas station near the Bay Bridge. “Especially with this thing,” Hurd, who works in real estate, added, motioning toward his white SUV. “It’s going to cost triple digits to fill it up.”The average retail price of gasoline rose 17 cents to $4.486 on Friday morning. The average price was $4.315 on Thursday and $4.131 a week ago, according to AAA data.”We’re in brand new territory,” said Marie Montgomery, a spokeswoman for the Auto Club of Southern California. “It always seems like just when you’ve seen everything and you can’t be shocked anymore, you are shocked again.”The average price is just 12 cents below the highest recorded statewide price of $4.61, which was reached in June of 2008.