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01-18-2010 12:15:45 AM EST
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01-16-2010 11:49:35 PM EST
COME OUT EARLY! DON'T MISS IT!!!
bad boy bubba firstname.lastname@example.org
01-16-2010 11:24:11 PM EST
big up sol radio & the all the ladys aka bad boy bubba from philly love & peace
PHILLY MAJESTIC FYAH
01-16-2010 8:03:26 PM EST
MARLON VIBES NICE AS ALWAYS
01-16-2010 8:02:43 PM EST
VIBEZ WAS SWEET MR.D AND DJ MARLON LARGE UP!
~DARK EMPRESS & ROOSEVELT DI PHILLY GALIS~
01-16-2010 5:10:26 PM EST
BOOM! RIDDIM MASTA YOU ON FIYA 2 DAY!!! WE LOVIN UR SHOW. PHILLY LOVE COMING UR WAY!
01-16-2010 2:09:54 PM EST
great tunes always good showxxxxxxxxxx
PHILLY LIN LIN
01-16-2010 12:50:07 AM EST
GREAT IMPACT TONITE WAS NICE YOU KNOW HOW TO TAKE THINGS AND MAKE IT IN TO A PARTY THE PHILLY CREW INJOY THE VIBES UNTIL NEXT WEEK HAVE A BLESS ONE
PHILLY MAJESTIC FYAH
01-16-2010 12:46:46 AM EST
BLESS UP GREAT IMPACT DONT WATCH NAH FACE.VIBES WERE NICE.
PHILLY MAJESTIC FYAH
01-16-2010 12:46:35 AM EST
01-15-2010 11:18:18 PM EST
GREAT IMPACT- BLESS UP! SORRY IT HAD 2 END EARLY BUT IT WAS GOOD WHILE IT LASTED. RESPECT
01-15-2010 3:33:13 PM EST
GOOD JOB RAS SELAH IT WAS NICE MaY WE ALL PRAY FOR HAITI AND GIVE THANKS FOR ALL WHO MADE IT GOD IS GOOD ALL THE TIME
01-15-2010 12:40:31 AM EST
HAPPY NEW YEAR! TONIGHT WAS GREAT! SELAH YUH LARGE!!!
01-15-2010 12:18:38 AM EST
GIVING THNKS TO LYFE....FIRST AND FOREMOST MY HEARTFELT SYMPATHY GOES OUT TO THE HAITAN COMMUNITY...RAS SELAH MY BRETHREN ONCE AGAIN THE VYBES WAS NYCE TONIGHT!!!!!! EACH 1 TEACH 1.... TRUE SAY!!!!!
01-15-2010 12:16:43 AM EST
...~ God's grace and mercy rest on the people of Haiti. I plead the blood of Jesus on the island of Haiti~~ Once again I enjoyed myself wid the SOLRADIO FAMILY !!
01-14-2010 11:34:14 PM EST
MUSIC RAS SELAH SOLRADIO FAMILY BLESS UP
sexii red 4 life email@example.com
01-14-2010 9:22:32 PM EST
god bless haiti for what happen tuesday god be with them
01-14-2010 11:49:07 AM EST
lets us pray for all that lost their loves ones in haiti
01-13-2010 11:26:32 PM EST
ONE LOVE JAH FIRE~ BLESS UP! MY HEART & PRAYERS GO OUT TO ALL HAITIANS, GOD BLESS US ALL.
01-13-2010 11:20:48 PM EST
loving the vibes and the music much love jyah fyah
SOL'S ADMIN SOLRADIO247@GMAIL.COM
01-13-2010 9:40:06 PM EST
TO ALL IN HAITI, AND THE FAMILIES AFFECTED,PRAY, AND HAVE COURAGE. ISAIAH 41:10 REMINDS YOU NOT TO WORRY BECAUSE, GOD WILL HELP, AND MAKE YOU STRONG.HE WILL SUPPORT YOU WITH HIS RIGHT HAND AND SAVE YOU! HE IS THE LORD OUR GOD, SO DON'T BE AFRAID! YOU ARE IN OUR MINDS, THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS. REMEMBER TROUBLE MAY LURKE AT NIGHT, BUT JOY COMES IN THE MORNING. STAY STRONG, AND KEEP THE FAITH, BLESSINGS ARE ON THE WAY!
HYPEZONE INTERNATIONAL FAMILY firstname.lastname@example.org
01-13-2010 2:56:55 PM EST
God shall wipe all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, nor crying, nether shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away.-Revelation 21:4 The Lord God will wipe all tears from all their faces. -Isaiah 25:8 Blessed are they that mourn, for they shall be comforted. -Matthew 5:4......OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS GO OUT TO THE PEOPLE OF HAITI AND THOSE AFFECTED BY THE EARTHQUAKE..FROM THE WHOLE HYPEZONE INTERNATIONAL FAMILY
01-13-2010 10:59:12 AM EST
Prayers and donations are needed for Haiti. A 7.0 Earthquake has hit Haiti and a serious loss of life is expected. We are asking all members to make a donation to yele.org to help the people of Haiti. No donation is too small.
A major earthquake struck southern Haiti on Tuesday, knocking down buildings and power lines and inflicting what its ambassador to the United States called a catastrophe for the Western Hemisphere's poorest nation.
"The only thing I can do now is pray and hope for the best," the ambassador, Raymond Alcide Joseph, told CNN.
Witnesses reported heavy damage throughout the capital, Port-au-Prince, including to the president's residence and century-old homes nearby, and The Associated Press reported that a hospital collapsed. President Rene Preval is safe, Joseph said, but there was no estimate of the dead and wounded Tuesday evening.
The magnitude 7.0 quake struck about 10 miles (15 kilometers) southwest of Port-au-Prince shortly before 5 p.m. Joseph said one official of his government told him houses had crumbled "on the right side of the street and the left side of the street."
"He said it is a catastrophe of major proportions," Joseph said.
Frank Williams, the Haitian director of the relief agency World Vision International, said the quake left people "pretty much screaming" all around Port-au-Prince. He said the agency's building shook for about 35 seconds, "and portions of things on the building fell off."
"None of our staff were injured, but lots of walls are falling down," Williams said. "Many of our staff have tried to leave, but were unsuccessful because the walls from buildings and private residences are falling into the streets, so that it has pretty much blocked significantly most of the traffic."
Many of the homes in Port-au-Prince are concrete-block structures built on steep hillsides. Mike Godfrey, an American contractor working for the U.S. Agency for International Development, said "a huge plume of dust and smoke rose up over the city" within minutes of the quake -- "a blanket that completely covered the city and obscured it for about 20 minutes until the atmosphere dissipated the dust."
The quake was centered about 6 miles (10 kilometers) underground, according to the USGS. A magnitude 5.9 aftershock followed soon afterward, about 30 miles further west, followed by a 5.5 aftershock closer to the location of the first quake.
When aftershocks hit, "there is a kind of wail as people are very frightened by it," Williams said. "But most people are out in the streets and just kind of looking up."
The Rev. Kesner Ajax, executive director of a school in the southwestern city of Les Cayes, said several people were hurt when they rushed to get out of the building. Two homes in the area collapsed and the top of a church collapsed in a nearby town, he said, but he did not know of any fatalities.
Les Cayes, a city of about 400,000 people, is about 140 miles (225 kilometers) southwest of Port-au-Prince.
Appeals for aid after quake strikes Haiti
Luke Renner, an American staying in Cap-Hatien, a city nearly 100 miles north of Port-au-Prince, said he was sitting at his home when "the whole world started to shake."
"It felt like our whole house was balancing on a beach ball," Renner said. "We heard the whole community screaming and in an uproar during that whole 20- to 30-second window."
"I haven't seen any structural damage here," Renner continued. "With the sun setting it may be difficult to tell. In the morning we'll know for sure."
Because of the earthquake's proximity to the capital, and because the city is densely populated and has poorly constructed housing, "it could cause significant casualties," said Jian Lin, a senior geologist at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Massachusetts.
Haiti's government is backed by a U.N. peacekeeping mission established after the ouster of former President Jean-Bertrand Aristide in 2004. Efforts to contact the U.N. mission were unsuccessful Tuesday evening, but former President Clinton -- now the U.N. special envoy for Haiti -- said the world body was "committed to do whatever we can to assist the people of Haiti in their relief, rebuilding and recovery efforts."
The disaster is the latest to befall Haiti, which has a population of about 9 million people and is the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. Hurricane Gordon killed more than 1,000 people in 1994, while Hurricane Georges killed more than 400 and destroyed the majority of the country's crops in 1998.
In 2004, heavy rains from Hurricane Jeanne -- which passed north of the country -- caused landslides and flooding that killed more than 3,000 people, mostly in the northwestern city of Gonaives. Gonaives was hit heavily again in 2008, when four tropical systems passed through.
A tsunami watch for Haiti, the Dominican Republic and parts of Cuba following the earthquake has been canceled, the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said.
Eighty percent of Haiti's population lives under the poverty line, according to the CIA World Factbook.
PHILLY LIN LIN
01-13-2010 12:09:43 AM EST
DAVID HYPE THE PHILLY CREW WAS SO HYPE TONITE LARGE UP THE VIBES WERE SO SWEETTTTTTTTTT YOU DID A GOOD JOBBBBBBBBBBBBB WOWWWWWWWWWWWWWW HAVE A BLESS NITE