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Not exactly new news, but the life you may save could be mine.
Here's one for you flyers looking for a little something to get your heart started. (Navy carrier pilots...never mind)
I imagine Bonk$ may be one of the characters milling around in the street.
Historian David Kiehn with the
Just prior to the start of the Air Force-BYU football game, Sept. 22, 2009, this video was broadcast in the BYU stadium in Provo , Utah . Later, the USAF
The way it should be performed.
Don't know if there are any truckers (not you pickup guys) out there. But if so here's one for you. OK pickup guys, feel free to partake.
Text of an e-mail I got from an old shipmate.
"I take exception to saying that Bernanke, Obama, Reid and Pelosi are spending like drunken sailors.
Maybe some of you know this guy. Hell, maybe you are this guy!
Those under 50 will not remember the great cartoonist Rube Goldberg, but the older folks will. He was famous for his cartoons depicting contraptions like this one to perform simple task. This kind of stuff is now a part of many college curriculums and competitions for physics students and civil engineers. Enjoy.
All is not lost when we have kids like this!
This young man sings the National Anthem prior to a college basketball game.
This is awesome
Is that user counter correct? Seems like a lot of people hanging around here. Or is the counter like the 173 pound vs 173 kilo measurement method seen elsewhere?
Washington, D.C. an old priest lay dying in the hospital. For years he had faithfully served the people of the nation's capital. He motioned for his nurse to come near.
All of you artists and art lovers are in for a treat! This young lady has a lot of talent.
John Coleman was a Chicago based meteorologist and network weatherman for many years. He wasn't a talking head that read the forecast. Coleman actually made the forecast and spent the time on screen telling you why.
Historical Footage: Japanese Surrender Signing Aboard Battleship Missouri Sunday Sept. 2, 1945.
An very important piece of history. Most people have seen still photos of the event but have not seen the newsreel of it.
Oldest B-25 in the world returns to the USA a bit of history!!
A little lengthy, but worth the watch. Hope it's not a harbinger of things to come. To quote the famous Yogi, "Could very well be déjà vu all over again".
AIN'T TECHNOLOGY GRAND!......
Crank those speakers up and enjoy.......
Modern technology is incredible... Elvis looks pretty good after all these Years!!
Although you'll probably never see this, I want to thank the anonymous young guy who found the check book my wife dropped in a local store's parking lot and turned it in to the store clerk.
Don't know if this is a legitimate link or something faked up. Interesting in any event, but the companion articles do seem a bit odd for a Russian paper.
Just got my PTC Update e-mail. Hope it's just a coincidence that the completion date is Feb. 2, 2010.
This guy can certainly tickle the ivories.
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