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The 4-game format is okay, but I prefer 8 teams. Too many teams were as worthy as Ohio State.
The reviewer had read the manuscript before it went to the publisher.
At age 82 as of the 24th of June, WWII was a current event for a 9-13 year old boy growing up in San Francisco. Later I became friends with WWII fliers, and at one function in the 1970s I met General Kurz who flew the Swoose Goose, 13 victory PTO ace Jim Brooks and wife “Liltin” Martha Tilton; 24.5 ace Bud Mahurin, ETO and Korea, Robert Roland Stanford Tuck with 30 RAF kills and his good friend Adolf Galland who needs no introduction, and many others.. “Jewish Lucky” Tuck and Galland became buddies — both shot down the other's wingman during the Battle of Britain; Galland hosted Tuck after he was shot down; Tuck helped plan “the Great Escape but was sent to another camp before the breakout; and he became godfather for Galland's son born in 1966. Developer Trammer Crowe end up with Galland's shotguns liberated by a G.I — Galland would have qualified for the 1940 Olympics as a shooter — and Crowe returned them to Galland.
And now atheists in the military want an atheist chaplain. Oxymoron for morons.
If so, Obama will bloviate with assorted uh's and and's and seek a diplomatic solution with they EU while all dither.
If you read The Russian Dagger by Virginia Cowles, you will have a clear understanding of the Crimean War and Russian meddling in the Balkans.
Congratulations and good luck with the marketing.
Perhaps the capsule returned about 10,000 years ago? 😮January 29, 2014 at 3:58 pm in reply to: American history no longer required in "top" liberal arts colleges #29729
And I have seen an article that UCLA requires similar courses for English majors in place of Shakespeare and Chaucer.
The Vikings reached Paris in the 9th century. The mass graves could be the result of a severe earthquake that struck the Carolingian empire in 823 and shook the palace. Elsewhere entire villages and lakes disappeared and rivers had their courses altered. Also the 820s was a period of strange weather and phenomena such as huge chunks of ice as much as 15X4' in size falling in what is today France — suggesting perhaps a volcanic eruption in Iceland. The Thames froze one winter, and the Nile another.
One of the most dramatic events of the late 19th century in Africa was the Fashoda Crisis that almost led to war between France and Great Britain yet ultimely led to the entente. I have encounter only a rare few who know what it was.
Yes, he's the one.
Two I remember that made a contemporary impact was a photo of a Chinese baby crying in the rubble and another of a Frenchman weeping as Nazi troops marched by. According to some sources on WWII propaganda, the baby was placed there by the photographer, and the Frenchman was a fascist weeping for joy.
I sit corrected. Twilight Zone it was. To Serve Man appeared first as a short story in Galaxy Science Fiction.
The original Outer Limits. Has anyone here seen To Serve Mankind?