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Firefox 1982

Long before Space Cowboys or Sully, Clint Eastwood was flexing his muscles with this high-tech thriller with an aviation rather than web-browser bent. Mitchell Gant (Eastwood) is recruited to infiltrate Soviet Russia and return in the cockpit of the Firefox, a plane so high-tech it responds to the thoughts of the pilot. 95 more words


Remembering The Cold War

On this day in 1989 President George H.W. Bush and Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev declare the COLD WAR OVER. What started as an allied relationship between the U.S. 112 more words

How to Paint Cold War Canadians

After consuming a steady diet of Deucitshland 83′ and the lovely book First Clash by Kenneth Macksey, I decided that it was time to add to my 1/32 Cold War armies with some Canadians. 255 more words


When Fake News Leads to War

Patrick J. Buchanan writes for The American Conservative:

[…] What brings these episodes to mind is the wave of indignation sweeping this capital over “fake news” allegedly created by Vladimir Putin’s old KGB comrades and regurgitated by U.S. 121 more words



On a hill in the distance a building stands, a tribute to strength, power and brutal force. The setting sun gleams off of its bright gilded walls, making it into a tiny thing of beauty like a trinket to be worn. 971 more words


Brilliant Book Titles #67

You can reserve a copy online at South Dublin Libraries’ catalogue here.

21 February 1989. Three men fly into Moscow, representing software giants from Britain, America, and Japan. 139 more words