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Sleepless

AKA, meet Krycek! Or, featuring the world’s worst case of insomnia!

I told you Nicholas Lea would be back! I’m sure the creative team was hedging their bets that viewers wouldn’t recognize Lea from the not-quite-10 minutes he had onscreen in “Genderbender”; I wonder if anyone realized it until it came out on video. 286 more words

2 Drops. Chapter 17.

BismillahirRahmanirRahim

April 1970, Kent University, America.

Victor; I walked across the campus lawns with a heavy heart, so engrossed with my mind messing thoughts that I didn’t see the animated face of one of the janitors,an Asian immigrant called Aslam. 1,129 more words

351 Days in Da Nang by Ray Norton

In 351 Days in Da Nang: Memories of a Navy Investigator (CreateSpace, 116 pp.,  $23.75, paper) Ray Norton tells us he never says he “fought in Viet Nam (because I didn’t). 336 more words

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While on vacation, I attended a workshop presented by Mick Caouette of South Hill Films. The workshop consisted of viewing and discussing twp South Hills Films documentaries:

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Wednesday

Apocalypse Now (1979)

 
Written: John Milius & Francis Ford Coppola

Directed: Francis Ford Coppola

Starring: Martin Sheen, Robert Duvall, Marlon Brando, Frederick Forest, Laurence Fishburne, Dennis Hopper

” The horror, the horror…” 809 more words

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CWO4 Robert R Wilson U.S. Coast Guard (Ret) (1965-1989)

View the service memories of US Coast Guardsman:

CWO4 Robert R Wilson

U.S. Coast Guard (Ret)

(1965-1989)

Shadow Box: http://coastguard.togetherweserved.com/bio/CWO4Wilson

(Veterans – record and share your own service story with friends and family by joining… 2,120 more words

Amazing Stories From The Vietnam War

The Secret Place of the Most High by S. T. Simms

The Secret Place of the Most High (Little Miami, 37 pp., $6, paper) is S. T. Simms’ testimony to the power of the 91st Psalm. The mother of Simms’ best friend called his attention to that New Testament psalm shortly before he deployed to Vietnam in 1967. 248 more words

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