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Supported formats: JPEG, GIF, PNG, APNG, TIFF, BMP, PDF, XCF Imgur is home to the web's most popular image content, curated in real time by a dedicated community through commenting, voting and sharing. View full resolution Download full resolution View full resolution Download full resolution View full resolution Download full resolution View full resolution Download full resolution View full resolution Download full resolution View full resolution Download full resolution View full resolution Download full resolution View full resolution Download full resolution View full resolution Download full resolution View full resolution Download full resolution. Rick Rescorla. Cyril Richard "Rick" Rescorla (May 27, 1939 – September 11, 2001) was a retired United States Army officer of British birth who served with distinction in Northern Rhodesia as a member of the Northern Rhodesia Police (NRP) and as a soldier in the Vietnam War, where he was a Second Lieutenant in the United States Army.[2] As the director of security for the financial services firm Morgan Stanley at the World Trade Center, Rescorla anticipated both attacks on the towers and implemented evacuation procedures credited with saving many lives.

Rick Rescorla

He died in the aftermath of the attacks of September 11, 2001, while leading evacuees from the South Tower. Early life[edit]


Help Me, Doctor - WireTap - CBC Player. May 18, 2008 | 26:29WireTap Klosterman's Questions Audio WireTap Klosterman's Questions May 18, 2008 | 26:29This week we explore hypothetical questions.

Help Me, Doctor - WireTap - CBC Player

If there was a VCR that could record your dreams but you were only allowed to watch the tapes with a roomful of people—would you still choose to do this? Out of Sight (敲敲) Grave of the Fireflies. Grave of the Fireflies received critical acclaim from film critics.

Grave of the Fireflies

Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times considered it to be one of the best and most powerful war films and, in 2000, included it on his "Great Movies" list.[3] Two live-action remakes of Grave of the Fireflies were made, one in 2005 and one in 2008. Plot[edit] The flashback begins with a fleet of several hundred American B-29 Superfortress bombers flying overhead. Wood For Wood > Vintage Wings of Canada. French author Pierre-Antoine Courable and his Belgian cohort Jean Dewaerheid have brought the force of serious research to the seven decade-old legend of Allied bomber crews hitting fake German airfields with fake British bombs.

Wood For Wood > Vintage Wings of Canada

Now, they are looking for former Commonwealth airmen who might have been party to the shenanigans which have become urban legend. In what could easily be the finest and boldest example of death-defying and cheeky nose-thumbing during the Second World War or any conflict for that matter, bomber and intruder crews of the Royal Air Force and USAAF are reputed to have bombed the Luftwaffe's decoy airfields and dummy aircraft, not with high explosives or incendiaries, but with nothing more than dummy bombs made of wood, and painted with the smug remark “Wood for Wood”... all just to make a point.

Imagine if you will. Just as you finish pushing a massive wooden Ju-87 Stuka tail first into the surrounding forest, you hear the sound of approaching aircraft. Nl6WJ.jpg (JPEG Image, 1200x906 pixels) - Scaled (71. Jeff, One Lonely Guy. Shouts & Murmurs: How I Met My Wife. SHOUTS AND MURMURS about man who describes meeting his wife at a party.

Shouts & Murmurs: How I Met My Wife

Thin Places, Where We Are Jolted Out of Old Ways of Seeing the World. SALLstice comments on (Request) Haggling. Learn all sorts of things that make you stand out in a way that makes people go "that's cool but why do you know that?

SALLstice comments on (Request) Haggling

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Arthur C. Clarke - The Nine Billion Names of God

Kahlil Gibran's The Prophet: Why is it so loved? 12 May 2012Last updated at 00:10 GMT By Shoku Amirani & Stephanie Hegarty BBC World Service Kahlil Gibran is said to be one of the world's bestselling poets, and his life has inspired a play touring the UK and the Middle East.

Kahlil Gibran's The Prophet: Why is it so loved?

But many critics have been lukewarm about his merits. Fiction: The Secret Number, by Igor Teper. 20 November 2000 Dr.

Fiction: The Secret Number, by Igor Teper

Simon Tomlin studied the man sitting across the table from him. Rocking back and forth in his chair, with his shoulders slouching, his eyes darting all around the room, and his upper lip twitching every few seconds, the man conveyed a distinctly squirrel-like impression. Harrison Bergeron. Horizon - Fermat's Last Theorem. Fermat's last Theorem: There is no positive integers x, y, z, and n > 2 such that At the age of ten, browsing through his public library, Andrew Wiles stumbled across the world's greatest mathematical puzzle. Fermat's Last Theorem had baffled mathematicians for over 300 years.

IN EVENT OF MOON DISASTER. On July 18 of 1969, as the world waited anxiously for Apollo 11 to land safely on the surface of the Moon, speechwriter William Safire imagined the worst case scenario as he expertly wrote the following sombre memo to President Nixon's Chief of Staff, H. R. Haldeman. Its contents: a contingency plan, in the form of a speech to be read out by Nixon should astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin become stranded on the Moon, never to return, followed by some brief instructions relating to its broadcast. Luckily for all those involved, the memo was never needed. Transcript follows. Arthurcclarke. In October of 1945, an article titled "Extra-Terrestrial Relays — Can Rocket Stations Give Worldwide Radio Coverage? " was published in Wireless World magazine, in which world-renowned science fiction author Arthur C. Clarke discussed the idea that, in the near future, artificial satellites placed in a geostationary orbit (now sometimes known as a "Clarke Orbit") could be used as repeaters to relay radio signals.

Eleven years later, Clarke wrote the following letter to Andrew G. Haley. In it, he mentions the aforementioned article and then expands on his earlier writings by correctly predicting the future development of both satellite television and GPS. Transcript follows. 7jFHQ.jpg (1851×1881) Scorsese_foreign-film-list.jpg (696×903) The Power of Words. The Most Astounding Fact (Neil DeGrasse Tyson) Dictator. Defcon 18 Pwned By the owner What happens when you steal a hackers computer zoz part. Moran Cerf - Moth GrandSLAM winning story - Theme: Big Breaks. The Moth Presents Steve Burns: Fameishness. Save the Troy Library "Adventures In Reverse Psychology".

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