When Suzie-Q gets that look in her eye, no not that one, and carries it with her throughout the house my gut instinct tells me to run for the hills. And to not come back for at least a month. My instincts were confirmed when, after her walk about, the conversation began in silky tones […]
Have you seen this man? Keep your eyes open. I have it on good authority that over 17000 bounty hunters have been hired to track each and every one of you. Comment here if you believe you are being followed, and we will send out our Anti-Bounty Hunting crew.
Scottie sends us his work on this Michael Joseph Grassie fellow who told Newsweek in a 2007 article about the time he was shot by a student in his classroom that he was in the Beirut barracks bombing (October 23rd, 1983) and earned a Bronze Star Medal and a Purple Heart; Well, as you can […]
Chip sent us a link to a CNN article about this Mark Steven Paffrath fellow who was apparently fired for posting pictures of Federal Protective Services vehicles in the hotel where he worked during the Ferguson thing back in November. During the interview with the Navy veteran, the CNN crews shows this photo of Paffrath […]
I’m a few days late, luckily they weren’t. But The Great Raid on the Cabanatuan POW Camp on the Philippine island of Luzon happened on January 30th, 1945, 70 years ago. The prisoners there had survived the Bataan Death March which began on April 9, 1942 with the surrender of the ill-prepared 60-80,000 US and […]
Nearly two years ago, Charles Richard Jennings, Jr shot his father-in-law, James Evans, in church at their Father’s Day Mass. When the shooting ended, Jennings lit out, but he didn’t know that there were two military careerists in hot pursuit. Marine Master Gunnery Sergeant Alain Reyes and Air Force Master Sergeant Greg Bartel were both […]