It’s one reason why they work in pairs.
It would be a shame, though, if “Buzz” Aldrin’s application of rough justice compromises the libel suit.
And, on a related note, is anyone else as disturbed as I am over the amazing lack of attention paid to the 45th anniversary of the first Moon landing?
I was looking down at the ground to see where we were headed. It’s pretty much a farm area, so there’s houses, barns, barbed wire fences, all kinds of things you can hit that it’s going to kill you. I had a brief thought about, “Well, this is my fate, oh well.” You know, the primary thing now is to make sure that at least one of us survives, and that one person that needs to survive is the student. And I figured what I would do is swing my body underneath hers, so that way she would land on me. The last three seconds just as we were spinning in, I told her to raise her legs.
Miraculously, the jump trainer survived.
I don’t think that word means what you think it means.
My father, may his memory be ever blessed, if he had made a list of things every man over 30 should have, would have had just two items: (more…)
There is a serious argument to be made that the Kingdom doesn’t lose men like most churches do because the priesthood gives us an honored and distinct religious role. (more…)
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His Majesty: “Not to worry. The Supreme Court of the United States may be counted on to put an end to such perverse and anachronistic conduct.”