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Archive for May 20th, 2009

Broken Arrow: The Air Force almost A-bombed Goldsboro, NC

Wednesday, May 20th, 2009

Here are links to two consecutive videos on a lost atomic bomb. By the way, I got a lot of buffering pauses; that could just be me.

Part 1 (2:30): http://www.wral.com/lifestyles/travel/video/5050531/

Part 2 (2:21): http://www.wral.com/lifestyles/travel/video/5059120/

Briefly, a B-52 crashed in 1961 with two atomic bombs on board. One was found. The other one never has been completely recovered. I’d heard everything on the video before except I don’t remember hearing the size of the bombs (megaton range) or how long they looked for the missing bomb. Oh, my dad said that he and one of his cousins went to the crash site to go looking around.

Zombie Story

Wednesday, May 20th, 2009

Well, online I have to say, clinic I got bored and seeing as I enjoy writing fiction, anesthetist I decided to work on the story about zombies in the Revolutionary War, as per a comment somebody made on one of the stories dealing with zombies, I forget which one. If I get good comments on how this is going, I will continue this story, and any constructive criticism is appreciated. And now, without further ado, the result of random boredom.

The sun never sets on the British Empire. That’s what Frank Smith thought to himself, serving his king, putting down rebels in Africa. He and his men were deep in the jungle, shooting the savages that refused to bow to the English. It was then that one of the savages managed to get close and took a bite out of Frank’s hand. He then pulled out a flintlock pistol and shot the disease-ridden bastard in the face, splattering his brains on the trees. The rest of the savages lay dead or dying in the ground.