Facebook link on left margin New and larger kitchen added in along with 11 4-stroke Yamaha 9. Watching the weather come and go across our lakes never gets old! Another beautiful Tang walleye! Tang is located in a very protected, sandy bay. Large northern are lurking and waiting to attack your lure! A “Cleveland Guy” northern. A beautiful sunset as seen from Tang!
Geek Food: Cannonballs! Pirate Eats for Cold Nights
They can dig it: Meet the other kind of metal heads, who unearth local history They can dig it: Meet the other kind of metal heads, who unearth local history “Nothing compares to actually holding a piece of history in your hands. A book can’t do that. Oct 22, 6:
Disappointed at the arrogant & negative response by India to my call for resumption of the peace dialogue. However, all my life I have come across small men occupying big offices who do not have the vision to see the larger picture.
YMMV “He didn’t die of old age, either. He was poisoned, stabbed, shot, hung, stretched, disemboweled, drawn and quartered. Just before his head died, his last words were ‘Death is but a door. Time is but a window. Eventually, one of them is. There can be several reasons for this: The character is just that tough , and their killers want to make absolutely sure that they go down and stay down. The character is backed by Powers That Be or some other supernatural thing.
The first fatal thing that happens is relatively slow-acting, and knowledge of it leads them to do something drastic. If someone is supernaturally relentless , unstoppable , or Made of Iron , then this is the most reliable way to kill them. Might be done because someone wants to Make Sure He’s Dead. Sometimes the person actually does want to die, but screws it up, so it becomes a Bungled Suicide. Related to though not to be confused with Why Won’t You Die?
You fellas wouldn’t happen ta be invulnerable, too, would’ja? Say if I dropped you from five thousand feet? Sam attempted to help out his family by working in a coal mine after his father had died there inhaling coal dust. Right on his first day, Sam and his father’s friend, Lewis, were trapped in a cave-in. In his panic, Sam manifested his mutant blasting powers which allowed him and Lewis to escape the collapse.
Police and the state police bomb squad were called in to evacuate Wescott’s neighbors and safely detonate the explosive device. Wescott told WFXT that the pound cannonball dated to the Civil War.
Add to Cart Jayce goes on a horrible date and decides to walk. She stumbles on their mud spot and decides to say “fuck it” and go skinny dipping and do cannonballs into the mud! She does a round of three and is loving the plops and splosh so much she wants to get in and stay in to play! She is rubbing the mud all over her body and feeling the breeze up against the wet mud. She bends over to reveal her pussy and ass plopping on top of the mud, hitting her clit and ass, just the right consistency in just the right places!
Jayce then decides her head is way too clean and does her slowest backwards head dunk yet! She basks in the darkness overwhelming her and takes her sweeet sweeet time getting underneath. She gets out, completely coated and turned on by the blackout she just experienced. She rubs the mud all over her body and leans back to show off her pussy, wiping it a little clean only to dunk it back into the mud She bends over some more to “ride” the mud and this really gets her going.
Want to use this map on your web site? Copy and Paste the code below: Exhibits offer information about the course of the excavations; a model of Punic Carthage; Punic and Early Christian antiquities, jewelry, and ornaments; everyday objects; clay masks; little heads in colored glass paste with large staring eyes; funerary stelae; sarcophagi; mosaics; and models of the Tophet and the Capitol built by the Romans on the ruins of Punic Carthage. The museum gardens are an attraction also worth visiting.
It dates from the 15 th Century and has two small stepped lakes at its base, also dating from the 15 th Century, designed as reservoirs for the city’s including the second gate which still has dents from cannonballs fired by the Jaipur army. It’s possible to enter/ exit through another gate at the back of the fort directly into the.
Drawn together geographically and bound by a common heritage, they have a long and remarkably well documented history dating back to the first reliable weather notes which were recorded on 30th August 55 BC. Both Long Eaton and Sawley would obviously have shared in the experience due to their position on the borders of Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. Amid all the devastation, misery and personal tragedy caused by the weather, emerged some humorous stories.
Like the man who, during the thirteen weeks of continuous frost in , built an igloo for his two pigs, complete with all mod cons; and shopkeeper Gary Draper, who was actually selling snow at 50p a box “while stocks last”! People from this region have always known that the weather deteriorates with the arrival of weekends. He concludes that temperatures fall at weekends when the warming effects of fuel burning factories and vehicles taper off.
This fall in temperature is said to be especially noticeable in the Northern Hemisphere. On average, by two hundredths of a degree Celsius. Date Event Nottingham and surrounding districts experienced a frightening earthquake – the first to be recorded in England. The river Trent dried up for several hours. This was followed by a whirlwind which flattened buildings and destroyed the cornfields around Long Eaton and Sawley.
Five or six men were killed by the storm, the hailstones were said to be as much as 15 inches in circumference.
Audiences are good at figuring out which elements of a work are on which side of the Fourth Wall. No explanation is necessary for why our hero can hear a ringing telephone but not the movie’s soundtrack, or why the space ship is menaced by the Negative Space Wedgie , but not by the opening credits drifting by outside the ship: It’s also a wonderful thing to play with, and that is what Medium Awareness does; the characters acknowledge and interact with elements and conventions of the medium that shouldn’t technically “exist” in-universe.
From the Files of Dr. Von Frankenfood: Cannonballs Away! by Dan Green, A Saucey Gent A Saucey Gent indeed! Yarrr! So here in the frozen north, we wouldn’t venture out on to the high seas this time of year, but history tells a very different tale.
Human beings have always dreamed of flying through the clear blue sky — and, in some ways, they’ve succeeded. Parachutes, jet packs , and planes, among many other technological marvels, let us find a way to blaze through the heavens. But human cannonballs take a unique path to the wild blue yonder — an extremely dangerous one.
Human cannonballs are pretty much exactly what they sound like: These daredevil performers pack themselves into the tight confines of huge cannons, which shoot them high into the air. This performance has a long history with roots in old-time circuses, but as you’ll see, no one has mastered the art of becoming a human bullet yet.
It’s certainly not for a lack of trying. People have been tinkering with the cannonball idea since the late 19th century. On June 13, , an Englishman named George Farini patented a so-called “projector,” which was simply a spring-loaded platform he used to flip people into the air at public venues throughout the country. In , a man masquerading as a woman, “Lulu,” was the first person in America to go airborne via Farini’s contraption.
Wrecks that promise to unlock the mystery of Francis Drake’s final resting place
The Great Blood and Nerve Tonic. Civil War medicines like mandrake and quassia chips vie for shelf space with cannonballs and mortars from the same conflict. It’s a mini lesson in Vicksburg history, and history is everything in Vicksburg. Strategically situated atop high bluffs overlooking the Mississippi River, this “Gibraltar of the Confederacy” was the site of one of the great conflicts of the Civil War, and that event colors many aspects of the city today.
Define cannonballs. cannonballs synonyms, cannonballs pronunciation, cannonballs translation, English dictionary definition of cannonballs. also cannon ball n. 1. A round projectile fired from a cannon.
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Download from the link above or read the entire thing online below: If Earth were a giant sphere tilted, wobbling and hurdling through infinite space then truly flat, consistently level surfaces would not exist here. But since Earth is in fact an extended flat plane, this fundamental physical property of fluids finding and remaining level is consistent with experience and common sense.
If Earth were truly a spinning ball then many of these rivers would be impossibly flowing uphill, for example the Mississippi in its miles would have to ascend 11 miles before reaching the Gulf of Mexico. Parts of the West African Congo, according to the supposed inclination and movement of the ball-Earth, would be sometimes running uphill and sometimes down.
This would also be the case for the Parana, Paraguay and other long rivers. This means along a 6 mile channel of standing water, the Earth would dip 6 feet on either end from the central peak. Every time such experiments have been conducted, however, standing water has proven to be perfectly level. Canals, railways, bridges and tunnels for example are always cut and laid horizontally, often over hundreds of miles without any allowance for curvature. No engineer would dream of allowing anything of the kind.
I have projected many miles of railways and many more of canals and the allowance has not even been thought of, much less allowed for. Think of that and then please credit engineers as not being quite such fools.
Thanks to Winter Storms, a New Jersey Beach’s Famous ‘Ghost Tracks’ Have Reappeared
Coquinas dating from the Devonian period through to the much more recent Pleistocene are a common find all over the world, with the depositional requirements to form a coquina being a common thing in many marine facies. History and use[ edit ] Coquina from Florida Close-up of coquina from Florida. Occasionally quarried or mined and used as a building stone in Florida for over years, coquina forms the walls of the Castillo de San Marcos , Saint Augustine.
The stone makes a very good material for forts, particularly those built during the period of heavy cannon use. Because of coquina’s softness, cannonballs would sink into, rather than shatter or puncture, the walls of the Castillo de San Marcos.
CASTING TECHNIQUES OF CANNONBALLS FROM THE AKKO 1 SHIPWRECK: ARCHAEOMETALLURGICAL INVESTIGATION D. Cvikel a, E. D. Mentovich b, D. Ashkenazi c,*, Y. Kahanova aLeon Recanati Institute for Maritime Studies, University of Haifa, Haifa, Israel b School of Chemistry, Tel Aviv University, Ramat Aviv, Israel c Faculty of Engineering, Tel Aviv University, .
Captain Morgan shipwreck found 08 Aug The hero of the Armada died of dysentery in , and his body – in a full suit of armour and lead-lined coffin – is known to have been laid to rest near the ships, which were scuttled shortly afterwards to prevent them falling into Spanish hands. The Sunday Telegraph was granted exclusive access to the mission that is being conducted from the aptly-named Pirate’s Cove by Deeptrek, a British-run subsea exploration company, working for the site’s permit holder, IMDI Eco Olas.
Off a coastline of sheltered bays and malarial jungle, the waters here once teemed with Spanish and British fleets and pirates and privateers, all fighting for a share of plunder from the treasures of the New World. So it is a thrilling sensation to look through a diving mask at what is very probably English oak hammered together in an Elizabethan shipyard in the late s, at the height of the Crown’s battles for maritime supremacy with Spain.
We are just starting to scratch the surface of one of the richest maritime areas for historical shipwrecks in the world. Funding has come from Panama, Australia and America. In a wide-brimmed straw hat, Jay Usher, the company’s Liverpudlian president, powered a speedboat towards the wreck site through the sticky tropical heat last week. We are conducting a scientific research mission under licence to the Panamanian permit-holders and government.
In London, Trevor McEniry, a historical researcher hired by Pat Croce – the former owner of the Philadelphia 76ers basketball team turned pirate enthusiast, had done the initial detective legwork. He trawled through archives, journals and maps to pinpoint a grid to search for the wrecks and the coffin. Tropical diseases had cut a lethal swathe through Drake’s crews in , meaning there was not enough manpower to continue with the full fleet.
So the decision was taken to empty, torch and scuttle two ships just off the coast here. Such was the hatred of the Spanish instilled by Drake that the vessels were meticulously stripped and then destroyed to avoid anything falling into enemy hands. And as Mr Sinclair demonstrated by diving down to the seafloor to rub sediment from the remains, the timber fragments of these newly-charted wrecks are scorched black – in keeping with the how the missing vessels were burned after they were run aground in shallow water.