JOKE. WHILE. BULLETS. FLY. The London Daily Chronicle's correspondent
telegraphs the following from Havre: “'I don't know what has come over the
German riflemen,' an officer said to me to-day, 'but our men have become almost
... they're wrists. time flies fast like a young man running when bullets fly and guns
blast . . . trying to dodge the inevitable all the while still trying to be viewed as
credible in the eyes of the law. honest man of today is the mastermind of
Author: Terrance H Barnes
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Life and its experiences are something that we can all look at and no matter what the experience, relate it to ourselves. Doing this helps us to cope and deal with the things that we have going on in our minds and are unsure what to think about them. A Breath Of Fresh Ayr is a collection of writings and thoughts, my way of expressing my troubles, trials, and tribulations, as well as my triumphs, testaments, and tutelage. Everyone in life loves, has felt love, and has felt the pain from the love once it’s gone. Everyone has lost someone, found someone, lost themselves, and somewhere along the journey, regained their mentality peace by piece. Within these pages are the pieces of mentality, and while I still search for my peace of mind, I hope you enjoy these pieces of it.
There are bullets flying all around. The Ugandan military ... Bullets are hitting
rocks and boulders all around the campsite. The people attacking are ... They
both go behind a boulder for protection while bullets fly by. During the middle of
Author: Thomas D. Turner
Twelve thousand years ago, heroes and antagonists were made. Civilizations were starting to flourish. Within their social structures there was love, honor, and friendship. On the other side of the spectrum, there was also greed, fear, and power. Within the last one hundred years, archeologists and paleontologists unearthed a new world. After the Ice age, archeologists discovered civilizations with architectural buildings and commerce. Paleontologists have proof of animals which were not like we are accustomed to today. They have uncovered giant sloths, mammoths, giant rhinos, and giant elk, all living amongst the civilizations before written history. So far, Atlantis is a legend. In those legends there had to be a leader and hero that brought Atlantis together. The story of Atlandreous unfolds as Duncan, a present day archeologist, visions the beginning of the Atlantean Empire.
She spatfurther andfasterthan anyone I ever saw,one gob after another, ratatattat,
spatterspatspat, each one hitting the ground around our feet, sohard and close
that right away we were dancing and dodging, like youdo when bullets fly at your
Author: Sam Penant
Publisher: Hachette UK
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Dax Daley is no superhero. But then, neither are his other classmates. At least they're not heroes YET - that's what they're being taught at Scragmoor Prime, a school for children with special powers. Dax would much rather explore the creepy chapel outside the school grounds - the one with the eerie painted people on the wall - than try to be a hero. But the chapel walls hide a dark secret... and Dax discovers that Scragmoor's previous criminal inmates aren't quite as dead as he'd hoped.
While. Bullets. Fly. A soldier is badly wounded in a mobile, fast-moving theatre of
war. Without rapid surgery, he will die. There are no helicopters to move him out
to a hospital. This was the problem faced by the military medical authorities in ...
Author: Ian Bruce Robertson
Category: Biography & Autobiography
The Honourable Aleck is the true story of the life and times of Alexander Rocke Robertson and Margaret Bruce Eberts, Aleck's beloved wife 'Maggie'. Born and raised in Chatham, Upper Canada, 'Aleck' Robertson came to British Columbia in 1864 as a young lawyer, and became one of BC's most eminent citizens. Well-known and highly respected in BC's courtrooms, he was also Mayor of Victoria, a member of BC's first provincial Cabinet, and BC's first Canadian-born Supreme Court Judge, all before his untimely death at the age of 40. The combining of the colonies of Vancouver Island and British Columbia, and then confederation with Canada, give a dramatic backdrop to the story. Aleck's passionate correspondence with Maggie throughout their lives, and their warm and loving family life with their many sons in early Victoria, show the human side of those turbulent times in early BC.
... and make the local background and arena curiously effective , as we picture
the flying soldiers crushed by pianos thrown upon their heads , rushing under old
archways or up barricades , while bullets fly through the air , beggars ' brains are
Author: Jared Sparks
Category: American fiction
Vols. 277-230, no. 2 include Stuff and nonsense, v. 5-6, no. 8, Jan. 1929-Aug. 1930.
... as we picture the flying soldiers crushed by pianos thrown upon their heads,
rushing under old archways or up barricades, while bullets fly through the air,
beggars' brains are scattered by bursting shells, roofs are crushed, houses blaze,
While all other animals domesticated by man give something in return, dogs only
give love and loyalty and that is the ... They are generally the first ones to detect
an attempted enemy infiltration or penetration and when the real bullets fly, they ...
Author: SUNITA BALI
Publisher: Prabhat Prakashan
Laughing in the Shadow of Bullets is almost a four decades long ring side as also the grand stand view of the Army Life as seen, heard and experienced by a lady married to an Army Officer—an Infantry Soldier. She recounts and recapitulates various hilarious incidents along with their manifestations and that apart from making you laugh bring to fore the unmistakable spirit to do or die that can be vividly seen only among these men of arms who are always ready to ‘slay or sacrifice’ when the trumpet blows and duty calls. These pages in your hands thus afford you an introduction; a familiarisation to your Army. The narratives are primarily aimed at making you smile and are an attempt to dilute the adverse impact of contemporary interminable assault of tension on our collective life style.
At altitude, we sat on our chicken plates (one inch armor chest plate) so as not to
take a bullet up the ass, a common wound when flying high. Suddenly, Bullet
called me on the intercom and said, “Hey, Chief, you want to fly?” I replied, “You
Author: Jan Hornung
From the jungles of Vietnam to the heavens of Hawaii, across the world from New Zealand to America, and around-the-world flights, you'll fly with pilots, crew members, soldiers, nurses, and adventure seekers. Join Huey 091 in her journey from Vietnam to a backyard wedding decades later. Fly in the battles of wartime helicopter crews. Find out why some people dream of helicopter flight, while others have nightmares of the memories. Laugh at flight follies, admire heroes of the flight line, crash midair into another helicopter, and use in-flight emergency procedures when you hear, "You're on Fire!" More than thirty writers contributed stories, poems, and insights that represent myriad adventures, heartaches, ecstasies, horrors, and wonders that helicopters have to offer. Helicopter history, winged wisdom, and flight facts are scattered throughout the book. Strap in, hang on, and get ready for the flight of your life. "Tower, Spinning Tails ready for takeoff."
I tell my students, Stand in your strength from a place of openness... but none of
us has fallen from the sky, or borne the cheetah marks of urban warfare training,
or stanched a wound while bullets fly. A knot of broadshouldered brothers, they ...
Author: Frances Richey
A "heart-rending"(Anna Quindlen, Newsweek) memoir-in-verse that speaks to a mother's love for her son When Frances Richey's only child, Ben, a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point and a Green Beret, went on the first of his two deployments to Iraq, she began to write the twenty-eight unflinching poems that make up The Warrior. This urgent and intensely personal collection describes the world of those who wait while their loved ones are in combat or perilous situations; it is universal in its expression of the longing, anguish, love, and hope that constitute close relationships.
Then, several weeks later, while on the rifle range, the drill instructor
unceremoniously tore it from his arm and shouted my name ... They don't worry
about feelings, seniority, politics, or popularity because, when bullets fly and
missiles explode, ...
Author: Charles R. Swindoll
Publisher: Tyndale House
Insights on 1 & 2 Timothy, Titus explores Paul’s Pastoral Epistles as a part of the 15-volume Swindoll’s Living Insights New Testament Commentary series. This newly revised and expanded edition draws on Gold Medallion Award–winner Chuck Swindoll’s 50 years of experience with studying and preaching God’s Word. His deep insight, signature easygoing style, and humor bring a warmth and practical accessibility not often found in commentaries. Each volume combines verse-by-verse commentary, charts, maps, photos, key terms, and background articles with practical application. The newly updated volumes now include parallel presentations of the NLT and NASB before each section. This series is a must-have for pastors, teachers, and anyone else who is seeking a deeply practical resource for exploring God’s Word.
We are inside this cage killing each other thaw out the days. raping and taking
everything from our lady's and killing your baby's looking in your vision nigger
you aint invisible learning nothing about your roots while bullets flying through
Author: Darrren Henley
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
One of the realist books I ever wrote. It talks about the Gangs, Killing, from Murders, to Drugs dealers, Secret Society, to a Corrupt Government, to Mothers killing her own child's, to Dad's raping his own seen, to Poverty, not enough Believe, to everything we wake up to in life and the Story of my life, to Children coming up corrupted.
Although a good offense can certainly be an effective tactic, I believe that the best
defense is simply being somewhere else when the bullets fly. If you're not there,
you don't get hurt. That being said, there are certainly times, whether it's a ...
Author: Christopher Duncan
The crucial wisdom-guide to surviving within the programming industry in 2006. Provides raw material for surviving and thinking smart in today's industry. Delivered with the wit and aplomb to make a serious topic entertaining and palatable TE Conquer Master self-defense techniques to shield yourself, your project, and your code from corporate politics, arbitrary management decisions, and marketing-driven deadlines Explains how the individual programmer or project manager can work within the existing system to solve deadline problems and regain control of the development process
I saw General Harrison there , and he was in the hottest of the fight ; and where
balls flew the thickest , and where steel ... While the engagement was hottest and when bullets flew thickest he was to be seen speaking in his ordinary tone and ...
Author: Anthony Banning Norton
Publisher: Mount Vernon, O., A.B. Norton & Company
After a while, the agents turned off the country road onto a dirt road covered with
snow. The car hopped and bumped over the rough surface ... “We'll know when
the first bullets fly past our ears.” An owl hooted somewhere nearby. As silently as
Author: Peter Mennigen
Publisher: BASTEI LÜBBE
Digital Series. Episode 6: Human bones were uncovered by a winter storm on one of Chappaquiddick's beaches. While examining the remains the police found a dozen more buried in the sand. Philippa Decker and Jeremiah Cotton from the FBI's G-Team are on the scene to investigate. They are supported by Dr. Connors, a retired forensic doctor from homicide. For a long time he had been convinced that there is a serial killer active on the island, but no one ever believed him. He asks the two agents to help him find the killer. Just as a blizzard blows over the island, a dramatic showdown takes place ... A new legend is born! COTTON FBI is a remake of a world famous cult series with more than one billion copies sold and appears bi-weekly with a self-contained story in each e-book episode.
“I cannot compare them to anything else than a lot of Bumble Bees flying by only
a great deal faster,” he added. ... a few black berries that grew within arm reach of
me while we were lying on the ground the bullets flying in every direction.
Author: Mark M. Smith
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Historical accounts of major events have almost always relied upon what those who were there witnessed. Nowhere is this truer than in the nerve-shattering chaos of warfare, where sight seems to confer objective truth and acts as the basis of reconstruction. In The Smell of Battle, the Taste of Siege, historian Mark M. Smith considers how all five senses, including sight, shaped the experience of the Civil War and thus its memory, exploring its full sensory impact on everyone from the soldiers on the field to the civilians waiting at home. From the eardrum-shattering barrage of shells announcing the outbreak of war at Fort Sumter; to the stench produced by the corpses lying in the mid-summer sun at Gettysburg; to the siege of Vicksburg, once a center of Southern culinary aesthetics and starved into submission, Smith recreates how Civil War was felt and lived. Relying on first-hand accounts, Smith focuses on specific senses, one for each event, offering a wholly new perspective. At Bull Run, the similarities between the colors of the Union and Confederate uniforms created concern over what later would be called "friendly fire" and helped decide the outcome of the first major battle, simply because no one was quite sure they could believe their eyes. He evokes what it might have felt like to be in the HL Hunley submarine, in which eight men worked cheek by jowl in near-total darkness in a space 48 inches high, 42 inches wide. Often argued to be the first "total war," the Civil War overwhelmed the senses because of its unprecedented nature and scope, rendering sight less reliable and, Smith shows, forcefully engaging the nonvisual senses. Sherman's March was little less than a full-blown assault on Southern sense and sensibility, leaving nothing untouched and no one unaffected. Unique, compelling, and fascinating, The Smell of Battle, The Taste of Siege, offers readers way to experience the Civil War with fresh eyes.
Among the wreckage ammo belts lie scattered while the rear gunner ' s section
came to rest in a cemetery . ... catch a glimpse at one of the bombers caught in
the blinding white columns of search lights while tracer bullets flew to and fro .
Author: Wolf Arnold
Publisher: Biographical Publishing Co.
Category: Germany (East)
Growing up in former East Germany when the Cold War and State-sponsored paranoia were on the rise, life was ¿ when you¿re young ¿ interesting and also fun. However, like many of my friends I sought a better life beyond the borders of the so-called German Democratic Republic. As a well-known Czech writer, who also left his country, once remarked that any authoritarian regime has a comical side to it, which here the reader may find in A missing Page, Between the Sectors, and in Cinema Tickets, which are true stories to the spoken word. In others a literary licence was employed. Wolf Arnold grew up in East and West Germany and came to Canada in the early 1960s. While employed in a non-teaching capacity at the University of Toronto, he wrote and produced videos on art, history and environmental issues. His numerous articles on travel and other subjects have appeared in newspapers and magazines in Canada, the United States, Germany and Australia.
Today, the quiet call of geese overhead had been replaced by the whir of the
trolley flying by every hour, the distant clanging from the iron ... I laughed,
imagining the grandfather I'd never known digging while bullets flew around his
Author: Joy Callaway
The Bronx, 1891. Virginia Loftin, the boldest of four artistic sisters in a family living in genteel poverty, knows what she wants most: to become a celebrated novelist despite her gender, and to marry Charlie, the boy next door and her first love. When Charlie proposes instead to a woman from a wealthy family, Ginny is devastated; shutting out her family, she holes up and turns their story into fiction, obsessively rewriting a better ending. Though she works with newfound intensity, literary success eludes her—until she attends a salon hosted in her brother’s writer friend John Hopper’s Fifth Avenue mansion. Among painters, musicians, actors, and writers, Ginny returns to herself, even blooming under the handsome, enigmatic John’s increasingly romantic attentions. Just as she and her siblings have become swept up in the society, though, Charlie throws himself back into her path, and Ginny learns that the salon’s bright lights may be obscuring some dark shadows. Torn between two worlds that aren’t quite as she’d imagined them, Ginny will realize how high the stakes are for her family, her writing, and her chance at love.
Author: Laura-Louise SlatteryPublish On: 2012-09-26
The crow-dressed thugs pressed on the triggers, firing bullets flying everywhere.
The windows shattered from the force of the bullets while most of them flew at me.
I managed to run across the lab, avoiding them. But, that didn't stop one bullet ...
Author: Laura-Louise Slattery
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Category: Juvenile Fiction
CHEERLEADER BY DAY. SUPERHERO BY NIGHT. When ordinary sixteen-year-old teenager, Sunny Andrews, is forced to move to Saltville in California, after her mothers untimely death, her life changes forever. After receiving mysterious fire powers from an ancient red-coloured rock, she discovers her life will never be the same again. As violent criminals and serial killers take refuge in Saltville, Sunny is driven to use her powers to fight crime. She dons a costume and becomes the crime-fighting acrobatic superhero known as Flame-Girl, abolishing the raging corruption that inhabits the town. When a new super villain arrives, Sunny must trust in all her power and strength to stop him before its too late..
I became aware at an early age about the war and what it is and what could
happen to us if we stayed home when the South army came. Soon, we found
ourselves running away from our house, with bullets flying above our heads, and
Author: Sejla Grahovic
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Category: Biography & Autobiography
I became aware at an early age about the war and what it is and what could happen to us if we stayed home when the South army came. Soon, we found ourselves running away from our house, with bullets fl ying above our heads, and ending up in a refugee camp. From then on, things got complicated and very hard to deal with. Because of Bill Clinton, who was the president of United States at that time, I ended up in America on March 30, 1998, and started a new beginning and a new chapter of my life in a different way. He gave us a chance to live another life and gave us a chance to become something/someone in life, and I will always be thankful to him for bailing me out of that misery.