Ben Stein rejoices that neither he nor his father was at Katyn Forest.
Greta Garbo--"I vant to be alone!"--had nothing on this woman.
The federal government needs to hire a few of these folks.
Mr. Redenbaugh sounds like an amazing guy.
Eight months later, and after countless surgeries on his partially working eye, Redenbaugh heard the verdict on his remaining sight as told to his inconsolable mother: “We have done all that we can do. He will be blind for the rest of his life.” What’s amazing is how the patient responded to news that would perhaps cause most to give up. Redenbaugh was relieved.
Believe me, dear readers, I've paid for forgetting this.
Somebody should tell U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell.
This is an incredible story.
He doesn’t remember any of the many, many things that happened next. But in the two and a half weeks since, he’s come to understand this: If a single one of those things “didn’t happen correctly,” he says, “it could have gone differently pretty quickly.”
And John Ogburn would be dead.
He says there are some dangerous animals to content with, but he feels he's safe from terrorists.
Some women react sensibly to the mess that is modern dating.
That is the kind of people who are on watch all over the world tonight—for you.
"I learned that if you are in combat, move to where the action is the hottest," he said. "Spend time with the soldiers being miserable, exhausted and scared. ... Whatever position or branch you are in, find the toughest, most dangerous job in your unit and go do it."
A nice collection of examples of one of the most reliable laws in the universe.