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... WWII MacArthur was supreme allied commander in the Pacific. When Japan attacked the Phillippines, he had to retreat but also promised that 'I shall return', which he did. He presided over the formal signing of the surrender documents on September 2, 1945, ending WWII. When North Korea attacked South Korea in June 1950, MacArthur again became supreme commander, who managed to avert sure defeat and launch a brilliant counterattack. He ...
... little to do and lots of volunteers but we still did our bit and helped volunteers get snacks and drinks. After our two hour slot was over the weather was so awful that we couldn't face walking back to the apartment with the guarantee of getting soaked so we went upstairs to see Greg who was watching football on the big screen. We sat and chatted with him for a bit. I was surprised to find that Americans are ...
The 'American Indian Pow Wow Festival' , organised by the American Indian Society of Washington, D.C, representing tribes from Alaska to Florida,was held at the Howard County Fairgrounds in the town of West Friendship,MD onJuly 13-14. The event was held indoors at the main hall, (this somehow detracted from the occasion). Featured were vendors of various merchandise; jewellery, pottery, food, moccasins, leather ware. Dancing ...
... to come pouring into my life, washing away the crust of my earthly baggage, and leaving me as metaphorically naked as Noah when he first stepped foot onto the newly grazed earth-soil, still damp and cold. The waters always bring great change.
Therefore it is fitting for the story of my new life to begin with a flood.
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... lunch, which is where we ended up with a sub par meal but at least we had some refuge from the cold. A further 2.5 hour bus ride south took us to the Corning Glass Museum. We saw some glass making demos and managed to buy a few items from the huge gift store, but we had to battle hordes of rude tourists from other tour groups which arrived by the bus load, this place certainly is popular! Back on the bus for another 2.5hrs and a nap ...