68-year old Bob King was at Vestal Baptist Church in Knoxville, Tennessee last Saturday. His wife went inside the church and took the car keys with her.
It was 91 degrees outside that day. King told ABC News that they had trouble with the door of the car since purchasing it. He couldn’t get the door open to get out, and without the keys, he could neither start the car to turn on the air conditioning. King has undergone numerous cancer treatments suffered from two strokes in the past six months. Read the rest of this entry
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A 911 call was made in Gibson County, Illinois, on a November morning in 1995 about a child who had been left under a pine tree at a cemetery…
Police and firefighters rushed to the reported scene, but found nothing.
Local firefighter Charlie Heflin decided to look in a different cemetery.
He didn’t find anything there either, and had already began walking back to his car when he had a hunch to check one more spot.
Heflin told WFIE:
“I heard a little whimper when I got close to the tree. I dug down inside this real huge pine tree and found her.”
The baby girl was on the verge of death, covered in blood and leaves in the freezing weather. Her umbilical cord was still attached.
“I handed her off to the paramedics and I didn’t see her since.”
The child was adopted five days later by Bonnie and Greg…
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“I’ve never seen an alien. Have you ever seen an alien?”
The character, Mick Canales, had lost both of his legs. He believed that he could no longer be a soldier, which was something he had been all of his adult life. He didn’t want to cooperate in physical therapy. He was abrupt and rude. Then something happened. His physical therapist was told to get off the mountain because aliens had landed. The earth was under attack.
“I’ve never seen an alien. Have you ever seen an alien? With that line by Lieutenant Colonel Mick Canales, I realized that the character was returning to the soldier he thought that he could no longer be.
The movie is Battleship. I like science fiction movies and years ago when my son was in junior high, we played the game. I wanted to see the movie without knowing its plot nor who was starring. It had to be my kind of movie.
When the character of Lieutenant Colonel Mick Canales was introduced, I thought it could not be special effects. The actor had to be a real amputee and not just a real amputee, but also a military man. At the end when the credits rolled, I watched for the name of the actor. His real name is Gregory D. Gadson. Well, it’s more than that. He is actually Colonel Gregory D. Gadson. Read the rest of this entry