Statues in San Francisco, honoring the Korean sex slaves (mostly teen girls) by Japan’s military
1. “If the average person knew the state of law enforcement in this country, they couldn’t sleep at night” – from one of my academy instructor’s lectures. Nothing has changed in 28 years. There is a reason why I always carry a gun off-duty and try to talk all of my loved ones into at least owning a firearm.
“La Doncella” — Spanish for “the Maiden” — a 15-year-old girl whose remains were found in 1999 in an icy pit on Llullaillaco volcano, along with a 6-year-old girl and a 7-year-old boy.
Scientists believe the so-called Children of Llullaillaco were sacrificed more than 500 years ago in a ceremony marking the annual corn harvest. Dressed in fine clothes and given corn alcohol to put them to sleep, the victims were then left to die at an elevation of 22,080 feet.
The U.S. M2 flamethrower weighed about 43 pound empty. When fully charged the solider was carrying about 68 pounds of flammable fuel on his back into the battlefield with people desperately trying to shoot him down. If he was lucky a bullet hit him in the chest. If not, and it hit one of the twin fuel tanks, he could die an ugly, painful death.