Is that you?
Yeah, but when winter comes...
(I did see "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" in a drive-in, perhaps the only one in a hundred miles...)
Too bad we don't have any big screen cinemas.
Radio is radio. The part I saw concerned sound-powered phones. There may be some overlap there.
That's a misspeak from the preview where they say it's important that the sound powered phone talks relay the information correctly. Civilians...
Triple feature for when I'm horizontal:
Reviews remind me of that old saying, "Those that can't do, teach."
Be sure to get the Center of Military History's Chronology for WWII. Broad details mostly but some very specific info is to be found.
This was back in 1969. We played it when training allowed. It got to the point where they were seeing who would have the next meltdown. I was...
What information do you need? You can start here: 4th Infantry Division (United States) - Wikipedia
Be sure to look at the references at the end...
I give in ratio to the requirements.
Mouse trap rocket launcher.
Why do you think that?
The drum is filled with explosives. Itty bitty bits left after it explodes.
No, it doesn't.
"Jutland" didn't come with a board, we played it on the floor in an empty room.
But there was one alternative for ships, "waterline" models.
And the fact that the Mk VII looks like an oil drum should be taken into consideration, yes?
Why would you think it's a Mk VII?
So what was "Jutland"?
Asking for a friend.