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For example, gunshots are low-volume "pows" and not huge explosions enhanced by special effects.
I was in the kitchen doing some dishes after supper and I heard these two 'pows,' and I thought it was fireworks.
ME Active and is good excercise that is good for my conditions according to my doctor. so remember i bwas told thes people on our ship were pows, we then had search and rescue partys that did pull downed pilots from the gulf of tonkin, i was there. i know what i saw
Marshall faces jail for embezzlement, illegal payments phony pows, allen breed, fake veterans, pow investigation, frauds in the military, bogus POWS, fake military, too many pows, wannabees
A legal blackhole where you call them pows when that applies to what you want and arbitrarily change that to crimial when THAT is what applies and yet you dont have to treat them as POWs or ESTABLISH they are guilty of a crime.
There are many vets and pows .... unfortunately you never hear much about them
I actually thought that mcbush had a couple of pows that he was in the camp with affiliated with the campaign or ready to talk about it or something like that.
Big pows to the psyche that they have not time to explain.
I hope that you can address the documentation on far east prisoners of war studies of allied pows by Japan and prolonged neurological disorders.
Bright and sharp, accented with mini ka-pows of black pepper, it pairs so well with red wine, eating it without may leave you with a distinct Chianti-tinged longing.