Christian Bale talking about his daughter
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Sure thing. Seen any good movies lately?
Well I recently watched Dark Knight Rises 3 times in succession. So that was definitely good. How about yourself?
Also, I just realized I somehow am not following you. Could have sworn I was but I was mistaken. Problem solved.
Last one I saw was also Dark Knight Rises, but not 3 times in a row! I really liked it and was pleasantly surprised that Nolan was able to make each sequel better than the last. I want to go see it again this week at some point. I’m looking forward to The Bourne Legacy and I hear The Watch is pretty funny if you’re into that kind of movie.
And welcome aboard! Good to have you here!
I’ll talk back and we’ll be best friends.
Sure thing. Seen any good movies lately?
This just showed up in my inbox for my email.
Did Time Travelers Help The Allies Win World War ll?
New York, NY, July 30, 2012 - Eddie Upnick interviewed Sidney Dowse in a 1995 chance meeting in Antigua. Before the Second World War broke out, Sidney worked in secret operations for Stewart Menzies. Menzies was the head of MI-6 and had daily meetings with Winston Churchill. Sidney related never before told stories to Upnick, under the condition that they would not be revealed until after Sidney Dowse’s death, which occurred in 2008.
Did time travelers help the allies win World War II?
Sound far-fetched? Perhaps. The head of MI-6 during World War Two, Stewart Menzies, claimed to have met two men carrying hand-held, voice-activated devices before Germany invaded Poland. These men “supposedly” broke the German Enigma codes and improved the fledgling English radar systems.
Thirty years of research and several “off the record” interviews compelled author Eddie Upnick to piece this tale together. Time Will Tell (Label Man Books) may read like pure fiction, but Upnick claims thirty facts are hidden inside the walls of this “novel.”
Dowse later became much more famous for the fact that his plane was shot down and he was captured and eventually sent to Sagan, the prison camp portrayed in the 1963 movie ‘The Great Escape.’ Sidney was a tunnel king who escaped along with 75 other men, 50 of whom were shot by the Gestapo.
Did Churchill know the date and time of the Pearl Harbor attack weeks beforehand? Was Neville Chamberlain the fool history has portrayed him to be? How did these time travelers alter history to assure an Allied victory?
Were ancient writings, dating back to 155 million years ago, discovered in North Dakota? What did they tell us?
Upnick also interviewed top level directors at Area 51 to look for second sources for Menzies stories.
These questions and hundreds more are answered in this amazing book. Fact or fiction, let the reader decide.
Time Will Tell is the first in a fast-paced, thrilling trilogy. The sequel, Future Tense, picks up the story twenty years later in 2022 when after Putin’s death, Russia is run by former KGB agents selling nuclear weapons to the highest bidder. Upnick gives a realistic look at what our world could look like in 15 years, under such circumstances.
2052 is the final in the trilogy and ties all three books together in a plot so intriguing it will have readers’ adrenaline flowing at warp speed as the next generation tries to save the world from threats from outer space. This reality-based, science fiction plot thrusts readers deeper into what may be our possible future, leaving them wondering, ‘what if?’
Eddie Upnick was the inventor of Super Chess, one of Games Magazine’s Strategy Games of the Year in 1984. Upnick worked as a joke writer in the 1970’s, working with Rodney Dangerfield among others, and was a situation comedy writer in the 70’s and 80’s before beginning his detailed research for Time Will Tell.
Please visit: www.eddieupnick.com for more information.
I keep hearing Americans (republicans) compare the NHS to communism
apparently it’s evil for a government to ask it’s citizens to pay a small amount of tax to ensure that everyone gets free healthcare, no matter their position in society or their needs.
america u so funny
anything remotely close to socialism = communism didn’t you know that
we are a country revered for our intelligence in all matters
What I especially love is the fact that many of them that are complaining are accepting Social Security benefits, or received Pell Grants when going to school…both of which are considered a form of socialism.
1) I tag by what the topic is on the question.
2) It’s my tumblr and this is how I run it.
3) I might have thought about this more if you had decided to not hide behind the anonymous tag and just manned up when you asked me.
4) Politeness goes a long way. No one else has had a problem up to now.
Oh yeah, I tagged this Ryan Lochte so you would see it.
I just saw the loss to France!! (I’m on the West Coast)
He wears this grill when he accepts his medals. He wore it yesterday. It’s SUPER tacky.
Thank you for being so eloquent and polite!
I can see where you are coming from as well. Maybe he needs to keep up the persona to keep going and not get nervous and who knows, maybe he’ll look back after the Olympics in a few years and just sort of cringe.
The grill was REALLY over the top, and totally turned me off.
That might be.
Yet, every interview I’ve seen of him he comes off very cocky and obnoxious.
I’m only going on the perception that he’s putting out.
So many people are freaking out about how Ryan Lochte is so “hot”, “perfect”, “amazing”, ect., ect., ect.
All I see when I look at him is a pompous ass. He’s every guy in high school that I couldn’t stand.
Maybe he’s a nice guy, but he puts out the worst persona. So into himself and over confident. Bleh. Why do girls always want to be with the jerks??