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Strange happenings began almost immediately: On the same day the graves were buried, Hurricane Donna changed direction and started barreling toward I 4, eventually passing over the graves at midnight. Construction was halted for nearly a month due to damages from the storm. While accounts of static y radios and mysterious balls of light in the Deadzone may be the products of some motorists’ overactive imaginations, statistics don’t lie.
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Director Clay Tweel has joined the roster of Community Films. He signs on fresh off the Sundance debut of his feature length documentary “Gleason,” about NFL vet Steve Gleason and his family’s struggles after he was diagnosed with ALS. A native Virginian, Mr.
While competition with the dictatorships created the first fear, exponential growth in sophisticated weaponry proved the second, reflected in an accelerating arms race both before and after World War II, the radical intensification of warfare during that epochal conflagration, and the capacity to kill on a once unimagined scale. With the global face off between the two great powers after the war, a confrontation exacerbated by the Soviet Union’s acquisition of nuclear weapons and the standoff in the Korean War, it became impossible for the United States to return to isolation or to disarm, as it previously had done after prior large scale military mobilizations. By the early 1950s, America’s military was ten times the size it had been in 1939, creating a new political reality “that could not be solved by a return to the happy days of 1939 or 1919 or 1914.”43.