Tag Archives: C208

50 Ways I Can’t Kill My Mother

I’ve got this nagging feeling that my mother will outlive me. That is not supposed to happen but genetic inheritance builds some people tougher than others. So when Burning Bright Productions, a TV video production company, contacted me saying they wanted to film … Continue reading

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After Jurassic World: The Age of the Amphibian

Long after the age of the reptiles we still have a unique species of flying amphibians, specifically called amphibian seaplanes, gracing the world’s oceans and skies. One of the toughest, most agile and graceful of this amphibian species is the Cessna … Continue reading

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Seaplanes – Connecting East with West In the Philippines

On the far reaches of the western Pacific Ocean lies the archipelago, composed of 7107 tropical islands, that geographically and politically makes up the Philippine nation. The proximity to the equatorial sun, the warm moist air streaming off the Pacific Ocean … Continue reading

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Chevron Hostage Release

It is difficult to stay optimistic when you step forward ten and slide back seven. I guess you can say we achieved a forward gain of three, but where even the loss of one would be a tragedy having to … Continue reading

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