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Veteran American artist Al Williamson died on Sunday June 12th aged 78. He had been working in comics since 1948, and in the course of his long career spent time at virtually every major US comics company and a variety of newspapers, drawing the likes of
Titanic came out in 1997 so there is a new generation of kids who never seen it.... add the 3D novelty and you may have a recipe for another Box Office success!! Look at The Lion King: a movie released in 1994 which was re-released theatrically in 3
I seen this with a friend when it came out. I think me and her was only like 14/15 at the time.So we had to see it with her father.(you had to be 18 and over to see it). I still have it on VHS.LOL I think it be cool to see again.This time i could go with
Most Dynaco followers know that the push-pull output stage with negative feedback on tube amplifiers was developed by D. T. N. Williamson about 1947. Ed Laurent and David Hafler used the basic Williamson output circuit in the creation of the Dynaco Mark I
Harriet Quimbly was an American Socialite, and the first female to receive a U.S. Pilot's License. She was also the first female pilot to cross the English Channel by airplane, flying her Bleriot Monoplane from Dover, England to a landing on a beach near