Du kanske gillar. Spara som favorit. Skickas inom vardagar. Laddas ned direkt. Hardback Large Print. Skickas inom vardagar specialorder. The mine is an impartial killer, and a lethal challenge to any volunteer in the Special Countermeasures of the Royal Navy during the naval battles of the Second World War. And it was brighter. But he did not look at his watch.
He got out of the car and stood beside it, the others watching him, men he did not know. He glanced along the road, seeing the grey light moving down charred timbers, like black glass from the overnight rain: some recent hit-and-run air attack, although there were fewer of those now.
But you could always smell it. The beast , they called it. Run out the line. Bolt for that shelter, just like they taught you. Thanks for the ride.
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And just as quickly, he was alone, as if he had found his way here unaided. He touched his pockets, the little pouch he always carried, and lastly the stethoscope in his jacket. He had walked through a hospital once, and they had thought he was a doctor. The hospital seemed to linger in his mind. On another occasion, probably months ago, he had cut his hand on a wire on his way to an incident, as the boffins termed them, and had gone to a nurse to have it bandaged.
Your hands, your fingers, were the only instruments that really counted in this so private war of man versus machine. He could still remember her curt contempt when she had looked at him and his uniform. Others are in far greater need , or something.
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Tears, not shame but shock. He turned slightly and looked back along the road. In less than an hour it would be a hive of activity, until the next time. He felt his pockets again. He could smell the sea despite the charred timbers, and the smells of oil and machinery. It was never far away. He measured the distance to the gantry he had noted earlier. The sailor named Derek should be safe enough. He ducked past the green bunting and found himself looking down into a cellar. The sappers who had attended the incident, and had thoughtfully started to rig a tarpaulin canopy to keep out the rain, must have got the shock of their lives.
It was still impossible to estimate the skills and dedication of scientists and mechanics who could design a fuse so delicate and yet so strong. As in this case: the beast had dropped from its aircraft and smashed through at least one roof and a reinforced floor into the cellar. And it had not exploded. He could see the tell-tale parachute, sodden and torn, which had dragged after it like a great tail. Now there was only silence, although he knew it would take no more effort than a man tapping his watch to restart it to set the fuse alive. It was a magnetic mine of the deadliest kind.
Dropped into the sea, it could sink a cruiser or overloaded troopship with ease.
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There is no information on this, which makes me think that someone among the writers realized that oops, we need this to drag for a couple of years, making the whole stress over the bad deal pointless to the abrupt suicide, which wasn't abrupt at all? I liked his show for a while, the idea of the show, but it looks like this guy Nash is way over his head.
Did they never talk in those 16 years? It might explain why he gets so triggered at Gary for not appreciating his remission.
I think the actress who plays Regina is absolutely stunning and she lights up the screen during the few surface minutes they give her. That's where you really can't suspend belief. Not knowing about his old apartment or anything. Sure, OK that was over 20 years ago, how would she know he kept it around. However, everything else, just come on! That's too much, especially for a show set in It reminds me on Cheers when Carla found out her husband, Eddie. Had married another person, had twins that were just a year younger than their two twins in the course of the 3 years they were married before they killed off his character.
Where was he getting the money? They were having us believe when he was apparently "working" he would be with them and trying to believe that with Boston being such a BIG place, they never ran into each other. Then to find out at the funeral that he had been keeping all of this secret just rang that everyone was stupid. If nothing else, Delilah was living in the same city.
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Surely, at some point, they drove past the building and he told her he used to live there? Did she never ask him about his college days? I have several friends in this world who could tell you the name of the dorm I lived in in college even though they didn't know me then and I could do the same. As far as John owning the building, he was a real estate guy, I can see Delilah not knowing his holdings, but surely, when they went to the building, she should've realized where they were and why it was important to Jon.
That's probably my main problem with the show. They've pinned so much of the drama on a character who is an emotionless blank for the most part. Delilah seems to drift through life in a daze, passively expecting her husband, her kids, her husband's friends, her husband's assistant to just handle stuff for her. She has got to be one of the least proactive lead characters on a TV show ever.
If she's not crying, she's sitting there with a blank look on her face, waiting for someone to tell her what is happening and handle it for her. The fact that the actress is just not up to the task only makes it worse. If Delilah doesn't care enough to be invested in her own life and the lives of her children, why should I? Before google and internet but not now. You signed things he gave you all the time? She acts more like a mistress than wife. I loved looking at my husbsnds old pictures and memorabilia. This is a major frustration for me with this show. They are trying to tell a story where a person puts together an elaborate and supposedly mapped out plan together, but the person coming up with the story clearly has not put enough thought into it.
I don't think the actors know exactly what is going to happen, but they are usually given talking points for these interviews, so you can assume that anything any of these actors says is really coming from D. Secondly, I would no longer feel like the show is trying to gaslight me on this character. I foresee me dropping out of this show and then reading about it on the internet when the mysteries are answered but by that time I won't care.
Great points. That, and James Roday. Most of the drama revolves around a woman who by all accounts was in a very happily married for over a decade. Then two years ago her husband becomes distant and begins working really long hours and yet still manages to be at the weekly pizza night, coach their daughters softball team, and perform in daddy daughter recitals.
Then around that same time a close friend of that couple suddenly is diagnosed with cancer and the husband is determined to pull the friend through. He goes to every chemo appointment until a year ago when the friend goes into remission. At some point in that two years her emotionally distant husband puts a paper in front of her to sign. Then she begins to plan to leave her husband at the same time her husband plans to kill himself.
How is Delilah not the villain? If Jon felt guilty about something that happened regarding Barabara, he might not share anything about her with Ashley, his employee. I hope not. I get too hungry for dinner at 8 - that's why this lady is a tramp. My European family never ate that late either, but then, we weren't exactly high rent people.
And why did two breakfast plates automatically mean she had a sleepover? Isn't is possible and actually more likely that one of her friends knew she was having a rough time, and feeling lonely because Theo was with Eddie, and came over for breakfast? To me, it's more likely it automatically means a sleepover.
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