From 1964 to 1973, the U.S. flew 500,000 secret missions and dropped two million tons of bombs on Laos, two tons for every man woman and child in the country, making it the most heavily bombed country in history. Many did not explode on impact and today continue to kill and maim those who find them.
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Check out our newest guest post, as Author Louis Jobin tries to explore the other side of Dublin, Ireland and tries to prove it has more to offer than pubs. Read through to see if he succeeds.
Midlife Road Trip returned from Tuscaloosa, Alabama with photos of the clean-up efforts in the aftermath of the devastating tornado. Click here to view the photo album.
Discovering new and foreign places and cultures can be exhausting. Not only can it be tiring for your mind to take in all the new surroundings, but it can be a lot on your body as well. So, at the end of the day, having a nice, clean, comfortable place to come back to is necessary, and it doesn’t have to break your bank account either. Click here to read more.
While visiting Gettysburg, The Feral Scribe discovers one unlucky civilian.