Friday, November 27, 2009
Friday, October 23, 2009
Of course I got some vids for y'all.
Anybody can take this tag.I don't have time right now to tag some body.:(
I have two vids for y'all.I hope that you enjoy them!
Have a great weekend!
Wednesday, October 21, 2009
Friday, October 16, 2009
I have been awarded again!!!And once again by Zak. Thanks man!
Oh,the first award I got I did not award anybody.:(
So I award 13 people.
8.Jare and Lib
Well I must go.
thanks Zak for the awards!
Friday, October 9, 2009
I GOT A NEW COMPUTER!!!
And I have been awarded for Honest Scrap.
Thank you Zak for the award, and this is my first award!
Well that's that.
And this is my 50Th post!
Now for this 50Th post I would like to say to all my followers thank you
for all your comments and encouragements.It has been a great help to me.:)And that the Lord has let me have this blog for about 2 years.
Thank you all!
Wednesday, October 7, 2009
I have to make this quick but I thank Zak for the award but I will not be able to get to it until a few weeks. Right now I am writing on a emergency computer.
Well I have got to go.
Friday, September 11, 2009
End of post one.
Today is September 11th.
The September 11 attacks (often referred to as September 11th or 9/11) were a series of coordinated suicide attacks by Al-Qaeda upon the United States on September 11, 2001. On that morning, 19 Al-Qaeda terrorists hijacked four commercial passenger jet airliners. The hijackers intentionally crashed two of the airliners into the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York City, killing everyone on board and many others working in the buildings. Both buildings collapsed within two hours, destroying nearby buildings and damaging others. The hijackers crashed a third airliner into the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia, just outside of Washington, D.C. The fourth plane crashed into a field near Shanksville in rural Pennsylvania, after some of its passengers and flight crew attempted to retake control of the plane, which the hijackers had redirected toward Washington, D.C. There were no survivors from any of the flights.
In total 2,993 people, including the hijackers, died in the attacks. The overwhelming majority of casualties were civilians, including nationals of over 90 countries. In addition, the death of at least one person from lung disease was ruled by a medical examiner to be a result of exposure to dust from the World Trade Center's collapse. The United States responded to the attacks by launching a "War on Terrorism", invading Afghanistan to depose the Taliban, who had harbored al-Qaeda terrorists, and enacting the USA PATRIOT Act. Many other countries also strengthened their anti-terrorism legislation and expanded law enforcement powers. Some American stock exchanges stayed closed for the rest of the week following the attack, and posted enormous losses upon reopening, especially in the airline and insurance industries. The destruction of billions of dollars worth of office space caused serious damage to the economy of Lower Manhattan.
The damage to the Pentagon was cleared and repaired within a year, and the Pentagon Memorial was built on the site. The rebuilding process has started on the World Trade Center site. In 2006 a new office tower was completed on the site of 7 World Trade Center. The 1 World Trade Center is currently under construction at the site and at 1,776 ft (541 m) upon completion in 2011, will become one of the tallest buildings in North America. Three more towers were originally expected to be built between 2007 and 2012 on the site.
Will I wish that The attack was a wake up to the U.S. that God is judging this nation. I must be going.Have a great weekend!
P.S A few weeks ago I found this song.It is a tribute to a man in World War 2 hew died for his country.Remember them hew died for US. Please watch this.
Tuesday, August 25, 2009
some where in the United States...it would be Colorado. Well, I know that this is a short post, but I need to get some work done. So I thought I might let y'all know that I would be out of town. Oh and one more thing, leave a comment and tell me if my music is playing.On my computer it is not playing.So please tell me if it is playing.
Tuesday, August 18, 2009
I will tag four people and they will have to post four vids.The tagged ones can post whatever they want.I tag Autumn, A Confederate, Ëarwen, David, and Hudhornet.
Three of them are World War II vids. And one army man.Well I need to go.I hope that God blesses you this week, and I will be back Thursday.
Friday, August 7, 2009
Khreshchatyk, the main street of Kiev, after German bombardment.
The diversion of three quarters of the Axis troops and the majority of their air forces from France and the central Mediterranean to the Eastern Front prompted the United Kingdom to reconsider its grand strategy. In July, the UK and the Soviet Union formed a military alliance against Germany and shortly after jointly invaded Iran to secure the Persian Corridor and Iran's oilfields. In August, the United Kingdom and the United States jointly issued the Atlantic Charter.
By October, when Axis operational objectives in Ukraine and the Baltic region were achieved, with only the sieges of Leningrad and Sevastopol continuing, a major offensive against Moscow had been renewed. After two months of fierce battles, the German army almost reached the outer suburbs of Moscow, where the exhausted troops were forced to suspend their offensive. Despite impressive territorial gains, the Axis campaign had failed to achieve its main objectives: two key cities remained in Soviet hands, the Soviet capability to resist was not broken, and the Soviet Union retained a considerable part of its military potential. The blitzkrieg phase of WWII in Europe had ended.
By early December, freshly mobilized reserves allowed the Soviets to achieve numerical parity with Axis troops. This, as well as intelligence data that established a minimal number of Soviet troops in the East sufficient to prevent any attack by the Japanese Kwantung Army,[ allowed the Soviets to begin a massive counter-offensive that started on December 5 along a 1000 km front and pushed German troops 100–250 km west.
Japanese troops advancing through Kuala Lumpur.
Japan had seized military control of southern Indochina the previous year, partly to increase pressure on China by blocking supply routes, but also to better position Japanese forces in the event of a war with the western powers. Japan, hoping to capitalize on Germany's success in Europe, made several demands, including a steady supply of oil, of the Dutch East Indies; these attempts, however, broke down in June 1941. The United States, United Kingdom and other western governments reacted to the seizure of Indochina with a freeze on Japanese assets, while the United States (which supplied 80% of Japan's oil) responded by placing a complete oil embargo. Thus Japan was essentially forced to choose between abandoning its ambitions in Asia and the prosecution of the war against China, or seizing the natural resources it needed by force; the Japanese military did not consider the former an option, and many officers considered the oil embargo an unspoken declaration of war. Japanese Imperial General Headquarters thus planned to rapidly seize European colonies in Asia to create a large defensive perimeter stretching into the Central Pacific; the Japanese would then be free to exploit the resources of Southeast Asia while exhausting the over-stretched Allies by fighting a defensive war. To prevent American intervention while securing the perimeter it was further planned to neutralize the United States Pacific Fleet from the outset.On December 7 (December 8 in Asian time zones), 1941, Japan attacked British, Dutch and American holdings with near simultaneous offensives against Southeast Asia and the Central Pacific. These included an attack on the American fleet at Pearl Harbor and landings in Thailand and Malaya.These attacks prompted the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, other western Allies and China (already fighting the Second Sino-Japanese War), to formally declare war on Japan. Germany and the other members of the Tripartite Pact responded by declaring war on the United States. In January, the United States, United Kingdom, Soviet Union, China and twenty-two smaller or exiled governments issued the Declaration by United Nations which affirmed the Atlantic Charter The Soviet Union did not adhere to the declaration, maintained a neutrality agreement with Japan and exempted itself from the principle of self-determination.Meanwhile, by the end of April 1942, Japan had almost fully conquered Burma, the Philippines, Malaya, the Dutch East Indies, Singapore, and the key base of Rabaul, inflicting severe losses on Allied troops and taking a large number of prisoners. Japanese forces also achieved naval victories in the South China Sea, Java Sea and Indian Ocean and bombed the Allied naval base at Darwin, Australia. The only real Allied success against Japan was a victory at Changsha in early January, 1942. These easy victories over unprepared opponents left Japan severely overconfident, as well as overextended.
Germany retained the initiative as well. Exploiting dubious American naval command decisions, the German navy ravaged Allied shipping off the American Atlantic coast.Despite considerable losses, European Axis members stopped a major Soviet offensive in Central and Southern Russia, keeping most territorial gains they achieved during the previous year. In North Africa, the Germans launched an offensive in January, pushing the British back to positions at the Gazala Line by early February] followed by a temporary lull in combat which Germany used to prepare for their upcoming offensives.
Thursday, August 6, 2009
Just a few months ago, I let my little sister play Army Men.She loves it! She is a good player and we have had a lot of fun.We have played though all the missions.Well I am very sorry but I need to go,it was a very small post. Oh,and by the way,I will be seeing some of y'all Saturday or Sunday....you will not recognize me.:)
Friday, July 31, 2009
Wednesday, July 29, 2009
Well I hope that you will have a great week!
And I will do my best to post more often.:)
Friday, July 10, 2009
Just this past week my family and I went to the Family Bible Conference.It was great...especially the Nerf battle.:) It was awesome! I wish that I took my camera into battle.If you have never heard or seeing a Nerf battle...you will love it!:D
Just this past Thursday I was doing a Nerf sniper mission at my house. My outfit was so cool, if you were in the woods you could not see me for my uniform...which I am not going to tell.:) Oh, like I said if you have not heard or seeing a Nerf battle, at the bottom of the post is some Nerf videos and pictures that I put up, I think that you will like them.:) at the right, here is a Nerf gun modified that I wish that I could have.:D
Well I must be going.
Wednesday, July 8, 2009
Me and my family have been working for a long time.And I have not been able to post.l:(But what stinks is that I need to get of now.But anyway,it's good to be back!
Oh...I forgot,If you have ever heard of the U.S. Army "Land Warrior system" you will find this fascinating.
Friday, June 19, 2009
Just today as I was doing testing, I thought...what if the Nazis won the war.What if the Japanese took Midway and Pearl Harbor.What if England fell to the Nazis...what if the U.S. was taken.That is why this post is called "What if " For one thing the freedom that we have as Christians...would be gone. I know that this world is in a mess,but thank God that we are not looking up to the Nazi rulers...but it really does seem like we are sinking into socialism.
But we are not under Obama, nor the mighty kings of the earth,But who?Who do we serve? only one...God! And another thought is what if World War 3 broke out? All I can say is that what I am carrying into battle is my Bible, my gun, and my ammo. And the only way that my enemies can take my gun out of my hand is to pry my could dead fingers from the trigger.
The only thing that we need to do in war is to stand firm,prepare,and trust in the Lord and move out!!!
Thursday, June 18, 2009
read this daily for a month.Every time you read it,God will open more and more of it to you." So I did, it was great! I encourage every one of you to read it, it's awesome!
Some time this weekend I and my sister will be doing another short movie called, "Vietnam war: ambushed" Hopefully we can do it tomorrow,but I not sure.But if we do it, try to get to my blog.:)
God be wit you.
Friday, June 12, 2009
So I will not be able to post the videos today.:(
But other than that have a great weekend!
P.S.Thank you Autumn for the tag.:)
P.S.S I tag Calico Zak, Commander Blade,Connor,Earwen.
Saturday, June 6, 2009
Since I was the only "actor", I am wearing a mask when playing the Germans, and don't have a mask when playing the Americans. Also, when playing the Germans, I'm supposedly "speaking German"...which I'm NOT!:)
The battle at the river did not turn out very well...but it was good for a first try.:)
God be with you.
Nathaniel Wallis PFC
Thursday, June 4, 2009
John "Jack" Ross, who was also Australia's oldest man having turned 110 in March, died in his sleep early Wednesday morning at a nursing home in Bendigo in the state of Victoria.
Ross was 18 when he enlisted in the Australian Imperial Force in January 1918 and trained at the wireless training school, but the war ended nine months later and before he could be posted overseas. He was discharged on Christmas Eve that year.
"Mr. Ross showed his willingness to serve Australia and her allies in what was an extremely tumultuous time in our history, and for that we are grateful," said Griffin in a statement.
"While he did not travel overseas, he completed his training, ready for deployment."
Griffin said Ross was the last of 417,000 Australians who served in World War One and one of only a handful of remaining veterans from that war.
Ross served Australia again in World War Two as a member of the Volunteer Defense Corps. As a civilian, he worked for the Victorian railways before retiring in 1964.
"It now falls to Australians everywhere to ensure that veterans memory is kept alive. We must ensure that their contribution to Australia's wartime history is passed on to future generations, so that their sacrifice is never forgotten," said Griffin.
(Reporting by Belinda Goldsmith, Editing by Miral Fahmy)
Well our heroes of the World Wars are quickly fading away. Before all of them slip away we need to talk with them, Lord willing, to listen to their history and the sacrifices they made for us.
God be with you.
Nathaniel Wallis PFC.
Friday, May 29, 2009
The first thing that I want to say is these pictures and Lego figures are not mine...unfortunately.:P These are somebody's Lego Star Wars figures that I do not know. At the bottom are some of mine...but are not as cool.:) When I saw them...I was REALLY tempted to break the Tenth Commandment.:) But now there is no problem.
So here are some.
Enjoy and God bless you.
Nathaniel Wallis PFC
Thursday, May 28, 2009
A few days back you left a comment concerning the content and focus of some of the pictures/music etc. on my blog. I replied sharply to you concerning your comment and I repent before you and God for that. I shall prayerfully consider what you have said, and I thank you greatly for your concern.
God bless you and be with you.
Nathaniel Wallis PFC
Wednesday, May 27, 2009
Well I have had a GREAT time! The Home School Conference was great! The hotel had an awesome swimming pool, we went lots of times to the pool. What is amazing is that nobody was there.:) We had a great time...as always.
The HSC lasted three days. There were great speakers, and heart to heart speeches.
After that we went to Scott Brown's Farm for the Memorial Day picnic. We arrived in Wake Forest on Saturday, and stayed there 'till Monday. We went to Mr Brown's church and he gave a great sermon. Then Monday was awesome! As I was walking to and fro, there was a boy there named Steve. He and some of his friends were selling soft drinks. Then I thought, "why don't I ask him if I can work for him today?" So I came over and asked him if I could help, and he said yes.:D For some reason that made my day great. I enjoy just handing out drinks, taking in the bucks,and putting it into the box. And I hope that next year I can work for him again. Thanks a lot Steve!:) But in the middle of the day rain started to pour down. my friends and I ran under the table...and still got really wet. But other than that the Memorial Day picnic was a God honoring day. Mr Phillips and some of his family were there, along with some World War II veterans, and a police officer from Raleigh was also there with his police dog; a German Shepard. He showed us specialties of the police dogs. Oh, and to the right are Steve and his little brother, and one of his friends. And also I got to see some of my other friends, Silas, the tall one, and his brother John Luke. And I also had my picture taken with Joshua Phillips.
All in all I had a great time!!! :D
Well I must be going.
And it's good to be back to the blogger world.:)
God be with you
Nathaniel Wallis PFC