can we see some of your web creations?
08-26-2008 08:44 am tomamil
Yeah, I would like to see them too. I know a graphic designer. Not that that matters I suppose.
08-26-2008 02:51 pm Brook-lynn20
If you want to see some of my work, just click on my website in my profile. ^_^
10-26-2008 02:39 pm Chibi_Neko
Our investigations took us to St Petersburg and the Soviet Submariners Veterans' Society via the National Security Archive in Washington DC, where Svetlana Savranskaya, the director of the Russian archives, told us an incredible story. November 1962 has put our own experiences into perspective - and maybe given rise to a few more grey hairs along the way. There had been a second secret missile crisis that continued the danger of a catastrophic nuclear war until the end of November 1962. This extended the known missile crisis well beyond the weekend of 27-28 October, the time that had always been thought of as the moment the danger finally lifted with the deal between Kennedy and Khrushchev to withdraw the Soviet missiles in exchange for a US promise not to invade Cuba.The secret missile crisis came about through an unnerving mix of Soviet duplicity, American intelligence failures and the mercurial temperament of Fidel Castro. The Cuban leader, cut out of the main negotiations between the superpowers over the fate of the long range Soviet missiles stationed in Cuba, began to cease cooperation with Moscow.
10-19-2012 09:13 pm yoyoyo