Tuesday, February 18, 2014
Monday, January 20, 2014
It fires 300 X 30 cal. clips per second, that is 154.5 times faster than a Apache helicopter minigun. Bullets launched by this ghost gun fly at the incredible speed of warp 9.975
It also incorporates 198,237 patents - the most revolutionary of them is the Klingon cloaking device that makes it a ghost at a push of a bullet button. The high rate of fire and the ghost feature makes this gun highly illegal in the Liberal Borg Quadrant of Kalifornia.
Just in case you have no idea what inspired me to build this evil instrument of death: please watch this video:
Wednesday, January 1, 2014
It's been 3 years since I wrote about this movie and promised you that as soon as I will find it subtitled in English I will post it for your viewing pleasure.
Well, that moment is here. My blog readers now have the opportunity to watch a movie that tells the true story of the longest and hardest fought anti-communist armed resistance in history.
This is a movie based on the autobiographic book "Pine Trees Break But Never Bend Down" written by a true Romanian legend: anti-communist partisani fighter Ion Gavrilă Ogoranu (1923-2006)
Born in a Romanian family in the Fagaras County, he studied at Radu Negru high school in Fagaras then enrolled in two colleges: the Agronomy College in Cluj and the Academy of Economic sudies in Brasov. He joined the Romanian Armed Forces in the famed 12th Brigade Mountain Hunters (participating in the on the western front campaign against Nazi Germany). He also enrolled at the Military Academy in Campulung.
Ion Gavrila Ogoranu started his career as an anti-communist fighter while still in college. For a decade he was the leader of the "Fagaras" group of partisan (haiduci) fighters. For his role in the anti communist armed resistance he was sentenced to death (twice) in absentia. However, for 27 years the Securitate (KGB's Romanian counterpart) failed to catch up with him - that alone is a record in itself.
Captured in 1976, he was saved from being put to death by the personal intervention of the American President Richard Nixon.
Enjoy the movie!