Will Eddie be able to save Corky and pull out of his death defying dive in time to save himself? Will silence between Awakened by the Wind and A Distant Call be long enough for Corky to hear Eddie’s call? Will Stan and Charlie think about dressing for the occasion? Why is Eddie’s plane smiling? Tune in tomorrow kids for the exciting conclusion to Death Dive – Salvation from Above.
Bravo on the detail in the cockpit; clearly a space helmet in there! And Susan Ashton...LOL
NEED HELP.Blogger has changed the way pictures are viewed a while back. When I click on the pic above it opens in another window with a black background.The original is larger but I can't seem to increase the size of what is shown.Anyone having the same problem?Anyone know the solution?
Same problem. I just click the "change zoom level" on the right end of the bottom bar. Both Internet Explorer and Firefox have it.
I still have a problem on "Facets of Grace" though. It overfills the screen, and there are no scroll bars to allow me to see what is beyond the edge.
Thanks, I'm using Google Chrome and so far I ain't gots what you got.I may have to cut down on the magazine stories until Google makes some modifications.
I use Firefox. I right click, click on View Image, and then it goes back to normal and I can use the magnifying glass.
And loved the Susan Ashton bit. Corky sounds a bit like my dad.
Problem solved. When I use another browser I don't have a problem with enlargement.
So, do Meghan Smith and Stranger now get to share a $7,000 reward check?
THERE IS NO REWARD I TELLS YA!!...sorry, my caps lock key was stuck.
"He headed straight for them, hoping to make them jump. A few months in the hospital would do them good."Let's see. A hundred yard drop. Accompanied by falling rocks. Not to mention possibly being sliced and diced by an aeroplane propeller. ..Hmmm. Sure, a couple of months in a hospital should cause them to reconsider their homicidal ways.
Just wondering: Does the THUG INDUSTRY have a health benefits plan that includes hospitalization?
Alas, I could have used the scholarship money.