I was on this ship in 1968 looking for a submarine that sank it is 9,000 ft deep and in three parts.
Robert L. Wilson continued these operations until May 1968 when she joined the search for nuclear submarine Scorpion (SSN-589) searching the continental shelf off the coast of Norfolk and then following the Scorpion's track back to her last reported position southwest of the Azores without success. Returning to Norfolk on 13 June, Wilson operated in the Atlantic until steaming on 6 September for a western Pacific deployment.
So sad... If you know or are related to someone who suffers from stupidity. People need to understand that stupidity is real and should be taken seriously. You could be sitting next to a stupid person right now. There is still no known cure for stupidity and sympathy does not help. But we can raise awareness!
This morning I went over to youtube and found some learning videos for my granddaughter some of these stupid people have put videos that use dora, barby, more of the cartoons used to learn and made them unfit for kids to watch even though there is good people out there for the kids, there is still STUPID one's and as stated there is no known cure. As the dictionary points out stupid is the lack of normal intelligence and Ignorant is a lack of education
C. Lynn Hayden
"As a writer it is frequently difficult to constantly maintain one single plot line without there being interuptions.
There are so many more sources out there now that I didn't have access to. My way of overcoming it was just to work on a different
plot line when that one got stuck I would go back to the one I had been working on before, or if I was still stuck I would move on
to another story entirely. Some authors don't believe that writer's block exists, and that it is merely an excuse to be lazy.
however; believe very firmly that it is a true thing. Those who
are lucky enough not to have that problem in their writing are
fortunate but there are million of us that suffer from that
very annoying problem. Each author finds their own way to
block, and I encourage you to try as many
ways as it takes until you find the one that suits you."
~C. Lynn Hayden.
Writing Novels There are several types of writing. Fantasy, Romance, Horror, and so many others. Most authors live in normal everyday
worlds and only enter their imaginary worlds when they are following the progress of their characters.
C. Lynn Hayden is one of the
few authors who not only multitasks her stories, but also often lives in the worlds she creates. The characters are often made up
of people she’s seen and heard. She says "I believe that magic exists in our world.
We just have to look for it."