Used Diamond Engagement Rings For Sale
Used diamond engagement rings for sale. Ring guard wrap.
Used Diamond Engagement Rings For Sale
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AUSTIN TEXAS Whitman's equipment
A few minutes before 3:00 a.m., Whitman killed his wife, Kathy, as she slept by stabbing her five times in the chest with a hunting knife.
After writing a few more notes, Whitman placed the following items in a green footlocker:
Channel Master 14 Transistor AM/FM Radio
Robinson Reminder Note Book (blank)
white 3 1/2 gallon water jug (full)
red 3 1/2 gallon plastic gas jug (full)
sales slip from Davis Hardware dated 1 August 1966
four "C" cell flashlight batteries
several lengths of cotton and nylon ropes
plastic Wonda-scope compass
papermate black ball-point pen
one Gun Tector, green rifle scabbard
Nesco machete with green scabbard
green ammunition box with gun cleaning equipment
Gene brand alarm clock
canteen with water
green Sears rifle scabbard
Camallus hunting knife with brown scabbard and whet stone
large Randall knife with bone handle with the name Charles J. Whitman on the blade with brown scabbard and whet stone
large pocket knife with lock blade
10-inch pipe wrench
eye glasses with brown case
box of kitchen matches
12 assorted cans of food and a jar of honey
two cans of Sego
can of charcoal starter
white and green 6-volt flashlight
set of ear plugs
two rolls of white adhesive tape
solid steel bar (1 ft. long)
Army green rubber duffel bag
green extension cord
lengths of clothes line wire and yellow electric wire
bread, sweet rolls, Spam, Planters Peanuts, sandwiches, a box of raisins
plastic bottle of Mennen spray deodorant
[Note that there is a disturbing absence of Excedrin.]
In addition, Charlie packed/bought a .357 Magnum Smith & Wesson revolver, a Galesi-Brescia pistol, a .35 Remington, an sawed-off Sears 12-gauge shotgun, a 6mm Remington bolt-action rifle with a 4-power Leupold scope, and a .30 caliber M-1 Carbine. He also had over 700 rounds of ammunition.
On 1 August 1966, around 11:30 a.m., he entered the University of Texas Tower. Once in the elevator, he asked for help from an attendant, who informed him how to turn it on. "Thank you, ma’am," Whitman said. "You don’t know how happy that makes me."
Once on the 28th floor, he killed the receptionist by hitting her in the back of the head with the butt of his rifle. A couple coming down from the observation deck were mysteriously allowed to pass by Whitman unharmed.
Two other couples were shot at point blank range with the sawed-off shotgun as they climbed up the stairwell.
Whitman then went out onto the observation deck. The time was 11:48. It has often been pointed out that if he hadn’t been delayed by the receptionist, he would have started shooting during peak period of classes changing. The death toll would have been substantially higher. As it was, Whitman lasted for 96 minutes. He killed 16 people, wounded 30.
Houston McCoy, with the help of other officers, gained entrance to the observation deck and shot Whitman twice in the head with 12 gauge loaded with 00 buckshot. As Whitman’s body jerked in death spasms, Officer Ramiro Martinez took the shotgun and fired at Whitman’s upper arm, nearly blowing it off. The time was 1:24 p.m…
What few know is the officers up on the tower trying to take out Whitman were also ducking from bullets due to the fact a few citizens came down there with rifles to exercise their freedom to protect and serve. Remember friends "GUN CONTROL IS WHEN YOU USE BOTH HANDS"
Before Virginia Tech Monday, April 16, 2007 there was University of Texas Aug. 1, 1966
All of my camera gear was stolen!!!
My bag was the Lowepro Vertex 300 AW that I won in the Northwest Exposure photo contest. I had two Nikon D5000 bodies. A Nikkor 18-200mm VR DX zoom lens (which has a chunk missing from the front lens threads from when it blew over up at Mt. Rainier). A Nikkor 10-24mm wide angle lens. A Nikkor 10.5mm fisheye lens. A Nikkor 35mm prime lens. A lensbaby composer. An SB-600 Speedlight. A 77m Singh-Ray Vari-ND filter. A case with a UV filter, an ND filter, and a Circular Polarizer. A Cokin 3-stop Grad ND filter. A cable release. An 8GB sony walkman mp3 player. Extra batteries and memory cards and other misc gear. I also lost a Casio EX-Z1200 that we use for underwater photography as well as a cheap Panasonic Lumix digicam.
They also got my wife’s engagement ring (Victorian era rose gold ring with an Opal and 4 small pearls) and a black and white diamond heart pendant.
If anyone sees any of this shit for sale anywhere please please please send me a Flickr mail.
Thanks so much!