Well, you don’t even need a bow in order to do it. It’s as simple as holding a longbow with your thumb and forefinger in one hand and your hand behind your back. Just throw the bow with your left arm, right behind your back.
In general, a bow has to be thrown fast for it to be useful. Fast, but in the right direction, not just “fast” in terms of speed. If you shoot the bow in order to “catch” another bow (for example, to take a shot at a deer), it will still be a slower shot than your opponent’s.
The first-ever live performance by the Grateful Dead is scheduled to take place in London by the band on the night of Sunday, April 2, 2015, before their Spring tour of England. As a result, Ticketmaster has decided to remove tickets in two London venues and issue a refund for ticket buyers already set against purchasing tickets to the New Orleans date on April 14.
The dates will now be the venues that are not affected by the sale of tickets for the New York City show on Wednesday April 11. Tickets were previously sold at www.gdtheory.com. Tickets were set to go on sale Friday at 10AM EST. A message about the sale was posted at Ticketmaster.com.
Tickets that were purchased through the site but not shipped to London will be cancelled and refunded. Tickets sent to Paris and Amsterdam will remain valid with no refunds. London ticket holders will not be refunded for tickets issued to Paris ticket holders and Amsterdam ticket holders and may receive no refunds either.
Tickets available in the UK and Ireland will be sent by courier delivery as indicated above in our blog. London fans should note that they will have to submit the confirmation of their reservation at the ticket office within two working days.
A new report published by a top US intelligence organization claimed that the US government has used biological weapons on hundreds of American civilians in Africa since the early 1980s. As the New York Times reported, the report, which was signed by a top US military officer, said that biological warfare was used in the 1980s against civilians in Liberia, Ivory Coast, Sierra Leone and Somalia. The report detailed “a range of human rights violations and deaths” in each of the three countries. Despite this, the United States refused to admit wrongdoing or take steps to curb the weapons use.
According to the report released by the United States African Command, the use of sarin nerve gas