Juha Salminen
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mistä kehittelen avaimenperän :)

mistä kehittelen avaimenperän :)

Bf 109G-6 Eino Ilmari Juutilainen, Top Finnish Air Force Ace (Hasegawa box art)

Bf 109G-6 Eino Ilmari Juutilainen, Top Finnish Air Force Ace (Hasegawa box art)

Indian Naan bread in less than 5 minutes! 1.5 cups lukewarm water 3/4 tbsp yeast 3 and 1/4 cups of all purpose flour A generous pinch of salt

Indian Naan bread in less than 5 minutes! 1.5 cups lukewarm water 3/4 tbsp yeast 3 and 1/4 cups of all purpose flour A generous pinch of salt

Finland

Finland

MiG-19. Interesting place to park a plane!..?

MiG-19. Interesting place to park a plane!..?

sauna!

sauna!

Here is a blown-up M1 Tank in Iraq. The CBO reports the US lost 80 M1 tanks, 55 Bradley fighting vehicles, 20 Stryker combat vehicles, 20 armored personnel carriers, 250 Humvees, 500 Mine clearing vehicles, heavy/medium trucks, 10 Amphibious Assault Vehicles,109 Helicopters, 18 Aircraft. Awaiting Repair: 500 M1 tanks, 700 Bradleys; 1000 Humvees. We lost 40,000 soldiers dead/wounded, fired 11 billion bullets & used 2 million gallons of fuel every day for 8 years. It cost 4 trillion dollars.

Here is a blown-up M1 Tank in Iraq. The CBO reports the US lost 80 M1 tanks, 55 Bradley fighting vehicles, 20 Stryker combat vehicles, 20 armored personnel carriers, 250 Humvees, 500 Mine clearing vehicles, heavy/medium trucks, 10 Amphibious Assault Vehicles,109 Helicopters, 18 Aircraft. Awaiting Repair: 500 M1 tanks, 700 Bradleys; 1000 Humvees. We lost 40,000 soldiers dead/wounded, fired 11 billion bullets & used 2 million gallons of fuel every day for 8 years. It cost 4 trillion dollars.

During the Second World War , some 70,000 to 80,000 Finnish children were sent from Finland mainly to Sweden and Denmark to avoid the fighting and the bombing. A total of 40,000 to 70,000 children lost one or both parents, but no one knows for sure exactly how many children were evacuated. In retrospect, the evacuation has been considered psychologically flawed, as the separations turned out to inflict a far greater damage on the evacuees than the damage suffered by those ch

During the Second World War , some 70,000 to 80,000 Finnish children were sent from Finland mainly to Sweden and Denmark to avoid the fighting and the bombing. A total of 40,000 to 70,000 children lost one or both parents, but no one knows for sure exactly how many children were evacuated. In retrospect, the evacuation has been considered psychologically flawed, as the separations turned out to inflict a far greater damage on the evacuees than the damage suffered by those ch

Gorgeous!!!

Gorgeous!!!