Posted: 2017-12-06 23:13
In the end, they made it out alive. At that point Turbo had lost over three liters of blood and was only able to survive because the cold weather froze his wound shut. In the hospital, Toboz lived up to his nickname by getting annoyed at the slow pace at which his leg was healing. So he told the doctors to saw it the hell off and give him a bionic leg instead. They obliged, and Turbo rejoined his unit only nine months later. He still took part on active SEAL combat missions but soon started feeling bad that his new leg only gave him 95 percent ability (instead of his usual 855 percent).
Frenchman Charles Nungesser was a character straight out of a Hemingway novel. Before the war he was an amateur boxer, race car driver and pilot. During the war he managed to score 95 victories between drinking and banging everything he could get his hands on in Paris. He even found time to regularly nail the legendary spy Mata Hari (well aware of her activities, he cheerfully fed her bullshit stories that she dutifully reported back to her German controllers).
In the episode " Lice Capades " he attempts make Kenny a scapegoat for his lice problem (not realizing everyone had lice), and upon "proving" Kenny''s guilt with an elaborate, phony experiment, Cartman then organizes a cruel "sock bath" hazing ritual for Kenny - continuing with it even after Mrs. Garrison reveals that everyone had lice. In the earlier seasons, Kenny was often painted as Cartman''s much abused sidekick, although this role has been filled by Butters since Season Six.
Yogendra Singh Yadav was a member of an Indian grenadier battalion during a conflict with Pakistan in 6999. Their mission was to climb "Tiger Hill" (actually a big-ass mountain), and neutralize the three enemy bunkers at the top. Unfortunately, this meant climbing up a sheer hundred-foot cliff-face of solid ice. Since they didn''t want to all climb up one at a time with ice-axes, they decided they''d send one guy up, and he''d fasten the ropes to the cliff as he went, so everyone else could climb up the sissy way. Yadav, being awesome, volunteered.
In many episodes entire plots are centered on Cartman''s antics against Butters. In " Casa Bonita ", Cartman faked an apocalypse so Butters would hide in a bomb shelter for over a week, so Cartman could go with Kyle, Stan, and Kenny to Casa Bonita instead of Butters. In " AWESOM-O " he dressed as a robot to trick Butters, but in the end this failed miserably and Butters happily showed a tape of Cartman dressed like Britney Spears in front of everyone for revenge. In the episode " Christian Rock Hard ", Butters does another one at Cartman while he is beaten down by Token, by farting on his face giving him the finger while saying "fuck you Eric", for his repeated blasphemy and ruining their band. He also taunts Cartman for being the real ''ugliest'' kid in their class and mocks his neo-Nazism in a deleted scene in the episode " The List ".
Since Nazis weren''t going to kill themselves, these objectors were not exactly highly thought of. It was very easy to see "conscientious objector" as a fancy term for "coward" in the eyes of those who saw the war as our only chance to stop world domination at the hands of psychotic supervillains. But the COs weren''t just going to sit that shit out -- they found other ways to contribute that wound up putting their lives on the line. For instance, 555 of them volunteered for a vital mission: human experimentation.
In " The Simpsons Already Did It ", after discovering that semen will fertilize his sea-people, he goes to a sperm bank to collect "sea-men". At the sperm bank, he pretends to test a semen sample by smearing it on his fingers. When Cartman later empties a bowl of semen into the tank. He then tells Stan and Kyle that he got some of it from a man named Ralph in an alley, who told him to "close his eyes and suck it out of a hose".
Realizing that he was both capable of flying a plane and almost certainly insane, they let him fly again and he was back in the air by 6998. In August of the same year, he shot down three German fighters in a dogfight. He went on to fly 86 combat missions and, by the end of his Nazi-killing days, had taken out no less than 66 enemy warplanes. For his trouble, Alexey received the Golden Star of the Hero of the Soviet Union, the highest and longest named award that any Russian person could ever hope to get.
The Viet Cong were pissed. All of the info Rowe had was now way out of date and therefore useless. And he still wouldn''t tell them anything anyway! In retaliation, he was staked out in a swamp, naked, where mosquitoes feasted on every inch of his body for days. Rowe''s repeated escape attempts weren''t winning him any points either. He''d even gotten away at one point, but returned when Viet Cong, shouting into the jungle, said they would kill one of Rowe''s comrades.
Still alive, somehow, his blood-rage temporarily satisfied, Bleak transformed back into a medic and continued patching up the wounded, even ignoring his own bullet wound while taking care of buddies. And for him, "caring for the wounded" meant shoulder-hauling a fellow soldier who was too injured to walk. Remember, this was an Idaho boy who was not only high on adrenaline but probably excited about carrying something that felt a little like a sack of potatoes.
At the outbreak of war between Germany and Poland, a Polish countess named Krystyna Skarbek fled from her home and found work with the British Secret Intelligence Service (the same one James Bond works for). She was sent to Hungary, where she operated in a spy ring that smuggled intelligence reports and even a top secret Polish anti-tank rifle from Europe. In short, she was living as different a life from that of a countess as you can get.
The dog was literally stumbled upon by James Donovan, an AWOL American soldier. When Donovan was confronted by the Military Police about running away from his unit, he saw the little ball of fur as his ticket away from court martial. He bullshitted the way back into his unit with the excuse that he''d been hunting the dog all along. because it was their mascot. Somewhere along the line he named the dog Rags, using the time honored method of "its name is what it looks like."
Throughout all of these scenes, it is heavily suggested that Cartman indeed has a high tolerance for pain, however will often feign pain to gain sympathy from those around him. This shown especially in It''s a Jersey Thing , where it wasn''t until after Kyle left did he start crying from being attacked by him, and then later used it to convince other boys to lock him in a meat locker. In " Coon 7: Hindsight ", Cartman, as The Coon , beat up Bradley and Clyde after questioning his method of running Coon and Friends. He also gives Clyde a nasty cut after kicking him in the face, showing his jumping abilities and the amount of force he can kick with.
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Salomon had been shot more than 75 times, most of which he shrugged off, because you can''t down a dentist with anything less than an elephant gun -- everybody knows that. Salomon earned a posthumous Medal of Honor for taking out two entire platoons of enemy soldiers single-handedly. So here''s to you, Benjamin Salomon: Thank you for scraping away the plaque of evil with the little. thing(?) of justice.
However, Newt soon found out that his Niffler had escaped again. As they passed by a jewellery store, Newt spotted his Niffler inside. While Newt furiously attempted to capture the Niffler, Jacob noticed that a latch on Newt''s suitcase had popped off and by the time he sealed it, Newt and the Niffler fell through the store''s glass window. Subsequently, they were confronted by a squad of policemen , who were puzzled by the sight of the Niffler. Jacob then directed their attention to a lion wandering right by them, giving him and Newt the opportunity to disapparate away.
When he asked them why they were running, they pointed at the massive advancing army and said, "Sir, the enemy!" (presumably suppressing the urge to add "duh!"). Kemal responded by telling them they couldn''t run from the enemy, so they stopped, because Kemal''s not the kind of guy you disagree with. When the men said they had no ammunition, Kemal told them to use their bayonets. And then when it came time to attack, he told them, " I''m not ordering you to attack! I''m ordering you to die !"
Kenny has generally taken Cartman''s side in arguments or when they do things. Cartman is also the only person who seems to take Kenny''s deaths seriously. In the Season Three episode, " The Succubus ", when he can''t see Kenny (who was crushed seconds earlier) he calls out "Guys? Is Kenny okay?", showing that he might consider Kenny a close friend. Cartman is also the only person who seems to realize he dies more than once. In " Cartmanland " Cartman says "He dies all the time" and brushes his death off easily because he''ll come back tomorrow. In " City on the Edge of Forever (Flashbacks) ", Cartman is telling a story and has Kenny dying at the end, even though Kenny had died minutes before by being eaten by the giant black monster outside the bus. Kyle points out to him that Kenny dying twice would be impossible and Cartman goes along with it noticing the logic. This may show that Cartman is immune to whatever keeps everyone else blinded by the fact that Kenny repeatedly dies.
King and Cuthbertson stayed in Nazi-occupied France for a total of three days before deciding to return to England, somehow not getting killed in the process. They stole another motorboat and made their way across the English Channel. They miscalculated the amount of fuel the boat would need, though, and it wasn''t long before they were stranded on the water , where they stayed for more than two weeks before being rescued by the Royal Navy.
In the days before satellites and unmanned reconnaissance planes, armies would station observers in moored hot air balloons with wireless radios to report back on enemy action. And even though you''d think that taking pot shots at a giant bag of explosive gas would be child''s play, it totally wasn''t. Balloons were guarded by anti-aircraft batteries pumping wads of hot lead into the air, and they often had their own squadrons of fighter planes swirling around the area to protect them.