This is the first time I have ever heard anybody that has met with Steven Seagal that has not had anything bad to say about him. Totally different point of view in this video is interesting to see.My friend Jesse Enkamp met Steven Seagal and told me how Steven is in real life and answered other questions I asked about him.
Well, since you askedso... what happened to him?
Jashaun Agosto is not a failure. He was a 2x high school state champion, acquired a full scholarship to #longisland university #liu and played respectable. But with his hype since 10 years old, many were looking for a bit more. No he never made the NBA, but because of his skills he can create a better life for himself or at least become an inspiration for someone else. He's still young and has his entire future in front of him. Wish him nothing but the best along his journey. But I ask, What Happened The BIGGEST PRODIGY EVER? Jashuan Agosto Stunted Growth.
1.5 hours southwest of Anchorage is a town accessed only through a tunnel under a glacier or by sea. A place where almost all of the residents live in one self-contained building with a school, store, church, USPS, and everything it takes to live under one roof.
Over six thousand sailors make up the crew of aircraft carriers living at sea for months. Amenities are available on board to ensure that these sailors are comfortable and highly motivated when handling operations on an aircraft carrier. Some of the amenities you would find on an aircraft carrier include a laundry room that can wash and dry 50,000 pounds of clothing per week, a dry cleaner, a uniform shop, dental and medical offices, a tobacco shop, barber shops, and even a grocery store!
Most American big cities have become more difficult over the last few years due to an increase in crime and homelessness. Some families have decided to leave it all and start anew. Join me as we meet a family from Philadelphia that decided to move to Alaska to start at a new life living off the grid.
Far north of the lower 48 is a special place called Alaska. Here, the Natives tell their stories about growing up in a world removed from roads, learning English as a second language, their perspective of being Native in Alaska, and how they feel about the US. Join me as we learn about another place and people in America that most of us know little about.
I never knew that the Falcons computer was ran by 3 different networked droid AI called the Millennium Collective. Pretty Cool!In every space opera, every space adventure, every Western in the stars, you can guarantee that somewhere in the cast will be a rogue - a smuggler, a pirate - sat behind the wheel of their very own space ship. Often it will be falling apart, often it will have some hidden depths that make it worthy of being a hero ship.
Rescue Buoy (Rettungsboje) were pioneering rescue craft designed to act as floating rescue stations for the lufftwaffe. Soon the British got in on the act, and we explore the two designs and history of these strange craft - and even visit one!
Far from the Alaskan mainland and close to Russia is Saint Lawrence Island, a remote land inhabited by the Siberian Yupik People. Here they still live off of a whale hunt, reindeer, walrus, and halibut (they have one store too). The Natives have successfully managed to retain control of their land and keep it restricted from the rest of America and the outside world. Join me as we meet the locals and learn about the Siberian Yupik people who have endured their harsh climate and retained some of their ways of life for thousands of years.