Captain James W. Barann's Captain's Wife's Record James W. Baranno's captain's wife's record journal was originally created by the Minnesota young woman in the early 1900's. Later her son (James Barano) edited and released it. This book covers a lot of topics, young women in the early 20th century suffer from male work, marital conflict, complaints about her image, eating habits, and daily torture as a woman. Probably the biggest problem of this book is Dorothia's life.
In an interview with the "Hollywood Report", the captain stated that he was forced to resign due to the "threat" conspiracy of drug dealers. THR contributor James Andrew Miller presented details to the captain during the interview. He said that the chief medicine chosen by the captain was cocaine, it was believed he was received for treatment and treatment, and Skipper received contact from his cocaine dealer before resigning from ESPN. Captain said, "They threatened me, I quickly understood that this threat endangers me and my family, and this type of exposure will also endanger my career." It was. Disney 's Chief Executive Officer Bobuiger discussed his decision to resign and situation. In response to further pressure from Miller in the THR interview, Skipper acknowledged that he understood that he basically resigned from ESPN in order to suppress the threat he will bring to the company.
Suddenly there was a fuss in the deck. The captain quickly returned to see what happened. He found a crew standing on a large and strange fish lying on a wooden board. The captain has never seen such a thing. As the captain stopped, the crew was preparing to return the remaining "garbage" fish to the sea because it did not seem very edible. This creature is unusual and may have other value ... he is right. This fish is called a coelacanth and when a scientist on the shore can observe it, they put it in a subclass of Crossopterygii, or "leaf finfish". This organism is well known to paleontologists, but none of the animals in the natural world see fish in the meat, as everyone thought that the coelacanth was extinct in dinosaurs in the late Cretaceous period about 65 million years ago Hmm. .