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  • Black Shades was a game developed by Wolfire Games, and was one of the winners of the UDevGame 2002 contest, out of about 40 contestants. David Rosen aimed for a much simpler graphical style than in GLFighters and Lugaru in order to complete the game within the deadline.
    men
  • A male worker or employee
  • work force: the force of workers available
  • A male member of a sports team
  • (menage) family: a social unit living together; "he moved his family to Virginia"; "It was a good Christian household"; "I waited until the whole house was asleep"; "the teacher asked how many people made up his home"
  • (a'man) the Israeli military intelligence which produces comprehensive national intelligence briefings for the prime minister and the cabinet
  • An adult human male
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20080803 Burning Man Shade Cover (111) - Me Just Sitting Around
20080803 Burning Man Shade Cover (111) - Me Just Sitting Around
This shows two pieces of our custom made furniture - a chair and end table. Pete made camouflage pillow covers and we matched the paint to the dark fabric cover. Pete wanted a dark color to contrast with the car cover, canvas floor and all of the playa dust. We purchased a 10' x 20' car enclosure from Costco to serve as our shade structure. We'll place our custom built furniture in here as well as a table & chairs for eating, playing cards, etc. We plan to leave one side of it off and position it on the street so we can watch people go by in the shade. I'm sure our neighbors think we are nuts... it took 2 hours to assemble this thing Sunday am. We wanted to become familiar with it and make sure all of the parts were there. We then took it down so the neighbors didn't think we were putting up some sort of an illegal structure in our driveway.
20080803 Burning Man Shade Cover (102) - Pete & Gardner - Which End Is Up
20080803 Burning Man Shade Cover (102) - Pete & Gardner - Which End Is Up
Who's right? We purchased a 10' x 20' car enclosure from Costco to serve as our shade structure. We'll place our custom built furniture in here as well as a table & chairs for eating, playing cards, etc. We plan to leave one side of it off and position it on the street so we can watch people go by in the shade. I'm sure our neighbors think we are nuts... it took 2 hours to assemble this thing Sunday am. We wanted to become familiar with it and make sure all of the parts were there. We then took it down so the neighbors didn't think we were putting up some sort of an illegal structure in our driveway.

men in black shades
men in black shades
SHADE IT BLACK: Death and After in Iraq
In 2008, CBS' Chief Foreign Correspondent, Lara Logan, candidly speculated about the human side of the war in Iraq: "Tell me the last time you saw the body of a dead American soldier. What does that look like? Who in America knows what that looks like? Because I know what that looks like, and I feel responsible for the fact that no one else does..." Logan's query raised some important yet ignored questions: How did the remains of American service men and women get from the dusty roads of Fallujah to the flag-covered coffins at Dover Air Force Base? And what does the gathering of those remains tell us about the nature of modern warfare and about ourselves? These questions are the focus of Jess Goodell's story, Shade it Black: Death and After in Iraq.
Jess enlisted in the Marines immediately after graduating from high school in 2001, and in 2004 she volunteered to serve in the Marine Corps' first officially declared Mortuary Affairs unit in Iraq. Her platoon was tasked with recovering and processing the remains of fallen soldiers.
With sensitivity and insight, Jess describes her job retrieving and examining the remains of fellow soldiers lost in combat in Iraq, and the psychological intricacy of coping with their fates, as well as her own. Death assumed many forms during the war, and the challenge of maintaining one's own humanity could be difficult. Responsible for diagramming the outlines of the fallen, if a part was missing she was instructed to "shade it black." This insightful memoir also describes the difficulties faced by these Marines when they transition from a life characterized by self-sacrifice to a civilian existence marked very often by self-absorption. In sharing with us the story of her own journey, Goodell also helps us to better understand how PTSD affects female veterans. With the assistance of John Hearn, she has written one of the most unique accounts of America's current wars overseas yet seen.
REVIEWS
"Shade It Black is a powerful, direct and honest account of one Marine's experiences in Iraq. It is a story of trauma and struggle, but also of integrity and ultimately growth. For me, the twin themes of trauma and posttraumatic growth in this book recalled Somerset Maugham's classic, The Razor's Edge."-- W. Keith Campbell, Ph.D., Department of Psychology, University of Georgia
"In this absorbing memoir, Iraq veteran Goodell recounts her service, the brutal, sexist culture of the Marine Corps, and her struggle to adapt to the world upon her return from Iraq. . . . Her memoir is a courageous settling of accounts, and a very good read." Publishers Weekly
"A searingly honest account of what it's like to be a female Marine at war working the grim job of collecting the remains of the dead. Jess Goodell, the Marine, and John Hearn, her co-writer, have written this book with beauty, strength and courage. Above all, the book makes us face the truth of how war destroys us, inside and out."-- Helen Benedict, author of The Lonely Soldier: The Private War of Women Serving in Iraq
"...Goodell's verbal images are visceral, as keen as you will find in contemporary combat non fiction. As a student of co author Hearn's in 2006, Goodell never said a word about Iraq or Mortuary Affairs. Fortunately reader, she is talking and writing." Military Times, August 1, 2011

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