FBI Raids Real ‘Indiana Jones’ Home

This story was simply too incredible to ignore given my deep affinity for educators and their cinematic rock star – Indiana Jones!

Guerrilla World Press

FBI Raids Real ‘Indiana Jones’ Home

By Marc Lallanilla

A team of law-enforcement officials including FBI agents has swooped down on a rural home in Indiana that houses a bizarre collection of artifacts from around the world.

“I have never seen a collection like this in my life except in some of the largest museums,” Larry Zimmerman, professor of anthropology and museum studies at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, told The Indianapolis Star. Zimmerman added that he is “frankly, overwhelmed.”

The collection belongs to Don Miller, an unassuming, 91-year-old Indiana native who is now being called “the real Indiana Jones” for his lifetime of globetrotting adventures.

Inauspicious beginnings

Born in rural Rush County (roughly 35 miles east of Indianapolis), Miller attended engineering school and joined the U.S. Army Reserve during World War II, at which point his life took a curious turn.

His stint in the Army led Miller to the…

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Election Day in Afghanistan



Anna Coren from CNN reports voters turn out in numbers despite Taliban threats. More than 300,000 observers. 12 million people are eligible to vote. It’s a double election, where voters both have to choose a new president for the country and place their vote for local elections as well.

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Picturehouse Blog

20 feet from stardom picturehouse judith hill

Sam & Simon are joined by singer / song-writer Judith Hill to talk about Oscar-winning documentary 20 FEET FROM STARDOM. The boys also review CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER and MUPPETS MOST WANTED.

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**Update: Despite what Sam says, there was a previous big screen outing for Captain America in 1990. You can watch the trailer here.**

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Noah – The Truth Behind The Cinema Blockbuster

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In the bible, the story of Noah is brief and unembellished.
Noah – a 600 year old vineyard owner – was the only faultless man in a world full of wicked jerks.
God told him to build an ark. Noah complied. And then God killed everyone on earth except Noah, his family, and two of every animal.
Actually, Noah saved more than two of the animals that godly people liked to sacrifice back then. After the flood, Noah sacrificed a few beasts to the Lord. When God smelled the burning flesh, He was so pleased that He softened His heart about humanity’s sins.
According to scripture, every rainbow is a reminder of God’s covenant: His eternal vow to never get get ticked off like that again and murder everyone.
Basically, the story of the flood is all about God. Noah is just a boring old righteous man. The…

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