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Random information on the term “Gabby”:

Guy Louis Gabaldon (March 22, 1926 – August 31, 2006) was a United States Marine who, at age 18, captured or persuaded to surrender over 1,300 Japanese soldiers and civilians during the battles for Saipan and Tinian islands in 1944 during World War II. Though Gabaldon was recommended for the Medal of Honor, he received the Silver Star, which was upgraded by the Marine Corps to the Navy Cross in 1960.

In 1960, a friend of Gabaldon’s with Hollywood connections influenced the industry to make a movie about Gabaldon’s version of events on Saipan called Hell to Eternity. He was called ‘Gabby’ by his friends, but he became known as “The Pied Piper of Saipan” for his heroism on that island. In 1964, he unsuccessfully ran for US Congressman in his Southern California district. In 1990, he authored a book entitled, Saipan: Suicide Island.

Gabaldon was born in Los Angeles, California. Gabaldon, who was of Mexican descent, was one of seven children. He was raised in East Los Angeles and, as a ten-year-old, he helped his family by shining shoes on Skid Row. Gabaldon became a member of a multi-ethnic gang known as the “Moe Gang”. At age 12, he moved out of his home to live with the Nakano family, which was of Japanese-American heritage and whom he considered his extended family. He attended language school every day with their children and learned to speak Japanese. He also learned about their customs and culture.


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Random information on the term “Chatty”:

Kerim Chatty (born 15 January 1973) is a Swedish man who was suspected of attempted hijacking of an aircraft in 2002. He was subsequently released from police custody and the preliminary inquiry regarding attempted hijacking was dropped.

Chatty was born in Botkyrka south of Stockholm, to a Tunisian physiotherapist father and a Swedish mother. He had his first encounter with the police in 1991 when he was convicted of illegal driving. He was later convicted for several crimes such as assault, theft, handling stolen goods and drunk driving.He was also devoted to martial arts and Muay Thai, winning a gold medal at a Swedish martial arts championship in 1994.

In September 1996 he was accepted into the North American Institute of Aviation in Conway, South Carolina, where he undertook some flight training courses, but was expelled from the school a few months later for “lack of progress” in the program. Chatty returned to Sweden in 1997 and starred the same year in the Swedish film 9 millimeter alongside several noted Swedish actors. While serving a sentence for firearms possession at the Österåker Prison in 1998, he shared cell with Oussama Kassir, a militant Islamist charged with terrorism who has said that he “loves al-Qaeda and Osama bin Laden”. Kassir said he became close friends with Chatty and was instrumental in his conversion to Islam. According to BBC News he was “believed to have become” a devotee of the Salafi school of Islam. According to BBC, friends and relatives have stated that at the time of the September 11, 2001, attacks he was attending a religious school in Saudi Arabia.

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