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oosik:

steampunkvehicles:

Retired Nautilus in the Disney junkyard.  RIP 20,000 leagues ride… when I was a kid I really believed I went to the bottom of the sea.

I remember this. That pool sat dormant for a while. Then they put small RC boats in it to race. Then it finally went to Nemo. 


I want to buy this!!!!

oosik:

steampunkvehicles:

Retired Nautilus in the Disney junkyard.  RIP 20,000 leagues ride… when I was a kid I really believed I went to the bottom of the sea.

I remember this. That pool sat dormant for a while. Then they put small RC boats in it to race. Then it finally went to Nemo. 

I want to buy this!!!!

chvnce-tha-rap:

afriet:

John F. Kennedy on civil rights

And you wonder why he was shot

A 1%’er propaganda or real sentiment? Well, ‘they’ did kill him…

(Source: afriet)

jessebuckbegley:

Real fucking talk

And this

jessebuckbegley:

Real fucking talk

And this

(Source: jessebuck96)

victran:

Tactical Response HRCC (High Risk Civilian Contractor) CQB course.

oh da operator boner lol

More

d34d3dd13:

Tactical Response High Risk Civilian Contractor

James dropping knowledge.

cerebralzero:

AK pattern magazine guide

Stuff to know

Going to war!

Going to war!

"You’re getting into semantics" lol

berserkerjerk:

whiskey-weather:

it-is-safe:

whiskey-weather:

takesabeating:

freexcitizen:

maxineanwaar:

A 14-year old Yazidi girl carrying an assault rifle to protect her family from IS, formerly ISIS.

Good

Kick ass young lady

Good luck. If they come for you, kill them all.

Strength to you, warrior.

I just want to put this here again, in the hopes that somehow this immortalizes her. Tomorrow, I’ll wake up and have coffee and feed our cats. I’ll have a beer in the afternoon while I wait for the FedEx guy. And I’ll complain on the internet.
But this girl’s future is so uncertain. You can see it on her face. I hope she sees the sun tomorrow. Run fast, shoot straight, keep fighting.

May your hand be steady and your aim be true, young one.

Somebody give that girl more mags and ammo and a rig to carry it.But also consider, she’s is 14 and terrified.

berserkerjerk:

whiskey-weather:

it-is-safe:

whiskey-weather:

takesabeating:

freexcitizen:

maxineanwaar:

A 14-year old Yazidi girl carrying an assault rifle to protect her family from IS, formerly ISIS.

Good

Kick ass young lady

Good luck. If they come for you, kill them all.

Strength to you, warrior.

I just want to put this here again, in the hopes that somehow this immortalizes her. Tomorrow, I’ll wake up and have coffee and feed our cats. I’ll have a beer in the afternoon while I wait for the FedEx guy. And I’ll complain on the internet.

But this girl’s future is so uncertain. You can see it on her face. I hope she sees the sun tomorrow. Run fast, shoot straight, keep fighting.

May your hand be steady and your aim be true, young one.

Somebody give that girl more mags and ammo and a rig to carry it.

But also consider, she’s is 14 and terrified.
misspookamonga:

I’m not sure who the original editor of this particular picture is - I got this from a shared post of a friend on Facebook. In most cases I’d hesitate to post a picture I don’t know where to give credit to, but I think in this case it can be excused, given the severity of the issue at hand.
If you don’t already know, this is the Arabic letter Nun, equivalent to our letter “N.” It’s the first letter of the word “Nasara” or Nazarenes, which refers to Christians as followers of Jesus of Nazareth. ISIS is marking this symbol on buildings owned by Iraqi Christians in Mosul - it is essentially a death sentence. The radical terrorists are forcing people from their homes and systematically murdering anyone who refuses to convert to Islam. According to a recent CNN report, they are even beheading children.
Ignace Joseph III Younan, the Syrian Catholic Patriarch of Antioch apparently said in an interview with Vatican Radio that there are no longer any Christians left in Mosul because of the threat to their lives. Many refugees have fled to Kurdistan, but according to Younan, the Prime Minister of Kurdistan has said it can no longer grant asylum since it appears that the area is already overpopulated with not only Christian refugees but several refugees from other targeted minority groups.
These people need our support.
I don’t care if you’re Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist, Atheist, or what have you - people are being turned out on the streets and brutally tortured and killed. Their places of worship and sacred texts are being mercilessly destroyed. I know just spreading around a picture won’t do much in the grand scheme of things, but we can start somewhere. If you care at all for these victims, if you have any ounce of compassion in you for the members of the human family suffering right now, please reblog this “Nun” symbol to show support and spread the word to those who may still be ignorant of its meaning. If enough people are aware of what’s going on, then there is a greater chance of us pulling together to take real action.
(info from http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2014/07/nun-sign-of-genocide.html and http://news.msn.com/world/video?videoid=2bfdecd8-28d6-bd10-3bdb-9fe0cecfe467#tscptmf)

misspookamonga:

I’m not sure who the original editor of this particular picture is - I got this from a shared post of a friend on Facebook. In most cases I’d hesitate to post a picture I don’t know where to give credit to, but I think in this case it can be excused, given the severity of the issue at hand.

If you don’t already know, this is the Arabic letter Nun, equivalent to our letter “N.” It’s the first letter of the word “Nasara” or Nazarenes, which refers to Christians as followers of Jesus of Nazareth. ISIS is marking this symbol on buildings owned by Iraqi Christians in Mosul - it is essentially a death sentence. The radical terrorists are forcing people from their homes and systematically murdering anyone who refuses to convert to Islam. According to a recent CNN report, they are even beheading children.

Ignace Joseph III Younan, the Syrian Catholic Patriarch of Antioch apparently said in an interview with Vatican Radio that there are no longer any Christians left in Mosul because of the threat to their lives. Many refugees have fled to Kurdistan, but according to Younan, the Prime Minister of Kurdistan has said it can no longer grant asylum since it appears that the area is already overpopulated with not only Christian refugees but several refugees from other targeted minority groups.

These people need our support.

I don’t care if you’re Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist, Atheist, or what have you - people are being turned out on the streets and brutally tortured and killed. Their places of worship and sacred texts are being mercilessly destroyed. I know just spreading around a picture won’t do much in the grand scheme of things, but we can start somewhere. If you care at all for these victims, if you have any ounce of compassion in you for the members of the human family suffering right now, please reblog this “Nun” symbol to show support and spread the word to those who may still be ignorant of its meaning. If enough people are aware of what’s going on, then there is a greater chance of us pulling together to take real action.

(info from http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2014/07/nun-sign-of-genocide.html and http://news.msn.com/world/video?videoid=2bfdecd8-28d6-bd10-3bdb-9fe0cecfe467#tscptmf)