drydockshop:

FURNITURE PROJECTS YOU CAN BUILD | Better Homes and Gardens ©1977

drydockshop:

FURNITURE PROJECTS YOU CAN BUILD | Better Homes and Gardens ©1977

upintoke:

 " I hate to advocate drugs, alcohol, violence, or insanity to anyone, but they’ve always worked for me.” - Hunter S. Thompson 

upintoke:

 I hate to advocate drugs, alcohol, violence, or insanity to anyone, but they’ve always worked for me.” - Hunter SThompson 

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gunsandposes:

A U.S. soldier in Vietnam, 1970/71. Photo by Stephen H. Warner.

gunsandposes:

A U.S. soldier in Vietnam, 1970/71. Photo by Stephen H. Warner.

(Source: gettysburg.cdmhost.com, via h-o-r-n-g-r-y)

victran:

hoppes9:

Auto Ordnance Thompson and a M1 paratrooper carbine

WW2 airborne nostalgic 

victran:

hoppes9:

Auto Ordnance Thompson and a M1 paratrooper carbine

WW2 airborne nostalgic 

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humansofnewyork:

"There are two books in America: one for the poor and one for the rich. The poor person does a crime, and gets 40 years. A rich person gets a slap on the wrist for the same crime. They say that the poor person doesn’t want to work and the poor person just wants a handout. Well I picked cotton until I was thirteen, left Alabama and got my education in the streets of New York. I drove a long distance truck all my life and never once drew welfare, never once took food stamps either. I sent four kids to college. But they say all poor people do is sit around with a quart of beer. Look in this bag next to me. I’ve got three things in this bag next to me: a Red Bull, a Pepsi, and Draino, because my drain is clogged. But you see, even if I do everything right, I still have to play by the poor book.”

humansofnewyork:

"There are two books in America: one for the poor and one for the rich. The poor person does a crime, and gets 40 years. A rich person gets a slap on the wrist for the same crime. They say that the poor person doesn’t want to work and the poor person just wants a handout. Well I picked cotton until I was thirteen, left Alabama and got my education in the streets of New York. I drove a long distance truck all my life and never once drew welfare, never once took food stamps either. I sent four kids to college. But they say all poor people do is sit around with a quart of beer. Look in this bag next to me. I’ve got three things in this bag next to me: a Red Bull, a Pepsi, and Draino, because my drain is clogged. But you see, even if I do everything right, I still have to play by the poor book.”

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45-9mm-5-56mm:

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oldtimefriend:

Ed Clark - Spectators watching a punchball game, NY, 1946

oldtimefriend:

Ed Clark - Spectators watching a punchball game, NY, 1946

(Source: killerbeesting)

learnosaurusrex:

One of 5,000 Colt 1911’s ordered by the Imperial Russian government on September 2, 1916.

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I can’t tell if I like it. How’d I do?

I can’t tell if I like it. How’d I do?