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unexplained-events:

Bare footprints in an abandoned nuclear reactor. 
The stride of the footprints just adds onto the already creepy factor

unexplained-events:

Bare footprints in an abandoned nuclear reactor. 

The stride of the footprints just adds onto the already creepy factor

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I’m not a role model. I’m a role villain.

(Source: gamersdaily, via officialodyssey)

Link & Zelda  +  Costumes

(Source: always-picks-rouge, via officialodyssey)

jeepbeef:

Its @britttyu #Jeepher #jeep

jeepbeef:

Its @britttyu #Jeepher #jeep

thrithwig:

king-of-the-casuals:

I’m just gonna let the world figure this out

thrithwig:

king-of-the-casuals:

I’m just gonna let the world figure this out

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rapid-heart:

is prostitution a noble profession?

rapid-heart:

is prostitution a noble profession?

(Source: pixiv.net)

teuf-spyder:

I found this story on the innert00bs while harvesting 1911 porn - what an amazing piece of Marine Corps history!

A WW2 Marine’s 1911 from Iwo Jima:

One of the older technicians at work was telling me a story today about a pistol that was in his in laws family.

He tells me that his wifes late father, who was a marine in the battle of Iwo Jima, had brought back his pistol from the war. I’m thinking, ok must be a nice old 1911 model, one that has probably seen more than a few soldiers hands. then comes the rest of the story.

Turns out that the guy’s father in law, had a camera with him in his sack, and had taken some pictures of when they raised the flag on Mt. Suribachi. He submitted his photo, but it was not chosen as the one that is now famous. The family still has this picture hanging in their living room.

A few days after the flag raising, the Japanese attacked the marines, and another fight broke out. As they are in the middle of everything, a Japanese sniper takes a shot at him. The bullet hits him in the right wrist, and hits his gun hanging from his belt. The round, after completely disabling his right hand, penetrates his leather pistol holster, and embeds itself into the slide of his 1911. fragments from the round penetrate through the other side of the holster, and into his leg, injuring him further.
The marine was able to get to the medic, where he was then evacuated to care for his injuries.

So the technician asks me if I would like to see it. After telling him the obvious, he calls his wifes brother and asks if he could bring it up to the shop.

Here are the pictures I took after listening to the same story again from the Marine’s son. (it was a good story, I had no problem listening twice.)
I asked him if he would mind me posting them on here, as long as I blocked out the serial number. He said go right ahead.

Although I had to blur out the serial #, it fell into the early/mid 600,000 range. Found this.
Colt: S/N 450,000 to 629,500 = Oct. 24, 1918 to April 10, 1919

The Marine’s name was Horace Arthur Smith “Arty”. he passed away 3 years ago.”

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jeepsandstuff:

I always post pics from others, here’s one of my YJ after a day on the trails!

jeepsandstuff:

I always post pics from others, here’s one of my YJ after a day on the trails!

sexuallyfrustratedjellybabies:

sexuallyfrustratedjellybabies:

so my dog was reunited with his parents today

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and his dad has provided me with the best reaction picture eVER

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you think this is a game, son?

this post is 16 notes away from 70k what the fuck

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wallylock:

when you share your evil schemes with your friends

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jeepbeef:

Sick shot  _________________________________ @Redneck_rich #jeep #jeepbeef _________________________________ JEEPBEEF.com

jeepbeef:

Sick shot
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@Redneck_rich #jeep #jeepbeef
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2087:

2015 Honda S1000

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