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August Burns Red - Sincerity (Eric Sheppard drum cover)

Totally feeling some vicarious pleasure from this video.

harvestheart:

Alex Maclean / Barcroft / Landov  -  Loaded coal train cars in Norfolk, Virginia, taken in 2011.

harvestheart:

Alex Maclean / Barcroft / Landov  -  Loaded coal train cars in Norfolk, Virginia, taken in 2011.

11 Food Companies That Won't Tell You Where Their Meat Comes From

Bob Saget - Aristocrats

nudelyps:

DALMATIANNNN

Unfair

nudelyps:

DALMATIANNNN

Unfair

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Apr 9

George Carlin - Life is Worth Losing (Shopping Malls, Stupidity, & Consumption)

Apr 9

Animals as Leaders - Another Year


My, how I love this song.

Apr 9
humansofnewyork:

"What’s your greatest fear?""Dying before I’ve gotten out of The Matrix."

Holy shit.

humansofnewyork:

"What’s your greatest fear?"
"Dying before I’ve gotten out of The Matrix."

Holy shit.

Apr 9
woodendreams:

(by Carsten Meyerdierks)

woodendreams:

(by Carsten Meyerdierks)

Apr 9
pbsthisdayinhistory:

April 9, 1865: Robert E. Lee Surrenders at Appomattox
The Civil War still holds the distinction of being the bloodiest in American History. It all came to an end, however, in the parlor of Wilmer McLean’s home at Appomattox Court House, Virginia, on this day in 1865.
Explore the work of Civil War photographers through a special feature developed for Ken Burns’s film The Civil War in partnership with The Library of Congress: "Images of the Civil War."
Photo: Robert Edward Lee, 1863 (Heritage Auction Archives)

Also, two (or three?) days ago marked the 10-year anniversary of Stephen King’s climactic end of his Dark Tower series! (At least when he finished it; it was likely published on a different date)

pbsthisdayinhistory:

April 9, 1865: Robert E. Lee Surrenders at Appomattox

The Civil War still holds the distinction of being the bloodiest in American History. It all came to an end, however, in the parlor of Wilmer McLean’s home at Appomattox Court House, Virginia, on this day in 1865.

Explore the work of Civil War photographers through a special feature developed for Ken Burns’s film The Civil War in partnership with The Library of Congress: "Images of the Civil War."

Photo: Robert Edward Lee, 1863 (Heritage Auction Archives)

Also, two (or three?) days ago marked the 10-year anniversary of Stephen King’s climactic end of his Dark Tower series! (At least when he finished it; it was likely published on a different date)