September 2013

A Million Ways To Die.

by Daniel Russ on September 30, 2013

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    Bludgeoning.   In the movie 2001 A Space Odyssey, there is a scene where early proto human hominids are fighting over a water source in Olduvai Gorge in east Africa. One of the apes picks up a dried animal bone and whacks another over the head and kills him. This would be called […]

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Einstein In Long Island

by Daniel Russ on September 29, 2013

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The Wall

September 28, 2013

  A little history most people will never know. Interesting Veterans Statistics off the Vietnam Memorial Wall There are 58,267 names now listed on that polished black wall, including those added in 2010. The names are arranged in the order in which they were taken from us by date and within each date the names […]

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James Doohan, Forever “Scotty” On Star Trek, Invaded Juno Beach On D-Day.

September 27, 2013

        Born on March 3, 1920 in Vancouver, British Columbia, James Doohan was the youngest of four children, and “Scotty” was actually trained as an engineer. He attended the school known as SCITS, or the Sarnia Collegiate Institute and Technical School. After school, in 1938 while the drumbeat for war was pounding […]

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Josef Goebbels Glares At Albert Eisenstaedt, Jewish Photographer.

September 26, 2013

    Source:  LIFE Magazine   Related Posts:Stay Tunes For Similar Posts

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What They’re Driving. Click To Enlarge.

September 25, 2013

Source: MUFON Related Posts:File This Under Had To Share.The Kinross Incident.Supposed ET Briefing For Ronald Reagan Part III.Supposed ET Briefing For President Reagan Part II.One Of The Most Significant UFO Sightings In History.

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Unusual Foreign And Domestic World War II Recruitment And Propaganda Posters.

September 24, 2013

              Source wiki . Related Posts:More great WWII Propaganda PostersGerman World War II Propaganda Posters.Georgian Army Recruitment VideoNewest Marine Corps CommercialFairly Hilarious Indian Military Recruitment Video Features Bollywood Like Sound Track.

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Great World War II Marine And Army Ranger Recruitment Posters.

September 23, 2013

              source: wiki   Related Posts:Marine Commercial

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The Hilarious Drawings Of A Veteran And World War II Cartoonist Weston Emmart. Pt. 3

September 22, 2013

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The Hilarious Drawings Of A Veteran And World War II Cartoonist Weston Emmart. Pt. 2

September 21, 2013

. Weston Emmart was an extremely talented cartoonist who drew pictures of his experience in World War II. It was about snoring. And fighting. And getting hurt. And overcrowding. It was about the men at war. I am still trying to find out information about him but his son posted these on Memorial Day   […]

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The Hilarious Drawings Of A Veteran And World War II Cartoonist Weston Emmart. Pt. 1

September 20, 2013

    . Weston Emmart was a US soldier in World War II. That and the fact that he was an amazing cartoonist are the only things I can find out him. Apparently last Memorial Day his son, Alex, posted some of his father’s drawings to imgur. These are hilarious, original works of art that […]

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Kenneth Howard Norton Sr., US Marine Heavy Weight Champion, and World Heavyweight Champion, Dies at 70.

September 19, 2013

        He could hardly talk when it was all over. But he was one of the first and only people to reign down enough shots on Muhammad Ali to soundly defeat him in 1973. In the first return match, Ali won a split decision that many felt was a stretch and in […]

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How The T95 Became The T28.

September 18, 2013

            The T-95 Tank is one of those cool, filmic designs that feels as if it was imagined by steampunk weaponeers. The actual program was a real one and the Americans were creating a tank destroyer based on the old Pershing chassis. Armed with a 105mm gun, it would have […]

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It Was The Long March That Launched Mao Zedong To Power

September 17, 2013

      Chiang Kai-shek had secured Nanjing as his capitol city in northern China. Once exiled and hiding during World War I, CKS returned to lead the Nationalists who were actually part of a broader band of political groups. But by the late twenties, the schism between the Communists and the Nationalists was complete. […]

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Knuckle Duster Art.

September 16, 2013

                    sources: The Propaedeuticist, fluxuryb.com, naturalprideblog.com   . Related Posts:Stay Tunes For Similar Posts

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Breaking The Line Changed Naval Warfare. But It Had To Wait Until Cannons Came Of Age.

September 15, 2013

    Crossing the T, or Breaking the Line was a naval tactic in the age of sails. The originator is in dispute, though some say the Dutch, inspired by Maarten Tromp devised this simple tactic during the Anglo Dutch War that moved naval warfare ahead dramatically. Look at a ship of the line and […]

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The Antidote For Civilization.

September 14, 2013

    Ho Van Thanh fought for the Viet Cong for a short while during the Vietnam War. Afterwards he switched to fighting for the North Vietnamese. But at some point, he keft a wife and a son and took another son and egressed into the thick forests of Vietnam.   Apparently a party of […]

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September 12, 2013

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F-16s And M1 Tanks Whether You Want Them or Not.

September 12, 2013

    Julia Simon from NPR News reports that the Egyptians are taking shipments of M1-Abrams main battle tanks by the hundreds. This is an example of the kind of reporting I would give my eye tooth to see rather than the Jody-Arias/Kim Kardashian/ Kanye West obsessed dribble we get today. Today, the shaky Egyptian […]

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The Astonishing Death Toll In The Greco-Turkish War

September 11, 2013

    Please file this under another war that few have ever heard of. Yet it took three years to fight and cost upwards of a quarter of a million casualties, possibly more. In the chaos after World War I, land grabs were occurring in broad daylight. Although if you look back far enough in […]

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