unknowneditors:

Military Songbirds | Sato
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Military Songbirds | Sato
unknowneditors:

Military Songbirds | Sato
unknowneditors:

Military Songbirds | Sato
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Military Songbirds | Sato
pulmonaire:

Porcelain Figures by Martin Klimas
pulmonaire:

Porcelain Figures by Martin Klimas
pulmonaire:

Porcelain Figures by Martin Klimas
pulmonaire:

Porcelain Figures by Martin Klimas

club-kushi:

club-kushi:

i dont think anyone understands

he pressed the button and took multiple pictures of himself

see 

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beelzibubbles:

lady-johnlock:

lemon-the-epic:

OH COME ON
ARE YOU FUCKING KIDDING ME RIGHT NOW



Holy crappington wow
beelzibubbles:

lady-johnlock:

lemon-the-epic:

OH COME ON
ARE YOU FUCKING KIDDING ME RIGHT NOW



Holy crappington wow

beelzibubbles:

lady-johnlock:

lemon-the-epic:

OH COME ON

ARE YOU FUCKING KIDDING ME RIGHT NOW

Holy crappington wow

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sshithappenss:


The difference between Freedom & Slavery is one thin line.

woah.

sshithappenss:

The difference between Freedom & Slavery is one thin line.

woah.

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fishingboatproceeds:

picturesofwar:

This day in history:
Minutes before giving a speech on a campaign stop in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Theodore Roosevelt is shot in an assassination attempt.  
The would-be assassin’s bullet is slowed down after travelling through a steel eyeglass case and the folded, fifty page speech he intended to give, stopping in his chest.  Realizing that he wasn’t coughing up blood, Roosevelt figured he was well enough to go ahead and deliver his speech rather than rush to the hospital.
He spoke for the next 90 minutes, opening with the words:
“Ladies and gentlemen, I don’t know whether you fully understand that I have just been shot; but it takes more than that to kill a Bull Moose.”
Doctors deemed it too risky to remove the bullet, and Roosevelt carried it with him inside his body for the rest of his life.
October 14, 1912 - 100 years ago today

This is interesting, because last week I suffered a paper cut while signing posters and took the rest of the day off.
fishingboatproceeds:

picturesofwar:

This day in history:
Minutes before giving a speech on a campaign stop in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Theodore Roosevelt is shot in an assassination attempt.  
The would-be assassin’s bullet is slowed down after travelling through a steel eyeglass case and the folded, fifty page speech he intended to give, stopping in his chest.  Realizing that he wasn’t coughing up blood, Roosevelt figured he was well enough to go ahead and deliver his speech rather than rush to the hospital.
He spoke for the next 90 minutes, opening with the words:
“Ladies and gentlemen, I don’t know whether you fully understand that I have just been shot; but it takes more than that to kill a Bull Moose.”
Doctors deemed it too risky to remove the bullet, and Roosevelt carried it with him inside his body for the rest of his life.
October 14, 1912 - 100 years ago today

This is interesting, because last week I suffered a paper cut while signing posters and took the rest of the day off.
fishingboatproceeds:

picturesofwar:

This day in history:
Minutes before giving a speech on a campaign stop in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Theodore Roosevelt is shot in an assassination attempt.  
The would-be assassin’s bullet is slowed down after travelling through a steel eyeglass case and the folded, fifty page speech he intended to give, stopping in his chest.  Realizing that he wasn’t coughing up blood, Roosevelt figured he was well enough to go ahead and deliver his speech rather than rush to the hospital.
He spoke for the next 90 minutes, opening with the words:
“Ladies and gentlemen, I don’t know whether you fully understand that I have just been shot; but it takes more than that to kill a Bull Moose.”
Doctors deemed it too risky to remove the bullet, and Roosevelt carried it with him inside his body for the rest of his life.
October 14, 1912 - 100 years ago today

This is interesting, because last week I suffered a paper cut while signing posters and took the rest of the day off.
fishingboatproceeds:

picturesofwar:

This day in history:
Minutes before giving a speech on a campaign stop in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Theodore Roosevelt is shot in an assassination attempt.  
The would-be assassin’s bullet is slowed down after travelling through a steel eyeglass case and the folded, fifty page speech he intended to give, stopping in his chest.  Realizing that he wasn’t coughing up blood, Roosevelt figured he was well enough to go ahead and deliver his speech rather than rush to the hospital.
He spoke for the next 90 minutes, opening with the words:
“Ladies and gentlemen, I don’t know whether you fully understand that I have just been shot; but it takes more than that to kill a Bull Moose.”
Doctors deemed it too risky to remove the bullet, and Roosevelt carried it with him inside his body for the rest of his life.
October 14, 1912 - 100 years ago today

This is interesting, because last week I suffered a paper cut while signing posters and took the rest of the day off.

fishingboatproceeds:

picturesofwar:

This day in history:

Minutes before giving a speech on a campaign stop in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Theodore Roosevelt is shot in an assassination attempt.  

The would-be assassin’s bullet is slowed down after travelling through a steel eyeglass case and the folded, fifty page speech he intended to give, stopping in his chest.  Realizing that he wasn’t coughing up blood, Roosevelt figured he was well enough to go ahead and deliver his speech rather than rush to the hospital.

He spoke for the next 90 minutes, opening with the words:

Ladies and gentlemen, I don’t know whether you fully understand that I have just been shot; but it takes more than that to kill a Bull Moose.”

Doctors deemed it too risky to remove the bullet, and Roosevelt carried it with him inside his body for the rest of his life.

October 14, 1912 - 100 years ago today

This is interesting, because last week I suffered a paper cut while signing posters and took the rest of the day off.

(via sambraddock)

emotianal:

hey you kids wanna buy some drugs
emotianal:

hey you kids wanna buy some drugs

emotianal:

hey you kids wanna buy some drugs

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