historicaltimes:

Nuremberg after the war, june 1945

historicaltimes:

Nuremberg after the war, june 1945

inothernews:

In which the Queen photobombed ya. (via Mashable)

inothernews:

In which the Queen photobombed ya. (via Mashable)

politicalprof:

thenationmagazine:

The news is bad.

One of these stories will make the world pay attention …

politicalprof:

thenationmagazine:

The news is bad.

One of these stories will make the world pay attention …

fotojournalismus:

Protesters wave a Palestinian flag and flowers during a sit-in protest against Israel’s military action in Gaza, at Rawshe Rock on the Mediterranean coast in Beirut on July 22, 2014. (Jamal Saidi/Reuters)

fotojournalismus:

Protesters wave a Palestinian flag and flowers during a sit-in protest against Israel’s military action in Gaza, at Rawshe Rock on the Mediterranean coast in Beirut on July 22, 2014. (Jamal Saidi/Reuters)

babylonfalling:

by Mick Jagger

babylonfalling:

by Mick Jagger

vintascope:

Turkish Dyes

vintascope:

Turkish Dyes

trippin-through-reality:

The type of friends you stay away from

trippin-through-reality:

The type of friends you stay away from

yahoochrome:

this is the saddest fucking thing i have ever seen

yahoochrome:

this is the saddest fucking thing i have ever seen

allthingseurope:

Cetinje, Montenegro (by Miki Badt)

allthingseurope:

Cetinje, Montenegro (by Miki Badt)

channingfrye:

stoar-punk:

trashpunx:

shit-in-yer-cereal:

tastefullyoffensive:

Notes from Management [ardentleprechaun]

how is he not fired

I want to be Shane’s friend.

I aspire to be Shane

I live through him

Shane is a Legend

retrocampaigns:

Great poster from 1916, depicting Allan Benson and George Kirkpatrick, candidates for president and vice president representing the Socialist Party of America.
You probably guessed: they didn’t win. In fact, their 590k votes was hundreds of thousands shy of Socialist Party candidate Eugene Debs' nearly one million votes in 1912 and again in 1920 (that last one from prison). Benson split with the party a few years later over its opposition to American involvement in World War I.
Via Heritage Auctions

retrocampaigns:

Great poster from 1916, depicting Allan Benson and George Kirkpatrick, candidates for president and vice president representing the Socialist Party of America.

You probably guessed: they didn’t win. In fact, their 590k votes was hundreds of thousands shy of Socialist Party candidate Eugene Debs' nearly one million votes in 1912 and again in 1920 (that last one from prison). Benson split with the party a few years later over its opposition to American involvement in World War I.

Via Heritage Auctions

nurdsite:

My buddy Tom baked a cake for his Argentinian friend to cheer her up after the world cup loss.
…They are no longer friends.

nurdsite:

My buddy Tom baked a cake for his Argentinian friend to cheer her up after the world cup loss.

…They are no longer friends.

mumfordmyhar:

Thank you Flea.

mumfordmyhar:

Thank you Flea.