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Elvis Costello, Austin Opera House, 1978
Apr 19, 2014 / 40 notes

kasinski:

Elvis Costello, Austin Opera House, 1978

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Apr 19, 2014 / 1 note

The only good thing about The Expendables 2 is EVIL BEN AFFLECK.

Apr 19, 2014 / 103 notes

humanoidhistory:

Futuristic illustrations from the 1953 Russian children’s book Journey Into Tomorrow. (Dreams of Space)

Apr 19, 2014 / 10,257 notes
demon-ology:

Watch Game of Thrones tonight to catch up on all the wacky adventures of Arya and The Hound

I want so see a stand-alone movie with these two just riding around Westeros like Butch and Sundance. Maybe in between this season and the next. Is that too much to ask? Get on it, HBO!
Apr 19, 2014 / 14,483 notes

demon-ology:

Watch Game of Thrones tonight to catch up on all the wacky adventures of Arya and The Hound

I want so see a stand-alone movie with these two just riding around Westeros like Butch and Sundance. Maybe in between this season and the next. Is that too much to ask? Get on it, HBO!

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Apr 19, 2014 / 575 notes

Brought to you by Leslie Howard Family Dentistry.

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Apr 18, 2014 / 29 notes
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Claudine Auger, Bond girl extraordinaire.
Apr 17, 2014 / 119 notes

Claudine Auger, Bond girl extraordinaire.

thecivilwarparlor:

Texas Rangers- Rangers Photographs Taken Prior To 1870 Are Rare. Pictured Here Are James Thomas Bird And John J. Haynes In 1868 
EIGHTH TEXAS CAVALRY [TERRY’S TEXAS RANGERS]. The Eighth Texas Cavalry, a group of Texas volunteers for the Confederate Army popularly known as Terry’s Texas Rangers, was assembled by Benjamin Franklin Terry in August 1861. Each man was required to furnish a shotgun or carbine, a Colt revolver, a Bowie knife and a saddle, bridle, and blanket. The army would provide the mounts. 
The Terry Rangers distinguished themselves at the battles of Shiloh (April 6–8, 1862), Perryville (October 8, 1862), Murfreesboro (December 31, 1862–January 2, 1863), Chickamauga (September 19–20, 1863), and Chattanooga (November 24–25, 1863); in the Atlanta campaign (May 1–September 2, 1864); and as raiders in Kentucky and Tennessee under Lt. Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest. The rangers were also part of the inadequate force under Gen. Joseph E. Johnston that attempted to slow Maj. Gen. William T. Sherman’s inexorable “march to the sea” during the final months of the war. 
Terry’s Rangers delivered what was probably the last charge of the Army of Tennessee at the battle of Bentonville (March 19–20, 1865). Rather than surrender with the rest of Johnston’s army at Durham Station, North Carolina, on April 26, 1865, 158 of the reported 248 survivors of the regiment slipped through Union lines to join other Confederates yet in the field. With the total collapse of the Southern cause, however, the Terry Rangers drifted home as individuals and in small groups, having never officially surrendered. With the exception of Hood’s Texas Brigade, the Eighth Texas Cavalry was probably the best-known Texas unit to serve in the  Civil War. It earned a reputation that ranked it among the most effective mounted regiments in the western theater of operations.
Photo Source: Home of the Plainsmen -1830 to 1885-
Thomas W. Cutrer, “EIGHTH TEXAS CAVALRY [TERRY’S TEXAS RANGERS],” Handbook of Texas Online.  (http://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/qke02)
Apr 17, 2014 / 115 notes

thecivilwarparlor:

Texas Rangers- Rangers Photographs Taken Prior To 1870 Are Rare. Pictured Here Are James Thomas Bird And John J. Haynes In 1868 

EIGHTH TEXAS CAVALRY [TERRY’S TEXAS RANGERS]. The Eighth Texas Cavalry, a group of Texas volunteers for the Confederate Army popularly known as Terry’s Texas Rangers, was assembled by Benjamin Franklin Terry in August 1861. Each man was required to furnish a shotgun or carbine, a Colt revolver, Bowie knife and a saddle, bridle, and blanket. The army would provide the mounts. 

The Terry Rangers distinguished themselves at the battles of Shiloh (April 6–8, 1862), Perryville (October 8, 1862), Murfreesboro (December 31, 1862–January 2, 1863), Chickamauga (September 19–20, 1863), and Chattanooga (November 24–25, 1863); in the Atlanta campaign (May 1–September 2, 1864); and as raiders in Kentucky and Tennessee under Lt. Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest. The rangers were also part of the inadequate force under Gen. Joseph E. Johnston that attempted to slow Maj. Gen. William T. Sherman’s inexorable “march to the sea” during the final months of the war.

Terry’s Rangers delivered what was probably the last charge of the Army of Tennessee at the battle of Bentonville (March 19–20, 1865). Rather than surrender with the rest of Johnston’s army at Durham Station, North Carolina, on April 26, 1865, 158 of the reported 248 survivors of the regiment slipped through Union lines to join other Confederates yet in the field. With the total collapse of the Southern cause, however, the Terry Rangers drifted home as individuals and in small groups, having never officially surrendered. With the exception of Hood’s Texas Brigade, the Eighth Texas Cavalry was probably the best-known Texas unit to serve in the  Civil War. It earned a reputation that ranked it among the most effective mounted regiments in the western theater of operations.

Photo Source: Home of the Plainsmen -1830 to 1885-

Thomas W. Cutrer, “EIGHTH TEXAS CAVALRY [TERRY’S TEXAS RANGERS],” Handbook of Texas Online.  (http://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/qke02)

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gracie-law:

Academy Award® nominee Lorenzo Lamas
Apr 17, 2014 / 24 notes

gracie-law:

Academy Award® nominee Lorenzo Lamas

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Apr 16, 2014
Apr 16, 2014 / 2 notes

Is it good guys who always wear white?

Apr 16, 2014 / 955 notes

humanoidhistory:

On April 16, 1972, the Apollo 16 mission blasted off from Cape Canaveral on a journey to the Moon. Astronauts John Young, Charlie Duke, and Ken Mattingly went on the penultimate adventure of the Apollo program with a mission that lasted 11 days, 1 hour, and 51 minutes, ending at 2:45 PM EST on April 27.

Apr 16, 2014 / 40 notes

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