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japhyr:

Auguste Rodin, 1862

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thebristolboard:

Sgt. Rock commission by Joe Kubert, 1976.

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photographersdirectory:

I’m a Galicia photographer. Usually you can find me in my country, trying to know how I am with a camera on my hand, and sometimes I’m traveling arround the world looking for myself… 

http://miguelauria.tumblr.com/

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All these accounts of Dashcon read like the synopses of Always Sunny in Philadelphia episodes like

a-girl-named-stu:

hannahbalthecannibal:

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This all just seems like a complex scheme devised while eating cat food and huffing glue I am just saying

Dashcon organizers:

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pbsthisdayinhistory:

July 14, 1918: Theodore Roosevelt’s Youngest Son, Quentin, Killed in WWI

On this day in 1918, 20-year-old Quentin Roosevelt, Teddy’s youngest son, was shot down by German planes while flying a mission in France during WWI.  Quentin was originally buried at the site of the plane crash, but after WWII, his remains were moved to the Normandy American Cemetery above Omaha Beach, next to those of his brother, General Ted Roosevelt, Jr.

Later, President Theodore Roosevelt wrote of his son in a tribute book that opened with the line, “Only those are fit to live who do not fear to die.”

Learn more about the entire Roosevelt family with preview videos from Ken Burns’s The Roosevelts.

Photo: Allies visiting Quentin Roosevelt’s Grave in France during WWI.

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vgprintads:

"World Trophy Soccer"

  • EGM, March 1993 (#44)
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meninblazers:

Headlines in Brazil and Germany are about advancing to the semifinals. Meanwhile French and Colombian papers read “farewell” and “thank you.”

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brazilwonders:

Brazilian people (by Felipe Max)