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Things to say... Living in San Diego now!!!

I'm 20 and an Eagle Scout.

John. F Kennedy is my most inspirational person.

I'm a Gunner's Mate in the US NAVY

I want to pursue a career in Criminal Justice, but I love knowing a lot of things as it turns out, so I'm looking more towards Economics and Political Science.

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Custom Video Game Shoes - by Bobsmade

All of these awesome shoes are custom ordered and hand-painted, just visit the BobsMade Shop to place your order. You can also like Bobsmade on Facebook, Twitter, and DeviantArt for more updates on their shoes and other great custom products!

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The Calligraphy Post.

A few days ago I bought a course "Introduction of the Art of Modern Calligraphy" by Molly Jacques, which you should definitely check, and I fell in love with calligraphy.

Now I find this useful infographic with the basics of calligraphy, including tools. In case you want to try your skills you should try to do those exercise. 

In both cases, (the classes from molly and this infographic) they ask you simple tools to begining your training:

Books.

In case you’re most an analog vintage retro-old guy, and you prefer to read a real book that stuck your nose in a monitor these are cool option for calligraphy beginners (the last to images):

Here are the last useful links:

In case you’re lazy or calligraphy simple isn’t your thing download the font (used on this post): http://myfonts.us/8eK7dW

The Class of Molly Jacques: http://skl.sh/1bWpr9p

Source of the infographic: us.moo.com

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Calligraphic work for the Olympic Games 1936 (unofficial student work)From the magazine “Die zeitgemäße Schrift”

library-of-type:

Calligraphic work for the Olympic Games 1936 (unofficial student work)

From the magazine “Die zeitgemäße Schrift”

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zettaslowzettago:

snarkpopotamus:

every time i see this, my heart fills with joy

Every time I see this, I worry that it’s a warning message from hungry crayons out to take over the world.

both are good

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Thompson Submachine Gun Adverts Pt. 2

The first two adverts are taken from the pages of an Auto-Ordnance product catalogue.  The first shows an M1928A and a M1928AC - fitted with a Cutts Compensator, for an extra $25.   The M1928A was adopted by the US Military during the 1930s, and as part of the Military’s contract they requested a slowed cyclic rate.  To achieve this Thompson added weight to the weapon’s actuator and bolt.  This was subsequently marketed as the model “used by the United States Army and United States Navy”.  

The second image, taken from an earlier catalogue, shows a selection of three Thompsons; the M1928A, M1928AC (with Cutts Compensator) both with the instantly recognisable pistol foregrip and a second M1928AC - complete with compensator and horizontal foregrip.

The third image is a print advert proper, featuring a soldier in a brodie helmet firing from a knelt position.  With the heading reading “shoots the modern way”, the ad focuses on the Thompson’s operation and rapid fire ability.  The illustration of the soldier was intended to catch the reader’s eye and lend the credibility of a weapon used by the military. 

The fourth and fifth adverts both have illustrations of police officers wielding the Thompson.  These adverts are a concerted effort to align the Thompson with the right side of the law.  By the late 1920s and early 1930s the Thompson had been hijacked by the publicity surrounding prominent gangsters who used them.   The fourth ad goes so far as to describe the Tommy Gun as the gun of law and order - the sure defence against “organised bandits and criminals” and boasting that police departments in over fifty cities have adopted the Thompson.

The fifth advert from E.E. Richardson - a Thompson distributor for the states of Ohio and Michigan, among others, is heavy on snappy slogans such as “There’s no getaway from a Thompson" and "the gun the bandits fear most."    The advertisement bullet points the Thompson’s positives, noting its ease to shoot describing how any man on the force who can shoot a pistol can fire a Thompson.   As well as describing it as both safe to handle and controllably safe to shoot in built up areas.  

Despite their best efforts Thompson and Auto-Ordnance were facing bankruptcy by the late 1930s, dozens of adverts, relaunched models and catalogues could not drum up enough business to keep the company afloat.  The prominence brought by the Depression-era crime wave was double-edged and while it saw increased sales to law enforcement agencies the ‘gangster gun’ tag that attached itself to the weapon was far from desirable in Thompson’s eyes and could only prohibit serious interest from the military.  Eventually, it was the threat of war that ultimately prevented Thompson from slipping into bankruptcy and an early peak in prominence as a gangster gun during the 1930s. 

Click here for Thompson Submachine Gun Adverts Part One

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it’s like the sunglasses got in touch with its inner boomerang 


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inlarryithrust:

bitterboob:

i can’t handle the bald guy he doesn’t even try

oh my god it’s back

it’s like the sunglasses got in touch with its inner boomerang 

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