(Source: legion1349official, via fuckyeahfrost)

grungebook:

The Onion, Aug. 8, 2008: Soundgarden Inadvertently Reunites at Area Cinnabon #tbtStill holds up!

grungebook:

The Onion, Aug. 8, 2008: Soundgarden Inadvertently Reunites at Area Cinnabon #tbt

Still holds up!

did-you-kno:

A South Korean man actually defected into North Korea looking for help escaping his financial trouble in the capitalist South.   Source

did-you-kno:

A South Korean man actually defected into North Korea looking for help escaping his financial trouble in the capitalist South. Source

monsterman:

Conan the Barbarian (1982)

(Source: bonesandhexes, via devil-pig)

norsedakotan:

http://www.hurstwic.com/library/heroes/text/thrandur.htm
Thrand made a running leap at the wall, jumping high enough to be able to hook his axe over the top of the wall and then to pull himself up by the axe-handle until he got onto the fortification. Þrándur’s move was a clever use of the tool he had available: his axe. His move seems typical of fighters in the Viking age: he used the tools he had available to make the move required by circumstances to succeed in his struggle to clear the stronghold. Yet, it wasn’t an elite fighter, but rather, an ordinary farmer who used the clever move. This episode (and others like it) suggests that many Viking-age fighting men, at all levels of society, were skilled and clever in the use of weapons.

norsedakotan:

http://www.hurstwic.com/library/heroes/text/thrandur.htm

Thrand made a running leap at the wall, jumping high enough to be able to hook his axe over the top of the wall and then to pull himself up by the axe-handle until he got onto the fortification. Þrándur’s move was a clever use of the tool he had available: his axe. His move seems typical of fighters in the Viking age: he used the tools he had available to make the move required by circumstances to succeed in his struggle to clear the stronghold. Yet, it wasn’t an elite fighter, but rather, an ordinary farmer who used the clever move. This episode (and others like it) suggests that many Viking-age fighting men, at all levels of society, were skilled and clever in the use of weapons.

(via norwegianspirit)

"Much unhappiness has come into the world because of bewilderment and things left unsaid."

Albert Camus (via quotes-shape-us)

(via metal-mistress)

fantagor:

"Curse Of The Monolith" (1971)
World Of Conan Portfolio 2/6 (1971)
Originally appeared in The Golden Age #7 (1971)
This scan from The Golden Age #7 (1971)
(source: Golden Age Comic Book Stories)

fantagor:

"Curse Of The Monolith" (1971)

World Of Conan Portfolio 2/6 (1971)

Originally appeared in The Golden Age #7 (1971)

This scan from The Golden Age #7 (1971)

(source: Golden Age Comic Book Stories)

(via gods-of-the-wasteland)

californiapunk:

No Gods, No Masters
California Bears by Alex Ramirez (Lyrics taken from Two-Sided Politics by Suicidal Tendencies)

californiapunk:

No Gods, No Masters

California Bears by Alex Ramirez (Lyrics taken from Two-Sided Politics by Suicidal Tendencies)

(via northernulvscum)

(Source: megacycles, via hostmorke)

brutalgeneration:

(by DobriBrodski)

brutalgeneration:

(by DobriBrodski)