As a young fan, Jay Weinberg (left) son of Max Weinberg (middle) met Slipknot guitarist Jim Root (right). They recreated the photo nearly 20 years later, Jay is now the band’s drummer.

As a young fan, Jay Weinberg (left) son of Max Weinberg (middle) met Slipknot guitarist Jim Root (right). They recreated the photo nearly 20 years later, Jay is now the band’s drummer.

“Gun presented by Sultan Selim III to M.I. Kutuzov on his arrival at Constantinople as Ambassador Extraordinary in 1792” Ottoman Empire(?), Middle – third quarter of the 18th century [1920×633]

“Gun presented by Sultan Selim III to M.I. Kutuzov on his arrival at Constantinople as Ambassador Extraordinary in 1792” Ottoman Empire(?), Middle – third quarter of the 18th century [1920×633]

Not normally the type to brag, but years of hard work and saving up led to this moment and I’m proud of myself. Ignore the p.o.s car in the middle of the picture and say hello to my beautiful grey car in the background 😍😍

Not normally the type to brag, but years of hard work and saving up led to this moment and I’m proud of myself. Ignore the p.o.s car in the middle of the picture and say hello to my beautiful grey… Continue Reading

I got my new prosthesis today. It uses vacuum suction to keep the socket on my leg and the new prosthetic foot is split down the middle to help accommodate uneven grounds. Super badass!

I got my new prosthesis today. It uses vacuum suction to keep the socket on my leg and the new prosthetic foot is split down the middle to help accommodate uneven grounds. Super badass!

Brilevsky treasure – one of the most significant numismatic complexes of the Early Middle Ages on the territory of Belarus. The find includes 290 silver Arab dirhams and their fragments, parts of the hryvnia, a complex of copper, as well as a broken Frankish sword in several places. [1600×1067]

Brilevsky treasure – one of the most significant numismatic complexes of the Early Middle Ages on the territory of Belarus. The find includes 290 silver Arab dirhams and their fragments, parts of the hryvnia, a complex of copper, as well… Continue Reading

The Porsmose Man, Denmark (Middle Neolithic, c. 2600 BC). The man, 35-40 years of age, was shot by two bone arrows: one (10 cm) piercing his nasal cavity; the second (12 cm) his sternum. While the first arrow wasn’t necessarily deadly the second was, as it would’ve pierced the aorta [1307×1764]

The Porsmose Man, Denmark (Middle Neolithic, c. 2600 BC). The man, 35-40 years of age, was shot by two bone arrows: one (10 cm) piercing his nasal cavity; the second (12 cm) his sternum. While the first arrow wasn’t necessarily… Continue Reading