My wife put “We Still Do. 13 Years” on this letterboard. I added a word when she wasn’t looking. She is posting this version to Facebook as I type this without realizing the change. Wish me luck.

My wife put “We Still Do. 13 Years” on this letterboard. I added a word when she wasn’t looking. She is posting this version to Facebook as I type this without realizing the change. Wish me luck.

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

Bars of a brass type metall alloy that many believe might be the Orichalcum talked about in some Greek and Roman texts. They where recovered from a shipwreck near Gela, Sicily, that sunk around 600 BC. [1279×853]

Bars of a brass type metall alloy that many believe might be the Orichalcum talked about in some Greek and Roman texts. They where recovered from a shipwreck near Gela, Sicily, that sunk around 600 BC. [1279×853]

Norinco Type 80. Basically a Tokarev-spitting homage to the Mauser/Shaanxi Broomhandles that was extremely popular among early 20th Century Chinese armies. A

Norinco Type 80. Basically a Tokarev-spitting homage to the Mauser/Shaanxi Broomhandles that was extremely popular among early 20th Century Chinese armies. A

U.S. Army regulation M1864 non-rigid knapsack of the type worn by Union soldiers in the later years of the American Civil War, c. 1864-1870. [5696×3880]

U.S. Army regulation M1864 non-rigid knapsack of the type worn by Union soldiers in the later years of the American Civil War, c. 1864-1870. [5696×3880]