December292013
9PM

kaorux:

I have put together a few of the posts where people have been incredibly smooth

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9PM

marthur:

ravenmaw:

I forget that old cameras don’t always have to take formal pictures

oh wow this is amazing/hilarious. i especially love the two arseholes standing on a weird tree stump and MANPLANE

if you thought it couldn’t get funnier btw the man in the white suit is Tsar Nicholas II

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9PM

thoughtsofafallenpharaoh:

yall-mothafuckas-need-misha:

We better reblog this as much as we can 2013 is almost over

Only a couple days left

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December252013
10knotes:

picturesofwar
The man who saved the world:
Stanislav Petrov was manning surveillance equipment for the Soviet Air Defense Forces when he noticed something strange on the screen.  Soon after, warning signals started flashing with the report of an incoming nuclear missile from the USA.
Seeing only one missile, he figured it was a mistake, assuming Americans wouldn’t send only one missile if they wanted a nuclear war.  
Soon thereafter, many more started appearing on the screen. 
Nevertheless he trusted his instincts, and rather than contact his superiors he waited to see what would happen.  He waited past the perceived time on impact.  There was no damage - the warnings were due to a system malfunction.
Had Petrov not defied protocol and contacted his superiors, a real retaliatory strike may very well have been fired in response - igniting nuclear war between the USA and Soviet Union.
September 26, 1983 - 29 years ago today.
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10knotes:

picturesofwar

The man who saved the world:

Stanislav Petrov was manning surveillance equipment for the Soviet Air Defense Forces when he noticed something strange on the screen.  Soon after, warning signals started flashing with the report of an incoming nuclear missile from the USA.

Seeing only one missile, he figured it was a mistake, assuming Americans wouldn’t send only one missile if they wanted a nuclear war.  

Soon thereafter, many more started appearing on the screen. 

Nevertheless he trusted his instincts, and rather than contact his superiors he waited to see what would happen.  He waited past the perceived time on impact.  There was no damage - the warnings were due to a system malfunction.

Had Petrov not defied protocol and contacted his superiors, a real retaliatory strike may very well have been fired in response - igniting nuclear war between the USA and Soviet Union.

September 26, 1983 - 29 years ago today.

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September42013

According to John Kerry

priceofliberty:

Russia’s only interest is ‘transactional’ and ‘geopolitical’ in Syria.

Ours is “ideological,” which necessitates the sacrifice of civil liberties and economic sovereignty.

August102013
chalchiuhtotolin:

So my friend had to pause Torchwood 

chalchiuhtotolin:

So my friend had to pause Torchwood 

4PM
АААААААААААААААААААААА это прекрасно

АААААААААААААААААААААА это прекрасно

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4PM

snake-gagarin:

Just a little bit more of Burn in “Up There”.

It was really nice to see him becoming much more cheerful at the end of the movie. :)

4PM

Just when I think I can’t be anymore done with Burn Gorman, I find out he’s a champion beatboxer who used to be in a group called Drool Skool and his stage name was BB Burn. He’s the one in the red and white hat.

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