30th May 2014

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thiscityisjaded:

"Well I ain’t got no where to go expect another lonesome road.

I know I’m thinking back to you beneath those lonely stars.

Well I ain’t got nothing to lose I’ve got my head stuck in a noose

I know I hear you singing under neath those lonely stars”

The Goddamn Gallows — Underneath the Stars

30th May 2014

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Oh, sounds good!

Oh, sounds good!

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30th May 2014

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30th May 2014

Photo reblogged from Stay True with 978 notes

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30th May 2014

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28th May 2014

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xahhx:


Accurate.

xahhx:

Accurate.

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28th May 2014

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28th May 2014

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nicolettalacicada:


motolady

nicolettalacicada:

motolady

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28th May 2014

Photoset reblogged from Southern Gothic with 4,645 notes

gasoline-station:

Night Watch by Noel Kerns

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28th May 2014

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28th May 2014

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historical-nonfiction:

This is the youngest soldier in World War I. Momčilo Gavrić lived in Serbia at the outbreak of the war. In 1916, Austro-Hungarian soldiers killed his father, mother, grandmother, his three sisters, and four of his brothers. His father happened to have sent Momčilo to visit his uncle, saving Momčilo’s life. Without a family or a home, Momčilo went to find the 6th Artillery Division of the Serbian army which was nearby.  After hearing what had happened, the major accepted Momčilo into the unit and assigned him to a soldier — really a caretaker. That night, Momčilo showed the major where the Austro-Hungarian soldiers were and helped bombard them. Eight years old, and already avenging his family. At ten, he was promoted to Corporal and at eleven to Lance Sergeant. After the war, his major made certain he got assistance from a British mission and he completed his education in England before returning to Serbia.

historical-nonfiction:

This is the youngest soldier in World War I. Momčilo Gavrić lived in Serbia at the outbreak of the war. In 1916, Austro-Hungarian soldiers killed his father, mother, grandmother, his three sisters, and four of his brothers. His father happened to have sent Momčilo to visit his uncle, saving Momčilo’s life. Without a family or a home, Momčilo went to find the 6th Artillery Division of the Serbian army which was nearby.  After hearing what had happened, the major accepted Momčilo into the unit and assigned him to a soldier — really a caretaker. That night, Momčilo showed the major where the Austro-Hungarian soldiers were and helped bombard them. Eight years old, and already avenging his family. At ten, he was promoted to Corporal and at eleven to Lance Sergeant. After the war, his major made certain he got assistance from a British mission and he completed his education in England before returning to Serbia.

Source: Wikipedia

27th May 2014

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27th May 2014

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lowlivindaddy:

Hook ‘n’ Krooks - drinking song

Damn, they’re good.

27th May 2014

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27th May 2014

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