redbloodedamerica:

An honest trailer of Captain America: Winter Soldier.

epicedc:

Latest Atwood creation - ShutterBug http://ift.tt/1nTZFMq via /r/edc

man-and-camera:

The Stars Above II ➾ Luke Gram
  1. Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
  2. Aperture: f/2.8
  3. Exposure: 25"
  4. Focal Length: 20mm
coolpsychosexy:

whiskeeymouth:

csehak:

damnn….

i need this house more then anything

This house is sick. Looks like they cut the top off a water well and used it for the pool. Simple and cheap I’m sure, also good idea.

coolpsychosexy:

whiskeeymouth:

csehak:

damnn….

i need this house more then anything

This house is sick. Looks like they cut the top off a water well and used it for the pool. Simple and cheap I’m sure, also good idea.

redbloodedamerica:

The horrible practice of the civil forfeiture scheme.  Any property owner should be well educated on this subject.

tinyhousedesign:

New Post has been published on http://www.tinyhouseliving.com/tiny-wood-stove-ellas-tiny-house/

A Tiny Wood Stove for Ella’s Tiny House

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It’s an incredibly well designed and USA made stove with some very cool features, if you want to read more, check out Unforgettable Fire’s website and the tiny-house-specific Kimberly website here.” – Ella at Little Yellow Door

Read and see more of this tiny wood stove for a tiny house. Photos by Little Yellow Door.

Kimberly Wood Stove Open Door - Little Yellow Door

Kimberly Wood Stove Installation - Little Yellow Door

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packconfig:

Fast Pack Friday: Submission – Gabriel Hall
Here is a great submission from Gabriel Hall. I really like his patch layouts, the multiple use of iComms across the top webbing of the Fast Pack Litespeed. What particularly stands out is his two clever modifications. Firstly the folding up the Transporter Tail (shown best in the 2nd image) and also his top compression strap clip storage solution (3rd image).
It’s also worth checking out the Haley Strategic Kleen Kanteen Carrier featured in the last two images. I’ve seen this before and thought it looked pretty cool. Here are the details of the configuration, including how he’s folded up the tail:
There are 3 iComms and an OP1 on the front, a single magazine pouch for my iPhone on the left side. A FILO blades Halcron karambit on the right side. 
The tail is rolled under by folding and clipping the top clips together (behind the face of the tail) then rolled down and the bottom clips used to fasten it down. The top pack clips are then fed down the side via the Molle for retention. I have used the top clip retention trick using the special clips from MilSpec Monkey. 
Also, special guest: the Haley Strategic Kleen Kanteen carrier. Solid piece of work. Has room for a couple patches on a pouch that can fit some EDC or regular pocket item (i.e. gym trip: wallet, phone, headphones, gym pass, etc). packconfig:

Fast Pack Friday: Submission – Gabriel Hall
Here is a great submission from Gabriel Hall. I really like his patch layouts, the multiple use of iComms across the top webbing of the Fast Pack Litespeed. What particularly stands out is his two clever modifications. Firstly the folding up the Transporter Tail (shown best in the 2nd image) and also his top compression strap clip storage solution (3rd image).
It’s also worth checking out the Haley Strategic Kleen Kanteen Carrier featured in the last two images. I’ve seen this before and thought it looked pretty cool. Here are the details of the configuration, including how he’s folded up the tail:
There are 3 iComms and an OP1 on the front, a single magazine pouch for my iPhone on the left side. A FILO blades Halcron karambit on the right side. 
The tail is rolled under by folding and clipping the top clips together (behind the face of the tail) then rolled down and the bottom clips used to fasten it down. The top pack clips are then fed down the side via the Molle for retention. I have used the top clip retention trick using the special clips from MilSpec Monkey. 
Also, special guest: the Haley Strategic Kleen Kanteen carrier. Solid piece of work. Has room for a couple patches on a pouch that can fit some EDC or regular pocket item (i.e. gym trip: wallet, phone, headphones, gym pass, etc). packconfig:

Fast Pack Friday: Submission – Gabriel Hall
Here is a great submission from Gabriel Hall. I really like his patch layouts, the multiple use of iComms across the top webbing of the Fast Pack Litespeed. What particularly stands out is his two clever modifications. Firstly the folding up the Transporter Tail (shown best in the 2nd image) and also his top compression strap clip storage solution (3rd image).
It’s also worth checking out the Haley Strategic Kleen Kanteen Carrier featured in the last two images. I’ve seen this before and thought it looked pretty cool. Here are the details of the configuration, including how he’s folded up the tail:
There are 3 iComms and an OP1 on the front, a single magazine pouch for my iPhone on the left side. A FILO blades Halcron karambit on the right side. 
The tail is rolled under by folding and clipping the top clips together (behind the face of the tail) then rolled down and the bottom clips used to fasten it down. The top pack clips are then fed down the side via the Molle for retention. I have used the top clip retention trick using the special clips from MilSpec Monkey. 
Also, special guest: the Haley Strategic Kleen Kanteen carrier. Solid piece of work. Has room for a couple patches on a pouch that can fit some EDC or regular pocket item (i.e. gym trip: wallet, phone, headphones, gym pass, etc). packconfig:

Fast Pack Friday: Submission – Gabriel Hall
Here is a great submission from Gabriel Hall. I really like his patch layouts, the multiple use of iComms across the top webbing of the Fast Pack Litespeed. What particularly stands out is his two clever modifications. Firstly the folding up the Transporter Tail (shown best in the 2nd image) and also his top compression strap clip storage solution (3rd image).
It’s also worth checking out the Haley Strategic Kleen Kanteen Carrier featured in the last two images. I’ve seen this before and thought it looked pretty cool. Here are the details of the configuration, including how he’s folded up the tail:
There are 3 iComms and an OP1 on the front, a single magazine pouch for my iPhone on the left side. A FILO blades Halcron karambit on the right side. 
The tail is rolled under by folding and clipping the top clips together (behind the face of the tail) then rolled down and the bottom clips used to fasten it down. The top pack clips are then fed down the side via the Molle for retention. I have used the top clip retention trick using the special clips from MilSpec Monkey. 
Also, special guest: the Haley Strategic Kleen Kanteen carrier. Solid piece of work. Has room for a couple patches on a pouch that can fit some EDC or regular pocket item (i.e. gym trip: wallet, phone, headphones, gym pass, etc). packconfig:

Fast Pack Friday: Submission – Gabriel Hall
Here is a great submission from Gabriel Hall. I really like his patch layouts, the multiple use of iComms across the top webbing of the Fast Pack Litespeed. What particularly stands out is his two clever modifications. Firstly the folding up the Transporter Tail (shown best in the 2nd image) and also his top compression strap clip storage solution (3rd image).
It’s also worth checking out the Haley Strategic Kleen Kanteen Carrier featured in the last two images. I’ve seen this before and thought it looked pretty cool. Here are the details of the configuration, including how he’s folded up the tail:
There are 3 iComms and an OP1 on the front, a single magazine pouch for my iPhone on the left side. A FILO blades Halcron karambit on the right side. 
The tail is rolled under by folding and clipping the top clips together (behind the face of the tail) then rolled down and the bottom clips used to fasten it down. The top pack clips are then fed down the side via the Molle for retention. I have used the top clip retention trick using the special clips from MilSpec Monkey. 
Also, special guest: the Haley Strategic Kleen Kanteen carrier. Solid piece of work. Has room for a couple patches on a pouch that can fit some EDC or regular pocket item (i.e. gym trip: wallet, phone, headphones, gym pass, etc). packconfig:

Fast Pack Friday: Submission – Gabriel Hall
Here is a great submission from Gabriel Hall. I really like his patch layouts, the multiple use of iComms across the top webbing of the Fast Pack Litespeed. What particularly stands out is his two clever modifications. Firstly the folding up the Transporter Tail (shown best in the 2nd image) and also his top compression strap clip storage solution (3rd image).
It’s also worth checking out the Haley Strategic Kleen Kanteen Carrier featured in the last two images. I’ve seen this before and thought it looked pretty cool. Here are the details of the configuration, including how he’s folded up the tail:
There are 3 iComms and an OP1 on the front, a single magazine pouch for my iPhone on the left side. A FILO blades Halcron karambit on the right side. 
The tail is rolled under by folding and clipping the top clips together (behind the face of the tail) then rolled down and the bottom clips used to fasten it down. The top pack clips are then fed down the side via the Molle for retention. I have used the top clip retention trick using the special clips from MilSpec Monkey. 
Also, special guest: the Haley Strategic Kleen Kanteen carrier. Solid piece of work. Has room for a couple patches on a pouch that can fit some EDC or regular pocket item (i.e. gym trip: wallet, phone, headphones, gym pass, etc).

packconfig:

Fast Pack Friday: Submission – Gabriel Hall

Here is a great submission from Gabriel Hall. I really like his patch layouts, the multiple use of iComms across the top webbing of the Fast Pack Litespeed. What particularly stands out is his two clever modifications. Firstly the folding up the Transporter Tail (shown best in the 2nd image) and also his top compression strap clip storage solution (3rd image).

It’s also worth checking out the Haley Strategic Kleen Kanteen Carrier featured in the last two images. I’ve seen this before and thought it looked pretty cool. Here are the details of the configuration, including how he’s folded up the tail:

There are 3 iComms and an OP1 on the front, a single magazine pouch for my iPhone on the left side. A FILO blades Halcron karambit on the right side. 

The tail is rolled under by folding and clipping the top clips together (behind the face of the tail) then rolled down and the bottom clips used to fasten it down. The top pack clips are then fed down the side via the Molle for retention. I have used the top clip retention trick using the special clips from MilSpec Monkey. 

Also, special guest: the Haley Strategic Kleen Kanteen carrier. Solid piece of work. Has room for a couple patches on a pouch that can fit some EDC or regular pocket item (i.e. gym trip: wallet, phone, headphones, gym pass, etc).

Anonymous Asked
QuestionThey were rioting because they were being attacked by the police. They aren't monsters at all for being angry Answer

redbloodedamerica:

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I’m tired of people like you trying to justify violence, theft, and general asinine thuggery.

The riots broke out after a peaceful candle vigil quickly grew into a mass free-for-all like middle-aged moms at Pottery Barn on Black Friday.  Why?  Because the opportunity presented itself.

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Rioters and looters smashed and grabbed at stores up and down the street, shot at police helicopters, as well as kicked and threw anything they could at passing police cars.  That’s when the police started sending in reinforcements.  It was in response to the violence happening all over the place; not the peaceful demonstration.  Use your brain.

Robbery is not a response to being attacked by police.  This was not about anger.  This was all about criminal opportunity.  It was a chance for people to vent their superfluous outrage, destroy property and steal whatever they could get their hands on.  Only a handful of the idiots that showed up to these protests even knew Michael Brown, let alone the facts of the situation.

  1. Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
  2. Aperture: f/1.8
  3. Exposure: 1/250th
  4. Focal Length: 50mm

linxspiration:

This is amazing.

weaponsystems:

Hunters of deer, turkey and other animals in Florida may soon be able to operate with lethal stealth under a state proposal to allow them to use silencers.