Prepare yourself. One day I will be right about the end of the world. bit.ly/surviveragnarok
That is all.
#AubreyPlaza Is Ready For The Zombie Apocalypse. #ParksandRec (at Warner Bros Stage 15)
Unedited footage of the bombing of Nagasaki (silent)
This silent film shows the final preparation and loading of the “Fat Man” bomb into “Bockscar,” the plane which dropped the bomb on Nagasaki. It then shows the Nagasaki explosion from the window of an observation plane. This footage comes from Los Alamos National Laboratory. I have not edited it in any way from what they gave me except to improve the contrast a little — it is basically “raw.” I have annotated it with some notes on the bombing and what you can see — feel free to disable it if you don’t want it.
The beginning of the end. Fucked.
Sure, Soviet cosmonauts had to face the difficulties of space travel, which were tough enough.
But what if they happened to crash land in some unknown territory? At the height of the Cold War? What would they do? How would they survive and contact their countrymen? What if they encountered hostile animals or other humans?
For all these reasons, the cosmonaut survival kit that our friends at The Appendix dug up is remarkable.
Read more. [Image: RuSpace]
Too many scenarios to cover. Don’t be fucked.
Sorry, couldn’t help it after the Battle Mug post, this seemed appropriate even though I usually only post 1 weird weapon or gear related post every Friday.
Have you ever wanted to be tactically ready while grilling burgers? Now you can be with the Tactical Chef Apron. Has all the real estate you need to hang and holster your BBQ utensils. Again, with the holidays around the corner, this might make for a nice gag of a gift to that one friend who’s all about “would operate with.” Only costs $34.99 so it won’t break your wallet. Link in title and below. Somebody get that dude in the 3rd photo a Battle Mug.
Also perfect for the Riot Police Officer on those long nights pushing back protestors. Don’t let a good bonfire or Molotov cocktail go to waste when you could grill some Ball Park Franks.
As seen in Detroit.
- Stage 1: Financial Collapse. Faith in “business as usual” is lost. The future is no longer assumed to resemble the past in any way that allows risk to be assessed and financial assets to be guaranteed. Financial institutions become insolvent; savings wiped out and access to capital is lost.