>The most Russian video you can find.
Minus points for no tracksuits, plus some for the Russian sailor-esque vertical stripes.
luckiest drunk in Russia
Was trying to suicide and/or insurance fraud to buy more krokodil
I vote for that one video of the Russian tank fucking around with the crewman on the tank in front.
Does anyone have it?
In honor of the anniversary?
Huh, it isn't a shop.
Looks to be an RAF Aircraft Escape Axe. Supposed to serve as a tool to cut your way out of a crashed plane and then as a survival tool if you were downed and stranded. They were notably mounted in the Airspeed Horsa gliders used by the British airborne, who of course took them to use as vicious close combat weapons. Interestingly enough, the same design is still used today (right down to the 20,000 volt insulated handle) on some aircraft.
That's not D-Day,
That is actually troops crossing the Rhine a year or so later.
Damn can't imagine a brit skulling a jerry with a tomahawk.
>I in no way, shape or form endorse this game whatsoever.
PBS - Castle - David Macaulay
CASTLE combines colorful animation with live-action documentary sequences to tell the story of a 13th-century Welsh castle. Author David Macaulay, who wrote and illustrated the best-selling book of the same title, leads viewers on a castle tour, explaining its cultural and sociological significance and its architectural design. Detailed animation dramatizes the building of the castle and portrays the lifestyle of the early inhabitants.
PBS - Mill Times - David Macaulay
This animated program centers on a small New England community similar to Pawtucket, Rhode Island, where Samuel Slater established America's first textile mill. Live action hosted by David Macaulay, takes viewers from Manchester, England, to Lowell, Massachusetts, explaining technological changes that transformed the making of textiles, a key component of the Industrial Revolution sweeping across Europe and America in the late 18th century.
Bought the book a while ago when a memory of it was rekindled... is one of the reasons that if, I had the funds, I would build a castle of my own.
gonna watch the FUCK out of these later tonight
I remember reading the Castles and Cathedral books by David Macauley in the late 1970s. The PBS films were a treat. Had not seen the Mills film until this YouTube search.
Hermitage Castle, the strength of Liddesdale. An important stronghold for the Scottish Marches. Its holder, the Keeper of Liddesdale, usually had equal status to the Scottish Wardens of the Marches.
Student Green is people!
I have such a boner right now
Was waiting for Dr. Z to say something about the henchman's trigger discipline was quite disappointed when nothing was said.
Great premiere cant wait for the rest of the season to come out.
Maybe DR.Z was just waiting for the henchman to shoot himself so he would have BLUNDERED FOR THE LAST TIME!
Also, is the youtube premier technically two episodes or one?
henchmen are expected to shoot randomly
Over the last six months the FSA and the battle for Aleppo has transitioned from a full-on frontline assault into a slow-paced but still deadly sniper war. Photographer and videographer Robert King recently returned to the conflict-ravaged city to meet the snipers of the FSA, interviewing them about the new challenges they face on the ground as they steadfastly peer through their scopes and pick off the enemy, one by one, day by day.
(I can not into embed Vice)
Man, all politics aside, my dream job would be teaching the fundamentals of marksmanship to rebels.
Oh wow, some still sympathise with Snackbars.
I'm sure the US Gov would fund you to do so as a military adviser.
I would like to know how they zeroed their optics. Since I've never seen proper shooting ranges used by rebels do they bore sight it and then make adjustments in the field or do they actually shoot at known range targets in non combat heavy areas?
>>has transitioned from a full-on frontline assault into a slow-paced but still deadly sniper war.
I read that as:
They're losing and have run out of heavy weapons and are low in numbers
Guy does a review of his Beretta while using a speech jammer.
Ma-ma-ma-ma mamma say dat guns is da devil.
Oh my god. MY sides are in orbit. I want a speech jammer so I can take it to work and act retarded when I'm alone at night.
Yeah, this happens to me when I'm in a skype convo and I can hear myself over their mic. Although, nowhere near this scale of hilarity.
Ask and you shall receive. https://sites.google.com/site/qurihara/top-english/speechjammer/lt
Just make sure you use good earbuds/headphones and turn it up LOUD. It need to be loud enough that you can't hear your own voice over the sound of your voice being played back.
>hickok45 5 hours ago
>"Speech Jammer," my foot. I live just up the road from the Jack Daniel's Distillery; I know quite well what causes that sort of speech!
>· 45 [Thumbs up]
that made my night. where do i get one?
free app for smartphones, but there is also a PC version found here https://sites.google.com/site/qurihara/top-english/speechjammer/lt
Doesn't work for me since I don't have any headphones that block out the sound of my own voice.
i found this more enjoyable than I probably should have
Was that so hard?
Oh let me guess, this is that buttcoin propaganda one?
Clicking random youtube vids with friends and this came up actually alot better then Bob Dole would have thought it to be.
Honestly its a very good watch quite informative about the banking industry.
Pretty good French movie about fighting in Algeria in the 50s.
Oh you beautiful black bastard you've done it again. My sides left orbit when he brought up .40 ... which I own.
So if it never went off then how is that nearly being killed? Every car that passes you while you walk down the sidewalk doesn't count as nearly getting run over.
But I carry both, where do I fit in?
You're a woman. Go be indecisive somewhere else.
I wonder what he has to say about revolver carriers and 10mm Auto carriers.
I really hope he makes a Deagle Brand Deagle troll as well. Best all around gun ever to conceal carry. :D
I think he just means that it was something he had to disarm. I know most of OPchan is composed of thuper secret tier 1 assets who blew up half a continent while getting their dick wet but I'm going to say having to fuck around with the workings of something meant to asplode you still qualifies as "almost killing you".
Anyone catch this? Fucking riveting a shit. Just goes to show you how fucked up Afghanistan really is.
Honestly, the terrain and the tribal, retarded nature of the afghans makes them PERFECT for shooting at cavalry-
They're naturally going to fight in small, mobile bands of foot in broken terrain, which horse do rather poorly against. Even of they match and kill all of them, they lose a number of hard to replace cavalrymen and horses in exchange for some backwards goatfuckers with rifles.
Not a good trade. Worse if one of them was an administrator to boot.
Without highly skilled foot of you own, what in the fuck do you do about it?
Saw this today http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/world/la-fg-afghanistan-uprising-20130602,0,877331.story
Apparently 1 man got fed up when the Taliban came to kill his son for spying on them and now has united over 340 villages against the Taliban, while working with police and ANA.
U.S. leader in the are realized that US military intervention would probably kill the rebellion.
The Lion of Panjir has reincarnated
That's really great news. Obviously any sort of direct support is out of the question but I hope in the future we recognize the best way to help against the Taliban is indirectly funding/supporting the locals.
It'll be messy, there'll be corruption, but if Afghanistan has taught everyone anything in history it's that you're much better served using soft power to back a dog in the fight than to get on all fours and try to fight the other dogs yourself.
>It'll be messy, there'll be corruption
probably not anymore then there is now.
Yeah I feel like change if Afghanistan is like rehab, it only works if they want it, if they do it for someone else it's just not gonna work
Yup. I don't like the fetish we have for trying to (And failing at) create western style nation-states everywhere and treat federalism like it's this godawful taboo.