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joshpeck:

sidegf:

shes 11

she’s 8

dallasclayton:

Puppy
dallasclayton:

Little voice

dallasclayton:

Little voice

getwiththe40s:

By @barriodandy “A FREE * ALL AGES COMMUNITY #BARRIOBOOGIE EVENT.. THIS SUNDAY 21ST OF SEPTEMBER…
Ladies & Gentlemen, Hepcats & HepKittens, Pachucos Y Pachucas Because you demanded it! We are bringing the Boogie to the streets for an all-ages celebration! 
Jeanette Godoy X Jake Prendez X J.C. de Luna Presents :

Calling Out The Dancers, Hepcats and Kittens, The Pachucos ,Pachucas and Pin-UPs. JOIN US !!! This Sunday September 21 at #Mariachi Plaza in Historic #BoyleHeights an ALL AGES FREE Event for our Community. Spend a Sunday afternoon with us !!! We are Calling out the Dancers, the Pin-Ups, the Hepcats and Kittens, the #Pachucos y #pachucas lets dance! 
Celebrating the Music,Estilo, Cultura y History of the Barrio. This is the first event of its kind at the plaza so come out, join us and help make it a monthly event. *All Vintage Music #1940s to mid #1950s, Dancing, Vendors, Local Artisans, Art, great local food vendors

FREE PRE 1955 CLASSIC CAR SHOW by Los #Viejitos car club. 
MUSIC BY : 
DJ Niko Koya
DJ Jump Blues Richard Landeros
DJ SweetSue East Los ***************************************************************
This is a Pre-Pachuco Boogie Sunday event. 
#PachucoBoogieSundays STARTS at 8PM
The Pachuco Boogie Show Starring Pachuco Jose and His Jubilee Train is held every third sunday of the month at Eastside Luv wine bar y QueSo across the street from Mariachi Plaza. #PachucoBoogie is a 21+ W/Id doors open at 8pm to 1:30am $5 Strict dress code, collar shirt required.
Dress classic and dapper. 1940s to 1950s Vintage style is not required but definitely Appreciated!!! SPONSORED BY: The Boyle Heights Farmers Market & Barrio Dandy Vintage” via @PhotoRepost_app by gollygee_vintage http://ift.tt/1tkCZHp

Zoot suits!

getwiththe40s:

By @barriodandy “A FREE * ALL AGES COMMUNITY #BARRIOBOOGIE EVENT.. THIS SUNDAY 21ST OF SEPTEMBER…
Ladies & Gentlemen, Hepcats & HepKittens, Pachucos Y Pachucas Because you demanded it! We are bringing the Boogie to the streets for an all-ages celebration!
Jeanette Godoy X Jake Prendez X J.C. de Luna Presents :

Calling Out The Dancers, Hepcats and Kittens, The Pachucos ,Pachucas and Pin-UPs. JOIN US !!! This Sunday September 21 at #Mariachi Plaza in Historic #BoyleHeights an ALL AGES FREE Event for our Community. Spend a Sunday afternoon with us !!! We are Calling out the Dancers, the Pin-Ups, the Hepcats and Kittens, the #Pachucos y #pachucas lets dance!
Celebrating the Music,Estilo, Cultura y History of the Barrio. This is the first event of its kind at the plaza so come out, join us and help make it a monthly event. *All Vintage Music #1940s to mid #1950s, Dancing, Vendors, Local Artisans, Art, great local food vendors

FREE PRE 1955 CLASSIC CAR SHOW by Los #Viejitos car club.
MUSIC BY :
DJ Niko Koya
DJ Jump Blues Richard Landeros
DJ SweetSue East Los ***************************************************************
This is a Pre-Pachuco Boogie Sunday event.
#PachucoBoogieSundays STARTS at 8PM
The Pachuco Boogie Show Starring Pachuco Jose and His Jubilee Train is held every third sunday of the month at Eastside Luv wine bar y QueSo across the street from Mariachi Plaza. #PachucoBoogie is a 21+ W/Id doors open at 8pm to 1:30am $5 Strict dress code, collar shirt required.
Dress classic and dapper. 1940s to 1950s Vintage style is not required but definitely Appreciated!!! SPONSORED BY: The Boyle Heights Farmers Market & Barrio Dandy Vintage” via @PhotoRepost_app by gollygee_vintage http://ift.tt/1tkCZHp

Zoot suits!

getwiththe40s:

Shown is Cpt. Charles L. Thomas of the 614th Tank Destroyer Battalion receiving the distinguished service cross in 1945, however in 1944 as a 1st Lt. he earned the Medal of Honor. His citation reads as such; “For extraordinary heroism in action on December 14, 1944, near Climbach, France. While riding in the lead vehicle of a task force organized to storm and capture the village of Climbach, France, then First Lieutenant Thomas’s armored scout car was subjected to intense enemy artillery, self-propelled gun, and small arms fire. Although wounded by the initial burst of hostile fire, Lieutenant Thomas signalled the remainder of the column to halt and, despite the severity of his wounds, assisted the crew of the wrecked car in dismounting. Upon leaving the scant protection which the vehicle afforded, Lieutenant Thomas was again subjected to a hail of enemy fire which inflicted multiple gunshot wounds in his chest, legs, and left arm. Despite the intense pain caused by these wounds, Lieutenant Thomas ordered and directed the dispersion and emplacement of two antitank guns which in a few moments were promptly and effectively returning the enemy fire. Realizing that he could no longer remain in command of the platoon, he signalled to the platoon commander to join him. Lieutenant Thomas then thoroughly oriented him on enemy gun dispositions and the general situation. Only after he was certain that his junior officer was in full control of the situation did he permit himself to be evacuated. First Lieutenant Thomas’ outstanding heroism were an inspiration to his men and exemplify the highest traditions of the Armed Forces.” Thomas left the army in 1947 at the rank of Major and passed away many years later  in 1980. by photosofww2 http://ift.tt/XlVjTF

getwiththe40s:

Shown is Cpt. Charles L. Thomas of the 614th Tank Destroyer Battalion receiving the distinguished service cross in 1945, however in 1944 as a 1st Lt. he earned the Medal of Honor. His citation reads as such; “For extraordinary heroism in action on December 14, 1944, near Climbach, France. While riding in the lead vehicle of a task force organized to storm and capture the village of Climbach, France, then First Lieutenant Thomas’s armored scout car was subjected to intense enemy artillery, self-propelled gun, and small arms fire. Although wounded by the initial burst of hostile fire, Lieutenant Thomas signalled the remainder of the column to halt and, despite the severity of his wounds, assisted the crew of the wrecked car in dismounting. Upon leaving the scant protection which the vehicle afforded, Lieutenant Thomas was again subjected to a hail of enemy fire which inflicted multiple gunshot wounds in his chest, legs, and left arm. Despite the intense pain caused by these wounds, Lieutenant Thomas ordered and directed the dispersion and emplacement of two antitank guns which in a few moments were promptly and effectively returning the enemy fire. Realizing that he could no longer remain in command of the platoon, he signalled to the platoon commander to join him. Lieutenant Thomas then thoroughly oriented him on enemy gun dispositions and the general situation. Only after he was certain that his junior officer was in full control of the situation did he permit himself to be evacuated. First Lieutenant Thomas’ outstanding heroism were an inspiration to his men and exemplify the highest traditions of the Armed Forces.” Thomas left the army in 1947 at the rank of Major and passed away many years later in 1980. by photosofww2 http://ift.tt/XlVjTF

bunsen:

trying to make a situation better but ending up making it worse like

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hadeiadel:

First day at school, Gaza, Palestine.


& the kids here think they have it tough

hadeiadel:

First day at school, Gaza, Palestine.

& the kids here think they have it tough

moarrrmagazine:

Frostbeard's handcrafted book candles 

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mayahan:

Space-Saving Design Ideas

Space saving furniture

Love mods!