I'm sure this won't be a popular stamp, but there again, I don't really care. I am proud to be an American, I'm proud of the values our country was founded on, founded on, not keeps. I am ashamed of our government, I'm ashamed of the state our country is in. I'm ashamed of our foreign policy, I'm ashamed of our policies towards our own people, I think our government is a sham that couldn't give less of a shit about the American people, it's soldiers, or our brothers and sisters in other countries. If I could, I would apologize to Russia for the idiotic ' punishing parent' our politicians have had towards them, I would apologize to the people over seas who's family members we've killed and who's lives we've destroyed. I support the troops, I pray that God brings them home safely, I thank their families for their sacrifice but seriously, someone needs to slap some of those fucking idiots in Washington. If you want to use this, just use it.
something I've been fiddling around in 3ds max during after-work hours, a 3D version of my avatar [link]
kinda reminds me of the taxi cab from the movie Fifth Element.
since only the helmet is finished, I thought It would be fun to tease a little with a dev ID
It still makes my stomach churn to think that there's people out there who think Marx's philosophy can work.
I always say this: when you focus on the atrocities that the Nazis committed too much, you tend to forget about Marxism and the mountains of corpses it left in its wake. That's why you see Che Guevara on t-shirts and crap like that!
The Nazis have been covered so much that you're beating a dead horse when you study them. How often have the atrocities of Lenin, Stalin, and Mao been covered? Not as often.
Because of such a blissful ignorance of their atrocities, we have people online who think this system can work... while the people who actually have the balls to study it wouldn't support it with a soup ladel.
My, my, my... people are SO asshurt over the fact that I DARED to speak out against their sacred cow. Mission accomplished!
A relatively new addition to my collection, a 1917 pattern Officers Service Dress jacket dated 1918. The 1917 pattern moved the rank from the cuffs of the jacket to the epaulettes, this had been the case for Guards Regiments and ranks above Colonel since the start of the Great War but the 1917 pattern, nicknamed the 'windup tunic' extended this to all Officer ranks. It was actually far less conspicuous to wear rank in this manner which was an important factor with German snipers about.