NRA

Where Freedom Lives There Is My Country!

johnnythehorse:

via LeRoy MoFo

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johnnythehorse:

via LeRoy MoFo

sagan-indiana:

Diagram of the Supreme Ultimate, from the Compendium of Diagrams (detail), 1623 Zhang Huang (1527-1608).Taiji means “supreme ultimate,” and as such the diagram symbolizes the fundamental Taoist view of the structure of reality, namely that beyond the duality of phenomenal existence, created through the interaction of yin and yang.

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sagan-indiana:

Diagram of the Supreme Ultimate, from the Compendium of Diagrams (detail), 1623 Zhang Huang (1527-1608).

Taiji means “supreme ultimate,” and as such the diagram symbolizes the fundamental Taoist view of the structure of reality, namely that beyond the duality of phenomenal existence, created through the interaction of yin and yang.

moldypages:

American Republics Cruise Line
National Geographic 1939

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moldypages:

American Republics Cruise Line

National Geographic 1939

gameraboy:

Anti-litter campaign in Times Suare, 1955. Via @makingofs

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gameraboy:

Anti-litter campaign in Times Suare, 1955. Via @makingofs

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gameraboy:

Epcot Center advertising supplement from Black Enterprise, December 1983.

damsellover:

Linda Stirling in Zorro’s Black Whip (1944)

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damsellover:

Linda Stirling in Zorro’s Black Whip (1944)

"Scott and Zelda’s friends from the Jazz Age would doubtless have spit up into their morning coffee—or, more likely, into teacups filled with bathtub gin—to find the pair, almost a century after their meeting, not a poignant footnote to an ill-named time but an enduring legend of the West, a subject adaptable for movies and novels and probably paper dolls and ice shows."

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Adam Gopnik reviews two new books about the couple. (via newyorker)

humanoidhistory:

FREE LABOR WILL WIN — 1942 propaganda poster by Anton Bruehl for the United States War Production Board. (Northwestern)

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humanoidhistory:

FREE LABOR WILL WIN — 1942 propaganda poster by Anton Bruehl for the United States War Production Board. (Northwestern)

gameraboy:

Disney World ad, 1984

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gameraboy:

Disney World ad, 1984

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magictransistor:

 Johann Grasshoff. Alchemical Notebook. 1620.