jibadojo:

Kamon 家紋 - Japanese emblems used to decorate and identify an individual or family.

#36 is the Hojo clan, some of the most famous castle builders of Hyr- Japan

jibadojo:

Kamon 家紋 - Japanese emblems used to decorate and identify an individual or family.

#36 is the Hojo clan, some of the most famous castle builders of Hyr- Japan

wildboysandwhiskey:

angelclark:

99-Year-Old Lady Sews A Dress A Day For Children In Need 

Lillian Weber, a 99-year-old good Samaritan from Iowa, has spent the last few years sewing a dress a day for the Little Dresses For Africa charity, a Christian organization that distributes dresses to children in need in Africa and elsewhere.

Weber’s goal is to make 1,000 dresses by the time she turns 100 on May 6th. So far, she’s made more than 840. Though she says she could make two a day, she only makes one – but each single dress she makes per day is personalized with careful stitchwork. She hopes that each little girl who receives her dress can take pride in her new garment.

This is so incredibly precious, this actually makes me tear up with happiness!

(via mentalalchemy)

My brother’s wife likes all of my anti state posts on facebook. It’s pretty awesome

tomorrowfutureisnow:

unexplained-events:

Strange Marine Creature

This strange creature was filmed underwater by drillers in the deep ocean. It is unknown what the creature is exactly, but theories about the mysterious animal range from a jellyfish to an unknown marine version of the Loch Ness monster to a whale placenta. It looks like an underwater dementor.

VIDEO

It’s called Deepstaria enigmatica

This is insane

(via unexplained-events)

priceofliberty:

unexplained-events:

Raining Spiders

In the southern Brazilian town of Santo Antônio da Platina, hundreds of spiders can be seen hanging from telephone and power poles.

The species of spider are Anelosimus eximius, which are classified as social spiders. They weave a massive web which allows them to capture bigger or more prey than an individual spider’s web would.

holy fuck NO

Dude I had an awesome day. Pool, sun, gym work, conversation with a cool girl, italian food. Woot

carpe-diem-rah:

Dude, that sounds like such a great time!

I sort of assumed I burned her out, but she asked if I’d like to hang out soon again and told me that I’m like a breath of fresh air. Always remember to take charge of yourself. Be concise. Be confident. Be kind. Be gracious. Be a warrior. Life will respond in kind.

carpe-diem-rah:

butmuhgains:

alibertarianreality:

butmuhgains:

alibertarianreality:

ayoungconservativeblog:

thejacksonjeffersoncollaboration:

aheatforlove:

erika-medie:

mapsontheweb:

If the Confederate States of America Reunited

That’s pretty interesting.

What the hell why not

because the entire area would be poorer because many of those state are net receivers from the Federal government?Because geopolitical reality would mean that we’d have access to only the Gulf and the Atlantic and that we’d be easily choked out in wartime?Because most of those state’s largest trade partner are states that aren’t those states?

So, while I don’t think this is a good idea, it would very possibly work. A good portion (link) of the armed forces that the United States has comes from the southern states, and those states would also be rather self sufficient if they formed a nation. They would likely have a well armed, well trained Army, Navy, etc. The power grid that runs in Texas is also extremely useful, and with the existing lines and wires it wouldn’t be hard to create another power grid. Not having access to any water but the Gulf and the Atlantic would be rather problematic as far as war, but with air travel things of the sort that wouldn’t be as limited as it would have in the past. I still don’t think that it should happen, but I think one day in the not so distant future the United States will begin to split up.

This would also imply that the same federal regulations would be in place in the confederate states. With America’s economic ties, seed/land bank regulations, and all that the Souths agriculture power house has been largely dormant. With a large section of the beef industry and plentiful and incredibly fertile land residing in the South, there’s a strong chance their economic status would improve.

>south secedes
>confederate government allows drilling, energy production, and manufacturing
>becomes richer than the north

And almost forgot, as
berserkerjerk
said, With the South would probably come more conservative leaning swing states, Oklahoma, maybe parts of New Mexico, Arizona, ect. The South would be freed of Northern companies’ continued unfair business acts that contributed to tensions pre-civil war. Basically, if the South wanted to, they could. It would be a damn brawl, but the gun toting southerners with a higher sense of state pride than any northerner has ever had won’t go down easily. Not to mention there’s no rallying cry from civil rights activists that could respark the North’s will to fight after a long drawn out conflict.

Get Alaska on board and the Confederacy 2: Electric Boogaloo is set

I think that MANY other states would join up as well.

South Floridian hereI’d be down to exchange my citizenship

carpe-diem-rah:

butmuhgains:

alibertarianreality:

butmuhgains:

alibertarianreality:

ayoungconservativeblog:

thejacksonjeffersoncollaboration:

aheatforlove:

erika-medie:

mapsontheweb:

If the Confederate States of America Reunited

That’s pretty interesting.

What the hell why not

because the entire area would be poorer because many of those state are net receivers from the Federal government?

Because geopolitical reality would mean that we’d have access to only the Gulf and the Atlantic and that we’d be easily choked out in wartime?

Because most of those state’s largest trade partner are states that aren’t those states?

So, while I don’t think this is a good idea, it would very possibly work. A good portion (link) of the armed forces that the United States has comes from the southern states, and those states would also be rather self sufficient if they formed a nation. They would likely have a well armed, well trained Army, Navy, etc. The power grid that runs in Texas is also extremely useful, and with the existing lines and wires it wouldn’t be hard to create another power grid. Not having access to any water but the Gulf and the Atlantic would be rather problematic as far as war, but with air travel things of the sort that wouldn’t be as limited as it would have in the past. I still don’t think that it should happen, but I think one day in the not so distant future the United States will begin to split up.

This would also imply that the same federal regulations would be in place in the confederate states. With America’s economic ties, seed/land bank regulations, and all that the Souths agriculture power house has been largely dormant. With a large section of the beef industry and plentiful and incredibly fertile land residing in the South, there’s a strong chance their economic status would improve.

>south secedes

>confederate government allows drilling, energy production, and manufacturing

>becomes richer than the north

And almost forgot, as
berserkerjerk
said, With the South would probably come more conservative leaning swing states, Oklahoma, maybe parts of New Mexico, Arizona, ect. The South would be freed of Northern companies’ continued unfair business acts that contributed to tensions pre-civil war. Basically, if the South wanted to, they could. It would be a damn brawl, but the gun toting southerners with a higher sense of state pride than any northerner has ever had won’t go down easily. Not to mention there’s no rallying cry from civil rights activists that could respark the North’s will to fight after a long drawn out conflict.

Get Alaska on board and the Confederacy 2: Electric Boogaloo is set

I think that MANY other states would join up as well.

South Floridian here
I’d be down to exchange my citizenship