Behind the scenes with Shane Taylor, Dexter Fletcher (looking badass) and Rick Warden.

"Do you drink?”
“Of course I drink, I just told you I was a writer."
— Stephen King (via thisdizzydream)

"While we were in Toccoa, Captain Sobel told us, “Anybody who makes expert rifleman gets a three-day pass.” Me and one other guy, Buck Taylor, made expert. Well, Toccoa, Georgia, is three states away from Virginia, where I lived. Popeye and I were good friends by then. He asked, “You going home, Shifty?”
“Nah,” I said, “I don’t have enough money.”
“I’ll take care of that,” Popeye said. He got one of those steel helmets and walked through the barracks giving a big talk: “Shifty’s got three days off and doesn’t have enough money to get home. Everybody chip in a bit. Here—I’m going to start it with five dollars.” He placed a pill in the helmet. Everybody else threw in a dollar or fifty cents, whatever they had. Popeye handed it to me to count. “How much money you got in there, Shifty? You got enough?”
“Yeah,” I said. “In fact, I’ve got a little bit left over.”
Popeye grinned. “Then give me my damn five dollars back.”"
— Shifty Powers, We Who Are Alive and Remain: Untold Stories of The Band of Brothers (via johnblakeds)


A man who became known for claiming he was the sailor kissing a woman in Times Square in a famous World War II-era photo taken by a Life magazine photographer died on March 9th. Glenn McDuffie was 86.


Bits of our apartment. 

Book Suggestions?

book suggestions anyone? I need a fiction novel for my English class. Something with significant meaning. perhaps something historical or classic. Id appreciate any ideas :) 


Thomas Kretchsmann, the Greatest Nazi “reenactor”. 

  1. Stalingrad (1993);
  2. Stalingrad (2013);
  3. The Pianist (2002);
  4. U-571 (2000);
  5. Downfall (2004);
  6. Eichmann (2007);
  7. Valkyrie (2008).