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reminiscence: artist-dali: Archeological Reminiscence Milletโ€™s Angelus, 1935, Salvador Dali
reminiscence: artist-dali:

Archeological Reminiscence Milletโ€™s Angelus, 1935, Salvador Dali

artist-dali: Archeological Reminiscence Milletโ€™s Angelus, 1935, Salvador Dali

reminiscence: magictransistor:Kansuke Yamamoto. Reminiscence. 1953.
reminiscence: magictransistor:Kansuke Yamamoto. Reminiscence. 1953.

magictransistor:Kansuke Yamamoto. Reminiscence. 1953.

reminiscence: VETERANS COM ERST 92-YEAR-OLD VETERAN'S FLAGS BURNED TO ASHESIN LAS VEGAS LIKE IF YOU WANT THESE BASTARDS DEAD A 92-year-old veteran is heartbroken after three of his American flags and a U.S. Navy flag were burned to ashes. William Barclay says he went outside to let his dog go to the bathroom Wednesday morning when he noticed his U.S. Navy flag was burned to ashes and one of his American flags was in shreds. He also saw the two American flags flying on his car were burnt to ashes too. "I picked up the flag like this and I said what the heck? What happened to my flag?" Barclay was drafted into the Navy when he was 18 years old. He was a Signalman during World War II. That meant he was responsible for all messages via the American flag on his ship, the USS Stockdale. "I handled the flag the whole two years I was there," he said. Barclay's time served in the Navy explains why he flies his flags so high and why they mean so much to him. He can't understand why someone would burn them. "What I'm mad about is all I went through with this American flag on my ship and then I come home and put it up and somebody does this to me." Methods of leftist activists, who are likely to blame for the epidemic of flag arsons, are very reminiscent of the actions of Nazi stormtroopers, who also looted shops, burned cars and flags. The main aim of the Left is to break the existing system and at any cost to discredit everything that is dear to hearts of all American patriots. The burning of flags can only be stopped by a harsh and inevitable punishment. veteranscomefirst veterans_us Veterans Usveterans veteransUSA SupportVeterans Politics USA America Patriots Gratitude HonorVets thankvets supportourtroops semperfi USMC USCG USAF Navy Army military godblessourmilitary soldier holdthegovernmentaccountable RememberEveryoneDeployed Usflag StarsandStripes
reminiscence: VETERANS
 COM
 ERST
 92-YEAR-OLD VETERAN'S FLAGS
 BURNED TO ASHESIN LAS VEGAS
 LIKE IF YOU WANT THESE BASTARDS DEAD
A 92-year-old veteran is heartbroken after three of his American flags and a U.S. Navy flag were burned to ashes. William Barclay says he went outside to let his dog go to the bathroom Wednesday morning when he noticed his U.S. Navy flag was burned to ashes and one of his American flags was in shreds. He also saw the two American flags flying on his car were burnt to ashes too. "I picked up the flag like this and I said what the heck? What happened to my flag?" Barclay was drafted into the Navy when he was 18 years old. He was a Signalman during World War II. That meant he was responsible for all messages via the American flag on his ship, the USS Stockdale. "I handled the flag the whole two years I was there," he said. Barclay's time served in the Navy explains why he flies his flags so high and why they mean so much to him. He can't understand why someone would burn them. "What I'm mad about is all I went through with this American flag on my ship and then I come home and put it up and somebody does this to me." Methods of leftist activists, who are likely to blame for the epidemic of flag arsons, are very reminiscent of the actions of Nazi stormtroopers, who also looted shops, burned cars and flags. The main aim of the Left is to break the existing system and at any cost to discredit everything that is dear to hearts of all American patriots. The burning of flags can only be stopped by a harsh and inevitable punishment. veteranscomefirst veterans_us Veterans Usveterans veteransUSA SupportVeterans Politics USA America Patriots Gratitude HonorVets thankvets supportourtroops semperfi USMC USCG USAF Navy Army military godblessourmilitary soldier holdthegovernmentaccountable RememberEveryoneDeployed Usflag StarsandStripes

A 92-year-old veteran is heartbroken after three of his American flags and a U.S. Navy flag were burned to ashes. William Barclay says he...

reminiscence: 78 . Merry Christmas Eve Gothamites! Looking for the perfect modern Batman tale to read in honor of the holiday? Then Lee Bermejo's one shot graphic novel 'Batman: Noรซl' is the one for you! Written and illustrated by Bermejo with interior art by Barbara Ciardo (colors) and Todd Klein (letters), the late 2011 story mixes Batman lore and elements from Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol". Taking place during Christmas in Gotham City, Batman tracks down a struggling worker wrapped up in a Joker scheme named Bob Cratchit. With no intel, Batman lets him go but places a tracker on him. While in the Batcave coughing from an apparent cold, Bruce watches Bob and his son Tim in their home with a surveillance camera, wanting to arrest him now. But his butler Alfred reminds him having his son involved can lead to drastic consequences, as he experienced with the late Jason Todd (represented by Jacob Marley). Then, Batman responds to the sudden Bat-Signal, where Commissioner Gordon tells Batman that Catwoman (the Ghost of Christmas Past) has information about the Joker, but demands that she only talks to Batman. Confronting Catwoman, Batman discovers that she was lying and they reminisce about old times together. After their encounter, Batman is confronted by Superman (the Ghost of Christmas Present), who after using his x-ray vision on Batman, discovers he is coming down with pneumonia, but Batman ignores his concern. Returning to his Batmobile, the vehicle explodes and knocks out the Caped Crusader. The Joker (the Ghost of Christmas Future) arrives and drags Batman's body to the Gotham cemetery and buries him alive. While buried, Batman suffers visions of Gotham in chaos after his death and reflects on his own grim black and white view of the world since Jason Todd passed. Digging himself free, Batman saves Bob and Tim from Joker. Temped to kill Joker, Batman talks Bob out of it to be a good representation for his son. Refusing to kill him and the Joker arrested, Bruce Wayne gives Bob a raise and a better Christmas Tree. In the end the narrator reveals himself to be Bob, asking his son Tim the moral of the story. We'll have more Batman Christmas stories tomorrow so stay tuned!
reminiscence: 78 .
Merry Christmas Eve Gothamites! Looking for the perfect modern Batman tale to read in honor of the holiday? Then Lee Bermejo's one shot graphic novel 'Batman: Noรซl' is the one for you! Written and illustrated by Bermejo with interior art by Barbara Ciardo (colors) and Todd Klein (letters), the late 2011 story mixes Batman lore and elements from Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol". Taking place during Christmas in Gotham City, Batman tracks down a struggling worker wrapped up in a Joker scheme named Bob Cratchit. With no intel, Batman lets him go but places a tracker on him. While in the Batcave coughing from an apparent cold, Bruce watches Bob and his son Tim in their home with a surveillance camera, wanting to arrest him now. But his butler Alfred reminds him having his son involved can lead to drastic consequences, as he experienced with the late Jason Todd (represented by Jacob Marley). Then, Batman responds to the sudden Bat-Signal, where Commissioner Gordon tells Batman that Catwoman (the Ghost of Christmas Past) has information about the Joker, but demands that she only talks to Batman. Confronting Catwoman, Batman discovers that she was lying and they reminisce about old times together. After their encounter, Batman is confronted by Superman (the Ghost of Christmas Present), who after using his x-ray vision on Batman, discovers he is coming down with pneumonia, but Batman ignores his concern. Returning to his Batmobile, the vehicle explodes and knocks out the Caped Crusader. The Joker (the Ghost of Christmas Future) arrives and drags Batman's body to the Gotham cemetery and buries him alive. While buried, Batman suffers visions of Gotham in chaos after his death and reflects on his own grim black and white view of the world since Jason Todd passed. Digging himself free, Batman saves Bob and Tim from Joker. Temped to kill Joker, Batman talks Bob out of it to be a good representation for his son. Refusing to kill him and the Joker arrested, Bruce Wayne gives Bob a raise and a better Christmas Tree. In the end the narrator reveals himself to be Bob, asking his son Tim the moral of the story. We'll have more Batman Christmas stories tomorrow so stay tuned!

Merry Christmas Eve Gothamites! Looking for the perfect modern Batman tale to read in honor of the holiday? Then Lee Bermejo's one shot g...

reminiscence: br PRESENTS GRIDIRON HEIGHTS โ€œNOW GRONK EAT DEAD BIRD LEG!โ€ GridironHeights stars are thankful for a lot as they reminisce at Jerry Jonesโ€™ table this Thanksgiving.
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 PRESENTS
 GRIDIRON
 HEIGHTS
โ€œNOW GRONK EAT DEAD BIRD LEG!โ€ GridironHeights stars are thankful for a lot as they reminisce at Jerry Jonesโ€™ table this Thanksgiving.

โ€œNOW GRONK EAT DEAD BIRD LEG!โ€ GridironHeights stars are thankful for a lot as they reminisce at Jerry Jonesโ€™ table this Thanksgiving.