god bless the man who saved this dog & god bless this amazing little warrior! it hurts to see the first images but it makes me so happy to see the last one! such a strong little pup. there’s a special place in hell for whoever left the dog in those conditions.
this brought me to tears
I had to reblog i am a dog lover!Some people repulse me.
poor little baby
this man has a beautiful soul
While you’re groveling over your first world bullshit problems remember, there’s someone out there who really needs your help.
And this is why you always reblog RDJ
THEY DON’T TEACH FRENCH IN JAIL
Details of the Hubble (Ultra) Deep Field. You’re looking approximately 13 billion years back in time.
THANK FUCK IT’S CHRISTMAS // a mix for roasting chestnuts and decorating the tree, for snowball fights and wrapping presents, for tradition and brand new toys, for the best goddamn time of the year [listen] [keep]
Matt McConnell, of McConnell Studios, pushes the boundaries of sculpture with not only his use of materials, but how he uses them and his latest piece is no exception. Rhythm had a home waiting for it at The Omni Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee, which sits adjacent to the new Nashville Music City Center and The Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum, so it’s only natural that this massive sculpture would be music-related.
Early 17th Century Combination Warhammer and Warpick/Six Shot Gun
Has six barrels concealed on it for six shots. The head contains five barrels, the muzzle is concealed by a hinged cover forming the edge of the hammer. The topmost barrel is ignited by a matchlock fitted on one side of the head, its mechanism concealed by a brass plate cut out and engraved in the form of a lion. The second barrel has a wheel lock ignition system, the mechanism of which occupies most of the outer surface of the opposite side of the axe-head. There is a tubular extension to the pan of the wheel lock intended to hold a length of match which would be ignited by the flash of the priming and then withdrawn to ignite the three remaining barrels. A sixth barrel, also hand-ignited, is concealed within the haft.
Part of the Royal Armouries Collection, on display at the Tower of London.