what i like
enchantedsleeper:

Howard Pyle

enchantedsleeper:

Howard Pyle

zeezrom:

Nude woman playing lyre
Howard Pyle

zeezrom:

Nude woman playing lyre

Howard Pyle

shelaughslikemarilyn:

first picture: Edgar Degas’ painting - Waiting

second pictureBrigitte Bardot at age 8 at her balet classes

Art and life. I wonder if this photo was staged? I think it probably was.

ungoliantschilde:

a Train Robbery, as painted by N.C. Wyeth.

ungoliantschilde:

a Train Robbery, as painted by N.C. Wyeth.

sciencefictiongallery:

Earle Bergey - This Way To Mars, 1951.

sciencefictiongallery:

Earle Bergey - This Way To Mars, 1951.

laliberty:

Tom Woods: On Labor Day, Celebrate Capital

Labor union activity is not responsible for the increase in living standards among American workers, who surpassed European workers in living standards at a time when European workers were far more heavily unionized. To the contrary, it was capital accumulation, which made possible greater production and therefore goods whose prices fell relative to wages, that made possible the miracles we observe today. Without capital accumulation, there would have been no wealth to satisfy union demands even if monopolistic labor agencies were a good idea.

retrogirly:

Rose McGowan

money laundering

womenwhokickass:

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Jeanne Hachette

Why she kicks ass:

  • When a snooty Disgraced French Duke came to conquer her town, with his army of degenerative psychopaths. This teenaged peasant grabbed a hatchet and buried it in his throat, kicked him square in the chest, and sending him flying off the very…
antigovernmentextremist:

Via Dan Mitchell
I like how statists of the left will often say “If you don’t like the laws why don’t you just leave?” and then as soon as Burger King does this they’re called traitors or unpatriotic. Now they’re calling for boycotts of BK. This may actually be one of those instances where I purchase a product as a show of support. Everyone benefits when businesses or corporations avoid burdensome tax rates. Not only will it likely result in cheaper products for consumers, it deprives the most immoral and unethical human institution of its primary source of funds. To quote Thoreau:

"If a thousand men were not to pay their tax-bills this year, that would not be a violent and bloody measure, as it would be to pay them, and enable the State to commit violence and shed innocent blood. This is, in fact, the definition of a peaceable revolution, if any such is possible.”

Kudos to you Burger King. You have not only a pragmatic but moral and ethical obligation to seek out cheaper tax rates under which to do business.

antigovernmentextremist:

Via Dan Mitchell

I like how statists of the left will often say “If you don’t like the laws why don’t you just leave?” and then as soon as Burger King does this they’re called traitors or unpatriotic. Now they’re calling for boycotts of BK. This may actually be one of those instances where I purchase a product as a show of support. Everyone benefits when businesses or corporations avoid burdensome tax rates. Not only will it likely result in cheaper products for consumers, it deprives the most immoral and unethical human institution of its primary source of funds. To quote Thoreau:

"If a thousand men were not to pay their tax-bills this year, that would not be a violent and bloody measure, as it would be to pay them, and enable the State to commit violence and shed innocent blood. This is, in fact, the definition of a peaceable revolution, if any such is possible.”

Kudos to you Burger King. You have not only a pragmatic but moral and ethical obligation to seek out cheaper tax rates under which to do business.