Where this come from?

22 year old surfing the web, geardo and a Infantry Officer in the U.S. Army

cerebralzero:

coffeeandspentbrass:

revengeofthemudbutt:

556operateitfagget:

/K/ member Delores Del Ruby shows how to make a view hole ak mag.

Oh my god i’m losing my sides.

>/K/

Minus the racism this is pretty funny. 

I am probably going to do this to one of my mags for shits and giggles.

Can you cut both sides or will that make it to weak? 

victran:

basedheisenberg:

>Dude goes into hospital with Ebola symptoms

>Check him out, ask him if he’s traveling lately

>”Oh I just got back from Liberia”

>Seems legit

>Send him home with antibiotics

>Has two days to roam downtown Dallas while showing Ebola symptoms

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fuck

Buying a pro-mask :p

victran:

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Rebloging Vic’sfeelings

So uh… Bought a air rifle to hunt squirrels that are living in my buddies new house…

Squirrel stew is coming soon…

*Looking at another Marines stack*

Me:

Holy shit he's stacked.

Buddy:

That's cuz he was in the army. They get medals for taking a shit.

That was amazing.

That was amazing.

(Source: emedemabri, via theonus)

conqueringfools:

sassysquats:

It may look like cat food but it is delicious. Cheesy buffalo chicken dip that I made from scratch in a crock pot ☺️

OH  MY GOD airbornebear

Bet my moms is better :p

conqueringfools:

sassysquats:

It may look like cat food but it is delicious. Cheesy buffalo chicken dip that I made from scratch in a crock pot ☺️

OH  MY GOD airbornebear

Bet my moms is better :p

conqueringfools:

airbornebear:

conqueringfools:

buck-nekkid:

So I have been thinking a lot about my future recently… I think I have decided to enlist if I don’t get picked up for Navy OCS. I need to help people. Thats why I am thinking Medic… I feel like it is what I am called to do…I wish I could explain it…

hell yeah, dude. fleet marine corpsman ftw

Screw fleet.

MI does the dying, fleet just does the flying airbornebear

Fact.

ghostburger:

HOLY FUCKING SHIT. I HAVE FOUND THE GOD PARTICLE.
Ingredients
2 cans Pillsbury refrigerated classic pizza crust 1 1/2 cups Muir Glen™ organic pizza sauce (from 15-oz can) 3 cups shredded mozzarella cheese (12 oz) 1 cup sliced pepperoni 1 tablespoon butter, if desired 

Steps
Heat oven to 400°F. Lightly spray large cookie sheet with cooking spray or drizzle with olive oil.
Measure diameter of tall-sided ovenproof pan. (Pan used was 6-inch in diameter with 4-inch high side.) Unroll 1 can of dough onto work surface; press out into thin layer. Cut out 3 (6-inch) rounds; place on cookie sheet. Bake 8 minutes. Remove from cookie sheet to cooling rack; cool.
Unroll remaining can of dough; cut 2 additional (6-inch) rounds from long edge of dough, leaving opposite side untouched. Place rounds on cooled cookie sheet. Bake 8 minutes. Remove from cookie sheet; cool.
Meanwhile, line pan with cooking parchment paper so that ends of paper stick up and out of pan. Cut long strip of dough at least 1/2 inch wider than height of pan. Carefully drape long strip of dough around inside edge of pan to line, leaving 1/2 inch hanging over outside edge of pan and bottom of pan open. Pinch seam to seal.
Carefully place 1 partially baked crust round in bottom of pan. Spread pizza sauce over crust; top with pepperoni slices and sprinkle with mozzarella cheese (when cheese melts, crust above will stick to it). Repeat to make 3 more layers. For top layer, place last crust over cheese; sprinkle with remaining cheese and arrange remaining pepperoni on top.
Fold overhanging dough over top layer of pizza cake to make a raised crust edge.
Bake 20 to 25 minutes or until dough around pizza cake is fully cooked. (To test, carefully pull up parchment paper to raise pizza cake out of pan.) Once completely baked, cool in pan 5 minutes. Remove pizza cake from pan; brush crust with butter. Use sharp knife to cut slices like you would a cake.



If the top crust begins to get too dark, place a strip of foil around the crust edge to prevent it from burning.


Use any sort of pizza toppings you like, or alternate each layer of pizza with a different set of toppings.
alternate each layer of pizza with a different set of toppings.ALTERNATE EACH LAYER. WITH DIFFERENT TOPPINGS.
GOOD FUCKING BYE WAIST.


Sardines on this…yummy.

ghostburger:


HOLY FUCKING SHIT. I HAVE FOUND THE GOD PARTICLE.

Ingredients

2 cans Pillsbury refrigerated classic pizza crust 
1 1/2 cups Muir Glen™ organic pizza sauce (from 15-oz can) 
3 cups shredded mozzarella cheese (12 oz) 
1 cup sliced pepperoni 
1 tablespoon butter, if desired 

Steps

  1. Heat oven to 400°F. Lightly spray large cookie sheet with cooking spray or drizzle with olive oil.
  2. Measure diameter of tall-sided ovenproof pan. (Pan used was 6-inch in diameter with 4-inch high side.) Unroll 1 can of dough onto work surface; press out into thin layer. Cut out 3 (6-inch) rounds; place on cookie sheet. Bake 8 minutes. Remove from cookie sheet to cooling rack; cool.
  3. Unroll remaining can of dough; cut 2 additional (6-inch) rounds from long edge of dough, leaving opposite side untouched. Place rounds on cooled cookie sheet. Bake 8 minutes. Remove from cookie sheet; cool.
  4. Meanwhile, line pan with cooking parchment paper so that ends of paper stick up and out of pan. Cut long strip of dough at least 1/2 inch wider than height of pan. Carefully drape long strip of dough around inside edge of pan to line, leaving 1/2 inch hanging over outside edge of pan and bottom of pan open. Pinch seam to seal.
  5. Carefully place 1 partially baked crust round in bottom of pan. Spread pizza sauce over crust; top with pepperoni slices and sprinkle with mozzarella cheese (when cheese melts, crust above will stick to it). Repeat to make 3 more layers. For top layer, place last crust over cheese; sprinkle with remaining cheese and arrange remaining pepperoni on top.
  6. Fold overhanging dough over top layer of pizza cake to make a raised crust edge.
  7. Bake 20 to 25 minutes or until dough around pizza cake is fully cooked. (To test, carefully pull up parchment paper to raise pizza cake out of pan.) Once completely baked, cool in pan 5 minutes. Remove pizza cake from pan; brush crust with butter. Use sharp knife to cut slices like you would a cake.
  • If the top crust begins to get too dark, place a strip of foil around the crust edge to prevent it from burning.
  • Use any sort of pizza toppings you like, or alternate each layer of pizza with a different set of toppings.

alternate each layer of pizza with a different set of toppings.
ALTERNATE EACH LAYER. WITH DIFFERENT TOPPINGS.

GOOD FUCKING BYE WAIST.

Sardines on this…yummy.

(Source: pillsbury.com, via conqueringfools)

slightly-estranged:

viewtifulash:

beautiful-laserz:

thatarabgirl:

whatpath:

Yes, lets imagine a world WITHOUT MUSLIMS, shall we?
Without Muslims you wouldn’t have:
Coffee

Cameras


Experimental Physics


Chess


Soap


Shampoo


Perfume/spirits


Irrigation


Crank-shaft, internal combustion engine, valves, pistons


Combination locks


Architectural innovation (pointed arch -European Gothic cathedrals adopted this technique as it made the building much stronger, rose windows, dome buildings, round towers, etc.)


Surgical instruments


Anesthesia


Windmill


Treatment of Cowpox


Fountain pen


Numbering system


Algebra/Trigonometry


Modern Cryptology


3 course meal (soup, meat/fish, fruit/nuts)


Crystal glasses


Carpets


Checks


Gardens used for beauty and meditation instead of for herbs and kitchen.

University
Optics
Music
Toothbrush
Hospitals
Bathing
Quilting
Mariner’s Compass
Soft drinks
Pendulum
Braille
Cosmetics
Plastic surgery
Calligraphy
Manufacturing of paper and cloth
It was a Muslim who realized that light ENTERS our eyes, unlike the Greeks who thought we EMITTED rays, and so invented a camera from this discovery.
It was a Muslim who first tried to FLY in 852, even though it is the Wright Brothers who have taken the credit.
It was a Muslim by the name of Jabir ibn Hayyan who was known as the founder of modern Chemistry. He transformed alchemy into chemistry. He invented: distillation, purification, oxidation, evaporation, and filtration. He also discovered sulfuric and nitric acid.
It is a Muslim, by the name of Al-Jazari who is known as the father of robotics.
It was a Muslim who was the architect for Henry V’s castle.
It was a Muslim who invented hollow needles to suck cataracts from eyes, a technique still used today.
It was a Muslim who actually discovered inoculation, not Jenner and Pasteur to treat cowpox. The West just brought it over from Turkey
It was Muslims who contributed much to mathematics like Algebra and Trigonometry, which was imported over to Europe 300 years later to Fibonnaci and the rest.
It was Muslims who discovered that the Earth was round 500 years before Galileo did.
The list goes on………..
Just imagine a world without Muslims. Now I think you probably meant, JUST IMAGINE A WORLD WITHOUT TERRORISTS. And then I would agree, the world would definitely be a better place without those pieces of filth. But to hold a whole group responsible for the actions of a few is ignorant and racist. No one would ever expect Christians or White people to be held responsible for the acts of Timothy McVeigh (Oklahoma bombing) or Andreas Brevik (Norway killing), or the gun man that shot Congresswoman Giffords in head, wounded 12 and killed 6 people, and rightly so because they had nothing to do with those incidents! Just like the rest of the 1.5 billion Muslims have nothing to do with this incident!
Sources:
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/how-islamic-inventors-changed-the-world-469452.html
http://articles.cnn.com/2010-01-29/world/muslim.inventions_1_hassani-inventions-muslim?_s=PM:WORLD
http://www.ummahedinburgh.co.uk/radio/files/Muslim-Invention-Article.pdf

BURN :)

 Forever reblog.

Not a edge in sight
bless 

Ok, ok, here we go. If you look up a lot of these, there pare plenty that are just plain wrong. First, there are a lot of instances where something was created in the Arab world before Islam. The Arab world was a center for scientific advancement, and Arab leaders were very keen on keeping records and preserving scientific history. Some are simply plain wrong. Numerals were around long before Islam. The concept of zero came from India decades before Islam. The oldest known combination lock came from a Roman period tomb. The first concepts for a windmill came from Babylon, thousands of years before Islam. Paper, well that was Egypt, thousands of years before Islam. The first recorded (non-powered) flight came from a Muslim, but the Wright brothers claim the first POWERED flight. Now things like calligraphy, well that’s been around as long as written language. Soap: Babylon. Surgical instruments: Greece. Hospitals: some say ancient Egypt, and some say Grece. The possible first “real” hospital, in Baghdad, was headed by a Christian. Bathing: well I know there were Roman bath houses. C’mon people, use your heads. Music? Please tell me you’re shitting me. How can anyone even begin to buy this? There are, of course, some very important things that came from Muslims, like Algebra (thus “al-jibr” being the origin) and the scientific method. I’m not saying that Islam is an inherently bad religion. There are countless instances of most major religions being radicalized, like during the crusades. All I’m saying is you should take things you see on the internet with a grain of salt. A simple internet check and put a damper on even the most well meaning posts.


Thought that the world was known to be round for centuries. Just common lore that it was flat….Copernicus?

slightly-estranged:

viewtifulash:

beautiful-laserz:

thatarabgirl:

whatpath:

Yes, lets imagine a world WITHOUT MUSLIMS, shall we?

Without Muslims you wouldn’t have:

  • Coffee
  • Cameras

  • Experimental Physics

  • Chess

  • Soap

  • Shampoo

  • Perfume/spirits

  • Irrigation

  • Crank-shaft, internal combustion engine, valves, pistons

  • Combination locks

  • Architectural innovation (pointed arch -European Gothic cathedrals adopted this technique as it made the building much stronger, rose windows, dome buildings, round towers, etc.)

  • Surgical instruments

  • Anesthesia

  • Windmill

  • Treatment of Cowpox

  • Fountain pen

  • Numbering system

  • Algebra/Trigonometry

  • Modern Cryptology

  • 3 course meal (soup, meat/fish, fruit/nuts)

  • Crystal glasses

  • Carpets

  • Checks

  • Gardens used for beauty and meditation instead of for herbs and kitchen.

  • University
  • Optics
  • Music
  • Toothbrush
  • Hospitals
  • Bathing
  • Quilting
  • Mariner’s Compass
  • Soft drinks
  • Pendulum
  • Braille
  • Cosmetics
  • Plastic surgery
  • Calligraphy
  • Manufacturing of paper and cloth

It was a Muslim who realized that light ENTERS our eyes, unlike the Greeks who thought we EMITTED rays, and so invented a camera from this discovery.

It was a Muslim who first tried to FLY in 852, even though it is the Wright Brothers who have taken the credit.

It was a Muslim by the name of Jabir ibn Hayyan who was known as the founder of modern Chemistry. He transformed alchemy into chemistry. He invented: distillation, purification, oxidation, evaporation, and filtration. He also discovered sulfuric and nitric acid.

It is a Muslim, by the name of Al-Jazari who is known as the father of robotics.

It was a Muslim who was the architect for Henry V’s castle.

It was a Muslim who invented hollow needles to suck cataracts from eyes, a technique still used today.

It was a Muslim who actually discovered inoculation, not Jenner and Pasteur to treat cowpox. The West just brought it over from Turkey

It was Muslims who contributed much to mathematics like Algebra and Trigonometry, which was imported over to Europe 300 years later to Fibonnaci and the rest.

It was Muslims who discovered that the Earth was round 500 years before Galileo did.

The list goes on………..

Just imagine a world without Muslims. Now I think you probably meant, JUST IMAGINE A WORLD WITHOUT TERRORISTS. And then I would agree, the world would definitely be a better place without those pieces of filth. But to hold a whole group responsible for the actions of a few is ignorant and racist. No one would ever expect Christians or White people to be held responsible for the acts of Timothy McVeigh (Oklahoma bombing) or Andreas Brevik (Norway killing), or the gun man that shot Congresswoman Giffords in head, wounded 12 and killed 6 people, and rightly so because they had nothing to do with those incidents! Just like the rest of the 1.5 billion Muslims have nothing to do with this incident!

Sources:

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/how-islamic-inventors-changed-the-world-469452.html

http://articles.cnn.com/2010-01-29/world/muslim.inventions_1_hassani-inventions-muslim?_s=PM:WORLD

http://www.ummahedinburgh.co.uk/radio/files/Muslim-Invention-Article.pdf

BURN :)

 Forever reblog.

Not a edge in sight

bless 

Ok, ok, here we go. If you look up a lot of these, there pare plenty that are just plain wrong. First, there are a lot of instances where something was created in the Arab world before Islam. The Arab world was a center for scientific advancement, and Arab leaders were very keen on keeping records and preserving scientific history. Some are simply plain wrong. Numerals were around long before Islam. The concept of zero came from India decades before Islam. The oldest known combination lock came from a Roman period tomb. The first concepts for a windmill came from Babylon, thousands of years before Islam. Paper, well that was Egypt, thousands of years before Islam. The first recorded (non-powered) flight came from a Muslim, but the Wright brothers claim the first POWERED flight. Now things like calligraphy, well that’s been around as long as written language. Soap: Babylon. Surgical instruments: Greece. Hospitals: some say ancient Egypt, and some say Grece. The possible first “real” hospital, in Baghdad, was headed by a Christian. Bathing: well I know there were Roman bath houses. C’mon people, use your heads. Music? Please tell me you’re shitting me. How can anyone even begin to buy this? There are, of course, some very important things that came from Muslims, like Algebra (thus “al-jibr” being the origin) and the scientific method. I’m not saying that Islam is an inherently bad religion. There are countless instances of most major religions being radicalized, like during the crusades. All I’m saying is you should take things you see on the internet with a grain of salt. A simple internet check and put a damper on even the most well meaning posts.

Thought that the world was known to be round for centuries. Just common lore that it was flat….


Copernicus?

(via conqueringfools)