illustratedkate:

countertop kisses 

illustratedkate:

countertop kisses 

punisherwarjournal:

With Frank locked up, who is cleaning up the streets of Los Angeles?

The new preview for The Punisher #10 asks a question and there’s an answer that should seem obvious. Although, it’s hard to say what we will actually get.

Panels from: Punisher: War Zone #5 (Greg Rucka + Carmine Di Giandomenico).

tagged by thestarspangledman to list 15 things that make me happy

  1. vickytremor
  2. a well made cocktail
  3. whiskey
  4. Captain America
  5. my little dog Pono, Vicky’s cat Sherbert, and her two pups Indy and Lila
  6. days where my hair cooperates and I can get a pretty sweet sideparted pomp
  7. cold and rainy days
  8. listening to the Blues station on Pandora with no outside interruptions
  9. Paying my bills on time and not worrying about them for the entire month
  10. tying my ties perfectly the first time
  11. wearing my suit or my odd jackets
  12. tiki bars
  13. well made documentaries
  14. Disneyland
  15. dates with my best girl (see #1, #14)

I suppose I nominate vickytremorlucasaranorthcausticalonewebslinger, nikkisavage, ohmygil, and whomever else would like to share their favorite things

I feel like if I applied to bartending jobs at tiki bars, they’re pretty much obligated to hire me on account that I am actually Hawaiian

neonandmore:

Custom Neon Signs
demons:

TSgt Anglin, wounded in action during the Pearl Harbor attack, holding up the piece of shrapnel that had been removed from his arm/8 Dec 1941

demons:

TSgt Anglin, wounded in action during the Pearl Harbor attack, holding up the piece of shrapnel that had been removed from his arm/8 Dec 1941

punisherwarjournal:

That’s what it means.

The Punisher #26

Garth Ennis + Tom Mandrake

pbsthisdayinhistory:

August 28, 1943: Eleanor Roosevelt Visits U.S. troops in the South Pacific 
On this day in 1943, Eleanor Roosevelt arrived in New Zealand as a volunteer for the Red Cross. She made 17 stops during her trip including Australia, New Zealand and many small Pacific islands, boosting the morale of American troops at military bases, hospitals and nursing homes along the way.
Learn about Eleanor’s work with veterans with this new preview video from Ken Burns’s The Roosevelts.
Photo: Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library

pbsthisdayinhistory:

August 28, 1943: Eleanor Roosevelt Visits U.S. troops in the South Pacific 

On this day in 1943, Eleanor Roosevelt arrived in New Zealand as a volunteer for the Red Cross. She made 17 stops during her trip including Australia, New Zealand and many small Pacific islands, boosting the morale of American troops at military bases, hospitals and nursing homes along the way.

Learn about Eleanor’s work with veterans with this new preview video from Ken Burns’s The Roosevelts.

Photo: Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library

pr1nceshawn:

Masculine Ways to Do Feminine Things by Dave Mercier.

Daily Show correspondent Michael Che tries to find a safe place to report from.