sick of the paid sponsor pages.
HD Ironhead tips and technical advice. Great reference for those in need of a refresher.
i hear that. enough with this horseshit. i like the new SU. sort of. nice design, bit slow to scroll. took me a good 5 minutes to figure out where i could shit out this scathing comment.
chill beat. 'summertime'
i'm not a rare breed after all. there are dreams circling in my head of having my motorcycles parked in my house. i call it art. fuck you if you don't. anyway, this dude's layout is fly.
i managed to google the title of the book with .pdf in the search and found it. unless you want to give your email away along with other BS. your call
631. Youngstown local history at its finest
Have made the Mohican State Park near Loudonville, OH part of my life the past 20 yrs. Truly an Ohio treasure.
access to several history webinars for teachers. the playback's are free, but not sure about the 'register' ones. great resource to get coached' up.
new favorite site. the dead, lou reed, townes van zandt, etc.
can't get enough of www.vice.com lately. especially the episodes in 'the vice guide to...' series.
anyone notice the nips?
Love PBS...as I just happen to be reading Panama Fever by Matthew Parker.
From the page: 191st Assault Helicopter Company
So I watched the History Channel's Vietnam in HD and it brought me here, seeking more information about my Uncle who passed in Vietnam 3/2/69. Unfortunately, none of the photos on this page are of my Uncle, but I'm certain there are of men who knew him.
Sometimes, when I feel as if my existence is for naught, I'll visit this page and think of what life must of been like for these men and the sacrifices they made. For their country. For their families. For themselves. I never met my Uncle as I have only stories about his legacy as a son, a father, and a brother.
spent no less than an hour sifting through new and old artists.