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U.S Army Sniper School, Stalking Practice. Fort Benning, GA, 12th April 2011.
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No pew :(
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Watch Daft Punk, Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers perform “Lose Yourself to Dance.”
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We asked our followers to tweet us their rock tattoos using the hashtag #ShowRSyourRockTattoos. Take a look at a gallery of our favorites.
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The beautiful face of courage: Lance Cpl. William Kyle Carpenter USMC
Carpenter, 21, of Gilbert lost the eye, most of his teeth and use of his right arm from a grenade blast Nov. 21 near Marjah, Helmand Province, Afghanistan.Friends and family say he threw himself in front of the grenade to protect his best friend in Afghanistan, Cpl. Nick Eufrazio
This deserves more notes then anything on Tumblr. It’s sad to say stupid pictures of a flower some girl takes with a Nikon D40 that her parents bought her for christmas or a picture of A Day To Remember has more notes then this. The world is fucked up. So much respect for this man.

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he did this to save his best friend. he’s a true fucking hero.

This is a true hero, people. 
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Daft Punk will appear on The Colbert Report next week as part of the show’s “Colbchella” concert series.
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Released on July 21st, 1987, Appetite for Destruction went on to sell well over 15 million copies in this country alone, becoming one of the best-selling debuts ever. The album looked both forward and backward: The punky rawness of its sound and the pained artistry of its lyrics made it a bridge between commercial Eighties hard rock and the alternative music of the next decade. But Appetite was also among the last classic rock records to be mastered with vinyl in mind, to be edited with a razor blade applied to two-inch tape, to be mixed by five people frantically pushing faders at a non-automated mixing board “We used classic instruments and classic amps,” says the album’s producer and engineer, Mike Clink, “Our approach was reminiscent of stuff that was done in the Sixties and early Seventies.” Adds assistant mixing engineer Deyglio, who earned a credit as “Victor ‘the fuckin’ engineer’” on the album: “It could almost be seen as the last of one of those types of records, from Layla to Abbey Road on down. It could be seen as the last great rock record made totally by hand.”
Guns N’ Roses released Appetite for Destruction 26 years ago today. Read our 2007 cover story on the making of the album.
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