The Cranky Professor

Western Civilization - you know, it's always about to end.
vintagesportspictures:

New York Mets pitcher Tug McGraw (undated)

All of this handstanding isn’t so new as I thought. Tug McGraw played when I was a child.

vintagesportspictures:

New York Mets pitcher Tug McGraw (undated)

All of this handstanding isn’t so new as I thought. Tug McGraw played when I was a child.

hadrian6:

Music Festival in Zurich. 1905.  Burkhard Mangold. Swiss 1873-1950. stone lithograph.
http://hadrian6.tumblr.com

I can’t imagine a much less mediterranean body of water than the Zürichsee, myself. Love the poster.

hadrian6:

Music Festival in Zurich. 1905.  Burkhard Mangold. Swiss 1873-1950. stone lithograph.

http://hadrian6.tumblr.com

I can’t imagine a much less mediterranean body of water than the Zürichsee, myself. Love the poster.

centuriespast:

Wedgwood Manufactory
English, founded 1758
Medallion with Head of Medusa
Art Institute Chicago

centuriespast:

Wedgwood Manufactory

English, founded 1758

Medallion with Head of Medusa

Art Institute Chicago

centuriespast:

DELACROIX, EugèneThe Barque of Dante1822Oil on canvas, 189 x 246 cmMusée du Louvre, Paris

centuriespast:

DELACROIX, Eugène
The Barque of Dante
1822
Oil on canvas, 189 x 246 cm
Musée du Louvre, Paris

mythologyrules:

In Greek mythology and religion, The Lernaean Hydra was the second labour (out of twelve labours) of Heracles.The Hydra was the offspring of Typhon, the father of monsters, and Echidna, the mother of monsters.For each head cut off, two more took its place.Heracles, with the help of his nephew, Iolaus, slayed the creature.
30 Day Greek Mythology Challenge: Day 5, Monster Slaying Myth.

mythologyrules:

In Greek mythology and religion, The Lernaean Hydra was the second labour (out of twelve labours) of Heracles.
The Hydra was the offspring of Typhon, the father of monsters, and Echidna, the mother of monsters.
For each head cut off, two more took its place.
Heracles, with the help of his nephew, Iolaus, slayed the creature.

30 Day Greek Mythology Challenge: Day 5, Monster Slaying Myth.

(via last-of-the-romans)

Really? No Walkie Talkies?

I mean I understand why they don’t have cell phones on The Walking Dead. But why don’t they grab a bunch of high quality walkie talkies?