1. "I thought we were going to get killed. He said he was going to slice all of us up," said Lee DeBiase, an employee at American Deli on Bayshore Road in Lower Township.

     
  2. (Source: act3scene1, via shmemson)

     
  3. davidtendresse:

Sailing ship. Brest, Brittany
From Pinterest

    davidtendresse:

    Sailing ship. Brest, Brittany

    From Pinterest

    (via navalarchitecture)

     
  4. (Source: radiationdude, via shmemson)

     
  5. andehman:

Werner Herzog’s take on a classic joke format. (x)

    andehman:

    Werner Herzog’s take on a classic joke format. (x)

    (via paulftompkins)

     
  6. They want to have a meeting with me, right? It will be me, McClusky and Sollozzo. Let’s set the meeting. We get our informants to find out where it’s going to be held. Now we insist that it be held in a public place, a bar or a restaurant where there’ll be other people there so I’ll feel safe. They’re going to search me when I first meet them, right? So I can’t have a weapon on me. But if Clemenza can figure a way to have a weapon planted for me, then I’ll kill them both.

    What are you gonna do? Nice college boy, didn’t want to get mixed up in the family business. Now you want to gun down a police captain.

    (Source: elleamani, via conanofallon)

     
  7. policecars:

Ohio State Police, 1993 Jeep Cherokee Police Special Package

    policecars:

    Ohio State Police, 1993 Jeep Cherokee Police Special Package

    (via pleasant-valley)

     
  8. posteffects:

The Magic Serpent (1966)

Wherever heads go…

    posteffects:

    The Magic Serpent (1966)

    Wherever heads go…

    (Source: posteffects, via mollylocks)

     
  9. fantagraphics:

    "Just as Usagi has learned that swordsmanship is more than fighting, Stan Sakai has obviously learned that art is more than drawing. The entire field would be richer if more artists embraced this lesson." – Robert Asprin, from the introduction

    "If you haven’t seen this ultra-cool series, you must! It involves a rabbit samurai — yes, a rabbit samurai — that young readers will love for the action and sophisticated art. I adore it for those reasons too, but there’s more substance to it than you might expect. A good Zen comic is hard to find, and this one is nearly perfect." – USA Today Pop Candy

    "These bittersweet adventure stories offer entertaining reading, especially for young Asian-Americans who feel excluded from mainstream juvenile literature." – Los Angeles Times

    "One of the most original, innovative, well-executed comic books anywhere to be found." – Stan Lee

    Usagi Yojimbo Book 3: The Wanderer’s Road
    by Stan Sakai

    152-page black & white 6” x 9” softcover • $16.99
    ISBN: 978-1-56097-009-5

    7th printing! Due to arrive in about 4-6 weeks. Click the thumbnails for larger versions; get more info, see more previews and pre-order your copy here:

    http://www.fantagraphics.com/usagiyojimbo3

     
  10.