Archive for the 'Links' Category

Airshow Pictures on Flickr

Wednesday, June 14th, 2006

Like airshows? Check out Flickr: Photos from LD50…. I especially like the shots with P-51, F-4, F-16 and F-22’s flying formation.

Mojave Airplane Graveyard

Wednesday, June 7th, 2006

How about a few pictures from the Mojave Airplane Graveyard…

African Hunter

Friday, December 23rd, 2005

Though read Cooper regularly I’ve never gotten that desire to hunt big deadly things on the Dark Continent. But a link on a bulletin board about a 4-Bore double rifle caught my eye. From that link I found the African Hunter website run out of Zim and with some very good writing. I was particularly […]

Plant artwork

Friday, November 11th, 2005

For your viewing enjoyment, a nice gallery of Plant artwork. This is some truly impressive hedge trimming and photography.

British WW2 Maunsell Towers

Friday, November 11th, 2005

Somewhere this past week I came across pictures of the Maunsell Towers and even more impressive the Kent Underground website.

You Think You’re Tough?

Monday, October 31st, 2005

I’m always one to appreciate stories of men who rise above You Think You’re Tough?….

Navy Aircraft and the Last Days of the Tomcat

Monday, October 17th, 2005

Timmeh has posted his photos of Naval aircraft. I forget where I picked up this link as I found it several days ago and its been patiently waiting in a Firefox tab for me to come back and post it. The few photos there are amazing and any military or aviation enthusiast will enjoy them.

Taking politics out of the gun

Tuesday, October 11th, 2005

A rather interesting article on Taking politics out of the gun. While the article deals mainly with proliferation of military weapons at large one specific sentence jumped out at me as something I don’t think I’d realized but is very true: The popular obsession with arms and arms trading festishises weapons, elevating The Gun to […]

Where Stats Come Alive?

Monday, October 3rd, 2005

I am dubious to the validity of the data (being anyone can publish anything on the Internet – they let me on here didn’t that?) but the sight – Where Stats Come Alive! is rather interesting. I particularly found the mortality stats fascinating especially where the United States doesn’t have the highest in many […]

On the Ground In NOLA

Saturday, September 24th, 2005

A National Guardsman Jeremy Hall is on the ground in NOLA is bloggin running commentary and images from New Orleans. The insight and photos are well worth spending a few minutes to visit.