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grofjardanhazy:

The Pilsener Pump for Tapping the Enemy’s Supper Beer
A cartoon by W. Heath Robinson

grofjardanhazy:

The Pilsener Pump for Tapping the Enemy’s Supper Beer

A cartoon by W. Heath Robinson

A Pityókaszongot ne feledjük

The Most Important Book Ever Is All Wrong

tallianmiklos:

Az, hogy Piketty Balzacot nem tudja értelmezni, a kisebbik baj, a nagyobbik, hogy ezek szerint a saját adatait sem.

drkotasz:

peterfromtexas:

1st MayStadium, in Scornicesti, Romania.

Scornicesti was the home town of communist dictator, Nicolae Ceausescu. He wanted to make a “model-town” out of Scornicesti, which was actually more like a village, with a population of aprox. 10.000. So he built new flats, tearing down the old houses along the main road, and he also built a large stadium(for a small town), with a seating capacity of 30.000. It was one of the most modern stadiumsimage in the country, at that time. He also created a team, recruiting some of the best Romanian players of that moment, some of them having to play there, against their own will. Of course, after the fall of his regime, in ‘89, the team was dissolved, and the stadium abandoned. The main stand is home now for a few homeless people.

Felcsút 2022.

(via borcsok)