June 21, 2014 | Categories: History, Images of History, Photography, Pursuit of Happiness, Weird | Tags: AMERICA, Animal, Animals, D.C., music, odd, Orchestra, Polar Bear, Polar bears, The Water Gate Orchestra, USA, Washington, Washington Zoo, Water Gate Orchestra, Weird, Zoo | Leave a comment
“There’s a good bear, now go and maim those Nazis on this other side of this hill.”
This is quite possibly the most Russian photograph ever taken.
Polar bears look really freaking cute, but they’re the only animal that actively predates on humans.
Wolves will give it a long and hard thought about whether they want to attack humans. Polar bears? Nope. If they see you, and you can’t protect yourself or seek shelter, you’re dead.
February 13, 2014 | Categories: High Art, History, Military History, Nightmares of World War II, Photography, Polar Explorers, Pursuit of Happiness, Stunt Queens, The Drama Of It All, The Politics of Cultural Destruction, Weird | Tags: Adolf Hitler, adorable, Animal, Animals, Arctic, Bears, cold, Cute, cute animals, Death, Europe, Feeding, Germany, History, Hitler, Ice, Military, Military history, nature, Nazi, Pet, Pets, Photo, Polar Bear, Polar bears, Russia, Snow, Soviet Union, Tank, Tanks, USA, USSR, War, Warfare, Weird, Wild, Wildlife, World War two, WW2, Zoo, zoos | 2 Comments