feltraiger:

Congrats @dan_feltraiger ! She is a beauty! #newamericanclassic #madeinusa #chevyc10 #feltraigerroadtrip #la

feltraiger:

Congrats @dan_feltraiger ! She is a beauty! #newamericanclassic #madeinusa #chevyc10 #feltraigerroadtrip #la

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jerrimiahsmith:

Taking my Chicago friends to my backwoods home where i grew up in northern California was surreal, and watching those two worlds collide but meshing so perfectly is something ill remember for the rest of my life.Aunt Kinky being the widow of my Uncle Jimmy and growing up around choppers she was beyond stoked on all of our bikes   Riding choppers with my best friends down hwy 9 where my Uncle Jimmy rode his bike 30 plus years ago looking down at his portrait on my gas tank was UNREAL.

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da-guru:

Stars & Engine

da-guru:

Stars & Engine

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illfitlife:

Solo rides. Grey skies. Covered roads. Columbus, OH 9-12-14 #enjoytheride #evosportster

illfitlife:

Solo rides. Grey skies. Covered roads. Columbus, OH 9-12-14 #enjoytheride #evosportster

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Jack Nicholson at the 1992 Olympics.

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thecivilwarparlor:

Sylvester Magee - Slave And Civil War Soldier-  Was Likely The Last Living Human Being Who Possessed Any Firsthand Memory Of The Trials Of The Civil War Or Institutionalized Slavery

He was wounded twice in the Siege of Vicksburg and the Battle of Champion Hill.

Sylvester Magee’s obituary proclaimed him to be “The Last American Slave.” According to oral histories, Sylvester Magee was born in North Carolina on May 29, 1841 and sold at Enterprise, Mississippi. He was present at the Vicksburg siege and pressed into service in the Union army. Another source relates that Magee also had duties as a gravedigger in the Vicksburg burial details. By the mid-1960s, due to his advanced age, Sylvester Magee became nationally famous. On his 124th birthday the citizens of Collins, Mississippi threw him a party and Magee was sent a letter of congratulations from President Lyndon Johnson. Governor Paul Johnson even declared the day “Sylvester Magee Day.” Magee took his first flight to New York for a television appearance and later flew to Philadelphia to appear on the Mike Douglas Show.

He appeared in the March 1967 issue of Jet magazine, and was noted by President Richard Nixon as probably the oldest citizen of the United States, having been identified as the nation’s oldest living person by a life insurance company. When asked why he had lived so long, he simply stated that the Lord had been good to him. Reportedly, his last words were “Lord have mercy.” Sylvester Magee was likely the last living human being who possessed any firsthand memory of the trials of the Civil War or institutionalized slavery. 

Burial:
Pleasant Valley Cemetery
Foxworth
Marion County
Mississippi, USA

Reposted from Find a Grave- Pay your respects here: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=49460775

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mostlyskateboarding:

Al Davis by Ben Gore.

mostlyskateboarding:

Al Davis by Ben Gore.