Miles Inn is the perfect example of the old saying, “Do one thing, and do it well.” If you live in Sioux City, there’s no way you haven’t heard of Miles Inn and their famous “Charlie Boy” sandwiches, paired with an ice cold schooner. 244 more words
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A great animated “gif” collection of dives from men loving men, courtesy of The Advocate…
Five gay divers competed in the Olympics before Britain’s Tom Daley. 357 more words
HMS Southwold was a Hunts-class Destroyer, built in Cowes in 1941 by J.S White, of which the Royal Navy had 86 in the fleet.
A tonnage of 1050, 86 metres in length, 10 metre beam and a top speed of 25 knots, she carried a crew of 168 and an armament of 3 x 2 barrel 4-inch guns, a number of anti-aircraft guns and submarine depth charges. 391 more words
Built in 1940 and launched November 1942, this S-class British submarine was commissioned in January 1943.
A maximum displacement of 990 tons with a length of approx 70 metres and a 7 metre beam, she currently lies approximately 2 miles off Qawra point (North coast of Malta) at a depth of 57 metres. 401 more words
“Here Comes the Argument…”
Fugazi is a norm-shattering, alternative-punk group out of Washington, DC. Their most recent seventh album, The Argument, was released by Dischord Records in October of 2001–a label founded and owned by Fugazi’s own, Ian MacKaye. 458 more words