feelingfroggyincorporated:

These are the walls of the living spaces from the guys of Operation Redwings in Afghanistan, that still have the same writings on it almost nine years later….Teammates that survived that tragic day wrote on these walls in 05 before heading to the U.S….now every Teamguy that passes through that base…adds their own writing on it in memory of the guys.

“Been around the world twice, talked to everyone once. Seen two whales fuck, been to three world fairs. I even know a man in Thailand with a wooden cock. I’ve pushed more peter, more sweeter, and more completer than any other peter pusher around. I’m a hard-bodied, hairy-chested, rootin’, tootin’, shootin’, parachutin’, demolition double cap crimpin’ Frogman. There ain’t nothing I can’t do. No sky too high, no sea too rough, no muff too tough. Learned a lot of lessons in my life. Never shoot a large caliber man with a small caliber bullet. Drove all kinds of trucks. Two by’s, four by’s, six by’s. Those big motherfuckers that bend and go TSH TSH when you step on the brakes. Anything in life worth doing is worth overdoing. Moderation is for cowards. I’m a lover. I’m a fighter. I’m a UDT Navy Seal diver. I’ll wine, dine, intertwine, and then sneak out the back door when the refueling is done. If you’re feeling froggy, then you better jump, because this Frogman’s been there, done that, and is going back for more. Cheers boys.”

- LONE SURVIVOR

(Source: mattyberninger)

intothecut:

blondie, the good of

the good the bad and the ugly 

fuckyeahdirectors:

Martin Scorsese with Leonardo Dicaprio and Matt Damon on-set of The Departed (2006)

dorkpassenger:

"Cranberry juice"

Throughout the film, Martin Scorsese used Xs mostly shown in the background to mark characters for death; examples include shots of Costigan walking through the airport while talking to Sgt. Dignam, Queenan falling to his death (on the building’s glass windows as Queenan falls to the ground), and Sullivan in his office discussing the flow of information with Costello (the X is created by the light shining through the window). This is a homage to Howard Hawks’ classic film Scarface (1932).