With a bottle of Jack and some nerve, anything is possible.
Reblogged from airbornebear  436 notes
airbornebear:

airbornebear:

gjallarhornallewerk:

skeleton-sapper-in-the-wire:

skeletalzergface:

skeleton-sapper-in-the-wire:

skeletalzergface:

guerilaz:

French Foreign Legion: they make wine, not only war

not gonna lie i want to buy this just for the bottle

The Legion vineyards are worked by Legion vets who elect to retire there.
The Legion takes care of its own.

Ok I’m definitely getting a bottle now because that’s legitimately the nicest thing I’ve heard today.

Yeah the Legion has a very nice chateau where vets can retire. You cook and bake, sew clothes for charity, bind old books, worn the vineyards, etc. Newer Legionnaires visit and help out, so there’s a lot of cross generational interaction.
There’s an entry fee, but you just pay what you can, and then you’re free to live out your days there.
A full range of psychiatric help is available, the Legion is extremely concerned with suicide and depression. I remember I saw an interview with a Legion officer that explained that every time a legion ver commits suicide, the Legion brass considers it a failure on their part to support them properly.

And I believe that more than the rash of posters.

hmmm wouldn’t mind picking a bottle up…and just learned a lot. 

http://www.legion-boutique.com/produits_info.php?pID=691&catID=4

^^ the link to the wine

airbornebear:

airbornebear:

gjallarhornallewerk:

skeleton-sapper-in-the-wire:

skeletalzergface:

skeleton-sapper-in-the-wire:

skeletalzergface:

guerilaz:

French Foreign Legion: they make wine, not only war

not gonna lie i want to buy this just for the bottle

The Legion vineyards are worked by Legion vets who elect to retire there.

The Legion takes care of its own.

Ok I’m definitely getting a bottle now because that’s legitimately the nicest thing I’ve heard today.

Yeah the Legion has a very nice chateau where vets can retire. You cook and bake, sew clothes for charity, bind old books, worn the vineyards, etc. Newer Legionnaires visit and help out, so there’s a lot of cross generational interaction.

There’s an entry fee, but you just pay what you can, and then you’re free to live out your days there.

A full range of psychiatric help is available, the Legion is extremely concerned with suicide and depression. I remember I saw an interview with a Legion officer that explained that every time a legion ver commits suicide, the Legion brass considers it a failure on their part to support them properly.

And I believe that more than the rash of posters.

hmmm wouldn’t mind picking a bottle up…and just learned a lot. 

http://www.legion-boutique.com/produits_info.php?pID=691&catID=4

^^ the link to the wine

Reblogged from puppyforpresident  100,463 notes
dippy-the-space-squid:

none-gavin:


An AU where for your entire life you’ve only seen black and white, until you receive the first touch from your soulmate and color blooms before your very eyes. The colors don’t stay when you’re alone, but when they’re there by your side and you’re touching? Everything is beautiful.

But what if you touch them and you look around and see all the colors, and beauty.You get caught in the moment and ask  ”Do you see it too?” And they reply “What are you talking about?” 

That’s okay, I didn’t need my heart. 

dippy-the-space-squid:

none-gavin:

An AU where for your entire life you’ve only seen black and white, until you receive the first touch from your soulmate and color blooms before your very eyes. The colors don’t stay when you’re alone, but when they’re there by your side and you’re touching? Everything is beautiful.

But what if you touch them and you look around and see all the colors, and beauty.You get caught in the moment and ask  ”Do you see it too?” And they reply “What are you talking about?” 

That’s okay, I didn’t need my heart. 

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regimentalryan:

Never Forgotten…
U.S. Army 1st Lt. Matthew Greene, the son Maj. Gen. Harold J. Greene, places a rose on his father’s casket during a service at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Va., Aug. 14, 2014. Greene was killed Aug. 5, 2014, at Marshal Fahim National Defense University in Kabul, Afghanistan. (DoD photo by Rachel Larue, U.S. Army/Released)
John 15:13 “Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.”

regimentalryan:

Never Forgotten…

U.S. Army 1st Lt. Matthew Greene, the son Maj. Gen. Harold J. Greene, places a rose on his father’s casket during a service at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Va., Aug. 14, 2014. Greene was killed Aug. 5, 2014, at Marshal Fahim National Defense University in Kabul, Afghanistan. (DoD photo by Rachel Larue, U.S. Army/Released)

John 15:13 “Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.”