- At least 5 Ferguson officers apart from Darren Wilson have been named in lawsuits
- Ferguson police accused of assaulting children
- Shaun King has 15 questions for Darren Wilson (storify)
- Ferguson protesters brace for no indictment
- Is it legal for the police to shoot an unarmed, surrendered citizen?
- Black teens are 21 times more likely to be shot by cops than white teens
- The Big List of Ferguson Live Streams
This is honestly the best poster I have found in a while supporting breast cancer awareness. I am honestly so sick of seeing, “set the tatas free” and “save the boobies”. There is no reason in hell a life threatening, life ruining disease should be sexualized. “Don’t wear a bra day,” go fuck yourselves. You’re not saving a pair of tits, you’re saving the entire package: mind, body, and soul included. Women are not just a pair of breasts.
Part warrior, part philosopher and part survivalist, Mick Dodge is not an easy man to define. One thing is indisputable: he lives his life on his own terms.
All done in field conditions!
1-2. Searching and collecting the bog iron ore from the bottom of the river.
Cleaning the iron ore by burning it.
Burned iron ore, there’s about 4 kg of it.
5-6. Materials needed in the melting: iron ore, lime and wood charcoal.
Melting ongoing. Furnace is made mostly from soapstone blocks and clay.
View to the furnace at end of the melting.
Lump that contains slag and iron. Something gone bit wrong in melting as the iron and slag were mixed in one lump, instead of two lumps where one contains mainly iron and another the slag.
Iron (on the left) separated from slag.
Crosscut of the iron piece.
Iron pieces that are forged flatter. These are put together by forge welding.
Folded piece of iron. The iron piece must be folded and forge welded solid again many times. That makes the iron piece more homogeneous and condensed.
Chiseling the iron piece, so that it can be folded again.
Knife blade is starting to take shape.
17-18. After three days of work: finished knife blade made from the local iron ore.
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Shipping Container Clad in Live-Edge Siding
Don’t like the steel box look of a shipping container, but want the strength and durability? Here’s a photo of someone’s shipping container class in live-edge siding. It seems like a good start toward making it look more rustic cabin-like. An end wall, windows, and roof would really polish it off.