Fear and Loathing in Lakeville

A leftist, teenage, somewhat intellectual blog.

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All about that East Bloc life. 

All about that East Bloc life. 

It’s a sleep-on-the-floor-with-Pink-Floyd-on-the-turntable, while-mourning-your-shortcomings kind of night. 

The first volunteers in the fight against fascism. They really were the greatest generation. 

comradechrisman:

Anyone else remember talking about going to help Venezuela fight back against a coup shortly after Chavez died? We may need to do that.

International brigades 2.0

Finally got around to adding my photos from France.

titovka-and-bergmutzen:

A guide to running a “Living History” Facebook page written by my Balkan buddies.

Between Soviet troops in Afghanistan, the Foreign Legion regiment that threw a coup, and soon Castro-ite Cuban rebel impressions, I feel ya!

titovka-and-bergmutzen:

A guide to running a “Living History” Facebook page written by my Balkan buddies.

Between Soviet troops in Afghanistan, the Foreign Legion regiment that threw a coup, and soon Castro-ite Cuban rebel impressions, I feel ya!

Loadout Game

Chosen Location: Burma
Primary Weapon(s): MAS 49/56 w/ scope, night sight, bayonet 
Secondary Weapon(s): Mauser C96 “Bolo” 
Ammunition:  Full Load of 10 Round 7.5mm Magazines in TAP Webbing, 400 rounds In Ruck, With Two Converted 25 Round Mle. 24/29 mags. 200 Rounds For The C96  x4 RG-42 Grenades                    x2 White Phosphorus Grenades 
Headgear/Helmet: French Chapeau de Brousse
Jacket: Duck Hunter Camo Jacket
Shirt: Generic Khaki Shirt
Pants: Brit Army Bombay Bloomers
Boots: Palladium Bush Boots
Webbing: French TAP Webbing, Chinese Mauser Rig
Pack: UK Bergen Rucksack
Shoulder Bag(s): French Mle. 24/29 Ammo Bag for Grenades
Miscellaneous Equipment: Machete, USGI Jungle Hammock
Miscellaneous Clothing: German Rain Cape

Additional Equipment: AN/PRC-6 Hand Radio Set

Who is up for heading down down Mexico way to help their militias of michoacán fight the cartels and corrupt cops?