Thursday Open Thread

The Ortler (Italian and Swiss Alps) was the location of the highest trench in World War One. The mountain itself is 3905m tall.

Christmas Carols The 'Murican Way

Recently in the comments I mentioned Black Rifle Coffee Company, a veteran-owned coffee manufacturer who is particularly good at making ads designed to trigger liberals. Full disclosure: I have tried their coffee in the past; it’s quite smooth and flavorful, but I found it too inconvenient to order coffee online on a regular basis. Nevertheless, […]

Veteran’s Day Open Thread 

Thank you to all veterans, our own fritz and Outlaw especially, for your service.

This Week's Trailer Park Round-Up

Happy Monday, Threedonia! To start off your week we’ve got trailers about crazed figure skaters, shrunken people, prison boxers, and soldiers. Have a look-see:

1. I, Tonya

A biopic about figure skater Tonya Harding and her infamous attack on competitor Nancy Kerrigan at the Olympics. This looks like a fascinating black comedy, and Margot […]

This Week's Trailer Park Round-Up

Greetings, Threedonia! Small-town cops, mutants, psychos and unstable war vets. We’ve got trailers for them all this week!

1. The New Mutants

Marvel’s new show is an X-Men spin-off, based on Chris Claremont’s famous comic book series about five young mutants being held in a secret lab against their will. The trailer starts out […]

From The Trailer Park - Last Flag Flying

Three Vietnam veterans (Bryan Cranston, Steve Carell, Laurence Fishburne) reunite for a road trip when one of them loses a son in the Iraq War. Written and directed by Richard Linklater (Boyhood, Dazed and Confused).

Looks to be kind of a cross between The Last Detail and Taking Chance. Judging by some of […]

Real Warriors > Social Justice Warriors

J.R. Salzman is a blogger and wounded Iraq War veteran. Yesterday he wrote a series of tweets in regards to President Trump’s ban on transgenders serving in the military, which I have converted to text. I believe this should be read by anyone who wants to understand the issue.

I served in Iraq in […]

Saturday Open Thread

We did good didn't we?

Thursday Open Thread

The Warrior's Stone Mask

Tuesday Open Thread 

Men of the 16th Infantry Regiment, U.S. 1st Infantry Division wade ashore on Omaha Beach on the morning of 6 June 1944.