Dan, 21, Norwich.
I like boys, cars and funny shit. I smoke too much, talk too much and try not to give a fuck about anything.

 

your-hair-is-beautiful:

Debbie and Clem in front of CBGB’s c.’75,’76
Photography by Chris Stein

your-hair-is-beautiful:

Debbie and Clem in front of CBGB’s c.’75,’76

Photography by Chris Stein

oceanicsteam:

On November 21st, 1916, the HMHS Brittanic struck a naval mine off the Greek island of Kea at around 9am while serving as a hospital ship and sank around 55 minutes later. 30 people were killed when two lifeboats were launched before the order was given and were sucked into the still turning propellers,(capitain Bartlett at first hoped he could beach the ship on Kea) but beyond that the evacuation was quite orderly and 1,036 out of 1,066 on board were saved.(The Britannic was on its way to pick up war wounded from the Gallipoli campaign at the island of Lemnos, only crew and medical staff were on board at the time. If she had been loaded with sick and wounded, the evacuation may have not gone so smoothly)
The Britannic was the largest ship sunk during WW1 and remains the largest passenger ship at the bottom of the ocean, being marginally larger than her sister Titanic.(the Costa Concordia was substantially larger but is not below the sea)

oceanicsteam:

On November 21st, 1916, the HMHS Brittanic struck a naval mine off the Greek island of Kea at around 9am while serving as a hospital ship and sank around 55 minutes later. 30 people were killed when two lifeboats were launched before the order was given and were sucked into the still turning propellers,(capitain Bartlett at first hoped he could beach the ship on Kea) but beyond that the evacuation was quite orderly and 1,036 out of 1,066 on board were saved.(The Britannic was on its way to pick up war wounded from the Gallipoli campaign at the island of Lemnos, only crew and medical staff were on board at the time. If she had been loaded with sick and wounded, the evacuation may have not gone so smoothly)

The Britannic was the largest ship sunk during WW1 and remains the largest passenger ship at the bottom of the ocean, being marginally larger than her sister Titanic.(the Costa Concordia was substantially larger but is not below the sea)