Score
Title
47440
Trying to teach I.T in a Ghanaian village.
41009
Entrance to a shrine in Japan
12092
No editing, just makeup
11836
Pretty good marketing
9556
Israeli Army Girl
14837
A man who lied about bone spurs welcoming a man who did crystal meth and crapped his pants for a week in order to dodge the Vietnam draft.
5858
A brilliant work of Art
10980
Rep Mike Bost delivers a bag of "thoughts and prayers" to help with the Florida shooting.
22519
Understandable.
3830
Iran, 1979. Right before the islamic revolution
100164
Parking in front of a liquor store
1551
Went to the National Cathedral and went upstairs at the perfect moment
1432
Sydney at sunset
1310
Wall art Glasgow, Scotland
435
The woman who was the model for the face of the Statue of Liberty standing beside it.
15945
Reddit! Welcome to Redditt Ontario, Canada sorry for the typo eh?!
154
A cloud bursts over Phoenix .
2257
This is what happened when my wife left me in charge of our son’s 1 year birthday photo.
547
This is Scotland
66555
Award winning underwater photograph
77
The Rock's stunt double is also his real-life cousin (Tanoai Reed)
92
Norway
203
Best propaganda of all time
500
Winter in Slovenia
191
I just miss Casper there.
108
A map of the world through a water droplet
1909
Obama after spending hours meeting with parents of Sandy Hook victims. Trump at his disco party after spending 15 minutes with parents of victims
219
Saudi Crown prince arrived in Japan with 10 plain loads of staff, furniture & luxury goods for personal use. Japanese Emperor met him in this empty room, with simplest settings, giving a message to MBS that greatness lies in knowledge & higher values not in ugly display of wealth.
140
I adopted a new dog. She loves car rides.
78911
I just rode with the highest rated Uber driver in NYC! Mustapha speaks four languages, studies computer programming at night at community college, has driven over 10,000 people, and has a rating of 4.96. Truly one of the nicest most inspiring people out there.
1879
Looks like they need to defrag the port
71
The stars came out early tonight.
48267
A real Bigfoot
97
My wife makes 1 cake a year (for our son's birthday). Here's this year's cake, at his request.
132
Dejected Crane
159
The ash cloud from Mount Sinabung, an Indonesian volcano that erupted today.
187
More people should know about this.
100
A glacier stream at the base of K2
57
There was a time when the Kardashians have not yet discovered plastic surgery
69
A teacher tries hard to make ICT course easy for his class. He draws everything on the board because there are no computers.
112 Rhysfp Damn. 1939? I hope you're good with tools.. Edit: grew up in a house made in 1924, and I can confirm with the news papers I found replacing the insulation.. I lived in a all girl house so I was the handyman.. So huh.. Best of luck my friend.. 2nd edit for those who care: I grew up in western Canada. So the building philosophy here is basically surround a hole in the ground with concrete and pile wood on top of it. Not gonna lie, it was actually really good experience learning how to, I dunno, replace insulation, fix walls, lay down new floors, replace a roof, install facia and siding.. I once found a shrub growing out of the roof in a sort of 'out of sight area' when I was doing some winterizing.. So to OP, you just might be in for an adventure is all I'm sayin..
28 Billerie /r/buyitforlife
60 Stony_Bennett This is an awesome piece of machinery. Do not not listen to,the naysayers that buy a $5000 piece of junk that is purposefully designed to break in 5 years. I have a fridge from 1930. Still works. No repairs.
6 scooterbus I have an Anderson from the late 50's. Don't listen to the nay sayers, vintage stoves are incredible. My Anderson heats faster, and more even than any modern stove I've ever owned. It has a broiler that is amazing! A good working vintage stove is better built and functions much better than a modern equivalent that costs thousands. I have several friends with chambers stoves as well and have cooked on them. I've always wanted a chambers. You will love it!
10 Eyvindur-012 Could this be hazardous at all?
5 Kilal2 Holy shit! I'm a landlord/maintenance man and literally put one of these in one of our houses after the guys roommate left with the appliances. My grandfather had it sitting in our storage area and it was the only stove we had available. It took awhile to figure out but once we got it up and running we realized how cool these stoves actually are.
7 GanstaThuggin The flooring is darling
3 eleanor61 Old appliances are neat. And were built to last!