The best 5 seconds of my life are when I wake up and have no idea I’m a human or have responsibilities
Apache revolver - Curtius Museum, Liège
Les Apaches (French: [a.paʃ]) were members of a Parisian Belle Époque underworld subculture. Apaches were so called because their alleged savagery was compared with that attributed by Europeans to the Native American tribes of Apaches.
Cover page of The Good Citizen, July 1926
The Good Citizen was a sixteen-page monthly political periodical edited by Bishop Alma White and illustrated by Reverend Branford Clarke. The Good Citizen was published from 1913 until 1933 by the Pillar of Fire Church at their headquarters in Zarephath, New Jersey in the United States. White used the publication to expose “political Romanism in its efforts to gain the ascendancy in the U.S.”
In 1915 the publication’s anti-Catholic rhetoric aroused the local population in Plainfield, New Jersey and a mob formed to threaten the Pillar of Fire Church. By 1921 the publication was a strong supporter of the Ku Klux Klan.
holy fuck it’s colder than my soul out here