Buster Keaton is mostly known for two things, his stunt work during the silent film era and the fact he almost never smiled or smirked in any of his movies or comedy shorts, earning him the nickname “the great stone face”. Which is arguably better than his earlier nickname of “The human mop”.
The basic idea behind camouflage is that it’s supposed to make whatever you cover it with harder to spot in a specific environment, then you have dazzle camouflage, which is apparently what happens when you want everyone within an 80 mile radius to know exactly where you are and exactly how much you’re currently working it.
Next to the Astronaut Badge, the Medal of Honor is one of the rarest and most seldom seen awards in the military. Along with the obvious kudos that comes with being officially certified as a total badass by the god-damn President, recipients of the medal are entitled to a slew of benefits few people are aware of. All of which they absolutely deserve.
If you were to ask 100 people what they’d do if they had access to a time machine, punch Hitler in the dick or a variation thereof would likely be the most popular answer you’d get back next to slapping a T-Rex in the face, just because. Which is kind of unecessary because a guy called Paul von Lettow-Vorbeck already did that and then some during WW2.
In spite of their best efforts to be as fuzzy as possible, wolves are still regarded by many as vicious creatures who hunt humans for fun (thanks, The Grey) which is kind of unfair because wolves actually mate for life, with one rather awesome exception, the so-called Casanova wolves.