architectureofdoom:

Feuchtenberger bakery, bluefield, West Viginia, 1940s

architectureofdoom:

Feuchtenberger bakery, bluefield, West Viginia, 1940s

fashionlocker:

f a s h i o n l o c k e r
sancane:

Evan O’Neill Kane
(1861 - 1932) 
Maestro di medicina, chirurgo caporione dell’Hospital Kane in Pennsylvania
Per conveniente maniera d’essere usò temperanza e savie parole contra alcol, lussuria ed altri disavvenevoli moti dell’animo
Considerando l’anestetico un inebriante etilico avvalso con troppa libertà, volle dimostrare da se medesimo che si potessero tollerare interventi nosocomiali senza alcun sedativo euforizzante
Aduso per possanza di tempra agli spiaceri e le vessazioni corporali, si amputò per verifica un dito sine analgesico
Pòstea, in crescente esperimento di virtù, si operò da solo di ernia senza alcun lenitivo
Adunque, con l’indifferente serenità del saggio, tramite un brandeggiante sistema di specchi e senza etere si asportò l’appendice nel 1921
"Nella sala operatoria del Kane Summit Hospital chiacchierava e scherzava con le infermiere mentre si tagliava, si spugnava e si suturava, per 1 ora e 45 minuti"
L’opera fu un successo e dopo 36 ore tornò repente alla sua mansione
Forzuto dall’eufonica complessione
"La narcosi è per i fievoli"
Imperare sibi maximum imperium est

Maestro

sancane:

Evan O’Neill Kane

(1861 - 1932) 

Maestro di medicina, chirurgo caporione dell’Hospital Kane in Pennsylvania

Per conveniente maniera d’essere usò temperanza e savie parole contra alcol, lussuria ed altri disavvenevoli moti dell’animo

Considerando l’anestetico un inebriante etilico avvalso con troppa libertà, volle dimostrare da se medesimo che si potessero tollerare interventi nosocomiali senza alcun sedativo euforizzante

Aduso per possanza di tempra agli spiaceri e le vessazioni corporali, si amputò per verifica un dito sine analgesico

Pòstea, in crescente esperimento di virtù, si operò da solo di ernia senza alcun lenitivo

Adunque, con l’indifferente serenità del saggio, tramite un brandeggiante sistema di specchi e senza etere si asportò l’appendice nel 1921

"Nella sala operatoria del Kane Summit Hospital chiacchierava e scherzava con le infermiere mentre si tagliava, si spugnava e si suturava, per 1 ora e 45 minuti"

L’opera fu un successo e dopo 36 ore tornò repente alla sua mansione

Forzuto dall’eufonica complessione

"La narcosi è per i fievoli"

Imperare sibi maximum imperium est

Maestro

label56:

Wars, it is said, are caused by “nationalism,” that is, love of country. This is an illusion. Wars, in nearly every instance in modern times, have been caused by economic factors and the exploitation of the national spirit to further individual ends.

The causes of war are to be found in the conflicting interests and jealousies existing between powerful financial organizations. Financiers secure power in their own country by placing within the government “statesmen” who will do their bidding, and when the clash comes, they stimulate in peoples every crude instinct of hate and murder.

"Trade," it is said "follows the flag." The reverse is the case. Trade has gone forth in the past, seeking profits for those sitting in the capitals of the country. When these traders, and their financiers, have found themselves in difficulties with traders and financiers in other nations they have not hesitated to use the "flag" as a cloak for their own misdemeanors. The "flag" is too sacred to British people all over the world to be mixed up with the sordidness of trade and finance. Let it fly freely over a people imbued with the spirit of service and duty, and above all, let it be kept out of the dust of the market place where it will be contaminated with the bargaining of the merchants and the usury of financiers.

Sir Oswald Mosley

label56:

Wars, it is said, are caused by “nationalism,” that is, love of country. This is an illusion. Wars, in nearly every instance in modern times, have been caused by economic factors and the exploitation of the national spirit to further individual ends.

The causes of war are to be found in the conflicting interests and jealousies existing between powerful financial organizations. Financiers secure power in their own country by placing within the government “statesmen” who will do their bidding, and when the clash comes, they stimulate in peoples every crude instinct of hate and murder.

"Trade," it is said "follows the flag." The reverse is the case. Trade has gone forth in the past, seeking profits for those sitting in the capitals of the country. When these traders, and their financiers, have found themselves in difficulties with traders and financiers in other nations they have not hesitated to use the "flag" as a cloak for their own misdemeanors. The "flag" is too sacred to British people all over the world to be mixed up with the sordidness of trade and finance. Let it fly freely over a people imbued with the spirit of service and duty, and above all, let it be kept out of the dust of the market place where it will be contaminated with the bargaining of the merchants and the usury of financiers.

Sir Oswald Mosley