irak war

Photography by Mauricio Lima

Two US soldiers Pose in front of the giant stone statues of deposed Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein in Baghdad in November 2005. The war in Iraq has been the first in history to have been fully documented before the cameras, from count-down to invasion . From the quick conquest to misery after the occupation.

Members of Operation IMPACT carry the flag draped casket of their fallen comrade, Sergeant Andrew Doiron, onto a CC-177 Globemaster for the final journey home during a ramp ceremony in Kuwait on March 9, 2015. 

Photo: OP Impact, DND

Des militaires participant à l’opération Impact portent le cercueil recouvert d’un drapeau de leur camarade disparu, le sergent Andrew Doiron, vers un CC177 Globemaster à bord duquel la dépouille sera rapatriée, lors d’une cérémonie d’adieu au Koweït, le 9 mars 2015.

Photo : Op Impact, MDN

The only show where you come to find some cheesy musical in the middle age, just to see this actor you like in armour, and you end up watching a show unicorns and pirates and lizard-Dragon and pyscopaths falling in love and a gay ba and a critic of the Irak war and kickass female leads and NO FOURTH WALL. None. they don’t give a fuck anymore, they will talk directly to the camera.

Also, the last episod had a new version of “summer night” with zombies.

Grease. with zombies. in the middle ages.

Wtf people why are you not watching?