Friday Music: Pin-Up in the Navy June 19, 2020 Art/Culture 1 min read Share this Facebook Messenger Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Email PGMantel Latest posts Raised in a home filled with books on Western civilization, P.G. Mantel became a lover of history at an early age. An amateur writer of verse, he makes himself useful as an editor for Men of the West. "The Boy" by Rainer Maria Rilke "Pharaoh and the Sergeant" by Rudyard Kipling From Debtors to Renters: A Dialogue on the Great Reset Sermon: The Conquered World View all 5 Comments That’s some good clean fun right there! Reply This is a 100% Russian production, and yet it looks and feels way more American than anything the pozzed U.S. entertainment industry would give us today: white, heterosexual, celebrating beauty, full of humor and wit and joy. Reply Interesting, I never would have guessed it was a Russian production! Reply Here’s a video on how they made it: https://youtu.be/FtMql6ajPEQ Reply A lot of those ladies look “Russian,” though I would not have caught that if I hadn’t read the comments before. It’s sad that eastern Europeans are going a better job of acting like Americans. I mean, for my own metal health, seeing the lady on the flight deck with the sub-daisy dukes on could have been skipped, but otherwise that was a fun little video. And I’m not a big fan of musicals. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Δ Previous Story A House Divided Next Story Kurgan: Outmarry, Outbreed, and Overcome Latest from Art Looking at Thune’s Vision Editor’s Note: Make sure to check out the other posts at The Last Redoubt I’ve gotten Get Your Boomer Shirt We have been tough on the Boomers over the years, so we decided to make a New Shirts We have added two new shirts to our MOTW collection at Crypto.Fashion, so head over and Movie Review: Spider-Man: No Way Home Editor’s note: Here is a review by our friend Ruricolus. I’m so far outside the target A Quick Introduction to Richard Wagner and “Der Ring des Nibelungen” or the Ring Cycle Wagner’s Ring of the Nibelung is the most auspicious, grandiose, more-than-slightly unhinged, opera of all time.