It helps to soak the ramen brick in one of the fuels mentioned above for a while before use, but it isn’t necessary. A standard yellow kitchen sponge also works in nearly the same way and makes a handy little impromptu stove when soaked with alcohol or HEET.
Former child actor has a ways to go still in plan to expose Hollywood pedophiles
So now at the turn of the road I saw one of these pictures. It might have been called "The Sailor's Homecoming" or some such title. A fine young sailor carrying a bundle; a girl with her hand on his arm; neighbours gathering round; a cottage garden ablaze with flowers; as one passed one read at the bottom of that picture that the sailor was back from China, and there was a fine spread waiting for him in the parlour; and he had a present for his young wife in his bundle; and she was soon going to bear him their first child. Everything was right and good and as it should be, one felt about that picture.
Soaps created just for men are big right now. I seriously get a package in the mail every other week filled with manly smelling soaps from some new company hoping to cash in on this male grooming boom we’re currently experiencing. Instead of forking over $9 for a bar of artisan man-soap, make a big batch of your own for less than $.75 a bar. AoM contributor Bryan Schatz showed us how to create a manly bar of soap filled with coffee grounds and walnuts — it smells good and can easily clean off whatever gunk you get on your hands.
6714 HOOD FOR US M1943 FIELD JACKET- MINT UNISSUED - OD cotton with buttons, buttonholes and drawstring. These attached to the jacket and were worn under the steel pot. Used in WW2 and Korea. Size small, but unless you button everything up tight, probably not a big deal otherwise. Instruction label in collar. Not sure about actual date of manufacture, but guaranteed original. Mint unissued $ (View Picture)
6544 TROUSERS, INTERMEDIATE,
FLYING, TYPE A-11A - Size 32. Heavy OD cotton with pile lining. Excellent
woven label with specification and contract numbers, indicating 1945 date of
manufacture. Some wear on the seat, and dirt/grease marks on right thigh, otherwise
fine-excellent. All zippers and snaps intact. Several small holes/moth nips
in the woven ribbed part at the ankles. Although intended for flight crew use
(and passengers in those days of virtually no cabin comforts on transport aircraft),
some undoubtedly got pilfered and used by ground crews and non-aviation troops
in winter. $ (View Picture)
1450 Trousers, Intermediate Flying Type A-11-A - Specification No. 3219A, Waist size 30, Stock No. 8300-878650, Order No. (33-038)-45-5105 AN, Ben Greenholtz & Co. Property, . Army Air Forces" on label. Green cotton with pile lining. Compete with suspenders. Mint unissued example. $
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