Never miss forearm day
News Caster from the last time a Solar Eclipse was visible from America
Golden Eagles talons
A Music Typewriter from 1936
Someone made a collage of headlines saying what millennials are killing
Pipe Slum in India
Ruined temple Covered in Volcanic Ash
New 50ft statue “Dignity” that just went up in South Dakota
The stainless steel statue, by South Dakota artist laureate Dale Lamphere, depicts an Indigenous woman in Plains-style dress receiving a star quilt. The sculpture honors the culture of the Lakota and Dakota peoples who are indigenous to South Dakota.
The statue boldly proclaims that South Dakota’s Native cultures are alive, standing with dignity.
When interviewed after the dedication, Lamphere said “It’s been well received by the Native community, and by visitors from all over the country. My hope over time is it really gets people to think about the beauty of the native cultures.”
At DisneyLand all photos of Walt Disney have his cigarettes photo-shopped out
Ever wondered how reliable those age progression on missing persons are?
Woman marries daughter after the two ‘hit it off’
An Oklahoma woman and her biological adult daughter have both been arrested after local officials discovered the pair had married each other earlier this year.
Both Spann and 25-year-old daughter Misty have been arrested on charges of incest, which is a felony that carries a potential sentence of 10 years in prison. The Associated Press reported that the woman believed the marriage was acceptable because her name wasn’t on her daughter’s birth certificate.
Cockpit of Airbus A380
These Are The Most Searched Plastic Surgery Procedures By State
Protecting their rights
Target for carrying girls clothes with something other than ponies and princesses
Carl Sagan predicts 2017 in 1996
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Nixon’s Resignation Letter
18 year old Kate Upton
Circus fat man 100 years ago
How can someone call themselves an American patriot while holding a Nazi flag?
World War II gun turret in France
It was relatively isolated and came under heavy German attack, which inflicted a lot of damage and casualties. Requests to evacuate were denied by the French command, and as the Germans kept on shelling the place, a fire started, filling the structure with smoke. Every remaining defender who hadn’t been killed in the fighting died as a result of carbon monoxide poisoning. (apparently the levels got so high, they must have overwhelmed the gas masks most of the dead were wearing)
The Germans eventually went in with respirators, and found no survivors.
At precisely 11:11 a.m. each Veterans Day (Nov. 11), the sun’s rays pass through the ellipses of the five Armed Services pillars to form a perfect solar spotlight over a mosaic of The Great Seal of the United States
An Artist Left A Dress In The Dead Sea For Two Years
A carbonised loaf of bread with the stamp ‘Property of Celer, Slave of Q. Granius Verus’, Herculaneum (near Pompeii), 79 AD
New Delhi, India
This is North Sentinel Island, and is one of the last areas on earth to be remained untouched by modern civilisation
When Harry Truman died in 1972, this Purple Heart and letter (written by the parents of a solider killed in the Korean War) were found in his desk drawer
With only 77 ever made, one of the rarest supercars in the world, the Aston Martin One-77
The Marquez retirement cake is savage af
Runner about to win collapses. Guy in second picks him up and helps him across giving up his chance at the title and the prize money
Jesse Orach (Maine singlet), 23 and a recent UMaine grad, had built a strong lead in the TD Beach to Beacon road race but was struggling to finish and win the Maine Division title. His only close competitor, Robert Gomez (Dirigo singlet), sees Jesse’s in trouble but rather than breeze past him in the chute to win his first Maine title in 10 tries, the 34-year-old stops to offer assistance and gets Jesse across the finish line in first, sacrificing his own glory (and $$$).
Worlds best biathlon athlete, Martin Fourcade has a resting heart rate of 25 BPM!
María Lorena Ramirez won 1st place in a 50k marathon in Mexico. She ran in a skirt and sandals
Apart from the sandals, María Lorena Ramírez wore a skirt and a scarf in the race. She did not have any professional training.
She finished the race in seven hours and three minutes, and was awarded 6,000 pesos ($320; £250).
The fastest 100m times ever. Names crossed over were using doping
Spotted during the second inning of Yankees game
Red Wings vs. Sabres, 1971
Wrestling Oil Check
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