A literacy test given to black voters in the 1960s
Iowa Children’s Hospital
WWII Russian soldier with his helmet and boots still on
Los Angeles Urban Search and Rescue team on their way to help in Mexico City
The boundary between Scottsdale, AZ and the Salt River Indian Reservation
This is “Frida”, she has saved 52 people so far in Mexico’s Earthquake
Indigenous Brazilian Guajajara Woman
Ravens and Jaguars players locked arms while others kneeled for the national anthem.
A 1938 Alfa Romeo
Saudi Arabia accidentally prints textbook showing Yoda sitting next to the king
Engine cover flies off and you expose F1 secrets worth millions
6’5" Kara Maleski, Wichita State Volleyball Player
The Last Woman To Follow China’s 1000-Year-Old Foot-Binding Tradition Shows The Damage Done
Foot-binding, as it is known, was first carried out 1,000 years ago. It was normal for centuries, until being finally outlawed in 1911.
It was adopted among courtesans after a Tang Dynasty emperor fell in love with a mistress who had tiny feet and wrapped them in silk when dancing.
The practice became the norm amongst upper-class court performers, but it soon spread to all classes.
Tarantulas have Pets
A quantum computer processor
Cesaro Loses Teeth During Match at No Mercy
President Trump walking with a boy who asked if he could mow the White House lawn, and was allowed to
The UC Davis pepper spray incident that the university payed over $100,000 to “erase from the internet”
Amish mug shots
Kim Jong-un watching the rocket take off
Rohingya Muslim man carried his parents for nearly 100 miles to escape Burma’s death squads
What every zoo should be like
A Prada store in the West Texas desert that is never open for business
Prada Marfa is a permanently installed sculpture by artists Elmgreen and Dragset, situated 1.4 miles northwest of Valentine, Texas, just off U.S. Highway 90 (US 90), and about 26 miles northwest of the city of Marfa. The installation was inaugurated on October 1, 2005. The artists called the work a “pop architectural land art project.”
The sculpture, realized with the assistance of American architects Ronald Rael and Virginia San Fratello, cost $80,000 and was intended to never be repaired, so it might slowly degrade back into the natural landscape. This plan was deviated from when, six days after the sculpture was completed, vandals graffitied the exterior, and broke into the building stealing handbags and shoes.
In memory of the Cassini probe, this is Earth as seen from Saturn. The tiny blue dot is us
NRV II Concept. A vision in 1983 for what Nissan thought was to come in their cars in the future.
Hostel in Germany is an indoor vintage RV park
Time gets us all
This is the largest container ship in the world. It can hold over 19,000 containers and is so massive, the recent expansion of The Panama Canal is still unable to accommodate it’s size
Braces before and after (3 years)
HIV Positive fence…
Eminem’s letter to Tupac’s mom
Phil Heath vs Big Ramy for the 2017 Mr Olympia….
2017 Mr Olympia… Phil Heath