Found this on Ebay. It’s on the Mackinac Bridge. I’m heading out into the woods this weekend, and hopefully I’ll be eating lots of venison steaks and jerky soon. No growth hormones or ammonia baths for that meat.
A month-long imagination invasion.
"Every year, my wife and I devote the month of November to convincing our children their plastic dinosaur figures come to life while they sleep.
It began modestly enough. The kids woke up to discover that the dinosaurs had gotten into a box of cereal and made a mess on the kitchen table.”Too fucking cute.amazing.-D
If my parents did this when I was a kid, I would have been terrified.
Happy Birthday, Joni Mitchell!
Joni Mitchell - Both Sides, Now [Original Studio Version, 1969] (by BluesAnders)
Found this sign in our store. I like it, pretty much how I live my life.
Happy Fifth of November.
Revolution? Hardly! These masks are based off of the likeness of the very real Guy Fawkes, who wanted to blow up parliament in order to replace a Protestant monarchy with a Catholic monarchy. Those masks, by the way, are made in a factory in South America where the workers are paid very little. And since the masks were featured and made popular by V for Vendetta, all the royalties go right to Warner Brothers, a large corporation. So explain to me how these masks represent anything revolutionary? Do any of the revolutionists in the history books wear masks? No, because they weren’t afraid to hide their faces to make real changes.
was the ’90s even a real decade
Too bad this is from a mid-80’s Cherry Coke commercial. It’s funny how people who were too young to remember the 90’s think they were so weird. I grew up during that time and now is a much stranger time than then.
I dressed up as the white rabbit for Halloween at our store. I keep looking at my pocket watch and going: “I’m Late, I’m Late!” Ironically, I was late to work this morning.
In 1937 two women caused a car accident by wearing shorts in public for the first time
In 1937 a careless driver caused an accident when he took his eyes off the road to ogle 2 women wearing shorts in public for the first time.
fucking thank you
Kind of a lame accident. The car looks like nothing is wrong with it. I mean I know that cars were built like tanks back then, but if someone hit a light post going more than a few MPH, it would at least dent the bumper. I looked into the history of this photograph, and it was taken in Toronto, ON, Canada in 1937. However, there is no captions or eyewitness accounts to explain what happened, nor is there any mention of it being the first time women wore shorts out in public for the first time. In all likelihood, it was a staged photograph.
October 24, 1926: Harry Houdini’s Last Performance
On this day in 1926, world famous magician Harry Houdini performed his last show at the Garrick Theater in Detroit, Michigan at age 52. Born Erik Weisz in Hungary, Houdini was noted for his escape acts as audiences marveled at daring stunt performances with shackles, ropes, handcuffs, and straitjackets.
To explore how Harry Houdini captivated audiences, watch Thirteen Specials’ “No Escaping Houdini” for more on his magical legacy.
Photo: 1895 lithograph “Harry Houdini, King of Cards” (Library of Congress).
This is not okay nope
The last song on Abbey Road, was not “The End,” it was “Her Majesty.” Plus, Let It Be was the last studio album released by The Beatles (It was recorded before Abbey Road but was released on May 8th, 1970; Abbey Road was released September 26th, 1969). The actual last song on The Beatles last studio album was “Get Back.”
A History of the Republican Party in Three Campaign Pins or Less.