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Bay City Rollers : Shang-A-Lang Back when I was a kid!

In the world I see – you're stalking elk through the damp canyon forests around the ruins of Rockefeller Center. You'll wear leather clothes that will last you the rest of your life. You'll climb the wrist-thick kudzu vines that wrap the Sears Tower. And when you look down, you'll see tiny figures pounding corn, laying strips of venison on the empty car pool lane of some abandoned superhighway.

Anthony Fokker, age 22, 1912. My favorite WWI ace “Knight of the Air” and a freaking genius besides! He was dutch, the inventor of the Eindecker monoplane, the Fokker triplane and D.VII, developed the interrupter gear (HELLO major innovation used even today), and general hottie. Obviously, he is an ideal boyfriend.

Wonder Woman - Lynda Carter. I felt just like her in my under-roos. :)

President Francois Duvalier | Bad Medicine: Voodoo doctor François Duvalier is elected President in 1957. "Papa Doc" vows to extend power to the black masses but turns the country into a police state. In 1964 Duvalier is proclaimed "President for life," a title that is passed on to his son Jean-Claude in 1971.

Go Go Boots. I wanted these so BAD and finally got them for Christmas - I was the coolest in my Go-Go boots and mini-skirts!

Life jackets were one of the leading causes of death on the Titanic. If a person jumped overboard from 10 feet up or higher, their necks would be broken upon impact with the water. (They may have been the lucky ones). This life jacket was cut from a body after being in the ocean for many days. Recovery workers did not want to touch the bodies, so the life jackets were removed by cutting the straps. The bodies were then weighted and the unidentifiable were returned to the sea.

Mr. Rogers. An amazing man and I still remember the words to many of his songs.

A representation of the Cyborg via Metropolis. Cyborg theory was created by Donna Haraway in order to criticize traditional notions of feminism—particularly its strong emphasis on identity, rather than affinity. She uses the metaphor of a cyborg in order to construct a feminism that moves beyond dualisms and moves beyond the limitations of traditional gender, feminism, and politics.

Martin R. Delany (born May 6, 1812) was a co-founder of the North Star abolitionist newspaper along with Frederick Douglass and William Lloyd Garrison. He studied medicine under abolitionist doctors in Pittsburgh and was admitted to Harvard Medical School but students objected to having a Black classmate and he was forced to leave after three weeks. During the Civil War he was commissioned as a Major. #TodayInBlackHistory

1864. Fredericksburg, Virginia. "Army of the Potomac soldiers drawing from a well, filling their water cart." Wet plate glass negative. Shorpy Historic Picture Archive : high-resolution photo

FREAKY MEDICAL: "Human Oddities" shows all manner of unusual and somewhat scary and appauling human growth phenomenon: from gigantism to extreme dwarfism, additional body fingers and entire bodies (conjoined twins) and missing pieces, the list goes on. This is disturbing but very unique indeed. Take a look if you can.

Desmond T. Doss (1919-2006) was the first conscientious objector to receive the Congressional Medal of Honor. Because of his religious beliefs, he refused to carry weapons and was thus assigned to the army's Medical Corp as a corpsman. His repeated acts of valor during the Battle of Okinawa,where he ignored intense enemy fire to keep treating and rescuing wounded comrades, led to his serious wounding on May 21, 1945. Today, he rests at the National Cemetery in Chattanooga, Tennessee.