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Years in the making

Important facts to remember about life.

Links for all Disney movies 1937-2008 to watch online! May be the single greatest pin of all time.

Nothing was worse than putting a tape in the VCR that wasn't rewound from the last time someone watched it.

I find early colour photographs, like this striking image of a woman sewing an American flag, to be so powerfully intriguing (it is as though the colour ads an even greater sense of relate-ability and depth to them). #Edwardian #color #1910s #Victorian #photograph #antique #vintage #woman

Though a bit tattered by the hands of time, the true beauty of this amazing vintage colour photograph, and the lovely women in it, from 1915 remains as strong as ever. #Edwardian #photograph #antique #vintage #women #1910s

This is courage and strength. Blackwell's Island Insane Asylum New York World 1887 Nellie Bly (real name Elizabeth Jane Cochran, above) was a 23-year-old journalist without a job when she walked into the offices of Joseph Pulitzer’s New York World in 1887 and was given the daunting assignment of exposing the horrors of the Blackwell’s Island Insane Asylum. She rehearsed feverishly. She played mad. “Undoubtedly demented… a hopeless case,” said one of the doctors who admitted her. But inside the asylum she chronicled the awful food and awful conditions that spurred reform. A brilliant reporter; a brilliant example