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December 31, 1907: First New Year's Eve Ball Drop in Times Square. The New York Times had moved offices to the location in 1904, and celebrated the first few years with fireworks. When the fire department ruled that too risky, the ball was substituted. A ball has been dropped every year since, with the exception of 1942-1943, during blackout restrictions. The photograph above, by the way, is not a New Year's celebration. The crowd is awaiting the outcome of the Dempsey-Carpentier fight in 1921.
Proof Of Time Travel? Legit or total scam? Let's review this extraordinary story: In 2008, a Chinese tomb was opened after 400 years of sitting there untouched. When the coffin was being unwrapped from cloth, something metallic hit the ground. They disovered a mud and rock encrusted watch ring stuck at 10:06 time reading with "Swiss" carved in the back.
Time Traveling hipster in the past! It's a museum photo, so highly doubt it's photo edited. The man with what appears to be very modern sunglasses seems to be wearing a stamped T-shirt with a nice sweater, all the while holding a portable compact camera! If this isnt't a time traveler it's definitely the original hipster.