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Remember this glue in elementary school?

Chief of the desert, Navajo, by Edward S. Curtis, 1904.

12 Apr 1968, Saigon, Vietnam --- 4/12/1968-Saigon, Vietnam- Soldiers of the 25th Infantry Division look at the bodies of more than 50 Viet Cong killed in the Battle of Good Friday 80 miles NW of Saigon 4/12. The Infantry Division was participating in Operation Complete Victory when their campsite was attacked. --- Image by © Bettmann/CORBIS

TV dinners looked like this when I was a kid. The whole thing was covered in foil.

  • Baatz Beads

    My brother and I would enjoy these when we were kids and my parents were away on vacation. What a special treat! Wouldn't touch them now!

  • Laurie Gran

    The whole thing was foil..just talking bout this other day

  • Zweizig

    I loved these! Yummy!

  • shelly burford

    This one was my favorite!

Geronimo, The famous Chiricahua Apache Chief - Native American

Rear Admiral Eugene Bennett Fluckey (1913 – 2007), nicknamed "Lucky Fluckey",was a US Navy submarine commander who received the Medal of Honor and four Navy Crosses for his service during WW2. In command of USS Barb (SS-220) Fluckey established himself as one of the greatest submarine skippers, credited with the most tonnage sunk by a U.S. skipper during WW2: 17 ships including a carrier, cruiser, and frigate.

"Wait For Me Daddy," by Claude P. Dettloff, October 1, 1940: A line of soldiers march in British Columbia on their way to a waiting train as five-year-old Whitey Bernard tugs away from his mother's hand to reach out for his father.

Marcus Aurelius, fragment of a bronze portrait. Roman, after 170 C.E.

Marilyn was arrested in '54 for driving too slow, not having a valid license & waiting too long to appear in court to pay her ticket.

President Kennedy shaking hands with future President Clinton.

This is so satisfying...except that one of the cans, after the car door threw me off for a second. Then I realized there is a very well disguised person standing there!

Police mugshots from the 1920s. Who are these guys? And why do the suits, fedoras and amazing hair make them both more awesome and creepier?

String-Tie Headbands/Yarn Ponytail Ties

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