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Insano Water Slide: Imagine propelling down the height of a 14-story building, at this angle, at a speed of 105 km/hr. Brazil ... scary ... Insano is an apt name for it ...

Insano Water Slide: Imagine propelling down the height of a 14-story building, at this angle, at a speed of 105 km/hr. Brazil ... scary ... Insano is an apt name for it ...

Residents from Pyongyang, North Korea, and refugees from other areas crawl perilously over shattered girders of the city's bridge, as they flee south across the Taedong River to escape the advance of Chinese Communist troops. The Chinese entered the Korean War as allies of North Korea. U.S. troops battled on the side of South Korea. Begun in June 25, 1950, the war ended on July 27, 1953, with a military demarcation line set near the 38th parallel where it started. Korea remains divided.

Residents from Pyongyang, North Korea, and refugees from other areas crawl perilously over shattered girders of the city's bridge, as they flee south across the Taedong River to escape the advance of Chinese Communist troops. The Chinese entered the Korean War as allies of North Korea. U.S. troops battled on the side of South Korea. Begun in June 25, 1950, the war ended on July 27, 1953, with a military demarcation line set near the 38th parallel where it started. Korea remains divided.

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Empire State Building reflected in a puddle

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Arthur Brower/The New York Times  The Woolworth Building reflected in a puddle in City Hall Park, 1950

Arthur Brower/The New York Times The Woolworth Building reflected in a puddle in City Hall Park, 1950

"A song is like a smile. If you meet people from another country, even if you don’t speak the same language, you know what a smile means. A song works the same way. Music produces feelings that need no translation."  ~ Clay Aiken

"A song is like a smile. If you meet people from another country, even if you don’t speak the same language, you know what a smile means. A song works the same way. Music produces feelings that need no translation." ~ Clay Aiken

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