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  • The Loving Story: Photographs by Grey Villet

    01/21/2012 6:01:08 AM PST · by iowamark · 25 replies · 1+ views
    Forty-five years ago, sixteen states still prohibited interracial marriage. Then, in 1967, the U.S. Supreme Court considered the case of Richard Perry Loving, a white man, and his wife, Mildred Loving, a woman of African American and Native American descent, who had been arrested for miscegenation nine years earlier in Virginia. The Lovings were not active in the Civil Rights movement but their tenacious legal battle to justify their marriage changed history when the Supreme Court unanimously declared Virginia's anti-miscegenation law—and all race-based marriage bans—unconstitutional. LIFE magazine photographer Grey Villet's intimate images were uncovered by director Nancy Buirski during the...
  • Lady Gaga and ‘Glee’ Lead GLAAD Awards Nominations List [Perversion Honored!]

    01/19/2012 12:20:49 PM PST · by Steelfish · 7 replies · 1+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle | January 19, 2012
    San Francisco Chronicle 01/19/2012 Lady Gaga and ‘Glee’ Lead GLAAD Awards Nominations List Pop superstar Lady Gaga and hit show “Glee” are among the nominees for this year’s Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation Awards. The “Poker Face” singer has been named as a contender for the outstanding music artist category alongside MEN, Girl in a Coma and Beverly McClellan. “Glee” is in the running for outstanding comedy series, and goes up against other shows including “Modern Family” and “The Big C,” while “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Shameless” have been nominated for outstanding drama series.
  • Yes to Downton Abbey

    01/17/2012 7:37:19 PM PST · by Steelfish · 36 replies
    National Review ^ | January 17, 2012 | Mona Charen
    JANUARY 17, 2012 1 Yes to Downton Abbey Americans don’t secretly long for aristocracy; they appreciate a good story. By Mona Charen Simon Schama holds a place of honor in our home. Preparing for a trip to London in 2005, we watched his video series “A History of Britain,” over the course of several weeks. Our boys loved it so much that they would chant “Britain! Britain!” after dinner. His history of the French Revolution, Citizens, was masterful. So it’s with the greatest respect that I disagree with him about Downton Abbey, the first television series to keep my interest...
  • Profile of Lady Mary's Michelle Dockery in Downton Abbey

    01/17/2012 7:32:27 PM PST · by Steelfish · 13 replies
    LATimes ^ | January 17, 2012
    JANUARY 2012 Leave it to Downton Abbey to bring out everybody’s inner dowager. “Lady Mary,” a British reporter recently swooned over the show’s leading female character. “Those fabulously arched brows, the porcelain features...the dark-eyed sensuality of her tryst with the Turk. There was surely not a dry eye in the land when she was spurned by cousin Matthew at the end of season one, for snootily, foolishly dithering over his marriage proposal.” Pass the smelling salts, old girl! Then again, it’s tough to discuss the work of Michelle Dockery, who revisits the role of Lady Mary Crawley for a second...
  • For Fans for Downton Abbey- Interview With Julian Fellowes

    01/16/2012 1:19:51 PM PST · by Steelfish · 16 replies · 1+ views
    LATimes ^ | January 16, 2012
    JANUARY 2012 Julian Fellowes is as English as Earl Grey and clotted cream. As an actor, director and writer, he has continually peeked under the petticoats of British mores and conveyed the details with relish to audiences. His writing of the upstairs-downstairs whodunit Gosford Park won the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay in 2002, and his subsequent films Vanity Fair and The Young Victoria established Fellowes as the class-fixated Anglophile’s Anglophile. His two novels, Snobs and Past Imperfect, mined the same dishy blueblood vein, and both were Sunday Times bestsellers. A lifelong Conservative, Fellowes was made a Peer of...
  • Miss America 2012 Contestant Photos

    01/13/2012 10:18:35 PM PST · by Steelfish · 41 replies
    January 13, 2012
    Miss America Contestant Pictures 2012
  • Travel Wisconsin

    01/11/2012 4:40:59 AM PST · by afraidfortherepublic · 10 replies · 1+ views
    You Tube ^ | 1-5-12 | David Zucker
    What happens when Hollywood director David Zucker unleashes his wacky humor on the historic Riverside Theater and the renowned Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra? You get a little something we're quite familiar with in Wisconsin: fun. You might remember David Zucker as the director of classics like Airplane! and The Naked Gun. But you might not know that David was born and raised right in Shorewood, Wisconsin! This is David's first Wisconsin project in over 40 years, but he sure hasn't forgotten one thing: Wisconsin is fun in every season. See for yourself! Start planning your Wisconsin vacation with accommodations, attractions, and...
  • High, low desert camping offers stark beauty in winter

    01/09/2012 10:25:57 AM PST · by BenLurkin · 11 replies
    Associated Press ^ | January 08, 2012 2:50 PM | SOLVEJ SCHOU, For The
    “In day time, in winter, it averages 60 degrees. That’s perfect weather for hiking and rock climbing,” said Cynthia LaSala, who oversees the park’s campgrounds as a supervisory visitor use assistant. “Tent campers prepare for that cold weather at night so they can experience the beautiful days. Part of people wanting to be here during the winter is that there are no crowds. Through December and January, there’s hardly anyone here. You can get your choice of a campsite.”
  • The quiet victory of Mia & the kids Woody left behind

    01/09/2012 9:45:17 AM PST · by afraidfortherepublic · 27 replies · 3+ views
    New York Post ^ | 1-8-12 | Maureen Callahan
    As celebrity scandals go, it’s probably second only to the O.J. trial: Woody Allen leaving Mia Farrow, his girlfriend and muse of 14 years, for her adopted teenage daughter Soon-Yi. That was way back in 1992, and what was unthinkable then has long since come to pass: Woody Allen has been forgiven by the public at large. His most recent film, “Midnight in Paris,” has made over $56 million at the US box office to date — his highest-grossing film ever. Along with Elaine May and Ethan Coen, he contributed a one-act play to Broadway’s “Relatively Speaking,” which opened this...
  • They that go down to sea in ships

    01/08/2012 10:24:48 PM PST · by SWAMPSNIPER · 26 replies
    YOUTUBE ^ | Jan 09,2012 | swampsniper
    They that go down to sea in ships, that do business in great waters: These see the works of the Lord, and his wonders in the deep. 107th Psalm
  • [Caption This Photo] Trenton and Santa Monica, Jan. 2012

    01/08/2012 12:20:01 PM PST · by TigerLikesRooster · 10 replies
    Donga Ilbo ^ | 01/06/2012
    Trenton, NJ (left) and Santa Monica, CA (right)
  • Masterpiece Theater - Downton Abbey 2 (Season 2 starts tomorrow night)

    01/07/2012 5:12:32 PM PST · by randita · 137 replies
    PBS ^ | 1/7/12 | PBS
    Program: Masterpiece Episode: Downton Abbey 2: The Critics Can't Stop Talking The critics can't stop talking about Downton Abbey season 2 on MASTERPIECE! Watch the season premiere, Sunday, Jan. 8, 2012 at 9/8C. See why USA Today's Robert Bianco said "Lightning can strike twice" and US Weekly declared "With six Emmys and an endorsement from Will and Kate, the delicious period drama returns, and is even more grandly addictive." Duration: (1:00) Premiere Date: 01/08/2012 Episode Expires: Never TV Rating: NR
  • Camera Manual Library

    01/06/2012 7:19:26 PM PST · by SWAMPSNIPER · 41 replies
    BUTKUSMANUALS ^ | Jan 06,2012 | swampsniper
    It just occured to me that although I've been enjoying this site for a long time I've never passed on the link.This site has owners manuals for many older cameras and flashes.It's free to download but the site is supported by donations, so kick in a couple of bucks.If you've ever tried to hunt down an old manual the value of this collection is obvious.SUPPORT FREE REPUBLIC BEFORE YOU SEND MONEY TO ANYONE!!!
  • Vintage Photography/ Camera Ads

    01/06/2012 11:38:24 AM PST · by SWAMPSNIPER · 14 replies
    VINTAGEADBROWSER ^ | Jan 06,2012 | swampsniper
    Photography related ads from 1880 into the 1990s.
  • Woman Scratches, Rubs Butt Over $30M Painting

    01/05/2012 9:28:20 AM PST · by Impala64ssa · 122 replies
    NBC S.Cal ^ | 1/5/12 | Greg Wilson
    A Colorado woman dropped her pants at a museum and rubbed her rear end all over a painting valued at $30 million, according to police. Carmen Tisch, 36, was arrested after scratching, punching and, well, rubbing her butt against Clyfford Still's "1957-J no.2" and causing an estimated $10,000 damage to the artwork at the Clyfford Still Museum in Denver. Police believe she was drunk during the late December incident. "You have to wonder where her friends were," a spokeswoman for the district attorney's office told the Denver Post. Tisch was charged with felony criminal mischief on Wednesday and has been...
  • Now You See It, Now You Don't: Time Cloak Created

    01/05/2012 2:03:02 AM PST · by Captain Beyond · 50 replies
    Associated Press ^ | 1-4-2012 | Associated Press
    AP Photo/Heather Deal, Cornell University Scientists demonstrate how they have have created a new invisibility technique that doesnt just cloak an object -- like in Harry Potter books and movies -- but masks an entire event by briefly bending the speed of light around an event. In this illustratio, an art thief walks into a museum and steasl a painting without setting off laser beam alarms or even showing up on surveillance cameras. WASHINGTON – It's one thing to make an object invisible, like Harry Potter's mythical cloak. But scientists have made an entire event impossible to see. They have...
  • PayPal Tells A Buyer To Destroy A $2,500 Antique Violin Instead Of Returning It For A Refund

    01/04/2012 4:06:38 PM PST · by afraidfortherepublic · 12 replies
    Business Insider ^ | 1-4-12 | Kim Bhasin
    PayPal is feeling the wrath of the viral web yet again, fresh off of a spat with Regretsy that unleashed a wave of negative PR. What did it do this time? An eBay seller named Erica sent a letter in to Regretsy outlining a recent experience with PayPal that cost her what is apparently a $2,500 antique violin. According to Erica, she sold the violin to a buyer in Canada, who disputed the label. PayPal declared the violin "counterfeit" (which Erica says there's no such thing in the violin world), and told the buyer to destroy the violin if he...
  • New study shows architecture, arts degrees yield highest unemployment

    01/04/2012 1:23:06 PM PST · by SeekAndFind · 47 replies · 1+ views
    Washington Post ^ | 01/04/2012 | By Peter Whoriskey
    College kids may choose to spend their campus days studying the glories of Plato, Shakespeare and Le Corbusier. But, as a new study points out, there may be a steep price to pay. Recent college graduates with bachelor’s degrees in the arts, humanities and architecture experienced significantly higher rates of joblessness, according to a study being released Wednesday by Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce. Among recent college graduates, those with the highest rates of unemployment had undergraduate degrees in architecture (13.9 percent), the arts (11.1 percent) and the humanities (9.4 percent), according to the study. The recent...
  • Dilemma and obligation question

    01/04/2012 12:27:14 PM PST · by Dogbert41 · 23 replies
    I was unintelligent and posted an item on Craig's List for an amount that I thought it might move. I get a bite immediately and the guy haggles further to get me to include the shipping. My wife then hears what I've done and looks up on the internet a similar item listed for oh, say, 35 times more. How obligated am I to go through with the deal? The guy knows the true value of this item, where I did not. Now that I do, is it too late to renegotiate or am I obligated to receive his money...
  • New 'silent camera' apps cause plague of voyeurism in Japan - and some are on sale in West

    01/03/2012 3:33:38 PM PST · by TigerLikesRooster · 19 replies · 1+ views
    Daily Mail ^ | 01/03/12 | Rob Waugh
    New 'silent camera' apps cause plague of voyeurism in Japan - and some are on sale in West 60 per cent rise in illicit photography Apps let users take photos - but only show innocent-looking emails on screen Silent camera apps already on sale in West By Rob Waugh Last updated at 12:55 AM on 3rd January 2012 Most smartphone cameras have a built-in shutter noise to prevent the camera being used to take pictures without people's consent. But a new wave of 'silent' apps - some specifically designed for voyeurism - have been blamed for a huge rise in...
  • RIP Bob Anderson-Hollywood's Supreme Sword-Master

    01/02/2012 3:48:18 PM PST · by hoagy62 · 10 replies
    Ain't It Cool News ^ | 1-2-12 | 'Nordling'
    RIP Bob Anderson, 1922-2012. Who, you say? You may not know him, but I can almost guarantee you've seen his work. The swordfight in "The Princess Bride"? Bob choreographed it. All the swordplay in the "Lord of the Rings" trilogy? He supervised and taught all of the cast about it. The epic lightsaber duels in "The Empire Strikes Back" and "Return of the Jedi"? It was Bob in the Vader suit, not David Prowse. Not to mention his work in "Highlander", "The Three Musketeers", "The Mask of Zorro" & "The Legend of Zorro", "Die Another Day", and even on the...
  • Great 2012 London Firewworks Display

    New Year's London Fireworks 2012 in full HD
  • Happy New Year!

    12/31/2011 7:45:09 PM PST · by TigerLikesRooster · 28 replies
  • War Drawings by US Soldiers

    12/31/2011 9:09:08 AM PST · by Daffynition · 17 replies · 1+ views
    Cracktwo.com ^ | Dec 31, 2011 | unknown
    No words. Sadly, not attributed, but worth a look see.
  • Snapped: camera thieves caught

    12/29/2011 5:42:27 AM PST · by LibWhacker · 12 replies
    Canberra Times ^ | 12/29/11 | Asher Moses
    Kevin Hayes feels like the luckiest man alive. Three years ago, the 43-year-old Melbourne man was in Canberra and lost the $5000 Canon EOS 5D Mark II DSLR camera his wife bought him for his birthday, and he had all but given up hope of getting it back when he found out about the website stolencamerafinder.com M The site helped him track the lost or stolen camera to a man who works at a Sydney tattoo parlour a few weeks ago and NSW Police have since collected it. Hayes expects to have his camera back any day now, and NSW...
  • Visual propaganda becoming a common place pain

    12/27/2011 8:13:58 AM PST · by Usagi_yo · 12 replies
    Vanity | 12/27/2012 | Vanity
    I'm getting a little peeved at the liberal use photo/article pairings that are not contextual -- and it's becoming more commonplace than anything. The issue is: Notice the current drudge headline Obama wants another 1.2 Trillion, then there is a picture above the headline that shows a smug Obama on the telephone. Last week it was Gingrich not making it on the VA primary with a picture above it of Gingrich burying his head in his hands. It's visual propaganda.
  • Touching New Christmas Song

    12/25/2011 10:25:12 AM PST · by CitizenM · 9 replies
    YouTube ^ | 12/25/11
    This new Christmas song performed by the (British) Military Wives Choir is sure to become a classic. God Bless our troops the world over. At this time, especially, may they be remembered and honored.
  • 2011 images of the year

    12/25/2011 10:07:02 AM PST · by Dysart · 11 replies
    Boston.com ^ | 12-25-2011
    Lesser flamingoes at the Lake Natron at the foot of Ol Doinyo Lengai. Salmon-coloured clouds of flamingoes sweeping overhead is a common sight at east Africa's Rift Valley lakes, but the mounds of mud where they lay their eggs are found only here. The caustic waters of Lake Natron form the only breeding ground for east Africa's endangered lesser flamingoes, but the Tanzanian government is determined to revive plans to build a soda ash plant at the lake.
  • Pop Opera Prodigy Jackie Evancho Performs A Holiday Classic (Video-"Channeling Actual Angel"]

    12/24/2011 4:59:48 PM PST · by Steelfish · 27 replies · 1+ views
    Wall St. J ^ | December 08, 2011 | Christopher John Farley
    <p>The first thing you might think when you see this video is that she’s lip-syncing. Let us assure you that she is not. We were sitting right there.</p>
  • The man who saved The Resurrection (painting)

    12/23/2011 7:30:20 PM PST · by decimon · 16 replies
    BBC ^ | December 23, 2011 | Tim Butcher
    A chance discovery has brought to light the little-known story of how a British Army officer risked a court martial in wartime Italy to save a painting the author Aldous Huxley once described as "the greatest picture in the world". I opened a dead man's suitcase in Cape Town and was transported from today's Africa, via World War II Italy, to Renaissance Tuscany. Inside I found a story of high art, bravery and love, all the more powerful because it is a story not widely known. I was on Long Street, a boisterous city-centre shopping artery, exploring the upper floors...
  • Virtual tour of the Sistine Chapel

    12/22/2011 4:51:14 PM PST · by Doogle · 17 replies · 3+ views
    Villanova ^ | 12/22/11
    Virtual tour of the Sistine Chapel. Let it load then use your mouse to look around. http://www.vatican.va/various/cappelle/sistina_vr/index.html
  • 5 male celebrities I support, and why

    12/22/2011 12:11:51 PM PST · by thesaleboat · 29 replies
    LifeSiteNews ^ | 21 Dec 2011 | KRISTEN WALKER
    December 21, 2011 (LiveAction.org) - Recently I wrote about five male celebrities I boycott for their pro-abortion views. Today, I’ll tell you about five famous men whose careers I can feel good about supporting, because they believe in and profess the sanctity of life. Keep in mind I may disagree with them on other issues. But because I believe abortion is the ultimate moral litmus test, if they recognize the evil of abortion, I know their moral compass is pointed in the right direction.
  • Saudi Arabian gold coin (Vanity)

    12/21/2011 7:52:38 PM PST · by Cardhu · 23 replies · 4+ views
    The above coin, which I photographed in its plastic container, was sent to me by my daughter who works in Saudi Arabia. She says that this is what Saudis give to each other as gifts. I know some Freepers have lived and worked in Saudi Arabia and may know more about this coin. I believe the inscription says "There is but one God and Allah is his name"
  • Dogs Decorating Christmas Tree - A Doggy Christmas

    12/19/2011 11:52:08 AM PST · by Attention Surplus Disorder · 18 replies
    YouTube ^ | Dec 20, 2008 | unknown
    Enjoy! Pretty clever.
  • The Oakling and the Oak: Hartley and Samuel Taylor Coleridge

    12/19/2011 11:13:38 AM PST · by mojito · 4 replies
    Lapham's Quarterly ^ | Anne Fadiman
    From Samuel Taylor Coleridge to Thomas Poole, September 24, 1796: "My dear, very dear Poole …Mrs Coleridge was delivered on Monday, September 19th, 1796, half past two in the Morning, of a SON…When I first saw the Child, I did not feel that thrill & overflowing of affection which I expected—I looked on it with a melancholy gaze—my mind was intensely conntemplative & my heart only sad.—But when two hours after, I saw it at the bosom of it’s Mother; on her arm; and her eye tearful & watching it’s little features, then I was thrilled & melted, & gave...
  • Best Christmas Lights Display

    12/17/2011 9:06:07 AM PST · by bigbob · 6 replies
    Fixxy ^ | 12-1-11 | Unknown
    Amazing Christmas display with 176 channels and 45,000 lights! The show is so popular that it requires a crew of 3 people to manage the traffic. (Video at link)
  • ScienceShot: Celestial Snow Angel

    12/17/2011 6:58:14 AM PST · by JoeProBono · 42 replies
    sciencemag ^ | 15 December 2011 | Sid Perkins
    Just in time for the holidays, the folks at the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore, Maryland, give us a glimpse of a heavenly angel—not literally one of the seraphim, of course, but an astronomical delight nonetheless. The two-lobed star-forming region, dubbed Sharpless 2-106, is located in an isolated part of our Milky Way galaxy nearly 2000 light-years from Earth. The bluish "wings" are lobes of super-hot gas illuminated by a monster star—dozens of times the mass of our sun—forming in the center of the still-expanding nebula. A dark ring of dust and gas circling the star (dark bands, center),...
  • Got time on your hands and some room? (models..no not those)

    12/15/2011 1:59:46 PM PST · by Doogle · 6 replies
    youtube ^ | 06/20/11 | youtube
    Interesting look at more model building in Germany. Worlds smallest airport Enjoy! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qz4NcTnQedo&feature=youtube_gdata_player
  • PHOTOS: Day bracketed by dramatic sunrise, sunset (Washington State)

    12/14/2011 12:42:21 PM PST · by illiac · 5 replies
    SeattlePI ^ | 12/14/11 | SeattlePI
    Tuesday was a day that started with a stunning sunrise, as seen above in this photo by Associated Press photographer Elaine Thompson. The day was bracketed with another stunning display of color at sunset, courtesy of our dryer than usual December. Rain is expected to return later in the week.
  • Mayor’s Bizarre Family Christmas Photo Goes Viral (Mayor of San Juan, PR)

    12/13/2011 12:24:40 PM PST · by DemforBush · 57 replies
    Yahoo ^ | 12/13/11 | melissa knolwes
    Right about now, you're probably starting to receive Christmas cards from friends and family. It's pretty safe to assume that most of them are adorned with candid shots of smiling faces, and some even have a picture of the newest addition to the family: a kid or man's best friend. Well a Christmas card from San Juan's mayor just earned him a spot on the famous blog "AwkwardFamilyPhoto.com."...
  • 'Manos: The Hands Of Fate': Carefully Restoring The Opposite Of A Masterpiece

    12/12/2011 8:08:48 PM PST · by struggle · 67 replies
    npr.org ^ | 12/12/11 | Chris Heller
    Manos: The Hands of Fate doesn't deserve to be called the worst movie ever made. It may not deserve to be called a movie at all. Manos is a weird blip in film culture, the closest thing that the B-movie world's ever had to its own butterfly effect. It was made on a bet by an El Paso insurance salesman with no filmmaking experience named Harold P. Warren, screened in a few West Texas theaters in 1966, and promptly forgotten for the better part of three decades. Then, in 1992, a couple of yahoos with a show on Comedy Central...
  • 500 Years of Female Portraits in Western Art

    Nominated as Most Creative Video 2nd Annual YouTube Awards
  • ... created with just a permanent marker and a LOT of time

    12/10/2011 12:18:30 PM PST · by Daffynition · 128 replies
    DailyMail ^ | 10th December 2011 | Daily Mail Reporter
    They may look like the sketches of a madman with too much time on his hands. But these stunning landscapes are in fact a labour of love for German artist Heike Weber - who used permanent marker pens to draw on acrylic floors and walls The art installation series, called Utopia, has transformed a dull and dreary apartment in Neumünster into a surreal landscape of visual depth and complexity.
  • Artist Believes He's Found Secret Code in the Mona Lisa

    12/09/2011 2:33:14 PM PST · by nickcarraway · 30 replies
    News5 ^ | 12/9/2012
    A New York artist believes he's "cracked the code" of Leonardo da Vinci's "Mona Lisa" painting. Ron Piccirillo stated on his blog that the painting is an optical illusion with one painting hidden within another. He refers to a "secret that has been hiding for five hundred years" as he claims to have found a lion's head, an ape head and a buffalo head in the painting while turning it around. "I had first Googled this, but could not find anything on it," he stated. "How could something like this have gone unnoticed for five hundred years?" The key to...
  • NPP Satellite Acquires First VIIRS Image

    12/07/2011 12:29:50 PM PST · by Ernest_at_the_Beach · 23 replies · 1+ views
    noaa.gov ^ | Nov. 21, 2011 | NOOA
    NPP Satellite Acquires First VIIRS Image *************************************** An image taken by the NPP Visible Infrared Imager Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) on Nov. 21, 2011.Credit:NASA [click image to enlarge at the wensite....worth the visit]Or see Link following the article........************************************** The Visible Infrared Imager Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) onboard NASA's newest Earth-observing satellite, NPP, acquired its first measurements on Nov. 21, 2011. This high-resolution image is of a broad swath of Eastern North America from Canada’s Hudson Bay past Florida to the northern coast of Venezuela. The VIIRS data were processed at the NOAA Satellite Operations Facility (NSOF) in Suitland, Md. VIIRS is one...
  • Young Republican needs some votes.

    12/07/2011 7:55:23 AM PST · by slatimer · 1 replies
    Vote for my young republican and future president of the United States. She needs your votes. She is currently second out of 1150. http://photos.parents.com/kid-of-the-year/49/2011/2 Vote for the girl on the blanket and share on your Facebook wall as well. Make sure you put vote for the girl on the blanket so you friends know who to vote for.
  • Pearl Harbor remembered in Life Magazine pictures

    12/07/2011 5:33:33 AM PST · by Old Teufel Hunden · 8 replies
    Time Life Magazine ^ | 12/7/11 | Time Life
    http://www.life.com/gallery/66991/rare-and-unseen-pics-after-pearl-harbor#index/0
  • Just kinda nice

    12/06/2011 6:33:11 PM PST · by DManA · 6 replies
    Duluth News Tribune ^ | December 6, 2011 | Staff
    Enjoy or not.
  • What children’s drawings would look like if it were painted realistically

    12/06/2011 12:48:52 PM PST · by EveningStar · 31 replies
    Elezea ^ | December 4, 2011 | Rian
    The Monster Engine is one of those projects that make me love the Internet for its ability to expose amazing creative talent to a worldwide audience. Illustrator Dave DeVries started with a simple question: What would a child’s drawing look like if it were painted realistically?
  • Linus Explains the Meaning of Christmas

    12/03/2011 7:15:00 AM PST · by truthkeeper · 12 replies
    Youtube ^ | Charles Schultz, CBS television
    Linus explains the meaning of Christmas in this old television classic.