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Who thinks of this stuff, smoking squirrels on a little girls head ?

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Cougar by Jurek Zamoyski - Cougar Painting - Cougar Fine Art Prints and Posters for Sale

Favorite picture of all time.

This is a picture of a little person, Edward Garrett, who played a baby in the farce "The Little Stranger" on Broadway. So, the picture is not as weird as it looks. It is a picture of a man, not a child.


Portrait/Self Portrait - Mary Britton Clouse 2005 A long time animal advocate and artist, Mary Britton Clouse and her husband Albert Clouse run a Minneapolis animal sanctuary, Chicken Run Rescue . Come on, this is a terrific photo

" La rassegnazione è un suicidio quotidiano "  ( Honorè de Balzac )

Fuck the weak allah. Fuck the all worthless god. Fuck jesus the rapist. Fuck the child molesting pope. Fuck it all!

As crime & gang violence soared on the streets of New York in the late 1800's, the NYPD turned to local inventor Tony Spark to create an automated crime fighter. Sadly the robotic invention was too slow and cumbersome to be any help in the fight against crime. However the story would later inspire both Stan Lee and Paul Verhoeven

Chester E. Macduffee next to his newly patented, 250 kilo diving suit, 1911 Is this the inspiration for Robbie the Robot (Return to the Forbidden Plant)?

Taxidermy cat hat.  Apparently this was a thing because I have a book on Victorian fashion that describes a tippet with a real kitten head at each end.

The Hair Hall of Fame: Puss- A stuffed cat for a hat- taxidermy in the Victorian era

Life Guards S. Raper, Sidney Crockett and William H. Beckham, 13 September 1915 © Museum of London Christina Broom

A new exhibition at the Museum of London Docklands includes a variety of Christina Broom's work - including scenes of suffragette processions and First World War soldiers.

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George was forced by his parents to dress up as his deceased twin sister and the basket he's holding contains bay leaves, which in the Victorian language of flowers means "I change but in death".

Emmy Andriesse Photographs of Jewish Amsterdam, War and Liberation. In jewish quarter- boy eating

Baby Animals Written by Naoma Zimmerman Illustrated by Marge Opitz Rand McNally Elf Book Copyright 1950

Baby Squirrel in a Hurry Baby Animals Written by Naoma Zimmerman Illustrated by Marge Opitz Rand McNally Elf Book Copyright 1950