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vintagesportspictures:

Roy Campanella (1942)

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thrustreverse:

Roadtrip in a Camaro . Here through Biloxi Beach , Mississippi . 
eyeslowfromthatloud:

Camaro
corvettesandcamaros:

Who’s Ready for the Weekend?!?! #chevy #camaro #corvette
weirdvintage:

In 1932, Dr. Archibald Purves from England designed the Dynasphere.  He believed that one huge wheel encompassing five passengers was far more efficient than a car with four wheels.  The biggest issue was that it steered quite poorly.  (via)
projectendo:

I love the Lego Movie so much, and I connected with Unikitty’s thinly-veiled anger issues on a spiritual level, so I figured I’d make an animation out of the (clearly) most important character.
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wantering-heels:

Darling Suede Pump, Black
Search for more Heels by Jeffrey Campbell on Wantering.

10!

"Either write things worth reading or do things worth writing"

- Benjamin Franklin-  on “If you would not be forgotten as soon as you are dead” (via gregmelander)

Glory Days Of Air Travel

Flight Attendants prepare for arrival and cross check

"Rock bottom became the solid foundation on which I rebuilt my life."

-

J.K. Rowling (born 1965);

Novelist

chicagobusiness:

High-wire walker Nik Wallenda is scouting locations in Chicago for a tightrope walk among the city’s skyscrapers.
broadcastarchive-umd:

The World’s First “Carphone:”

An article in the March 21, 1920 Sandusky Register in Sandusky, Ohio retold the story of a man in Philadelphia named W. W. Macfarlane who was experimenting with his own “wireless telephone.” With a chauffeur driving him as he sat in the back seat of his moving car he amazed a reporter from The Electrical Experimenter magazine by talking to Mrs. Macfarlane, who sat in their garage 500 yards down the road…
As the article notes, this story was first reported in an issue of Hugo Gernsback’s magazine The Electrical Experimenter. Gernsback was an important popular figure in the development of radio and in 1909 opened the world’s first store specializing in radios at 69 West Broadway in New York. The reporter from the Experimenter asked Macfarlane if his device, which he said cost about $15 to make (about $160 adjusted for inflation), had any practical uses in the future… [more]
Jay Ward, the world needs you now more than ever.
anal0gue:

Studer A800 2 inch reel to reel tape recorder :-)