AC/DC’s Thunderstruck By 2Cellos

I love AC/DC and 2Cellos, (Sulic & Hauser), knock it out of the park with their absolutely amazing performance of Thunderstruck. WOW!!



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2Cellos (Sulic & Hauser)


A Message From A Grandpa To His Grandchildren

This Grandpa has a very insightful message to his grandchildren that is sooo on the money!!



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Vintage Ads That You Wouldn’t See Today

Hard to believe some of these vintage ads really did exist….

This anti-malaria medicine which also makes you fat hails from late 19th-century America.


These Asthma Cigarettes are not recommended for children under six.


This ad, from Life magazine, 1956, promotes clothes for “chubby girls”.


Playboy lifestyle ruined by diarrhea? This is the product for you.


Cocaine for children? What could possibly go wrong?


This not-at-all-creepy 1991 ad for Johnnie Walker whisky.


This 1973 lingerie store catalogue tells it like it is.


This mid-1990s advert for the Sega Megadrive.


This studtastic advert for jeans.


This extreme vision of a bad hair day is from Charles Antell, a hair products manufacturer.


Having trouble parenting? TRY SOME BEER.


This Marlboro ad uses cute babies to advertise cigarettes, because why not?



Source: buzzfeed


8 Most Memorable Lessons From Mister Rogers

Mister Rogers was a very insightful man who had many words of wisdom we all could benefit from!

It can still be a beautiful day in the neighborhood if we take Mister Rogers’ lessons as seriously as *he* took *us* when we were growing up.

Lesson #1. Be the Mister Rogers you wish to see in the world.

mister rogers01 Think: What would Mister Rogers do? Then do that. This is the most simple and most difficult of all the lessons.

Lesson #2. Know that scary things are there. And talk about it.

mister rogers02For example. If you are worried you might go down a drain, Mister Rogers has you.

“The rain may go down,
But you can’t go down.
You’re bigger than any bathroom drain.
You can never go down
Can never go down
You can never go down the drain.”

Lesson #3. Talk about your feelings. If you know what to do with your feelings, you can do anything.

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Mister Rogers went to *CONGRESS* and talked about his feelings.

mister rogers04 He was like, “By the way guys, people can’t deal with their feelings and they’re hurting each other.”mister rogers05 mister rogers06 And then he straight up was like, “Hey congressmen, can I sing you a song?”


mister rogers07 mister rogers08 mister rogers09And that’s how he won over a grouchy old senator and got millions of dollars of funding for his show.

Lesson #4. Dress down! The only thing that matters is who you are inside anyway.

mister rogers10It’s OK to be comfortable.

Here’s some more of his beautiful song:

“But it’s you I like —
Every part of you,
Your skin, your eyes, your feelings
Whether old or new.
I hope that you’ll remember
Even when you’re feeling blue
That it’s you I like,
It’s you yourself,
It’s you, it’s you I like.”

Lesson #5. It’s good to be curious and imagine new things.


mister rogers11misterrogerscrayonsRemember when he took you to the crayon factory? No one questions how crayons are made because Mister Rogers changed your life when he showed you how your favorite writing utensil came to be.

Mister Rogers was ready to learn, he was curious, and he thought that, like, EVERYTHING was interesting.

Even cassette players! mister rogers12Yes. That is what cassette players looked like!

Best question ever, right here:

mister rogers13WHAAATTTTT?!

Get out of your life and into your mind. It’s called imagining. :::prayer hands:::

Lesson #6. Remember the helpers in our world.

mister rogers14 Maybe even *be* one of the helpers. Feel the feelings.

Lesson #7. Like other people. Like yourself!

mister rogers15“I’m just so proud of all of you who have grown up with us, and I know how tough it is some days to look with hope and confidence on the months and years ahead. But I would like to tell you what I often told you when you were much younger: I like you just the way you are.” — Mister Rogers

Lesson #8. Remember: Everyone is your neighbor. I mean everyone.

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Imagine if we lived in a world where we realllllllly thought that everyone was reallllly our neighbor.

That’s Mister Rogers’ world.

People from Ferguson.

People from halfway around the world.

People on your street! (Your LITERAL neighbors!)


Sing me your song, Mister Rogers.

“So, let’s make the most of this beautiful day. Since we’re together we might as well say: Would you be mine? Could you be mine?

Won’t you be my neighbor?”

We can live in this neighborhood.

How about we grow *that* idea in the garden of our minds?

Mister Rogers taught us a special thing about ideas in the gardens of our minds.

mister rogers17All you have to do is think, and they’ll grow.

Source: upworthy

Ultrasounds So Creepy You Might Question Ever Having A Baby

YIKES!  These ultrasounds are down right disturbing!

1.   Nope. Nope, nope, nope, nope.


2.  Give me your hopes. Give me your dreams.


3.   In utero, no one can hear you scream.


4.  I hope it comes in peace.


5.  Wanna play a game?


6.   Edvard Munch’s baby looks cute.


7.   This looks like an old gypsy woman who curses you after you refuse to give her a bank loan.


8.  Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal No Thanks!


9.  Beelzebub looks comfortable.


10. . Is… is there more than one?


11. Hai.


12. Jazz hands!


13.  I see you.


Source: boredomtherapy

15 Absurd Products That Actually Exist

WOW!?!  Check out these products whose existence is not just totally unnecessary, but also entirely strange.  What is the world coming to?

1.  “Yo, can you make me look like a human snorkle?” … “I’ve got just the thing.”


2.  I’d really like to smell like a grease fire.


3.  To think I was just going to throw it away


4.  Take your waffles to fashion week!


5.  Good thing they gave the meatball a mustache.


6.   Hot lips?


7.  Like 5 very weak people are trying to strangle you.


8.  White Castle candle? White Castle candle.


9.  Forget apple-bottom jeans, give me the skillet-butt denim.


10. Is the Nelson Mandela thing more offensive than the cat-butt one?


11. Soooo counter-culture.


12. Ice-cream sandwich or pool float? It’s both!


13. Have we gone too far??


14.  Tired of your free-loading dog? Get these and put her to work!


15. Somebody is having way too much fun.


Source: boredomtherapy


14 Of The Creepiest Places Found In The United States

For those of you who like bone chilling horror stories, haunted houses/museums etc., be sure to check out some of the creepiest places in the United States,  you will ever find!


The Museum of Death, Los Angeles, CA

creepiestplaces07Founded in 1995, the Museum of Death features a large collection of serial killer memorabilia (yes, apparently that’s a thing), including prison artwork done by the serial murderers themselves! What, you don’t want to go?

Clinton Road, West Milford, NJ

creepiestplaces10Known to many as the “Most Haunted Road in America,” drivers along it have often reported supernatural sightings and satanic rituals. If those things weren’t enough, there are stretches of it known as the Dead Man’s Curve and the Ghost Boy Bridge! Count us out on that one.

The Lizzie Borden House, Fall River, MA

creepiestplaces13The Lizzie Borden house was the site of another ax murder, in which the aforementioned Lizzie Borden was accused of murdering her father and stepmother. She was acquitted, to nearly everyone’s surprised, but the eeriness of the murder still hangs over the place.

Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum, Weston, VA

creepiestplaces03A hospital for the mentally ill which surprisingly was still in operation little more than two decades ago, the building is now thought to be haunted by the spirits of patients angered by overcrowding, poor conditions and inhumane treatment.

The Grave of the Female Stranger, Alexandria, VA

creepiestplaces06The subject of a bizarre and little understood legend, The Grave of the Female Stranger holds the body of a woman who died and was buried by her husband in 1816 completely anonymously. Her spirit is said to haunt the grave to this day.

The Saint Louis Cemetery, New Orleans, LA

creepiestplaces09 Known for its unsettling above-ground vaults, this group of three cemeteries has many notable residents, but perhaps the most infamous is Marie Laveau, the Voodoo Queen of New Orleans, who is said to grant wishes for visitors who perform a ritual and leave an offering.

Bachelor’s Grove Cemetery, Chicago Suburbs, IL

creepiestplaces04 Many feel cemeteries are spooky places to begin with, but Bachelor’s Grove is undoubtedly creepy even by those standards! Containing only 82 plots to begin with, the graveyard has largely been abandoned after numerous reports of supernatural sightings.

The Stanley Hotel, Estes Park, CO

creepiestplaces08Famous for being the hotel which inspired “The Shining,” the Stanley has long been believed to be haunted, especially the well-known ballroom. More recently, the television program “Ghost Hunters” investigated and found that in fact there were scientifically inexplicable phenomena which originated in the ballroom.

The Winchester Mystery House, San Jose, CA

creepiestplaces02 Once a project of Sarah Winchester (the wife of the designer of Winchester Rifles), this mansion was intended to contain the spirits of those killed by her husband’s invention. These days, it is a giant building with bizarre architectural quirks, and in which there are often strange sightings and sounds.

The Villisca Ax Murder House, Villisca, IA


The site of a famous ax massacre, the Villisca Ax Murder House is said to be haunted by the ghosts of the Moore family and their guests, who were murdered in 1912; a case which remains unsolved to this day.

Waverly Hills Sanatorium, Louisville, Kentucky

creepiestplaces11Built in 1910 for the purpose of housing tuberculosis paintings, the hospital was forced to expand considerably following an outbreak. Even a conservative estimate places the death toll at the hospital around 8,000 at the time of its closing in 1962, and those dead are said to haunt the building now.

Lemp Mansion, St. Louis, MO

creepiestplaces12The Lemp family once owned a brewery that made them rich and powerful in St. Louis. That is, until tragedy befell the family. Several generations of suicide plagued the Lemps, and their house now has a reputation as one of the most haunted buildings in the United States.

St. Augustine Light, St. Augustine, FL

creepiestplaces14Built at the site of a previous lighthouse which collapsed, this one is said to be haunted by the daughters of the superintendent who lead the construction of the current lighthouse, both of whom drowned in an accident there.

The Mütter Museum, Philadelphia, PA

creepiestplaces01If you find preserved human specimens morbid, this is definitely not the place for you because it’s stocked full of them. If those don’t bother you, how does an entire extracted human colon sound?




The Woman And The Welfare Card

Some people are very quick to judge those using a welfare card and this is one of those times their assumptions were DEAD wrong!



‘Some people!’ snorted a man standing behind me in the long line at the grocery store.

‘You would think the manager would pay attention and open another line,’ said a woman.

I looked to the front of the line to see what the hold up was and saw a well-dressed, young woman trying to get the machine to accept her credit card. No matter how many times she swiped it, the machine kept rejecting it.

‘It’s one of them welfare card things. Damn people need to get a job like everyone else,’ said the man standing behind me.

The young woman turned around to see who had made the comment.

‘It was me,’ he said, pointing to himself.

The young lady’s face began to change expression. Almost in tears, she dropped the welfare card onto the counter and quickly walked out of the store. Everyone in the checkout line watched as she began running to her car. Never looking back, she got in and drove away.

After developing cancer in 1977 and having had to use food stamps, I had learned never to judge anyone without knowing the circumstances of their life. This turned out to be the case today.

Several minutes later a young man walked into the store. He went up to the cashier and asked if she had seen the woman. After describing her, the cashier told him that she had run out of the store, got into her car, and drove away.

‘Why would she do that?’ asked the man. Everyone in the line looked around at the fellow who had made the statement.

‘I made a stupid comment about the welfare card she was using. Something I shouldn’t have said. I’m sorry,’ said the man.

‘Well, that’s bad, real bad, in fact. Her brother was killed in Afghanistan two years ago. He had three young children and she has taken on that responsibility. She’s twenty years old, single, and now has three children to support,’ he said in a very firm voice.

‘I’m really truly sorry. I didn’t know,’ he replied, shaking both his hands about.

The young man asked, ‘Are these paid for?’ pointing to the shopping cart full of groceries.

‘It wouldn’t take her card,’ the clerk told him.

‘Do you know where she lives?’ asked the man who had made the comment.

‘Yes, she goes to our church.’

‘Excuse me,’ he said as he made his way to the front of the line. He pulled out his wallet, took out his credit card and told the cashier, ‘Please use my card. PLEASE!’ The clerk took his credit card and began to ring up the young woman’s groceries.

Hold on,’ said the gentleman. He walked back to his shopping cart and began loading his own groceries onto the belt to be included. ‘Come on people. We got three kids to help raise!’ he told everyone in line.

Everyone began to place their groceries onto the fast moving belt. A few customers began bagging the food and placing it into separate carts. ‘Go back and get two big turkeys,’ yelled a heavyset woman, as she looked at the man.

‘NO,’ yelled the man. Everyone stopped dead in their tracks. The entire store became quiet for several seconds. ‘Four turkeys,’ yelled the man. Everyone began laughing and went back to work.

When all was said and done, the man paid a total of $1,646.57 for the groceries. He then walked over to the side, pulled out his check book, and began writing a check using the bags of dog food piled near the front of the store for a writing surface. He turned around and handed the check to the young man. ‘She will need a freezer and a few other things as well,’ he told the man.

The young man looked at the check and said, ‘This is really very generous of you.’

‘No,’ said the man. ‘Her brother was the generous one.’

Everyone in the store had been observing the odd commotion and began to clap. And I drove home that day feeling very American.

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Incredible Horse Sculptures Created From Broken Driftwood

British artist and sculptor Heather Jansch is the gifted individual behind these strong and iconic horse sculptures made entirely from driftwood.

 From the beginning I dreamt of becoming an artist living in a wooded valley with clear flowing water at my door and horses grazing all around.

horsesculptures01In 2000, she was able to realise that dream by purchasing her first home. Located high on the slopes of a steep wooded valley, she created a secluded sculpture garden a few moments walk from her front door, a place to house and display her pieces.


Twice a year she opens her property to visitors which all donations going to charity. Once instead they are greeted with a world of natural beauty, giant sculptures and wildlife.

horsesculptures03 horsesculptures04 horsesculptures05 Recently she’s been diversifying the materials she uses to construct her sculptures, creating limited editions using fine bronze instead of driftwood she finds on the beach.

horsesculptures06Along with her eye-catching sculpting work, Jansch is also a prolific illustrator, often sketching and detailing her various ideas for new animals and designs.

horsesculptures07Sometimes she uses pencil and pen, other times watercolours and pastels – but the theme and focus on her love of animals always remains the same.

horsesculptures08Many of Jansch’s artworks are available for sale and even if you don’t have a place big enough to house one of her sculptures, prints, photos and her sketches are also available.

You can view her unique collection through her portfolio and find out about the avaialblity of specific artworks by sending her an email

p.s. Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at how Heather creates a brand new stag sculpture from the ground up.

Source: youtube

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Amazing One Of A Kind Cars

Every automotive aficionado would love to see any of these one-of-a-kind cars. Some of these vehicles were prototypes that never got to the production phase, and others were specifically made for a wealthy car collector. Take a look at these awesome rides here, since you most likely won’t be seeing them on the road.

Lamborghini Egoista

An interesting concept car revealed by Lamborghini for the company’s 50th anniversary in 2013.


Ferrari F12 TRS

A mixture of old school styling and modern power. It resembles the 1957 250 Testa Rossa and was unveiled in Sicily in 2014.


2005 Maybach Exelero

Luxury and speed actually coexist in this V-12 that pushes out a comfortable 700 horsepower. The car was valued at $8 million in 2008.


Rolls-Royce 102EX

This was more of a prototype that was perfected. An electric and gas motor with 590lb-ft of torque from a standstill. There has never been an attempt to replicate.


1996 TVR Cerbera Speed 12

The superb piece of engineering boasts a whopping 960 horsepower and only weighs a little over 2100 pounds. Some think the power makes this car unusable for the street.


Lancia Stratos Zero

Its 540 horsepower and 300 pound per foot of torque is placed on a Ferrari platform. This Lancia is a track prepped street car. It is basically a modernized Ferrari F430.


Beatnik Bandit

Stylish in a outlandish way, the Beatnik Bandit, along with the Orbitron, was the work of custom car builder Ed Roth. This car’s most unique feature was the joystick used to steer. Gamers everywhere may want to take it for a spin.


1969 Porsche 914/8

This is a tiny car with a huge reputation. It somehow has an 8 cylinder engine fitted into this tiny machine.


2009 Bertone Mantide

It is part American, part European, an exquisite blend of extreme styling and power. The 632 horsepower engine gets it to 60 mph in 3.2 seconds.


1966 Jaguar XJ13

There was only one prototype ever created in 1966. Due to a tire issue, it crashed during a filming in 1971. It was stored, but later found and restored.



It has a hot rod, dragster feel, with the driver’s seat situation in the rear. What really made it stand out were its bubble dome top and asymmetrical front end that featured red, green, and blue tinted head lamps.


2013 Ferrari Icona Vulcano

The designer based in Shanghai created a style that is simple looking but dominant. Icona offered its buyer a choice of a V12 hybrid with 980hp, or a twin turbo with 880hp.


1995 Renault Espace F1

This is by far the coolest minivan ever created. A 800 horsepower Ferrari engine inside this creation. It propels the car from 0-60 mph in only 2.8 seconds.


Volkswagen Golf W12 650

This could easily be regarded as the fastest economy sport car, and there was only one ever made. Volkswagen took the engine from a Bentley, providing 631 horsepower which was more than enough to power this pocket rocket.


2006 Dodge Viper ASC Diamondback

It is ranked among the finest muscle cars to date. Constructed of only carbon fiber, the 610 horsepower, V-10 engine was inspired by McLaren Performance Technologies.


Volga V12

An exotic blend of black and chrome, this car accelerates from 0-60 mph in 6.5 seconds. It only has 380 horsepower but a lot of attitude.


Smooth Ride

This car has a very unique feel to it, with it’s curves and color.


2011 Mini Life Ball

It has a rugged theme like no other Mini Cooper. Basically, any one in love with adventure would fall in love with this piece of machinery.


1949 Delahaye 175 S Saoutchik Roadster

It was meticulously made by a French coach building company in the late 40s. The car’s engine was valued at $6 million and is a very cherished car indeed. It has a sleek blue exterior that just seems to flow from front to back.


2003 Cadillac Sixteen

This is probably the largest engine created to date with a whopping 16 cylinders producing an astounding 1000 horsepower in this luxury car. It has a cylinder deactivating system as well.



The car is a modified Pontiac GTO that was built for the pop band of the mid 60s that also starred in their own TV show about themselves. The car is just an interesting sight all around, with modified fenders and a convertible top.


Blastolene Special

This one of a kind piece is owned by Jay Leno. It weighs just short of 10,000 pounds; an impressive machine by any standards. Jay has tricked it out with 1,500 horsepower and 3,000 pound per foot torque.


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Purchases That Maybe Pricey But Definitely Worth It

The good people of AskReddit  were asked to reveal their purchases that have NEVER given them buyer’s remorse.

 1.  A Perfect Fitting Bra

purchases06Source: busse

“A good one can cost a good bit, but the comfort and support are SOOO worth it!” explains Redditor hugthelion.

2.  A Bike Helmet

purchases09Source: dno1967b

A good helmet, no matter what kind of bike you ride. “I’ve had cases where couple of my mates have ended up in hospital because of their shitty helmets – concussions, split head. Fuck…” said one Redditor.

3.  A Straight Razor

purchases12Source: coffeegeek

“Bought a 1940’s DE razor and my face is in love. Good for the environment over disposable razors and I’ll save money in the long term when it comes to buying razor blades,” says chemhemp.

4.  Condoms

purchases15 “A few bucks can save hundreds of thousands down the road… (Assuming you’re not looking to have kids of course.) Also STDs,” says ethanjf99.

5.  A First-Aid Kit


“…these things are essential for emergencies where you, your family/friend or even a stranger endures catastrophic damage to their bodies. It’s better to be prepared than to watch someone bleed out while waiting for an ambulance,” explains zkei.

6.  A Good Mattress


“I will never understand how a person can spend twenty grand on a car they sit in thirty minutes a day but will suddenly balk at spending fifteen hundred on something they will spend a third of their life on,” says Redditor BeerSteak.

7.  Renter’s Insurance


“My apartment building burned down. Got an $18,000 cheque 2 weeks later. Cost of renter’s insurance? $15/month,” explained Redditor Sublimical.

8.  Wet Wipes


“Being a cheapskate, I would have never bought wet wipes on my own, but since they were there at work to use when I was pooping, I used them…Holy cow! So awesome. Then when  I was at the store one day…I said “what the hell” and splurged on the wet wipes. That was 10 years ago, and I’d never go back,” said one Redditor.

9.  A Good Set Of Knives


“A good knife will last for years and be much easier to use than a cheap blade that loses its edge right out of the box,” says Redditor The Praetor.

10. A Real Leather Belt


“Make sure it’s REAL leather. Not that shitty pressed together department store crap,” advises one Redditor. I’ve been using the same one for 12 years now. Replaced a few buckles, but the belt is still good to go.”

11. Birth Control

purchases02 “Twenty bucks a month for a regular cycle, less hormones and no kids? YES!” says Redditor Sexualcatperson.

12. Deodorant


“If you find a scent you really like, buy $1000 worth of that shit,” said Redditor Kalepsis. “Because the company will eventually stop making it.

P.S. Fuck you, Old Spice. Bring back Mountain Rush.”

13.  A Cab Ride Home From The Bar  (and back again in the morning to pick up your car)

purchases11Source: dhammza

“I once divided the total cost of my friend’s DUI by the average cab fare it takes me to get to the bars and realized I could take a cab every weekend for years and still come out cheaper than a DUI” explained the_dayman.

14. Regular Oil Changes

purchases14 Source: twodolla

Oil is literally the life-blood of your vehicle. “Your car won’t keep going places without routine maintenance,” points out yggtree.

15. The Right Plunger


“I was disgracefully hung-over, and my brother had stacked all his clothes on the toilet. Tried pushing some breakfast down, and it noped out as fast as I swallowed it. Instead of chucking his clothes on the floor, I risked crapping my pants and just threw up in the sink. TL;DR a plunger really would have helped,” said Redditor Piece_Maker.

16. Top Shelf Tires

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“You can have a top of the line car that has every latest safety feature known to man but none of it matters if you can’t stop when you get cut off,” explained Brain Pop. “Once you have driven on a set of good tires you will notice how much better the car feels overall. Plus a good set will last longer.”

17. A High Quality Computer


“You pay a low price, you get a shitty computer. You pay a lot of money and you get a kick ass machine. It is worth what you pay for it every time,” points out Redditor Madchemist94.

18. Traveling

purchases13“Seriously, the absolute best thing you could ever spend your money on is seeing the world, different perspectives and cultures, and experiencing things you would otherwise never experience. It completely changes you as a person for the better,” said Non_Sequitur_Ninja.

19. Chimney Cleaning


“I’m a chimney sweep. Clean your freaking chimneys! Yes it’s expensive, but it’s a specialty service and could save your life,” says Poo_.

20. High Speed Internet

purchases16Source: kirklau

“Internet Access is always worth the money,” says one wise Redditor. “The ability to connect to people all around the world is priceless. How else would we entertain ourselves in the bathroom?”

21. Black-Out Curtains


“I just spent about $40 on two curtains and a curtain rod,” says b_deam. “I’ve been getting way better sleep and don’t start to toss and turn an hour before I have to get up. Also, I’ve noticed that since my cat seems to always want to sleep in the room he’s been sleeping in also. He’s like a rooster and wakes up at any sign on sunlight to stand on my chest and death stare me until I wake up to feed him.”


Source Via: distractify


Photos Like this Prove Nice People Still Exist In This World

Sure is awesome to see nice people behaving kindly towards others in this chaotic world we live in!































































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Powerful Photos You Likely Did Not See In Your History Class

Have a look at these fascinating photos you probably did not see in your History class.


The best headline could be for everyone at the time of world war-II.history01

Prostitutes buying cocaine from Koks Emil on the streets in Berlin, 1929. history04

Opening ceremony of Woodstock, New York (1969)history08

Window Cleaning in New York (1933)history12

Demolition of Berlin Wallhistory16

The old Hollywood sign, 1923.history02


Mussolini’s headquarters, along with the Italian Fascist Party. (1934)history11

Football match between British and Germans during the Christmas truce of World War I (1914)history15

Final 4 couples after Chicago Dance Marathon.(1930)history05

Slave Auction, 1859.history09

American-African family during purchase in an isolated stand on ice cream in Alabama (1956)history14

Women in Chicago were arrested for wearing too short of swimming suit in 1922.history03

Suicide at Wall Street, Manhattan(1929).history06

Sunset Strip. (1979)The Sunset Strip is the name given to 2.4 km stretch of Sunset Boulevard that passes through West Hollywood, California. It extends from West Hollywood's eastern border with Hollywood at Havenhurst Drive, to its western border with Beverly Hills at Sierra Drive.

Skinheads and Hippies in Piccadilly Circus. (1969)history13

Bob Marley on the beach with Miss World Cindy Breakspeare, mother of Damien Marleyhistory17