One man shaves another man with an axe on forestry Field Day, 1940s (University of Florida Archives)
Dubai’s Solar-Powered Teardrop Building to Suck Water from Air (via Juan Cole)
Mountain Blast Powerade Christ, 2013
Christianity x Powerade collaboration
"To the States or any one of them, or any city of the State, Resist
much, obey little,
Once unquestioning obedience, once fully enslaved,
Once fully enslaved, no nation, state, city of this earth, ever
afterward resumes its liberty.
—Leaves of Grass, 173.
US Postal Service stamp (1948)
“Linda Christensen’s “Burned Out of Homes and History, Unearthing the Silenced Voices of the Tulsa Race Riot” an educational unit she developed for the Fall 2012 issue of Rethinking Schools. (via Zinn Education Project)
Brainstorming the site redesign…
sunn0))) technical rider. June, 2012.
Sunn Model T (schematic). Fender. 1998.
The coffin of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. surrounded by mourners, including his children. (Benedict J. Fernandez/National Portrait Gallery)
Elvis Presley had a habit of shooting television sets.
"[I]n I’ll Be Right Back (Simon and Schuster, 1999), the biography of talk show host Mike Douglas. According to Douglas, Elvis was irritated that Goulet had dated a singer from Elvis’ group. When Goulet was a guest on The Mike Douglas Show, Elvis shot the TV set. Because this happened in a hotel, the incident surfaced in the press. Elvis was concerned about the reaction of Mike Douglas to the news story and phoned him to apologize. Douglas saw this as an opportunity to get Elvis on his show. Elvis: “I’m sorry, Mr. Douglas. Mike. I can’t. Honest to God. I just can’t.” Douglas: “Elvis, why not? You don’t even have to sing if you don’t want to.” Douglas tried several angles during the phone call, but Elvis refused. The TV set is on display at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.”
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