This looks like it would roast you to a nice golden brown. Human Hothouse: For comfortable sunbathing in the city or during cold weather, a California firm offers a Plexiglas bubble which lets in ultraviolet rays but keeps out sand, soot, and wind.
This is either a case of the unluckiest spouse ever, or a perfect murder by the husband.
Back in 1964, Dr. Erwin O. Strassmann of Houston kicked up a controversy by suggesting there was a correlation in women between bust size and I.Q.
We marvel at films like Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer, or Wallace and Gromit, in which, during a given scene, one or two puppets might be in motion.
Its awesome how realistic this looks when it is finished and fascinating how it is done as well.
An ad placed in Time magazine (April 26, 1948) by the "Federation for Railway Progress" boasted about their investment in atomic research, and urged railroads to join the federation to benefit from all the great advances that atomic research would soon bring to the transportation industry: Will your railroad have a place at the atomic research table?
Why is this woman placing her bare foot atop a crocodile's head? The answer is here.
Genitalia vandalism, the funniest phrase I have ever seen, is how they refer to someone going through an Ikea drawing penises on everything, in Denmark.
Following up on yesterday's post about the sexy mortuary calendar from 1948, here's a more recent example of the same kind of thing, but featuring sexy "men of mortuaries." It was released as a one-off thing in 2008 in order to raise money for a breast cancer charity.
Original ad. I wish I could find a picture on the internet of the packaging for this product. Or learn who the legendary Father Pierre was.
You know, I was actually getting into this a little bit, finding the esoteric knowledge somewhat alluring.
The Washington DC mortuary of W.W. Chambers caused a scandal when it issued a calendar for 1948 featuring scantily-clad models to advertise its embalming business.
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Perhaps no one had ever complained before. Macon Chronicle-Herald - Feb 6, 1954 Suspect Tipsy Driver Took Wrong Short Cut AUBURN, Ind.
This sounds like it was straight-up spousal abuse, and the wife got away with it. The Washington Post - May 24, 1907
Original article here.
Created by artist Mary Graham in an attempt to create a genuinely 100% natural cosmetics product. She writes: "Everything I used was created by nature.
My ears, they bleed!
The out of control anti vaccination movement shows just how damaging junk science and the belief that being famous make someone knowledgeable can be.