If it seems like today’s kids have gotten “softer” compared to the kids decades ago, perhaps it’s because playgrounds have gotten softer as well.
Rulers of Evil’ by F. Tupper Saussy - Introduction - Read by Jorg [36.36] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=reDZ_0uRiC8&list=PLLwcrpIAcjm9FzL2wbP9LD2LpkhTs0i1w&index=3 Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLf8pXpMRcLXvrorWm9Pf_3oLlnk5vwavJ Download the book here: https://archive.org/details/rulersofevilf.tuppersaussy joggler https://archive.org/details/%40joggler?&sort=-publicdate&page=2
The carving also included a crude personal insult directed at someone named Secundinus.
A hymn of rage, a hymn of redemption, and a timeless love letter to the possible.
Sending greetings to friends and family from places we visit has always been popular. Whether we text, call or just post something on social media, we love to let others know about where we travel and what we see there. Although we may associate tourism with modern or postmodern society,...
Now and again, an invention becomes so ubiquitous that it becomes practically invisible. Really, when's the last time you thought about the jerrycan?
Now we can show you what they censors didn't want you to see: the black hole photographs.
Before studies showed that cigarettes caused cancer, tobacco companies recruited the medical community for their ads.
These vintage ads for cocaine and cocaine paraphernalia show how crazy and disturbing the 1970s were. Cocaine accessories ads on magazines!
Love and sex in ancient Egypt had rituals and a way of dealing that differed greatly from other civilizations, where we find that the practice
The secret history of the world’s largest nuclear detonation is coming to light after 60 years. The United States dismissed the gigantic Tsar Bomba as a stunt, but behind the scenes was working to build a “superbomb” of its own.
Research support was provided by the Investigative Fund of The Nation Institute. Follow-ups: "Amplification," June 19, 2000 and letters exchanges: "Lead--Balloons and Bouquets," May 15, and "Lead-Letter Office," July 3, 2000.