yesterday at 23:45.
In the museum, you can find boxing gloves, bobbleheads, football jerseys, and racing suits—all used by Italian American sports stars.
National Italian American Sports Hall of Fame
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yesterday at 22:34.
Cow-quaker’ refers to May storms after cows were let into the fields, while a ‘lambing storm’ is a light spring snowfall.
From BBC Culture
The stories behind Britain’s weirdest weather words
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yesterday at 21:21.
Step across this bridge, whose builder thought it would collapse on opening day more than two centuries ago.
A Beautiful Stone Arch Bridge Along the Old National Road
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yesterday at 23:36
Silly ,the scaffolding wasn't the problem rathe concern about dismantling the falsework, the supporting structure that was built to support the fitted arch under construction before the key stone was in place.. A technique little changed over the centuries
today at 00:33
And I was just checking this bridge out the other day!
yesterday at 23:37
Deanna Lee we have ppl who used this road I think.
yesterday at 20:17.
The story has it that Butch Cassidy narrowly escaped a man he had attempted to kill by hiding along this trail in Utah.
The Cassidy Trail
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yesterday at 20:23
Local law .. law .. butch was as any man can be
yesterday at 22:59
yesterday at 19:15.
NASA will post about 500 video clips in all.
NASA Just Released Hundreds of Historic Space and Aviation Videos
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Diane White Daniel
yesterday at 20:04
Fantastic! Hopefully it will inspire a generation of young people!
Sandy Van Horn
yesterday at 19:51
Joan Gibson McDevitt, George might like these videos
yesterday at 19:29
My friends, you have to see these.
yesterday at 17:52.
For those of you who thought the regular size version didn't cause enough conflict.
Monopoly in the Park
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yesterday at 17:54
It's fun for an Instagram pic, but not really conducive to actually playing. Also parking in this area is super difficult!
yesterday at 18:03
But how are you supposed to flip it over out of anger when you lose??
today at 00:39
You really take a Chance when you play Monopoly in the park.
yesterday at 17:02.
The reservoir, not far from Tel Aviv, is 20 meters long and, in places, 4 meters deep.
Found: A Cavernous, 2,700-Year-Old Reservoir
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yesterday at 18:00
Aaaand the Israelis built a settlement.... lol
yesterday at 16:25.
The Uffington White Horse, England’s oldest geoglyph, is 3,000 years old.
England’s Centuries-Old Fascination With Carving Giant Horses Into Hillsides
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yesterday at 16:27
"...unbridled enthusiasm..." - we see what you did there.
yesterday at 19:00
Let's not forget the Bulford Kiwi, also in Wiltshire.
yesterday at 17:39
Also worth visiting in Wiltshire are the Fovant Badges.
Regiments travelling to WW1 trenches built them as a lasting memorial they represent their various regimental cap badges.
yesterday at 15:23.
Steve's life was all too brief.
There's a Memorial to Honor the Robot That Drowned Itself
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yesterday at 15:31
This was no accident. I want a full investigation. I think Steve dug too deeply, and uncovered something he wasn't supposed to find.
yesterday at 15:36
R2-D2 shut down again. C-3PO is having fits (but that's not unusual). And the Daleks are just going around blasting shit and shouting "Exterminate!" (not unusual, either). Robby the Robot tried to warn Steve by waving his arms around shouting "Danger, Will Robinson! Danger!" but Steve paid no attention because his name was not Will Robinson.
yesterday at 16:47
It's Asimov's Fourth Law of Robotics - also known as The Marvin Law. All robots must be terminally depressed.
yesterday at 14:48.
After heavy rainstorms doused Northern California in February, 188,000 people evacuated the area.
To Fix a California Dam, Engineers Are Putting a Giant Scale Model to the Test
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yesterday at 14:06.
A coordinated and synchronized orchestra of eight floppy disk drives plays “Through the Fire and Flames” by English metal band DragonForce.
Watch These Floppy Drives Play a Famous Power Metal Song
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yesterday at 15:59
Back in the day, when TRS-80s didn't officially have audio, people tricked them into disrupting nearby radios in a vaguely musical fashion.
yesterday at 21:31
Cody Allard it sounds like they need some help with mastering but it's a solid track
yesterday at 14:17
yesterday at 13:33.
“It’s disappointing … It took around a year-and-a-half to make those cheeses."
There's a Cheddar Theft Mystery in England
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yesterday at 16:01
Gouda for them.
yesterday at 15:47
We have top men working on the recovery of the purloined cheese right now. Top men.
yesterday at 14:06
Sorry Shapley, it appears you beat me to that one. How about: If the cops would Cheddar little light on the case we might be able to sniff out the dirty rats!
yesterday at 12:48.
About 300 young “Yippies” entered the park with grand plans of capturing Tom Sawyer Island, liberating Minnie Mouse, and cooking Porky Pig (who is not even a Disney character).
How a Group of '70s Radicals Tried (and Failed) to Invade Disneyland
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yesterday at 14:27
I was there that day. I was 6 years old. It was our big family trip, having driven from Oklahoma in our station wagon with the luggage on top for a 2-week vacation. I remember having to leave the park and rush out to the parking lot, but our parents were trying not to be too panicky and scare us kids. I just knew that hippies had taken over the park and raised their flag, and I think there were rumors going through the crowd that shots had been fired (but I don't think they had guns). My sister was 9 and remembers it more clearly, such as the hours that it took out of the parking lot.
John Robert Hurley
yesterday at 12:58
Since Porky Pig is a Warner Brothers character, it's not surprising the plan failed.
yesterday at 14:19
At least the yippies were a clutch of (mostly) self-aware, fun-loving goons; compare antics like a goofy (aahehehe) Disney insurrection to what we got now
yesterday at 12:09.
The deepest layers of sediment date to roughly 7,400 years ago, while the top layers are about 2,900 years old.
A Sea Cave in Indonesia Contains a 5,000-Year Record of Tsunamis
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yesterday at 21:36
a closet in my parent's house contains a 38-year-old J. Geils Band record of Freeze Frame....so, now you know that.
yesterday at 13:59
yesterday at 14:42
Eve Ro Sita Muka Dwi Hartini Fransisca Hendrawanto ....
yesterday at 11:28.
Get to Idaho. The world's biggest beagle is waiting for you.
Hidden Attractions and Unusual Things to Do in Idaho
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Stephan J. Cox
yesterday at 19:30
Kellogg, Idaho; home of car dealers that sell pickup trucks at cost. And Wallace, Idaho; a quaint hillside town that played the fictional hamlet of "Dante's Peak, Washington" in the movie "Dante's Peak". Also was home to the last stoplight on the Interstate Highway System.
yesterday at 12:58
Shelley Kucharek Jim Gallagher the Beagle is a bed and breakfast! Road trip to Idaho!
yesterday at 23:12
come to idaho where we have a potato museum and a place you can legally get away with murder.
yesterday at 10:48.
The 60-mile swath of crop destruction stretched from Thomas, South Dakota, to Marshall, Minnesota.
Behold the 60-Mile 'Hail Scar' Left by a South Dakota Storm
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yesterday at 11:56
In 2003 we had a storm line of marble size hail with 90 mph winds in a gust front that ran for 60 miles and 6 miles wide. Everything was sandblasted by hail. Every blade of grass and leaf were taken away by the storm. Loose gravel disappeared.
yesterday at 10:59
You've never really experience a bad hail storm until you see the dents in the ground after one.
Charlotte M Gregoire
yesterday at 13:35
yesterday at 10:02.
The structure is in the same spot where Nazis burned some 2,000 books as part of their “Campaign against the Un-German Spirit” in 1933.
A Parthenon of Banned Books, Built at a Former Book-Burning Site
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yesterday at 17:07
...so they destroyed more books, makes perfect sense...
yesterday at 15:35
The Greeks burned what they did not want after gleaning libraries
yesterday at 11:10
yesterday at 04:01.
What started as quaint transport built for a Victorian spa turned into something much more grim.
From BBC Future
The underground railway that became a secret wartime base
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yesterday at 02:06.
The 32-acre Georgia junkyard is a “photographer’s paradise."
Old Car City
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yesterday at 04:34
Dezi Heck, this looks right up your alley. Think of all the great rust!
yesterday at 03:19
Rick O Shea, this would be incredibly interesting to see
yesterday at 04:52
I've seen a bonsai tree enveloping a planetary gearset rusting into the soil, lichens and the tree itself.
yesterday at 00:55.
This strange medieval remedy for divorce may have actually worked.
From BBC Travel
Romania's medieval marital prison
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Tina Lonergan Miller
yesterday at 02:05
An alternative to the 4 to 6 weeks, we try to fix our lives with rehab, for addictions or physical ailments. Here is another concept, in Romania: a marriage rehab. (seems more like a communication rehab to me)
See the room they share for six weeks to spend time in rehabilitating/fixing their reasons they stay together. Usually for ability to work together, for children, ease of comfort. Says in this article that it works. This made me happy. Another name for it though: don't like "Marital Prison" ... yucky name.
yesterday at 11:45
I can only recommend the place and the...method! Quite efficient!
yesterday at 01:26
Daniel White this sounds like The Feed