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Bette Midler, David Bowie, Michael Jackson and Cher Gerald R. Ford and Pelé (Source: usnatarchives , via npr ) John McEnroe, Novak Djokovic and Richard Branson
Here is an amazing collection of rare pictures of the famous people. I'm sure you will love it. Enjoy. Marilyn Monroe in 1946
Back in December of 1996, worried about the influence of Green Day 's "explicit" fourth album, Insomniac , on her 8-year-old son, an angry mother decided to write a slightly aggressive letter of complaint to the band. It clearly hit a nerve, and she soon received a handwritten response from then-24-year-old frontman Billie Joe Armstrong . Both letters can be seen below.
Six Funny Life Lessons This was posted back in April, 2007. Shortly after, people liked it so much it got to the Digg front page. Until this day, many many people come and read these lessons everyday. Enjoy! Lesson 1: Naked Wife
Acid Trip : Incredible government experiment with an artist under influence of LSD. View amazing artwork in different stages of the acid trip and have a good laugh at the subject's comments and behaviour. This flash featured was developed by a viral marketing people at Dejan SEO PC standalone version | zipped Flash movie for PC computer users. MAC standalone version | zipped Flash movie for Macintosh computer users.
Any attempt to compile history's greatest replies—or history's greatest anything , for that matter—is fraught with difficulty, so it might be more accurate to refer to the replies that follow as simply my all-time favorites. Most of them come from people whose names will be very familiar to you, and I think you will agree that the comebacks and retorts here are very special. All of them—along with many, many hundreds more—appear in my Viva la Repartee book. John Barrymore Robert Benchley Niels Bohr
Abstract Sunday mirrors Christoph Niemann's illustrations for The Times Magazine and is an archive of Abstract City, his Opinion column, which ran from 2008 through early 2011. Niemann's work has appeared on the covers of The New Yorker, Newsweek, Wired and American Illustration and has won numerous awards from the American Institute of Graphic Arts, the Art Directors Club and American Illustration. He is the author of many books, among them “The Pet Dragon” , which teaches Chinese characters to young readers, “I LEGO N.Y.” and, most recently, “SUBWAY.” It is based on “The Boys and the Subway,” the first entry of the Abstract City blog. After 11 years in New York, he moved to Berlin with his wife, Lisa Zeitz, and their three sons.