North Dakota farmgirl Esther Victoria Blodgett (Janet Gaynor) yearns to become a Hollywood actress. Although her aunt and father discourage such thoughts, Esther's grandmother (May Robson) gives her her savings to follow her dream. Esther goes to Hollywood and tries to land a job as an extra, but so many others have had the same idea that the casting agency has stopped accepting applications. Esther is told that her chances of becoming a star are one in 100,000. She befriends a new resident at her boarding house, assistant director Danny McGuire (Andy Devine), himself out of work. A Star Is Born (1937 film) A Star Is Born (1937 film)
The Falling Man The Falling Man The photograph, shown on the right, gives the impression that the man is falling straight down. A series of photographs were taken of his fall and showed him to be tumbling through the air.[5] The photographer has noted that, in at least two cases, newspaper stories commenting on the image have attracted a barrage of criticism from readers who found the image "disturbing".[6] Regarding the social and cultural significance of the Falling Man, the theologian Mark D. Thompson of Moore Theological College said that "perhaps the most powerful image of despair at the beginning of the twenty-first century is not found in art, or literature, or even popular music. The Falling Man
A Tomb of the Unknown Soldier refers to a monument in dedication to the services of an unidentified soldier, Marine, airman or sailor and to the common memories of all soldiers, Marines, airmen and sailors killed in any war. Such tombs can be found in many nations and are usually high-profile national monuments. Throughout history, many soldiers have died in wars with their remains being unidentified. Following the First World War, a movement arose to commemorate these soldiers with a single tomb, containing the body of one such unidentified soldier. History[edit] Britain and France[edit] Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Tomb of the Unknown Soldier
Icelandic Phallological Museum The Icelandic Phallological Museum (Icelandic: Hið Íslenzka Reðasafn), located in Reykjavík, Iceland, houses the world's largest display of penises and penile parts. The collection of 280 specimens from 93 species of animals includes 55 penises taken from whales, 36 from seals and 118 from land mammals, allegedly including Huldufólk (Icelandic elves) and trolls. In July 2011, the museum obtained its first human penis, one of four promised by would-be donors. Its detachment from the donor's body did not go according to plan and it was reduced to a greyish-brown shrivelled mass pickled in a jar of formalin. The museum continues to search for "a younger and a bigger and better one. Icelandic Phallological Museum
Schengen (pronounced [ˈʃeŋə(n)]) is a small wine-making village and commune in far south-eastern Luxembourg, near the tripoint where the borders of Germany, France, and Luxembourg meet. Other villages within the commune include Remerschen and Wintrange. As of 2005[update], the commune has a population of 1527 with an area of 10.63 square kilometres (4.10 sq mi). The largest settlement with the commune of Schengen is Remerschen after which the commune used to be named. The name of the commune was changed in 2006[1] to take advantage of the Schengen's name recognition after the signing of the Schengen Agreement there in 1985. Schengen Castle dates from 1390 but was almost completely rebuilt in the 19th century. Schengen, Luxembourg Schengen, Luxembourg
(1) Facebook
Zohra Sehgal Zohra Sehgal Zohra Sehgal (born 27 April 1912) played Sheyrah in the Doctor Who story The Crusade. As of 2012[update], she is the oldest living Doctor Who actor. She was the first person associated with Doctor Who to reach the age of 100.
Me at the zoo
Internet Acronyms Dictionary (use ^ before keyword to only display results starting with the keyword) Age/Sex Age/Sex/Location Adios Amigo Internet Acronyms Dictionary Internet Acronyms Dictionary
Bulgarian umbrella
Key lime juice, unlike regular lime juice, is a pale yellow. The filling in Key lime pie is also yellow, largely due to the egg yolks.[2] During mixing, a reaction between the condensed milk and the acidic lime juice occurs which causes the filling to thicken on its own without requiring baking. Many early recipes for Key lime pie did not require the cook to bake the pie, relying on this chemical reaction (called thickening) to produce the proper consistency of the filling. Key lime pie Key lime pie
Ellyse Alexandra Perry (born 3 November 1990) is an Australian sportswoman who made her debut for both the Australian cricket and football (soccer) teams at the age of 16. She played her first cricket international in July 2007 before earning her first football cap for Australia a month later. Perry is the youngest person, male or female, to represent Australia in cricket and the first Australian woman to have appeared in both cricket and association football World Cups.[1] Ellyse Perry Ellyse Perry
John Bobbitt John Wayne Bobbitt (born March 23, 1967) and Lorena Bobbitt (née Gallo, born October 31, 1970) were an American couple, married on June 18, 1989, whose abusive relationship gained worldwide notoriety for an incident in 1993 when Lorena severed John's penis with a knife. The penis was subsequently surgically re-attached. John and Lorena Bobbitt John and Lorena Bobbitt
Sohag Gazi (born 5 August 1991, Barisal) is a Bangladeshi cricketer. He made his Test debut in first test during West Indies's tour of Bangladesh in 2012,[1] taking six wickets in the second innings. He is the first and so far, only man to score a century and take a hat-trick in the same Test match and the first man to do it twice in First Class matches (the thirteenth to do it once).[2] Domestic career[edit] Sohag Gazi
As a four-door crossover with a front engine and four-wheel drive, the Aztek featured a four-speed automatic transmission with a V-6 engine. Marketed by Pontiac as a "sport recreational vehicle," The Aztek used a shortened platform shared with GM's minivans (e.g., the Pontiac Montana) featuring 94 cubic feet of cargo room capable of carrying a 4' x 8' sheet of plywood with its rear seats removed. The design employed conventional rear swing-open rather than sliding doors and a bi-parting rear tailgate, the lower section formed with seat indentations and cup-holders. Other features included a rear center console that doubled as a removable cooler, rear stereo controls in the cargo area, a sliding cargo floor with grocery compartments and an available camping package with an attachable tent and inflatable mattress. Original concept[edit] Pontiac Aztek
Howard Tracy Hall (October 20, 1919 – July 25, 2008) was an American physical chemist, and the first person who grew a synthetic diamond according to a reproducible, verifiable and witnessed process, using a press of his own design. Early life[edit] Tracy Hall was born in Ogden, Utah in 1919. Tracy Hall
The World Set a Crazy Record for Tweets Per Second Because of... an Anime Film - Rebecca J. Rosen
Pamban Bridge
Adam's Bridge
Facebook
Miner's "Body Ritual among the Nacirema"
Nixon Shock
Cruel & Unusual Films Inc.
The Real-Life Events That Inspired Sunday's Game of Thrones Episode
Petrichor
Anonymous Animals in Google Drive
Bored of the Rings
tutorials/Macintosh_Name_History.pdf
Bobby soxer
Bitcoin
PII: 0009-2614(87)80012-X - 14.pdf
Brynhildr
Shaken, not stirred
Electronic tagging
Pseudis paradoxa
Antillia
Marvel Comics KILLS Peter Parker (but Spider-Man will live on)
Basil
Google Image Result for http://www.crwflags.com/fotw/images/i/it~nav.gif
Namo TV Stream Feed
Freeman Dyson
What Every Man Thinks About Apart From Sex: book of blank pages become surprise bestseller
Brian May
United States ex rel. Gerald Mayo v. Satan and His Staff
Lawsuits against God
Copycat suicide
Pydimarri Venkata Subba Rao
main
‘The Dark Knight Rises’ Invades The British Grand Prix
Art by Richard Feynman
Caïssa
Shiva Hypothesis
Diablo 3 Being Called "Big Pineapple" in China to Dodge Sales Ban
Freddie Flintoff manages to beat 14 bizarre world records as he completes Sport Relief challenge within 12 hours
The Sugarcane Mystery: Indus valley and the Ikshvaku Dynasty « Tamil and Vedas
Hells Angels
Francis Barraud
Leveson Inquiry
Sexposition
Simon & Garfunkel
Carol Ann Susi
Grateful Dead
The White Stripes
Cecil Adams
Top 10 Most Successful Actors at the Box Office
Alfred Hitchcock Accepts the AFI Life Achievement Award in 1979
The Simpsons Best Rock Band Cameos - Greatest Rock Band Appearances on The Simpsons
Vote to choose “Faking News Digvijay Singh of the Year”
Blue Öyster Cult
The Duckworth Lewis Method
Iyengar Yoga
Chyawanprash
Valmiki
Ayrton Senna Tribute On Williams' Cars
Quiz Show
Names of the 100 Kauravas
Nirad C. Chaudhuri
Henrietta Lacks
Bombay Mittayi
John Lennon - God Lyrics
the hectics - Google Images
Leonard Hofstadter
Vani Jairam
Have a Nice Day: A Tale of Blood and Sweatsocks
GlassesSign.jpg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Leonard Skinner
"Justice League" Wild Cards (TV episode 2003
Barmy Army
Famous Epitaph on Oscar Wilde tomb stone
Continuum fallacy
Domino theory.svg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Methylphenidate
Ebertfest: Roger Ebert's Film Festival
Devika Rani
Elizabeth Arden
J. V. Somayajulu
Übermensch
Thumb Wrestling Federation
Wolff Olins
Param Vir Chakra
Savitri Khanolkar
Christian von Koenigsegg
Erdős number
Know thy Lord's | Sports
Sufi whirling
Potrzebie
Donald Knuth
I, Robot (short story)
List of programs broadcast by HBO
John Adams
Ichthys
R.U.R.
Traveler's diarrhea
Boston Brahmin