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Stryker, June 23, 2010 In this roundup you will find some stunning, creative and unique furniture design ideas. Some of them really look awesome. So, re-think before you scrap anything because it could be a good material for making an exclusive furniture. 100 Creative Furniture: Reloaded We have already presented to your attention a collection of 100 Creative Furniture.
These are the 100 most beautiful words in the English language, apparently. Ailurophile A cat-lover. Assemblage A gathering. Becoming Attractive.
Today, the indie world and the film world at large lost a giant in the field, watching Disney close the doors and turn the lights off on Miramax. As sad a day like today is, and as uncertain as the future is, we can still hold on to the memories. Most of them are now on Blu-ray. Or at least Laser Disc (because we all own one). Without further tears in our eyes, we’d like to remember Miramax for their 15 Best Films.
Human World The women of the Tiwi tribe in the South Pacific are married at birth. When Albert Einstein died, his final words died with him.
Skip to comments. The 15 Creepiest Vintage Ads Of All Time Retro Comedy ^ | Wednesday, July 1, 2009 Posted on Fri 31 Jul 2009 03:30:47 PM CET by the_devils_advocate_666 What do murder, pedophilia, suicide and a baby tiger have in common? They have all been used to sell stuff in these amazingly disturbing vintage ads !
You might think your HMO plan is scary, but at least it doesn't use these vintage surgical instruments...hopefully. Amputation Knife (1700s) Knives used for amputations during the 18th century were typically curved, because surgeons tended to make a circular cut through the skin and muscle before the bone was cut with a saw. By the 1800s, straight knives became more popular because they made it easier to leave a flap of skin that could be used to cover the exposed stump. Amputation Saw (1600s) While some surgeons chose to flaunt their wealth with elaborately decorated saws like this, the crevices in the intricate engravings proved to be a breeding ground for germs. Arrow Remover (1500s) Not much is known about this tool, but it is hypothesized that it was inserted into the wound in a contracted position, with the central shaft used to grasp the arrow.