Take a step back in time with these incredible never-before-seen images from the 60s and 70s. This collection of photographs is like a time capsule opened, revealing a world that many of us may have never experienced. From celebrities to ordinary people, these photos capture moments that are both candid and intimate, giving us a glimpse into a world that has long since passed. Photographs may belong to the past, but their impact is timeless, as they allow us to see the world in a new light. But be careful, some of these images may show you things you never knew about, making this collection even more interesting. So, join us on this journey through time and discover a whole new world in these unseen photographs.
Step into a world of glitz, glamor and excitement as we enter the Roaring 20s, a dazzling decade that left an indelible mark on history. Known for its wild parties, flapper fashion, and the heady sound of jazz, the 1920s were a time of unprecedented social change, artistic innovation, and wild celebrations. From the allure of speakeasies during Prohibition to the rise of iconic figures like the Great Gatsby himself, the era was an extraordinary mix of prosperity and rebellion. So, whether you're a history enthusiast or just curious about the decadence of this bygone era, join us as we take a step back in time. Come explore the glittering jewels, iconic dances and fascinating stories that defined the Roaring 20s. Keep scrolling to uncover the secrets of this unforgettable decade!
The housing market is in turmoil as median house prices took a sharp 17.6% dip in October, plummeting to $409,300 compared to the previous year, according to Reuters. Home sellers, grappling with the fallout, are slashing their asking prices as prospective buyers face insurmountable challenges securing approval amid soaring rates and prices.
In 1955, photographer Charles Hewitt visited Salvador Dalí and his wife (and muse) Gala at their home to shoot photos for a British editorial magazine called Picture Post.
The famous artist posed showing her true personality and did not miss the opportunity to surprise her audience. Hewitt titled the photoshoot simply "A Day with Salvador Dalí".
In 1930, a few months after his father had thrown him out of the house, unable to tolerate his strange personality, Salvador Dalí purchased a former fisherman's cottage.
The property was paid for with some of the 20,000 francs that the Viscount of Noailles had given him as an advance for a painting that later became The Old Age of William Tell.
In his memoirs, he writes about the difficulties of finding a new home and describes the new home as being like a real organic structure. Every new heartbeat in our lives had its own new cell, its own room. (...) I wanted it all to be nice and small – the smaller the more womb-like.
Over the next forty years, Dalí purchased neighboring cabins, gradually expanding the property into a sort of labyrinth of winding corridors and passageways, filled with artworks and strange installations that reflected his unique passions.
In the early years of the 20th century, many circuses toured Northern Ireland and provided entertainment, stunts and plenty of excitement to crowds.
Although photographs of the acts in progress were not possible due to the dim lighting conditions inside the circus tent, local photographer Herbert Cooper was able to take photographs of the clowns, acrobats and animals outside as they practiced their acts and of the local people. Had mingled with. People.
During this time, he documented various circus shows coming to Strabane, a town in Northern Ireland, the three main ones being Duffy's Circus, Buff Bill's American Circus and Hanford's Canadian Circus.
On a headland a mile south of Treen, in Cornwall, England, on the edge of the cliffs overlooking the English Channel, is a famous Rocking Stone. Despite weighing 80 tons, the rock is so finely balanced on its base that a child can rock it back and forth by applying only slight pressure. Known as Logan's Rock – from the Cornish word 'loging' meaning rocking – it is one of many such balancing rocks found in the county.
Retired attorney A.S. Martin, who has closely followed the election illegalities in Arizona, filed bar complaints against 12 Maricopa County Superior Court judges who ruled on election lawsuits in 2020 or 2022 despite being on the ballot themselves for retention elections. Martin said she believes this is a conflict of interest and self-dealing since the judges had an interest in upholding the election due to wanting to retain their seats. Usually, judges easily win retention elections, but this past year was different, since progressives targeted some of them, causing three judges to lose their elections.
AMERICA has vowed its "unwavering support" for Guyana after Putin's dictator pal Nicolás Maduro threatened to snatch more than half of the country and take its oil.
Guyana's tiny army is on full alert for an invasion from Venezuela, and Brazil also moved troops to the area amid fears a conflict could spill over the border.
Webmaster addition: First the US lifts sanctions on Venezuela, then sides with Guyana? Playing both sides to get control of the oil? Or is the plan to get Russia into a war in South America to take pressure off of Ukraine?
The dreaded white lung disease is ravaging our world, and we are all going to die for sure! This will definitely be a global killer as bad or worse than even the dreaded COVID-19 (which was even worse than the flu sometimes). In reality, white lung disease is just the same walking pneumonia that has existed every cold and flu season but has been made worse because of the mRNA/modRNA COVID jabs. The adverse events listed in the Pfizer documents include certain types of pneumonia that create the “white lung” X-rays that they are calling white lung disease—more fear porn designed to manipulate the public and sell jabs.
Imagine the early days of cars – a time of wild experimentation and bold ideas. From then until the mid-20th century, some unique vehicles broke all the rules and hit the streets and attracted attention like nothing else.
At the time, technology in the automotive industry was in its infancy. It encouraged enthusiasts and designers to think outside the box to find unique solutions to transportation challenges.
The customization was not just about aesthetics; It was a way of tackling problems in innovative ways.
Imagine cars designed for different terrains – some vehicles of this era blurred the lines between ground and air, pushing the limits of what a car could achieve.
The Biden administration on Wednesday unveiled a fresh wave of student debt relief, forgiving $4.8 billion for approximately 80,300 individuals.
The announcement propels the total student debt cancellation under President Joe Biden's tenure to a staggering $132 billion, benefiting over 3.6 million Americans, reported Axios.
The newly approved relief aligns with the administration's strategic focus on rectifying the issues plaguing the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program. PSLF seeks to obliterate the student loan balances of public service workers who have diligently served for a decade while making 120 qualifying payments.
Elon Musk took another shot at Disney CEO Bob Iger Thursday, after the state of New Mexico sued Meta for allegedly enabling child sexual abuse and trafficking - yet Disney and other woke advertisers, who paused advertising on X in a kneejerk reaction to claims of antisemitism - apparently have no problem when it comes to the sexual exploitation of minors.
"Why no advertiser boycott, Bob Eiger? [sic]" Musk posted on X. "You are endorsing this material!"
The United States announced joint military flight drills in Guyana on Thursday as soaring tensions over a contested oil-rich region with neighbor Venezuela prompted the UN Security Council to call an urgent meeting.
A border feud has been spiraling over the Essequibo region administered by Guyana for over a century but also claimed by Venezuela, which is now seeking to bring the area under its rule.
The spat is rapidly drawing in the international community, with the US announcement of military exercises the latest sign that Washington is alarmed at the threat from the authoritarian leftist Venezuelan government.
“In collaboration with the Guyana Defense Force, the US Southern Command will conduct flight operations within Guyana on December 7,” the American embassy in Georgetown said in a statement.
Webmaster addition: "Forget about Afghanistan, Ukraine, and Gaza; we have war in South America to show you!" -- Official White Horse Souse
Ahead of next week's vote to formally move forward with the Biden impeachment inquiry, Rep. Kelly Armstrong (R-ND) has released a 14-page resolution that would authorize the investigation.
"Directing certain committees to continue their ongoing investigations as part of the existing House of Representatives inquiry into whether sufficient grounds exist for the House of Representatives to exercise its Constitutional power to impeach Joseph Biden, President of the United States of America, and for other purposes," reads the resolution, which is set for markup on Tuesday, Dec. 12, putting it on course for a Wednesday vote.
"It’s time for the House to take the next step in the Biden impeachment investigation and adopt an impeachment inquiry resolution. The White House and multiple witnesses have repeatedly refused to cooperate with the investigation and have rejected subpoenas. Despite this refusal, the investigation has uncovered alarming details that demand further scrutiny," said Armstrong in a statement.
"The Biden family and associates received more than $24 million from foreign nationals. Joe Biden received $200,000 from his brother, James Biden, the same day James received a $200,000 loan from a failing rural hospital operator. Joe Biden also received $40,000 in laundered Chinese money from his brother and sister-in-law. It’s become clear that the Biden family sold influence around the world using Joe Biden’s name as the product. An investigation in any jurisdiction around the country would move forward if it had these facts. A vote on an impeachment inquiry puts the House in the best position to prevail in court and uncover the truth," Armstrong continued.