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    Awesome old photos

    Some old pictures from around the US (the link is in Russian I think, so it's displaying funny. Apparently the fonts aren't supported.)

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    1905 | St. Clair, Michigan. "Launch of steamer Frank J. Hecker"


    1906 | Birmingham, Alabama. "Second Avenue looking east"

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    Those are neat. I like old photos like that.
    'Political Correctness is a doctrine fostered by a
    delusional, illogical liberal minority, and rabidly
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    holds forth the proposition that it is entirely
    possible to pick up a turd by the clean end!'

    A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity. Sigmund Freud

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    Compare the dress styles in those days compared to now.

    Then:
    Suits/hats for the gentlemen, dresses/bonnets for the ladies.

    Now:
    Shorts/t-shirts/flip-flops for everyone. (Including those that should NEVER be seen in shorts.)

    Oh, and baseball caps on backwards.

    Oh yeah, we do live in a different world now.


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    People sure liked to wear hats back then.

 

 

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