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Mythopoeika

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The dummy is now presenting 8 Out of 10 Cats
He seems to be slapping the dummy's face every now and then. Not very nice.
But the dummy got his own back!
 

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I'm wondering who these people are - the first looks like Jimmy Page, third could be Theresa May, no idea of the other two. Is there any link between them? I know this thread is random but..
The cast of Blade Runner :)
 

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What did Abraham Lincoln and other historic figures really look like? Here are old photos restored.

Why???????

The narrator sounds the the guy in Mexico i met that tried to sell me a kilo of coke :hahazebs:
 
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A street party celebrating the Coronation being held in the soon to be infamous Rillington Place, London. 6th June 1953.
Christie was already in custody at this point and had confessed the day earlier, No 10 is the house farthest house on the right.

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I'm a big fan of the British pop artist Patrick Caulfield. And thanks to an article on the Guardian website I have discovered that the epitaph on his gravestone at Highgate Cemetery consists of the single word 'Dead'. Very cool, very minimalist even after his death. Well played, sir!


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I'm a big fan of the British pop artist Patrick Caulfield. And thanks to an article on the Guardian website I have discovered that the epitaph on his gravestone at Highgate Cemetery consists of the single word 'Dead'. Very cool, very minimalist even after his death. Well played, sir!


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He is well remembered by shooters, who are inspired by his memory to this day:



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