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David Firenze - Canale 48

David Firenze - Canale 48

Chicago Game Co., Chicago, Illinois/Collection of David Galt, NY. The Game of the Spider and the Bee (1912) “Although the play has nothing to do w prizefighting, the game depicts a spider and bee boxing on the cover due to the popularity of the sport at the time of the game’s manufacture. In this game, bees moving from the hives attempt to travel around the web without being caught by the spider. The player whose bee first travels completely around the web & arrives back in his hive…

Chicago Game Co., Chicago, Illinois/Collection of David Galt, NY. The Game of…

Maui shark attack victim loses an arm; 11 precautions you can take - latimes.com

Maui shark attack victim loses an arm; 11 precautions you can take

Maui shark attack victim loses an arm; 11 precautions you can take - latimes.com

A half-wall lined with bookshelves encloses the staircase of this attic bedroom. | Photo: David Prince | thisoldhouse.com

From Attic to Bedroom, with Help from the Web

National Building Museum.  I absolutely love this museum. Worth it just to go sit in the building and roam around.  There is a Building Zone for the under 5 set, exhibits for all ages (right now there is a cool Lego one) and it is near Chinatown and the Metro.

National Building Museum / Telling the Stories of architecture, engineering, and design Field trip idea

Advertising: A Brief History #advertising #advertise #epub #emarketing #digital #emarketing #ad

The History of Advertising Infographic is one of the best Infographics created in the Business category. Check out The History of Advertising now!

Eric Drooker fab magritte style post modern surrealist art painting ...above the city ....love the guys of the rat race still racing around but on stilts

Illustrations by Eric Drooker

Truly I tell you, if you have faith and do not doubt, you can say to this mountain, 'Go, throw yourself into the sea,' and it will be done. - Matthew 21:21

8 Eminent Scientists Who Believe(d) In the Paranormal

Humankind has not woven the web of life. We are but one thread within it. Whatever we do to the web, we do to ourselves. All things are bound together. All things connect.

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