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The queen and Prince George

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True or False?‏

Can you guess which of the following are True and which are False?

(Answers are below.)

1. Apples, not caffeine, are more efficient at waking you up in the morning.

2. Alfred Hitchcock did not have a belly button.

3. A pack-a-day smoker will lose approximately 2 teeth every 10 years.

4. People do not get sick from cold weather; it’s from being indoors a lot more.

5. When you sneeze, all bodily functions stop, even your heart!

6. Only 7% of the population are lefties.

7. 40 people are sent to the hospital for dog bites every minute.

8. Babies are born without kneecaps. They don’t appear until they are 2-6 years old.

9. The average person over 50 will have spent 5 years waiting in lines.

10. The toothbrush was invented in 1498.

11. The average housefly lives for one month.

12. 40,000 Americans are injured by toilets each year.

13. A coat hanger is 44 inches long when straightened.

14. The average computer user blinks 7-times a minute.

15. Your feet are bigger in the afternoon than any other time of day.

16. Most of us have eaten a spider in our sleep.

17. The REAL reason ostriches stick their head in the sand is to search for water.

18. The only two animals that can see behind themselves without turning their heads are the rabbit and the parrot.

19. John Travolta turned down the starring roles in ‘An Officer and a Gentleman’ and ‘Tootsie.’

20. Michael Jackson owned the rights to the South Carolina State Anthem.

21. In most television commercials advertising milk, a mixture of white paint and a little thinner is used in place of the milk.

22. Prince Charles and Prince William NEVER travel on the same airplane, just in case there is a crash.

23. The first Harley Davidson motorcycle built in 1903 used a tomato can for a carburetor.

24. Most hospitals make money by selling the umbilical cords cut from women who give birth. They are used in vein transplant surgery.

25. Humphrey Bogart was related to Princess Diana. They were 7th cousins.

26. If coloring weren’t added to Coca-Cola, it would be green.


They are all TRUE…..
Now go back and think about 16!!!


Aging Queen

What “Cool” really means!‏

What “Cool” really means!

50 Classy People From The Past Who Remind Us What “Cool” Really Means!

Our society has come a long way in the past few decades but we’ve completely forgotten what it’s like to be classy. Let’s take a lesson from these masters of “old school cool.”

6 time Golden Globe winner Paul Newman boating in Venice during a film festival. (1963)

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Elspeth Beard, shortly after becoming first Englishwoman to circumnavigate the world by motorcycle. The journey took 3 years and covered 48,000 miles.

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Marlon Brando’s screen test in “Rebel Without A Cause”. (1955)

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Children of Chicago. (1941)

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The gorgeous necklines of the 1950s.

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Audrey Hepburn at a premiere on September 14, 1953.

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An old family photo from the early 1900s.

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Sigourney Weaver in a suit.

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Women boxing on a roof in LA. (1933)

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A young Harrison Ford.

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A young boy stealing the show, back when middle school kids knew how to dance. (1950)

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Cosmos host and astrophysicist Neil DeGrasse Tyson at a college wrestling match.

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Clint Eastwood with actresses Olive Sturgess and Dani Crayne in San Francisco, 1954.

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The original way to ‘text’ in Class. (1944)

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A young Sean Connery relaxing on the couch.

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A gang of greasers in NYC, 1950.

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Caroline Kennedy walks ahead while her father, the most powerful man in the world, carries her doll. (1960)

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Teenagers and their first car. (1950s)

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Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau and his cabinet – 1968. These men knew how to wear a suit.

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Diana Rigg (Olenna Tyrell from Game of Thrones) in 1967.

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Sophia Loren, one of the only actresses to win an Oscar, Grammy, and Golden Globe awards.

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A famous quote of hers: “Sex appeal is fifty percent what you’ve got and fifty percent what people think you’ve got.”

Ellen O’Neal, the greatest woman freestyle skateboarder in the 1970s.

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Three boys pose for a camera on the streets of Jamaica.

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A man ice skating in a suit. (1937)

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A businessman doubling as a graffiti artist.

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The Beatles before they were famous.

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This is how teenagers dated in the 1950s.

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High school fashion feature in Life Magazine (1969).

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Leather clad English rocker girl.

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Frank Sinatra stepping out of a helicopter with a drink.

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A young Kevin Spacey (1980s).

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Dean Martin & Angie Dickinson on the

set of Rio Bravo, 1959.

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Girl with typewriter and a smoke.

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A couple on Michigan Avenue in Chicago (1975).

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A stylish couple in the rain in London (1963).

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Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip at the horse races (1968).

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Muhammad Ali looking dapper.

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David Bowie’s mug shot.

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Paul McCartney and Mick Jagger sit opposite each other on a train to Bangor. (1967)

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A salesman has his motorized roller skates refueled at a gas station. (1961)

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A young Michael Caine in 1959.

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Brigitte Bardot visits Pablo Picasso at his studio

near Cannes in 1956.

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A couple dancing in a 1950’s “Be Bop” theater as

everyone looks on.

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Jimi Hendrix backstage at Monterey Pop Festival, 1967.

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Girl on a scooter. (1969)

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Ernest Hemingway’s striking passport photo. (1923)

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The definition of old school cool. Cary Grant in the 1950s.

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The people we aspired to be decades ago are much different than the celebrities we look up to today.

The values of our past have nearly vanished, but I’m hoping that if everyone sees this, they might be

convinced to get back to our roots. Please share and remind everyone what “cool” used to be like!

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Remarkable doesn’t begin to cover it.
These are real treasures, aren’t they?
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Miss America 1924
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Helen Keller Meeting Charlie Chaplin
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Leather gloves worn by Lincoln to Ford’s Theater on the night of his assassination.
Blood stains are visible at the cuffs.
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Phoebe Mozee (aka: Annie Oakley).
Famed for her marksmanship by 12 years old,
she once shot the ashes off of Kaiser Wihelm II’s cigarette at his invitation.
When she outshot famed exhibition marksman Frank Butler,
he fell in love with her and they married.
They remained married the rest of their lives.
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Very Young Lucy Lucille Ball around 1930
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This is one of five known X-rays of Hitler’s head,
part of his medical records compiled by American military intelligence after the German’s surrendered and declassified in 1958.
The records also include doctor’s reports,
diagrams of his teeth and nose and electrocardiograms.
He had bad teeth, lots of fillings and crowns.
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Two Victorian sideshow performers boxing – the fat man and the thin man.
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Amy Johnson, English aviator 1903-1941.
One of the first women to gain a pilot’s licence,
Johnson won fame when she flew solo from Britain to Australia in 1930.
Her dangerous flight took 17 days.
Later she flew solo to India and Japan,
and became the first woman to fly across the Atlantic East to West.
She volunteered to fly for The Women’s Auxiliary Air Force in WW2,
but her plane was shot down over the River Thames and she was killed.
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Prison Garb 1924.
Belva Annan murderess whose trial records became the musical “Chicago.”
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Female photojournalist Jessie Tarbox on the street with her camera, 1900s.
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Roald Amundsen was the first person to reach the South Pole.
At approximately 3pm on December 14, 1911
Amundsen raised the flag of Norway at the South Pole
and named the spot Polheim ­ ‘Pole Home.’
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The extraordinary life of Maud Allen:
Seductive US dancing girl who was sued for being too lewd,
outed as a lesbian,
and fled London after being branded a German spy
who was sleeping with the prime minister’s wife.
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John Fitzgerald Kennedy
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Caroline Otero, courtesan.
The most sought after woman in all of Europe.
She associated herself with the likes of Prince Albert I of Monaco,
King Edward VII of the United Kingdom,
Kings of Serbia, and Kings of Spain
as well as Russian Grand Dukes Peter and Nicholas,
the Duke of Westminster and writer Gabriele D’Annunzio.
Six men reportedly committed suicide after their love affairs with Otero ended.
Two men fought a duel over her.
She was famed for her voluptuous breasts.
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Wedding day photograph of Abraham and Mary
taken November 4, 1842 in Springfield, Illinois.
After three years of a stormy courtship
and a broken engagement. Their love had endured.
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Billie Holiday at two years old, in 1917
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Washington, D.C., circa 1919. “Walter Reed Hospital flu ward.”
One of the very few images in Washington-area photo archives
documenting the influenza contagion of 1918-1919,
which killed over 500,000 Americans and tens of millions around the globe.
Most victims succumbed to bacterial pneumonia following influenza virus infection.
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Filming the MGM Logo
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Amelia Earhart
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Mae Questel ca. 1930’s.
The voice of Betty Boop and Olive Oyl,Minnie Mouse,
Felix the Cat (for three shorts by the Van Beuren Studios),
Little Lulu, Little Audrey and Casper, the Friendly Ghost
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Bea Arthur (nee Bernice Frankel) (1922-2009) SSgt. USMC 1943-45 WW II.
Enlisted and assigned as typist at Marine HQ in Wash DC,
Then air stations in VA and NC.
Best remembered for her title role in the TV series “Maude”
and as Dorothy in “Golden Girls”.
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In 1911, Bobby Leach survived a plunge over Niagara Falls in a steel barrel.
Fourteen years later, in New Zealand, he slipped on an orange peel and died.
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Emily Todd was Mary Todd Lincoln’s half-sister.
In 1856 she married Benjamin Helm, a Confederate general.
After Helm’s death in 1863
Emily Helm passed through Union Lines to visit her sister in the White House.
This caused great consternation in the Northern newspapers.
Emily Helm took an oath of loyalty to the Union and was granted amnesty
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Three days before his 19th birthday,
George H.W. Bush became the youngest aviator in the US Navy.
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Market Street, San Francisco after the earthquake, 1906.
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All-American Girls Baseball, 1940s
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c. 1943 : Breast Protectors for War Workers
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Mary Ellen Wilson (1864-1956) or sometimes Mary Ellen McCormack
was an American whose case of child abuse led to the creation of
the New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children.
As an eight-year old, she was severely abused by her foster parents,
Francis and Mary Connolly.
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Stolen, held captive, sold, eventually reunited the Shoshone Indians.
She was an interpreter and guide for Lewis and Clark
in 1805-1806 with her husband Toussaint Charbonneau.
She navigated carrying her son, Jean Baptiste, on her back.
She traveled thousands of miles from the Dakotas the Pacific Ocean.
The explorers, said she was cheerful, never complained,
and proved to be invaluable.
She served as an advisor, caretaker,
and is legendary for her perseverance and resourcefulness.
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Zelda Boden, circus performer, ca. 1910.
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A Confederate and Union soldier shake hands during a celebration at Gettysburg in 1913.
Image from the Library of Congress.
July 1-3, 2013 marks the 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg.
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Geraldine Doyle, who was the inspiration behind the famous Rosie the Riveter poster.
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Vintage Baked Potato Cart. A legitimate fast food lunch option back in the day.
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Black physicians treating in the ER a member of the Ku Kux Klan
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Cyclists ride in the first running of the Tour de France, in 1903.
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Sergeant Stubby (1916 or 1917 – April 4, 1926),
was the most decorated war dog of World War I
and the only dog to be promoted to sergeant through combat.
America’s first war dog, Stubby, served 18 months ‘over there’
and participated in seventeen battles on the Western Front.
He saved his regiment from surprise mustard gas attacks,
found and comforted the wounded, and even once caught a German spy
by the seat of his pants (holding him there til American Soldiers found him).
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Nightwitches –
Female Russian bombers who bombed Germany during WW2.
They had old, noisy planes
& the engines used to conk out halfway through their missions,
so they had to climb out on the wings mid-flight to restart the props.
To stop Germans from hearing them & starting up the anti aircraft guns,
they’d climb to a certain height, coast down to German positions,
drop their bombs, restart their engines in midair
& get the hell out of dodge.
Their leader flew 200+ missions & was never captured.
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Marilyn Monroe meets Queen Elizabeth II, London, 1956 Both women are 30 years old.
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Chief Petty Officer Graham Jackson plays “Going Home”
as FDR’s body is borne past in Warm Springs, GA,
where the President was scheduled to attend a barbecue on the day he died. April, 1945.

The Royal Family‏

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Year 1981

1. Prince Charles got married

2. Liverpool crowned Champions of Europe

3. Australia lost the Ashes.

4. Pope Died

Year 2005

1. Prince Charles got married

2. Liverpool crowned Champions of Europe

3. Australia lost the Ashes.

4. Pope Died

In the future, if Prince Charles decides to re-marry, please warn the Pope.