NASA is giving away space tourism posters. NASA
had the posters designed, presumably to encourage continued interest in the space program. Whatever the purpose, the posters are very cool. Check them all out at the link.
Miss Georgia D. George wasn't correct in her prediction that baldness would disappear by the year 1950. Though she was correct that "baldheaded row" would disappear by then.
The term was unfamiliar to me, so I had to look it up. It indicated the front rows at burlesque and variety shows, which were full of baldheaded men leering up at the girls (or so the joke went). The disappearance of baldheaded row was, of course, due to the declining popularity of burlesque shows, and not to any advance in the hairiness of men.
Here is a site guaranteed to chew up hours of your idle time.
My pal, Phil Stephensen-Payne, runs a page dedicated to the history of magazines.
He recently put together a wing dedicated to the "true story" men's mags.
If you follow this link
, you come to a page containing the names of over 150 such zines. Click on any title and be presented with a gallery of cover images like the one above.
You may not be able to afford that "West Coast Customs" look for your ride, but how about the garage where you leave it?
are offering a range of self adhesive garage-door covers that depict the contents of your garage as everything from a fighter jet to a strip joint. There's even one showing it to be completely empty. So if you fancy having an alligator, a speedboat or even a metro station in your garage, Style-Your-Garage.com have just the thing for you (Daily Mail
This scary graphic of noseless and mouthless aliens conducting an intergalactic diplomatic mission comes from Ray Charles's 1961 album, Do the Twist!
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