Kim Lilot

Sat, 12 Aug 2017 17:36:33 +0000

We've seen some deranged vintage body armor before, but nothing as gutsy as this costume, which transformed the wearer into a 19th-century Pinhead. A commenter on the Foundation of the American Institute for Conservation message boards had this to say about such a suit in 1998 (we're assuming this description refers to this particular regalia):


    This is the first photograph of a person. Philadelphia, November 1839. "Robert Cornelius, self-portrait facing front, arms crossed. Inscription on backing: The first light-picture ever taken. 1839." One of the first photographs made in the United States, this quarter-plate daguerreotype, taken in the yard of the Cornelius family's lamp-making business in Philadelphia. I love his face... the way he is looking at the camera. Do you think he has ANY clue about what's to come?? How much what he is doing will change the world??

    The plague doctor's costume

    I should start babysitting

    110-year-old condoms made from the swim bladders of fish

    A Real Life Mermaid Found On The Beaches Of Hawaii And Egypt! - Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton, Montreal, Vancouver, Ottawa, Winnipeg, ON

    Anti-zombie cage.

    You can kill bugs while having nice smelling arm pits!!!

    129 year old Native American "Wrinkle Meat" - Old photo of Chief John Smith (Ka-be-nah-gwey-wence) at the age of 129.

    Começo a conhecer-me. Não existo. ~ Álvaro de Campos, in "Poemas" Heterónimo de Fernando Pessoa

    2,000-year-old roman face cream with visible, ancient fingermarks The contents were so well preserved (you can still see finger marks in the cream) that the team was able to recreate the product from...

    Young Bill Clinton with JFK