14-year-old German POWs of the Hitler Youth captured by the 3rd US Army
"Did you see the Giants game on Sunday? They lost 31 to 7. And you know what the Giants didn’t say after that game: ‘If you don’t give us 25 more points by midnight on Monday, we will shutdown the f**kin’ NFL!’ They didn’t say that." - Jon Stewart http://on.cc.com/1eXiRVn
Halloween was way creepier in the old days…
Recyclable halloween stuff , those days
If “Harry Potter” comes to mind at the sight of this barn owl perched on a dog’s shoulders, you’re not alone. We felt a very magical vibe from the photos of these two best friends and while the dog’s name isn’t Harry, it still has a very wizardly namesake — Merlin!
According to Rex Features, Willow and Merlin became fast friends three months ago when the owl’s daily exercise was combined with the dog’s walk. Now the unlikely pair are a familiar sight at the Pen y Bryn Falconry centre in North Wales.
“They are inseparable. People always stop and smile when they see them going by,” said Lorwi Peacock, Willow’s handler.
Willow particularly loves to sit on Merlin’s back with her wings outstretched as he goes for a run. Luckily, Merlin doesn’t seem to be bothered by his small feathered passenger one bit!
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"On this day in ‘69, Apollo 11 astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin set foot on the Moon, changing how we see the world forever.
We’re looking forward to the day we set foot on an asteroid and Mars.”
-NASA’s Kennedy Space Center facebook page
I Am A Man, Sanitation Workers Strike in Memphis, Tennessee, March 28, 1968 by Ernest C. Withers (Chrysler Museum)
Ham the chimpanzee photographed in his space suit which was fitted into the nose cone of the Mercury Redstone rocket
Ham became the first chimpanzee in space on 31 January 1961. He reached an altitude of 157 miles and speed of 5857 mph, during which he was weightless for 6.6 minutes. Ham was apparently only slightly fatigued and dehydrated after his ordeal