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Violence, art, sex, fun, weird, oldschool, grafitti, street art, death, war, dance, color, food, freaks and beautiful fucked up things.
Some years ago a website called Black Guido was an crazy artsy site and I was amazed and kind of frightened in a wonderful way – it’s like driving by a freeway accident and you can’t help slowing down to look. The feeling where you walk by a ground floor apartment and you can’t help looking through the windows. It’s a mere primitive reaction and that’s the main reason why I re-post these images – they need to be re-seen 🙂 Enjoy… and remember it’s your own responsibility to stop now if you don’t want to get offended…
WARNING: The biggest, most offensive, artsy and provocative image blog post you will ever see!!! (Rated R)
U. S. Rep. Katherine Harris, R-Florida, holds up a possum she purchased at the Wausau Possum Festival, Saturday, Aug. 5, 2006, in Wausau, Fla. Harris is a candidate for the U. S. Senate. (AP Photo/Phil Coale)
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Robert Cornelius took this photo outside the store his family owned. It became famous for being the first self portrait or as its commonly now known, a “selfie.”
People posing next to the Statue of Liberty as it’s unpacked. (1886)
This funny portrait of a woman was taken while she was mid-sneeze. (1900)
A “knocker-up” waking up clients – the early 20th century version of alarm clocks.
Nine kings gather to mourn the death of King Edward VII (1910).
This may very well be the most kings ever photographed at once. Represented are Norway, Bulgaria, Portugal, the German Empire, Greece, Belgium, Spain, Great Britain, and Denmark.
Before automatic pinsetters were invented, “pin boys” worked to manually line them up. (1914).
Sarcastic photo taken by anti-prohibitionists to mock their opponents in 1919.
A police officer on a Harley and an old fashioned mobile holding cell. (1921)
An early example of “horsemanning”, the 1920’s version of “planking”.
Two winners of a 1922 Beauty Pageant, when beauty standards were much different.
An beach official measures bathing suits to ensure they aren’t too short (1920s)
Suits were not allowed to end more than 6 inches above the knee.
A couple enjoys an old fashioned zipline on a weekend afternoon. (1923)
This bizarre helmet supposedly helped focus by rendering the wearer deaf, piping them full of oxygen, and limiting their vision to a tiny slit. (1925)
A mildly terrifying 1920s full faced swimming mask designed to protect women from the sun.
Hitler rehearsing his speeches in front of a mirror (1925).
The LA Public Library’s bookmobile program for the sick. (1928)
A zookeeper gives penguins a delightful shower from a watering can. (1930)
The One Wheel Motorcycle, capable of reaching a top speed of 93 mph. (1931)
A cat poses for a cigarette card, found in Army Club Cigarettes. (1932)
How makers of the famous London Double-Decker buses proved they weren’t a tipping hazard. (1933)
Baby cages for 1930s apartment families who wanted their children to get enough sunlight.
The iconic photo of a concerned pea-picker and mother of seven children during the Dust Bowl (1936)
These glasses were specifically made for reading in bed
The 1930’s version of a GPS: This auto scrolling map was supposed to help people with directions in real time.
Model T “Elevator Garage” in Chicago. (1936)
Salvador Dalí and Coco Chanel sharing a smoke. (1938)
“Face Cones”: a fashionable way to protect oneself during snowstorms (1939).
A bicycle that fits a family of four, including a sewing machine. (1939).
Babies wearing the gas mask hood system during a 1940 London bombing drill.
WWII soldiers get their last kiss before deployment.
A tiny puppy sleeping comfortably between Russian soldiers. (1945)
An Austrian boy couldn’t be more excited about his first pair of new shoes in years. (1946)
A baby bear drinks a bowl of honey in a cafe. (1950)
A man dresses up his dog in a suit, then puts a cat in his lap. (1950s)
An ice-cold whisky dispenser, sometimes found in offices. (1950s)
The winner of the 1950 “Miss Atomic Bomb” pageant.
Afghan women at a public library during the 1950s.
The Afghanistan government was shifting towards democracy in the 1950s and 60s before the Taliban took over. Women could work, become educated, dress casually and use many of the modern day services that men could.
A young Paul McCartney takes a mirror selfie. (1959)
[Colorized] Young women hosting a 1950s house party.
Fidel Castro lays a wreath at the Lincoln Memorial. (1959)
Fritz the bulldog, a TV celebrity, is groomed by a barber. (1961)