Saturday, December 04, 2021
does anyone know the artist, or the series, or this art? Kim's a fan, but hasn't got any info to work with. It might be Anime Тохо Touhou Project by the artist Jun. But, I can't verify that just yet
these were found on http://anime.reactor.cc/post/1803621#comment8361263
The construction class at Westerly High School in Rhode Island built a bus stop shelter for boy who uses a wheelchair, because unlike most kids, he can’t run outside at a moments notice to hop on the bus, and had to wait in the rain sometimes
Friday, December 03, 2021
The whole barrel was made in sections the area from the breech up to cover the shell and explosive did not have any rifling. Interesting photo as it shows all the different laminations.
restoring a Divco led to meeting guys that worked with his grandfather, and how a bakery delivery van had to use wood wheels during WW2 due to the rubber shortage
this is among the photos in CNN's look back at Pan Am https://www.cnn.com/travel/article/pan-am-airline-legacy-cmd/index.html
Video shows a semi dragging a car on I-294 near Chicago with 19 year old woman waving from the drivers seat of the mangled car
Thursday, December 02, 2021
this '64 Pontiac GTO with a 389 and a four-speed has been in storage since February 1964. It has just 1,321 miles and is came from Pennsylvania, to Chicago, to Las Vegas, with a $125,000 asking price. But why isn't it at an auction?
Hertz is getting a lot of bad publicity today, an assistant professor at St. John's University School of Law ain't happy
she arrived at a Hertz location in Brooklyn on time for her rental just before noon on the Sunday before Thanksgiving, and got in a line with 15 other customers. After two hours, she was turned away after the Hertz employee stopped filling reservations. Apparently, the location closed at noon, despite having customers with confirmed reservations still waiting for their vehicles.
after 49 years in a lake with the front in the mud, the elements (lack of oxygen in the mud) caused a strange contrast with the rest of the Vauxhall that rusted
One night at dinner with his wife, William Lie got up in the middle of the meal, and drove off.
Ten days after the last time he was seen alive, the police linked his disappearance to the discovery of camping gear belonging to a missing man, abandoned by the mountain lake Trytetjern near Nesbyen, only 150 meters from where he was last seen.
Among the items was a travel radio with a sticker indicating that the radio had been sold in Oslo. When the police officer contacted the store, they could see in the file that the radio with this serial number had been sold to William Anker Lie.
Human remains were inside the Vauxhall, as was a letter of resignation was also found, a farewell letter and books. Some of this material was wrapped in plastic