Stress finally gets to you when you run out of ideas.
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We are the robots. A functioning automatic and dancing mechanic.
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Sometimes you do what do just to survive when you're on a fantastic voyage.
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Classic lyric from a classic song.
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This illustration was created by Henrique Alvim Corrêa between 1876-1910. It was used in the Brazilian cover of the HG Wells Classic novel, "The War of the Worlds".
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This wood engraving depicts the demon Behemoth from the Dictionnaire infernal, by French artist Louis Breton. Behemoth is described as slow and stupid despite his rank. He reigns on gluttony and is sometimes thought to be cup-bearer in hell.
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Although the artist for this illustration is unknown, the picture comes from the book entitled, "Under the Waves; or, diving in deep waters: a tale," written by Scottish author Robert Michael Ballantyne, and published by James Nisbet and Co., in 1887, in London, England. More about this book and it's author can be found here: http://pdtee.weebly.com/a-diving-tale.html
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This illustration was created by artist John Tenniel, and is from the book entitled, The Poetical Works of Edgar Allen Poe. It was published in New York by J.S. Redfield in 1858. Read about this artist, his works and his life at: http://pdtee.weebly.com/the-raven.html
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A vintage illustration of a jouster preparing to compete.
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A vintage illustration of a turtle.
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The United States Seal
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Illustration found in the book entitled "The English Dance of Death." After the period of the stylish baroque Dance of Death, the late 18th and 19th Centuries. The artist of this piece, Thomas Rowlandson, imagines the death waiting for one of the many vices/modern tools of destruction at the time to take hold and be perpetuated throughout the English Empire. This piece is a satiric commentary on the influence English culture during the time.
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T-Shirt from the 1st Annual 1979 Tatooine Marathon.
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This illustration depicts a dense swarm of green-headed locusts fills the horizon. Read more about this illustration by visiting: http://pdtee.weebly.com/a-plague-of-locusts.html
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This wood engraving illustration comes from the book entitled Quarles' Emblems that was illustrated by Henry Rogers and Chalres Bennett. There is little information available on both artists. Read more about the author and this illustration at: http://pdtee.weebly.com/sin1.html
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This metal engraged illustration of the Orbicular Batfish was done by Jacques Reyne Isidore Acarie-Baron, and comes from the book entitled, Le regene animal distribue apres son organisation, vol. 4 (atlas). There little information available on this artist.
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This picture depicts a dog-powered vehicle driven by a woman. The dogs are shut up inside the front wheel devised on the same principle as a squirrel cage. Contrary to the name, no squirrels are involved. Read about the logic of this contraption in the inventor's words at: http://pdtee.weebly.com/the-velocipde.html
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This wood engraving illustration comes from the book entitled Quarles' Emblems that was illustrated by Henry Rogers and Chalres Bennett. There is little information available on both artists. A snake is coiled around a large stylized heart and holds an apple in its mouth. Below the picture two separate scrolls bear the inscription Totus mundus in maligno/Mali ligno positus est, which stands for Totus mundus in maligno positus est (The whole world is established inside the Devil).
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The beautiful illustration depicts Histioteuthis bonnellii, also known as the Umbrella Squid. The illustration was published in 1845 by Gide et Cie, in Paris. While the illustrator of this book is image is unknown, the metal engraving was done by Christophe Annedouche. To learn more visit: http://pdtee.weebly.com/umbrella-squid.html
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This is an illustration is from the book entitled Mollusques Vivants et Fossiles. The beautiful illustration depicts Loligo vulgaris, also known as the European Squid. The book was published in 1845 by Gide et Cie, in Paris. Read more about this illustration at: http://pdtee.weebly.com/vulgaris.html
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This picture is from the book "Quarles' Emblems." It was illustrated by Henry Rogers & Charles Bennett. The graphic depicts a skeleton on a rock, legs crossed while a child trapped in its rib cage tries to escape. Learn more at: http://pdtee.weebly.com/body-of-this-death.html
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Thank you for the inspiration Sugar Hill Gang. "Everybody go: Hotel, motel, Holiday Inn You see, if your girl starts acting up, then you take her friend."
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Visit Bolton, UK. One of the UK's friendliest towns. It has some very interesting fun runs.
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"Now I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds."
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The artist who created this image entitled, "The Horn...Was blown with a loud twenty-trumpeter power," was English book illustrator Arthur Rackham, and is taken from the book entitled, The Ingoldsby Legends. Read about the artist who created this image by visiting: http://pdtee.weebly.com/horn-blower.html
This illustration was done by Arthur Burdett Frost. He was born (January 17, 1851 – June 22, 1928), was an American illustrator, graphic artist and comics writer. He was also well known as a painter. paintings; in addition to his work in illustrations, he is renowned for realistic hunting and shooting prints. To read more about this artist visit: http://pdtee.weebly.com
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The struggle carries on. King Curtis began our movement, it's our duty to continue honoring his struggle.
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An imagining of Paris at night from the early 19th century.
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A woman wearing a toga stands open-armed before the entrance of an antique building as rays of light radiate from her diadem. This illustration was published around 1829, in Paris France. and was created by Augueste, Souze. Read more about this artist at: http://pdtee.weebly.com/
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