The Mark V diving helmet is the classical helmet that everyone thinks about when they envision a diving helmet. In 1912 the US Navy assigned a diver, Gunner George D. Stillson to research, design, test, and evaluate diving equipment and procedures. This research led to the Mark V being produced in 1916 through 1984. The helmet was produced by 4 companies, one of which being the Miller Dunn Company of Miami FL. Learn more about the unique history at the Thousand Fathoms website.
The most notorious unsolved FBI case featuring mid-air parachutes and $200,000 stolen cash. On the afternoon of November 24, 1971, a nondescript man calling himself Dan Cooper approached the counter of Northwest Orient Airlines in Portland, Oregon. The rest is unsolved mysteries.
Join Bodhi as he defies Johnny Utah and surfs the 50 years storm wave at Bells Beach in Victoria Australia. This retro Point Break T-shirt will bring you back to the 90s and visions of robbing banks so you can surf the waves.
Madmartigan couldn't save himself this time when it came to the Evil Queen Bavmorda's spell - turning them all into pigs. Hopefully, no Nockmaar hounds come around to have some fresh bacon. Sport this cult-classic 80's movie t-shirt with pride with a subtle reference that only the bestest of Willow fans will get.
Wild horses, better known as Fire Mares roam the Grimaut Mountains on the planet Krull and are the only thing that can move fast enough to get back to the Black Fortress so Prince Colwyn can rescue Princess Lyssa.
Trek back to 1984 as we pay homage to one of the 80s kid cult classics that is Cloak and Dagger. Jack Flack always escapes in this classic flic with spy craft, espionage, and the San Antonio Riverwalk.
The Disco Volante (from Italian meaning "Flying Disc" or "Flying Saucer") was a fictional luxury hydrofoil yacht owned by SPECTRE operative Emilio Largo. The M.Y. stands for Motor Yacht and vessel first appeared in Ian Fleming's 1962 novel Thunderball and was later featured in its 1965 James Bond film adaptation of the same name. The vessel was subsequently re-imagined as the Superyacht Flying Saucer for the unofficial 1983 James Bond film Never Say Never Again and was mentioned in the 2015 mobile video game James Bond: World of Espionage.
The restaurant is seen in several movies, including Volcano, starring Tommy Lee Jones; The Big Lebowski, starring Jeff Bridges and John Goodman; and American History X, starring Edward Norton. Johnie's was also featured in the 1998 film City of Angels and the 2000 film Gone in 60 Seconds, both starring Nicolas Cage. Some scenes from the award-winning short film Make Hay When the Sun Shines took place in the historic restaurant.
Mister Gustave H. never went in public without it. "A blend that includes aldehyde top notes, which, traditionally appeal to the older women who are Gustave H.’s most beloved guests; there’s also bergamot, mandarin, amber—and a splash of green apple."
Good Ole' John Strangways, died in the first 5 minutes of the movie....but he had a nice house. Be obscure with this great bond reference.
John Strangways was a British spy living in Jamaica until he was assassinated. Based on the literary character who first appeared in the 1954 Ian Fleming novel Live and Let Die, he was portrayed by Timothy Moxon and voiced by Robert Rietty in the 1962 film Dr. No.
An Aged Version of Sharky's Charters T-Shirt. "God, what a terrible waste. Of money." - Quote from Sharky. Sharkey, a close friend, and ally of Felix Leiter chartered his boat and traveling to various coastal or island destinations. Sharkey runs a skippered charter service, meaning that the boat is rented with a professional crew consisting of a skipper/captain who is responsible for the maneuvering of the yacht.
It is the Bahamas mansion of eye-patched Spectre agent Emilio Largo, suited with both a swimming pool for humans and one for sharks. “Palmyra” is actually named “Rock Point”. The villa is situated on the northern shore of Bahamian main island New Providence along the famous Bay Street.
Crab Key is an island located thirty miles north of Jamaica and sixty miles south of Cuba. The island is 50 square miles and 3/4 of the land toward the east was occupied by swamps, shallow lakes, and marshland filled with thousands of trees and shrubs called mangroves.
Olympatec Meditation Institute was the fictional headquarters of the Sanchez Cartel's front organization, a religious cult headed by televangelist Professor Joe Butcher [Wayne "Bless your heart" Newton] located in the Republic of Isthmus. In reality, the site was an enormous cocaine production facility and distribution center.
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L'Americain ..... a secret place pointed out to Bond by Dr Swan's father, Mr White. L'Americain turns out to be a hotel, located in the ancient medina of Tangier. This time sport the shirt with a washed look to it.
Sharkey, a close friend, and ally of Felix Leiter chartered his boat and traveling to various coastal or island destinations. Sharkey runs a skippered charter service, meaning that the boat is rented with a professional crew consisting of a skipper/captain who is responsible for the maneuvering of the yacht.
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"What is the East India Trading Company doing in the Caribbean?"
"Well, we are East of India. Just the long way around. After all, when goods do not cross borders, then armies will."
The East India Trading Company, otherwise referred to as the East India Company or abbreviated as EITC, was a British joint-stock company and megacorporation formed for pursuing and monopolizing trade with the Indian subcontinent and East Indies, and later expanded to China and the Caribbean. The East India Company traded mainly in cotton, silk, indigo dye, salt, saltpetre, tea and opium. The Company was granted a Royal Charter by Queen Elizabeth I on December 31, 1600. Shares of the Company were owned by wealthy merchants and aristocrats.
In the early days of World War III, guerrillas – mostly children – placed the names of their lost upon this rock. They fought here alone and gave up their lives, so "that this nation shall not perish from the earth.
Are you still playing the game?
Of course. I should reach DEFCON 1
and launch my missiles in 28 hours.
Would you like to see some projected kill ratios?
69% of the housing destroyed.
72 million people dead?
Is this a game
or is it real?
What's the difference?
Pepsi Perfect was sold in bottles that had a lid with a built-in straw. However, when Marty McFly had first seen the soft drinks container, he was perplexed as to how exactly he was supposed to open it.