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  • By Writing Sharks 177 days ago
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  • By Morgan Rees 219 days ago
    When the power of love overcomes the love of power the world will know peace." - Jimi Hendrix
  • By Morgan Rees 233 days ago
    Hate Has No Home Here
  • By Morgan Rees 260 days ago
    More brands jumping on the Barbie train, but I have to say this The Kraft Heinz Company brand adaptation is my favorite so far! It’s clever, and would definitely fit well into Barbies Dream Home. I’d say they nailed it what do you think?
  • By Morgan Rees 327 days ago
    OMG! Ads That Would Never Work Today What??? Cigarettes and DDT are good for you? Now we use sunblock, hats and sunglasses to shield us from sun damage. Wow were we fed a lot of purposely false information.
  • By Morgan Rees 357 days ago
    1934 3-cent Mother’s Day Stamp
  • By Morgan Rees 398 days ago
    WOMEN IN REVOLT - Newsweek, March 23, 1970
  • By Morgan Rees 415 days ago
    The Deputy Dawg Show first ran weekly from January 1, 1960 to December 31, 1964. Each episode has a Deputy Dawg cartoon, followed by Sidney the Elephant. Terrytoons was the first animation studio to begin producing new material for TV in a big way and introduced pioneer animator Ralph Bakshi.
  • By Morgan Rees 454 days ago
    The World's Most Visited Websites, Visualized Just a handful of websites get the majority of the world's internet traffic. As of 2023, there are around 1.13 billion websites in existence — but only a handful of these receive the majority of the world's traffic. Perhaps unsurprisingly, Google is the most visited site overall, with 85.1 billion monthly visits. In second is YouTube (33 billion), followed by Facebook (17.8 billion).
  • By Morgan Rees 464 days ago
    The Beatles vs. Their Sons: This is a comparison of each Beatle on the right with their sons on the left. Not only do these sons favor their widely known fathers, they also inherited the music gene and all have worked in the industry.