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Found in Washington State on route 101 along the Columbia River. This interesting looking caterpillar will evolve into an attractive Tiger Moth. (From a "Bear" to a "Tiger")

(Arctiidae is a large and diverse fa...

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What a terrible loss yesterday. My entire day was a downer and I can't take my mind off it, even as I write these words. George Carlin was the best (only?) social scientist/linguist/comedian in our day. He was that unique. Take his routine - ...

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This window in the Rockefeller mansion faces the Hudson River, and, reflects it. If you make this larger, you will be able to see inside the window as well.

Kykuit is a great place to visit and take photographs.

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(FDR Biography, Part One)

Franklin D. Roosevelt was born in Hyde Park, New York on January 30, 1882, the son of James Roosevelt and Sara Delano Roosevelt. His parents and private tutors provided him with almost all his formative education. He att...

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Stephen Crane's book about a young man caught up in the Civil War, "The Red Badge of Courage", painted a picture of bravery and war that was creative and insightful. His body of work is impressive for a man who died at 28 ye...

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I noticed this pin-up - It's a shot of Bettie Page - tucked away in a corner of a store window, from behind two hanging dresses. 

From wiki:

In Brief:

Bettie Page (April 22, 1923 – December 11, 2008) was an American model who became famo...

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Two excerpts from his amazing speech:

First regarding Hillary Clinton:

"Senator Hillary Clinton has made history in this campaign not just because she's a woman who has done what no woman has done before, but because she's a l...

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The notes are numbered and each has a brief comment.

1 - Why does anyone still drink coffee out of a Christmas mug? It's May! Besides I have about a 100 mug collection, so I do have a choice.....

2 - I sent two pictures into the Jones Soda ...

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Jack Robinson was the first African-American ballplayer in 20th-century Major League Baseball. His contract with the Brooklyn Dodgers ended 80 years of baseball segregation. He endured racial hatred and discrimination throughout his career with gr...

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"Climb aboard the new vessel Manhattan for a leisurely weekend brunch, including a spread of bagels, muffins, pastries, fruit and coffee. Experience a comfortable and unique trip around Manhattan on the Hudson, East and Harlem rivers. Sit...

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Alex Rodriguez will continue his exploits this year for the Yankees. He has 518 home runs and will be just 33 years old in July.  With Bond's record at 762, he can average just 31 home runs a year over the next eight years to gain the record.

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This is the volunteer who takes care of the Fairmount Park demonstration garden. All of his plants and flowers were obtained by him at no cost to the Park. He is both scavenger and gardener, intense and dedicated.....

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The left side of the variety store (James Dean is on the right). Cash was a rebel - and a great country and crossover singer and writer. A non-conformist (as you might detect) and the "Man in Black". He always "Walked th...

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Just playin' with my photoshop. Can you guess what this started out as?

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We should appreciate the history happening around us right now. Historical Timeline:

1517- Spain begins black plantation slavery (slave trade).
1619 - Slaves arrive in Jamestown.
1787 - U.S. Constitution defines and establishes legal slavery.
185...

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Portrait by Rembrandt Peale / Courtesy of the New York Historical Society.

Jefferson was born April 13, 1743, at Shadwell, Virginia; He died July 4, 1826, at Monticello, on the same day his friend John Adams died.

Jefferson authored the Declarat...

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Frank and his dogs (aren't they great) just happened to be in the 'hood that day. Frank has walked dogs in the neighborhood of 150th Street and Riverside Avenue for many years. He knew Ralph Ellison and said he was a pleasant man, always...

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Sen. Barack Obama in Manchester New Hampshire at the Palace Theater. I took a morning off from the Edwards campaign just to hear him speak, just in case!! I am a huge Obama supporter now and this campaign has great promise.

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The Hula Hoop is officially 50 years old Thursday June 19th! 

Did you know it cost $1.98 the first year. when 100 million of them were sold? Or, that it was banned in the Soviet Union as a symbol of the "emptiness" of western cu...

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Andrew Goodman was born in New York City on 23rd November, 1943. While studying at Queens College in New York, Goodman joined the Congress on Racial Equality (CORE) and volunteered to take part in its "Freedom Summer (voter registration) ...

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