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Legendary Icons – Female Sex Symbols Through the Years

Legendary Icons – Female Sex Symbols Through the Years

Beauty, sex appeal, that certain je ne sais quoi – all these legendary female icons have them.  We’ve worked long and hard to compile a list of the end-all, be-all most amazing female sex symbols from the 1920′s through today. 1920′s Lillian Russell Just the Basics Born Helen Louise Leonard in Clinton Iowa – 1860.  […]

Henges and Stonehenge Replicas

Henges and Stonehenge Replicas

What is a Henge? A “Henge” is an oval or circular earthwork structure built during the Neolithic Period, often in the form of a rock circle or monument. Not all henges are rock monuments like Stonehenge, but most henges are located in England. In England, the Neolithic Period occurred circa 7000—1700 BC. During this time, […]

One Man’s Trash – Part One

One Man’s Trash – Part One

It’s true what they say – one man’s (or woman’s) trash, is another one’s treasure. Many artists take an environmental stance and create art out of things that would otherwise be thrown away. Some of the pieces of art are very large – sculptures and parts of buildings, and others are very small. Take a […]

Unusual Objects Made from Gold – Weird Golden Toys

Unusual Objects Made from Gold – Weird Golden Toys

Sex, Alcohol, Candy and Face Creams Gold is rare and valuable.  It is incredibly labor intensive and dangerous to mine for both mine workers and the environment.  As such, the most obviously logical thing to do with it is rub it on your face and flush it down the toilet—in some cases literally. To follow […]

Breadmaker Dave Dahl – Dave’s Killer Bread

Breadmaker Dave Dahl – Dave’s Killer Bread

The story on a bag of Dave’s Killer Bread tells us that Dave is a reformed ex-con, leaving customers to wonder exactly which crime landed him in jail for 15 years. Rest assured, Dave Dahl is not a killer, he just bakes killer-good bread. As a reformed drug addict, his mission is “to make the […]