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Liverpool Troll Michael Owen On His Return To Anfield For Charity Match

Liverpool Troll Michael Owen On His Return To Anfield For Charity Match

Meskel Square in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia——A 4-way intersection with no lines, signs, of traffic lights

Meskel Square in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia——A 4-way intersection with no lines, signs, of traffic lights

Because Everything Is Possible

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Katy Perry’s first and last attempt at crowd surfing

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Watch … just watch

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Young Michael Stipe (R.E.M.)

Young Michael Stipe (R.E.M.)

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Can you spot the train in this picture?

The Chanaral – Llanta – Potrerillos line in Chile is one of the most stunning railways in the world. It connects Potrerillos, a now abandoned town and mine in the remote Andes located 2850 meters above sea level, with the filtration plant and workshops in Llanta and Diego de Almagro, where the line connects to the Longitudinal Norte, and continues to Chañaral and the harbor at Barquito. The line was built starting 1916 by the Andes Copper Mining Company to connect the Potrerillos copper mine and smelter with Pueblo Hundido (now called Diego de Almagro), where it connected to the state railway network, which continued to Chañaral.

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1st MayStadium, in Scornicesti, Romania.

Scornicesti was the home town of communist dictator, Nicolae Ceausescu. He wanted to make a “model-town” out of Scornicesti, which was actually more like a village, with a population of aprox. 10.000. So he built new flats, tearing down the old houses along the main road, and he also built a large stadium(for a small town), with a seating capacity of 30.000. It was one of the most modern stadiums in the country, at that time. He also created a team, recruiting some of the best Romanian players of that moment, some of them having to play there, against their own will. Of course, after the fall of his regime, in ‘89, the team was dissolved, and the stadium abandoned. The main stand is home now for a few homeless people.

The destruction of Manchester United.

The Otters Revolt Against David Bowie by Will Hulsey

David Redon makes vintage popular culture look new by adding celebrities. The art director at Parisian agency Quai Des Orfèvres combines famous people like Kanye, Beyonce,  and Pharrell with Mid-Century advertisements in a series he calls Ads Libitum.

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