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Jim Morrison at T.T.G. Recording Studios in Hollywood, 1968.

Jim Morrison at T.T.G. Recording Studios in Hollywood, 1968.

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I did know! People are idiots

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I did know! People are idiots

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Probably so he could be played with, but probably got chews up by a dog or is just sitting on a shelf

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Probably so he could be played with, but probably got chews up by a dog or is just sitting on a shelf

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WWII Hairstyles
A collection of WWII photographs, depicting some Of the hairstyles of the time, like the victory Rolls, the lifted and the swoops hairstyles. Most of these woman pictured here, were either in the services, the Land Army, WVS, working in factories or part of the home front. A rather inspiring gaggle of girls with gorgeous locks.

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During the last 3,500 years, it is estimated that the world has had a total of 230 years in which no wars took place.

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This is the woman who invented the modern romance novel. Katherine Woodiwiss was a young wife and mother when she decided existing romantic fiction was unsatisfying and set out to write her own. She produced in 1972 The Flame and the Flower, set on a Southern plantation in the late 18th century. Its historical setting and theme, florid prose style and steamy sex scenes inspired a legion of imitators, and invented the well-known “bodice ripper” subgenre. And her unprecedented commercial success sparked a new boom in romance fiction.

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This is the woman who invented the modern romance novel. Katherine Woodiwiss was a young wife and mother when she decided existing romantic fiction was unsatisfying and set out to write her own. She produced in 1972 The Flame and the Flower, set on a Southern plantation in the late 18th century. Its historical setting and theme, florid prose style and steamy sex scenes inspired a legion of imitators, and invented the well-known “bodice ripper” subgenre. And her unprecedented commercial success sparked a new boom in romance fiction.

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