these are the timesdirty beloved


The High Rollers Extravaganza Co.
Courier Litho 1899
Theatrical Poster Collection
Commencing Chorus Girls at the Library of Congress, an ongoing feature


vvvvvvvvvvvvLand ends
with miles of aloe along the Great Highway.
Surfers strip off their suits, half-naked
to the naked sea...


A woman monarch who called herself a pharaoh, dressed like a man and also wore a false beard, Hatshepsut ruled more than 3,000 years ago, wielding more power than two other women of ancient Egypt, Cleopatra and Nefertiti. The mummy identified as Hatshepsut shows an obese woman, who died in her 50s, and probably had diabetes and liver cancer, Dr Hawass said. Her left hand is positioned against her chest, a sign of royalty in ancient Egypt.
via Wikipedia

June 26:
David Byrne's currently observing "National Day of Silence"
to protest net radio royalty fee hike.

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