Monopoly Is My Intent
Monopoly Is My Intent
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mpdrolet:

Kai-Uwe Gundlach
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mpdrolet:

Frédéric Lagrange
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thefilmstage:

On the set of Roman Polanski's Chinatown, released 40 years ago today.
Watch a one-hour interview with Polanski.
thefilmstage:

On the set of Roman Polanski's Chinatown, released 40 years ago today.
Watch a one-hour interview with Polanski.
thefilmstage:

On the set of Roman Polanski's Chinatown, released 40 years ago today.
Watch a one-hour interview with Polanski.
thefilmstage:

On the set of Roman Polanski's Chinatown, released 40 years ago today.
Watch a one-hour interview with Polanski.
thefilmstage:

On the set of Roman Polanski's Chinatown, released 40 years ago today.
Watch a one-hour interview with Polanski.
thefilmstage:

On the set of Roman Polanski's Chinatown, released 40 years ago today.
Watch a one-hour interview with Polanski.
thefilmstage:

On the set of Roman Polanski's Chinatown, released 40 years ago today.
Watch a one-hour interview with Polanski.
thefilmstage:

On the set of Roman Polanski's Chinatown, released 40 years ago today.
Watch a one-hour interview with Polanski.
thefilmstage:

On the set of Roman Polanski's Chinatown, released 40 years ago today.
Watch a one-hour interview with Polanski.
thefilmstage:

On the set of Roman Polanski's Chinatown, released 40 years ago today.
Watch a one-hour interview with Polanski.
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oursoulsaredamned:

Hades and Persephone in Hell with Cerberus at their feet
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corkgrips:

paris-roubaix is coming
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mpdrolet:

B.J. Robinson (14793), 1978
George Dureau
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hellohaters:

perspectiva corporum regularium by Wenzel Jamnitzer
hellohaters:

perspectiva corporum regularium by Wenzel Jamnitzer
hellohaters:

perspectiva corporum regularium by Wenzel Jamnitzer
hellohaters:

perspectiva corporum regularium by Wenzel Jamnitzer
hellohaters:

perspectiva corporum regularium by Wenzel Jamnitzer
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svveden:

do u have directions to the nearest mcdonalds
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livelymorgue:

April 2, 1933: According to some paste-on scholarship on the back of this photo, the French engineer Joseph Archer devoted 11 years to perfecting his propellered  “airline cab,” which was intended to scoot along at 150 miles per hour, suspended from an overhead monorail. Repeated fruitless Google and Times archive searches suggest that Mr. Archer’s invention was not a pedestal-smashing success, nor was his work on a trench mortar as legacy-making as it seemed at the time of this photo’s issue. A side view of the cab can be found here. Photo: The New York Times
livelymorgue:

April 2, 1933: According to some paste-on scholarship on the back of this photo, the French engineer Joseph Archer devoted 11 years to perfecting his propellered  “airline cab,” which was intended to scoot along at 150 miles per hour, suspended from an overhead monorail. Repeated fruitless Google and Times archive searches suggest that Mr. Archer’s invention was not a pedestal-smashing success, nor was his work on a trench mortar as legacy-making as it seemed at the time of this photo’s issue. A side view of the cab can be found here. Photo: The New York Times