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Paco Menéndez. Creador, pionero, explorador, roto

Paco Menéndez. Creador, pionero, explorador, roto

THINGS THAT YOU'RE LIABLE TO READ IN THE CONselfSERVATIVE bible,THEY AIN'T NECESSARY SO! O:-) :-* :-$  A minority of American voters believe the polls will be accurately tallied in the 2016 election. But fraud or tampering with the voting process — even via hacking — is highly unusual and unlikely.

'Rigged' Election Myths Contradict Voter Fraud's Low Threat To Sway Outcome

How An 1871 Disaster Helped To End America's Whaling Dynasty

Charles Lindbergh  (1927 - the day he took off from New York in the Spirit of St. Louis for the first solo transatlantic flight)

Charles Lindbergh, American aviator Flew Spirit of St Louis from New York to Paris on first solo non-stop transatlantic flight on May

Why are they appealing to an audience that is too young to remember the original show instead of listening to the audience that does and making a Season 6?

I mean, Teen Titans Go is funny in all. But seriously, bring back the original Teen Titans<Teen Titans Go is funny?

An exploration of how the actions of individual lives impact one another in the past, present and future, as one soul is shaped from a killer into a hero, and an act of kindness ripples across centuries to inspire a revolution.

Cloud Atlas (2012)

Based on the acclaimed novel by David Mitchell, Cloud Atlas is the story of how lives impact each other through the past, present and future. With Tom Hanks and Halle Berry.

On July 14, 1881, one of the Old West’s best known and yet most misunderstood outlaws was gunned down by an ambush when he walked into a dark bedroom.

This Day in History: July 14th

William H. November July better known as Billy the Kid and also known as Henry Antrim, was a American gunman who participated in the Lincoln County War and became a frontier outlaw in the American Old West.

John le Carré Has Not Mellowed With Age - NYTimes.com | Portrait by Nadav Kandar

John le Carré Has Not Mellowed With Age

David John Moore Cornwell, pen name John Le Carré. A British author of espionage novels. During the and Cornwell worked for the British intelligence services and

Kid Flash by Brett Booth

Teen Titans A FOREVER EVIL tie-in! The Titans' fall through the time stream is stopped by Echo! But is this the help they've been looking for, or are things about to go from bad to worse?

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A Perps Worst Nightmare suicideblonde: Law and Order casts photographed by Norman Jean Roy

Ellsworth Raymond "Bumpy" Johnson (October 31, 1905 - July 7, 1968) was an American gangster in New York City's Harlem in the early 20th century. He was an associate of mob boss Stephanie St. Clair. He was one of the leading criminals in Harlem to fight a war against Dutch Schultz, who incorporated the city's organized crime into the Jewish and Italian mobs of the day. He was hired as an enforcer by the Genovese family to protect the Mafia in black neighborhoods against local criminals.

The 10 Most Badass Real-Life Alcatraz InmatesAl Capone

History of The Cellars of The Five Points | New York City Historical Blog

History of The Cellars of The Five Points

Figured you're probably looking east, with one of the rear tenements in the foreground, and the big Baxter (which appears in 1918 and 1926 photos) is the big hull in the background.

Tesla's funeral on Jan. 12, 1943. Tesla's casket at St. John the Divine Cathedral in New York was covered with flags of the United States and Yugoslavia.

Tesla's funeral on Jan. Tesla's casket at St. John the Divine Cathedral in New York was covered with flags of the United States and Yugoslavia.

The Bowery Boys were a nativist, anti-Catholic, and Anti-Irish gang based north…

Five Points Gang - from this gang came some of the most notable gangsters of the depression period including Al Capone, Lucky Luciano, Johnny Torio, Frankie Yale and Jimmy.Neighborhood where most of the orphan train riders came from.

The Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire in New York City on March 25, 1911, was the deadliest industrial disaster in the history of the city of New York. This brought America to the attention that the working conditions were very poor.

Long rows of workers in an early shop scene. Men are working by sewing machine, while women are sewing by hand.