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Linux_Sage
Thought this was pretty fascinating. Interviewing people who were alive during the early 1800s and giving their recounts of different events in history. Stuff like this is a treasure trove of information.





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Wir sprechen zu viel, aber wir sehen zu wenig.
   
vkimo
Holy smokes, thanks for sharing! Crazy how the last living Confederate Soldier died in the 1950s
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jkatz
To me it always feels a little strange seeing old people in things like The Marx Bros. or silent films...I can't exactly articulate why, though. Maybe because those things are so old already it's hard to picture somebody being old when they were still brand new or recent.

vkimo wrote :

Holy smokes, thanks for sharing! Crazy how the last living Confederate Soldier died in the 1950s
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There exists a photo of some country singer (can't remember his name) playing a song at his deathbed. I'll try to see if I can find it.
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Tut tut, gentle Marge! Here in the boudoir, the gourmand metamorphizes into...the voluptuary!
Mr Magic
Whoa! What a find!
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