MMM 418: Throwback Monday

A choice selection of images from Year 1 in the old style.

Woman, clean.

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MMM 19: Throwback edition

From the before-time, in the long-long ago, when people had faces and it was good that kids got the sniffles because it encouraged a healthy immune system.

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MMM Throwback: MMM 14

Enjoy.

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MMM 408: Drombeg Stone Circle

Also known as the Druid’s Altar, this circle of moderately large stones (quarried nearby, so it was a lot of work but was not a particularly difficult undertaking) was assembled and used between 1100 and 800 BC on the southern tip of Ireland, likely by genuine druids.  As an Irish descendant, it is somewhat spooky to look at this and think that ancestors may have used this site, and possibly for some very unsavory things.

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BBF

Hello, and welcome to Big Boob Friday.

 

 

 

 

Your model for today was born on August 24th, 1990 in Stargard Szczeciński, Poland.  She stands 5’10” and measures 35G2437 and 130 lbs.  Please get yourself situated for Miss Ewelina Olczak AKA Victoria Macreatis.

 

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Funeral for a Meme

His best work, and it’s a high bar. Fight me.

There is no better description for the purpose of Trump’s impeachment than this.

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MMM 388: Malta

There are actually a number of megalithic sites in Malta (Gozo and Hagar Qim are the ones I know offhand and by name).  And these are old, like older than the currently agreed-upon dates  for the Great Pyramids at Giza.  They are believed to have been built between 3600 BC and 2500 BC.  Granted, they lack the grandeur and scale of the pyramids, but they are some of the earliest megalithic ruins that remain with us today.

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MMM 387: The Temple of Kukulcan

Reminder: Secret santa targets go out tonight after 7pm. If you want in, get in now.

The Werdpuss Editor lost all my content the first time I hit publish and I don’t have time to do it again.  Outer layer built in ~900 AD, 3 layers that we know of, evidence of animal and human sacrifices on site, yada yada go read wikipedia.

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