AV Mediopadana train station in Reggio Emilia, Italy (by Davide U; via National Geographic)

AV Mediopadana train station in Reggio Emilia, Italy (by Davide U; via National Geographic)

April 1956. “Bill Haley and the Comets and Laverne Baker performing at the Sports Arena in Hershey, Pennsylvania.” (by Ed Feingersh for the Look magazine article “The Great Rock ‘n’ Roll Controversy”; via Shorpy)

April 1956. “Bill Haley and the Comets and Laverne Baker performing at the Sports Arena in Hershey, Pennsylvania.” (by Ed Feingersh for the Look magazine article “The Great Rock ‘n’ Roll Controversy”; via Shorpy)

July 1940. “Migratory agricultural worker from Florida waiting to leave Belcross, N.C., to another job at Onley, Va. It is Sunday and she is wearing her best clothes.” (by Jack Delano for the Farm Security Administration; via Shorpy)

July 1940. “Migratory agricultural worker from Florida waiting to leave Belcross, N.C., to another job at Onley, Va. It is Sunday and she is wearing her best clothes.” (by Jack Delano for the Farm Security Administration; via Shorpy)

A F-22 Raptor performs a high-speed pass during the Arctic Thunder Open House on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, July 26, 2014.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt Joel Cooke)

A F-22 Raptor performs a high-speed pass during the Arctic Thunder Open House on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, July 26, 2014. 
(U.S. Air Force photo by Capt Joel Cooke)

Fox cubs and a slide

Nemophila or baby blue eyes (by Megu; via Colossal)

Nemophila or baby blue eyes (by Megu; via Colossal)

Hong Kong (by Simon Kwan; via National Geographic)

Hong Kong (by Simon Kwan; via National Geographic)

Weird Al Yankovic — Word Crimes

For everyone who despairs over to, two, and too.

After liftoff from the Moon, the lunar module approaches the Command and Service Modules for docking, with earthrise in background. (by NASA; via In Focus)

After liftoff from the Moon, the lunar module approaches the Command and Service Modules for docking, with earthrise in background. (by NASA; via In Focus)

Launch of Apollo 11, on July 16, 1969. Fully fueled for liftoff, the Saturn V weighed 2.8 million kilograms (6.2 million pounds) — and generated 34.5 million newtons (7.6 million pounds) of thrust at launch. (by NASA; via In Focus)

Launch of Apollo 11, on July 16, 1969. Fully fueled for liftoff, the Saturn V weighed 2.8 million kilograms (6.2 million pounds) — and generated 34.5 million newtons (7.6 million pounds) of thrust at launch. (by NASA; via In Focus)

Moon Eclipses Saturn (by Carlos Di Nallo; via APOD)

Moon Eclipses Saturn (by Carlos Di Nallo; via APOD)

(Source: cbo.gov)

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