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Haunting Tintypes Of Modern Celebrities

First developed in 1856, the tintype photographic process became widely popular in the 1860s and 1870s. Tintypes were quick, easy, and cheap to process compared to other methods of the day. Although often low quality, the instant nature of tintypes made them popular at public events like fairs and beaches. Disappearing by the 1920s, the process has found new interest among hobbyists...
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February 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Maggie Gyllenhaal Is All "Die-Hard Pittsburgh Sports Fan"

Thanks to my mom (!) for spotting this. She was watching tv when a trailer for Won't Back Down came on. The Maggie Gyllaenaekfkafafds-Viola Davis-Holly Hunter vehicle is about how Pittsburgh schools suck and non-Viola Davis teachers are evil trolls who lock kids in closets while simultaneously illiterate-ing them. And then a bartender mom and the good teacher go all Braveheart...
September 05, 2012  |  Discuss
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