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Louisiana Gov. Huey P. Long marching with LSU's Golden Band From Tigerland - this is awesome! :)


“The white heron” Castle, Himeji Castle, Hyogo, Japan. The castle is regarded as the finest surviving example of prototypical Japanese castle architecture, comprising a network of 83 buildings with advanced defensive systems from the feudal period. by cchambaz


American Psycho (2000). As much a comedy as it is horror, and all the better for it, Mary Harron's take on Bret Easton Ellis' skewering of 1980s stock exchange culture sharpened the sweaty status anxiety while dialing down the visceral fascination with women's insides.

from eBaum's World

A Trip Down Memory Lane...

Ducktales, for some reason this image disappeared from my album More


Leros Island, Greece. Go to or just click on photo for home videos and much more on sites like this.


Huey Long was going to run against Roosevelt in 1936, he was assassinated. Charles Lindbergh was going to run against Roosevelt in 1940. His baby was murdered, and he was dragged through the most tawdry show trial in history...


Until the Huey P. Long bridge opened in 1935, trains crossed the Mississippi River at New Orleans on boats or barges.  Above, a passenger train, makes their way across the river; between 1910 & 1920


Louisiana State Capitol in Baton Rouge was completed in 1932 and is viewed as a monument to Huey Long, the governor who was immortalized in Robert Penn Warren's book "All the King's Men." At 450 feet tall and 34 stories, it is the tallest state capitol building in the United States. It was designed by Weiss, Dreyfous, and Seiferth.

Huey Long

Insane Asylums Mental Hospitals | Huey Long's reforms, patients at the Central Hospital for the Insane ...