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The evolution of pop cans from 1950 to today.

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Here are what the cans for six brands of soda have looked like over the last 50 years.

Visit boldpost for some discussion and analysis of each…!

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The Photographer’s Gallery in the UK

©ourtesy of thephotographersgallery Butlins Collection Lounge Adjoining Indoor Heated Pool, Butlin’s Bognor Regis — Edmund NageleLounge Adjoining Indoor Heated Pool, Butlin’s Bognor Regis — Edmund Nagele

Butlins Collection

The Butlin’s Collection forms a glorious moment in the story of British photography. Butlin’s holiday camps first opened in 1936 and were conceived as a holiday centre for the great mass of working-class families, becoming a familiar part of British culture and folklore. In the late 1960s and early 1970s, the John Hinde Studio produced a series of postcards to be sold at Butlin’s camps throughout the British Isles; it was the job of three photographers, David Noble, Elmar Ludwig and Edmund Nägele to execute the photographs to Hinde’s rigorous formula and standards.

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Movie News & Updates from Entertainment Weekly

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This week in EW: COMIC-COOOOOON!!! Plus three additional bonus covers featuring Ender’s Game, the upcoming remake of Carrie, and BBC America’s Orphan Blackclick through to see them all.

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©ourtesy of stayoverthere reblogged slipperyhousekeyHorror films, Monster movies, art, nostalgia and nonsense….mostly photos and some text. Soo nto be 50 year old Monster Kid who grew up with Creature Feature, comic books, drunk farmers and big boobed girls, and I love them all.
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Blavatar Why I Hate Almost Everyone (Part 4): Bad Manners

OK, right off the bat I just want to say that I am not one of those pedantic, painstakingly persnickety people who pontificate on the proper placement of the oyster fork (to the right of, or – my personal preference - resting with the tines in the dinner spoon on the right side of the dinner plate) or how gracefully to get rid of an olive pit that is in your mouth (if you put the olive into your mouth with a spoon, then gently spit the pit back into the spoon and place the pit on your plate). … OK, right off the bat I just want to say that I am not one of those pedantic, painstakingly persnickety people who pontificate on the proper placement of the oyster fork (to the right of, or – my personal preference – resting with the tines in the dinner spoon on the right side of the dinner plate) or how gracefully to get rid of an olive pit that is in your mouth (if you put the olive into your mouth with a spoon, then gently spit the pit back into the spoon and place the pit on your plate). …  — continue Read

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