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Marti Melville
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The Deja vu Chronicles, Midnight Omen Deja vu, Silver Moon Deja vu, Onyx Rising Deja vu, Cutthroats Omen: A Crimson Dawn, Midnight Deja vu, Entertainment, Writers, Screenwriters, Screenplay, Writing Services, Editing, Ghostwriting, Ghostwriter, Media
The Deja vu Chronicles, Midnight Omen Deja vu, Silver Moon Deja vu, Onyx Rising Deja vu, Cutthroats Omen: A Crimson Dawn, Midnight Deja vu, Entertainment, Writers, Screenwriters, Screenplay, Writing Services, Editing, Ghostwriting, Ghostwriter, Media

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Remember this guy?
Bob Dylan. Photograph by Elliott Landy.
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WOW! 26-inch thick armor from Japanese Yamato class battleship, pierced by a US Navy 16-inch gun. The armor is on display at the US Navy Museum.
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Hattie McDaniel, the actress, singer/songwriter and comedian who was the first African-American performer to win an Academy Award for supporting actress as Mammy in 1939's "Gone With the Wind," was born on this date in 1895. McDaniel, who also was the first African-American woman to sing on the radio, died in 1952 of breast cancer. Photo from the L.A. Times files.

❤️ Love her!
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Two American soldiers from the U.S. Corps of Engineers with a little girl and a puppy in Normandy, France, 1944.
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What a great photo!
John Lennon attempting to retrieve his guitar pick, India, 1968.
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Breathtaking!
Casa Batlló, Barcelona, Spain 🇪🇸
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"When a man hits a target they call him a marksman. When I hit a target, they call it a trick. Never did like that much." – Annie Oakley

(I wouldn't like it either)
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This one hits the heart! God bless. A wounded World War II veteran with his son after returning home from the war.
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It's late here and my hubby has already gone to bed. I can't turn off my brain - rehearsing some changes that came my way today. Life is interesting, isn't it?

Anyway, I flipped through my blog, thinking I'd add to it, when this one suddenly popped up. History has a way of repeating itself, doesn't it? It did for me today.

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"2800 Year Old Kiss." Discovered in 1972 in the Solduz Valley, the pair are estimated to have died around 800 B.C. There's a story here...
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