Blood Rights
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Marilyn Monroe pose with two of her fangs out for the first time sense become a vampire in the 1960 after becoming vampire after a car accident left her in a coma. The picture would be publicized in the media as highly criticized to the point where the actress would have to testify before Congress over the issue. Where she would state the famous saying “I’m dead get over it.”. The phase itself would be adopted by vampires all over the world and even used for other supernaturals such the saying “I’m a werewolf get over it.”
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The Newest poster for the on going tv show Buffy The Vampire following the on going tells of the vampire Buffy as she tries to navigate modern life and saving the world in her spare time.
“You know being a teenager forever is pretty cool, but it’s also sucks because your a teenager forever.”
-season one episode one
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Republic of Japan (south) biker take a break from partying sometimes during the mid 1980’s south Japanese gang wars.
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an rayband advisement targeting vampires (1989-1993)
“Who cares if you never see the sun, you will still will be shinning bright at night with rayband.”​
 
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The Kalten Krieg

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Ex Generalfeldmarschall August von Mackensen pictured along with several SS Officers and Generals during the funeral of Adolf Hitler, who died on May 5 due to Parkinson's Disease, that has been plaguing his body for years. He was found dead in the Führerbunker by his personal assistant, who came to visit him that morning. Mackensen would die a week later due to old age. He currently holds the world record for being the oldest person to ever live, dying at age 113. His life spanned the times of the North German Confederation, German Empire, Weimar Republic and Nazi Germany.

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The Government runned newspaper in England, Daily Express, was the first to break the news of Hitler's death and the temporary installment of Admiral Dönitz as the new Führer. He famously said the quote "Germany will fight on" as a promise to appoint someone to replace Hitler. Dönitz would continue to rule as the Führer until former Reichsminister of Germany Martin Heussman was chosen to succeed the former.


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Martin Heussman during his first live speech broadcast as the new Führer. He was the former Reichsminister of Germany and a loyal associate of Hitler.
 
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Teddy Roosevelt and the Dinosaurs

We all know of Theodore Roosevelt. He was the 26th President of the United States, the 25th Vice President, the 33rd Governor of New York, as well as an author, conservationist, explorer, historian, naturalist,police commissioner, politician, soldier, sportsman and a few other things. However, one of those things left out of history books is that he also hunted and tamed dinosaurs. Here's a few examples now.

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Theodore Roosevelt riding a Velociraptor, the first dinosaur he was ever able to tame. Photo taken between the late 1890s and early 1900s.

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A painting of Theodore Roosevelt about to take on three Tyrannosaur Rex's. With a few luck shots from his gun, Roosevelt was able to shoot two of them in the heart through their soft underbellies, killing them. Roosevelt was able to restrain the third one and eventually tamed it to ride on.

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Theodore Roosevelt riding on a baby Brontosaurs/Apatasourous. Teddy would figure out that taming dinosaurs as babies would be much easier than trying to tame a fully grown one.

I know! I know! This post is very ASB. Just pretend that dinosaurs somehow survived for 65 million or so years or than we somehow had the technology to clone them back to life in the late 1800s/early 1900s. I had originally planned on uploading two more images, but the website wouldn't allow them because the files are apparently "too large".
I wanted to add three more images about Theodore Roosevelt and the Dinosaurs, but apparently, those photos are "too large" and even after cropping them, this website still wouldn't allow me to add them. :(

I can't crop them anymore, or else too much of the image will be cut out. Is there any way to shrink the images down to size so they can fit without cropping them?
 
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The Kalten Krieg

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Ex Generalfeldmarschall August von Mackensen pictured along with several SS Officers and Generals during the funeral of Adolf Hitler, who died on May 5 due to Parkinson's Disease, that has been plaguing his body for years. He was found dead in the Führerbunker by his personal assistant, who came to visit him that morning. Mackensen would die a week later due to old age. He currently holds the world record for being the oldest person to ever live, dying at age 113. His life spanned the times of the North German Confederation, German Empire, Weimar Republic and Nazi Germany.

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The Government runned newspaper in England, Daily Express, was the first to break the news of Hitler's death and the temporary installment of Admiral Dönitz as the new Führer. He famously said the quote "Germany will fight on" as a promise to appoint someone to replace Hitler. Dönitz would continue to rule as the Führer until former Reichsminister of Germany Martin Heussman was chosen to succeed the former.

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Martin Heussman during his first live speech broadcast.

I have no idea when this broadcast happened ITTL but I imagine it looked more like this:
 
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A demo VHS tape for the movie company Netflix. It was founded in 1997 as a video and DVD rental service through the mail. The company was eventually bought by Blockbuster in the mid 2000s and was disbanded. Blockbuster now exists today as a streaming service as Blockbuster Online and as a DVD and Blu-Ray mail order rental service.
 
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A demo VHS tape for the movie company Netflix. It was founded in 1997 as a video and DVD rental service through the mail. The company was eventually bought by Blockbuster in the mid 2000s and was disbanded. Blockbuster now exists today as a streaming service as Blockbuster Online and as a DVD and Blu-Ray mail order rental service.
Does Blockbuster also buy out Redbox when they come out?
 
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one of the most dangerous prisoners of all time John Wayne Gacy being interviewed about his crimes, giving his opinions about the columbine massacre, and also about his most recent crime he had committed against a cellmate, trying to simply rape him, the reason : because he was too new to be in the same cell in which the individual was.
 
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A poster for the 2000 animated film Kingdom of the Sun. It was released in December 2000 as Walt Disney Animated Feature's 40th film (the film was originally suppose to be release in Summer 2000, but was pushed back half a year due to production troubles).

The film is about a greedy, and selfish emperor (voiced by David Spade) who finds a peasant (voiced by Owen Wilson) who looks just like him; the emperor swaps places with the peasant to escape his boring life and have fun (similar to the novel The Prince and the Pauper. by Mark Twain) However, the villainous witch Yzma (voiced by Eartha Kitt) has plans to summon Supay (the evil god of death), and destroy the sun so that she may become young and beautiful forever (the sun gives her wrinkles, so she surmises that living in a world of darkness would prevent her from aging). Discovering the switch between the prince and the peasant, Yzma turns the real emperor into a llama and threatens to reveal the pauper's identity unless he obeys her. During his time as the emperor acts as a puppet to Yzma, the pauper falls in love with the emperor's soon to be fiancé Nina who thinks he is the emperor that has changed his ways. Meanwhile, the emperor-llama learns humility in his new form and even comes to love a female llama-herder named Mata (voiced by Laura Prepon). Together, the girl and the llama set out to undo the witch's plans.

The soundtrack to the film was done by the rock band Sting.

When the film was release, it gained a mixed reputation from critics and audiences. They praised the animation, soundtrack and vocal performances, but felt the fims wasn't as good as the other Disney movies released through the 1990s. The movie also under-preformed at the box office, barley making a profit. However, the film would have very good video and DVD sales and would become a hit when it began airing on cable (Starz, Disney Channel, ABC and Toon Disney).
 
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Beatles John Lennon and Paul McCartney signing autographs just after a gig at Madison Square Garden, during their infamous “Starting Over” Tour of 1980-1981.
 
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Why was tour infamous?
Well I'm gonna go into it more on the Ninth Revolution thread but this is based on a thread I saw earlier about somehow getting Paul and George to have a stable writing partnership and friendship, which leads to George getting more songs on Get Back or Let It Be or whichever one they called it. Anyways, John still quitted in 1969 but they continued on without him, always leaving a door open for him. Basically he'll be the Neil Young to their Crosby, Stills, & Nash. It's infamous because this was his first tour as an official member of the band again and the first tour of the original four since 1966. So it's kind of their comeback tour.

Here's the thread
 
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