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    I have this on a t-shirt...sort of.

    The only difference between saints and sinners is that every saint has a past while every sinner has a future.

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    ^ Wow, good find!

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    “The Asmat tribe from Central Irian Jaya. One of two remaining tribes in Indonesia still practising cannibalism. Members of the tribe don traditional dress in preparation for a ceremonial dance to honour the Gods.”
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    At first glance, Agan Harahap’s Superheroes appears to be a tongue-in-cheek look at world history: Superman with Allied troops at the Normandy D-Day Landings; Batman inspecting paratroopers just before they board their airplanes to participate in the first assault in the invasion of the European continent; Darth Vader at the Meeting of Yalta with Churchill, Roosevelt and Stalin. By inserting popular culture icons into photographs of historic world events, Indonesian photographer, Agan Harahap, forces us to rethink history and the way we remember the past. Conflating historical events with fictional characters that have become so much a part of our popular imagination onto the photographic plane, his pictures have cleverly tricked us momentarily into believing that these characters exist and were present to witness these events.These photos were produced by Agan Harahap, a wildlife photographer from Indonesia. No doubt, he’s a fan of superheroes. After the break, check out the unique black-and-white pictures.


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    Diko Risanto, Indonesia, Shortlist, Portraits Youth Award, 2013 Sony World Photography Awards



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    On April 5, 1951, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were sentenced to the electric chair for committing espionage for the Soviet Union.

    For the next 14 months, a flurry of appeals, pleas, and protests was hatched to try to save the lives of the husband and wife convicted spies, ages 32 and 35, both natives of the Lower East Side.

    In March 1952, their lawyers filed an appeal in Federal court, claiming the conduct of the sentencing judge, Irving R. Kaufman, denied them a fair trial.

    That appeal was denied, as was an appeal to the Supreme Court claiming the death penalty was cruel and unusual punishment.

    Rosebergs daily news headline “Doomed couple in Sing Sing for 18 months take news calmly,” a headline read in October 1952.

    A stay of execution pushed back their scheduled March 9 date with death. Meanwhile, a clemency plea to the president was dismissed in February 1953.

    Eisenhower replied that “their betrayal of United States atomic secrets to Russia could bring to death ‘many, many thousands of innocent citizens,'” wrote The New York Times in May 1953.


    In May, the Supreme Court ordered the stay vacated. Electrocution was set for the week of June 15.

    Religious leaders around the world cabled President Eisenhower and asked for clemency for the couple. Protesters marched in Boston, Los Angeles, and outside the White House.

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    Please remember people, that no matter who you are, and what you do to live, thrive and survive, there are still some things that make us all the same. You, me, them, everybody, everybody.

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    The last prisoners leaving Alcatraz, 1963


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    To demonstrate the superiority of the Red Army, 57.000 German prisoners of war are herded through downtown Moscow, July 1944


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