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Shoulder Shut-eye & Fearless Flyers

While you're in the pilot's seat for what's ahead, those cushy memories will always be your first officer.

Trivia time

Injected into infamy

After winning the Nobel Prize for Medicine in 1923 (the youngest ever in the field), Canadian physician Frederick Banting shared his winnings with his partner Charles Best. Together, they discovered this hormone and its therapeutic uses in treating this disorder (inflicting 425 million people worldwide according to WHO).

Photo source: Wikimedia Commons

From our Instagram

Somebody to lean on

Comfort is far from a guarantee on a bus ride. Fortunately, the right shoulder can instantly turn into the perfect pillow.

Photo source: Library of Congress

B&W colorization

Sticks and smiles

In the eyes of the innocent, any item can become the source of raw happiness.

Photo source: Flickr

The way we were

Reach for the ceu (sky)

How cool can one truly be before jumping out of a plane and parachuting over Rio de Janeiro?

Photo source: National Archives of Brazil


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