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Pushing Peace & Clipping Corn

Needing a smile from the past? Look around, the signs are everywhere.

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Catching Z's

No one likes it when the tank is empty. A little midday shut-eye is the perfect pick-me-up for refueling.

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Remember the days playing with toy planes? They were always more fun to fly around the yard with a co-pilot.

Photo source: Photomyne user Carey Pearson

Blast from the past

Corn shelling craziness

It's crazy to think farmers used to shell corner kernels for their livestock by hand. If only they could have waited a few more decades until a machine did this work for them.

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On this day

Eyes on the prize

Recognition as a Nobel laureate is one of the finest honors of the greater scientific community. The inaugural Nobel Prize was awarded on this day in 1901. Jean Henri Dunant - the founder of the Red Cross movement - and Frederic Passy - founder of the Peace League - took home the first prizes for peace.

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