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|The dice have been part of the squadron's [90th Fighter Squadron] heritage since World War I. However, the pair of dice was officially adopted on February 24, 1924. Captain William G. Schauffler created the dice emblem while at Ourches, France. The squadron could not pick an emblem until then because it had to see at least three months of combat. Whatever the dice came up, they always equaled s...||06/12/2007||637|
|Looks sort of like a domino or dice. Located at Adams Field, Arkansas. Approx. 45 by 35 feet.||03/01/2006||448|
|This is a pair of f16 fighters on the apron at area 51||10/25/2005||1,144|
|Markings painted in the yard of a Japanese bus depot look like a pair of spectacles||06/26/2009||259|
|Presumably a lake near Manchester which has the distinct appearance of a very large pair of undertrolleys.||11/12/2005||516|
|A pair of cracks that look like a forward and backward "L" near where California, Oregon, and Nevada meet up.||06/09/2009||1,773|
|Bob's Java Jive is Tacoma's world famous giant coffee pot. Built in 1927, it has been a speakeasy and home to a pair of chimpanzees. It currently is a restaurant and night club with extremely kitschy decor.||08/09/2005||399|
|This is the oldest surviving giant obelisk. It was erected in 1942 B.C. at the entrance of a sun god temple in Heliopolis by Sesostris I of the Twelfth Dynasty to mark the 30th year of his reign. Once part of a pair, its companion is thought to have toppled sometime in the 12th century A.D.||11/28/2005||532|
|The World’s Largest Record Player, built by Technics to celebrate their 1 billionth pair of 1200s sold, this giant player is fully-functional; it plays 6,000 inch vinyl at a speed of 0.01 RPM.||04/30/2006||796|
| Mount Hasan (3268 m - 10722 ft West Peak ; 3040 m - 9974 ft East Peak) is an attractive double-peaked stratovolcano in southern Cappadocia, actually consisting of a pair of lava domes extruded above the collapsed caldera of an earlier volcano.||10/02/2005||734|
|Another single turret with a pair of 305/50mm guns. These two came from the battleship Jamie I, but from the stern turret, and were also installed in 1941. They could fire armor piercing, semi-armor piercing and grapeshot shells, weighing 385.55 kg, with a charge of 127.70kg and maximum range of 22,000m.||11/13/2008||597|
|Just outside Chatham Illinois!!!!|
Legend Has it, Back in the 1800's. When women had a child without being married, they had to come to this bridge and drown their children.
If you drive on the bridge, Stop in the middle of it. Shut off your engine and all the lights, so it is completely dark. Roll down your window and yell, Cry Baby, as loud and as mean as you can....