Label: Gritty Kid - GK22 • Format: 8x, File MP3, Mini-Album • Country: US • Genre: Electronic • Style: Power Electronics, Rhythmic Noise, Noise
Figure with Meat, €. “If I go into a butcher’s shop I always think it’s surprising that I wasn’t there instead of the animal” (Interviews with Francis Bacon, Davis Sylvester, p. 46). This picture was cut down from a larger canvas. Bacon was photographed by John Deakin seated between two sides of beef for Vogue in
· The use rate of seat belts in the United States was percent in , according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, a solid level, albeit one that still leaves open a significant gap—that means percent of people don’t wear seat belts, or million people. Airline seat belts aren’t made equal.
The use of seat belts in automobiles did not begin in earnest until the mid to late 's. Even then, seat belts were considered optional equipment. In , famous actor James Dean died in a spectacular two-vehicle crash in the Southern California desert, which he likely would have survived had he been wearing a seat belt. History was made.
· It’s hard to imagine a time before seatbelts. But on Sept. 25, , Wisconsin became the first state to require seatbelts in the front seats of cars in all models built in and after Seat belts had been around, if infrequently used, since the 19th century. Many street cars had lap belts in the s, but few people used them.
The History of Meat Preservation. By eier. Greeks and Romans Salt Cure In B.C., the Greeks and the Romans began to cure their meats with salt. The Romans orginially learned from the Greeks. The Romans also learned that the nitrate was the cause of the pinkish red tint to their meat.
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