The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity. –Amelia Earhart Life isn’t about getting and having, it’s about giving and being. –Kevin Kruse Eighty percent of success is showing up. –Woody Allen Winning isn’t everything, but wanting to win is. Show More Summary
Here’s Amelia Rose Earhart, namesake of the famous aviator and former traffic reporter in Denver, Colorado. If there’s a fender-bender slowing traffic, Amelia’s there to tell you about it… … that is, if her co-pilot would stop circling over the five-dog butt sniffing pileup at the dog park. Via Reddit.Filed under: Uncategorized Tagged: Pups
The last living crew member of the aircraft carrier that led the original hunt for Amelia Earhart died last month in California at the age of 99, only a few days shy of the 78th anniversary of the doomed search. The USS Lexington, on which Walter Kastner did administrative and...
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Harriet Tubman, Amelia Earhart, Eleanor Roosevelt… Air Force Amy? The famous Bunny Ranch prostitute is making a case for her image to appear on the new $10 bill. Amy, who works at the famous brothel in Carson City, Nevada, says she is everything that the Treasury Department is looking for. “The Treasury Department has said […]
It's one of the great mysteries of our history, right up there with what happened to Amelia Earhart and what the hell is that on Donald Trump's head? Ever since queen Regina...
The U.S. Treasury will finally put a female face on its money again. Judy Garland, Victoria Woodhull, Amelia Earhart, Rosa Parks, Beyoncé, Edith Bolling Wilson, Rachel Carson, Katharine Drexel, Jane Addams, Eleanor Roosevelt, Melinda Gates, Oprah and Caitlyn Jenner make our list.
Spare a thought for Team Vapourware. Their line-up took quite a beating last night. The pity party is held, of course, in the saloon bar of the Marie Celeste. Amelia Earhart, the CEO, leans her head against the bar and grimaces. "What's left?" she asks the CFO (Bigfoot). Show More Summary
This newly-discovered film footage of Amelia Earhart from 1937 was released in conjunction with an e-book titled "Amelia Earhart's Last Photo Shoot." Written by Nicole Swinford, the book is about Albert Bresnik's photographs of Earhart...Show More Summary
Long lost footage has been found of Amelia Earhart at Burbank's Bob Hope Airport in 1937, shortly before her mysterious mid-flight disappearance. [ more › ]
Newfound footage of aviator Amelia Earhart shows the doomed pioneer smiling and posing for a portrait session alongside her Electra 10E airplane in Burbank, California in May 1937. The film was most likely recorded by John Bresnik, the brother of Earhart’s personal photographer. After Bresnik passed away, his son viewed the film and gave it […]
To coincide with Amelia Earhart's Last Photo Shoot, an e-book about Earhart's photoshoot with Albert Bresnik, video of the pilot prepping for her ill-fated flight around the world, during which she vanished over the pacific ocean, has been released.
Newly released film footage shows Amelia Earhart hanging out on top of an airplane, walking around a tarmac, and basically just being Amelia Earhart. The footage had been lost since 1937, the year it was taken, and is now being released along with an e-book called Amelia Earhart's Last Photo Shoot. Show More Summary
In 1937, Amelia Earhart made two attempts to fly around the world — on the second of which she famously vanished over the Pacific Ocean. Now, footage (below) that is believed to have been never-before-seen was unearthed and it shows the famous pilot before she took flight! The newly discovered film — recorded at an airfield in [...]
This newly-discovered film footage of Amelia Earhart from 1937 was released in conjunction with an e-book titled "Amelia Earhart's Last Photo Shoot." Read the rest
On a clear spring day in 1937, Amelia Earhart invited her personal photographer, Al Bresnik, to the Southern California airport where she and and her navigator, Fred Noonan, were preparing for their attempt to circumnavigate the globe. Show More Summary
As researchers comb the Pacific island where she may have spent her final days, new footage of Amelia Earhart has emerged after 80 years in hiding. The new footage was shot the same year she departed for her fateful flight, but whether...Show More Summary
New black-and-white footage of Amelia Earhart shot shortly before her plane went missing over the Pacific, which sat unwatched on an office shelf for decades, has been released for the first time this month. YouTube link (via Mashable) The Presurfer