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    1. circa1789 reblogged this from nickkahler
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      Why isn’t their skyscrapper to skyscrapper blimps in New York? Heated helium, mylar or some new nanomaterial.
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      Lost on this day in 1933.
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      I had a dream the other night about being in a city and this modern airship flew by. And I mean flew! Its gondola was...
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    USS Akron Over Lower Manhattan, NY, c. 1932