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How the Ford Mustang became a legend


On the morning of Wednesday, April 15, 1964, a 22-year-old schoolteacher named Gail Wise walked into a Ford dealership on Cicero Avenue in Chicago, unaware that she was about to make history. She wanted a convertible. The dealership was out, except for one. A salesman led her into a back room, where she saw a car under a tarp.

"And there it was," she remembers, sitting in her home in Park Ridge, Illinois. "I had never heard of the Mustang. It hadn't been launched yet." She bought the car and drove it out of the dealership that night.

Just Married Car Decal Kit - Bookshelf


A Man You Could Love
457 pages
A Man You Could Love

In December, a Polaroid arrived of the congressman-elect and Sarah on a bone- white beach in Mexico, a Just Married decal stuck on his forehead like a bumper sticker. Then Alexander Corbett resigned just before the end of his term to ...

Klondike Hero
224 pages
Klondike Hero

He noticed the Washington state plates, an expired UW parking permit decal in the window and the bad feeling in his gut turned into an ulcer. Not just another one of those marriage-crazy women who'd come to town, but this one had brought ...

A Christmas Carol, The Graphic Novel
157 pages
A Christmas Carol, The Graphic Novel

Ebenezer Scrooge is a selfish, miserable miser.

Glow in the Dark Advent Sticker Book
16 pages
Glow in the Dark Advent Sticker Book

Mary and Joseph were going to be married. Soon after Gabriel visited Mary, Joseph ... So Mary and Joseph set out on the long journey to Bethlehem. % Can you find out how far it was ... I just want to lie down and rest." "There are the lights of ...

Giant Sticker Activity First Words
120 pages
Giant Sticker Activity First Words

• Ideal for ages 3 and up. • Fun activities teach children new words and counting, sorting, writing and drawing skills. • Contains over 600 stickers.

Alien Nation: Going 'Nowhere' With Duangle | Rock, Paper, Shotgun

A mindbending, mesh-distending life sim set in some vast alien abyss, Nowhere is awesome in the way Spore once was before it mutated into an existential Happy Meal. No such danger with this game, though, the husband-and-wife team of Leonard and Sylvia Ritter [together known as Duangle] now deep into a project that’s content, much like its shape-shifting ‘Nowherians’, to evolve naturally. Quite how it manages to map Maslow’s hierarchy of needs onto a universe full of amoeba people is just one of countless irresistible unknowns.

It’s a weird ecosystem, though, this modern crowdfunding. Almost every aspect of Nowhere’s development is exposed to its potential players – not least its developers who have to adapt to the demand for public alpha builds; competitive promo art; and their unique brand of trippy, nervy video newsletters.

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