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Girls, School, and Target: hexandbalances: Six high school sorority girls re-enact a secret initiation ritual by candlelight. By Nina Leen.

hexandbalances: Six high school sorority girls re-enact a secret initiation ritual by candlelight. By Nina Leen.

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Life, Zero, and Pumpkin: AW Before time, Greg and his Pumpkin celebrated the initiation of Spooktober (drawing brought to life with zero effort.)

Before time, Greg and his Pumpkin celebrated the initiation of Spooktober (drawing brought to life with zero effort.)

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Anime, Group Chat, and Spider: Every time someone gets added into our special group chat I do this to them as a symbol of initiation. Basically when Tony says to Spider-Man that he’s an avenger now.

Every time someone gets added into our special group chat I do this to them as a symbol of initiation. Basically when Tony says to Spider-Ma...

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Mickey Mouse, Mouse, and Brothers: This scene from the fleischer brothers short "bimbo's initiation" shows mickey mouse locking the pothole which bimbo fell in and walking away.

This scene from the fleischer brothers short "bimbo's initiation" shows mickey mouse locking the pothole which bimbo fell in and walking awa...

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New York, News, and Roger: The New Hork Eimes "All the News LATE CITY EDITION That's Fit to Print" Weather: Rain, warm today; clear tonight. Sunny, pleasant tomorrow. Temp. range: today 80-66; Sunday 71-66. Temp.-Hum. Index yesterday 69. Complete U.S. report on P. 50. VOL.CXVIII.No. 40,721 O 1960 The New York Times Company, NEW YORK, MONDAY, JULY 21, 1969 25% CENTS MEN WALK ON MOON ASTRONAUTS LAND ON PLAIN; COLLECT ROCKS, PLANT FLAG Voice From Moon: A Powdery Surface Is Closely Explored Eagle Has Landed' EAGLE (the lunar module): Houston, Tranquility Base here. The Eagle has landed. By JOHN NOBLE WILFORD HOUSTON: Roger, Tranquility, we copy you on the ground. You've got a bunch of guys about to turn blue. We're breathing again. Thanks a lot. HOUSTON, Monday, July 21-Men have landed and walked on the moon. Two Americans, astronauts of Apollo 11, steered their fragile four-legged lunar module safely and smoothly to the historic landing yesterday at 4:17:40 P.M., Eastern day light time. Neil A. Armstrong, the 38-year-old civilian commander, radioed to earth and the mission control room here: "Houston, Tranquility Base here. The Eagle has landed." The first men to reach the moon-Mr. Armstrong and his co-pilot, Col. Edwin E. Aldrin Jr. of the Air Force- brought their ship to rest on a level, rock-strewn plain near the southwestern shore of the arid Sea of Tranquility. About six and a half hours later, Mr. Armstrong opened the landing craft's hatch, stepped slowly down the ladder and declared as he planted the first human footprint on TRANQUILITY BASE: Thank you. HOUSTON: You're looking good here. TRANQUILITY BASE: A very smooth touchdown. HOUSTON: Eagle, you are stay for Tl. [The first step in the lunar operation.] Over. TRANQUILITY BASE: Roger. Stay for TI. HOUSTON: Roger and we see you venting the ox. TRANQUILITY BASE: Roger. COLUMBIA (the command and service module): How do you read me? HOUSTON: Columbia, he has landed Tranquility Base. Eagle is at Tranquility. I read you five by. Over. COLUMBIA: Yes, I heard the whole thing. HOUSTON: Well, it's a good show. COLUMBIA: Fantastic. the lunar crust: "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." His first step on the moon came at 10:56:20 P.M., as a television camera outside the craft transmitted his every moved to an awed and excited audience of hundreds of millions of people on earth. TRANQUILITY BASE: I'll second that. APOLLO CONTROL: The next major stay-no stay will be for the T2 event. That is at 21 minutes 26 sec- onds after initiation of power descent COLUMBIA: Up telemetry command reset to re- acquire on high gain. HOUSTON: Copy. Out. APOLLO CONTROL: We have an unofficial time for down of 102 hours, 45 minutes, 42 seconds Tentative Steps Test Soil Neil A. Armstrong moves away from the leg of the landing craft after taking the first step on the surface of the moon Mr. Armstrong's initial steps were tentative tests of the lunar soil's firmness and of his ability to move about easily in his bulky white spacesuit and backpacks and under he fnfluenco of lunar aravite wbch is one-sixth that of the A little piece of history 50 years later...

A little piece of history 50 years later...

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Dad, New York, and News: LATE CITYEDITION Weather: Rain, warm toly d tonight. Sy sleist tmar Temp. range today 20-6: 71-66. Temp-Ham dex yetmla 69. Complete U.S. report en P. Ehe New Hork Times "All the News That's Fit to Print" 10 CENTS VOL.CXVIII...No.40,721 NEW YORK, MONDAY, JULY 21, 1969 MEN WALK ON MOON ASTRONAUTS LAND ON PLAIN; COLLECT ROCKS, PLANT FLAG o 1969 The New York Times Company. A Powdery Surface Is Closely Explored Voice From Moon: 'Eagle Has Landed' By JOHN NOBLE WILFORD. Special to he New York Times EAGLE (the lunar module): Houston, Tranquility Base here. The Eagle has landed. HOUSTON, Monday, July 21-Men have landed and walked on the moon. HOUSTON: Roger, Tranquility, we copy you on the ground. You've got a bunch of guys about to turn blue. We're breathing again. Thanks a lot Two Americans, astronauts of Apollo 11. steered their fragile four-legged lunar module safely and smoothly to the historic landing yesterday at 4:17:40 P.M., Eastern day- light time. Neil A. Armstrong, the 38-year-old civilian commander, radioed to earth and the mission control room here: "Houston, Tranquility Base here. The Eagle has landed." The first men to reach the moon-Mr. Annstrong and his co-pilot, Col. Edwin E. Aldrin Jr. of the Air Force- brought their ship to rest on a level, rock-strewn plain near the southwestern score of the arid Sea of Tranquility About six and a half hours later, Mr. Armstrong opened the landing craft's hatch, stepped slowly down the ladder and declared as he planted the first human footprint on the lunar crust: TRANQUILITY BASE: Thank you. HOUSTON: You're looking good here. TRANQUILITY BASE: A very smooth touchdown. HOUSTON: Eagle, yoù are stay for T1. The first step in the lunar operation.] Over. TRANQUILITY BASE: Roger. Stay for T1. HOUSTON: Roger and we see you venting the ox TRANQUILITY BASE: Roger. COLUMBIA (the command and service module): How do you read me? HOUSTON: Columbia, he has landed Tranquility Base. Eagle is at Tranquility. I read you five by. Over. That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." His first step on the moon came at 10:5820 PM., as a television camera outside the craft transmitted his every move to an awed and excited audience of hundreds of millions of people on earth. COLUMBIA: Yes, I heard the whole thing. HOUSTON Well, it's a good show. COLUMBA Fantastic. TRANQUILITY BASE: Ill second that. APOLLO CONTROL: The next major y-no stay will be for the T2 event. That is at 21 nates 26 sec- ds after initiation of power desce Tentative Sleps Test Soil COLUMBLA; Up telemetry cmmand reset to re Neil A. Armstrong moves away from 'the leg of the lunding craft tter taking the first step on the surface of the moon on high guin zcquira Helping my dad clean out his house for a move and found this among some shelves

Helping my dad clean out his house for a move and found this among some shelves

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Books, Cute, and Dad: 58% 00:37 Friday 14:11 Hello and thank you for matching with Please choose from the following list of options: Option 1: Generic greeting Option 2: Dad joke Option 3: Cheesy pickup line If you have any further questions or inquiries, please press 0 to be contacted by member of our team. a Friday 14:47 Friday 15:25 You've pressed 0. Please provide a number to reach you at and an agent from our team will be in contact with possible. you as soon as Friday 16:10 Number currently not available. Is there another option? Friday 16:38 Of course. Let me redirect you to our text executive, who will be able to help you. Redirecting in 3.. 2. 1. How may I help Hello, miss you today? Hello, glad I got in contact with a person Trecently got matched I'm just not sure what to say to him. I see. It can appear to be a daunting task initially, but that's why I'm here to help. Might I suggest some relevant ice breakers? The chances of grabbing his attention will likely double if you initiate a conver- sation with music, spicy food, dad jokes and puns, TV shows or books Friday 17:38 Oh I see, can I try one out now? Let me know how it goes? Friday 18:19 Of course, please go ahead! Friday 18:49 Want to hear a joke about paper? Nevermind... Its tearable But if you want to take me out, promise it would be bearable. Friday 19:16 Hahahaha That's clever! Let's just pray it's not all downhill from here though hahaha. That being said, I hope you weren't too disappointed with the initiation service. Always open to feedback. Nooo hahaha it was very cute I'm going to France tomorrow so I don't think we will be able to meet Aah that's a bummer. When are you back though? Friday 20:10 Not soon I'm afraid. I'm traveling through London I'm from los angeles O All that effort for nothing...

All that effort for nothing...

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