The times they are a changin’ (25 Photos)

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  • Marc


    • zman

      You must have Popeye forearms from jerking it so much, douchebag.

      • Zee

        oh snap!

      • Aaron

        Doubt it. I bet his mom's are bigger.

      • Marc

        In fact…I eat a lot of spinachs to get big forearms

    • Picard_

      haha learn to learn, Popeye's forarms were big because he was a sailor, the spinach was only to give him +5 Strength. Sheesh.

    • jop

      somehow i hate this comunity more and more, not because of the "firstposts" but because of the f*cking flamer comments after them!!!

      • Dan

        somehow i hate this comment more and more, not because of the "whining and bitching" but because of the retarded sense of mature superiority!!!

  • Zee

    No WAY!!

  • Beth Vogel

    I LOVE these!!

  • the voice

    #11 find her…i dare you!

    • Johhny Sideways

      i know her, she's not that hot…

  • Wolfram

    I like #21 the most, catching the train there.

    • Picard_

      Yay Toronto!

  • ashleyging

    This is good stuff :)

    • Malachi Constant

      What's #16, Berlin? Nice work artist-

      • Phil

        I think its Chicago

      • noneyourbiz

        San Francisco. Market St after 1906 quake/fire

  • Yeahbeer

    These pics are sad and awesome at the same time.


    21 uni ave Tranna?

    • davey

      yep, i instantly saw it too

  • mattythegooch

    #22- where's Forrest Gump…………

  • NotaTrap

    #4…remember the good ol' days when you could pedal your bike through water?

    • yoselahonda

      They just don't make 'em like they used to.

  • ClamSlayer

    These are simply amazing.

  • paulhitchcock

    These are extremely cool.

  • g unit

    #15 Wisconsin-Green Bay – Go Phoenix!

  • Billie Page

    some of these are super erie

  • top dog

    #22 haven't really changed all that much, except for the WW11 memorial, It's an exciting place. The old picture look like it was taken from the steps of the Lincoln memorial, and the new picture look like it was taken from this side of the WW11 memorial, very cool stuff.

    • biscuit

      Yeah, the World War Eleven memorial is pretty awesome. =p

      • top dog

        What are you, three? That is two ones son. Seeing as how computers don't have a symbol for the Roman Numeral 2 , that is how you do it. ask your dad or grand paw. And stop eating dry biscuits.

        • Growl

          Umm, it's called the letter I. WWII. It ain't that hard, son!

          • top dog

            Very good, you have a brain, do you want a cookie? I'am just messing with you man. And actually it's called "Roman Numerals", not letters, don't confuse the two.

  • Dan

    very cool. source?

  • Maroun

    Anybody knows where this picture was taken?

    • pjsupremex

      i am under the assumption that this is the Great Chicago Fire of 1871. From the looks of it , this is either wabash or washington street. i could be wrong though because i do not see the L which is very close to there (and i do not know of any cobblestone sidewalks near Michigan Ave, which this area is). def Chi-town though

    • Erick

      I would thing it was San Francisco, after the great earthquake.

      • Bloop

        Market Street, San Francisco after the earthquake

    • stream723

      Definitely Market St in San Francisco. Looking down Market from Van Ness I believe. I've worked in one of those buildings

    • hermoine renolds

      frony of my house mate

  • Zeke

    can any one find city/state or country for any of these? would love to know where they were.

  • Ben

    Chive this could be one of the coolest posts ever

  • ern23

    Pretty neat stuff. There was a post like this done on TheBrigade not too long ago. I've looked for a link, but maybe John can show the way.

    • ern23

      Sergey Larenkov did it, can't find the post though.

  • Bob

    I love these, because it's almost like they are shopped, but they're not. And even if they are, they look awesome.

  • Willie

    #1 William Paca House In Annapolis……Used to live across the street

  • Mursan


  • David Miller

    It's like walking through history, very cool.

  • o'brian

    this is really cool

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