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Rock and roll soldier: The guitarist kicked out of Nirvana AND Soundgarden who went on to be a war hero in elite Special Forces Dismissed by Kurt Cobain as a ‘moody metalhead’, and fired from Soundgarden because it ‘wasn’t working out’, Jason Everman never became a rockstar – instead, he became a war hero.
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Dismissed by Kurt Cobain as a 'moody metalhead', and fired from Soundgarden because it 'wasn't working out', Jason Everman never became a rockstar – instead, he became a war hero.
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- Dana Hill of National Lampoon European Vacation died at 31 of diabetic coma and stroke.
- While the mothers are working in the fields, the preschool children of migrant families are cared for in the nursery school under trained teachers, Kern migrant camp, California, 1936 – Dorothea Lange by luella
- New York, New York 1939. Albert Einstein with his daughter on his lap at the opening of the Jewish Pavillion at the World’s Fair in Flushing Meadows in Queens.
- Balboa Beach, CA 1947
- Mary Hughes and Kathy Kessler “Muscle Beach Party (1964) – 1960s summer style
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