Alabama couple Robert and Janice Morris made a hefty profit recently when they sold a clay jug they bought for $12 44-years ago from a junk store, for $100,000.
Gail Andrews, the museum director, told The Daily Home that John Lehman “is considered the most important historic potter in Alabama.” She added, “When this one came forward, we really couldn’t believe it…The artist is so important, and it’s a rare piece, and of course, Mr. Morris’ story of buying it 40-plus years ago in a junk store was just great. We love that it had survived all those years on the floor of his family room.”
Britain’s surveillance agency, with help from the NSA, intercepted and stored the webcam images of millions of internet users not suspected of wrongdoing, secret documents reveal, The Guardian.
Yahoo denied any prior knowledge of the program, accusing the agencies of “a whole new level of violation of our users’ privacy.”
A whole new level of violation of … privacy.
Estatuas en Central Park on Flickr.
Statues At Central Park
Explorando / Exploring on Flickr.
Explorando / Exploring
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