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“Takeru Kobayashi (born March 15, 1978) is a Japanese competitive eater. He held the world record for hot dog eating for nearly six years, and holds several other eating records, including four Guinness Records for hot dogs, meatballs, hamburgers, and pasta”. – Wikipedia

Photo: Takeru Kobayashi challeges 2011 Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating Competition contestants via satellite at 230 Fifth Avenue on July 4, 2011 in New York City. (Photo by Cindy Ord/Getty Images)
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05 Jul 2011 11:36:00
People wearing loin cloths pray after they bathe in ice-cold water outside the Teppozu Inari shrine in Tokyo, Japan, January 8, 2017. (Photo by Toru Hanai/Reuters)

People wearing loin cloths pray after they bathe in ice-cold water outside the Teppozu Inari shrine in Tokyo, Japan, January 8, 2017. (Photo by Toru Hanai/Reuters)
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09 Jan 2017 12:50:00
A general view of atmosphere during the NYC “Soul Train” Line Flash Mob: Hippest Trip in America in honor of Don Cornelius in Times Square

A general view of atmosphere during the NYC “Soul Train” Line Flash Mob: Hippest Trip in America in honor of Don Cornelius in Times Square on February 4, 2012 in New York City. Cornelius, the creator of “Soul Train”, died on February 1, 2012 at the age of 75. (Photo by Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images)
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05 Feb 2012 13:33:00


Kai Smythe aka Hairy Soul Man – I'm So Depressed
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08 Nov 2019 00:03:00
A man stands between thousands of paper lanterns, which were displayed and lit up the precincts of the shrine, where more than 2.4 million war-dead are enshrined, during the Mitama Festival at Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo, Japan July 13, 2016. “Mitama” is a respectful word that means “the soul of a dead person” in Japanese, and this “Soul Festival” honors just that. The Yasukuni Shrine is dedicated to the honoring of the souls of those who gave their lives to defend Japan, and this festival is an early step towards the Japanese holiday season of Obon, during which Japanese people honor their deceased ancestors. (Photo by Issei Kato/Reuters)

A man stands between thousands of paper lanterns, which were displayed and lit up the precincts of the shrine, where more than 2.4 million war-dead are enshrined, during the Mitama Festival at Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo, Japan July 13, 2016. “Mitama” is a respectful word that means “the soul of a dead person” in Japanese, and this “Soul Festival” honors just that. (Photo by Issei Kato/Reuters)
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14 Jul 2016 09:37:00
Soul sisters. (Noell S. Oszvald)

“Soul sisters”, 2012. (Photo by Noell S. Oszvald)

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21 Nov 2012 11:46:00
Killer Whales In McMurdo

Dr. Lisa Ballance (NOAA Fisheries Service) with a curious calf – this is a Type C killer whale, a fish-eater.
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06 Sep 2013 08:43:00
Two office workers wearing summer kimonos Yukata look at paper lanterns as they visit on the eve of Mitama Matsuri, a summer festival at Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo, Japan, 13 July 2015. About 300,000 people visit the shrine decorated with about 30,000 lanterns during the three-day summer festival aiming at comforting souls of dead, especially for the war dead. The festival is after Japan's Buddhist custom to honor and comfort souls of family's ancestors. (Photo by Kimimasa Mayama/EPA)

Two office workers wearing summer kimonos Yukata look at paper lanterns as they visit on the eve of Mitama Matsuri, a summer festival at Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo, Japan, 13 July 2015. About 300,000 people visit the shrine decorated with about 30,000 lanterns during the three-day summer festival aiming at comforting souls of dead, especially for the war dead. The festival is after Japan's Buddhist custom to honor and comfort souls of family's ancestors. (Photo by Kimimasa Mayama/EPA)
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14 Jul 2015 13:59:00