Five Secrets Revealed BY CONSTANCE ROSENBLUM In New York City, houses and apartment buildings typically conceal their private sides when you are introduced to them. But tap the walls or peer into the back of a closet, and who knows what you might find? A hidden staircase, a secret passageway, or walls that pivot could lead to unknown territory. Here are five homes in which all is not what it seems.
During the 1920s, the sale and making of alcohol was prohibited by law. Of course that didn't stop anyone, and speakeasies were underground places where thugs would sell their illegally made alcohol. Those people were bootleggers, and that was how Gatsby made his money.
The website calls this “Not only one of the world’s best bourbons, Lusty Claw is one of the World’s best whiskey’s”. What it should say is “We know the stuff in the bottle is terrible so we spent all of our money on a really cool bottle.”
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FREE VECTOR HAZARD & WARNING SIGNS. After putting up the previous post with Vector Road Signs I decided to also make some vector hazard and warning signs. The hazard ones include caution, slippery, toxic, flammable, high voltage, biohazard etc. The a warning, prohibition signs include no photography, no smoking, no phones, no drinks, no entrance etc. These vectors can be used for your personal or commercial projects. The Danger and Caution signs have room for you to put whatever text you…