Possibly the most famous and most romanticized criminals in American history, Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow were two young Texans whose early s crime spree forever imprinted them upon the national consciousness. Their names have become synonymous with an image of Depression-era chic, a world where women chomped cigars and brandished automatic rifles, men robbed banks and drove away in squealing automobiles, and life was lived fast because it would be so short. Of course, myth is rarely close to reality. The myth promotes the idea of a romantic couple in stylish clothes who broke the bonds of convention and became a threat to the status quo, who didn't fear the police and lived a life of glamorous luxury outrunning them.
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The perceived difference between the top car brands and the challengers is shrinking. Toyota, Ford, Honda, and Chevrolet, which have been perennial leaders in the survey, maintained their top positions but have seen the points gap decrease. In fact, most of the top brands saw double-digit drops in their total scores. Smaller companies have benefited from this shift, illustrated by the small electric-car builder, Tesla, breaking into the top
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Apparently, we as a society are so wrapped up in the idea of how "gay" objects, clothing styles, and activities are that we can't even leave automobiles out of it! Thus, the guys at Car Talk , those true caterers of car conversation, have come up with these: lists of the top 10 gay and lesbian cars. Let's take a look, shall we? Car Talk took a completely non-scientific poll and queried their lesbian and gay listeners, and apparently some straight and bisexual people, too, asking for nominations of the best queer vehicles. Our lackeys have culled through thousands of nominations
On October 12, , cowboy-movie star Tom Mix is killed when he loses control of his speeding Cord Phaeton convertible and rolls into a dry wash now called the Tom Mix Wash near Florence, Arizona. He was 60 years old. In fact, Mix was born in Driftwood, Pennsylvania ; deserted the Army in ; and was a drum major in the Oklahoma Territorial Cavalry band when he went off to Hollywood in None of these inconvenient facts prevented Mix from becoming one of the greatest silent-film stars in history, however.