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    These 15 Extraordinary Photographs Are The Perfect Way To Remember History

    Take a picture, it'll last longer.

    Did you know there's a Twitter account that shares some of the most fascinating photos of famous people, places, and things, like this one of Snoop Dogg and Tupac?

    It’s called @historyinmoment and features extraordinary photographs like this one of Robin Williams with the Denver Broncos cheerleaders circa 1980.

    Robin Williams dressed like a cheerleader, 1980

    And this one of Biggie posing with the Twin Towers in the background.

    How about this pic of a teenaged Gwen Stefani asking Sting for an autograph? Kind of blew my mind TBH.

    14-year-old Gwen Stefani receiving an autograph from Sting in 1983.

    Then there's this one of Elvis helping Johnny Cash with his hair — are you serious?

    You guys, here's Bernie Sanders picking up trash at a public park in 1981.

    Burlington Mayor Bernie Sanders picks up trash on his own in a public park after being elected in 1981, his first electoral victory

    Now here's a blast from the Back to the Future past.

    And this image of Kurt Cobain getting a little too friendly with Colonel Sanders looks like it could've been snapped on a family vacation.

    Kurt Cobain with Colonel Sanders in Singapore, 1992.

    Here's one of a super-young Pamela Anderson.

    And how about this one of Pablo Escobar and his son in front of the White House?

    Notorious drug lord Pablo Escobar and his son in front of the White House. Washington, 1980's

    There's also this lovely photo of JFK and Jackie O on their wedding day.

    John F Kennedy and Jackie on their wedding day, 1953.

    And there's no such thing as too many James Dean photographs. Period.

    This shot of Brooke Shields in front of Washington Square Park is pretty cool, too.

    Brooke Shields in Washington Square Park, 1978.

    We leave you with this image of a McDonald's menu from the 1960s that shows that the more things change — the more they stay the same.

    Except for the prices, of course.

    A picture is worth a thousand words, indeed!