] Did you think I forgot about the most important day in the history of our country. Well, one of the most important days that is. The turning point of the world, the day that cemented in history fighting might of the American. Do not cross US.
While 42nd Street doesn’t exactly cut Manhattan in half, it was the proverbial divide of the city. Those in the north who were closer to the mainland were convinced that the government’s story was correct, there was nothing to fear, this was only a temporary glitch on the way towards a better world tomorrow. As you … Continued
Yes, what to do now? Panic had not ensued yet, though as the day wore on, people were loosing their patience. A storm was on the horizon for January 03, and people didn’t know if it was still coming, or if it had been blown out to sea. By 1pm, the Governor of New York … Continued
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Europe is full of old stuff. So many old things are so old that it’s not a surprise to people when records are misplaced, and memories lost to time. That just so happens to have been the case under the floor of St. Mary’s Church in London. While renovating the church in order to turn … Continued
On April 12, 1961 the Soviet Union made history by sending Yuri Gagarin into space. He was the world’s first astronaut, and he was the one who shot the United States in the arm and made us realize that we had a long way to go if we wanted to beat the commies at their … Continued
Turns out, World War I wasn’t really good for anything except messing up things. Anyway, last week marked the 100th anniversary of the deceleration of war on the Empire of Germany. The exact date was April 04, 1917. In real terms, there were lots of Americans in the war in one way or another, but … Continued
With just days to go before the new year, the world was on it’s toes. The City of New York was already on lockdown, Streets were closed, screens were being erected, and just as many people were leaving the city as were entering it. The festivities were reaching a fever pitch as celebrities were slowly … Continued
I may have posted about Naked Jakey before, or I may not have. I’m too bothered to look up my usual post history. I found him with his Halo Changed Everything video series. In the above, he goes over the under appreciated world of Video Game title screens. Seriously, how often do you pay attention … Continued
For over 150 years The New York Times has been the pre-emetitive news paper of the United States. Yes, in recent times it has started to lean more towards the left, but it still presents mostly all sides of a story. I won’t get into the politics of the paper, that’s not worth the effort. … Continued