Articles in the History Category

Hope It Was Fun …
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Posted in History on 25 December 2019
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Have a Safe Memorial Day Holiday!
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Posted in History on 27 May 2019
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Hope your

The Good Old Days, Some Maybe Not so Good?
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Posted in History on 28 September 2018
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Too young to have ever seen this, I’ve seen wagons that opened with kid’s seats in the back but with a drop down gate/stairs – like, classy! Though with all that glass, hope you didn’t buy this in Arizona. On the other hand, I’m probably glad to have missed this … burger in a can […]

Decommissioned USS Racine Sunk by Missiles & Torpedos (YouTube)
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Posted in History on 20 September 2018
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Decommissioned USS Racine Sunk by Missiles & Torpedos. I’m hoping the guys shooting the footage from a helicopter knew missiles were coming in also …

Have a Fun & Safe Labor Day!
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Posted in History on 3 September 2018
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Have a Fun & Safe Labor Day …

Ride the Museum Mail Rail (UK)
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Posted in History on 23 May 2018
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To celebrate 350 years, the Rail Mail (UK) has been fixed & open to the public to ride! (Rail not 350 years old) Tickets HERE. There are several videos – no embed available.

The Real Child Safety Seat
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Posted in History on 14 May 2018
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Things were just a little bit back then … Fancy schmancy upper class …

5,000-Year Old Toy Found in Tomb
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Posted in History on 30 December 2017
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It looks vaguely familiar JUST KIDDING … this is what was actually found. You can read more HERE. The original Stanley Steamer.

Have a Fun & Safe Veteran’s Day
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Posted in History on 11 November 2016
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Because people are idiots If you have VR glasses, you can take a tour of the famed Bletchley Park in England. Journey into wartime cryptography with this immersive 360-degree VR experience. See how Alan Turing and his code-cracking colleagues broke the Enigma code. You can watch the movie IMITATION GAME about the breaking of the […]

The Way Back to Blockbuster Days
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Posted in History on 10 June 2016
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Kids today won’t understand how EVERYONE in America between the ages of 17 to 40 for 15 years would wander through the aisles of a store called Blockbuster on a Friday and Saturday night hoping against hope that there was a new movie still available better than EARNEST FINDS A MULE or WEEKEND AT BERNIE’S 4. […]