Discussion in 'Past & Historical Events' started by Toroid, Feb 9, 2019.
The history of planned obsolescence.
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I've read the story behind the building of this staircase and have watched a couple documentaries, it's quite amazing...
Mount Rushmore - Wikipedia
Very cool, thanks. I had no idea.
If we're not going to use it for a hall of records that would be the perfect place for a superweapon. Something nobody else has - maybe an atomic ray which projects pure unadulterated American-ness. We fire that thing off at say, China, and they all get fat, lazy, Woke and entitled.
The Story of the Lost Army of Cambyses — Jay Penner Books | Ancient Historical Fiction Novels
CuriosityStream is a streaming platform dedicated to documentaries covering a good number of categories. You may already have access to it via your cable or internet package. Alternatively, one may subscribe to it directly. I had known about it for a while, but only recently began watching it. So far, I have found very good WWI content.
Ended up watching all the episodes of the Ancient top ten series. Its amazing what they did back than with what they had.
I've been watching Secrets of Great British Castles on Netflix. The other day I saw the episode about Dover castle and it was really interesting. There's a partially standing lighthouse built by the Romans 2,000 years ago on the site.
Caynton Caves - Wikipedia
Decent History Channel series currently airing/streaming:
Great Escapes with Morgan Freeman
24 x 36 A Movie about Movie Posters