A very good article on why it is hard to see history shaping up while you are living in it looking at everyone thought was going to be important in 1964. I think you need at least twenty years, but I could easily argue that forty years is a better starting point.
Want to play Dungeons and Dragons in real life? Get out of those steam tunnels you knucklehead and go play in 170km of the real thing!
Remains of an Iron Age Chariot found at Burrough Hill, Near Melton Mowbray. I looked at the map and I am pretty sure we picniced up on this hill when I lived near Melton. England is filled with amazing history right under everyone’s feet. We are too here in America but have destroyed most of the history and don’t do much looking in the few places it might have survived.
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We live in a horror filled world of brain breaking monsters. I guess it is ok though, after all nobody does that sort of thing to us humans. Have some more tuna Mittens.
I think we can all relate to this article about the hassles of flying with our Nobel Prizes can’t we? Mind you I would back a Nobel for the person who invents a way to make flying stop feeling going to jail. Still we can all relate to this conversation can’t we?
And they’re like, ‘Uhhhh. Who gave this to you?’
‘The King of Sweden.’
‘Why did he give this to you?’
‘Because I helped discover the expansion rate of the universe was accelerating.’