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Ancient Origins Website

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Possibly interesting. See Ancient Origins ... read more

History Of FriendsNews.com

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FYI for those researching insignificant corners of the web: Wayback Machine ... read more

Saturnalia

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via saturnalia-reason-for-season "At no time in the history of the early Christian church was it ever thought that the birth of Christ took place on 25 December. In fact, Jesus' birthday was not celebrated at all u ... read more

Good Explanation Of The "annexation" Of Crimea

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"In response to us-issues-new-russia-sanctions-over-profiting-on-Crimean-resort. Reprinted without permission from whatreallyhappened.com" ... read more

Benjamin Franklin Called Traitor For Informing People About Actions Of Gov't

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via Like Edward Snowden, Benjamin Franklin Was Called a Traitor For Informing the People About the Actions of its Government. "In 1773, Benjamin Franklin leaked confidential i ... read more

The Digital Story Of The Nativity

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This is the Christmas story as told through Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Google, Wikipedia, Google Maps, GMail, Foursquare, Amazon... ad infinitum. See YouTube - THE DIGITAL STORY OF THE NATIVITY. And, for a miniseries on the subject, go to: ... read more

Ekaterina Dzhugashvili, Stalin's Mother

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And this, people, is why you shouldn't beat your child (any more than you have to) ... "She Stalin's mother once asked her son, 'Joseph, what exactly are you now?' He replied, 'do you remember the Tsar? Well, I'm like a tsar.' 'You'd have done better to have been a priest,' she said in r ... read more

History

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Natural Born in regard to presidential candidates was clearly defined in The Law of Nations by Emerich de Vattel, published in 1758 and relied on heavily by the framers of the Constitution. Natural Born was already legally-defined when the Constitution was written a ... read more

Something To Ponder

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Railroad tracks The US standard railroad gauge (distance between the rails) is 4 feet, 8.5 inches. That's an exceedingly odd number. Why was that gauge used? Because that's the way they built them in England, and English expatriates designed the US railroads. Why did the English build them like that? Because the first rail line ... read more

San Francisco In 1906

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Things were a lot more freely-moving back then. And the kids seemed to be having fun. Reminds me of Russian traffic today, only they have slightly newer forms of transportation now. :) via ... read more

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