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It’s the last day of the year and here is my second post counting down my top 10 favorite articles I’ve run on Seanmunger.com during 2013. Again, these aren’t the … Continue reading
This video clip should need no introduction. It’s Marilyn Monroe in one of the iconic moments of her career, the train rehearsal scene from Some Like It Hot as she plays … Continue reading
At the end of March 1954, a few residents of Bellingham, Washington, a suburb of Seattle, happened to notice that the windshields of their cars had developed a few pits, … Continue reading
I’m sure just about everyone reading this has heard of TImothy McVeigh, Ted Kasynzski (the “Unabomber”) or the Tsarnaev brothers. But, as notorious as those sick criminals and their acts … Continue reading
On March 5, 1953, Joseph Jugashvili, also known as Stalin, died at Kuntsevo, a dacha outside Moscow, after a nearly 30-year reign that left millions dead and changed world history … Continue reading
Fifty-six years ago today there was a lot happening up in the sky. On October 4, 1957, a Soviet satellite called Sputnik I was launched, the first man-made object to orbit … Continue reading
Above is a 30-minute YouTube video of a pivotal moment in U.S.–and world–history. It’s the complete recording, beginning to end, of the speech Richard M. Nixon made 61 years ago … Continue reading