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WWAD?

Every year I drive about 26,000 miles; that’s greater than the circumference of the Earth. I drive most of those miles commuting to and from work. 631 more words

Mark L. Lowentrout

Sully Baseball Daily Podcast - August 25, 2014

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Near Dealey Plaza in Dallas, I talk about some of baseball’s unsolved mysteries and why I would rather not go back in time and see what really happened. 75 more words

Sully Baseball Daily Podcast

Sully Baseball Daily Podcast - August 25, 2014

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Near Dealey Plaza in Dallas, I talk about some of baseball’s unsolved mysteries and why I would rather not go back in time and see what really happened. 91 more words

New York Yankees

Review of Into the Dark Water

Into the Dark Water: The Story of Three Officers and Pt-109 by John Domagalski chronicles the life of the most famous boat in World War Two. 183 more words

Book Review

Containing Communism: Why the Vietnam War Became a Quagmire

After World War II, the United States adopted the policy of containment, which sought to prevent the spread of communism by providing aid to countries that resisted communist pressures. 1,621 more words

On August 5 Marilyn Monroe passed away ...

On August 5, 1962, Marilyn Monroe passed away at the age of 36.

She is arguably one of the biggest sex symbols ever (if not, the biggest), who gained fame during the 1950s and 1960s, which was often labeled Hollywood’s “Golden Era.” She was often known for her soft voice, curvy body, and bouncy blonde hair. 128 more words

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Doves and Hawks: Kennedy, Khrushchev, and the Cuban Missile Crisis

The October 1962 Cuban missile crisis has been a popular subject of study. From books to films, critics have told and retold the story of how John F. 1,544 more words