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“Sorry I’m late,” Jenny says, tossing her coat on the table, leaving her in just her unitard. She quickly pulls her hair up into a bun and yanks her mask down. 1,131 more words

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“Are they going to do that every week?” FiendPuncher asks me.

I definitely do not drop anything I’m carrying, or jump, even a little. I turn around, slowly and calmly. 1,125 more words

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Polish codebreakers 'cracked Enigma before Alan Turing'

There is this constant discrediting of Poles on social media and their very significant contribution to deciphering the German Enigma Code. The denials take even aggressive forms of verbal abuse from certain bloggers and brainwashed Youtube commentators who cannot accept the intelligence of the Polish intellect. 993 more words

The Imperial War Museum

The Imperial War Museum is one of those major London museums that I’d never managed to find time for until a recent trip to the… 365 more words

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The Secret Story of The Apple Logo.

By Tom Demerly for tomdemerly.com

It is the most recognizable logo in history: The Bitten Apple.

More than the Nike Swoosh and the Coca-Cola Wave, the Apple Icon, a silhouette of an apple with a bite out of it, is simple and evocative. 1,257 more words

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Snacktime

“Really?” FiendPuncher asks, picking up a carrot stick, “no one’s going for the fruits and veggies?” and she dips it into a little carton of dressing. 1,343 more words

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Secret Nazi Messaging Device Discovered On eBay

According to Vocativ –

A teleprinter the Nazis used to send and receive secret messages during World War II was sitting in someone’s shed until museum volunteers discovered it was for sale and bought it for about $14—on eBay.

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