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I was about to say that the content on the History Channel is so sensational that it bears no resemblance at all to actual history nowadays. 69 more words

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Vikings: a Voyage into Amazon Prime

While Amazon’s much-heralded Prime Day sale largely failed to excite, I was drawn to the Amazon Prime 30 day free trial, where I hoped I might find a new series to watch. 303 more words

Television

Channeling the History Channel

This story was inspired by my interview with author Lee Child, along with the memory of living in Daytona for a short time…a mecca for motorcycles and… 1,707 more words

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Television Opportunities

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Television Opportunities

By Cait Collins

I am enjoying the History Channel’s presentation of Texas Rising. I truly appreciate the advancement of original programming on the cable networks. 374 more words

Writing

TV Talk: Series Premieres For The History Channel In June

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Sizzles This Summer With 3 New Series In June!

The most talented bladesmiths in the world will test their mettle in this cutting-edge competition series. 208 more words

TV Talk

Television Opportunities

Outtakes 198

Television Opportunities

By Cait Collins

I am enjoying the History Channel’s presentation of Texas Rising. I truly appreciate the advancement of original programming on the cable networks. 374 more words

Writing

Government Cover-ups - The FU-GO Balloon Bombs

“What you don’t know, won’t hurt you.”

President Franklin Roosevelt declared December 7, 1941 “a date which will live in infamy” after the Japanese leveled a devastating attack on Pearl Harbor, but while it is by far the best known, that day was not the only time a Japanese bomb took American lives on U.S. 270 more words

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