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Truman: A Less Than Famous President With an Infamous Legacy
Missouri born and bred, Harry S. Truman led a long and interesting life. Mostly known as the president who sent the order to drop atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in order to put an end to World War II, Truman’s life is a fascinating narration of the American life transitioning from the 19th intoContinue reading “Truman: A Less Than Famous President With an Infamous Legacy”
What Should You Take When You Travel Internationally? Maybe Try This Tool For Cleaning Clothes.
Walking through Europe in the summer can get quite sweaty. I’ve walked through Machu Pichu in March. I’ve had clinging clothes in China. I’ve had a lot of Swass in Spain. I know rank clothes. As I’ve gotten older, the B.O. seems to cling a little more. Anyone share the pain? The Sonic Soak UltrasonicContinue reading “What Should You Take When You Travel Internationally? Maybe Try This Tool For Cleaning Clothes.”
This Actually Happened: A Former President Nearly Died on an Amazonian Expedition to Map an Undiscovered River.
Theodore Roosevelt wanted to run for Presidential election. Agreeing previously to step aside to allow younger men to run, the former “Rough Rider” changed his mind and decided to seek a third term. Running as the candidate of the Progressive Party after losing the nomination to William Howard Taft in the Republican party, he feltContinue reading “This Actually Happened: A Former President Nearly Died on an Amazonian Expedition to Map an Undiscovered River.”
Marine Sniper: 93 Confirmed Kills
Looking for an entertaining, yet true, riveting novel? Look no further than the story of Sergeant Carlos Hathcock. During the Vietnam War, Hathcock stalked,often behind enemy lines, harassing and demoralizing the enemy on his way to 93 confirmed kills. The legend of this amazing soldier is told quite professionally in Marine Sniper: 93 Confirmed Kills,Continue reading “Marine Sniper: 93 Confirmed Kills”
The General Who Won the War: and Kept the Country Together After
The Civil War is typically seen through the eyes of Abraham Lincoln and his frustrations with his generals in the time leading up to and including the first half of the war. It’s a long period of time, and usually the period of victory for the north is lost in the rush to close outContinue reading “The General Who Won the War: and Kept the Country Together After”
How Do You Build a Canal Before Power Equipment?
Before automobiles, the telephone, electricity or any large earth moving construction equipment of any kind, the United States undertook one of the greatest engineering achievements in history. They connected the Atlantic and Pacific oceans through the country of Panama. In the same way that setting out to put a man on the moon was aContinue reading “How Do You Build a Canal Before Power Equipment?”
Summer Read Series: A Cyclist They Called “The Cannibal.”
In the annals of Professional Cycling, no one dominated the sport like Eddy Merckx. Before the controversies surrounding PED’s, Eddy was crushing opponents, and doing it consistently, every week…until of course his insatiable appetite for success became his undoing. In professional baseball, Cy Young has what is considered an unbreakable record 511 career wins. WalterContinue reading “Summer Read Series: A Cyclist They Called “The Cannibal.””
This Book About a Horse Deserved a Trilogy of Movies, Not Just a Single Feature.
Is it really possible that a book about a horse should warrant a Hollywood movie? Absolutely Yes! And not only that, Laura Hillenbrand’s blockbuster book deserves a trilogy. Seabiscuit, An American Legend, by Laura Hillenbrand is a #1 New York Times Bestseller about the most popular race horse in American history. Yeah, that sounds sortContinue reading “This Book About a Horse Deserved a Trilogy of Movies, Not Just a Single Feature.”
The Bike is Not all PED’s and Pedaling
LeMond vs. Hinault. If you don’t know what that means, you need to read this book. Even if you’re hardly interested in the world of cycling now, getting a behind the scenes look into one of sports’ greatest rivalries will open your eyes to the strategy and machinations of this incredible competitive sport. Greg LeMondContinue reading “The Bike is Not all PED’s and Pedaling”