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Hey all! I just got back from Seneca, so we’re grinding once more! I decided to postpone my post yesterday and instead post a fun 4th of July special. I’ll keep it short – (I have fireworks to play with.) I’m just going to do a list of awesome American historical figures. (A lot ofContinue reading “‘Murica time (a casual post)”
Hey all! Military post today! Sorry this is late; it took me a while. Just a quick heads-up before we begin: This week’s post will be delayed as I will be in Seneca State Forest with some relatives! And it’s West Virginia so no screens… for so long… Anti-Tank Warfare began pretty much right withContinue reading “Anti -Tank Warfare: Where is it Today?”
It is impossible too, while writing a post about an extremely political topic, say I will remain completely unpolitical. But I’m going to do my best. I am going to try to write an unbiased post about American Gun Culture. Past, present, and future. In the early 1700s, guns were a necessity, not a statement.Continue reading “A Look into American Gun Culture”
Hey all! I just finished my math final and I finally have time to publish again. Every Sunday, from now on, I will be publishing a post. We will probably continue the Caesar series, interspersed by other cool things and also modern events! (Because things are happening pretty fast right now.) I’ve already started workingContinue reading “Summer’s Here!”
Hey all! I haven’t written in a while, but I thought this was an important issue that needs to be talked about. I understand everybody is sick and tired of this war and hearing about it, so I understand if you don’t feel like reading. On the other hand, this is the real first warContinue reading “Understanding the War in Ukraine: When, Where, How, and Why?”
Hey all! Sorry this one took so long; it took a while to research and write. If you need a refresher on our last Gallic Wars post, Caesar put down a Helvetic rebellion in Switzerland. If you want something more thorough, here’s a link so you can read it. But he now has new problemsContinue reading “The Gallic Wars, Part 3: World War 0”
New Years! A time of year when everyone decides they will be just that little bit better. But many of these promises are emptier than the gym on January 2nd. Yup, that’s right… despite everyone’s certainty that they will follow through, in 2021 only 35% of people kept all they’re resolutions! So why, year afterContinue reading “New Year’s Resolutions”
Hello! As you all have noticed, I have not posted for almost an entire season. This is because a. I’m lazy and it’s summer break and b. my bar mitzvah happened a few days ago. Schools about to start and I know longer have any hebrew studying to do, so I thought I have noContinue reading “My Bar-Mitzvah Speech”
Hey all! I am sorry it has took me so long, these past few weeks have been quite turbulent and I have read and re-read this section of The Gallic Wars because I wanted to be able to simplify it as much as I could. Today we are going to start the journey of ourContinue reading “The Gallic Wars, Part 3: Swiss Miss”
Before we get started on the actual events of Julius Caesar’s campaign in Gaul, I need to explain something. I know in my series I do a lot of pre-posts like this where I clear up the situation, but this is important as it will influence your understanding of the sides in this war. AndContinue reading “The Gallic Wars, Part 2: Barbarians!”
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