Since I'm a patrician, I recently subscribed to the New Yorker. More recently, I discovered that subscribers have access to every issue of the magazine ever published, dating back to 1925. I've been reading topics I thought would be interesting to read about from the perspective of the time, but I've run out of ideas. So far, I've read stuff on Gandhi, Babe Ruth, Kurt Cobain's suicide, and the atomic bomb. Give me some more ideas. If you plead hard enough, I might even post screenshots for you.
modern communism and its effect on society. first chuck berry record. the great depression.
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Yah normally you have to pay to get enough ribs removed to do that.

I'll take your word for it. I'm sure you are an expert at this point.
Uh the great depression?
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it wouldn't surprise me if UG goes down within the next couple months, along with other privately owned sites

December 14, 2017
The Beatles saying they were more popular than Jesus, the KKK, punk music, The Holocaust, Ian Curtis suicide
you're a stone fox
Ethel and Julius Rosenburg. I read some articles in The New York Times about the trial from back when it happened; it was very neat.