History Channel

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    The Last days of World War 2 is a really fasinating series the history channel has been showing. It covers what was happening during each week in 1945, this week is Apr 18 thru 24.
     
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    I caught some of that yesterday. Hitler in the Bunker. Claim that he didn't want, Himmler, (hmmm I always mix him and another guy up.) killed. Some of the film is exquisite.
     
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    This Sunday is FDR--A presidency revealed---teasers make it look interesting !!!
     
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    History Channel rocks! I bet Im the only member on the board that was a card-carrying member of the History Channel Club. Another great is the Military Channel.
     
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    Nah, I'm a member too!
     
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    i've been watching that myself. awesome...very educational. probably my third favorite cable channell behind sci-fi and espn.
     
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    You mean the WWII and UFO Channel?

    I love it. That one and the Sci-Fi channel as well as Discovery.

    Damn! Did I just admit to being a geek?

    :smoke:
     
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    its better to be a geek than to be an ignorant sonofabitch who acts like hes all smart, but he or she doesnt even know which continents are on the earth

    example: a very liberal rich girl (thats mean) in my class was doing an assignment about geography and she asked "is congo a continent"
     

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