History HarsherInHindsight / RealLife

17th Apr '16 2:07:31 PM NotThisThing
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*** And speaking of the Patriots and Super Bowls, the once seemingly unstoppable tandem of coach Bill Belichik and quarterback Tom Brady has fallen short in the postseason every year since [[{{Scandalgate}} Spygate]]. And then in 2014 they finally won it all again...only for the win to be tainted by Deflate-gate.

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*** And speaking of the Patriots and Super Bowls, the once seemingly unstoppable tandem of coach Bill Belichik Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady has fallen short in the postseason every year since [[{{Scandalgate}} Spygate]]. And then in 2014 they finally won it all again... only for the win to be tainted by Deflate-gate.accused of illegally deflating footballs.
16th Apr '16 1:32:19 PM Aquila89
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** Also needing mention is the last words said to Kennedy before he was shot, said by Nellie Connally, the First Lady of Texas: "Mr. President, you can't say Dallas doesn't love you today."

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** Also needing mention is the last words said to Kennedy before he was shot, said by Nellie Connally, the First Lady of Texas: "Mr. President, you can't say Dallas doesn't love you today."" Kennedy responded with something like "you certainly can't" - those were his last words.
11th Apr '16 2:57:43 PM Arima
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** The team had personally confided to Shea about the apparent flammability of Apollo 1 and he reassured them by ordering the Nylon to be removed. However, Shea did not supervise the issue which proved to be fatal as someone had unknowingly/deliberately contravened his authority by having the Nylon reinstalled prior to Apollo 1's delivery to Cape Kennedy. Shea suffered a nervous breakdown in the investigation following the Apollo 1 fire, probably spurred in some small part by the belief that he had betrayed the trust of the crew.

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** The team had personally confided to Shea about the apparent flammability of Apollo 1 and he reassured them by ordering the Nylon to be removed. However, Shea did not supervise the issue which proved to be fatal as someone had unknowingly/deliberately contravened his authority by having the Nylon reinstalled prior to Apollo 1's delivery to Cape Kennedy. Shea suffered a nervous breakdown in the investigation following the Apollo 1 fire, probably spurred in some small part by the belief that guilt of believing he had betrayed the trust of the crew.
10th Apr '16 12:13:18 AM atyxyt
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* A Google review for the Puttingal Devi Temple in India said, "The temple festival is very great for fireworks." Three months later, over 70 people died after fireworks caused a fire in the temple.

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* A Google review for the Puttingal Devi Temple in India said, "The temple festival is very great for fireworks." Three months later, over 70 84 people died after fireworks caused a fire in the temple.
9th Apr '16 6:56:12 PM atyxyt
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* The 1928 Republican Party platform stated, "Under this Administration the country has been lifted from the depths of a great depression to a level of prosperity." The very next year, the stock market would crash, plunging the US into '''[[TheGreatDepression the]]''' [[TheGreatDepression Great Depression]].

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* The 1928 Republican Party platform stated, "Under this Administration the country has been lifted from the depths of a great depression clutch plague to a level of prosperity." The very next year, the stock market would crash, plunging the US into '''[[TheGreatDepression the]]''' [[TheGreatDepression Great Depression]].Clutch Plague]].




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* A Google review for the Puttingal Devi Temple in India said, "The temple festival is very great for fireworks." Three months later, over 70 people died after fireworks caused a fire in the temple.
7th Apr '16 8:57:04 AM Achaemenid
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* Ray "Boom Boom" Mancini's tragic second defense of his WBA lightweight title against Korean boxer Kim Deuk-gu at Caesar's Palace in 1982: After 13 punishing rounds, the camera cuts to the little-known South Korean challenger, Duk Koo Kim, in his corner and commentator Tim Ryan says "This is the challenger, Duk-koo Kim. You may not have heard of him before. You will remember him today, win or lose." A few seconds later, Mancini hit Kim with a right hook, knocking Kim to the ground and, at that point unknown to anyone, causing a massive subdural hematoma. As the Kim struggled to rise, referee Richard Green declared Mancini the winner by TKO. Unaware of Kim's condition, Mancini celebrated with his corner and the cameras for several long minutes, before commending Kim's "tremendous chin" in the post-match interview. Four days later, Kim died at Desert Springs Hospital.

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* Ray "Boom Boom" Mancini's tragic second defense of his WBA lightweight title against Korean boxer Duk Koo Kim Deuk-gu at Caesar's Palace in 1982: After 13 punishing rounds, the camera cuts to the little-known South Korean challenger, Duk Koo Kim, challenger in his corner and commentator Tim Ryan says "This is the challenger, Duk-koo Kim. You may not have heard of him before. You will remember him today, win or lose." A few seconds later, Mancini hit Kim with a right hook, knocking Kim to the ground and, at that point unknown to anyone, causing a massive subdural hematoma. As the Kim struggled to rise, referee Richard Green declared Mancini the winner by TKO. Unaware of Kim's condition, Mancini celebrated with his corner and the cameras for several long minutes, before commending Kim's "tremendous chin" in the post-match interview. Four days later, Kim died at Desert Springs Hospital.Hospital, and both Kim and Mancini became infamous.
7th Apr '16 8:56:15 AM Achaemenid
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* Ray "Boom Boom" Mancini's tragic second defense of his WBA lightweight title against Korean boxer Kim Deuk-gu at Caesar's Palace in 1982: After 13 punishing rounds, the camera cuts to the little-known South Korean challenger, Duk Koo Kim, in his corner and commentator Tim Ryan says "This is the challenger, Duk-koo Kim. You may not have heard of him before. You will remember him today, win or lose." A few seconds later, Mancini hit Kim with a right hook, knocking Kim to the ground and, at that point unknown to anyone, causing a massive subdural hematoma. As the Kim struggled to rise, referee Richard Green declared Mancini the winner by TKO. Unaware of Kim's condition, Mancini celebrated with his corner and the cameras for several long minutes, before commending Kim's "tremendous chin" in the post-match interview. Four days later, Kim died at Desert Springs Hospital.
5th Apr '16 11:27:57 PM JulianLapostat
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** "Hit the Poles so hard that they despair of their life; I have full sympathy with their condition, but if we want to survive, we can only exterminate them" During WorldWarII, Poland was one of the first victims of german aggression, and the country with the highest casualties, half of the jews killied during TheHolocaust were polish.

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** "Hit the Poles so hard that they despair of their life; I have full sympathy with their condition, but if we want to survive, we can only exterminate them" During WorldWarII, Poland was one of the first victims of german aggression, and the country with the highest casualties, casualties[[note]]In proportion to pre-war population. Highest overall casualties belongs to the citizens of the Soviet Union[[/note]], half of the jews killied during TheHolocaust were polish.Polish.
5th Apr '16 9:01:40 AM aurora-australis
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* A lot of quotes from Bismarck ( who helped founding the Second German Empire and was its chancellor until 1890) fall under that:
** About the foundation of a german state 1871: "Let us lift Germany, so to speak, into the saddle. Surely when that is achieved, it will succeed at riding as well." It didn't. After 1900, Germany spended the first 45 years of the century starting,fighting and losing two world wars,had three different goverments who all failed in the end, and was divided into two different countries after that. It took another 45 years until Germany was reunited.
**"Not by speeches and votes of the majority, are the great questions of the time decided that was the error of 1848 and 1849 but by iron and blood." The foundation of the Second German Empire happened after three "uniting wars" and that was a reason said empire was very militaristic. Said empire being militaristic was a reason WorldWarI broke out, and something Nazi propaganda made use of when starting WorldWarII.
**"Hit the Poles so hard that they despair of their life; I have full sympathy with their condition, but if we want to survive, we can only exterminate them" During WorldWarII, Poland was one of the first victims of german aggression, and the country with the highest casualties, half of the jews killied during TheHolocaust were polish.
3rd Apr '16 1:43:34 AM Arima
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** The team had personally confided to Shea about the apparent flammability of Apollo 1 and he reassured them by ordering the Nylon to be removed. However, Shea did not supervise the issue which proved to be fatal as someone had unknowingly/deliberately contravened his authority by having the Nylon reinstalled prior to Apollo 1's delivery to Cape Kennedy.

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** The team had personally confided to Shea about the apparent flammability of Apollo 1 and he reassured them by ordering the Nylon to be removed. However, Shea did not supervise the issue which proved to be fatal as someone had unknowingly/deliberately contravened his authority by having the Nylon reinstalled prior to Apollo 1's delivery to Cape Kennedy. Shea suffered a nervous breakdown in the investigation following the Apollo 1 fire, probably spurred in some small part by the belief that he had betrayed the trust of the crew.
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