Historical time travel!

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All great choices. Strictly sports related I would pick 2/22/80 - Lake Placid, NY - Miracle on Ice. Yes, it is the 42nd anniversary of that event!! I loved the purity of the game then - no ads on the ice or boards, just hockey. I still get goosebumps when I see highlights of that game - at the height of the cold war with Russia.

How times have changed - I didn't watch one minute of this year's Olympics.
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Why didn't I think of it????? The incline plane May 31st, 1889!!!
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12HankQB wrote: February 22nd, 2022, 3:53 pm Why didn't I think of it????? The incline plane May 31st, 1889!!!
There was a show on the History Channel last night about that flood!!
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ERAChamp wrote: February 22nd, 2022, 4:04 pm
12HankQB wrote: February 22nd, 2022, 3:53 pm Why didn't I think of it????? The incline plane May 31st, 1889!!!
There was a show on the History Channel last night about that flood!!
Since the History Channel mostly sucks now, you can get the History Vault on Amazon prime that has all the old stuff. I just watch all the old Civil War Combat episodes and Men Who Built America. Well work the $5.
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Saw "MWBA" several times. For nothing other than my normal monthly Directv charge.
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I love theater/music so i would of loved to see someone like Bach, Mozard or Beethoven live. Probably a shakespear play would of been amazing yoo
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The moon landing in 1969 would be an incredible historical event to witness firsthand.
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