New Podcast Appearance

Two historians who are friends started the History Hack podcast to give people something to listen to during the lockdown. Here’s a review of it. https://www.warhistoryonline.com/news/history-hack.html. My podcast is https://historyhack.podbean.com/e/66-history-hack-oral-history/ It’s also on iTunes.

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Author: Richard Easton

Co-author of GPS Declassified: From Smart Bombs to Smartphones.

13 thoughts on “New Podcast Appearance”

  1. 10 Cents:

    Kevin Schulte:

    Richard Easton:
    I liked a comment by a guest of Milt Rosenberg. He said that he’d like to be in the 18th century with the exception of the dentistry.

    Toilets, man. And hot water, critical. Just sayin

    What century would you like to be in?

    The 20th. On a 1985 loop. We grow old but never embrace Communism.

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  2. 10 Cents:

    Kevin Schulte:

    10 Cents:

    Kevin Schulte:

    Richard Easton:
    I liked a comment by a guest of Milt Rosenberg. He said that he’d like to be in the 18th century with the exception of the dentistry.

    Toilets, man. And hot water, critical. Just sayin

    What century would you like to be in?

    The 20th. On a 1985 loop. We grow old but never embrace Communism.

    Why that time?

    Morning in America baby.

    All I those Christian’s in the populace that didn’t evangelize there kids would still be with us. All those pagans that did evangelize their kids would not yet be here. The economy was taking off. Lots of love for America and a President who did too. Tip O’Neal and no Harry Reed or Nancy Pelosi to grackle decent people.

    Oh, and middle America wasn’t sold off to the Chicoms yet. I still have routers that say “proudly made in the USA “. Porter Cable Jackson Tennessee.

    All that is gone. Great tools cost a fortune if they are even made (still a couple). Those available are crap in comparison. But cheep. Thanks free trade.

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  3. Kevin Schulte:

    10 Cents:

    Kevin Schulte:

    10 Cents:

    Kevin Schulte:

    Richard Easton:
    I liked a comment by a guest of Milt Rosenberg. He said that he’d like to be in the 18th century with the exception of the dentistry.

    Toilets, man. And hot water, critical. Just sayin

    What century would you like to be in?

    The 20th. On a 1985 loop. We grow old but never embrace Communism.

    Why that time?

    Morning in America baby.

    All I those Christian’s in the populace that didn’t evangelize there kids would still be with us. All those pagans that did evangelize their kids would not yet be here. The economy was taking off. Lots of love for America and a President who did too. Tip O’Neal and no Harry Reed or Nancy Pelosi to grackle decent people.

    Oh, and middle America wasn’t sold off to the Chicoms yet. I still have routers that say “proudly made in the USA “. Porter Cable Jackson Tennessee.

    All that is gone. Great tools cost a fortune if they are even made (still a couple). Those available are crap in comparison. But cheep. Thanks free trade.

    No Internet too. Now it seems people are that thing connected to cell phones that carry them from place to place.

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