LIARS! [Pic]

Submitted by: B-diddy 4 years ago in Funny

The whole lot of them.
There are 17 comments:
Male 3,436
i get all my real world knowledge from HBO. james camerons aquaman sucked!!!
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Female 19
I LOVE American Pickers! Mike and Frank are so passionate in what they do and they make my day :)
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Male 3,909
I`m with you HolyGod when it comes to Pawn Stars & American Pickers. I remember hearing about the shows before they first aired thinking "What the f*ck does this have to do with history?" I never watched an episode of Pawn Stars until their 3rd season and it was only because my brother put it on when there was a marathon (4th of July weekend or something like that) and after one episode I was hooked. You really can learn a whole lot about history, plus it`s funny at times and some of the sh*t that people bring in there is just unbelievable!
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Female 6,381
My "History Channel" offers Big Rig Bounty Hunters, William Shatner`s Weird or What, and Yukon Gold (modern day mining) on Thursday, and a two-hour chapter of The Bible, a series that treats the book as history, on Friday.
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Male 462
And that`s why I stopped watching broadcast television.
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Male 34
@davymid

Sooooo true
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Male 8,132
davymid

"Pawn Stars, American Restoration, Swamp People, American Pickers, Canadian Pickers. I sh*t you not."

If you don`t think Pawn Stars, American Restoration, and American Pickers have historical content then you have never seen them.

History isn`t limited to wars. It includes pop culture history, old cars, antiques, and any other relevant things from the past.

Watch an episode of Pawn Stars. They`ll have a civil war gun that an expert comes in and talks about, then a clock from the 1600s that an expert comes in and talks about, then a Thomas Jefferson journal that a museum curator comes in and talks about. That is history. It just has a bunch of goofy "reality" tv sprinkled in for ratings.

I don`t know about Swamp People, I`ve never seen that.
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Male 12,138
[quote]I don`t know why the History Channel gets a bad wrap. [/quote]
Maybe in the US, HolyGod. Here in Canada it`s utter sh*te (as is Discovery Channel here). Example, here`s the programming schedule for the next 5 nights here on "History" Channel: Pawn Stars, American Restoration, Swamp People, American Pickers, Canadian Pickers. I sh*t you not.

History Channel back in the UK is better than here in Canada. However, my only complaint with the UK programming is that quite a lot of f*cking history happened outside the years 1939 to 1945.
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Male 55
"I don`t know why the History Channel gets a bad wrap.

I have never seen a show on there that didn`t have historical education as a large component."


I almost fell for that one....almost.
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Male 8,132
mervviscious

"how about the show called the Bible, that`s fictitious.."

Of course it is. However legends, fairy tales, and creation myths are all an important part of human history.
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Male 1,793
how about the show called the Bible, that`s fictitious..
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Male 8,132
I don`t know why the History Channel gets a bad wrap.

I have never seen a show on there that didn`t have historical education as a large component.
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Male 3,475
How about, "Taxation Without Representation"?
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Female 9,475
So true.
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Male 4,746
Couldn`t be more true!
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Male 38,467

:-D
good one
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Male 460
Link: LIARS! [Pic] [Rate Link] - The whole lot of them.
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