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Columbus At Home...'A Spoon!'
Moses and the Screenwriter: 'Accurate-Shmaccurate...if you want this story to sell, it needs some punching up.'
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'I don't think you completely grasp the situation here, Francois...'
"I said does he or doesn't he have a cleft in his chin?"
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Department of Archaeology Floor Plan
'That's the last of them. . . so, did you want us to just leave them all in a circle or. . .'
The Lost Contact Lenses of the Gods
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"I understand the revisionists are hot on your trail, Professor Delauney."
The crew can no longer tolerate Captain Bligh's ruthless splitting of infinitives."
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The Brief Lincoln - Mum Debate.
'It's finished, my masterpiece - wait...'
Don't like my slave mastering call 1-800-scream.
Buoyed by his past success, William Tell sought even greater challenges,
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Tags:stonehenge, prehistoric, monument, monuments, history, historical, historian, historians, archeologist, archaeologists, archaeologist, archeologists, archaeology, archeology, england, landmark, tv, television, tv show, tv shows, television show, television shows, animated, animation, series, kids, kid, child, children, kid's show, kid's shows, children's show, children's shows, pants, underwear, undies, briefs, boxers
1800: Literacy rates rise. Reading aloud for education and entertainment falls out of favor. Millions are shushed.
Six months later they would be sharing the Nobel Prize, but for now all they could do was stare in amazement at what they had discovered...two incredibly well preserved specimens from the styrofoam age.'
"Art history? You want to eat? Learn to fetch and roll over."
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"I say bring them into the process while we still can."
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The birth of the data mining industry (circa 1880): 'I ain't sure what it is, Clyde, but there's a vein of it as wide as yer Aunt Tillie!'
The First Vegetarians.
"Your fly is open."
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"Of course, people were much shorter back then."
'What is it?'