Dian Fossey's idea of environmental conservation involved pistol-whipping poachers.
Carl Sagan might as well have been in the Cheech and Chong movies.
It turns out George R.R. Martin maybe knew a thing or two about history, and you can actually learn something between all the death and incestuous sex.
Ted Hall invented a fully functioning flying car -- in the 1940s.
There are many insightful, serious articles about American presidents that ponder the nature of power and its effect on those who wield it. This is not one of those articles.
Turns out Pre-Renaissance audiences were pretty big bowling fans. No kidding.
Disneyland opened during the Cold War and provided America with some much needed ... disappointment, torture, and stress?
Throughout history, governments have tricked, tormented, and otherwise trolled their own populations during various conflicts.
Richard Pryor probably would've picked up the wrong following.
A woodshed burns down and then Legos happen.
Even God needs to keep his brand up to date.
Hindsight is always 20/20, but sometimes the foresight is pretty much 20/20 too.