Censorship commits a greater sin than 'threatening freedom' or 'oppressing thought': It completely alters the story's message.
The floodgates are likely about to open, and all of the past will be fair game.
History is cool and all (we guess), but you know what's missing from it? Cell phones.
Sometimes the experts get things wrong, giving us a view of the past that more closely resembles the fever dreams of a Muppet designer than actual animals.
These folks stared right into the eyes of heavily armed evil and slowly, purposefully, without ever breaking eye contact, raised both middle fingers.
How many history-making men have we almost lost to fatal pissing contests? A frightening amount, it turns out.
Our readers went all TMZ on famous and historical pop culture icons.
When these people fought back against their respective regimes, they did it with style.
It's almost like there were whole advertising offices infiltrated by aliens pretending to be humans and these ads are what they threw up at the end of the day.
Ideas are hard, you guys. (At least when you insist on actually coming up with your own.)
Having spent the better part of a decade reading, talking, and writing about presidents, I've come to a conclusion: They are terrifying.
Let's sit back and appreciate the fact that we don't have to experience the utter chaos that are these calendars.
All too often, agents are subject to the same human failings as the rest of us, except in their case, the blunders result in international incidents more embarrassing than your high school yearbook.