A huge presence on 60 Minutes for 46 years Safer enjoyed the longest run anyone ever had on primetime network television. Though he cut back a decade ago, he still appeared regularly until recently, captivating audiences with his signature stories on art, science and culture. A dashing figure in his checked shirt, polka dot tie and pocket square, Morley Safer even his name had panache was in his true element playing pool with Jackie Gleason, delivering one of his elegant essays aboard the Orient Express or riffing on Anna Wintour, but he also asked the tough questions and did the big stories.
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“You think you know everything about the Civil War,” says Bruwelheide, “but then you have a project like this that opens up a whole new area of history aftermaths of battles.” Adds Owsley, who’s spent decades teasing out stories from human bones, amputations “were so much a part of what actually happened during the Civil War, as the only way they could really deal with those types of limb fractures. But you never see it, and here it is right in front of us.” The research team may be able to identify some of these soldiers. Owsley says the surgeons recorded patients’ names, along with their wounds and where they amputated.
Oakleys. Oakley sunglasses make you look like La Forge from Star Trek: The Next Generation. Geordi La Forge had to wear Oakleys because he was blind and his visor helped give him vision. I don’t know what happened over the course of the process with the footballs. ET). He made the distinction that he grips the football and doesn’t squeeze it.
Shows having absolutely nothing to do with history began popping up left and right. Strange reality shows like Ice Road Truckers, Ax Men, and Pawn Stars, where the lives of unremarkable people are documented for no particular reason, began to dominate the channels daily lineup. And when those weren’t weren’t being shown, there were only ridiculous, sensationalized conspiracy theory shows such as Ancient Aliens, and even an entire series on famed charlatan, Nostradumbass, which were designed specifically to capitalize on the public’s ignorance toward “history” and “theories” which in reality aren’t actually taken seriously by actual scientists or historians at all..