I see a lot of movies in theaters. I will try my best to summarize my thoughts from whatever recent films I saw, for as long as necessary.
We’ve covered many of the ways the events of that day are still impacting us now, but are they enough for it to add up to being an inflection point in human history?
I hope these tips help, and whatever you do, please don’t go out Black Friday shopping on Thanksgiving evening. I promise you don’t need to, and the store employees will hate you.
What constitutes a holy war?
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