163 The BITCH SLAP Heard around the world.... (media.greatawakening.win) 🐴 SHITPOST 💩 posted 78 days ago by Eion1830 78 days ago by Eion1830 +163 / -0 12 comments download share 12 comments share download save hide report block hide replies
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THE SHOT HEARD AROUND THE WORLD. THE GREAT AWAKENING. A WEEK TO REMEMBER.
In 1830, the American painter George Catlin accompanied General William Clark on a diplomatic mission up the Missouri River to the Mandan, Cheyenne and Crow Indian tribes. His accurate and sensitive depiction of Native Americans on that trip had a profound impact, especially in Europe, where his paintings were wildly popular and changed attitudes towards a people primarily regarded as "savages."
We start in the 1830s, with Scotland’s Robert Anderson, whose motorized carriage was built sometime between 1832 and ’39. Batteries (galvanic cells) were not yet rechargeable, so it was more parlor trick (“Look! No horse nor ox, yet it moves!”) than a transportation device. Another Scot, Robert Davidson of Aberdeen, built a prototype electric locomotive in 1837. A bigger, better version, demonstrated in 1841, could go 1.5 miles at 4 mph towing six tons. Then it needed new batteries. This impressive performance so alarmed railway workers (who saw it as a threat to their jobs tending steam engines) that they destroyed Davidson’s devil machine, which he’d named Galvani.
Good timing, muh Cofvee needed more liberal tears!
MASTER TROLL STRIKES AGAIN!!! BIGLY!!!
"KEEP THE NAME OF MY PRESIDENT OUT YOO MOUF!!:
what was he thinking?
Ironic, I actually worked for that law firm many years ago; McDermott, Will & Emery!
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