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  • I think that PM uses almost any topic with the intent to shock other people and that he holds pretty much no beliefs of his own. I am pretty sure that PM is the walking embodiment of schadenfreude and lacks anything resembling the conceptualization of a soul. He is not worth even trying to shock, because he is incapable of so human an emotion. But thats just my opinion.

Topic: Anyone else into historical 'documentaries'? (Read 116 times) previous topic - next topic

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Anyone else into historical 'documentaries'?
Like actual training films, propaganda, and stuff like that?

WW2 documentaries and misc 'training films.

I spend way too much time watching these. Some of them are very corny, but a lot of them are actual quite interesting.


  • MikeS
Re: Anyone else into historical 'documentaries'?
Reply #1
I'm a WW2 history nut with books and such but haven't dove into old documentaries.

Thanks for the link, I'll try them out when I have some time.

Re: Anyone else into historical 'documentaries'?
Reply #2
You guys are into Ancient Aliens as well?

  • ksen
Re: Anyone else into historical 'documentaries'?
Reply #3
You're not?

  • borealis
  • Administrator
Re: Anyone else into historical 'documentaries'?
Reply #4
He is an ancient alien.

  • MikeS
Re: Anyone else into historical 'documentaries'?
Reply #5
He's an animated candy in a post-apocalyptic cartoon that, if I might say, is one of the more creative I've seen in a while.

Re: Anyone else into historical 'documentaries'?
Reply #6
Triumph of the Will is one of the greatest films ever made, and fucking scary as well. Everybody should have to watch it.