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Also by Bear_Sheba+222There isn't really a good name for the decade we are in, amirite?
Also about industrial revolution+210It's so rare to see a normal, easy to pronounce name in history textbooks. It's always "Sir Clementon von Crailreign was the prince of France between 1623-1654", never "In 1698, Mikey Smith invented the railroad spike, a very important tool relevant in the upstart of the Industrial Revolution". amirite?
Also about 19th century+5219th Century British politics is way too confusing... amirite?
Also by Bear_Sheba+26Just because I'm paranoid, it doesn't mean they're not all out to get me, amirite?
Also about 19th century+214Paying prostitutes in 19th century Britain must have been one of the biggest juxtapositions in history. It's like, "Here you are my dear, three pounds and two shillings for your services, and might I say you look positively dashing tonight?" amirite?
Also about 19th century+231It'd be an interesting change of pace if male politicians started growing beards again like they did in the late 19th century, amirite?
Also about 19th century+368Why is "indivisible" in the Pledge of Allegiance? The nation IS divisible, as made evident in the 19th century, amirite?
Also about industrial revolution+107Scientists say that we're making too many people and the current resources such as oil or coal can't sustain us for too much longer. It's strange that we've come full circle: before the industrial revolution, we had too few people, and now we suffer from over-copulation, amirite?