New PDF release: 100 of the Worst Ideas in History: Humanity's Thundering
By Michael N. Smith
What have been they thinking?
Ever on the grounds that Adam snacked at the forbidden fruit and was once chased bare out of the backyard of Eden, mankind has bitten off a bevy of undesirable ideas.
From skinny-dipping Presidents to poisonous the teeth fillings to making a song pop stars who can't hold a song, 100 of the Worst rules in History is a party of humanity's historical—and frequently hysterical—missteps that experience began wars, sunk nations, wrecked businesses, scuttled careers, misplaced thousands, or even endangered the Earth.
• How a burdened chauffeur helped commence international warfare I
• Who grew to become down the best product placement chance in Hollywood history
• How a Chicago White Sox video game helped hasten the dying of disco
• The toad that just about ate Australia
• the main risky children's video game ever invented
• And a lot more (of rather a lot less!)
Spanning politics, popular culture, model, activities, know-how, and extra, this irreverent and witty ebook is filled with enjoyable photographs and sidebars, tracing how those thundering brainstorms became blundering mind farts—and the marvelous affects our fake pas and foibles nonetheless have on us at the present time.
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100 of the Worst Ideas in History: Humanity's Thundering Brainstorms Turned Blundering Brain Farts by Michael N. Smith