Hey guys. There is something, as a fan of history, I need to get off my chest. I was watching the History Channel the other day and a show came on that caught my attention. The show was called “Capturing Bigfoot” and now I’m a HUGE cryptozoology fan so I naturally enjoy watching shows about bigfoot. This show was different. This show showed “real” footage of a captured bigfoot as if it had actually happened. Come on, really? This is a part of a growing epidemic to keeps things entertaining, I guess. The Discovery Channel has pulled this crap during Shark Week multiple times. I don’t get it. It completely takes away from the legitimacy of the channel. It just really irritates me that the History Channel feels the need to “make up” a story to boost ratings. History should speak for itself. The people who watch the History Channel should want to watch it for accurate retellings or history, not fake hypotheticals. Please let me know how you feel about the “fakumentaries” that are being shown on TV these days. Comment below and voice your opinion. Also, let me know of any historical topics you would like me to cover in future.
The first article I want to write will cover the National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum. I chose to cover this article for multiple reasons, but the most important one is that I wanted to give thanks and pay tribute to the men and women that serve our country.
This museum is very near and dear to my heart because it honors those who can’t always make their sacrifices know to everyday people, not that they would seek out recognition anyways. Even though these men did not make the decision to join based on the recognition they would receive from their peers, it is still very important that we take the time to thank them every time we get. Without the men and women of our military, our lives would be drastically different (and not in a good way).
In my honest opinion, there is no greater sacrifice than the conscience decision to put one’s life on the line to protect the lives of those you’ve never met. This goes against the basic human instinct of human preservation.
LET ME TAKE THE TIME TO THANK EVERY MAN AND WOMAN WHO HAVE EVER SERVED OUR COUNTRY. THANK YOU SO MUCH.
Well, if you are ever in Ft. Pierce, FL, I highly recommend checking out National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum.
My goal is to cover the National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum more in depth by talking about the exhibits present at the museum, but i wanted to give thanks, today.
If you have any suggestions or recommendations on museums to cover, please comment below! Thank you for reading and stay toned.
Welcome to the Adirondack Museum Website. We are currently working on publishing our first article. Check back tomorrow to find out what it covers!