Was the M4 Sherman Tank a “Superior Tool of War” or a “Death Trap”?

The controversy over the Sherman continues today.

by Warfare History Network | The National Interest

For the Allied tankers and infantrymen of the American, British, Canadian, and Free French armies battling German Panther and Tiger tanks in Normandy in the summer of 1944, the Sherman tank’s failures were glaringly evident as their own shells bounced off the hulls of the Nazi armor and they were themselves destroyed at a far greater range by the powerful German tanks.… Continues

Super Audio CD – worth it in 2018?

When I made my original video on surround sound music, there was one multichannel format I didn’t yet have to test: Super Audio CD. So I set out on a quest to buy in to the aging format in the year 2018 – which I found out is not unlike buying in to something like open reel tape at this point.… Continues

‘Remember Vietnam’: Last Year, Russia Threatened America’s F-35

This can’t be good.

by Mark Episkopos | The National Interest

Key Point: Russia may very well believe that even an indirect slight against Russian air defense systems cannot go unanswered.

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Ninja’s return to streaming on YouTube shows he still has star power

He’s looking for a new home after Microsoft shut down Mixer.

Richard Tyler Blevins, aka Ninja, speaks to the crowd at the start of the 2019 Fortnite World Cup Finals – Round Two on July 27, 2019, at Arthur Ashe Stadium, in New York City.
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Hitler’s Secret Plan to Win World War II: Kill These Three Men

The assassination was scheduled to take place in Tehran, the capital of Iran, after the three Allied leaders announced plans to meet there to hammer out the final strategy for the war against Nazi Germany and its Axis allies.

by Warfare History Network | The National Interest

Key Point: The Tehran Conference was one of the most important moments of World War II.… Continues

Ultra-rare 1967 L88 could become the most expensive Chevrolet Corvette sold at auction

by Ronan Glon | Autoblog

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Chevrolet made only 20 examples of the Corvette with the high-performance, track-ready L88 package in 1967. What’s presented as the best example left could become the most expensive Corvette ever sold at an auction.… Continues

The Last of Us 2 developer says it’s possible there will be a Part 3 with right story

by Amy West | Digital Spy

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The Last of Us Part II‘s Neil Druckmann has revealed what it would take for himself and the team to develop a third instalment in the beloved video game series.… Continues

Mandy Moore Addresses Ex-Husband Ryan Adams: ‘I Find It Curious That Someone Would Make A Public Apology But Not Do It Privately’

by Savannah Walsh | ELLE

Mandy Moore is breaking her silence on ex-husband Ryan Adams’ public apology more than a year after he was accused by multiple women of sexual and emotional abuse. Over the weekend, the musician penned an essay for the Daily Mail where he apologized for his previous behavior and revealed that he had since become sober.… Continues