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TimeMachiner. Tech, culture, nostalgia. By Aaron Crocco
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A good Tuesday to all. When I was scouring the web for interesting things to bring to you all, I realized something earlier today: it's all video this time. Yes, I've never shied away from sending interesting things that were from YouTube, but this time around, everything's coming up Millhouse.

So today is the "video edition" of TimeMachiner, which I still think has some great things that should give you a chuckle and also make you think a bit with some profound questions.

Speaking of interesting, here is a random one for you to ponder:

The first can opener wasn't invented until almost 50 years after the invention of the can.


That's it for today. Thank you for subscribing and reading my work. It means a lot. Hit that reply button to let me know anything you have to say about today's issue.

See you on Saturday.

-Aaron 👍🏻

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