Incredible vintage PopSci headline… Image
this one's less of a clip, more of an operation paperclipping… Image
on quick glance, *every* PopSci issue in 1965 included a feature from von Braun
here's how PopSci covered the OV-10 in December 1964… Image
RIP the old archive viewer… but I found what I was looking for…
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has, uh, anyone in the Army seen "The Boys"
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the 2004 election map broke every brain and we've been living with that hell ever since
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strangelove! drink!
now onto disillusionment with government messages, with Challenger as a formative one for Lewis
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