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Who's history, real history or Mormon history?

I have never watched anything on the Mormon Brigham Young University channel.

I do like their Choir though.

Revisionist history whether perpetrated by these Liberal/ socialist/ Marxist, almost communist universities (Not the Mormons) where they have already taken most all of our founding fathers and hero's in our past and trashed them and replaced them with their politically correct stand-in, should be a hanging offense.

Don't change our history to meet your goals of indoctrinating our children!

This is what we need:

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct...=7MVzDn2oWD37o0l3EL6MzA&bvm=bv.98476267,d.cWw

Sam:biggrin:
 

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He is a History Professor of USA History.

Stan Ellsworth (American Ride Host) had been trying to sell this idea for six years, and it just happened the BYU agreed to sponsor it.

Stan's "History" lessons are accurate and not slanted to any Mormon agenda.

-Soupy
 

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I've seen the show on a few occasions. It's pretty good and his way of presenting history is interesting.
 

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I have seen the show several times. I wish that I had a history teacher half as interesting in High School or College. It is a good show.
 

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Is this thing on the History channel or one of the network channels(NBC,ABC,CBS) I refuse to watch?
 

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Hog: it's on "BYU-TV"

-Soupy
 

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I saw it last night.....it is good....the history that is....but what eye said as far as the motorcycle and rider is concerned
 

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We met the guy a few years ago when we were riding around some Civil War battlefields in Virginia. Spotsylvania or Wilderness or one of those, I don't remember which one exactly. Anyway...

We saw the trailer in a parking lot and wondered what it was, so I took a picture to remind me to look up the show later on. Then we came across a few fellows walking around, one of them decked out in his American Ride vest and biker costume. Immediately the guy starts puffing out his chest and his voice starts getting all gruff and Biker-like, almost as if he's putting on an act, and then he's asking us about our bikes and bragging about his rides and so forth. Finally, Mrs. Eye sweetly asks the obvious question, "Where's your bike?" The dude says it's in the trailer and Mrs. Eye just smiles and looks at him and says "We just walked past your trailer, and there's no bike in it." Then the guy huffs something about how it's, er, um, back in the shop because they had to fix something, and he turns on his heel and stalks away.

 

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I've never heard of that network. Might have to look the show up on netflix.
I'm not sure my Dish subscription has it at all.:confused: That's why I was hoping it might be on H2. I get that.
 

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Thanks billo. Found that channel at least. Now I just have to find the show. Watch all this not even be worth it.:D
 

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Been watching the show for a couple of years now. So far, with what little history I know, I don't find the show slanted at all.

Every time Stan touches on something I know (American West, WW11, Indians, etc.), it's always been truthful with no punches pulled right or wrong.

The bike? Well, I'm sure it's just a gimmick to draw in viewers. Who cares as long as it gets people interested in American history.

Hey Angel. Is that Mrs. Eye in the picture?
 
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