Sometimes the best way to see how things work is to destroy them.
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Sometimes the best way to see how things work is to destroy them.

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A Look At The New History Channel: All Big Bucks And No History
25 June 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is what the History Channel has come to. They are so jealous of the Discovery Channel that they are putting anything on to get money and ratings. This is a pretty stupid show that has no historical value whatsoever. All that happens is this stupid man slices things open just to see what's inside. Think of how much money is being wasted slicing some of those expensive items. From what I have seen, it doesn't even belong on the history channel. If any thing else, the show is an advertisement for the different power tools used. And the host, John McCalmont, Is just lighting himself up for the spotlight. Who cares how a honey bun falls from a vending machine.


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