1812: Napoleon invades Russia
1876: Custer attacks the Sioux Tribe
1941: Germany invades Russia
1941: Japan attacks the USA
1950: USA sends troops to Korea
1961: USA sends volunteers to Cuba
1965: USA sends troops to Vietnam
2001: USA sends troops to Afghanistan
2003: USA sends troops to Iraq
2017: USA bombers attack Syria
Stay tuned for possibly more incredibly nutcase acts of war: USA sends troops to Syria, North Korea and/or Iran. Let’s just call it Operation USA Deja Vu All Over Again
Both harried Hillary and desperate Donald can agree on just one subject: those damned selfies! Political candidates can’t walk into a building or along the street without a mob of smartphone smartasses mobbing them to pose for those dreaded selfies.
Same selfie interruptions happen too frequently to actors, musicians, athletes, Kardashians and others in the news. It delays their busy schedules and forces them to stand still. They then must show a lot of teeth, and suffer groping by squeezed-in-tight, unwashed smartphone pushers.
Most people believe selfies are a recent happening. However, if you seriously search history, you’ll find stark evidence of serious selfies. These rare photos were snapped at some of the most dramatic moments in world events.
You didn’t read about it in school, or maybe you slept through those classes. However, recent graphic evidence proves that selfies recorded some of the most important events in history. These truly authentic pictures prove without a doubt that smartphones were there long before your selfie stick took that blurry photo of you and smirking pals at the beach.