In the 19th century museums used to lock away everything which they deemed "unsuitable" for the public in secret cabinets. This podcast focuses on the parts of history you would not find in your school textbooks - for good reason. (Explicit Content) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
You think Christmas is sh..? The Catalans also, but not quite as one might think. From nativity figures, scatological art history, productive wooden shites, and the answer to the question of why I don't hire Interns.
in 1561 a condemned Cologne citizen was given the choice between gallows and marriage---he chose the noose. How that ended and what the further job description of the executioner was---well the Buddler dug into it and we let you know.
If you are not satisfied with the current government, simply become it yourself. That must be what Joshua Norton thought and proclaimed himself shortly Emperor of the United States. Or as the original German episode has it: the "Kaiser von Amerika"