National Geographic covers the numbers on aircraft.
December 20, 2014
President Obama: Never talked to Sony about the hackers before they pulled The Interview from it's future showings in theaters across the country.
UPDATED: Sony CEO Michael Lynton further contradicted President Obama’s criticism that Sony had “made a mistake” in handling the release of The Interview in his full sit-down with CNN on Friday. Obama said today that the studio did not come to him for help when cyberterrorists crippled the studio in a November hacking attack ordered by North Korea, but Lynton said the President was the mistaken one. “We definitely spoke to a senior advisor in the White House to talk about the situation,” he confirmed. “The White House was certainly aware of the situation.”What’s more: Sony also consulted with the US State Department before the November hacking attack to assess any potential political heat the Seth Rogen/James Franco comedy might provoke.
Continued from earlier, the first 1000 years, the documentary on the history of Christianity continues into the second millennium.
An interesting documentary on the first 1000 years of the world's largest religion.
December 19, 2014
This Friday Musical Interlude hearkens back to 1944 or 1955. The song Cattle Call was released twice by Eddy Arnold (though his version is not the original), the second time it reached #1.