Episode 29

Skyline Chili Strikes Again and a White Ford Bronco

You ever wonder why the OJ Simpson trial was such a big deal? Do you remember where you were when the verdict came out? What were the social impacts of that trial? Does that kind of history matter to most people?

Our Navy buddy Dave Rios, talks about moving around the country as a child and continuing that as an adult in the Navy...which may explain why he values personal history more than "social" history. From learning about the American Civil War while growing up in Baton Rouge to learning that the United States is fallible after the Challenger explosion, Dave brings a unique perspective that we are fortunate enough to explore.

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Talk With History
A Historian and Navy Veteran talk about history inspired travels, their YouTube channel journey, and examine history through conversations with the curious, the explorers, and the history lovers out there

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Scott Bennie

Host of the Talk With History podcast, Producer over at Walk with History on YouTube, Editor of the Hashtag Historic newsletter.