Sunday Summary – April 5th, 2015

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So what did you miss this week?

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Monday, March 30th, in 1867 William H. Seward, the United States Secretary of State, negotiated the Alaska Purchase, we reviewed the 1979 novel “Morlock Night,” and added Mystology 101 to the Symposium schedule.

 

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Tuesday, March 31st, in 1889 the Eiffel Tower opened its gates, we visited Richard E. Grant’s 9th Doctor Who, and the Symposium Feed Back Session was added the schedule.

 

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Wednesday, April 1st, we looked at the history of April Fool’s Day, Dr. Pembroke tried to sell us on the idea of the Galvanic Viagra of the 1850’s, and time is almost up to pre-order your Symposium t-shirts.

 

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Thursday, April 2nd, in 1902 the first movie theater opened, we explored what it means to be a hacker, and added the Penny Farthing rules to the Symposium Games.

 

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Friday, April 3rd, in 1895 a trial went badly for Oscar Wilde, we reviewed the 2012 film Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter, and we revealed the 2016 International Steampunk Symposium pin.

 

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Saturday, April 4th, in 1887 Susanna Salter was elected the first American female mayor, we looked at the history of timepieces, and Twisted Skies became part of the Symposium Games.

 

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Sunday, April 5th, in 1804 a meteor knew better than to attack Glasgow, we added Tea Dueling to the list of Symposium Games, and then . . . it was time for the Sunday Summary!

 

Coming Next Week . . .

The frantic countdown to the opening of the Symposium, book reviews, film reviews, drink recipes, and more!

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