A short history of American Nazi-punching
Roald Dahl stumbled into writing after serving as an ace fighter pilot and a British spy.
The headline on this article more or less sums it up. We posed the question to some of the Yester team, and here’s what they had to say. We invite — nay we command — you to add your take in the comments.
In 1939, when Hattie McDaniel became the first black woman to win an Oscar for the role of Mammy in Gone with the Wind, she accepted the award for Best Supporting actress by saying: I sincerely hope that I can always be a credit ...
As Cookie Monster might tell you in a bout of pre-binge pseudo-coherence, R is for a lot of different things.
Allow me to be that guy: The book was better. And that sometimes extends into sales as well. Let me acknowledge right here that there isn’t a great way of doing this. First of all, there’s no way I’m going to go ...
For the love of all things wonderful, please don't relegate her to a love interest.
Remembering the days of the web as a novelty.
The Richmond Climax proclaimed a "Great Success" and people everywhere giggled.