Ah, the History Channel. Once a bastion of factual presentation, the channel's historical commitment to illuminating history now seems, itself, to be history. But enough blather. Someone summed all this up much more astutely by means of this handy, straightforward infographic:

History of History X2

Now if someone would just do a documentary on the history of cable networks renouncing their original purpose in favor of exposés on alien visitation and the joys of having too many children. It could air on The Learning Channel…or American Movie Classics….or The Science Channel…or…

via EatLiver.com

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