There's a lot of history to learn. Especially historical figures. Even when you try to narrow down the list, you might find it still is impossibly long, so a shorthand trick is to be expected right? Well, in this episode, Marcy attempts to tell you why--in one instant--that isn't an idea she's thrilled about.
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