The Man Who Was So Bad It Was Illegal To Say Or Write His Name

An ancient Greek named Herostratus allegedly committed a heinous act, all in the hopes of making himself famous

Some people cannot find it within themselves to obey the basic rules and laws of society. While punishments like imprisonment and worse are possible depending on the…

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Dabbler in history, investing & writing. Master’s degree in baseball history. Passionate about diversity, culture, sports, investing and crypto.

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Andrew Martin

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Dabbler in history, investing & writing. Master’s degree in baseball history. Passionate about diversity, culture, sports, investing and crypto.

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