Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles orange. Hello? Okay, I think I'm in the clear. No sign of him anywhere. Hey, everyone, I'm pair. Welcome to a new show. We're trying called annoying history Orange. So glad you could join us. Yeah, I heard. We're trying out a new show, so I booked not over way are doing no such thing. I am doing a new show that discusses famous historical events, and you are staying far, far away from it. You what you're talking about. You need me. The graphics guy only speaks orange. What? Go ahead, Try. Okay. Today's episode is about the moon landing. See? Now, watch this. Today's episode is about Thanks for the moon effects graphics guy there out of this world. Okay, whatever. Let's just do this thing. Yeah. Hi. In the year 1969 NASA's Apollo 11 mission successfully put a man on the moon. Little known fact. They also sent an orange to the moon. You know, you have never been to the moon, dude. Then why did my teachers say that? I'm such a space cadet? All right. Neil Armstrong was the first man to step foot on the moon, and Neil Armless was the first orange to step. What list? On the moon Orange? Stop ruining history. It's not my fault. Boring old history could use a little disaster. When he stepped onto the moon, Neil Armstrong uttered the famous words. That's one small step for man, One giant leap for mankind. And then he discovered aliens. No, Eddie blew up an asteroid headed for Earth with a nuclear black, no hay planted an American flag, hopped around the moon surface event and then went home. What? Okay, let's head. It needs some work. Rewrite time. We need drug beta or night spaceship storage. There is no rewriting to be done. This is history. This is what happened. And we have a responsibility to tell it the way it happened. Now, would you please go away and let me host this show alone? But if I'm not here, who's gonna take the episode off the rails and decimate the educational value? No. One. That's the point. Yes, that's the point. No, that's the point. Uh, everyone pair here. Although I hope Orange won't be joining us. I imagine he will be just in time to welcome us all Thio, Little help hair. Don't leave a brother hanging. Anyway, today we're learning about Area 51. 0, really? That plays with the aliens. Allegedly? Yes. What a winky Dink. I'm storming area 51 with a bunch of people from the Internet in a few weeks. Yeah. I should have guessed you'd be a part of that. Anyway, let's get started. Area 51 is Ah, highly classified U S Air Force facility in the middle of the Nevada desert. It's so top secret. The CIA didn't even acknowledge it existed until a few years ago. Right there. This video is where you here may. You're getting too close to the truth. Dude, I know you're not a CIA agent. I know it's you orange. I'd stop May I mean, it's not orange ways are dude, your voice gives you away big time. My voice gave me away. That's so annoying. You have no idea. Anyway, back in the fifties, the CIA begin testing secretive spy planes out of the area. One facilities around that exact same time. Locals begin to report seeing unidentified flying objects otherwise known as UFO. Stop right there. This video is over. You hear me? You're getting too close to the truth. Really? Orange this again. You know what you're talking about. I want to get a milkshake. Who's this guy? Oh, my gosh, it's you. We got a code orange. I repeat, code orange opening. What is the meaning of this? Well, well, well. If it isn't the annoying orange. A little bird told us you were planning on storming area 51 along with half the Internet. Wow, You could talk to birds. That's pretty tweet short. Here's the deal. We can't have thousands of people descending upon Area 51 poking around and learning things about stuff. So you have a choice. Either read this prepared message into the camera or we lock you up in area 51 you never see the light of day again. You mean that won't be able to see my best friend pair ever again. That's right. Just think how terrible that would be. Personally, I could see some upsides. Okay, I'll read the statement. I'll do what you want. I'll tell the Internet. I'm not gonna swarm Area 51. 0, that's not what I want you to say. We want you to tell them that you are swarming area 51? Yeah. We figure if people find out you're gonna be there, then no one will actually show up. I I don't understand. I dio trust me, kid. Just read the lines and everything will turn out fine. Okay, people on the internet by the annoying orange will be present at the bum rush of area 51. Come to Nevada and gather in large numbers. If you would like to be subjected to my laugh now do the laugh. Yeah, nice as well as my burps. Motorboats, Nan? Yes, And my terrible pines. Hey, they're not terrible. Yes, they are. Now read the pun in the script. Won't you join me in swarming area 51? I promise we'll have the zest time. Yeah, OK, that was actually pretty good. All right, we'll let you do the trick. Nobody's gonna show up to Area 51 now. Orange. The CIA thanks you for your help. And, um, Mr whatever your name is. That's agent. Whatever your name is to you. Okay? You seem to be leaking green goo. Oh, did you have an accident? No, it's okay. Everyone has accidents Sometimes. I did not have an accident way. Wow. Uh huh. Okay. Awesome. No sign of orange anywhere. Welcome, everyone. Today we're learning the Oregon Trail. A 2000 mile covered wagon route that stretched from Missouri over the Rocky Mountain Way to my eyeball, please. E said you wouldn't interrupt today's episode. What can I say? I just can't help but to be around. Oh, Orange. Do you even know anything about the Oregon Trail? Of course. I used to play that computer game all the time. Back in the day. Oh, dear. Saddle left first. I'm annoying history. What do you do? In the mid 18 hundreds, the Oregon Trail was used by about 400,000 people looking to make the long journey out west. Oh, yeah, I feel a silver long. We're talking 20 maybe 30 minutes, depending on your typing speed. What? Sometimes if I took a long time thinking up funny names for everyone in my party, I wouldn't even finish before computer class ended. Dude, forget 30 minutes. The rial Oregon Trail could take up to six months. Wow, That's a really long time. They must have come up with some really hilarious names. The funniest name I ever came up with was McGillicuddy MK bug. But yeah, it really put on his gravestone. Very well. Poor McGillicuddy, MK. But But his name got kind of McGillicuddy. Macoute cut, uh, measles plus cholera plus snakebite. On top of it all, he never stood a chance. Yeah. Don't make light of what those settlers went through. The Oregon Trail was hard and super dangerous. Totally danger was everywhere. Dysentery was a huge problem. You get pretty much bank on at least one person in your group getting it. And there was also the constant danger that your computer might get shut up and you lose all your game progress. Holy moly. Try to focus. We're talking about the actual Oregon Trail. Okay, for sure. Trail itself was kind of hard to make out a certain point. Then again, all the graphics are pretty shoddy. Dude, I'm talking about stuff that happened a super long time ago. I know this game is so old. You wouldn't believe it. It literally came on a poppy death. Oh, there. You don't look very happy. I hope you don't have dysentery. Quick, Pick up something funny for your tombs down. Can we get back toe learning already. Okay. I mean, that's not really very funny, but at least it That's OK. So the Oregon Trail was used heavily up until 18 69 when the Trans Continent the railroad was completed. So people stopped making the trek in covered wagons, which was fine because the traveling where was super boring. Anyway, what's their trains? Everybody just spent all their money on bullets and went hunting all day long. Thin Oregon Trail is very, very important to American history. It's a huge reason why so many people live in the Western United States to this day. I don't see how you could just sit here and make yolks. Oh, stop making bad jokes. This is exactly what I'm talking about. No yolks. Uh oh. Well, that's weird. Seems some of the oxen must have gotten loose it. Hey, everyone, welcome to another installment. 30 dude, you just about gave me a heart attack. Now I could tell you are really floored. Well, today we're learning about the black death. Lou sounds super scary. It waas. It was a terrible disease in the late Middle Ages, also known as the bubonic plague. Bubonic plague Corange are you saying that word? Because you think it's funny you wouldn't be laughing if you saw it in action. Dude, the black death killed one out of every three people in Europe in those days. Possibly mawr. I've heard about this. All the people who ate moldy bread survived, right? Well, it's not that simple, But, yes, there's a theory that the mold Health Orange Yes, dude, that is so grow your just just cause I'm so happy Orange. Black death has been over for 600 years for God, you don't have to be afraid of it. Besides thes days, we have antibiotics and other medications that can stop the plague. Oh, so I don't have to eat this multi, Brad. No. Even if I kind of like it. Dude, if you're thinking for even one moment that I know that is so gross. Don't judge. May on there he goes like some kind of fungal written Pacman. Well, we know now that the bubonic plague is caused by a tiny little bacteria carried by fleas, small animals and also humans. E don't feel so good. You think I'm worried I might be coming down with the plague? Dude, you feel sick because you just ate a ridiculous amount of moldy bread. I That makes sense. Yeah.