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  • 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.