This is the oldest recording of an American voice and the first-ever recording of a musical performance. Recorded by a Thomas Edison-invented phonograph in 1878, the audio recording (which lasts 78 seconds) is pretty much "as far back as we can go" in terms of the history of recorded sound.
When a clearly sane man couldn't convince his wife to line their home in tinfoil, he moved his most prized possessions into the garage.
I'm writing this from under the sofa. Because they're watching me, you know. The Feds. They are - I can feel it in my toenails, which haven't stopped tingling all day. And until I finish knitting my tinfoil bikini and matching peek-a-boo balaclava, I'm not leaving my hiding place. It might be different if I had $350,…