Drunk History - Nikola Tesla (video)

I wonder how much more (and more accurate) detail this guy would get when sober. And how much less most other people would be able to say when sober....

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Ha, saw this a while ago. The best bit is at the very end where he just says "He was like Electric Jesus."

The best source of complete information about Tesla is his AUTOBIOGRAPHY!

By Mike Morgan (not verified) on 18 Apr 2010 #permalink